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Computing Methods in Applied Sciences and Engin...
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Sur Certains Aspects Qualitatifs de la Theorie des Equations aux Derivees Partielles.- Les Problems Mal Poses et les Problemes Mathematiques de Traitement Automatique de Resultats d'Experiences.- Iterative methods in numerical solution of differential equations.- Numerical methods for complementarity problems in engineering and applied science.- Optimisation non Differentiable: Methodes de Faisceaux.- Variable metric methods for constrained optimization.- Constant strain finite elements.- Computation of eddy currents on a surface in ?3 by finite element methods.- The club MODULEF.- Finite element analysis for stress intensity factors.- The sommerfeld (radiation) condition on infinite domains and its modelling in numerical procedures.- On the finite element approximation for evolution equations of parabolic type.- Special applications of Hamiltons's principle to structural dynamics.- Constructive methods for bifurcation and nonlinear eigenvalue problems.- Finite element approximations to bifurcation problems of turning point type.- On numerical deformation of singularities in nonlinear elasticity.- Numerical methods for free surface problems by means of penalty.- A family of model problems in plasticity.- The computational aspects of the homogenization problem.- Asymptotics for branching transport processes.- Numerical experiments of the homogenization method.- A homogenized multigroup diffusion theory for the neutron transport equation.- Estimation de Coefficients Homogenises.- Some applications of computational mathematics to medical problems.

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Directions in Safety-Critical Systems
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0 e This is the proceedings of the first annual symposium of the Safety-critical Systems Club (The Watershed Media Centre, Bristol, 9-11 February 1993), which provided a forum for exploring and discussing ways of achieving safety in computer systems to be used in safety-critical industrial applications. The book is divided into three parts, which correspond with the themes of the three days of the symposium. The first - Experience from Around Europe - brings together information on developments in safety-critical systems outside the UK. The second - Current Research - consists of papers on large projects within the UK, which involve collaboration between academia and industry, providing techniques and methods to enhance safety. The final part - Achieving and Evaluating Safety - explores how methods already in use in other domains may be applied to safety, and examines the relationships between safety and other attributes such as quality and security. The papers identify the current problems and issues of interest in the field of safety-critical software-based systems, and provide valuable up-to-date material for those in both academia and industry. The academic will benefit from information about current research complimentary to his own, and the industrialist will learn of the technologies which will soon be available and where to find them.

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Does pupil use of ICT increase attainment in MFL?
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Master's Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Pedagogy - The Teacher, Educational Leadership, grade: none, , course: Advanced Educational Practice, language: English, abstract: ...The English government, despite no longer making languages compulsory, still rates language learning as an important part of education by including it in the seven domains of subjects required for the EBacc certificate (Parliament records, NA). Despite common belief only 6% of the world's population speak English as a first language and 75% of the world's population do not speak any English at all. This is also reflected on the languages used on the internet where only 51% are in English. 'Chinese has almost caught up with English and Russian and Spanish are increasingly prominent' (Languages work, NA)... Despite all these arguments the majority of pupils still rate other subjects, including maths and science as more important for their future even though they do not find them necessarily easy (Stables, 1999). The promotion of language learning forms part of my position as an MFL teacher and I have previously tried to engage pupils in activities like a lunchtime handball club where they had to use German expressions to communicate with each other. I have spent time pointing out to my students why I personally think it is important to learn languages and listing reasons given by Languages Work and other organisations. I often find that their parents have great influence on their opinion and attitude to learning. Governmental guidelines, EU policies and my own biography clearly outline the importance of language skills. I cannot change the pupils' view immediately and maybe never will and have therefore decided to combine the seemingly popular subject ICT with MFL to research if this can increase pupils' motivation towards MFL. On the other hand pupils regard ICT as a necessity and so do their parents which increase their willingness to attend an ICT lesson as they can see its needs. Computer games are popular and the majority of pupils can be classified as 'Digital Natives' as Marc Prensky calls the current generation of pupils. According to his research a college graduate will have spent an average of only 5,000 hours reading, 'but over 10,000 hours playing video games (not to mention 20,000 hours watching TV) (Prensky, 2001, p1). 'Computer games, email, the Internet, cell phones and instant messaging are integral parts of their lives' which makes it easy to convince pupils that learning about ICT is a necessity (Prensky, 2001, p1)...

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Directions in Safety-Critical Systems
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0 e This is the proceedings of the first annual symposium of the Safety-critical Systems Club (The Watershed Media Centre, Bristol, 9-11 February 1993), which provided a forum for exploring and discussing ways of achieving safety in computer systems to be used in safety-critical industrial applications. The book is divided into three parts, which correspond with the themes of the three days of the symposium. The first - Experience from Around Europe - brings together information on developments in safety-critical systems outside the UK. The second - Current Research - consists of papers on large projects within the UK, which involve collaboration between academia and industry, providing techniques and methods to enhance safety. The final part - Achieving and Evaluating Safety - explores how methods already in use in other domains may be applied to safety, and examines the relationships between safety and other attributes such as quality and security. The papers identify the current problems and issues of interest in the field of safety-critical software-based systems, and provide valuable up-to-date material for those in both academia and industry. The academic will benefit from information about current research complimentary to his own, and the industrialist will learn of the technologies which will soon be available and where to find them.

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Does pupil use of ICT increase attainment in MFL?
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Master's Thesis from the year 2011 in the subject Pedagogy - The Teacher, Educational Leadership, grade: none, , course: Advanced Educational Practice, language: English, abstract: ...The English government, despite no longer making languages compulsory, still rates language learning as an important part of education by including it in the seven domains of subjects required for the EBacc certificate (Parliament records, NA). Despite common belief only 6% of the world's population speak English as a first language and 75% of the world's population do not speak any English at all. This is also reflected on the languages used on the internet where only 51% are in English. 'Chinese has almost caught up with English and Russian and Spanish are increasingly prominent' (Languages work, NA)... Despite all these arguments the majority of pupils still rate other subjects, including maths and science as more important for their future even though they do not find them necessarily easy (Stables, 1999). The promotion of language learning forms part of my position as an MFL teacher and I have previously tried to engage pupils in activities like a lunchtime handball club where they had to use German expressions to communicate with each other. I have spent time pointing out to my students why I personally think it is important to learn languages and listing reasons given by Languages Work and other organisations. I often find that their parents have great influence on their opinion and attitude to learning. Governmental guidelines, EU policies and my own biography clearly outline the importance of language skills. I cannot change the pupils' view immediately and maybe never will and have therefore decided to combine the seemingly popular subject ICT with MFL to research if this can increase pupils' motivation towards MFL. On the other hand pupils regard ICT as a necessity and so do their parents which increase their willingness to attend an ICT lesson as they can see its needs. Computer games are popular and the majority of pupils can be classified as 'Digital Natives' as Marc Prensky calls the current generation of pupils. According to his research a college graduate will have spent an average of only 5,000 hours reading, 'but over 10,000 hours playing video games (not to mention 20,000 hours watching TV) (Prensky, 2001, p1). 'Computer games, email, the Internet, cell phones and instant messaging are integral parts of their lives' which makes it easy to convince pupils that learning about ICT is a necessity (Prensky, 2001, p1)...

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Computing Methods in Applied Sciences and Engin...
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Sur Certains Aspects Qualitatifs de la Theorie des Equations aux Derivees Partielles.- Les Problems Mal Poses et les Problemes Mathematiques de Traitement Automatique de Resultats d'Experiences.- Iterative methods in numerical solution of differential equations.- Numerical methods for complementarity problems in engineering and applied science.- Optimisation non Differentiable: Methodes de Faisceaux.- Variable metric methods for constrained optimization.- Constant strain finite elements.- Computation of eddy currents on a surface in ?3 by finite element methods.- The club MODULEF.- Finite element analysis for stress intensity factors.- The sommerfeld (radiation) condition on infinite domains and its modelling in numerical procedures.- On the finite element approximation for evolution equations of parabolic type.- Special applications of Hamiltons's principle to structural dynamics.- Constructive methods for bifurcation and nonlinear eigenvalue problems.- Finite element approximations to bifurcation problems of turning point type.- On numerical deformation of singularities in nonlinear elasticity.- Numerical methods for free surface problems by means of penalty.- A family of model problems in plasticity.- The computational aspects of the homogenization problem.- Asymptotics for branching transport processes.- Numerical experiments of the homogenization method.- A homogenized multigroup diffusion theory for the neutron transport equation.- Estimation de Coefficients Homogenises.- Some applications of computational mathematics to medical problems.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 06.06.2020
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