<b>Ada Unseen</b> // Invisible Ada
These poems are from a forthcoming book based on the life of Ada Lovelace. They combine mathematical theory with landscape through innovative poetic form. I have chosen two themes-wave function and will o' the wisp, both in terms of complex scientific theory and unpredictable natural phenomena. They are rooted in landscapes which are significant for Lovelace and in my own life.
Estos poemas son de un libro pendiente de publicación sobre la vida de Ada Lovelace. Combinan la teoría matemática con el paisaje en una innovadora forma poética. He escogido dos temas-función de onda y fuegos fatuos, ambos en términos de teoríca cinetífica compleja y de fenómenos naturales impredecibles. Están enraizados en paisajes que son significativos para Lovelace y para mi propia vida.
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