Lambda Calculus Lambda calculus. This is a brief introduction to the lambda calculus and the interpreter; it should be used in conjunction with a book or other material. http://www.csse.monash.edu.au/~lloyd/tildeFP/Lambda/Ch/
Extractions: Introduction Lambda Calculus A Functional Programming Language Programming Techniques: The Parser ... Appendix - Misc' Routines Example Lambda Calculus Programs The toy Lambda Calculus interpreter can be run through the wwweb. You should read at least the sections down to and including Programming Techniques first. There are very tight limits set on the size and running time of programs that can be run in this way.
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Extractions: Dr. Hanley's Science Graphs tm is an easy to use software package for graphing equations and data using your PC. The new version of Science Graphs can be used to generate numerical solutions of first and second order non-linear ordinary differential equations. This feature is Ideal for checking your analytical solutions against Science Graph's Numerical Answers. However, it can be used to solve problems that are too difficult to obtain by hand calculations. The software is useful for algebra trigonometry calculus , physics, differential equations and engineering . Science Graphs can also be used to graph up to 1,000 x-y data points from an ASCII file.
World Web Math: Vector Calculus Index Vector calculus Index, Vector Fields; Double and Triple Integrals; Surfaces; Fundamental Theorems of Vector calculus. World Web Math Main Directory. http://web.mit.edu/wwmath/vectorc/
Advanced Physical Chemistry At The University Of Connecticut Contains guided readings in Advanced Physical Chemistry and Theoretical Chemistry, specifically, Quantum Mechanics and Statistical Mechanics, with an emphasis on chemical applications. Notice that Guided Reading means what it says, you can not simply read the material contained in this site, you must answer questions about the material as you proceed. These notes allow persons to review/carry out the algebra and calculus for standard quantum mechanical problems. http://www.sp.uconn.edu/~ch351vc/
Math History Thomas calculus. This calculus. Learn about the history of calculus. The history of calculus is rich and full of considerable human effort. http://occawlonline.pearsoned.com/bookbind/pubbooks/thomas_awl/chapter1/medialib
Extractions: Thomas' Calculus This guide to the history of calculus is keyed to the chapters and content of the 10th edition of Thomas' Calculus . This electronic document highlights important events and people in the development and use of calculus. Learn about the history of calculus The history of calculus is rich and full of considerable human effort. By investigating this guide, through the sections containing a timeline, essays on the development of the major elements and topics of the subject, biographies of over 100 contributors and users of the subjects, and a set of over 100 problems (questions keyed to chapters in the book) to investigate in the history of calculus, you can learn more about the subject and how it has been used to help society. These history modules (topic essays and biographies) can be used to supplement a reading assignment or lecture or with the problem exercises can supplement the outside class work. They are excellent sources for written or oral projects. The textbook contains icons that indicate good places where history modules can be used.
Extractions: This talk was given at the JPL Section 312 Programming Lunchtime Seminar. A function accepts input and produces an output. Suppose we have a "chocolate-covering" function that produces the following outputs for the corresponding inputs: peanuts -> chocolate-covered peanuts rasins -> chocolate-covered rasins ants -> chocolate-covered ants We can use Lambda-calculus to describe such a function: Lx.chocolate-covered x This is called a lambda-expression. (Here the "L" is supposed to be a lowercase Greek "lambda" character). If we want to apply the function to an argument, we use the following syntax: (Lx.chocolate-covered x)peanuts -> chocolate-covered peanuts Functions can also be the result of applying a lambda-expression, as with this "covering function maker": Ly.Lx.y-covered x We can use this to create a caramel-covering function: (Ly.Lx.y-covered x)caramel -> Lx.caramel-covered x Functions can also be the inputs to other functions, as with this "apply-to-ants" function:
Project Links | Home Contains modules for probability and statistics, discreet math, linear systems and advanced calculus. Developed by the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. http://links.math.rpi.edu/
Extractions: Difference Equations to Differential Equations is distributed under the GNU General Public License ("copyleft"). See below for details. Each section of the text is available in both PostScript and Portable Document Format (PDF) formats. If you require a PostScript viewer, click here for information on obtaining and installing a PostScript viewer. If you require a PDF viewer, click here or here for information on obtaining and installing a PDF viewer. Difference Equations to Differential Equations was written with the help of Tex DVIPS xdvi PDFTeX ... Mathematica A companion multi-variable calculus text, The Calculus of Functions of Several Variables is available here Send e-mail to Dan Sloughter to report any errors. Chapter Section Applet Date PostScript PDF Sequences, limits,
Extractions: Abstract: We introduce the type theory ¯ v , a call-by-value variant of Parigot's ¯-calculus, as a Curry-Howard representation theory of classical propositional proofs. The associated rewrite system is Church-Rosser and strongly normalizing, and definitional equality of the type theory is consistent, compatible with cut, congruent and decidable. The attendant call-by-value programming language ¯pcf v is obtained from ¯ v by augmenting it by basic arithmetic, conditionals and fixpoints. We study the... (Update)
Multivariable Calculus In The Lab Multivariable calculus in the Lab. A collection of Maple V R3 Worksheets. Used in Math 222 at Cornell, Fall 1994. Copyright Notice. http://mathlab.cit.cornell.edu/local_maple/mvc/lecguide.html
Extractions: Some Maple Release 7 Versions (and Related) Worksheets are now available here This collection of worksheets was written for Maple V R3 on the Macs. It was a first time using these materials, so there are rough edges to be improved upon. The Mac interface to Maple is a very nice one, although significantly different from the Unix xmaple and Windows interfaces. In particular it supports the pasting of color pictures into worksheets. Also, these worksheets use multi-line input at times, and hence rely on the Mac option that only the enter key sends input to Maple. The worksheets can be accessed by any of: Download Entire Collection (as Math_222.sea.hqx) in Mac Format Week 1: Week 2: Week 3: Week 4: Week 5: Week 6: Week 7: Week 8:
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Basic Calculus Discusses the development of analytic geometry, derivative and integral functions dating from Archimedes http://www.nd.edu/~hahn/
Extractions: E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org My principal research interests lie in the theory of computation with special emphasis on symbolic computation. In particular, my current research involves lambda calculus and combinatory algebra. This area underwent extensive development in the first half of this century, and then lay dormant until Dana Scott's fundamental work in the 1970's. Part of what has emerged from Scott's work is that lambda calculus forms the foundation of functional programming at both the semantic and syntactic levels. As a result, the area has been revived by an influx of theoretical problems directly related to design and implementation issues. Church's lambda delta calculus, LPR '00 The word problem for combinators, RTA '00
Calculus Resources Langara College Department of Mathematics and Statistics Internet Resources for the calculus Student Topics in calculus. http://www.langara.bc.ca/mathstats/resource/onWeb/calculus/
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Extractions: Abstract: PROOF THEORETIC APPROACH TO SPECIFICATION LANGUAGES Jawahar Lal Chirimar Advisor: Dale Miller In this thesis I study FORUM as a specification language. FORUM is a higher-order logic based on the logical connectives of Linear Logic. As an initial example, I demonstrate that FORUM is well suited for specifying concurrent computations by specifying the higherorder ß calculus. Next, I focus on the problem of specifying programming languages with higher-order functions, and imperative features such ... (Update)
SpringerLink - Publication StudyWorks! Online Interactive calculusInteractive calculus. The activities in this section will help you get a handson feel for some of the fundamental principles of calculus. http://www.springerlink.com/openurl.asp?genre=journal&issn=0944-2669