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    Mathematical Models of Spacetime in Contemporary Physics and Essential Issues of the Ontology of Spacetime ABSTRACT: The general theory of relativity and field theory of matter generate an interesting ontology of space-time and, generally, of nature. It is a monistic, anti-atomistic and geometrized ontology — in which the substance is the metric field — to which all physical events are reducible. Such ontology refers to the Cartesian definition of corporeality and to Plato's ontology of nature

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    Police Mathematics

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    all the evidence left at the crime scene and work backwards to deduce what happened and who did it”(Budd1). In order for the officer to find out how fast the car was going at the scene he needs to solve an inverse problem. “Inverse problems are mathematical detective problems. An example of an inverse problem is trying to find the shape of an object only knowing its shadows ”(Budd1). In addition, a day on the job of being a cop. There is a car accident and the officer job is to figure out if the car

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    Look Up Table Research

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    the use of ‘look up tables’ is a way of simplifying model design. Briefly explain how this is so. During the modelling process of a design a number of complex decision involving a cascade of codes and statements are produced but can all be replaced with a simple look up table. A look up table is easier to understand and modify compared to a number of complex and convoluted statements. Look up tables simplify the process of applying mathematical codes and processes creating a more realistic, simplistic

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    In general, experimenting with models requires less time and is less expensive than experimenting with the real object or situation. A model airplane is certainly quicker and less expensive to build and study than the full-size airplane. Similarly, the mathematical model in equation (1.1) allows a quick identification of profit expectations without actually requiring the manager to produce and sell x units. Models also have the advantage of reducing the risk associated with experimenting with the

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    1.9.1 Sensitivity analysis of the model Sensitivity analysis is the study of how the uncertainty in the output of a mathematical model or system (numerical or otherwise) can be apportioned to different sources of uncertainty in its inputs. A related practice is uncertainty analysis, which has a greater focus on uncertainty quantification and its propagation. Ideally, uncertainty and sensitivity analysis should be run in tandem. As the optimization method provides the best set of inputs for optimum

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    continuous steel slab casting in terms of fluid flow, heat and mass transfers in the manufacture production. Finally, this paper reviews the physical and mathematical modelling in physical experiment and mathematical models, which has been used to study in the process. Keywords: Continuous Casting, Steel, Slab, Physical Modelling, Tundish, Mathematical Modelling, Fluid Flow, Heat Transfer, Mass Transfer, Instruction, Report 1. Introduction Continuous casting is a casting process that is used in the

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    This paper presents the study of non-linear dynamic of cardiac excitation based on Luo Rudy Phase I (LR-I) model towards numerical solutions of ordinary differential equations (ODEs) responsible for cardiac excitation on FPGA. As computational modeling needs vast of simulation time, a real-time hardware implementation using FPGA could be the solution as it provides high configurability and performance. For rapid prototyping, the MATLAB Simulink offers a link with the FPGA which is an HDL Coder that

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    Intially, while undertaking this project, to design and code a GUI was the only objective. But later on, the the focus was turned on to attaining a higher level of accuracy for the results obtained. For that more critical assessment of the mathematical models was done prior to the testing phase.

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    I Wish to Pursue an MS Degree in Electrical Engineering During my senior year at Purdue University, I made a decision that has impacted the entire course of my education. While my classmates were making definite decisions about their career paths, I chose to implement a five-year plan of development and growth for myself. I designed this plan in order to examine various careers that I thought might interest me, as well as to expand upon my abilities at the time. As I was attaining a BS degree

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    Simulations

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    Simulations "What I hear, I forget; what I see, I remember; what I do, I understand." Confucius, 451 BC General As young children, we all learn by doing. Toddlers learn to walk on their own with their parents standing by as guides, providing a safe environment that makes it possible for the child to learn. When a child enters the "formal education" system, unfortunately this rich environment of learning by doing often disappears. The education system is still stuck in the industrial age

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