This report describes a simplified method of computing. Lagrangian coefficients for curvilinear interpolation, which may be used when tables of Lagrangian coefficients are not available or when tables are available but the coefficients are not tabulated for the exact fraction of the interval to which the interpolation is to be made.
Remarkably little is known about the cognitive processes which are employed in the solution of clinical problems. This paucity of information is probably accounted for in large part by the lack of suitable analytic tools for the study of the physician's thought processes. Here we report on the use of the computer as a laboratory for the study of clinical… (More)
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