Mathematical model

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Mathematical model

A mathematical representation of concepts that describes a system through a series of equations relating variables of the system. Many disciplines use mathematical models, including, but not limited to, physics, biology, psychology, and finance.
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Okoya said the application of mathematical modeling was what gave the world such mind blowing inventions regarded as necessities today - like the internet, virtual reality, electronic radar, telecommunications and DSTV to mention a few.
In addition, Garcia, MaaB, and Wake (2009) consider mathematical modeling to be a crucial part of the initial training and professional development for both primary and secondary teachers.
The nonprofit Association of Computational and Mathematical Modeling is developing a free mathematical modeling curriculum that it plans to share with teachers by early 2017.
The main goals of this paper are: turning attention of the researchers in this field on the mathematical models underlying games of chance and the quantifiable gambling activity; an objective classification of these models by epistemological criteria and evidentiating a current disinterest on a particular category of models (the functional ones) in favor of the statistical models; detecting a potential of all these mathematical models to contribute in problem gambling prevention and treatment (as generating a particular kind of knowledge--the epistemic knowledge--related to and deriving from these models and the act of mathematical modeling).
The model in manufacturing can be in terms of manual operated, semiautomated, and fully automated mathematical modeling. Since there is application of fully automated workstation in industries based on the high demands and complexity of products, the mathematical model for fully automated lines and workstations is very important to be discovered.
Introduction to mathematical modeling and chaotic dynamics.
The talk, entitled “Models and their Impact in the Drug Development Process”, will focus on the different uses of mathematical modeling in drug development.
Mathematical modeling is a method of simulating real situations with mathematical equations to forecast their future behavior.
Computer-based mathematical modeling in physics is a process of constructing models of concepts and the relationships between them in the scientific characteristics of work.
Mathematical modeling and simulation; introduction for scientists and engineers.
"What mathematical modeling has allowed them to understand is which of these characteristics plays a dominant role in reducing the tumor cell population.
In 2001, using mathematical modeling and lab experiments, Sumpter and two colleagues studied how foraging pharaoh's ants build trails.

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