„There are many variables intertwined in every problem and components of all the variable involved have to be carefully studied. Forming solutions by studying and synthesizing the relationship among key variables seems to be very much in need. The ability to identify a meaning from observable and obtained data is the core of human characteristics in such changing society. Hence, inductive thinking has to be instilled in every learner for a productive citizenship in the changing world of tomorrow.“

citizenship in the changing world of tomorrow.

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—  James Tobin American economist 1918 - 2002

Tobin, James. " Estimation of relationships for limited dependent variables http://cowles.econ.yale.edu/P/cp/p01a/p0117.pdf." Econometrica: journal of the Econometric Society (1958): 24-36.
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„The classical theory of probability was devoted mainly to a study of the gamble's gain, which is again a random variable; in fact, every random variable can be interpreted as the gain of a real or imaginary gambler in a suitable game.“

—  William Feller Croatian-American mathematician 1906 - 1970

Quelle: An Introduction To Probability Theory And Its Applications (Third Edition), Chapter IX, Random Variables; Expectation, p. 212.

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„It is hoped that systematic study of the light changes of all the variables, nearly two thousand in number, in the two Magellanic Clouds may soon be undertaken at this Observatory.“

—  Henrietta Swan Leavitt astronomer 1868 - 1921

Periods of 25 Variable Stars in the Small Magellanic Cloud http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1912HarCi.173....1L (1912)

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„Daddy says that, in a dilemma, it is helpful to change any variable, then reexamine the problem.“

—  Robert A. Heinlein, buch Have Space Suit—Will Travel

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—  J.M.W. Turner British Romantic landscape painter, water-colourist, and printmaker 1775 - 1851

Quote from Turner's lectures, 1811; as cited in Life and Work of J.M.W. Turner, Andrew Wilton; London: Academy Editions, 1979; as quoted in 'A brief history of weather in European landscape art', John E. Thornes, in Weather Volume 55, Issue 10 Oct. 2000, p. 367-368
In 1811 already Turner gave his first lectures as Professor of Perspective; in one of his lectures he spoke of the advantages of the British climate for landscape artists
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„Because of the variables and the complexity of their interaction, the data assembled by descriptive musicology yield relatively few observable regularities.“

—  Leonard B. Meyer American composer and philosopher 1918 - 2007

"Universalism and Relativism in the Study of Ethnic music", Ethnomusicology 4, no. 2:49-54 (1960); reprinted in Reading in Ethnomusicology, p. 270-71.

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„A linguistic variable is a variable whose values are words or sentences in a natural or synthetic language.“

—  Lotfi A. Zadeh Electrical engineer and computer scientist 1921 - 2017

Variante: A linguistic variable is defined as a variable whose values are sentences in a natural or artificial language.
Quelle: 1970s, Outline of a new approach to the analysis of complex systems and decision processes (1973), p. 28

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—  William Feller Croatian-American mathematician 1906 - 1970

Quelle: An Introduction To Probability Theory And Its Applications (Third Edition), Chapter X, Law Of large Numbers, p. 253.

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