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SYNTHETIC THINKING IN (SPORTS) SCIENCE: THE SELF- ORGANIZATION OF THE SCIENTIFIC LANGUAGE

@inproceedings{Hristovski2013SYNTHETICTI,
  title={SYNTHETIC THINKING IN (SPORTS) SCIENCE: THE SELF- ORGANIZATION OF THE SCIENTIFIC LANGUAGE},
  author={R. Hristovski},
  year={2013}
}
  • R. Hristovski
  • Published 2013
  • Geography
  • We present a phenomenological model outline of self-organization in the scientific conceptual space with emphasis of the position of sport sciences. The obtained model has a rugged structure of basins of attraction and the learning dynamics is defined as a hopping of the learning system within the confined general basin of attraction. The paper examines how changes in the conceptual space change the structure and the dynamics of exploratory behaviour of learners. When concepts of higher… CONTINUE READING

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