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How I Go About Learning a New Idea

The Art of Learning New Things Quickly

Since I started working on my Ph.D., there were a lot of algorithms that crossed my path — algorithms based on mathematical principles. And these principles need to be understood to implement these algorithms successfully.

One of the more recent algorithms I had to internalize and implement is the Gauß-Lobatto Quadrature.

How I went about understanding this new concept quickly, I want to document in this blog.




Let’s discover the beauty and magic of engineering, one blog at a time.

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