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Belgrade, Serbia | August 26-28, 2018VAUM.MONDAY, August 2708:00 - 08:15Bus transfer to the Workshop venue - "Palata Serbia”(from the Crowne Plaza Hotel)08:00 - 08:30Registration and welcome coffeeOPENING NOTES BY THE ORGANIZERS• Zoran Obradović, L. H. Carnell Professor of Data Analytics; Director, Center for DataAnalytics and Biomedical Informatics; Professor, Computer and Information SciencesDepartment; Professor, Statistical Science Department, Fox School of Business, TempleUniversity, USA, Workshop General Chair08:30 - 08:45• Aleksandra Drecun, President, - Center for Science and Innovation,Serbia; Board Director, European Science Engagement Association, Harvard AADirector for Europe, Co-organizer, New Collaborations and Engagement Chair• Zoran Ognjanović, Director, Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Artsand Sciences, Serbia, Local Co-chair•Silvia Ghilezan, Professor, University of Novi Sad, Serbia, Local Co-chair08:45 - 09:15WELCOME NOTES· Mladen Šarcević, Minister of Science, Education and Technological Developmentat the Government of the Republic of Serbia• Vladimir Kostić, President, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts• Ivanka Popović, Vice-Rector for International Cooperation and Rector Elect 2018,University of Belgrade, SerbiaH. E. Kyle R. Scott, Ambassador of the United States of America to SerbiaMINI-TRACK A: DATA SCIENCE FOUNDATIONS - USAChair: Andre Ščedrov, Chair, Mathematics Department, University of Pennsylvania, USASpeakers:Srinivasan Parthasarathy, Professor, Computer Science and Biomedical Informatics,Ohio State University, USA"Towards Explainable and Efficient Learning Systems"09:15 - 10:45Tina Eliassi-Rad, Associate Professor, Computer Science, Northeastern University, USA"Just Machine Learning"Huzefa Rangwala, Associate Professor, Computer Science, George Mason University, USA"Structured Prediction: Data Analytics Meets Applications"10:45 - 11:15Break & Posterstuduntod ArtМинистарство провете,

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Belgrade, Serbia | August 26-28, 2018MONDAY, August 27MINI-TRACK A: DATA SCIENCE FOUNDATIONS - SERBIA AND REGIONChair: Chair: Ljupčo kocarev, Academician, Macedonian Academy of Sciences andArts; Full Professor at the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Ss. Cyriland Methodius University in Skopje, MacedoniaSpeakers:11:15 - 12:15Ljupco Todorovski, Professor, Department of Knowledge Technologies, Jožef StefanInstitute and Faculty of Public Administration, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia"Meta-Model Framework for Surrogate-Based Optimization with Machine Learning"Nataša Krejić, Professor, Mathematics and Informatics Department, Faculty of Sciences,University of Novi Sad, Serbia"Continuous optimization methods in distributed environmentMINI-TRACK A: DATA SCIENCE FOUNDATIONS - NEW VOICES SHORT TALKSChair: Boris Delibašić, Professor, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, Universityof Belgrade, SerbiaSpeakers:Martin Pavlovski, Ph.D. student, Computer & Information Science, Temple University, USA"Generalization-Aware Structured Regression towards Balancing Bias and Variance"12:15 - 12:30Tijana Vujičić, Teaching Assistant, Information Technology Department, MediterraneanUniversity, Montenegro"Gaussian conditional random fields extended for directed graphs”Vladisav Jelisavčić, Research Assistant, Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academyof Sciences and Arts, Serbia“Fast Learning of Scale-Free Networks Based on Cholesky Factorization”LUNCHAFTER-LUNCH PRESENTATIONS:1. MATHEMATICAL RESEARCH ECO-SYSTEM IN SERBIAZoran Marković, Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts,12:30 - 14:00 | Serbia"Mathematical Research Ecosystem in Serbia2. CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES RESEARCH ECO-SYSTEM IN SERBIAMiodrag Mihaljević, Deputy Director, Mathematical Institute of the Serbian Academyof Sciences and Arts, SerbianonArtМинтақво првете,Heyke Techonowkor pasofa


Les tables de multiplication imprimables sont disponibles de 1x à 12x.

Chaque tableau de tableau des temps peut être téléchargé gratuitement.

Chacun imprime sur une seule feuille A4.

Cliquez simplement sur un tableau de temps ci-dessous pour voir et télécharger.

Pour certains enfants, le fait de ne pas connaître leurs tables de multiplication peut ralentir leurs progrès une fois qu'ils arrivent au collège / lycée. Comme nous le savons tous, la pratique rend parfait, mais cela peut devenir ennuyeux.

Alors, comment pouvons-nous installer ces compétences de base dans la tête de nos enfants sans les désactiver?

Ces tables de multiplication imprimables sont parfaites pour l'enseignant de classe ou le parent enseignant à domicile.

Ils sont colorés et de bonne taille pour coller sur le mur, le placard, le réfrigérateur ou partout où ils seront visibles par les apprenants.

Lorsque nous multiplions deux nombres, peu importe le nombre
premier ou deuxième, la réponse est toujours la même.

Tables de multiplication imprimables

tables de multiplication pdf

Par conséquent, chaque table de multiplication est présentée au format 1 x et x 1 pour démontrer que l'ordre différent des nombres produit le même résultat.

Toutes mes tables de multiplication imprimables peuvent être téléchargées, imprimées et utilisées gratuitement.

Si vous préférez quelque chose de plus durable et ne souhaitez pas imprimer le vôtre, cette affiche de table des temps, disponible à l'achat sur Amazon, est une excellente alternative à un prix abordable.

D'une taille de 24 x 16 ", cette grande affiche plastifiée constitue un outil d'apprentissage attrayant à installer sur le mur.

Les tableaux de temps de 1 à 12 sont affichés. Parfait pour les salles de classe et les chambres.

Pourquoi l'apprentissage des tables de multiplication est important
Nous utilisons la multiplication dans notre vie de tous les jours. Lorsque nous faisons des courses, nous aimons souvent comparer le coût d'articles similaires ou combien il en coûtera pour acheter plusieurs articles.

Je lutte constamment contre les prix des emballages des supermarchés pour déterminer si mes yaourts préférés sont à un bon prix.

Mes enfants adorent notre confiserie locale. Je leur donne 50 pence et je leur laisse déterminer combien de leurs bonbons préférés ils peuvent acheter si chacun coûte 5 pence.

Lorsque nous cuisinons et que nous devons préparer notre recette gagnante pour un nombre déterminé de convives, nous devons savoir comment multiplier les quantités pour nous assurer de produire suffisamment de nourriture.

La multiplication est utilisée chaque jour de notre vie, que nous en soyons conscients ou non.

Oui, nous pouvons avoir des téléphones intelligents et des appareils mobiles avec des calculatrices, mais il est essentiel d'avoir la capacité d'effectuer rapidement une multiplication de base dans nos têtes.

La multiplication est la base de l'apprentissage de différents aspects des mathématiques tels que la division, l'algèbre, la multiplication longue et les fractions.

Ces tables de multiplication imprimables sont une aide précieuse pour aider les apprenants à se souvenir de leurs tables de multiplication.

L'article suivant "Comment maîtriser les tables de multiplication pour les enfants" publié par telegraph.co.uk est une lecture intéressante et peut ramener quelques souvenirs de la façon dont vous avez appris vos tables de multiplication.


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Belgrade, Serbia | August 26-28, 2018MONDAY, August 27MINI-TRACK B: BIG DATA AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES - USAChair: Nitesh Chawla, Professor Computer Science and Engineering, Director NetworkScience Center, University of Notre Dame, USASpeakers:Auroop R. Ganguly, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering, NortheasternUniversity, USA"Intelligent Climate Adaptation and Resilient Engineering (1-CARE)"14:00 - 15:30Jose Moura, Associate Head, Electrical & Computer Engineering, Carnegie MellonUniversity, and IEEE 2018 President Elect, USA"Graph Signal Processing"Krishna Narayanan, Professor Electrical and Computer Engineering,Texas A&M University, USA“A Sub-linear Time Algorithm for Substring Matching in Big Data"15:30 - 16:00 | Break & PostersMINI-TRACK B:BIG DATA AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES - SERBIA AND REGIONChair: Yiannis Kompatsiaris, Senior Researcher, Information Technologies Institute,Centre for Research and Technology, Hellas, GreeceSpeakers:16:00 - 17:00Igor Mishkovski, Associate Professor, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Macedonia"Big Data for Urban Traffic Management Control (UTMC) systems in Smart Cities"Slobodan Vukosavić, Professor, School of Electrical Engineering, University of Belgrade,Serbia"Critical Infrastructure Challenges: Paradigm Shift in Electrical PowerSystems - A Prospective from Belgrade" more infoMINI-TRACK B:BIG DATA AND CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURES - NEW VOICES SHORT TALKSChair: Miodrag Mihaljević, Research Professor, Mathematical Institute of the SerbianAcademy of Sciences and Arts, SerbiaSpeakers:17:00 - 17:15Cristian Jara-Figueroa, Ph.D. Student, MIT Media Lab, Massachusetts Institute ofTechnology, USA"The role of industry, occupation, and location specific knowledge in thesurvival of new firmsVladimir Zdraveski, Assistant Professor, Ss. Cyril and Methodius University, Macedonia"An ICT framework for addressing sustainable development” more infoVuk Malbaša, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Technical Sciences, University of Novi Sad,Serbia"Voltage Stability Prediction Using Active Machine Learning”KhemaltohmBaliondМинжторытворовете,HYKE TEXHolowkor pessoa

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Belgrade, Serbia | August 26-28, 2018AVAMONDAY, August 2717:15 - 17:30 | Break & PostersTRACKS A AND B JOINT PANEL ON INTERNATIONAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARYCOLLABORATIONCo-chair and moderator: Boris Delibašić, Professor, Faculty of Organizational Sciences,University of Belgrade, SerbiaPanelists:Andre Ščedrov, Chair, Mathematics Department, University of Pennsylvania, USANitesh Chawla, Professor Computer Science and Engineering, Director NetworkScience Center, University of Notre Dame, USA17:30 - 18:15• Ljupčo Kocarev, Academician, Macedonian Academy of Sciences and Arts; FullProfessor at the Faculty of Computer Science and Engineering, Ss. Cyril and MethodiusUniversity in Skopje, Macedonia• Yiannis Kompatsiaris, Senior Researcher, Information Technologies Institute,Centre for Research and Technology, Hellas, GreeceAleksandar Kavčić, Adjunct Professor, Carnegie Mellon University, USASanjay Chawla, Research Director at Global Analytics, Qatar Computing ResearchInstitute, Qatar18:30 - 19:00Bus transfer to the dinner venueFORMAL DINNER AT THE ROYAL PALACEfor all speakers, for other participants19:00 - 22:00(by invitation only)WELCOME NOTE: H. R. H. Crown Prince Alexander KaradjordjevićAR2211629hedeloft. AadwyBinondArtМинжартвопроқВете.Нуки Технолошког развоја

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Belgrade, Serbia | August 26-28, 2018TUESDAY, August 2808:00 - 8:15i BUS TRANSFER TO THE WORKSHOP VENUE: PALACE SERBIA (PALATA SRBIJA)(start at Crowne Plaza Hotel)REGISTRATION AND OPENING REMARKS08:15 - 8:3008:30 - 9:00GUIDED TOUR (ART, HISTORY AND POLITICS) OF THE PALACE SERBIAMINI-TRACK C: BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS - USAChair: Predrag Radivojac, Professor, Computer Science and Statistics, Indiana University,USASpeakers:08:15 - 8:30Manolis Kellis, Professor, Computer Science and Computational Biology, MIT and BroadInstitute of Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Harvard University, USASriraam Natarajan, Associate Professor of Computer Science, University Texas at Dallas, USA"Human Aware Aritificial Intelligence"Yana Bromberg, Associate Professor Biochemistry and Microbiology, Rutgers University, USA"Deeper understanding of microbiomes as a benefit of forgetting microbial names"10:30 - 10:45 | Break & PostersMINI-TRACK C: BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS - SERBIA AND REGIONChair: Gregor Stiglic, Vice-Dean, Health Sciences, University of Maribor, Slovenia10:45 - 11:45Speakers:Tomislav Šmuc, Senior Scientist, Rudjer Bošković Institute and Croatian Center ofResearch Excellence in Data Science and Advanced Cooperative Systems, Croatia“Learning to annotate from multiple data sources and representations"Vladimir Perović, Research Associate, Center for Multidisciplinary Research andEngineering, Institute for Nuclear Sciences "Vinča", University of Belgrade, Serbia"Automatic annotation of the human proteome: Prediction of protein-proteininteractions and disease phenotype associations"MINI-TRACK C: BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS - NEW VOICES SHORT TALKSChair: Nevena Veljkovic, Principal Research Fellow, Institute for Nuclear Sciences "Vinca"University of Belgrade, SerbiaSpeakers:avić, Ph.D. student. Como utware Engineering De of Engineering11:45 - 12:00Marija Stanojević, Ph.D. student, Computer & Information Science, Temple University, USAEmin Tahirović, Assistant Professor, Software Engineering Department; ProgramCoordinator for Software Engineering Program at the School of Engineering andNatural Sciences, International University, Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina"Infant Neuromotor Development and Childhood Problem Behavior - sensitivityto non-ignorable misingness"Sandro Radovanović, Ph.D. student, Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University ofBelgrade, Serbia“Automatic annotation of the human proteome: Prediction of protein-proteininteractions and disease phenotype associations”her.oh. SebAd inand ArtМинистарство проветенужен технолошког развоја

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Belgrade, Serbia | August 26-28, 2018TUESDAY, August 28LUCNH & AFTER-LUNCH PRESENTATIONS:12:00 - 13:301. BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH ECO-SYSTEM IN SERBIANikola Tanić, Principal Investigator, Institute for Biological Research “Siniša Stankovic”,| University of Belgrade, Serbia2. ARCHAEOLOGY RESEARCH ECO-SYSTEM IN SERBIAMiomir Korać, Director, Institute of Archaeology, SerbiaMINI-TRACK D: DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGY - USAChair: Francis P. McManamon, Executive Director, Digital Antiquity; Research Professor,Arizona State University, USASpeakers:Ben Marwick, Associate Professor in the Anthropology Department, University Washington,USA and Senior Research Scientist at the Center for Archaeology, University of Wollongong,Australia"Archaeological Science, Archaeology of Science, and Tools for Closing the Gapbetween Practice and Ideals"13:30 - 15:00Tim Kohler, Regents Professor, Anthropology, Washington State University, USA"More Data and More Computation but not Necessarily Less Theory: Assessingthe Status and Near-Future Directions of Archaeology"Carrie Heitman, Assistant Professor of Anthropology, Faculty Fellow in the Center forDigital Reserach in Humaities, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA"Evidential Reasoning in Archaeological Science and the Need for HumanisticApproaches to Big DataAdam Rabinowitz, Assistant Director of the Institute of Classical Archaeology andAssociate Professor, Department of Classics, The University Texas at Austin, USA"Grand Challenges, Big Data, Fuzzy Data, and Digital Archaeology: integratinginformation about the past into the Planet Texas 2050 DataX platform”MINI-TRACK D: DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGY - SERBIA AND REGIONChair: Silvana Blazevska, Archaeologist-Curator, National Institute for Management ofthe Archeological Site of Stobi, Macedonia15:15 - 16:15Speakers:Goce Pavlovski, Archaeologist, Archeological Site Stobi, Macedonia"Digital archaeology at Stobi in Macedonia"Nemanja Mrdjić, Research Associate, Institute of Archaeology, Serbia"From Sketches to Digital Archaeology - Viminacium Research Project"MINI-TRACK D: DIGITAL ARCHAEOLOGY - NEW VOICES SHORT TALKSChair: Snežana Golubović, Research Associate Professor, Institute of Archaeology, Serbia16:15 - 16:30Speakers:Dimitar Nikolovski, Archeologist, Archeological Site Stobi, MacedoniaIvana Kosanović, Ph.D. student, Institute of Archaeology, Belgrade, Serbia"Epigraphy databases – should Viminacium have one?WAdhe blendof dinosendantМинтарство проветенуженТонюшког развоја

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Belgrade, Serbia | August 26-28, 2018TUESDAY, August 2816:30 - 16:45Break & PostersTRACKS C ADN D JOINT PANEL ON INTERNATIONAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARYCOLLABORATIONChair and moderator: Nevena Veljković, Principal Research Fellow, Institute for NuclearSciences "Vinca", University of Belgrade, SerbiaCo-chair: Snežana Golubović, Research Associate Professor, Institute of Archaeology, SerbiaPanelists:16:45 - 17:30• Predrag Radivojac, Professor of Computer Science and Statistics, Associate Chair,Adjunct Professor Statistics, Deparment of Computer Science, Indiana University, USA· Gregor Stiglic, Vice-Dean, Health Sciences, University of Maribor, Slovenia• Francis P. McManamon, Research Professor and Executive Director, Digital Antiquity,Arizona State University, USASilvana Blazevska, Archeologist-Curator, National Institute for Management of theArcheological Site of Stobi, Macedonia• Vladimir Bajić, Director of Computational Biosciences Research Center and ProfessorComputer, Electrical and Mathematical Sciences and Engineering, King AbdullahUniversity of Science and Technology, Kingdom of Saudi ArabiaBRAINSTORMING PANEL:NOVEL COLLABORATION MECHANISMS FOR INTERNATIONAL AND INTERDISCIPLINARYRESEARCHChair: Aleksandra Drecun, President, , SerbiaCo-chair: Lucy C. Erickson, Science and Technology Policy Fellow, American Associationfor the Advancement of Science (AAAS), USAPanelists:17:30 - 19:00• Mladen Šarčević, Minister of Education, Science and Technological Development,Government of the Republic of Serbia1. Siniša Mali, Minister of Finance, Government of the Republic of Serbia (tbc)| . Vladimir Kostić, President, Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts, Serbiai Stephen Ndgewa, World Bank Country manager for Serbia, Europe and Central AsiaRegion, The World Bank• Seta Bogosyan, Program Director, Division of Computer and Network Systems(CISE/CNS), National Science Foundation, USA• Alejandro Suarez, Assistant Program Director, Office of Advanced Cyberinfrastructure(CISE/OAC), National Science Foundation, USA• Roxanne Nikolaus, Program Manager, Office of International Science and Engineering(OD/OISE), National Science Foundation, USA• Krastan Blagoev, Program Director, Division of Physics (MPS/PHY), National ScienceFoundation, USA• Predrag Nešković, Mathematical Data Science Program Manager, Office for NavalResearch, USA• Ana Trbović, Governing Board Member, European Institute for Innovation andTechnology, and Co-Founder and COO, Grid Singularity, Germany• Maja Andjelković, Program Lead, Digital Entrepreneurship, World Bank Group (tbc)When alldh.d.dBalinese ndartМинжтaртвопроқВете.нуки Технолошког развоја

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Belgrade, Serbia | August 26-28, 2018.TUESDAY, August 2808:00 - 8:15CONCLUSIONS AND CLOSING REMARKS19:30 - 20:00 | Bus transfer to the reception venueFAREWELL RECEPTION20:00 - 22:00 Hosted by H. E. Kyle R. Scott, U.S. Ambassador to Serbia (tbc)for all speakers and foreign guests22:00 - 22:15 |Bus transfer to the Crowne Plaza hotelTHE END OF THE OFFICIAL PART OF THE PROGRAMHandthoft nomenatМинистарство провете,науке и технолошког развој

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