Stochastic processes is what I find most interesting, along with their underlying math related subjects such as probability, statistics, combinatorics, information theory, signal processing, and physics.
I love books, and enjoy the art of creating them. My brother Stefan. and I have written several. I'm interested in new ways of creating books, and presenting information.
You can follow our work at our blog Abrazolica, and at Exstrom.com.
I am a physicist by training, and in my previous work have taken part in research with my brother Stefan on lattice Green functions, electromagnetic modeling, development of software for electronic band structure calculations, NMR signal processing, data analysis, magnetic field measurement circuits, data acquisition circuits, and RF circuits for an NMR spectrometer. We are authors of the book Signals from the Subatomic World: How to Build a Proton Precession Magnetometer.
Here is an outdated list of books I've read, with comments.
J. Richard Hollos
richard[AT]exstrom DOT com