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Programming Paradigms for Scientific Problem Solving Environments [chapter]

Dennis Gannon, Marcus Christie, Suresh Marru, Satoshi Shirasuna, Aleksander Slominski
IFIP The International Federation for Information Processing  
Scientific problem solving environments (PSEs) are software platforms that allow a community of scientific users the ability to easily solve computational problems within a specific domain.  ...  They are designed to hide the details of general purpose programming by allowing the problem to be expressed, as much as possible, in the scientific language of the discipline.  ...  Introduction Domain specific problem solving environments have a long history in computing and there are several examples of widely used tools that are also commercial successes.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-73659-4_1 dblp:conf/ifip2-5/GannonCMSS06 fatcat:x4jx763krvg7fmjnh372a2m65e

Problem-solving Environments For Computational Science

E. Houstis, E. Gallopoulos, R. Bramley, J. Rice
1997 IEEE Computational Science & Engineering  
Domain-specific scientific software servers The effectiveness of any computing paradigm depends in great part on the availability of powerful problem-solving capabilities for application domains (in the  ...  T his issue's theme is the rapidly evolving enabling technology of problem-solving environments, defined as "a computer system that provides all the computational facilities necessary to solve a target  ...  His research interests include parallel computing, methods for largescale linear systems, visualization, problem-solving environments, and applications to CFD.  ... 
doi:10.1109/mcse.1997.615427 fatcat:d3k65i4rnvfmxhfpdiw56pgema

Scalable Software Libraries and Problem Solving Environments [chapter]

John R. Rice, Ronald F. Boisvert
2000 Enabling Technologies for Computational Science  
Software librarie.s provide encapsulated problem solving power and problem solving environments (PSEs) give ordinary users painless access to problem solving power.  ...  This simplicity and standard language are missing for most of the important scientific application areas where both the libraries and the PSEs are embryonic.  ...  problem solving environments.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4615-4541-5_3 fatcat:5zcsqtl3urc3zgnxbj5wfwyun4

Putting the science into computer science

Justin Solomon
2007 ACM SIGCSE Bulletin  
Teaching algorithms also encourages the development of other more generalized skills, including the scientific method, problem-solving, modeling, and technical communication.  ...  programming languages.  ...  Each of these programs offers opportunities for individual achievement or teamwork in designing algorithms or programs to solve a given problem, usually in limited time.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1272848.1272882 fatcat:4gvaqqku2bhwvl4kthg77rca7y

Future scientific software systems

J.R. Rice
1997 IEEE Computational Science & Engineering  
The Applications There is an enormous array of scientific applications to be solved.  ...  The size, complexity, and difficulty of applications that we can see now greatly exceed our solution capabilities for the next 50-100 years.  ...  environments (see the sidebar -Appendix A -for forecasts).  ... 
doi:10.1109/99.609831 fatcat:ojph4korxfaahevnwh53m7hila

Research Paradigm as a Value Guideline for Professional Training of Future Social Workers

2021 Revista Romaneasca pentru Educatie Multidimensionala  
, methods of its research and tools for solving.  ...  It is substantiated that the research subsystem of social work can be represented in the form of a model of the research environment, which reflects the relationship of three components: the social problem  ...  : a) development of social programs for children in order to prevent problem situations or solve them at an early stage; b) development of social programs focused on solving specific issues; c) development  ... 
doi:10.18662/rrem/13.3/465 fatcat:fqqsoalvi5dmlcmcddjjrc25ai

Changing the paradigm of software engineering

Vaclav Rajlich
2006 Communications of the ACM  
variants, cannot solve the problem of requirements volatility.  ...  Obviously, the waterfall metaphor did not solve the problems of software development.  ...  Permission to make digital or hard copies of all or part of this work for personal or classroom use is granted without fee provided that copies are not made or distributed for profit or commercial advantage  ... 
doi:10.1145/1145287.1145289 fatcat:fx7h6gqzfffrjhtbin4ffw446m

Future linear-algebra libraries

J. Dongarra
1996 IEEE Computational Science & Engineering  
User interfaces As computer architectures and programming paradigms become increasingly complex, we want to hide this complexity from users as 38 1070-9924/96/$5.00 0 1996 IEEE  ...  Scalable library development cannot wait, however, until all the enabling technologes are in place for two reasons: The need for such libraries for existing and near-term parallel architectures is immediate  ...  One promising approach is a problem-solving environment, typified by current packages such as Matlab, that provides an interactive, graphical interface for specifying and solving scientific problems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/99.503308 fatcat:nx2binbb4vdcteaiqugkt735nu

A New Paradigm for Groundwater Modeling [chapter]

Shu-Guang Li, Qun Liu
2008 Studies in Computational Intelligence  
For many problems, the new computational environment enables real-time modeling, visualization, analysis, and presentation.  ...  We present in this paper an innovative and sophisticated software environment, called Interactive Groundwater (IGW), for unified deterministic and stochastic groundwater modeling.  ...  To accomplish this, we adopt the following new modeling paradigm: The IGW program provides an interactive, graphical environment for defining the aquifer framework, for inputting parameters, properties  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-75384-1_2 fatcat:6rs2dutwcbhldkliy5hruf2w2m

The design process: properties, paradigms, and structure

D. Braha, O. Maimon
1997 IEEE transactions on systems, man and cybernetics. Part A. Systems and humans  
of design processes and the problem solving of scientific communities.  ...  The fundamental characteristics of design problems and design processes are discussed and analyzed. These characteristics establish the framework within which different design paradigms are examined.  ...  Kuhn, Lakatos, and Laudan agree that the main activity of scientists (within a paradigm, research program, or tradition) is problem solving.  ... 
doi:10.1109/3468.554679 fatcat:lz2vlqfhk5fthnzbf64fnsxspi

A Cloud-Based Neural Network Simulation Environment [chapter]

Erich Schikuta, Erwin Mann
2013 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
We present N2Sky, a novel Cloud-based neural network simulation environment.  ...  N2Sky also fosters the exchange of neural network specific knowledge, as neural network paradigms and objects, between users following a virtual organization design blue-print.  ...  Scalability and dynamic nature of the problem solving environment is another serious concern.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38679-4_12 fatcat:3t75jw7g4bg3lchw76jtpjm7cq


2013 Issues in Information Systems  
The proposed 3D M&S education platform can improve creative thinking, application of convergence of knowledge, and various problem-solving skills.  ...  In this paper, 3D modeling and simulation platform for smart learning is proposed.  ...  thinking and problem solving skills while c) is good for artistic sense.  ... 
doi:10.48009/2_iis_2013_225-232 fatcat:jzf7eeczxzaidfqhnvw5ucrblq

Ecological globalistics and the paradigm of world civilization development

Antonina Suzdaleva, V. Breskich
2020 E3S Web of Conferences  
The nature of public perception of global environmental problems and ways to solve them becomes a paradigm for the development of civilization.  ...  First, it is the creation of a scientific basis for the development of a global strategy for the preservation of conditions on the planet suitable for the existence of humans and other organisms.  ...  On their basis, stereotypes of thinking were formed as ready-made standard algorithms for solving problems facing society.  ... 
doi:10.1051/e3sconf/202021711003 fatcat:cmxosorkgncudhm7bdubiingoa


Lidia Vasiljevna Gorodnyaya, A.P. Ershov Institute of Informatics Systems SB RAS
2020 System Informatics  
based on the classification of paradigms on the peculiarities of problem statements and semantic characteristics of programming languages and systems with an emphasis on the criteria for the quality of  ...  The author thanks the organizers and participants of the conferences "Scientific Service in the Internet Environment" (  ...  Conclusions and Outlook The The statements of the problems of parallel computing take into account that the speed of obtaining results on the available programs for solving a specific problem is insufficient  ... 
doi:10.31144/si.2307-6410.2020.n16.p1-10 fatcat:m3kre5qvpbhshf7jma5o26owmu

Kuhnian's Paradigmatic Analysis Method As a Solution of Abstract Thinking Difficulties in Social Studies

Mutiani Mutiani, Nana Supriatna, Erlina Wiyanarti, Alfisyah Alfisyah, Ersis Warmansyah Abbas
2021 Al-Ishlah: Jurnal Pendidikan  
The reconstruction to solve the problem of difficulty in abstract thinking in social studies subjects in junior high schools is carried out as follows: 1) Teaching social studies as integrative social  ...  Kuhn thoroughly examines each expert's thoughts and scientific works and reveals his contribution to the scientific revolution.  ...  Second, the paradigm shows a kind of concrete puzzle-solving element which, when used as a model, pattern, or example, can replace explicit rules as the basis for solving normal problems and puzzles of  ... 
doi:10.35445/alishlah.v13i3.1046 fatcat:km4v45w26rcnxas37ifza4yui4
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