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Your problem may not be that difficult

We hear a lot about how a person should handle their problems, without any specific definition of what count as a problem. also without giving any clue about what handling means. 876 more words

Random Thoughts

Good leaders don’t say much...

Ever hear the saying that some people talk just to hear themselves talk?  It’s really bad when that person thinks that talking a lot makes them a good leader. 406 more words

Leadership

A FUZZY MODEL FOR ANALOGICAL PROBLEM SOLVING

A FUZZY MODEL FOR ANALOGICAL PROBLEM SOLVING
Michael Gr. Voskoglou
School of Technological Applications Graduate Technological Educational Institute, Patras, Greece

ABSTRACT

In this paper we develop a fuzzy model for the description of the process of Analogical Reasoning by representing its main steps as fuzzy subsets of a set of linguistic labels characterizing the individuals’ performance in each step and we use the Shannon- Wiener diversity index as a measure of the individuals’ abilities in analogical problem solving. 72 more words

When all that common sense and good advice make you crazy


Common sense and advice are well and good…when highly supervised and vigilantly filtered.

Otherwise, one day you wake up and you feel like you’re in someone else’s life – surrounded by stuff someone else arranged, carrying guilt that doesn’t belong to you, thinking thoughts that aren’t yours, trying to meet absurd standards, in ways that aren’t who you are either. 514 more words

Life

Looming deadlines

You have a task due very shortly. You are heavily pressured to meet the schedule. What would you do? Cut corners and get it done as soon as possible? 136 more words

Daily Writing