Home | Mind Maps | Math Models

Activate Flash plugin or Javascript and reload to view the Mind map of Math Models, Online Mind Map.

To see a note: Hover over a note button. To Pan: click and drag the map canvas. To Fold/Unfold: click a branch. To link: click a red arrow.

Mindmap Instructions: To see a note, hover over a note button above. To scroll the mindmap above, click and drag the map's background and move it around , or click on background and use the arrow keys. To link to another page, click a link button above. To Fold/Unfold a node, click the node or right click a Node and select Fold/Unfold all from Node. Buttons above: Search, Go to, Zoom in or CTRL '+', Zoom out or CTRL '-', Reset (center), Shadow On/ Off, FreeMind, BG color.


Mathematical Models Mindmap

Mathematical Model: A mathematical representation of a process, device, or concept by means of a number of variables which are defined to represent the inputs, outputs, and internal states of the device or process, and a set of equations and inequalities describing the interaction of these variables. A mathematical theory or system together with its axioms.

A mathematical model is an abstract model that uses mathematical language to describe the behavior of a system.

Mind Map: A mind map is a diagram used to represent words, ideas, tasks or other items linked to and arranged radially around a central key word or idea. It is used to generate, visualize, structure and classify ideas, and as an aid in study, organization, problem solving, and decision.


Last updated: April 7, 2007.

Home | Geometry | Mind Maps | Math Mind Maps | Academic Disciplines | Email