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Projects:

  • Status: Finished
  • Description: An applet which allows for a visual representation of user defined points in 3-space
  • Link: Change of Coordinate Systems Applet
  • Notes: Finished applet, if you find any bugs, please let me know! email: mjh96@drexel.edu
  • Status: Finished
  • Description: An applet allowing for an interactive representation of 2D vector algebra, mainly consisting of: addition and subtraction. Scalar multiplication was not included as it would be a detriment to the applet's simple point and click interface. However, if anyone feels this feature should be added, I can certainly do so.
  • Link: 2D Vector Applet
  • Notes: If you find any bugs, please let me know! email: mjh96@drexel.edu. Also, I am aware of the annoying tendency of vectors clipping with the bounds of the graph when the addition procedure is carried out.
  • Status: Finished
  • Description: An applet allowing the user to simulate rolling a six-sided dice, and graphically keep track of the outcome distribution.
  • Link: Dice Probability Applet
  • Notes: Let me know if you have any suggestions. email: mjh96@drexel.edu
  • Status: Finished
  • Description: An applet allowing the user to enter the components of 2 vectors and display a graphical representation of a vector cross product. This consists of representing the two vectors and the cross product in which they create, which is normalized.
  • Link: Vector Cross Product Applet
  • Notes: Please let me know if you have any suggestions or find any bugs. email: mjh96@drexel.edu
  • Status: Finished
  • Description: An applet that generates a random arithmetic sequence and allows the user to fill in missing spots.
  • Link: Arithmetic Sequence Applet
  • Notes: Please let me know if you have any suggestions or find any bugs. email: mjh96@drexel.edu
  • Status: Finished
  • Description: An applet that generates a random geometric sequence and allows the user to fill in missing fields.
  • Link: Geometric Sequence Applet
  • Notes: Currently, the applet does not feature factors between 0 and 1. Please let me know if you have any suggestions or find any bugs. email: mjh96@drexel.edu
  • Status: Finished
  • Description: An applet that allows the user to manipulate a 4x4 matrix and witness the effect of various inputs.
  • Link: Transformations Applet
  • Notes: Please let me know if you have any suggestions or find any bugs. email: mjh96@drexel.edu
  • Status: In Progress
  • Description: A page discussing Change of Coordinate Transformation

Change of Coordinate Systems Applet

Change of Coordinate Systems Applet

Cross Product Applet

Cross Product Applet

Transformations Applet

Matrix Transformation Applet

2D Vector Algebra Applet

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Dice Probability Applet

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Arithmetic Sequence Applet

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Geometric Sequence Applet

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Week 1 Progress

After getting comfortable with writing Java applets, I began to read the Java 3D tutorial provided by Sun. After getting down some of the basics, I began to work on the Change of Coordinates applet. So far I have created a 3D graph that has the ability to graphically display a point in 3-space as specified by the user. This point may then be displayed with a rectangular/cartesian, cylindrical, or spherical representation. As of now, the points are input via the console, yet in the finished version, the user will be able to click any location in 3-space to select a point. The user will also be able to navigate the space with a mouse or keyboard.
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