Interdisciplinary integration for differential equations studyby electrical engineering students

Kvitka, Tetyana and Квітка, Тетяна Володимирівна and Квитка, Татьяна Владимировна (2018) Interdisciplinary integration for differential equations studyby electrical engineering students. Фізико-математична освіта: науковий журнал. Вип. 2(16) / Сумський державний педагогічний університет імені А.С.Макаренка, Фізико-математичний факультет редкол.: О.В.Семеніхіна [та ін.]. – Суми: [СумДПУ ім. А.С.Макаренка], 2018. – 162с, 16 (2). pp. 51-57. ISSN 2413-158Х (online) 2413-1571 (print)


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Modern management practices require professionals to be able to find optimal solutions for a limited time in a changing environment. It is clear that the decisive role in the ability to solve such problems is to study at a higher educational institution, where the relevant basic and professional knowledge is laid. At the same time, there is a tendency to reduce the attention of the higher education students of electrical engineering specialties for mastering higher mathematics as a fundamental discipline. Moreover, the principles of the systematic approach, under which the mastering of professional knowledge must fully apply the knowledge of fundamental disciplines with the help of modern computer technologies and corresponding complexes of mathematical programs. As one of the possible ways to overcome these difficulties, a model of interdisciplinary integration is proposed in the study of differential equations by higher education graduates of electrical engineering specialties. According to this model, the study of the professional discipline "Theoretical Foundations of Electrical Engineering" should actively rely on knowledge of the relevant sections of higher mathematics, in particular the course "Differential Equations". Moreover, the necessity of studying the section "Operational calculus" is substantiated, which allows not only to simplify the mastery of the specialized discipline "Theoretical foundations of electrical engineering," but also to increase the efficiency of the application of modern computer technologies, in particular, the mathematical package Mathcad. It is emphasized the importance of applying Laplace transformations to the solution of differential equations using the mathematical package Mathcad, which avoids cumbersome computations that require significant time expenditures. It also emphasizes the possibility of visual representation of solutions of differential equations using graphs in the mathematical package Mathcad, which opens another channel of convenient perception of information, which simplifies the study of professional discipline "Theoretical foundations of electrical engineering."A methodological approach is propose don the basis of the developed model, that allows not only to supplement the higher education curriculum with the higher education curriculum of the electrical engineering of the relevant sections of higher mathematics but in the dialogue with the computer, using the mathematical package Mathcad, to perform typical calculations in the form of applied tasks in the study of professional Disciplines "Theoretical Foundations of Electrical Engineering".

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: model, integration, differential equations, operational calculus, Laplace transforms, computer technologies, mathematical packages, visual images
Subjects: Research materials > Journal articles
Research materials > Journal articles > Natural Sciences
Divisions: Educational and Scientific Institute of Hospitality Industry and Tourism > Department of Engineering Disciplines and Equipment
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Date Deposited: 18 Sep 2018 12:46
Last Modified: 07 Aug 2019 11:13

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