Neural Networks Artificial Intelligence Collective Intelligence Swarm Intelligence Data Mining Pattern Recognition All the links above are generated using the trick to ask google scholar something like “book [topic]” where [topic] is the topic you are interested in.
General Relativity (GR) is a classical field theory (whatever that means, could be something like Electrodynamics or something like Fluiddynamics) There is no gravitational force. Principle of Mach: The distribution of matter and energy defines the geometry of space-time Principle of Equivalence: Acceleration = homogenous (in time and space) gravitational field; Principle of Covariance: All coordinate systems are equal.
Lithium metal-air batteries can store a tremendous amount of energy–in theory, more than 5,000 watt-hours per kilogram. That’s more than ten-times as much as today’s high-performance lithium-ion batteries, and more than another class of energy-storage devices: fuel cells.
Bibliography Christopher Eling (2008) : Hydrodynamics of spacetime and vacuum viscosity Christopher Eling et al. (2006) : Non-equilibrium Thermodynamics of Spacetime Ted Jacobson (1995) : Thermodynamics of Spacetime: The Einstein Equation of State
SQL Graphs in the database: SQL meets social networks – techPortal Working with Graphs in MySQL Graph database Social networks in the database: using a graph database Neo4j - a Graph Database that Kicks Buttox Large-scale Graph Computing at Google
Cherenkov Radiation is a very interesting phenomenom. Recently I asked myself, if such a phenomenom allso exists for gravity in the sense, that if a particle moves faster than the speed of gravity in a medium, it should radiate gravitational cherenkov radiation.