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Latest Scientific modeling Stories

2012-03-02 01:35:04

Predicting how large numbers of visitors to major events will behave is difficult, even using evidence based on past experience.

New Visualization Method Makes Research More Organized And Efficient
2011-12-09 03:43:32

The Action Science Explorer (ASE) helps reveal emerging trends and controversies and encourages collaborations within the research community

2011-11-21 13:00:00

Ziosoft/Qi Imaging, the leader in supercomputing visualization and functional analytics, will showcase the company’s PhyZiodynamics inVivo technology at the annual Radiology Society of North

2011-10-17 10:00:00

Visit us at Booth 1343 to see how TMCs have significantly improved productivity and decision-making with our best-in-class solution Denville, NJ (PRWEB) October

2011-10-17 10:10:00

1,400 attendees share their passion for data and analytics. Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 17, 2011 Tableau Software is hosting 1,400 attendees at its


Latest Scientific modeling Reference Libraries

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2004-10-19 04:45:43

Ptolemaic System -- The Ptolemaic system was a system to explain the motions of the heavens, espoused by Claudius Ptolemaeus in Almagest sometime around the second century, C.E., and accepted for over a thousand years by the vast majority of people to be the correct cosmological model. Unlike earlier systems (such as 'the stars move because that is the will of the gods', or the model of concentric spheres), the Ptolemaic model explained all phenomena in the sky, while holding to Plato's...

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2004-10-19 04:45:41

Geocentric Model -- The geocentric model of the cosmos is a paradigm which places the Earth at the center of the universe. Common in ancient Greece, it was believed by both Aristotle and Ptolemy. Most Greeks assumed that the Sun, Moon, stars, and planets orbit Earth. Similar ideas were held in ancient China. The geocentric model was gradually replaced by the heliocentric model of Copernicus and Galileo due to the simplicity and predictive accuracy of that newer model. In this model, a...

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  • Monstrous in size or character; huge; prodigious; monstrously perverse, savage, cruel, etc.
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