What we observe could be data displayed graphically or some event in the real world.
If a problem exists and children at play are in danger, it could be considered negligence if a reasonable action is not taken to minimize the impact. Not putting something in place may result in a tragedy.
So naturally, the problem statement may require revising multiple times as we move through and analyze the empirical data.
A model can be defined as an equation like 1 + 1 = 2, except in our situation it’s not that quite mathematical. Two is the result of 1 + 1. The problem we have defined in the previous blogs has a result of vehicles speeding through our neighborhood. Based on the information we have…
So many problems, not enough solvers