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  1. Virtualización en la educación: laboratorio portátil de redes

    Barrionuevo, Mercedes; Gil, Cristian; Giribaldi, Matías; Suárez, Christopher; Taffermaberry, Carlos
    El principal objetivo de la virtualización es la reproducción completa de una red de computadoras físicas en software, pudiendo trabajar con dispositivos y servicios de red lógicos. Ayudar a la metodología de enseñanza tradicional mediante la experimentación usando un laboratorio virtual y portátil permitirá realizar pruebas en cualquier momento y lugar. LPR (Laboratorio Portátil de Redes) es una herramienta que permite realizar un ambiente virtualizado de redes de computadoras permitiendo conectar, configurar y comunicar máquinas clientes y servidores. Su objetivo es permitirle al alumno un ambiente apto para verificar el correcto funcionamiento de los servicios de red que se necesiten....

  2. Uso de controladores difusos en el proceso de evaluación en matemática

    Lombardo, Graciela C.; Marinelli, Marcelo
    Este trabajo es un avance del proyecto de investigación “Uso de la Lógica Difusa en el Proceso de Evaluación”. El objetivo fue utilizar técnicas de inteligencia artificial para obtener un sistema de calificaciones que se adapte al desempeño de los alumnos durante el cursado de una asignatura. Se optó por la lógica difusa debido a su interpretabilidad y adaptabilidad a los requerimientos del experto. Los objetos de estudio fueron las evaluaciones de una asignatura del Profesorado en Matemática de la Universidad Nacional de Misiones, correspondientes a la cohorte 2016. Para la implementación de este sistema se diseñaron controladores difusos tipo...

  3. Proyecto Jardín : introducción al razonamiento abstracto y a la resolución de problemas en educación secundaria a través de la experimentación en geometría

    Díez Rodríguez, José Luis
    La enseñanza de la geometría en la educación secundaria (12,13 años) es considerada la mejor herramienta para que el estudiante adquiera competencias clave en su desarrollo, como la visión espacial, el razonamiento lógico y la resolución de problemas de la vida real. A pesar de ello se imparte en la mayoría de los países, y desde hace décadas, como un listado de algoritmos y de pasos para construir dibujos, que el alumno debe memorizar sin razonar, y en un contexto abstracto completamente ajeno a su utilidad práctica o a su relación con el mundo real. El resultado es una asignatura...

  4. Characterizations of Preferential Entailments

    Moinard, Yves; Rolland, Raymond
    A preferential entailment is defined by a binary relation, or «preference relation». This relation may be among interpretations, or sets of interpretations, or among «states» which are «copies» of interpretations or of sets of interpretations. This provides four kinds of preferential entailments. The paper deals mainly with propositional logic, however it describes also the situation in first order logic. For instance, the third notion presented above can be seen as a way to simulate the main aspects of the simplest first notion when it is defined in the predicate calculus, while staying in the propositional calculus. Indeed, the third notion...

  5. Propositional Circumscriptions

    Moinard, Yves; Rolland, Raymond
    Circumscription formalizes in terms of classical logic various aspects of common sense reasoning: exceptions are made as rare as possible from the given knowledge. We give the main properties of the reasoning thanks to circumscriptions. We provide various counter-examples to prove some counter-properties. We restrict our study to propositional circumscriptions, and we show that even in this case, things are not that easy. We evoke the predicate calculus case, showing that the propositional case suffices to get a good understanding of the logical properties of circumscriptions in any case. As we stick to traditional circumscriptions, we have adapted significantly the...

  6. Logic Epistemology and the Unity of Science

    Rahman, Shahid

  7. A non normal logic for a wonderful world and more

    Rahman, Shahid

  8. Interrogative Logic and Research Agendas in Epistemic Change

    Genot, Emmanuel

  9. The Two-Sidedness and the Rationalistic Ideal of Formal Logic: Husserl and Gödel.

    Cassou-Noguès, Pierre

  10. Comparative Remarks on Dialogical Logic and Game-Theoretical Semantics.

    Tulenheimo, Tero

  11. Vagueness: A Guide.

    Ronzitti, Giuseppina
    This volume analyzes and studies how vagueness occurs and matters as a specific problem in the context of theories that are primarily about something else. After an introductory chapter on the Sorites paradox by Dominic Hyde, in which the author exposes the various forms the paradox can take and some of the responses that have been pursued, the book proceeds with Jonathan Lowe's chapter on vagueness and metaphysics. In it, Lowe explores some important questions concerning vagueness that arise in connection with the deployment of certain key metaphysical notions such as the notions of an object, of identity, of constitution,...

  12. The Realism-Antirealism Debate in the Age of Alternative Logics

    Rahman, Shahid; Primiero, Giuseppe; Marion, Mathieu
    The relation between logic and knowledge has been at the heart of a lively debate since the 1960s. On the one hand, the epistemic approaches based their formal arguments in the mathematics of Brouwer and intuitionistic logic. Following Michael Dummett, they started to call themselves 'antirealists'. Others persisted with the formal background of the Frege-Tarski tradition, where Cantorian set theory is linked via model theory to classical logic. Jaakko Hintikka tried to unify both traditions by means of what is now known as 'explicit epistemic logic'. Under this view, epistemic contents are introduced into the object language as operators yielding...

  13. On Some Logic Games in Their Philosophical Context

    Tulenheimo, Tero
    In the present paper Hintikka's game-theoretical semantics and the dialogical logic of Lorenzen and Lorenz are discussed and compared from the viewpoint of their underlying philosophical meaning theories. The question of whether the proposed meaning theories can be claimed to suffer from circularity is taken up. The relations of the two frameworks to verificationist and anti-realist ideas are considered. Finally, van Heijenoort's concept of 'logic as calculus' generalized by Hintikka to the idea of 'language as calculus' will be reformulated as a view we label 'anti-universalism.' We discuss briefly the fourfold division of foundational views obtained by relating a distinction...

  14. Negation in the logic of first-degree entailment and tonk. A dialogical Study.

    Rahman, Shahid

  15. Dialogues and Monologues In Logic.

    Rahman, Shahid

  16. Logic of Knowledge. Preface

    Rahman, Shahid

  17. Dialogical Connexive Logic

    Rahman, Shahid; Rückert (u. Mannheim), H.

  18. New Perspectives in Dialogical Logic

    Rahman, Shahid

  19. The Beetle in the Box: Exploring IF-Dialogues

    Rahman, Shahid; Dégremont, C.

  20. Appositive Relative Clauses and their Competing Allostructures in English: an Information- Packaging Approach

    Loock, Rudy
    The goal of this paper is to compare appositive relative clauses (henceforth ARCs) to other structures that convey the same information, in order to determine the morphosyntactic, semantic and above all pragmatic factors conditioning the choice of structure. Alternatives to ARCs examined here include sentential parentheticals, juxtaposed/coordinated independent clauses, adverbials or noun modifiers which, along with ARCs, can be considered competing allostructures representing the different possible syntactic realizations of the same informational, logico-semantic content. Setting register-related phenomena aside so that they do not interfere with the results, the paper investigates several parameters like the hierarchization of the informational contents (and...

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