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Mathematical Visualization

Algorithms, Applications and Numerics

by Hans-Christian Hege

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Published by Springer Berlin Heidelberg in Berlin, Heidelberg .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Visualization,
  • Computer graphics,
  • Global differential geometry,
  • Mathematics,
  • Global analysis,
  • Topology

  • About the Edition

    Mathematical Visualization is a young new discipline. It offers efficient visualization tools to the classical subjects of mathematics, and applies mathematical techniques to problems in computer graphics and scientific visualization. Originally, mathematical visualization started in the interdisciplinary area of differential geometry, numerical mathematics, and computer graphics. In recent years, the methods developed have found important applications, and the subject has evolved to a discipline in its own right. The current volume is the quintessence of an international workshop in September 1997in Berlin, focusing on recent developments in this emerging area. Experts present selected research work on new algorithms for visualization problems, describe the application and experiments in geometry, and develop new numerical or computer graphical techniques. The sections of the book contain topics on Meshes in Numerics and Visualization, Applications in Geometry and Numerics, Graphics Algorithms and Implementations, Geometric Visualization Techniques, and Vectorfields and Flow Visualization. The book is the second in a series of publications on this subject. It offers the reader insight to latest research and developments in this fascinating new area.

    Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Hans-Christian Hege, Konrad Polthier
    ContributionsPolthier, Konrad
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQA76.9.I52
    The Physical Object
    Format[electronic resource] :
    Pagination1 online resource (xx, 393 p.)
    Number of Pages393
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL27073343M
    ISBN 103642083730, 3662035677
    ISBN 109783642083730, 9783662035672
    OCLC/WorldCa851378861

    Visual Math Improves Math Performance. visualization, and flexibility, the mathematics comes alive. Teachers can create such mathematical excitement in classrooms with any mathematics question by asking students for the different ways they see and can solve the problems and by encouraging discussion of different ways of seeing problems. Mathematical concepts and tools have shaped the field of visualization in fundamental ways and played a key role in the development of a large variety of visualization techniques. In this chapter, we sample the visualization literature to provide a taxonomy of the usage of mathematics in visualization, and to identify a fundamental set of mathematics that should be taught to students as part Author: Ingrid Hotz, Roxana Bujack, Christoph Garth, Bei Wang.

    Mathematical visualization is an aspect of Mathematics which allows one to understand and explore mathematical phenomena via visualization. Classically this consisted of two-dimensional drawings or building three-dimensional models (particularly plaster models in the 19th and early 20th century), wh. In this chapter we discuss the purpose of the book and the mathematical underpinnings of it. Select Chapter 2 - Metrics, similarity, and sets This chapter discusses the goals of a good visualization and how to create a visualization that will best satisfy the predetermined goals. This book covers methods of statistical exploratory data.

    The twenty papers in the book give an overview of research analysis, practical experience, and informed opinion about the role of visualization in teaching and learning mathematics, especially at the undergraduate level. Visualization, in its broadest level. Visualization, in its broadest sense, is as old as mathematics, but progress in computer graphics has generated a renaissance of interest. 3D Grapher Plot and animate 2D and 3D equation and table-based graphs withease: 3D-Filmstrip Aide in visualization of mathematical objects and processes, for Macintosh: A Numberical Library in C for Scientists and Engineers Book and disk: ABACUS - Back to Basics: ACE - Algebraic Combinatorics Environment for the computer algebra systemMaple.. Includes tools to handle a variety of.


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