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Analogical Reasoning with Typical Examples
 SEKI REPORT SR9213, FACHBEREICH INFORMATIK, UNIVERSITÄT DES SAARLANDES
, 1992
"... Typical examples, that is, examples that are representative for a particular situation or concept, play an important role in human knowledge representation and reasoning. In real life situations more often than not, instead of a lengthy abstract characterization, a typical example is used to describ ..."
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Typical examples, that is, examples that are representative for a particular situation or concept, play an important role in human knowledge representation and reasoning. In real life situations more often than not, instead of a lengthy abstract characterization, a typical example is used
Typical Examples of Supply Network Types
"... As supply chains get less linear and more “networked”, concepts and tools have to be adjusted. In this paper a concept for how to manage and, primarily, execute supply chain networks (Network Managed Supply, NMS) will be described, as well as experiences from implementation of a “replenishment contr ..."
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controlling system ” between multiple companies with different ERP systems (exemplified by the software PipeChain®). A telecommunications OEM case, an example of a dynamic supply network (Zheng et al, 2001), will be given. Supply networks and Network Managed Supply Dynamics in supply chains and distribution
The StructureMapping Engine: Algorithm and Examples
 Artificial Intelligence
, 1989
"... This paper describes the StructureMapping Engine (SME), a program for studying analogical processing. SME has been built to explore Gentner's Structuremapping theory of analogy, and provides a "tool kit" for constructing matching algorithms consistent with this theory. Its flexibili ..."
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, and demonstrate that most of the steps are polynomial, typically bounded by O (N 2 ). Next we demonstrate some examples of its operation taken from our cognitive simulation studies and work in machine learning. Finally, we compare SME to other analogy programs and discuss several areas for future work. This paper
EDUCATIONAL METHODS AS MATHEMATICAL AND PHYSICAL APPROACHES DEMONSTRATED WITH TYPICAL EXAMPLES
"... Abstract: Three typical examples with great relevance to practice are demonstrating that as well mathematics as physics must be used to solve problems and especially to gain closed solutions as necessary for application in practice. Therefore both methods have to be teached in measurement education ..."
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Abstract: Three typical examples with great relevance to practice are demonstrating that as well mathematics as physics must be used to solve problems and especially to gain closed solutions as necessary for application in practice. Therefore both methods have to be teached in measurement education
Conversion to organic farming: A typical example of the diffusion of an innovation? Sociologia Ruralis,
, 2003
"... T he adoption/diffusion model, developed in the United States by rural sociologists At first, the model appears ideally suited to the process of adoption of organic agriculture. However, some doubts arise if the background of the adoption research is considered. It was developed at the height of t ..."
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. If this is the case the model could help to improve the understanding of the diffusion of organic farming into the farming community and how this process can be supported, for example through organic farming information and advisory services. If this is not the case, the analysis might highlight potential weaknesses
A typical example of an ill–posed inverse problem is the inversion of Newton’s
, 2008
"... This paper provides an overview of two topics. First, it presents a unified approach to various techniques addressing the non–uniqueness of the solution of the inverse gravimetric problem; alternative, simple proofs of some known results are also given. Second, it summarises in a concise and self–co ..."
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This paper provides an overview of two topics. First, it presents a unified approach to various techniques addressing the non–uniqueness of the solution of the inverse gravimetric problem; alternative, simple proofs of some known results are also given. Second, it summarises in a concise and self–contained way a particular multiscale regularisation technique involving scaling functions and wavelets. Key Words: inverse gravimetric problem, gravimetry, non–uniqueness, null
1 A Typical Example of Innovative Design Based on the TRIZ
"... This article introduced a concept design of a machine used to bottle paint. Some technical contradictions occurred in the design, which made it difficult to find a solution except compromise. When TRIZ was used in the design, things seemed to get easy. A surprised and almost perfect solution was fou ..."
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This article introduced a concept design of a machine used to bottle paint. Some technical contradictions occurred in the design, which made it difficult to find a solution except compromise. When TRIZ was used in the design, things seemed to get easy. A surprised and almost perfect solution was found, and finally it was put into practice smoothly.
Some Typical Examples of the Application of Didactic Principle of Polyformism in the Teaching of Mathematics
"... Abstract: Teaching principles are the subject of research in light of didactic polyform principle and their positive correlative links, which they contribute to breaking of formalism in Mathematics Teaching for realization of the most important teaching goals, i.e. making the process more active and ..."
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Abstract: Teaching principles are the subject of research in light of didactic polyform principle and their positive correlative links, which they contribute to breaking of formalism in Mathematics Teaching for realization of the most important teaching goals, i.e. making the process more active and more dynamic and adopting deductive methods as the most significant way of thinking, complete acquisition proficiency and its applying to various mathematical and other situations. This work concerned with the Mathematics Teaching and especially the principle of polyform, introduced with geometricalarithmeticalalgebraic interpretation in function of dynamic teaching process with tendency of continuous offering of occasions to pupils for original and creative thinking in addition to development of habits of independent polyform thinking, critical evaluation and reasonable generalization.
Approximate Signal Processing
, 1997
"... It is increasingly important to structure signal processing algorithms and systems to allow for trading off between the accuracy of results and the utilization of resources in their implementation. In any particular context, there are typically a variety of heuristic approaches to managing these tra ..."
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It is increasingly important to structure signal processing algorithms and systems to allow for trading off between the accuracy of results and the utilization of resources in their implementation. In any particular context, there are typically a variety of heuristic approaches to managing
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