Using Claude-Instant, getting it to describe standard academic papers in mathematical terms using this chart:
Here are some examples of how standard school papers might be described using mathematical terms:
Research Paper –> Object Collection Project: This project involved collecting a set of scholarly sources related to my research topic and analyzing the commonalities within the class of literature.
Book Report –> Function Composition Narrative: This report examined how the plot progressed through a compositional sequence of subsections, each transforming the narrative state into a new initial condition for the following subsection.
Biography –> Transformation Group Biography: This biography explored the life of the subject as a series of state changes induced by group actions modeling important events, relationships and situations that acted as transformations moving the narrative through temporal and situational space.
Argumentative Essay –> First-Order Logic Proof: This essay took the form of a logical proof, beginning with axiomatic premise statements and developing a theorem through a series of deductive steps relying on inference rules of propositional and predicate calculus.
Comparison Paper –> Bijective Analysis: This paper conducted a bijective analysis of two analogous phenomena, constructs or theories, demonstrating their structural isomorphism through an explicit bijective correspondence between their defining properties.