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Volume 5, Number 19

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8 May 2000                                  Vol. 5, No. 19


              MathML on the Web |
    Mathematica Tutorial - Los Alamos National Laboratory 

         MATH AND ML ON THE WEB - October 20-21, 2000


A conference at which to present current research and
applications involving MathML, an XML application for
describing mathematical notation and capturing both its
structure and its content. See, in particular, the call 
for papers (deadline June 2):

The primary goal of MathML is to make it possible to serve,
receive, and process mathematics on the Web, just as HTML 
has enabled this functionality for text. 

Sponsors include Wolfram Research, IBM, the American 
Mathematical Society, Waterloo Maple, and the W3C 
World Wide Web Consortium.


            EXPLOREMATH.COM - Third Millennium Press 


Shockwave activities illustrating real-time correlations 
between equations and graphs, designed to help students 
visualize and experiment with concepts from elementary 
algebra through pre-calculus, including graphs of functions, 
systems, and complex numbers. 

In addition to slide-bars for varying parameters and values 
of variables, most activities allow zooming and panning 
in the plane, data exportation, screen snapshots, and 
tooltip help. The site also allows members to create and 
view Web pages for mathematics courses. 


                     A MATHEMATICA TUTORIAL
       The Cluster Team, Los Alamos National Laboratory 


A short introduction to Mathematica that includes a listing 
of useful books and Web sites. 

Contents include: 

  - The Basics
  - Numerical Calculations
  - Graphics
  - Algebra
  - Calculus
  - Differential Equations
  - Vector and Matrix Operations
  - Statistics
  - Programming With Mathematica

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