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Keldysh Institute preprints, 2002, 073 (Mi ipmp1047)  

Celestial mechanics computer training program. Concept and structure

T. A. Ignatyuk, V. E. Pavlovsky, V. A. Proshkin


Abstract: In the paper conception and basic principles of forming of computer training program structure based on the scheme of controlled base of tasks are stated. Features of program implementation of such integrated application are discussed. Description of the computer training program on celestial mechanics developed on the basis of the structure proposed is represented.

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Citation: T. A. Ignatyuk, V. E. Pavlovsky, V. A. Proshkin, “Celestial mechanics computer training program. Concept and structure”, Keldysh Institute preprints, 2002, 073

Citation in format AMSBIB
\Bibitem{IgnPavPro02}
\by T.~A.~Ignatyuk, V.~E.~Pavlovsky, V.~A.~Proshkin
\paper Celestial mechanics computer training program. Concept and structure
\jour Keldysh Institute preprints
\yr 2002
\papernumber 073
\mathnet{http://mi.mathnet.ru/ipmp1047}


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