- Centre for microtonal music
- Thoughtful post from Mark Johnson on #design4learning conference. Wish I wrote and thought as well as mark does
- Looks at different genres likely to be found in classroom practice. Based on Australien texts.
- Further thoughts on the dangers of genre theory
- Rosen suggests that too great a use of genre theory stifles creativity
- IJIVPTA (International Journal of Image and Video Processing: Theory and Application) Journal is intended for Scientists, Researchers, Academicians and Engineers working on multidisciplinary field of image and video processing. The scope of the journal covers a broad spectrum of image and video processing.
- The International Journal of Computer Science: Theory and Application (IJCSTA) is a bi-monthly, open access and peer-reviewed International Journal for academic researchers, industrial professionals, educators, developers and technical managers in the computer science field. The International Journal of Computer Science: Theory and Application puublishes original research papers, state-of-the-art reviews, and high quality technical notes, on both applied and theoretical aspects of computer science. The submitted papers must be unpublished and not under review in any other journal or conference.
- Computerlinguistik/Automatentheorie etc: So macht man seine Hausaufgaben.
- The University of Adelaide has a long tradition of providing a scholarly, diverse, exciting and rewarding learning environment. Find Learning and Teaching Initiatives, Support Sites and Outstanding Lecturers - Featured Profiles.
- Music theory on web. Tampere University
- "All models are wrong, but some are useful."
- system:unfiled cabibbokobayashimaskawa matrix
- This article uses a high school science class to see how language was used to connect theory and practice. It draws on classroom data analysed from a functional linguistic perspective, exploring the nature of science as a socially constructed practice.
- interview with Lantolf: Discusses current research efforts regarding second language acquisition and describes an experimental language learning classroom.
- The Universe in a Nutshell: The Physics of Everything Michio Kaku, Henry Semat Professor of Theoretical Physics at CUNY What if we could find one single equa...
- go to the right side menu for very useful summaries of leading educational thinkers from Socrates to Freire with DC's judgement passed on each
- On April 25, 1903, Soviet mathematician Andrey Nikolaevich Kolmogorov was born. He was one of the most important mathematicians of the 20th century, who advanced various scientific fields, among them probability theory, topology, intuitionistic logic, turbulence, classical mechanics, algorithmic information theory and computational complexity.
- On March 3, 1845, German mathematician Georg Cantor, creator of the set theory was born Set Theory is considered the fundamental theory of mathematics. He also proved that the real numbers are "more numerous" than the natural numbers, which was quite shocking for his contemporaries that there should be different numbers of infinity.
- SAPT is a collection of computer codes designed to implement the many-body (body = electron) version of Symmetry-Adapted Perturbation Theory for intermolecular interactions. This code has been extensively used in studies of intermolecular forces. For a description of SAPT see: B. Jeziorski, R. Moszynski, and K. Szalewicz “Perturbation Theory Approach to Intermolecular Potential Energy Surfaces of van der Waals Complexes”, Chem. Rev. 94, 1887-1930 (1994).
- very cool repository of MAG's articles
- Farina's underwater b-format hydrophone
- The Achilles Effect explores gender bias in the entertainment aimed at primary school boys, focusing on the dominant themes in children’s TV shows, toy advertising, movies, and books: gender stereotypes of both sexes, male dominance, negative portrayals of fathers, breaking of the mother/son bond, and the devaluing of femininity. It examines the gender messages sent by pop culture, provides strategies for countering these messages, and encourages discussion of a vitally important issue that is rarely talked about—the impact of gender stereotypes on boys.
- On this day in 2001, the famous scientist who coined the term 'Big Bang' while being the theory's strongest opponent passed away.
- Jakob Bernoulli, born in 1654, is best known for his work Ars Conjectandi (The Art of Conjecture), where he described the known results in probability theory and in enumeration, including the application of probability theory to games of chance.
- An interactive provides varying levels of interactivity, ranging from simple point-and-click interaction through sophisticated search techniques to the analysis, manipulation, and application of information in new and authentic contexts.
- Does big data have the answers? Maybe some, but not all, says Mark Graham
- Software for Theory of Computation
- An extended discourse ensued in and around the status of connectivism as a learning theory for the digital age. This led to a number of questions in relation to existing learning theories. Do they still meet the needs of today’s learners, and anticipate the needs of learners of the future? Would a new theory that encompasses new developments in digital technology be more appropriate, and would it be suitable for other aspects of learning, including in the traditional class room, in distance education and e-learning? In this article, I highlight current theories of learning and critically analyze connectivism within the context of its predecessors, to establish if it has anything new to offer as a learning theory or as an approach to teaching for the 21st Century.
- This interactive tutorial will teach you how to use the sequent calculus, a simple set of rules with which you can use to show the truth of statements in first order logic. It is geared towards anyone with some background in writing software for computers, with knowledge of basic boolean logic.
- This site contains details of various point-group symmetries, their inter-relations and specific information regarding dipole-transition selection rules.
- The Computational Chemistry Comparison and Benchmark Database (CCCBDB) contains links to experimental and computational thermochemical data for a selected set of gas-phase atoms and molecules as well as tools for comparing experimental and computational ideal-gas thermochemical properties.
- PyQuante is an open-source suite of programs for developing quantum chemistry methods. The program is written in the Python programming language, but has many "rate-determining" modules also written in C for speed.
- PSI is an ab initio quantum chemistry software package using MC-SCF, CC, CI, MP2, MP2-R12 methods.
- NWChem is an electronic structure package that features MC-SCF, MPn, CC, CI, and DFT methods. Properties, solvation models, QM/MM, and MD simulations are also possible.
- Dalton is a full-featured electronic structure package specialising in optical and magnetic properties. It has MC-SCF, CC, CI, and DFT wave functions.
- Gaussian is full-feature quantum chemistry software package with HF, CC, and DFT wave functions.
- GAMESS-US is a full-featured electronic structure software package with MC-SCF, CC, DFT, and CI wave functions. QM/MM, FMO, solvation, and MD calculations are also possible.
- ACES is an ab initio software package specialising in coupled-cluster methods.
- Paul Meagher demonstrates how to apply principles of information theory to datamining through PHP.
- Paul Meagher demonstrates how to apply principles of information theory to datamining through PHP.
- David Gauntlett is Professor of Media and Communications at the School of Media, Arts and Design, University of Westminster
- What is meant by "discourse analysis"?
- Design anthropology is an interdisciplinary field that seeks to understand the role of design artifacts and processes in defining what it means to be human (e.g., human nature). It is more than lists of user requirements in a design brief, which makes it different from contextual inquiry, some forms of design research, and qualitative focus groups. Design anthropology offers challenges to existing ideas about human experiences and values.

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