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How to Be Creative: A Practical Guide for the Mathematical Sciences

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How to Be Creative: A Practical Guide for the Mathematical Sciences by Nicolas Higham and Dennis Sherwood gives a six-step process for generating great ideas that can be used by individuals or groups, provides examples demonstrating how these concepts have been or might be used in practice in the mathematical sciences, and presents seven cases of tried and tested briefs that can be used at creativity workshops.

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By Nicolas Higham and Dennis Sherwood Building on the authors’ many years of experience running creativity workshops, How to Be Creative: A Practical Guide for the Mathematical Sciences gives a six-step process for generating great ideas that can be used by individuals or groups, provides examples demonstrating how these concepts have been or might be used in practice in the mathematical sciences, and presents seven cases of tried and tested briefs that can be used at creativity workshops. With mathematically oriented models, this book is for anyone in the mathematical sciences who wants to be more creative or who wishes to train others in creativity.
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