This series of essays discusses how progress is identified in a range of disciplines - physics, mathematics, biology, medicine, sociology, linguistics, art history, history, economics and ecology. The articles are based on discussions at a symposium organised by the European Science Foundation and are by acknowledged leaders in the fields covered. They seek to promote communication between the different disciplines, to identify the criteria of advancement and to examine problems in assessing them.Even by comparison with arts subjects the requirements of mathematics are modest: large voluminous libraries with ... drawn is much too black and white: mathematics through its various applications is not divorced from the real world, ... I should emphasize that I am now using the word a#39;problema#39; in a quite narrow sense (for example, solve the following equation . ... has integer solutions (such as 3, 4, 5), but goes on to assert that the more general equation xr + y = Zaquot; never has positiveanbsp;...

Title | : | The Identification of Progress in Learning |

Author | : | T. Hägerstrand |

Publisher | : | Cambridge University Press - 1985-04-25 |

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