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Digital Object Identifier (DOI) : 10.14569/IJARAI.2015.040708
Article Published in International Journal of Advanced Research in Artificial Intelligence(IJARAI), Volume 4 Issue 7, 2015.
Abstract: Learning spaces are broadly defined as spaces with a noteworthy bearing on learning. They can be physical or virtual, as well as formal and informal. The formal ones are customary understood to be traditional classrooms or technologically en-hanced active learning classrooms while the informal learning spaces can be libraries, lounges, caf´es, etc.. Students’ as well as lecturers’ preferences to learning spaces along with the effects of these preferences on teaching and learning have been broadly discussed by many researchers. Yet, little is done to employ mathematical methods for drawing conclusions from available data as well as investigating changes in known statements after new data is added. To do this we suggest use of ordering rules and ordered sets theories.
Sylvia Encheva, “Changes in Known Statements After New Data is Added” International Journal of Advanced Research in Artificial Intelligence(IJARAI), 4(7), 2015. http://dx.doi.org/10.14569/IJARAI.2015.040708