Someone asked for a copy of my Master’s Thesis Max-Plus Algebra: Properties and Applications (written in 2002 when I was finishing my Masters in Mathematics at the University of Wyoming). I thought I would just make it...Read More
Category: Math Above Calculus
What is “The AlloSphere” ? Watch the 7-minute TED video to see. What you all might be interested in is what they do with the Allosphere. Ann Kuchera-Morin: We map complex mathematical algorithms that unfold in time...Read More
These claymation videos (posted over on Division by Zero) by Dave Richeson are absolutely fantastic! First, Tying the Knot. Second, Through one hole or two? Whether you teach topology or not, you (and your students) should be...Read More
Before the world-wide-web, I doubt that math cartoons could seriously have been a popular or widely read endeavor. Today, geeky cartoons have their own fan followings curtesy of the long tail. Probably you’ve heard of...Read More
And now for some applied Complex Analysis Multi-touch Interactions on a Spherical Display Possibly Related Posts: Why use Microsoft Word with blind math students? GITW Relevant Graphs for your Class These are a Few of my...Read More
Here’s a little collection of nice Matrix Algebra / Linear Algebra Demos that I found today: 1. From the Demos with Positive Impact site, a collection of Matrix Algebra Demos with voiceovers. These could be very nice...Read More
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