My current science research (in pursue of Ph.D degree) is in field of mathematical physics. I am doing some cool stuff with representing the processes of explosion, filtration and electrochemistry as flows of ideal liquid. There are some hard-boiled math with Complex Complex-value functions. Project is a program in Haskell to be able to set initial parameters and get a schematic chart representing the final area and edges of process. Finding precise form of edges (coordinates of points at edges) is the current goal.
To make my work public I set up a project at GitHub. Just updated it with READMEs and such. You may look at draft theses in
article/ directory. They are in Russian, however. I plan to make an international version when there will be enough material.
Project is here: AFCALC at GitHub.
Here I, as usual, will record some useful commands for using Git to not forget them.
- To add files to index:
Directory names will be processed recursively.
git add <filenames>
- To remove files from index:
If filenames was removed outside of Git, I need to commit this change with
git rm <filenames>
git commit -a
- To sync my *master* branch with *origin* remote branch at GitHub:
Params to connect to remote branch are already configured in my git project.
git push origin master
- To record my changes to current (*master*) branch:
Git then requires me to write a description to commit.
- To show status of version controlling of AFCALC: