Recipes, HIIT and Pilates Exercises for Lifelong, Balanced Wellness
Author: Hollie Grant
Publisher: Hachette UK
Category: Health & Fitness
'Hollie Grant, trainer to Deliciously Ella and Melissa Hemsley, is the new body coach on the block' Style 'The Model Method's effective combination of recipes and workouts will leave you feeling stronger, healthier and happier. Hollie is one of the best task-masters on the fitness scene, with a refreshing, balanced approach' Sweaty Betty Nourish, sweat and strengthen your way to lifelong wellness with award-winning Pilates instructor and chef Hollie Grant's balanced recipes and workouts. Hollie started The Model Method online plan after years of teaching her private clients so anyone can carry out the plan, anywhere. This beautiful book will follow on from the plan, showing the reader how to Nourish, Sweat and Strengthen for a healthier, stronger lifestyle. Nourish will provide readers with delicious and balanced recipes with easy-to-source ingredients to encourage readers to eat from all the food groups unless medically advised not to. As a former chef Hollie is strongly against 'diets' and feels that we should eat to nourish our bodies, not starve them. The Sweat part of the plan will be split into three key areas of the body so that the workout can be personalised to the readers' goals or weaknesses. All the workouts will include elements of both Pilates and HIIT. Pilates is amazing at toning and fixing postural issues but does not address the incredible health benefits you tend to only get from HIIT (including reduced risk of diabetes, heart disease and obesity). Strengthen provides Pilates exercises and descriptions of technique, progressions and regressions, muscles activated and why you would carry out that exercise. The book is designed to be personalised so will also teach the reader about their body, posture types and muscle imbalances, and which Pilates technique would be best for them. Above all, The Model Method is about how our bodies function and perform, rather than how they look, in order to encourage a healthy relationship with food and exercise.
This monograph serves as a resource book on the Model Method. The main purpose is to make explicit how the Model Method is used to develop students' understanding of fundamental mathematics concepts and proficiency in solving basic mathematics word problems. Through the construction of a pictorial model to represent the known and unknown quantities and their relationships in a problem, students gain better understanding of the problem and develop their abilities in mathematical thinking and problem solving. This would provide a strong foundation for the learning of matheatics from the primary to secondary levels and beyond. This monograph also features the Mathematics Framework of the Singapore mathematics curriculum, and discusses the changes that it has undergone over the past two decades. These changes reflected the changing emphases, needs and challenges in the mathematics curriculum as we entered the 21s century.
Algebra is fundamental in the learning of mathematics. In Singapore, students begin the learning of formal algebra in primary six (Singapore Ministry of Education, 2006a). In secondary school, algebra features prominently in the curriculum (Singapore Ministry of Education, 2006b). Prior to learning formal algebra, primary school students use the model method as one of the methods to solve word problems. The model method is one of the most recognised features of the Singapore mathematics curriculum (Singapore Ministry of Education, 2009). It has been found that the model method has allowed primary school students without access to formal algebra a means to represent and solve algebraic word problems (Ng & Lee, 2009). Research has indicated that students encounter a variety of difficulties in formal algebra. These include understanding the meaning of letters used in formal algebra (Kuchemann, 1981) and translating information in text into algebraic equations (e.g. Stacey & MacGregor, 2000). The use of concrete and pictorial representations has been found to help students in solving word problems (e.g. Lewis, 1989; Willis & Fuson, 1988). While the model method has helped students solve word problems using pictorial representations, such representations are seldom harnessed for beginning students in formal algebra to acquire skills in algebraic manipulation. This book aims to do the latter. There has been much evidence that the model method can be integrated with the algebraic method (Kho, 1987, 2005, 2007; Beckmann, 2004). Secondary school teachers have been trained to show the relationship between the model method and the algebraic method (Kho, 2007). This book fleshes out this approach using topics in lower secondary algebra. This book focuses on helping students develop a strong foundation in algebraic manipulation. Basic algebraic manipulations including writing, evaluating, expanding, simplifying, and factorising algebraic expressions and solving algebraic equations are introduced pictorially. While it is not the intention that students to always rely on pictorial representations when doing algebra, the model method serves as a good starting point for students to learn algebraic manipulation meaningfully. It is hoped that this book will provide teachers with a resource to help students make the transition from the model method to formal algebra. As for students who find formal algebra daunting, this book serves as a bridge.
An Intuitive and Creative Approach to Solving Word Problems
Author: Yan Kow Cheong
Publisher: MathPlus Publishing
Category: Juvenile Nonfiction
The Stack Model Method—An Intuitive and Creative Approach to Solving Word Problems (Grades 3–4) is the first title of a two-book series in Singapore math publishing, which comprehensively reveals the beauty and power of the stack model method as an intuitive and creative problem-solving strategy in solving non-routine questions and challenging word problems. Like the Singapore's bar model method, the stack model method allows word problems that were traditionally read in higher grades to be set in lower grades. The stack model method empowers younger readers with the higher-order thinking skills needed to solve word problems much earlier than they would normally acquire in school. Singapore's stack model method is a more creative and intuitive visualization problem-solving strategy than the bar model method. Brain-unfriendly word problems that are bar-model-unfriendly tend to lend themselves easily to the stack model method. Features of the Singapore math playbook are: ● Look-See Proofs for Kids ● Visible Thinking in Mathematics ● Advanced Visual Literacy ● Creative and Higher-Order Thinking Skills ● Alternative Solutions and Thought Processes The Stack Model Method would benefit all grades 3–4 students, teachers, and parents, as they acquaint themselves with this visualization problem-solving strategy to solve both routine and non-routine questions, while indirectly helping them to enhance their creative thinking and problem-solving skills in mathematics. Learn what the best grades 3–4 students in Singapore do in elementary math—you too can learn to solve the types of challenging questions they deal with every day in local schools and tuition centers island-wide.
Model-Driven Techniques, Tools, Guidelines, and Open Challenges in Conceptual Model Evolution
Author: Marcela Ruiz
This book presents TraceME, a traceability-based method for conceptual model evolution whose general purpose is to support the evolution of information systems. By providing a set of four TraceME chunks, TraceME is situational-oriented. In this way, it can be adapted to support different evolution projects by just assembling the TraceME chunks. To facilitate its industrial adoption, open source tools were developed and described which support the implementation of the TraceME chunks. The work presented highlights various research endeavors for the development of methods and techniques to automate the evolution of software systems. It explores the requirements engineering field as a steppingstone to a successful software development processes. In 2017, the underlying PhD dissertation won the “CAiSE PhD award”, granted to outstanding PhD theses in the field of Information Systems Engineering.
This book presents ARCADIA—a tooled method devoted to systems and architecture engineering, especially for those dealing with strong constraints to be reconciled (cost, performance, safety, security, reuse, consumption, weight). The book describes the detailed reasoning necessary to: understand the real customer need; define and share the product architecture among all engineering stakeholders; early validate its design and justify it; and ease and master integration, validation, verification and qualification (IVVQ). Offers a comprehensive examination of systems engineering, including the use of models to support it Not only yet another book on modeling, but rather a journey in systems engineering, enlightening the use of models to support it. Focuses on solitary modeling tasks while also covering prime collaborations between engineering stakeholders Examines modeling techniques to capture and share architecture and to early verify it against need and non-functional constraints Addresses subjects not usually covered by model-based system engineering (MBSE) methods, such as co-engineering with specialties, system/sub-system co-engineering, integration verification and validation Features a powerful, dedicated tool (Capella) Covers a range of topics, including an introduction to system engineering issues, an introduction to MBSE, a presentation of the method for beginners and a handy reference manual for advanced users
This collection of essays deals with three clusters of problems in the philo sophy of science: scientific method, conceptual models, and ontological underpinnings. The disjointedness of topics is more apparent than real, since the whole book is concerned with the scientific knowledge of fact. Now, the aim of factual knowledge is the conceptual grasping of being, and this understanding is provided by theories of whatever there may be. If the theories are testable and specific, such as a theory of a particular chemical reaction, then they are often called 'theoretical models' and clas sed as scientific. If the theories are extremely general, like a theory of syn thesis and dissociation without any reference to a particular kind of stuff, then they may be called 'metaphysical' - as well as 'scientific' if they are consonant with science. Between these two extremes there is a whole gamut of kinds of factual theories. Thus the entire spectrum should be dominated by the scientific method, quite irrespective of the subject matter. This is the leitmotiv of the present book. The introductory chapter, on method in the philosophy of science, tackles the question 'Why don't scientists listen to their philosophers?'.
Finite Element Method in Machining Processes provides a concise study on the way the Finite Element Method (FEM) is used in the case of manufacturing processes, primarily in machining. The basics of this kind of modeling are detailed to create a reference that will provide guidelines for those who start to study this method now, but also for scientists already involved in FEM and want to expand their research. A discussion on FEM, formulations, and techniques currently in use is followed up by machining case studies. Orthogonal cutting, oblique cutting, 3D simulations for turning and milling, grinding, and state-of-the-art topics such as high speed machining and micromachining are explained with relevant examples. This is all supported by a literature review and a reference list for further study. As FEM is a key method for researchers in the manufacturing and especially in the machining sector, Finite Element Method in Machining Processes is a key reference for students studying manufacturing processes but also for industry professionals.
This volume provides a comprehensive review of the essentials of the Therapeutic Community (TC) theory and its practical "whole person" approach to the treatment of substance abuse disorders and related problems. Part I outlines the perspective of the traditional views of the substance abuse disorder, the substance abuser, and the basic components of this approach. Part II explains the organizational structure of the TC, its work components, and the role of residents and staff. The chapters in Part III describe the essential activities of TC life that relate most directly to the recovery process and the goals of rehabilitation. The final part outlines how individuals change in the TC behaviorally, cognitively, and emotionally. This is an invaluable resource for all addictions professionals and students.
A Minimax Principle for Problems in Statistical Physics
Author: N. N. Bogolyubov
A Method for Studying Model Hamiltonians: A Minimax Principle for Problems in Statistical Physics centers on methods for solving certain problems in statistical physics which contain four-fermion interaction. Organized into four chapters, this book begins with a presentation of the proof of the asymptotic relations for the many-time correlation functions. Chapter 2 details the construction of a proof of the generalized asymptotic relations for the many-time correlation averages. Chapter 3 explains the correlation functions for systems with four-fermion negative interaction. The last chapter shows the model systems with positive and negative interaction components.
Educational Neuroscience provides an overview of the wide range of recent initiatives in educational neuroscience, examining a variety of methodological concerns, issues, and directions. Encourages interdisciplinary perspectives in educational neuroscience Contributions from leading researchers examine key issues relating to educational neuroscience and mind, brain, and education more generally Promotes a theoretical and empirical base for the subject area Explores a range of methods available to researchers Identifies agencies, organizations, and associations facilitating development in the field Reveals a variety of on-going efforts to establish theories, models, methods, ethics, and a common language
This book presents the topic of Transmission-Line Modeling (TLM) to a graduate or advanced undergraduate audience. It will also be suitable for computational electromagnetics specialists working in industry who wish to become familiar with this technique.Author Christos Christopoulos emphasizes the technique's physical concepts before embarking on a discussion of its mathematical developments. The work also provides simple straightforward suggestions for the development of models, which can then be programmed for further computation. Also included are sections with a strong mathematical flavor where there are clear methodological advantages, forming the basis for developing practical modeling tools. The main implementation of TLM is as a time-domain differential equation method but there are also TLM implementations in the frequency-domain. The emphasis of this book is on the time-domain TLM.
Database management is attracting wide interest in both academic and industrial contexts. New application areas such as CAD/CAM, geographic information systems, and multimedia are emerging. The needs of these application areas are far more complex than those of conventional business applications. The purpose of this book is to bring together a set of current research issues that addresses a broad spectrum of topics related to database systems and applications. The book is divided into four parts: - object-oriented databases, - temporal/historical database systems, - query processing in database systems, - heterogeneity, interoperability, open system architectures, multimedia database systems.
Introduction to the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) Method for Electromagnetics provides a comprehensive tutorial of the most widely used method for solving Maxwell's equations -- the Finite Difference Time-Domain Method. This book is an essential guide for students, researchers, and professional engineers who want to gain a fundamental knowledge of the FDTD method. It can accompany an undergraduate or entry-level graduate course or be used for self-study. The book provides all the background required to either research or apply the FDTD method for the solution of Maxwell's equations to practical problems in engineering and science. Introduction to the Finite-Difference Time-Domain (FDTD) Method for Electromagnetics guides the reader through the foundational theory of the FDTD method starting with the one-dimensional transmission-line problem and then progressing to the solution of Maxwell's equations in three dimensions. It also provides step by step guides to modeling physical sources, lumped-circuit components, absorbing boundary conditions, perfectly matched layer absorbers, and sub-cell structures. Post processing methods such as network parameter extraction and far-field transformations are also detailed. Efficient implementations of the FDTD method in a high level language are also provided. Table of Contents: Introduction / 1D FDTD Modeling of the Transmission Line Equations / Yee Algorithm for Maxwell's Equations / Source Excitations / Absorbing Boundary Conditions / The Perfectly Matched Layer (PML) Absorbing Medium / Subcell Modeling / Post Processing
General Methods and Overviews, Lung Carcinoma and Prostate Carcinoma
Author: M. A. Hayat
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Cancer is the leading cause of death, in the number of older cancer patients is after cardiovascular diseases, in the expected. Approximately, 77% of all types United States. A total of ? 1,399,790 new of cancers are diagnosed in persons of 55 cancer cases and ? 564,830 deaths were years and older. It was estimated that o- reported in the year 2006 in the country. third of the 559,650 cancer deaths in 2007 Approximately, one in every two men and in the United States were related to ov- one in every three women in the country weight or obesity, physical inactivity, and will have some type of cancer during nutrition, and thus could also be prevented their lifetime. Healthcare costs exceed (Am. Cancer Society, 2007). However, 1. 7 trillion dollars per year in the United in developed countries, including United States, which is ? 15% of the country’s States, the average person of 65 years can gross domestic product. expect to live another 15 years in a fairly Tobacco use is the most serious prevent- good health. Persons of 75 or 85 years old able cause of cancer. Tobacco use causes have an average expectancy of 10 and 6 cancer of the lung, throat, mouth, pancreas, years, respectively. urinary bladder, stomach, liver, kidney, and During the last three decades, intensive other types. Passive smoking causes lung clinical research has resulted in reduced cancer.
Applied Data Analysis and Modeling for Energy Engineers and Scientists fills an identified gap in engineering and science education and practice for both students and practitioners. It demonstrates how to apply concepts and methods learned in disparate courses such as mathematical modeling, probability,statistics, experimental design, regression, model building, optimization, risk analysis and decision-making to actual engineering processes and systems. The text provides a formal structure that offers a basic, broad and unified perspective,while imparting the knowledge, skills and confidence to work in data analysis and modeling. This volume uses numerous solved examples, published case studies from the author’s own research, and well-conceived problems in order to enhance comprehension levels among readers and their understanding of the “processes”along with the tools.
In this book on mathematical programming, the postulate spacial-time certainty of economic process at uncertainty conditions in finite-dimensional vector space and the principle piecewise-linear homogeneity of economic process at uncertainty conditions in finite-dimensional vector space are first suggested. A special theory on constructing piecewise-linear economic-mathematical models was developed, and a criterion of multivariate prediction of economic process and their control at uncertainty conditions in a finite-dimensional vector space was suggested. A packet of numerical programs for computer simulation in constructing and multivariate prediction of economic state with the help of n-element piecewise-linear economic-mathematical models with regard to the uncertainty factors effect in m-dimensional vector space is also suggested. This book is intended for students of economic and administrative specialties as well as for research associates in the sphere of economic-mathematical methods, management, and banking.
Part of the International Series in Mathematics Mathematical Modeling for the Scientific Method is intended for the sophomore/junior-level student seeking to be well-grounded in mathematical modeling for their studies in biology, the physical sciences, engineering, and/or medicine. It clarifies the connection between deductive and inductive reasoning as used in Mathematics and Science and urges students to think critically about concepts and applications. The authors’ goal is to be introductory in level while covering a broad range of techniques. They unite topics in statistics, linear algebra, calculus, and differential equations, while discussing how these subjects are interrelated and utilized. Mathematical Modeling for the Scientific Method leaves students with a clearer perspective of the role of mathematics within the sciences and the understanding of how to rationally work through even rigorous applications with ease.