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Volume 7, Number 19

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13 May 2002                                       Vol. 7, No. 19

                  THE MATH FORUM INTERNET NEWS

                 Polynomiography - B. Kalantari
  Summer 2002 Workshops - Annenberg/CPB Channel | Algorithms


                        POLYNOMIOGRAPHY

                http://www.polynomiography.com

  Polynomiography is software for the visualization of
  polynomials. Developed by Bahman Kalantari, a computer
  scientist at Rutgers University, Polynomiography does not
  graph polynomials, but rather represents them using fractal
  and non-fractal images based on the mathematical convergence
  properties of iteration functions.

  Kalantari has used Polynomiography to generate:

  Surface Design
  http://www.polynomiography.com/design/

  Image Gallery
  http://www.polynomiography.com/gallery/

  Characters
  http://www.polynomiography.com/characters/

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         SUMMER 2002 WORKSHOPS - Annenberg/CPB Channel

      http://www.learner.org/channel/chnnl_schedule.html

  Many of the Annenberg/CPB Channel's summer workshops and
  courses will be broadcast on the Channel to accommodate
  institute-style viewing. The workshops and courses will be
  aired at the same time time of day, Monday through Thursday,
  for two weeks. Topics include:
    - Assessment in Math and Science: What's the Point?
    - Learning Math: Data Analysis, Statistics, and Probability
    - Learning Math: Patterns, Functions, and Algebra
    - Mathematics: What's the Big Idea?
    - The Missing Link
    - The Next Move
    - Private Universe Project in Mathematics

  Register at no cost by calling (800-LEARNER) or sign up at
  http://www.learner.org/channel/workshops/registration/registerinfo.html

  Complete a free workshop or course to earn certificates
  applicable to inservice requirements or recertification
  credit. Graduate credit is also available through Colorado State
  University.
  http://www.learner.org/channel/workshops/graduate_credit.html

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           ALGORITHMS - National University of Ireland

             http://www.nuigalway.ie/mat/algorithms/

  Plug in your parameters, and these HTML Forms will calculate:

    - Euclidean GCD Algorithm Using Recursion
    - Fibonacci Numbers by Iteration
    - Fibonacci Numbers: O(LOG(n)) by Iteration
    - Towers of Hanoi
    - Knapsack Problem Solution by Dynamic Programming
    - Fibonacci Numbers by Recursion
   
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