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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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Earlier, he had the Guinness record for solving pyraminx puzzles underwater.
"I had the Guinness Book of World Records for solving pyraminx underwater.
The computer that emerged in the last century has become the primary tool in the implementation of equations systems solving methods, equations systems that were increasingly bigger, practically prohibitive to solve them with the pencil on the paper.
He stressed on the masses to assist the DRC in solving the problems in the area.
Ali (2008:2) also describes textbooks that stress on finding the answer of questions: "In the present methodology, stress is laid on solving exercises rather than giving the students a clear idea of the fundamental concepts.
ERIC Descriptors: Mathematics Instruction; Problem Solving; Word Problems (Mathematics); Intervention; Elementary School Students; Elementary School Mathematics; Grade 3; Pretests Posttests; Statistical Analysis; Perceptual Development; Teaching Methods
I often tell my clients and students, "If you don't understand the problem, you won't understand how to solve it." From this perspective, the less we understand our problems, the more difficulty we have solving them.
Solving problem is the process of individual's understanding and solving the gap between his target and the obstacles he faces while progressing to the target (A.
Problem solving expedites the personal development of a child and accelerates improvement of the child's abilities, sense of self-esteem, and self-confidence (Bingham, 1998).
The CET's site includes an applet for each topic mentioned above, where the topics are presented in a problem solving context.