Yiannis GalidakisAgricultural University of Athens · Laboratory of Mathematics and Theoretical Mechanics
Garbage math collector & mayhem coordinator
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Yiannis Galidakis currently works at the Division of Informatics, Mathematics and Statistics, Agricultural University of Athens. Yiannis does research in Geometry and Topology, Applied Mathematics and Complex Analysis.
September 1999 - July 2005
- Contracted CS assistant and Maple programmer
- Contracted researcher for applications of Analysis to Maple Mathematics for EU program Mathematics for 2000 and LaTeX/Windows consultant
September 1994 - March 1997
Rainbow Computer S.A. (Apple authorized distributor Greece/Cyprus)
- Macintosh Programmer
- Locale dependent software & driver programming for MacOS 7.5-9.
Some lamp engineering calculations with Maple, simlulating the emission spectra of the elements and some popular lamps, with results that agree with the major lamp company manufacturers and engineers. Latest version improves a bit on the math behind high temp discharges, giving a more accurate discharge lamp spectral profil, agreeing with establish...
Recently translated father's 1968 Ph.D. Thesis, appears to be related to Hilbert's Problem #21, in the context of Theory of Elasticity using Complex Variables. The Hilbert kernel is stressed on various points and a complete solution for its elastic profile is given up to compromise. The crack is described using analytic functions.
In this article we use the HW maps to solve arbitrary equations , 0 = f by providing an effective enumeration of the roots of f, as these project on and at the branches of the HW maps. This is just an enumeration of the projection points (roots) of a pin-line on the Riemann surface of f through HW.
In this article we use the HW maps to solve arbitrary equations f=0, by providing an effective enumeration of the roots of f, as these project on and at the branches of the HW maps. This is just an enumeration of the projection points (roots) of a pin-line on the Riemann surface of f through HW.
I need some help figuring out if this can be humanly played in any piano, harpsichord or ideally Church Organ, with manual regs & pedal. For these, the original score needs to be re-edited with MuseScore & re-printed to reflect execution details, such as setting manual registers, pedal, etc.
Can this be played by a human on an pedal organ? It doesn't look doable on plain keyboard instruments such as piano or harpsichord. if anyone's interested in determining this, just download the score and listen to the executable .mp3 which it links to.
Tried inputing it into VC, but score is for one staff, two hands & it leaks on bass. Tried it on MuseScore, but I can't seem to be able to arrange score for manual Organ with pedal.
Optical Electronic Video Feedback Loopback Oscillator as a model for broadcasting various signals with selected Harmonics in controlled and uncontrolled fusion plasma reactors
Video implement of Simple Harmonic Oscillator displaying relativistic time interference on user. WARNING: Time Travel possible. Use with Caution.
Happenstance of stable plasma flowing through EM toroidal fusion reactor oscillator. Perturbed slightly using a red pointer laser does not affect overall stability of reaction.
Rotational/Zooming control in OELFO controlled fusion numerical plasma reaction, displaying harmonics for closed (stable) and open (meta-stable) reactions in SHO torus communicant
Cantor Bouquets as they result from iterating the exponential function. article analyzing the topology and Maple code for producing the resultant pictures. Thesis submitted in the Mathematics dept. at the Agricultural University of Athens in 2019. Revision submitted in 2020.
In this article we use the $\HW$ maps to solve arbitrary equations $f=0$, by providing an effective enumeration of the roots of $f$, as these project on and at the branches of the $\HW$ maps. This is just an enumeration of the projection points (roots) of a pin-line on the Riemann surface of $f$ through $\HW$.
Same description as that for the Greek version of the thesis, except in English for help with International Researchers. Cantor Bouquets are exponentially powered Cracks that move unpredictably on the Hilbert Kernel. Analytic profil of the topology in the Complex Plane of the iterated exponential map, with companion Maple code which shows Fatou and...
Practical mechanical design of ice cream lens type with original semi-automatic nuclear weaponry.
The hyper-Lambert functions have been used recently as aids in solving the problem of determining the periodic domains of iterated exponential convergence. The purpose of this article is to show how these functions can additionally be used to solve algebraically an infinite class of unsolvable transcendental equations, an infinite class of unsolvab...
An explicit solution of the Kepler equation is expressed in terms of the Lambert hyperfunction. Calculation of this function, for example, by making use of the Maple software package, enables one to efficiently obtain the numerical solution of the Kepler equation.
In this article we extend Lambert's W function in the space of quaternions, calculate the norm of the quaternion W function, and derive formulas for the left and right quaternion derivatives for f(z)=cz . We also examine the contractivity for the iterates of f in the space of quaternions with the help of the quaternion W function, and generalize th...
In this article we solve the first and second real auxiliary exponential equations using Lambert's W function. We exhibit a class of functions which extend W. We solve analytically the first, second and p-th complex auxiliary exponential equations using these functions, and give an analytic characterization of the domains of periodic points of orde...
In this article we survey the basic results concerning the convergence of Infinite Exponentials; we use Lambert's W function to show convergence for the real and complex cases in a more elegant way and prove several incidental results about Infinite Exponentials. We also show how to extend analytically the Infinite Exponential function over the com...
... along with Nikolaos I. Ioakimidis
doc. cand. AUA,
4 nomination votes, please see @.
@kissMyASSinger you traitorous joo-ish piece of sc*t.
This Famous "man" took advantage of my Father's absence, due to being hunted down by Mossad agents by a traitorous government, and in 1976, with the assistance of my Father's ex-advisor "theoCaris", copied, altered, plagiarized, and generally f*cked-up the results of my Father's Ph.D. Thesis at NTUA by publishing a grand turd on Elsevier, and just about 300 more respectable articles on the same subject making a fortune, while my Father was gone.
More details on the footnotes in:
(Requiem Aeternam for) The Titan of Χάος (ingalidakis.com)
Good luck getting rid of him, ResearchGate. It'd be better if the old fool was already dead by the time I give him a call about his Grant Theft/Larceny and Intellectual Copyright infringement, which made him a career out of being a famous copyright and plagiarist thief galore.
And btw, my Father's Ph.D. can be used to construct a nuke, in case you didn't notice.
Άει ΓΑΜΗΣΟΥ σκατόγερε βρωμοκλεφταρΆ, απατεΏνα, πεινάλα για όμορφες γκομενίτσες, μέσω διανοητικής απάτης και κλεψιάς. Καλή τύχη και μη χεστείς πάνω σου όταν σε τσακώσω στα δικαστήρια.
Got a closed form Rectangular & Polar for the ice cream cone charaxis problem using Baratol. Need to know if the dec specs given in article allow for feasible machining of the Baratol cones, using any usuable grinder. Thanks.
Staph infection is periodic with minimum period 2 (contact=1) and maximum any k x in N. If you clear it at x, then it transfers at previous y. If there's no previous y, then it transfers at visual, using the elemental spreading. If you clear all body x and visual y, re-infection will occur upon exit from induced or general anaesthesia from strong antibiotics. One therefore needs a reading aid, which clears it visually, using the appropriate freq for safe reading and visual disinfection. A quick general comparison appears to point out that the closest to helping is Actinic radiation @365nm found in High Pressure Mercury Vapor Lamps. Depending on output filtering, the radiation from HPMVLs may range from space gemicidal (but skin/eye carcinogenic), to relatively safe mild Actinic for general reading and illumination. The best compromise seems to be the Fluorescent Coated High Pressure Merc Vapor lamp, which is also fairly good for plant growth. Has anyone been able to create a textual visual aid reading which under such light, may hold the infection for some finite amount of time? The best I have found so far, is my dad's Ph.D. Thesis, read under such Light. Thanks much.
Subsegments of thesis which were not published before are published separately. Requirement of the dept. of Mathematics to help with supporting the thesis. The published segments will be cited in the revised thesis as references.