Bright Brave Open Minds

The book aims to introduce beginning problem solving math skills to both children, aged 6-8 years, and the adults who teach them.

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To find "criteria of simplicity" was the goal of David Hilbert's recently discovered twenty-fourth problem on his renowned list of open problems given at the 1900 International Congress of Mathematicians in Paris. At the same time, simplicity and economy of means are powerful impulses in the creation of artworks. This
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Pages: 324
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Categories: Computers
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Compiled by the CROSSTALKS program for policy-probing scientific issues, this volume reflects on the meaning and impact of existing and future interfaces--and what the added value could be. Offering a broad analysis of the individual, social, and economic impacts that the next generation of interfaces will have, its unique interdisciplinary