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Towards generality in modelling complex physical systems
C. P. McGann
|Statement||C.P. McGann, J.B. Grimson & D.P. Finn.|
|Series||Technical report (Trinity College Dublin. Department of Computer Science) -- 92-30.|
|Contributions||Grimson, J. B., Finn, D. P., Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of Computer Science.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||15|
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The. Complexity analysis and mathematical tools towards the modelling of living systems Section 6 deals with modelling and perspective ideas on applications of the theory to the modelling of complex systems where the velocity variable has no relevant physical meaning in the assessment of the state of the interacting particles.
Specifically, this Cited by: Professor Jane Grimson is a computer engineering graduate from the University of Dublin, Trinity College, and holds a Masters and Doctorate in Computer Science from the Universities of Toronto and Edinburgh, respectively.
and Finn, D.P., Towards generality in modelling complex physical systems, Dublin, Trinity College, Department of. Modelling a complex phenomenon is a means of knowledge implying that the epistemic function of the modelling task can vary to some degree from disciplinary context to another.
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First, for the sake of generality, numerical Cited by: Many findings from research as well as reports from teachers describe students’ problem solving strategies as manipulation of formulas by rote. The resulting dissatisfaction with quantitative physical textbook problems seems to influence the attitude towards the role of mathematics in physics education in general.
Mathematics is often seen as a tool for calculation which hinders a conceptual Cited by: A working definition of a complex system is that of an entity which is coherent in some recognizable way but whose elements, interactions, and dynamics generate structures admitting surprise and novelty which cannot be defined.
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