Mind games: Cracking code in maths and languages

Benjamin D Goddard, Francesca Iezzi, Pavel Iosad, Will Reynolds, Graeme Trousdale

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Abstract / Description of output

Mathematics is widely acknowledged as the foundation of learning in the sciences, but there are many other areas of knowledge where the ability to think like a mathematician may be helpful. Conversely, developing skills in an apparently radically different subject area may enhance a student’s mathematical ability. In this article, we report on a new project at the University of Edinburgh which is looking at connections between mathematics and the structure of languages.
Original languageEnglish
Specialist publicationScottish Mathematical Council Journal
PublisherThe Scottish Mathematical Council
Publication statusPublished - Dec 2022


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