simulation

Columbia University physics and mathematics professor Brian Greene discusses the possibility that our entire universe could be an elaborate simulation run on a complex supercomputer.
Columbia University physics and mathematics professor Brian Greene discusses the possibility that our entire universe could be an elaborate simulation run on a complex supercomputer.
Columbia University physics and mathematics professor Brian Greene discusses the possibility that our entire universe could be an elaborate simulation run on a complex supercomputer.
It's the year 2016; we are at an age where technology is a society constant. Life at this juncture is practically unimaginable without the technology we enjoy today. In particular, life would not be as it were if not for video games.
Of course, high-growth status can be taxing in other ways--the obvious areas are people, culture, systems, operations, and
I was recently interviewed by religious studies PhD student Andrew Henry for his unique vlog, "Religion for Breakfast." We talked about applying social simulation to the study of religion.
Think religion is all about individual beliefs? Think again. The great sociologist Émile Durkheim argued that religion is "eminently social."
KASICH As delegates consider their options, I ask that they think simply about the concept of governing and determine who
First, we're not dealing with what philosophers call "first-order" problems, like whether God exists or why bad things happen to good people. Instead, we're studying the cultural, cognitive, and ritual processes that undergird religion and culture.
What if we could objectively figure out which ideas about religion -- not about God, but about human phenomena like ritual and religious belief -- were true, and which weren't?
The debate on the economic woes of Finland continues to revolve around the question whether or not the euro is the blame. Although debate continues to be that of high quality, there is very little evidence to support the arguments made in it.
Marie can't stop squealing on the roller coaster simulation.
Too many patients complain about having doctors and other experts who fail to consult with each other or who provide contradictory directives. Medical and health professions schools can tackle the problem by fostering the professional cooperation and coordination that all patients deserve.
Driven by the synergy of technological advancements and instructional innovations, simulations are rapidly gaining importance in the classroom in tech-savvy nations as robust add-ons, either as a supplement to traditional teaching methods or as a substitute for sections of the curriculum.
Do you ever wonder about the meaning of life, and in particular your life? Well, of course you do, but maybe you should ease up on the angst. There are academics who say you don't have a life. You're just an app.
To the human eye, without the benefit of replay, it's easy to be conned by players simulating being fouled. Sorry, simulation, you ask? Okay, let's call it what it is -- cheating!
Journalist Anthony Reuben participated in the run and documented the experience for BBC News: "We live in a world where the
Successful outcomes depend on an almost fantastic synthesis of psychomotor control, excellent visual discrimination, years of training, and meticulous planning. How can surgeons reach this peak more efficiently, perhaps more quickly?
So how can you and your company take use "serious play" to improve your strategy, performance, and decision making? Here are three techniques to consider.