Introduction to Mathematical Thinking – Stanford University | Coursera

Introduction to Mathematical Thinking – Stanford University | Coursera

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Learn how to think the way mathematicians do – a powerful cognitive process developed over thousands of years.

The goal of the course is to help you develop a valuable mental ability – a powerful way of thinking that our ancests have developed over three thousand years.
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Mathematical Decision Making: Predictive Models and Optimization | The Great Courses

Mathematical Decision Making: Predictive Models and Optimization | The Great Courses
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Professor Scott P. Stevens, Ph.D.
James Madison University

Not so long ago, executives faced with complex problems made decisions based on experience, intuition, and no small measure of luck. But now there’s a better way. In recent decades, mathematics and computer science have perfected formerly top-secret techniques for predicting the best possible outcomes when faced with conflicting options. This field goes by different names-analytics, operations research, linear and nonlinear programming, management science-but its purpose is simple: to apply quantitative methods to help business managers, public servants, investors, scientific researchers, and problem solvers of all kinds make better decisions. [Read more…]

Introduction to mathematical thinking

Introduction to mathematical thinking
English | Size: 1.77 GB (1,902,737,093 bytes)
Category: CBTs


Learn how to think the way mathematicians do – a powerful cognitive process developed over thousands of years.

The goal of the course is to help you develop a valuable mental ability – a powerful way of thinking that our ancestors have developed over three thousand years.
[Read more…]

Coursera – Mathematical Philosophy [98 MP4, 28 PDF]

Coursera – Mathematical Philosophy [98 MP4, 28 PDF]
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Since antiquity, philosophers have questioned the foundations–the foundations of the physical world, of our everyday experience, of our scientific knowledge, and of culture and society. In recent years, more and more young philosophers have become convinced that, in order to understand these foundations, and thus to make progress in philosophy, the use of mathematical methods is of crucial importance. This is what our course will be concerned with: mathematical philosophy, that is, philosophy done with the help of mathematical methods. [Read more…]

TTC – Mathematical Decision Making

TTC – Mathematical Decision Making
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Category: Tutorial


Not so long ago, executives faced with complex problems made decisions based on experience, intuition, and no small measure of luck. But now there’s a better way. In recent decades, mathematics and computer science have perfected formerly top-secret techniques for predicting the best possible outcomes when faced with conflicting options. This field goes by different names-analytics, operations research, linear and nonlinear programming, management science-but its purpose is simple: to apply quantitative methods to help business managers, public servants, investors, scientific researchers, and problem solvers of all kinds make better decisions.
[Read more…]