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  1. Mathematica Courseware Catalog - Wolfram Research, Inc.
    Developed as a resource for the academic community, the Mathematica Courseware Catalog is an ever-growing and broad-ranging collection of course materials that make significant use of Mathematica. Search by keyword or browse by subject: see, in particular, Mathematics. more>>

  2. Mathematica in Higher Education - Wolfram Research
    Lessons, resources, books, and classroom packs for making Mathematica software an integral part of math education in university and college classrooms. Also features Mathematica versions geared and priced for students, as well as flexible academic purchase programs for institutions; and announcements of grants to help high school teachers develop computer-based classroom materials using Mathematica. Resources include a newsletter (MATHwire), The Mathematica Journal, a Graphics Gallery, and more. more>>

  3. Mathematica: Tour of Features - Wolfram Research, Inc.
    Pages that guide you through an interactive demonstration of some of Mathematica's capabilities. New features; using the program as a calculator; power computing; accessing algorithms; building up computations; handling data; visualization; Mathematica Notebooks; palettes and buttons; notation; Mathematica and your computing environment; as a programming language; writing programs; building systems; as a software component. With links to a Formula Gallery and a Graphics Gallery. more>>

  4. Will it rot my students' brains if they use Mathematica? - Theodore W. Gray and Jerry Glynn
    Excerpts from the introduction to The Beginner's Guide to Mathematica V4. Jerry: "I have young students who reach for their calculators to get the answer to 5×6. My response, when I see that, is to explain that such behavior is socially unacceptable, sort of like picking your nose. Many people will see this and think the student must be brain damaged. It's a social problem, not a mathematical one." Theo: "I agree that the problem lies with the other people more than with the students. The most profound engine of civilization is the inability of a larger and larger fraction of the population to do the basic things needed to survive. Many people fail to realize this." Jerry: "I don't understand that statement at all. It must be very significant...." more>>

  5. Wolfram Research, Inc.
    Wolfram is the maker of Mathematica, a software system for numeric and symbolic computation, data visualization, and programming; an interactive calculation tool and programming language to solve technical problems. Mathematica's electronic documents, called notebooks, organize text, computations, graphics, and animations for technical reports, courseware, presentations, or records of work. MathLink, Mathematica's communication protocol, exchanges information between Mathematica and other programs; MathReader is a viewer for notebook documents created with Mathematica. Products and store, including a form to request a fully functional, 15-day, save-disabled trial version; applications library featuring third-party front ends and packages; support and services; news and events; graphics gallery; Mathematica applied at work; tip of the week; Mathematica solutions in finance, engineering, the medical and life sciences, and education; visiting scholar grants; and Web tours of Mathematica features. more>>

  All Sites - 105 items found, showing 1 to 50

  1. 3d Etc. - 3d Etc, Inc.
    OpenGL for X-Servers - White Pine & Tenon; 3D Explorer and Mechanical Systems (Mathematica plug-ins). ...more>>

  2. Alexandru Suciu - Alexandru I. Suciu
    Teaching resources such as quizzes, homework assignments, Mathematica solutions, qualifying exams, and syllabi for undergraduate courses in integral calculus, honors calculus, and linear algebra; and for graduate courses in geometry and topology. Also, ...more>>

  3. Algebra, Abstract and Concrete - Frederick M. Goodman
    An undergraduate textbook (Prentice Hall, 1998). The book is intended to be useful for a course in modern algebra for beginners or a slightly more advanced course, or an undergraduate course on geometric aspects of group theory or Galois theory. Interactive ...more>>

  4. Arnd Roth - Arnd Roth, Institute for Theoretical Physics, Heidelberg, Germany
    Arnd Roth studies computational physics and neuroscience. This page provides documentation and code for related Mathematica notebooks, and a notebook for the Knight's Tour chess problem, available online. Also links to abstracts or text of many of Roth's ...more>>

  5. Artlandia Kaleidoscope - Artlandia, Inc.
    A fully interactive program based on and available free with the purchase of the software program Artlandia (requires Mathematica 3.0 or higher; available for all platforms that run Mathematica). It is as easy to use as an ordinary kaleidoscope - create ...more>>

  6. Artlandia - Software for Programmable Creative Graphic Design - Artlandia, Inc.
    A Mathematica-based application for artistic interpretation of data and creating mathematical and algorithmic art. The software provides a selection of tools for constructing geometrical objects from numerical arrays, distributing geometric shapes over ...more>>

  7. A = B - Marko Petkovsek, Herbert Wilf, Doron Zeilberger
    A=B, by Petkovsek, Wilf, Zeilberger, is a book about identities, especially identities involving binomial sums and hypergeometric identities, and ways to prove them using computer programs. The entire text may be downloaded from this site in PDF format. ...more>>

  8. Calculus I (calculus@internet - Mathematica) - Christopher A. Barker
    Mathematica Track. Mathematica Basics (The Environment; Arithmetic; Using Variables; Working with Lists; Algebraic Operations; Functions; Graphics). CCH Text - Labs: Functions: Roots, Domain & Range; Fitting Exponential Data; Power Functions; Calculating ...more>>

  9. Calculus II Computer Labs - Robin Sue Sanders
    Mathematica Labs written for Buffalo State College's Calculus II courses. Available notebooks contain reference material on basic Mathematica commands, with labs on Riemann Sums, Simpson's Rule, the Fundamental Theorem, and determining the value of ...more>>

  10. Calculus & Mathematica For Mathematics Teachers - Tony Peressini, Debra Woods
    A university credit, modern calculus course based on an interactive, electronic text currently offered in classes and by guided individual study at a number of universities and high schools. This module was designed for the mathematics teachers who serve ...more>>

  11. Calculus&Mathematica - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Ohio State University
    A computer-based course about calculus, differential equations, and matrix theory, which the instructor can use as soon as the computers are unloaded at the classroom door. Includes a complete electronic text combined with a set of problems for the students ...more>>

  12. comp.soft-sys.math.mathematica - Math Forum
    A moderated discussion group that provides an opportunity for users of the software package Mathematica to help each other; occasionally, Mathematica's developers participate as well. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. ...more>>

  13. Computer Algebra Information Network (CAIN)
    A server providing information about Symbolic and Algebraic Computation, set up by the European SAC (Symbolic and Algebraic Computation) Network. The site maintains bibliographies, supports electronic newsletters, and announces current conferences, software ...more>>

  14. Computer Graphics - Brad Shelton; Dept. of Mathematics, University of Oregon.
    Thirty computer graphics (knots, braids, a mobius trough) and four movies (torus, spirograph) created with Mathematica. ...more>>

  15. Computer Lab Courseware - University of Toronto
    Courseware to help in the teaching of various mathematical concepts. Most is made up of Mathematica notebooks and packages, but some consists of C programs written to run under X-Windows. A lab manual in TeX beginning with an introduction to UNIX and ...more>>

  16. Connected Curriculum Project: CCP Materials - Lawrence C. Moore & David A. Smith, Duke University
    Materials for Precalculus, Differential Calculus, Integral Calculus, Multivariable Calculus, Differential Equations, Linear Algebra, and Engineering Math, with application areas in biology, chemistry, economics, engineering, environmental sciences, epidemiology, ...more>>

  17. Connected Curriculum Project (CCP) - Moore, Smith; Duke University
    The Duke component of a coordinated effort to create interactive learning environments for a wide range of mathematics and mathematically based applications, combining the flexibility and connectivity of the Web with the power of computer algebra systems. ...more>>

  18. C.T.J. Dodson - Christopher Dodson
    Dodson provides notes and Maple or Mathematica packages for many different mathematics courses, including algebra and pre-calculus, calculus, differential equations, using computers for mathematics and statistics, and an introductory course on curves, ...more>>

  19. David Marius Bressoud
    David Bressoud has written several undergraduate textbooks that use physics and the history of mathematics to motivate the study of multi-variable calculus, number theory, real analysis. Other books include A Course in Computational Number Theory and ...more>>

  20. Differential Equations (calculus@internet - Mathematica) - Christopher A. Barker
    Mathematica Track. 1. Basics (Mathematica Overview; The Environment; Arithmetic; Using Variables; Working with Lists; Vectors & Matrices; Algebraic Operations; Functions; Calculus Operations; Graphics). 2. Differential Equations (Creating Slope Fields; ...more>>

  21. Differential Equations Resource Page - Gavin Larose, University of Michigan Math Department
    PostScript labs, involving Mathematica 3.0 or better. Also 12 projects, with PostScript notes on solutions, and a brief list of links to other ODE resources. ...more>>

  22. DigiArea Group - Helen Golovina
    Makers of atlas™, a Maple package for differential geometry calculations that works with manifolds, mappings, embeddings, submersions, p-forms, and tensor fields; and LdeApprox™, a toolbox for Maple or Mathematica that finds analytical polynomial ...more>>

  23. The Distribution of the Knight - the Theoretical Research Institute
    For every given starting point in the knight's tour problem, evaluate every possible path that visits each square exactly once, and then count how many solutions exist. Illustrations and calculations of the distribution of solutions and dead ends across ...more>>

  24. Dynamic Web Tools Using webMathematica - Steve Wilson and Mike Martin, Johnson County Community College, Kansas
    Interactive Web pages that allow students and faculty to compute and visualize mathematical results directly from a Web browser. Primarily for undergraduate courses, the pages are grouped by categories and a given page may be listed under several categories ...more>>

  25. Engineering Mathematics - eFunda
    Illustrated by Wolfram Research's Mathematica and organized into arithmetic, geometry, calculus, differential equations, series, elementary functions, special functions, orthogonal polynomials, transforms, numerical methods, statisstics and probability. ...more>>

  26. Evolutionary Dynamics - Daniel Rosenbloom
    Problem sets and links to reference books for modeling dynamical systems in evolutionary biology. Course Assistant Rosenbloom's Mathematica tutorials and examples include two HIV scenarios (simple virus dynamics, and virus dynamics for multiple strains) ...more>>

  27. Exploring Abstract Algebra with Mathematica - Kenneth M. Levasseur; Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Univ. of Massachusetts at Lowell
    An assortment of functions illustrated in Visual Mode that are available in the AbstractAlgebra Packages. Identity; Inverses; AssociativeQ; AbelianQ; CayleyTable(s); OrderOfAllElements; Commutators; GroupExponent; Dihedral; Morphoids/PreservesQ; VisualizeMorphoid; ...more>>

  28. Fractals with Mathematica - Robert M. Dickau; Math Forum
    Some simple fractal images and Mathematica code for Cantor dust; Julia sets; Mandelbrot (and related) sets; Randelbrot set; Menger sponge; Sierpinski tetrahedron; Newton's method; variation on Newton's method; Sierpinski carpet; 2D and 3D L-systems (also ...more>>

  29. Galois Field Package for Mathematica - Ryoh Fuji-Hara; University of Tsukuba
    An explanation of the concept and design of the Galois field package. Start Up and Declarations; Variables; Mixed operations with integers or constants of the base field; Implemented functions; How to get the Package and its Manual. ...more>>

  30. Gateways to Advanced Mathematical Thinking (GAMT) - Michelle Manes; Education Development Center, Inc. (EDC)
    The goal of this project is to research the ways in which high school and college mathematics students come to acquire flexible understandings of essential concepts needed for analytic and algebraic thinking. Integral to this research effort is the development ...more>>

  31. Geometrica: a Mathematica package for Geometry - e-NoteBooks Ltd.
    Used by mathematics educators, researchers, and graphical designers, Geometrica is a Mathematica application for exact drawing and geometry. With it, you can draw points, lines, circles, ellipses, parabolas, hyperbolas, and more, as well as determine ...more>>

  32. Geometry in Motion - George Beck; MathSource
    Mathematica notebooks. MapPoint is a geometry program that combines the traditional geometric constructions of classical Euclidean geometry with the more dynamic geometric transformations of modern geometry. Many examples are given showing how to create, ...more>>

  33. Global Optimization - Loehle Enterprises; e-NoteBooks Ltd.
    A Mathematica package that provides a suite of tools for solving nonlinear optimization problems, as well as a variety of other applications such as finding the roots or zeros of a non-analytic function. ...more>>

  34. Grant Keady
    Grant Keady, a member of the faculty of the University of Western Australia, Dept of Mathematics and Statistics, Western Australia, researches fluid dynamics and related subjects, with forays into computer algebra. Some of his papers are available online ...more>>

  35. Great Math Programs - Xah Lee
    A listing about 40 excellent recreational math programs for Macintosh that do: polyhedra and Rubic cubes, curves and surfaces, fractals and L-systems, tilings and symmetry, game of hex and game of life, chess and five-in-a-row, peg solitare and polyominos, ...more>>

  36. hakank's homepage - Håkan Kjellerstrand
    Codes and notes for constraint programming languages such as Picat, Mathematica, AIMMS+CP, AMPL, Project Euler, Frink, SABR, Eureqa/Formulize, and Comet. See also Kjellerstrand's coin and dice tossing games, Triss lotteries (Swedish scratch ticket games), ...more>>

  37. Helmer Aslaksen
    A mathematics professor at the National University of Singapore. Research involves abstract algebra, including the trigonometry of symmetric spaces, and calculations for the Chinese, Islamic, and Indian calculators. Papers about these topics may be ...more>>

  38. High School Notebooks - George Beck; MathSource
    High school Mathematica notebooks in two different styles, for teachers to use either directly or as examples of what they might want to imitate or avoid. One style has little explanation and is meant to encourage the student to experiment with the functions ...more>>

  39. Ideals, Varieties, and Algorithms - Cox, Little, O'Shea
    An introduction to computational algebraic geometry and commutative algebra at the undergraduate level, with discussions of systems of polynomial equations ("ideals"), their solutions ("varieties"), and how these objects can be manipulated ("algorithms"). ...more>>

  40. The Integrator - Wolfram Research, Inc.
    A Web interface to Mathematica 3.0. Type in any integral or choose a random sample, and The Integrator sends a Mathematica Link message to a Mathematica kernel, which then does the integral using its built-in Integrate function. The result is sent back ...more>>

  41. Interactive Learning in Calculus and Differential Equations with Applications - Mathematics Dept., Indiana Univ. of Pennsylvania
    Mathematica notebooks: Finding Areas with the Gauss-Green Formula, Newton's Method and Fractals, Vibrating Drumheads, The Drag Force on a Sphere, and a collection of 26 notebooks from the course Advanced Mathematics for Applications. In order to disseminate ...more>>

  42. An Introduction to Mathematica and the 'Birthday Problem' (MSTE) - Louie Beuschlein; University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (UIUC)
    A unit for high school seniors in AP Statistics, to introduce students both to Mathematica and to the Monte Carlo method of solving probability problems, in particular, the "Birthday Problem." Using Mathematica's random-number-generating capability along ...more>>

  43. Introduction to Mathematica - Dave Collins, Outback Software, Ltd.
    An introduction to Mathematica, with step-by-step screen shots of Mathematica sessions. Organized into the sections End-user computation, Plotting computational results, Programming in Mathematica, Using Mathematica for technical publishing, and Integrating ...more>>

  44. Introduction to Ordinary Differential Equations with Mathematica - Gray, Mezzino, Pinsky
    A number of ODE labs, with a Mathematica package ode.m that allows series solutions of ODEs. Examples, exercises, lab assignments, miscellaneous notebooks, movies, an ODE reference manual, and links to portraits of mathematicians. ...more>>

  45. Introduction to Probability - Grinstead, Snell; American Mathematical Society
    A text for a first course in probability that emphasizes the use of computing to simulate experiments and make computations. Read it on the Web or download it. A set of programs (Mathematica, Maple, TrueBASIC versions can be downloaded) goes with the ...more>>

  46. The Kepler Conjecture - Thomas C. Hales, Samuel P. Ferguson
    The authors claim to have proved the Kepler Conjecture, that no packing of equal-sized spheres in space can have greater density than that of the face-centered-cubic packing. The full proof is included in over 250 pages of postscript format, with in addition ...more>>

  47. LaplaceAndZTranforms - Urs Graf, Biel School of Engineering and Architecture; e-NoteBooks Ltd.
    This package of about 6000 lines of Mathematica code computes Laplace transforms, inverse Laplace transforms, z-transforms and inverse z-transforms by using the symbolic computation capabilities of Mathematica. Using these transformation techniques, the ...more>>

  48. Leibniz - Joe Gregg, Lawrence University, Appleton, WI
    A freeware mathematical word processor and easy-to-use front end for Mathematica. Leibniz uses a pattern-matching system to anticipate the calculation you want to perform from the structure of any item you select. To perform a calculation, select the ...more>>

  49. Lessons, Tutorials, and Lecture Notes (Mathematics Archives) - University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK)
    An extensive, alphabetical, annotated listing of sites providing course material for teachers and students of mathematics. Includes topics from almost every field of math, at every level: K-12, college and beyond. Algebra; Analysis; Arithmetic; Calculus; ...more>>

  50. Linear Methods of Applied Mathematics - Evans M. Harrell II and James V. Herod
    An online textbook suitable for a first course on partial differential equations, Fourier series and special functions, and integral equations. Organized into nineteen chapters: Linearity, The geometry of functions, Fourier series, Calculating Fourier ...more>>

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