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Future Trends and Efforts in Education

I’m tabling the discrete-event simulation framework effort for today to provide a list of materials concerning the ongoing changes in the field of education. I compiled this list in order to share it with a few individuals over the past … Continue reading

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How Quickly Can the Matrix Be Solved On Different Machines?

Today I ran 2750 iterations of the matrix on some additional machines. My 64GB iPad 3 runs a 1 GHz, dual-core, 32-bit, ARM Cortex-A9 and ran the test in 1.308 seconds on load and about 1.15 seconds on rerun. My … Continue reading

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How Quickly Can the Matrix Be Solved?

The solution was finally made to run last week. Today the question is how fast the thing runs. My feel for the answer to this question has to do with the context in which I first asked it. From 1994 … Continue reading

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Implementing the Efficient Matrix Solution for Special Classes of Engineering Problems

Yesterday I described how to set up a matrix for efficient solution, today I’ll describe how to actually execute the solution. I plan to go back and revisit the intermediate steps but I wanted to show how this series of … Continue reading

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Efficient Matrix Solutions for Special Classes of Engineering Problems

There are a large class of analogous engineering problems that may be addressed with a particular mathematical solution. Fluid systems where volumes containing fluid are connected by fluid flows, mechanical systems where masses are connected by springs and dashpots (which … Continue reading

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Building Tools

Most generally, a tool is a means of accomplishing some end. If one uses the right tool for the job it is a more efficient and effective means than other alternatives. Naturally we’re always trying to use the optimal tool. … Continue reading

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