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Real Life Problem Solving in Eighth Grade
, 2009
"... In this action research study of my classroom of eighth grade PreAlgebra, I investigated how student understanding and achievement were affected when the lessons were centered around reallife problem solving when the students had input on the problems used through the use of mathematical journals. ..."
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In this action research study of my classroom of eighth grade PreAlgebra, I investigated how student understanding and achievement were affected when the lessons were centered around reallife problem solving when the students had input on the problems used through the use of mathematical journals
Reallife Problems and Industrial Statistics
"... Modern quality theory started in the Twenties when mass production was introduced in industry. In its development three phases can be distinguished, which can be characterized by: Quality by Inspection, Quality by Process Control and Quality by Design. In this paper we give a survey of the ..."
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Modern quality theory started in the Twenties when mass production was introduced in industry. In its development three phases can be distinguished, which can be characterized by: Quality by Inspection, Quality by Process Control and Quality by Design. In this paper we give a survey of the
H.: Multiple meanings of ergodicity in real life problems. In
 Proceedings of the 5th Workshop on Mathematical Modelling of Environmental and Life Sciences
, 2007
"... Ergodic properties such as convergence of time averages, for dynamical systems and stochastic processes, convergence of space averages, for random fields, and selfaveraging are often assumed in stochastic modeling of transport in heterogeneous media. However no general theory has been provided so ..."
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Ergodic properties such as convergence of time averages, for dynamical systems and stochastic processes, convergence of space averages, for random fields, and selfaveraging are often assumed in stochastic modeling of transport in heterogeneous media. However no general theory has been provided so far which ensures the reliability of the stochastic model from ergodic assumptions. We propose instead an operational concept, ‘ergodicity in the large sense”, which assesses the validity of the model by mean square deviations of actual observables from theoretical predictions. This approach is mainly useful for elaborated models such as the macrodispersion (upscaled) process or the memoryfree dispersion, which do not consist of predefined random functions. After a short review on ergodicity issue, we investigate numerically the ergodicity in the large sense with respect to a memoryfree dispersion derived from an approximate solution of the Ito ̂ equation. We find that the ergodicity strongly depends on initial conditions and the transport shows significant memoryeffects for large anisotropic supports of the initial concentration. 1
Art of Formulating LPs and IPs from Real Life Problems
, 2012
"... Formulation of LPs and IPs is a technique to convert real life decision problems into a mathematical model. This model consists of a linear objective function and a set of linear constraints expressed in the form of a system of equations or inequalities. In this paper, we present formulation from re ..."
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Formulation of LPs and IPs is a technique to convert real life decision problems into a mathematical model. This model consists of a linear objective function and a set of linear constraints expressed in the form of a system of equations or inequalities. In this paper, we present formulation from
Extrapolation Methods: a tool for accelerating real life problems
"... The mathematical model P of a real life problem is, typically, a set of complicated nonlinear differential equations. The corresponding numerical solution is obtained solving iteratively a, possible, infinite sequence of simpler non linear problems Pi, i = 1, 2, · · · which approximate better and ..."
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The mathematical model P of a real life problem is, typically, a set of complicated nonlinear differential equations. The corresponding numerical solution is obtained solving iteratively a, possible, infinite sequence of simpler non linear problems Pi, i = 1, 2, · · · which approximate better
Case/reallife problembased learning with information system projects
 Journal of Information Technology Education
, 2003
"... & Design or supervising senior Information System Application Projects, one can easily spot students ' difficulties in applying what they have learned in one course to a different course or a project; there is large gap between knowing and doing. Ewell (1997) emphasizes that direct experien ..."
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to select their own reallife project. Group projects assigned to teams provide the proper context and stimulus for learning. Interpersonal work relations, group dynamics, information gathering, presenting project proposals, and documenting their accomplishments in the form of system documentation that also
Use of Comsol Multiphysics in Undergraduate Research Projects to Solve Reallife Problems
"... This paper shows how undergraduates are introduced to computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in research projects. The students first solve problems in their textbook, then solve extensions to them (i.e. they remove assumptions). Then they solve a simple version of their ultimate problem to learn how to ..."
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This paper shows how undergraduates are introduced to computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in research projects. The students first solve problems in their textbook, then solve extensions to them (i.e. they remove assumptions). Then they solve a simple version of their ultimate problem to learn how
The potential of parallel multivalue methods for the simulation of large reallife problems
 CWI Quarterly
"... Potential advantages and drawbacks of multivalue methods are discussed in detail. This presentation leads in a natural way to the denition and the construction of DiagonallyImplicit MultiStage Integration Methods (DIMSIMs). In particular, it is shown that DIMSIMs should be soon eciently implemen ..."
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Potential advantages and drawbacks of multivalue methods are discussed in detail. This presentation leads in a natural way to the denition and the construction of DiagonallyImplicit MultiStage Integration Methods (DIMSIMs). In particular, it is shown that DIMSIMs should be soon eciently implemented in a parallel environment. 1.
Simulating RealLife Problems in Secondary Science Class A Socioscientific Issue Carried through by an Augmented Reality Simulation
"... paper has been peerreviewed but does not include the final publisher proofcorrections or journal pagination. Citation for the published paper: Lundblad, Thomas; Malmberg, Claes; Areskoug, Mats; Jönsson, Per. (2012). Simulating reallife problems in secondary science class: a socioscientific issu ..."
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paper has been peerreviewed but does not include the final publisher proofcorrections or journal pagination. Citation for the published paper: Lundblad, Thomas; Malmberg, Claes; Areskoug, Mats; Jönsson, Per. (2012). Simulating reallife problems in secondary science class: a socio
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