# Gnomon algorithm

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The **Gnomon algorithm** is a family of mathematical functions (nonfiction) which convert computation (nonfiction) into force (nonfiction).

Mathematicians use Gnomon algorithm functions for a variety of purposes:

- Detecting and preventing crimes against mathematical constants
- Creating, managing, and deleting trandimensional corporations
- Participating in the Gnomon Chronicles
- Computational farming with diagramaceous soil
- Playing Fantasy Voronoi diagram
- Activating and controlling scrying engines
- Communicating with AESOP

## In the News

2017: Steganographic analysis of

*Green Spiral 9*unexpectedly reveals two terabytes of previously unknown Gnomon algorithm functions.Enrico Fermi discovers new form of Gnomon algorithm, uses it predict and prevent crimes against mathematical constants.

Charles Sanders Peirce invents new variety of Gnomon algorithm, anticipates future work by Ernst Schröder.

Guo Shoujing (nonfiction) studies the Pleiades, discovers new form of Gnomon algorithm.

Binary counter working overtime, looking forward to that big paycheck.

## Fiction cross-reference

- Crimes against mathematical constants
- Havelock
- Hollerith
- Mathematician
- Mathematics
- Scrying engine
- The Custodian
- Transdimensional corporation
- Watergate Scandal (virus) - a math virus which infiltrates and corrupts Gnomon algorithm functions in order to commit crimes against mathematical constants for political purposes.

## Nonfiction cross-reference

- Algorithm (nonfiction)
- Computation (nonfiction)
- Computational complexity theory (nonfiction)
- Computer science (nonfiction)
- Evil bit (nonfiction)
- Force (nonfiction)
- Gnomon (nonfiction)
- Gnomon algorithm (nonfiction)
- Mathematical function (nonfiction)
- Mathematics (nonfiction)
- Measurement (nonfiction)
- Pathological science (nonfiction)