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Andrius Kulikauskas
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Andrius Kulikauskas: Here are my research priorities.
Research priorities
Wondrous Wisdom
 I keep trying to understand the unfolding of the big picture, in Lithuanian.
 I want to understand the science of love as a framework for that unfolding from the Indefinite to the Definite to the Imagineable to the Unimagineable.
 I want to understand the relationship between God's four investigations (as 24fold sciences) and our investigations (as 8fold reservations).
 I am improving my understanding of the meaning of life.
 I want to understand the dynamics of human experience in terms of three languages: argumentation (how things come to matter), verbalization (how meaning arises) and narration (how events happen).
 Study the truths of the heart and the world to understand how meaning arises.
 Study chess games for how issues come to matter.
 Study the mathematical concepts in the Mathematical Companion to understand how meaning arises.
 I want to relate the houses of knowledge (ways of figuring things out) in various disciplines related to life, including biology, chemistry, microbiology, ecotechnology, mathematics, as well as for various personalities.
Language of wisdom
 I am proposing to write an article presenting my 3x8 theory of consciousness.
 I will study topics covered in Philosophy and Mind Sciences.
 I am collecting and sorting examples of conceptual structures.
 I am studying the history of the problems with introspection.
 I will overview existing theories of consciousness.
Bott Periodicity
 Study Dale Husemoller, Fibre Bundles, to understand how to calculate the homotopy groups from the Clifford modules.
 Study Stone, Chiu, Roy to understand how to calculate the embeddings of Lie groups and how that relates to CPT symmetry.
 Study the relationship between CPT symmetry and random matrices.
 Understand John Baez's exposition of symmetric spaces in terms of forgetful functors.
 Understand the loop space  suspension adjunction.
Mathematical physics
 Work out a physical interpretation of the combinatorics of orthogonal Sheffer polynomials for a new understanding of Schroedinger's equation with the hope of applying that further to quantum field theory.
 Write up and publish a video of my current understanding: A Combinatorial Alternative to the Wave Function
 Divide up the understanding I seek into elements and related problems, organize them and note for each element and each problem the progress, if any, that I have made.
 Understand the Kim Zeng involution.
 Understand the polynomial coefficients
 Reinterpret the trees in terms of particle clocks.
 Interpret {$A(t), u(t)$} and {$u'(t)$} in terms of the combinatorics. Figure out how to calculate these series.
 Consider what momentum {$\hat p=i\hbar\frac{\partial}{\partial x}$} and expected momentum would mean combinatorially in the case of the quantum harmonic oscillator
 Understand the quantum narrative in terms of the combinatorics of the moments.
 Given the recurrence formula, write out the definitions of the five polynomials.
 Given the polynomials, understand the moments in terms of combinatorial objects.
 I want to understand if the Meixner polynomials relate at all with the ordered Bell numbers.
 Relate the combinatorial objects which express the moments with Zeng's formula for the moments in terms of permutations.
 I want to compare the expression of the moments of the Meixner polynomials in terms of permutations (by Kim and Zeng) with the expression for the moments of the orthogonal Sheffer polynomials, and also with the generating function for the moments of the Meixner polynomials.
 I want to understand how the moments transform as we go from the Meixner to the Charlier, Laguerre, Hermite and MeixnerPollaczek polynomials.
 Give a combinatorial interpretation of the definite integral of the square of the wave function (the product {$P_n(x)P_n(x)$}) from {$x$} to {$x+\delta$}.
 Write out Meixner's proof of the classification of the orthogonal Sheffer polynomials.
 I am trying to understand how to calculate a nice and meaningful expression for {$A(t)$} as I do for {$u(t)$}.
 I want to understand how the associated distributions likewise transform as we proceed from the Meixner to the other polynomials.
 I want to understand how these moments ground the distribution associated with the Meixner polynomials.
 I want to understand how to use complex integration to get the distribution for the Laguerre polynomials.
 I want to understand how to get the distribution of the MeixnerPollaczek polynomials.
Geometry
 Overview the geometrical concepts, branches presented in the Math Companion
 Consider how they fit within the entirety of mathematics
 Identify key perspectives on geometrical thinking
 Compare those key perspectives across eight layers of geometry
Organize my learning paths
 Start by mapping out my interests related to geometry
 Map out all of my interests in math
 List the relevant math structures for me to understand and why
 Make a diagram relating these structures
 Add links to related math that would help me understand
 Improve my existing map of branches of mathematics
 Consider how my map of interests relates to the map of all of math
Peacemaking
From before
My key wiki pages for learning, studying, investigating math
 Connections in math with the cognitive frameworks of Wondrous Wisdom (up to 2021)
 Math big picture My efforts to understand all of math
 The purpose of math Understand what distinguishes math from other languages and disciplines.
 Math discovery Uncover the system by which things are figured out in mathematics.
 Map of math Show how math unfolds, how its various branches and concepts arise.
 Math Companion Organize concepts from The Princeton Companion to Mathematics.
 Basic math Formulate and appreciate the most basic mathematical principles.
 Implicit math Understand the metaphysical roots of math as a cognitive language that we experience.
 Math dimensions Distinguish and investigate the many dimensions of math, such as beauty, history, education, insight, learning, humanity.
 My research interests in math from 2020, from 2019 and from 2018.
 Math I want to learn
