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- Conduct deductive reasoning on a simple topic model(PDF)

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- Yukari Shirota, Takako Hashimoto, and Sakurako Suzuki. "Knowledge Visualization of Reasoning for Financial Mathematics with Statistical Theorems." Databases in Networked Information Systems. LNCS 8381,Springer International Publishing, 2014. 132-143.

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- Given a word problem of business mathematics, students in my class will have to initially write down the given data and the unknown. We think that one of the most significant objectives of mathematics lectures is to cultivate student's reasoning skills and we use in our classes our original heuristics methods named Inference Engine Method. An inference engine is a kernel of an expert system that holds rule databases like a formula database. Students are supposed to think and behave like an inference engine while conducting the deduction. Given a mathematics word problem, the students will first have to write down the given data and the unknown of the problem. Then they will fing the missing link between them.
- Solution Plan Generator: We have developed a system which automatically draws the solution plan graphs. The system consists of formula databases and a solution plan graph generator. For example, the given data are "Times", "cTimes", "c", "F", "N", and "PV" which are laid out on the top of the graph, and the unknown is "r" that is laid out on the bottom of the graph. MAXIMA and graphviz are used.
- Yukari Shirota: Plausible Deductive Reasoning Plan for Business Mathematics Learners-Solution Plan Graph Generator-, Proc. of 2nd Uncertainty Reasoning and Knowledge Engineering(URKE2012),IEEE, Jakarta, August 14-15, 2012, pp.5-8.
- E-R Diagram of Bond Math Formulas: That is all you need.
- Yukari Shirota et al.: A Concept Model for Solving Bond Mathematics Problems, Edited by Jaak Henno, Yasushi Kiyoki, Takehiro Tokuda, Hannu Jaakkola, Naofumi Yoshida, Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications, Volume 237, 2012, Information Modelling and Knowledge Bases XXIII, pp.271-286.

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