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- Muir, Tracey; Geiger, Vince: The affordances of using a flipped classroom approach in the teaching of mathematics: a case study of a grade 10 mathematics class (2016)
- Qu, Haidong; Liu, Xuan: A numerical method for solving fractional differential equations by using neural network (2015)
- Tawfik, Andrew A; Lilly, Christopher: Using a flipped classroom approach to support problem-based learning (2015)
- Muir, Tracey: Google, Mathletics and Khan Academy: students’ self-initiated use of online mathematical resources (2014)
- Stein, Martin (ed.): EVA-CBTM: Evaluation of computer based online training programs for mathematics (2012)
- Jamil, Muhammad; Khan, Najeeb Alam: Slip effects on fractional viscoelastic fluids (2011)
- Raja, Muhammad Asif Zahoor; Khan, Junaid Ali; Qureshi, Ijaz Mansoor: Solution of fractional order system of Bagley-Torvik equation using evolutionary computational intelligence (2011)
- Shim, Jooyong; Sohn, Insuk; Kim, Sujong; Lee, Jae Won; Green, Paul E.; Hwang, Changha: Selecting marker genes for cancer classification using supervised weighted kernel clustering and the support vector machine (2009)