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Paul R. Wellin

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Re: [mg5241] Help for Class Project
Posted: Nov 18, 1996 2:05 AM
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> Hi, I'm need to do a class project for a class (single-variable Calculus)
> and I need ideas. I'm taking the mathematica version of the course, so
> the project should involve mathematica. It can really be any math
> problem that I could turn into 2 or so pages on mathematica, even if it
> is not a calculus-specific problem. I'm don't have a very comprehensive
> knowledge of math, so I'm not looking for something extrememely
> challenging. This can be a "real-world" problem or something purely
> abstract. If you have any ideas for a project, I would greatly
> appreciate them. Please try to make sure any responses end up in my
> email (dbortz@uiuc.edu will work) as I don't frequent this group. Thanks
>much!


For a nice collection of projects at various levels, take a look
in the two books by Richard Crandall:

"Projects in Scientific Computation", R. Crandall. TELOS/Springer-Verlag
1994.

"Topics in Advanced Scientific Computation", R. Crandall.
TELOS/Springer-Verlag
1996.

Both are described in some detail on the TELOS web site at
http://www.telospub.com/ in their "catalog" under Scientific
Computing.


Paul R. Wellin
Academic and Business Liaison
Wolfram Research, Inc.
100 Trade Center Drive
Champaign, IL 61820 USA

phone: 217-398-0700
fax: 217-398-0747
email: wellin@wolfram.com









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