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Parallel object-oriented language. "Message Pattern Specifications: A New Technique for Handling Errors in Parallel Object- Oriented Systems", J.A. Purchase et al, SIGPLAN Notices 25(10):116-125 (OOPSLA/ECOOP '90) (Oct 1990).
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He stressed on the masses to assist the DRC in solving the problems in the area.
It introduces an adolescent case study, defines the problem solving approach, explains how this approach can be used, presents evidence of its efficacy, and then gives an overview of the steps to implement it.
Solving easy problems is sometimes described as "gathering the low-hanging fruit," which typically occurs before we direct our attention to the "high-hanging fruit.
A study by this author of an information technology department's problem solving approaches in central Indiana determined that a structured problem-solving model using strong subject knowledge, experience, logic, and reasoning was favored.
When solving a current problem, the user searches for similar cases in the database.
The class helps students with deductive reasoning and problem solving, said science teacher Liz Virnelson, who brought the class to the school.
Goldfire is best at solving non-deterministic problems, those that don't have an explicit road map or formula leading to a correct answer.
Not every mental activity and subsequent classroom discussion are connected with solving mathematical problems (i.
Efficient number skills can be fostered by a student's ability to apply and generalize various cognitive strategies or problem solving principles, which deepen associations between numerical concepts and, in turn, shorten processing time.
He writes: "A good strategy for building organizations that are capable of solving complex problems is to train individuals to react to ambiguity by searching through their social networks, rather than forcing them to build and contribute to centrally designed problem--solving tools and databases.
And the percentage of eighth graders answering problem solving correctly is only 41 percent.
Once in a more rational state, negotiators can begin problem solving to find alternatives to cope with the subject's current issue and resolve the incident.