Science and Philosophy 8 (2):157-163 (2020)

Interaction between sciences has always been an optimum. Within this frame of interdisciplinary approach, an attempt is made to apply a method, a mathematical model, used in the Hyperstructure Theory, in teaching and research procedure. More specifically, when dealing with a great amount of data arranged in a ‘linear’ disposal, it is quite difficult to teach. This is the case when the Helix Model is suggested to be used. With the Helix Model, every single piece of data is present and every element maintains its independence.
Keywords Helix hyperoperation  hyperoperation  teaching
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DOI 10.23756/sp.v8i2.557
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