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Welcome to the PHAROS Library, a wiki for Pedagogic and Heuristic Approaches to Research (Online Sources)!
The main purpose is to gather, promote and produce material on research topics (mainly mathematical physics) which are as accessible and pedagogical as possible (see Criteria below) in an open access way.
In our researchers life, we encounter constantly concepts outside of our expertise and we wish to understand just the big idea. Why does the concept exist? For what is it used? In this library, you should get approximate answers to these questions.
We see this wiki as a place to put references giving a pleasant, visual and conceptual overview on research topics without entering into technical details.
In addition, we try to give for every concept a very short overview, a picture to have in mind, a slogan to remember.
The material we want to gather here should meet as many of the following criteria as possible:
This wiki is at its very beginning. If your favorite pedagogical introduction to a topic is missing, please feel free to add it in the library!
To edit a page, go to the page and click on “Modify”. To create a page, write the name of the concept in the search field (in the top right corner), and click on the proposed link to create the page. For more information, have a look at the tutorial of DokuWiki https://www.dokuwiki.org, in particular https://www.dokuwiki.org/page.
Ideally for a new concept, you add a document together with a short “slogan”, a short description and a picture or scheme. If you don't have time, then feel free to put only the document. You can add comments later or others will do.
Here are the last contributions:
For questions, suggestions and remarks, feel free to write an email to contact at pharos-library.com.