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Ravens interior lineman John Urschel describes himself as a mathlete, and he showed just how apt a title that is with the publication of an academic paper he co-authored in the Journal of Computational Mathematics.

By Extra Mustard
March 18, 2015

Ravens interior lineman John Urschel describes himself as a mathlete, and he showed just how apt a title that is with the publication of an academic paper he co-authored in the Journal of Computational Mathematics.

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Urschel's paper is titled "A Cascadic Multigrid Algorithim for Computing the Fiedler Vector," which definitely makes sense to mathematicians. 

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The paper is available to be read online here, if you love computational mathemeatics, or if you just want to get a sense of how much smarter than the rest of us John Urschel is.

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