




An Active Learning Method using the Problem of
Optimum Saury Layout on a Gridiron by Using the Interdisciplinary
Scientific Methods














The International Conference on Electrical Engineering 2016
(ICEE2016), PID90310, pp.16, July 37, 2016, Okinawa, Japan.






Even
though we use a simple but ridiculous problem finding the optimum
saury baking layout on a fish gridiron by Joule heat, we can invoke
the interest to science by combining electrical engineering, linear
algebra and probability viewpoints. These elements are, use of
solving linear equation and Poisson's equation, and applying the
central limit theorem to this situation. In addition, by removing
the constraints, we can create a new problem free from our common
sense. Presenting funny but essential problems could be another
aspect for active learning. 




active
learning, network equation, Poisson equation, central limit
theorem, saury baking. 








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