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Why Teaching Math Is So Hard

Why Teaching Math Is So Hard

Why Teaching Math Is So Hard. Dan Kennedy Baylor School. Teaching math is so hard because… Mathematics is not something you learn. Mathematics is something you do. This makes mathematics different from virtually every other subject in the traditional school curriculum.

By vera
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Lecture 3: Cascaded LTI systems, SFGs, and Stability…

Lecture 3: Cascaded LTI systems, SFGs, and Stability…

Lecture 3: Cascaded LTI systems, SFGs, and Stability…. Instructor: Dr. Gleb V. Tcheslavski Contact: gleb@ee.lamar.edu Office Hours: Room 2030 Class web site: http://ee.lamar.edu/gleb/dsp/index.htm. Cascaded LTI. y n. y n. v n. w n. x n. x n. (a). h 1,n.

By lawrencia
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Parallel Factor Analysis as an exploratory tool for wavelet transformed event related EEG Morten Mørup 1 , Lars Kai Hans

Parallel Factor Analysis as an exploratory tool for wavelet transformed event related EEG Morten Mørup 1 , Lars Kai Hans

# 669 M-AM. Parallel Factor Analysis as an exploratory tool for wavelet transformed event related EEG Morten Mørup 1 , Lars Kai Hansen 1 , Sidse M. Arnfred 2 1) Informatics and Mathematical Modeling, Technical University of Denmark e-mail: mm@imm.dtu.dk

By clemance
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Semantic Indexing with Typed Terms using Rapid Annotation

Semantic Indexing with Typed Terms using Rapid Annotation

Semantic Indexing with Typed Terms using Rapid Annotation. 16th of August 2005 TKE-05 Workshop on Semantic Indexing, Copenhagen. Chris Biemann University of Leipzig. Outline. The benefits of typed terms and relations Alleviating the ontology bottleneck Rapid annotation

By hadassah
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Modeling spatial structure from point samples

Modeling spatial structure from point samples

GIS in the Sciences ERTH 4750 (38031). Modeling spatial structure from point samples. Xiaogang (Marshall) Ma School of Science Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute Tuesday, Feb 26, 2013. Review of last week’s lecture. Spatial structure: point distribution, postplots , quantile plots

By shen
(143 views)

Top-quark physics ─ Theoretical issues ─

Top-quark physics ─ Theoretical issues ─

Top-quark physics ─ Theoretical issues ─. Rencontre de Blois, 20.05.2014. Peter Uwer. GK1504. Outline. Motivation and introduction Issues: - Charge asymmetry - Top-quark mass 3. Conclusion. Introduction: Why are we interested in top-quarks.

By asha
(131 views)

Working Group C: Hadronic Final States

Working Group C: Hadronic Final States

David Milstead. The University of Liverpool. Working Group C: Hadronic Final States. 27 experiment and 11 theory contributions. Review of Experiments. Progress in npQCD ?. Power corrections Pentaquarks Hadronisation universality Colour reconnections. A few questions.

By quana
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Pion nucleon interaction

Pion nucleon interaction

Pion nucleon interaction. Pion nucleon ( π N ) interaction is an example for the application of an effective field theory ( EFT) here: chiral perturbation theory Χ PT in its twofold meaning: It deals with mesons and baryons instead of quarks It is effective in the sense of being efficient

By neith
(158 views)

Constraints on higher orders using Sco X-1

Constraints on higher orders using Sco X-1

Constraints on higher orders using Sco X-1. S3. S1. S2. S4. S5. HEG -orders. MEG + orders. Norbert S. Schulz & David P. Huenemoerder. MEG 2nd order, wabs+plaw, index=-1.2, log NH = 21.3. MEG 4th order, wabs+plaw, index=-1.2, log NH = 21.3.

By chars
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