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On teaching of fundamentals of mathematical modeling

G.E. Markelov
80,00 Р


Markelov Gennady Evgenievich

Ph.D., Assoc. Professor of «Applied Mathematics» Department of

Bauman Moscow State Technical University.



Presented are some peculiarities, connected with training process in fundamentals of mathematical modeling. Taking in consideration of such peculiarities gives opportunity to improve the quality of training of final-year students, as well as to raise their competitiveness in labor market.

Key words: mathematical modeling, mathematical model, principles of mathematical models, priciples of construction of mathematical models, information and communication technologies, individualized approach, organization of educational process, organization of training, quality of training, competitiveness.



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