Chaotic dynamics of nonlinear maps is explained and illustrated by means of tiny Java applets. There are several reasons to investigate nonlinear maps. Maps dynamics is very complicated and PC makes quickly enough amazing fractal pictures (integration of differential equations is much more boring). One can study flows dynamics by Poincare maps too. Surprisingly, very simple maps turn out to yield rather good qualitative models for behavior in ordinary and partial differential equations.
More Than Math integrates the visual arts into the 3rd, 4th and 5th grade mathematics curriculum using works of art from the collection of the Asheville Art Museum as the basis for problematic mathematical tasks using NC Standard Course of Study goals and objectives. More Than Math introduces and explores concepts shared by mathematics and the visual arts such as pattern, symmetry, proportion, perspective, balance and geometric form and stresses the importance of each individualâ€™s perspective. A project of the Asheville Art Museum with support from the UNC-CH School of Education. Flash applets created by Drew Johnston.
Introducing inquiry-based science and mathematics to Tibetan religious scholars in India.
A source of free software for and information about the HP 50, HP 49, HP 48, and HP 28 RPN programmable graphic calculators and the HP 38G, HP 39, and HP 40 programmable graphic calculators, with 6512 files by 1986 authors and 1792 screenshots totaling 639.29MB.
An animated 3D generalization of John Conway's Game of Life written in Java, with examples.