|Title:||Currents in Industrial MathematicsFrom Concepts to Research to Education|
|Publisher:||Springer Science+Business Media, LLC|
|Description:||In writing this book, we have kept quite diverse groups of readers in mind: First, there are the people in industry and business, to whom we wish to make clear that mathematicians don’t just discuss or analyze problems, they also solve them. Second, there are the university mathematicians, whom we want to convince that this approach can also provide new impulses to mathematics. Third, there are university students, who want to know, and with good reason, what they will really be doing later in their professional lives—for only a small number of them will lecture at universities. And finally, there are those who want to become teachers or who already are; this group can read how mathematics instruction in the classroom can be revitalized.|
|Appears in Collections:||Building Construction|
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