Personalized Adaptive Computational Experimentation (2005)




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Computational discovery is facilitated by tools that enable the researcher to focus on a problem and the making sense of results obtained, rather than on the idiosyncrasies of command syntax and the bookkeeping associated with repeated variable command invocations. In a search for insight, imagination should be encouraged more than patience should be required. The cogito software system is described, which allows any researcher a great deal of flexibility to personalize how computational experiments are conducted and how results are visualized. The system features an application programming interface that allows it to be adapted to a wide range of uses.

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@incollection{2005-08-Hep,
	Author =  “Hepting, Daryl H.”,
	Title =  “Personalized Adaptive Computational Experimentation”,
	Url = "http://www2.cs.uregina.ca/~hepting/research/works/2005-08-Hep-Personalized-Adaptive-Computational-Experimentation.html",
	Booktitle =  “Adaptivity and Beyond: Computational Methods for Solving Differential Equations Celebrating the 60th birthday of Robert D. Russell Wednesday, August 3 to Saturday, August 6, 2005”,
	Month =  “Adaptivity and Beyond: Computational Methods for Solving Differential Equations Celebrating the 60th birthday of Robert D. Russell August”,
	Pages =  “5”,
	Publisher =  “Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences”,
	Year =  “2005”
}