Ilmu Falak Sholat dan Kiblat 1.0
Aplikasi ini ingin menjelaskan kepada pengguna tentang Ilmu falakyang terkonsentrasi pada Waktu Sholat dan arah Kiblat. Dalamaplikasi ini dilengkapi dengan rumus-rumus untuk menghitung waktusholat dan arah kiblat.This app would like to explain to the userabout the science of astronomy concentrated on Prayer Times andQibla direction. In this application comes with formulas tocalculate prayer time and Qibla direction.
Introduction to Philosophy 1.0
Philosophy is the study of general and fundamental problemsconcerning matters such as existence, knowledge, values, reason,mind, and language. The term was probably coined by Pythagoras (c.570–495 BCE). Philosophical methods include questioning, criticaldiscussion, rational argument, and systematic presentation. Classicphilosophical questions include: Is it possible to know anythingand to prove it? What is most real? Philosophers also pose morepractical and concrete questions such as: Is there a best way tolive? Is it better to be just or unjust (if one can get away withit)? Do humans have free will? This App contains some material ofphilosophy: - Aesthetics - Epistemology - Etics - Logic -Mrthaphisics - Philosophy of religion - Philosophy of history -Philosophy of language
Kaligrafi Arab 1.0
Aplikasi ini berisi mengenai berbagai macam jenis kaligrafi yangada di dunia. Diantara jenis kaligrafi yang ada di aplikasi iniadalah kaligrafi Nasakh, kaligrafi Lukisan, kaligrafi, Muskhaf, dankaligrafi dekorasi. gambar-gambar kaligrafi ini bisa dijadikanreferensi untuk membuat karya kaligrafi dan gambaran untuk membuatkarya yang baik. This application contains the various types ofcalligraphy in the world. Among the types of calligraphy in thisapplication is abrogated calligraphy, calligraphy paintings,calligraphy, Muskhaf, and calligraphic decoration. images ofcalligraphy can be used as a reference to create works ofcalligraphy and illustration to create a good work.
Learn Egyptian Arabic Phrasa 1.0
Philosophy Of Science 1.0
Philosophy of science is a sub-field of philosophy concernedwiththe foundations, methods, and implications of science. Thecentralquestions of this study concern what qualifies as science,thereliability of scientific theories, and the ultimate purposeofscience. This discipline overlaps with metaphysics, ontology,andepistemology, for example, when it explores therelationshipbetween science and truth.Philosophy of particularsciences 1Philosophy of statistics2 Philosophy of mathematics3Philosophy ofphysics4 Philosophy of chemistry5 Philosophy of Earthsciences6Philosophy of biology7 Philosophy of medicine8 Philosophyofpsychology9 Philosophy of psychiatry10 Philosophy ofeconomics11Philosophy of social science
General Psychology 1.0
Psychology is the science of behavior and mind, includingconsciousand unconscious phenomena, as well as feeling and thought.It is anacademic discipline of immense scope and diverse intereststhat,when taken together, seek an understanding of theemergentproperties of brains, and all the variety of epiphenomenatheymanifest. As a social science it aims to understand individualsandgroups by establishing general principles and researchingspecificcases.In this field, a professional practitioner orresearcher iscalled a psychologist and can be classified as asocial,behavioral, or cognitive scientist. Psychologists attempttounderstand the role of mental functions in individual andsocialbehavior, while also exploring the physiological andbiologicalprocesses that underlie cognitive functions andbehaviors.This AppContains Material:1 Etymology and definitions2History 3Disciplinary organization 4 Major schools of thought 5Themes 6Applications 7 Research methods 8 Contemporary issuesinmethodology and practice9 Ethics 10 List of socialpsychologytheories11 Psychological phenomena
Bahasa Arab Amiyah 1.0
Aplikasi Bahasa Arab Amiyah merupakan aplikasi yangdapatdimanfaatkan oleh pengguna untuk belajar bahasa Amiyah. BahasaArabpasaran yang digunakan oleh orang-orang dalam berkomunikasisatusama lain.Arabic Amiyah application is an application that canbeutilized by the user to learn the language Amiyah. Arabicmarketthat are used by people to communicate with each other.
Introduction to Anthropology 1.0
Anthropology is the study of human beings. (In Greek"Anthropos-"means "human", and "-logy" means "study of".)Andanthropology isthe study of humans and human behaviour andsocieties in the pastand present. Social anthropology and culturalanthropology studythe norms and values of societies. Linguisticanthropology studieshow language affects social life. Biological orphysicalanthropology studies the biological development ofhumans.Anthropology is a biological and historical social sciencethathelps us learn how groups of people are the same, and how theyaredifferent in all parts of the world. Anthropologists do researchinmany places and study how people live now and how they mayhavelived in the past (using the study of Archaeology). Theyresearchin modern cities, small villages, tribes, and in thecountryside.They study how groups of people consider time, space,life,etc.Contents Apps1. Origin and development of the term 2.Fields 3.Key topics by field: sociocultural 4. Key topics byfield:archaeological and biological 5. Organizations 6. Ethics7.Post–World War II developments 8. General AnthropologyConcept-Anthropological theories of value- Culture- Society-Kinship anddescent- Marriage and family- Evolution- Materialculture - Race-Ethnicity - Globalization - Postcolonialism-Gender-Socialization9. Theories- Actor–network theory- Alliancetheory-Cross-cultural studies- Cultural materialism- Culturetheory-Feminism- Functionalism- Interpretive/SymbolicAnthropology-Performance studies- Political economy- Practicetheory-Structuralism- Post-structuralism- Systems theory10. MethodsandFramework- Ethnography- Ethnology- Cross-culturalcomparison-Participant observation- Online ethnography- Holism-Reflexivity-Thick description- Cultural relativism- Ethnocentrism-Emic andetic
General Economic Concepts 1.0
An economy (from Greek οίκος – "household" and νέμoμαι –"manage")is an area of the production, distribution, or trade,andconsumption of goods and services by different agents.Understoodin its broadest sense, 'The economy is defined as asocial domainthat emphasizes the practices, discourses, andmaterial expressionsassociated with the production, use, andmanagement ofresources'. Economic agents can be individuals,businesses,organizations, or governments. Economic transactionsoccur when twoparties agree to the value or price of the transactedgood orservice, commonly expressed in a certain currency.However,monetary transactions only account for a small part of theeconomicdomain. Some concepts of general economics;• Keynesianeconomics•Classical economics• Neo-Keynesian economics•Neoclassicaleconomics• New classical economics• New Keynesianeconomics•Participatory economics• Home economics• Goods • Modernportfoliotheory• Game theory• Human development theory• Productiontheorybasics• Time preference theory of interest• Agent• Arbitrage•BigMac Index• Big push model• Cash crop• Canadian andAmericaneconomies compared• Catch-up effect• Chicago school•Collusion•Commodity• Comparative advantage• Competitiveadvantage•complementarity• Consumer and producer surplus• Cost •Debt•Devaluation• Disposable income
Study of History 1.0
History (from Greek ???????, historia, meaning "inquiry,knowledgeacquired by investigation") is the study of the past as itisdescribed in written documents. Events occurring beforewrittenrecord are considered prehistory. It is an umbrella termthatrelates to past events as well as the memory,discovery,collection, organization, presentation, andinterpretation ofinformation about these events. Scholars who writeabout historyare called historians.History can also refer to theacademicdiscipline which uses a narrative to examine and analyse asequenceof past events, and objectively determine the patterns ofcause andeffect that determine them. Historians sometimes debatethe natureof history and its usefulness by discussing the study ofthediscipline as an end in itself and as a way ofproviding"perspective" on the problems of the present.this appscontaints;1Etymology2 Description3 History and prehistory4Historiography5Philosophy of history6 Historical methods7 Marxiantheory ofhistory8 Areas of study9 Historians10 The judgement ofhistory11Pseudohistory12 Teaching history 13 Methods
Applied Mathematics 1.0
Applied mathematics is the application of mathematical methodsbydifferent fields such as science, engineering, business,computerscience, and industry. Thus, applied mathematics is acombinationof mathematical science and specialized knowledge. Theterm"applied mathematics" also describes the professional specialtyinwhich mathematicians work on practical problems by formulatingandstudying mathematical models. In the past, practicalapplicationshave motivated the development of mathematicaltheories, which thenbecame the subject of study in pure mathematicswhere abstractconcepts are studied for their own sake. The activityof appliedmathematics is thus intimately connected with research inpuremathematics.And discuss themes;• Mathematical physics•Analyticalmechanics• Mathematical fluid dynamics• Numericalanalysis• Controltheory• Dynamical systems• Mathematicaloptimization• Operationsresearch• Probability• Statistics• Gametheory• Mathematicaleconomics• Financial mathematics• Informationtheory• Cryptography•Mathematical biology
Theoretical Physics 1.0
Theoretical physics is a branch of physics that employsmathematicalmodels and abstractions of physical objects andsystems torationalize, explain and predict natural phenomena. Thisis incontrast to experimental physics, which uses experimentaltools toprobe these phenomena. The advancement of sciencegenerally dependson the interplay between experimental studies andtheory. In somecases, theoretical physics adheres to standards ofmathematicalrigor while giving little weight to experiments andobservations.For example, while developing special relativity,Albert Einsteinwas concerned with the Lorentz transformation whichleft Maxwell'sequations invariant, but was apparently uninterestedin theMichelson–Morley experiment on Earth's drift through aluminiferousether. Conversely, Einstein was awarded the NobelPrize forexplaining the photoelectric effect, previously anexperimentalresult lacking a theoretical formulation.Some materialoftheoretical physics is;- Classical mechanics- Continuummechanics-Solid mechanics- Mathematical physics- Statisticalphysics-Statistical mechanics- Condensed matter physics (includingsolidstate physics and the electronic structure ofmaterials)-Computational physics- Fundamental interaction- Weakinteraction
General Sociology Concepts 1.0
Sociology is the scientific study of society, including patternsofsocial relationships, social interaction, and culture. It isasocial science that uses various methods ofempiricalinvestigation[ and critical analysis[ to develop a bodyofknowledge about social order, acceptance, and change orsocialevolution. Many sociologists aim to conduct research that maybeapplied directly to social policy and welfare, while othersfocusprimarily on refining the theoretical understanding ofsocialprocesses. Subject matter ranges from the micro-sociologylevel ofindividual agency and interaction to the macro level ofsystems andthe social structure. The traditional focuses ofsociology includesocial stratification, social class, socialmobility, religion,secularization, law, sexuality, gender, anddeviance. As allspheres of human activity are affected by theinterplay betweensocial structure and individual agency, sociologyhas graduallyexpanded its focus to other subjects, such as health,medical,economy, military and penal institutions, the Internet,education,social capital, and the role of social activity in thedevelopmentof scientific knowledge. And this app contains more 50sociologyconcept, you can read and understand what you need toknow. And 20themes of sociology concepts is; 1. Attitude 2.Alienation 3.Beliefs 4. Bureaucracy 5. Civil inattention 6. Civilrights 7.Crime 8. Commodity fetishism 9. Community (outline) 10.Consumption(consumerism) 11. Cultural capital 12. Culture (outline)13.Discrimination 14. Division of labour 15. Equality 16.Exploitation17. Family 18. Freedom 19. Gemeinschaft andgesellschaft 20.Globalization And another 30 themes of sociologyconcepts in oneapps. Download and read the material you need foryour study.
Khat Arab 1.0
Aplikasi ini berisi mengenai jenis-jenis khat Arab yangseringdigunakan dalam memperindah tulisan Arab. jenis-jenis khattersebutmeliputi; 1. Khat Naskhi 2. Khat Tsulusi 3. Khat Riq'ah 4.KhatDiwani 5. Khat Farisi This application contains the types ofArabichandwriting that is often used in beautifying the Arabicscript.Script types include; 1. Khat naskhi 2. Khat Tsulusi 3. KhatRiq'ah4. Khat Diwani 5. Khat Pharisees
Engineering Concepts 1.0
Engineering is the creative application of science,mathematicalmethods, and empirical evidence to the innovation,design,construction, operation and maintenance of structures,machines,materials, devices, systems, processes, and organizations.Thediscipline of engineering encompasses a broad range ofmorespecialized fields of engineering, each with a morespecificemphasis on particular areas of applied mathematics,appliedscience, and types of application. See glossary ofengineering.This is some materials of this apps; - Compensation-Crystallization - Earthworks - Exploratory engineering -Fasteners- Flexibility - Freeze - Gate - Good Engineering Practice- Handtools - Machine tools - Punch - Measuring -- measurement-Materials -- material science -- Tie
Introduction to Philosophy Pro 1.0
Philosophy is the study of general and fundamentalproblemsconcerning matters such as existence, knowledge, values,reason,mind, and language. The term was probably coined byPythagoras (c.570–495 BCE). Philosophical methods includequestioning, criticaldiscussion, rational argument, and systematicpresentation. Classicphilosophical questions include: Is itpossible to know anythingand to prove it? What is most real?Philosophers also pose morepractical and concrete questions suchas: Is there a best way tolive? Is it better to be just or unjust(if one can get away withit)? Do humans have free will? This Appcontains some material ofphilosophy: - Aesthetics - Epistemology -Etics - Logic -Mrthaphisics - Philosophy of religion - Philosophyof history -Philosophy of language - Philosophy of education -Philosophy ofMathematics
Strategi Tarjamah Arab-Indonesia 1.0.1
Aplikasi ini mencoba menjelaskan strategi penerjemahanteks-teksArab ke dalam bahasa Indonesia yang terbagi menjadi 5macam yangdiringkas ke dalam tiga bagian. This application tries toexplainthe strategy of translating Arabic texts into Indonesianwhich isdivided into 5 types which are summarized into three parts.