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  1. Geometry of Curves and Surfaces with MAPLE by Vladimir Y. Rovenski, 2000-04-26
  2. Uncertain Projective Geometry: Statistical Reasoning for Polyhedral Object Reconstruction (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Stephan Heuel, 2004-06-14
  3. Descriptive Geometry Worksheets With Computer Graphics: Series A by E. G. Pare, Robert Olin Loving, et all 1996-09
  4. Generative Computer-Assisted Instruction in Analytic Geometry by William R. Uttal, 1970-06-01
  5. McDougal Littel Passport to Algebra and Geometry Item Bank for Computer Test and Practice Generator
  6. Algorithms in Combinatorial Geometry (E a T C S Monographs on Theoretical Computer Science) by Herbert Edelsbrunner, 1987-11
  7. Geometry-Driven Diffusion in Computer Vision (Computational Imaging and Vision)
  8. Level Set Methods: Evolving Interfaces in Computational Geometry, Fluid Mechanics, Computer Vision, and Materials Science (Cambridge Monographs on Applied and Computational Mathematics) by J. A. Sethian, 1996-08-30
  9. Projective Geometry and Its Applications to Computer Graphics by Michael A. Penna, Richard R. Patterson, 1986-01
  10. Working with accurate representations: the case of preconstructed dynamic geometry sketches.: An article from: Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching by Margaret Sinclair, 2004-06-22
  11. Fractal Geometry and Computer Graphics (Beitrage Zur Graphischen Datenverarbeitung) by Jose L. Encarnacao, H. Oo. Peitgen, et all 1992-10
  12. Computers in Geometry and Topology (Lecture Notes in Pure and Applied Mathematics) by Tangora M. C., 1989-01-06
  13. Descriptive Geometry Worksheets With Computer Graphics series B (series B)
  14. Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery: 9th International Conference, DGCI 2000 Uppsala, Sweden, December 13-15, 2000 Proceedings (Lecture Notes in Computer Science)

21. FB-Informatik (TU-KL) -- Department Of Computer Sciences
Department of computer Science. Research involves software components, algorithms, CAD, computer graphics, computational geometry, information management, computer networks, database and information systems, computer architecture, numerical algorithms, foundations of computer science and programming, communication systems, system software, robotics, artificial intelligence, software engineering, learning, programming languages and compiler constructions, and VLSI design.
Fachbereich Informatik der TU Kaiserslautern
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22. Sakkal_Design_Arabic_Islamic_Graphics
Arabic and Islamic art, calligraphy, graphic and web design, geometry, clip art and computer illustrations.
Arabic and Islamic Art, Arabic Calligraphy, Graphic and Web Design, Clip Art, Computer Illustration
Mamoun Sakkal wins two international competitions by Type Directors Club and United Nations Development Programme
T-shirts are now available in three colors and many sizes to choose from. Also see the new Product Design section with new Arabic calligraphy designs for mugs and plates. New Arabic and Islamic calligraphy wallpapers for mobile phones.
Logo design for KindHearts Ishtirak , and for Siwak A new section for Original Arabic Typeface designs by Mamoun Sakkal.
Arabic calligraphy for National Geographic magazine in Diwani style.
A new lesson in Square Kufi calligraphy.
To make "The Art of Arabic Calligraphy" articles more useful, additional links are added to show different examples of calligraphy
We have received many requests for simple Arabic Calligraphy name translations . We are now offering this service, and have posted some examples

23. ThinkQuest : Library : Ptolemy's Ptools
Using tools of yesterday, and tools specially created for this site, Ptolemy Ptools will give you geometry projects to do with your 3D computer games as well as projects to take outside and explore the world.
Index Math Geometry
Ptolemy's Ptools
Ever wonder how high a cloud is? You can calculate altitude right from your own backyard and this site will tell you how. It will also show you how to have fun while completing math projects. Learn more about Claudius Ptolemy, a famous Greek mathematician. Check out quadrants and the properties of triangles. Do math projects which measure trees, buildings, cloud altitude, wind speed, and the altitude of a model rocket flight. Visit Site 1998 ThinkQuest Internet Challenge Languages English Students Carl home schooled, Corey home schooled, Coaches Kye Palm Beach County Library, West Palm Beach, FL, United States Shelley home schooled, Want to build a ThinkQuest site? The ThinkQuest site above is one of thousands of educational web sites built by students from around the world. Click here to learn how you can build a ThinkQuest site. Privacy Policy

24. Imager Laboratory
Works towards advancing the science of computer graphics, computer animation, human computer interaction, and computational geometry.
Address Department of Computer Science
University of British Columbia
2330, 2333 - 2424 Main Mall
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z4
CANADA Phone Fax The Imager Laboratory for Graphics, Visualization and HCI is an interdisciplinary research group within the Department of Computer Science at the University of British Columbia . Imager's mission is to advance the science of computer graphics, computer animation, human computer interaction, visualization and computational geometry.
Introduction history sponsors finding us events ... photos Research graphics and animation human computer interaction information visualization individual overview Courses undergraduate graduate People faculty students alumni dedications Publications papers theses Resources journals conferences industry Local Interest lab meetings technical meetings newsgroup newsletter ... CS2 construction webcam Affiliations

25. Summer School On Computer Tools For Real Algebraic Geometry
Rennes, France; 30 June 5 July 2003.

[Fabrice Rouillier]
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Summer School on Computer Tools for Real Algebraic Geometry Participants Program
Summer School on Computer Tools for Real Algebraic Geometry
Large mini course, lectures and computer classes.
monday 30 june - saturday 5 july 2003 - Rennes
Supported by RAAG, CNRS, Université of Rennes 1, Rennes Metrop ole, Region Bretagne
Scientific committee : Michel Coste, Laureano Gonzalez Vega, Fabrice Rou illier, Marie-Francoise Roy, Markus Schweighofer
Lecturers Laureano Gonzalez-Vega, Joris van der Hoeven, Loic Pottier, Ste fan Ratschan, Fabrice Rouillier, Pablo Parrilo, Mohab Safey, Andreas Seidl, Phil ippe Trebuchet, Jan Verschelde, Philippe Wenger.
The program of the Summer School on "Computer Tools for Real Algebraic Geometry" contains several minicourses, lectures and computer labs covering algorithms, a nd their implementation, dealing with polynomial system solving, homotopy method s, cylindrical algebraic decomposition, quantifier elimination, real curves and surfaces, sums of squares, real closure, semialgebraic sets, etc.
The maximum number of participants is 40. Those interested in attending to the S ummer School should register at rouillie/P rojets/RAAG/School.

26. Personal Marco Pedicini
Institute for Applied Calculus, Rome Theoretical computer science, linear logic, geometry of interaction, optimal reductions.

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"Mauro Picone"
Marco PEDICINI Research Interests:
Dynamics of Computational Processes

- Linear Logic, Proof Nets and Geometry of Interaction;
- Computer Science: Concurrent and Parallel Systems;
Quantum Computation
FTP-site for Marco Pedicini e-prints.
Papers Links and Abstracts

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27. Engr. Allan S. Hugo's Class Web Pages
This page is the entry point for several class web pages of Engr. Allan S. Hugo which includes chemistry, mathematics (algebra, analytic geometry, etc.), chemical engineering, and computer programming.
Engr. Allan S. Hugo's Class Web Pages
Subjects: computer programming concepts, general chemistry, computer applications in chemical engineering, college algebra, analytic geometry
Kindly sign our guestbook August 21, 2001: Something new at cool stuff! Don't miss it. To view class web pages, please see contents below. For articles, please see EXTRA . For entertainment, kindly visit Cool Stuff Looking for me? Please check my schedules I invite you to take a few moments of your time to reflect on the message coming from our daily motivator . This is a wonderful opportunity to fill up your spirit everyday! Your education is more than just academics. It should be more of values. While you are studying, you should inculcate in yourself the right attitudes and cherish those values. Welcome to Engr. Allan S. Hugo's Class Web Pages Search this Site:
W elcome. Thank you for visiting our class web pages. My name is Engr. Allan S. Hugo and I am a member of the faculty of chemical engineering of the University of Saint La Salle What you will find here are the courses related to chemistry, computer programming, chemical engineering and mathematics. You will be able to see class notes, handouts and lectures. You will also have the chance to read online tutorials on computer programming plus some available source codes on C programming.

28. Chartwell-Yorke
computer algebra mathematics software (Derive 5 and LiveMath), Autograph for plotting, coordinate geometry and single variable statistics, CabriGeometre II dynamic geometry software, Fathom dynamic statistics, MathType equation editor.
Autograph - the ultimate graphing, coordinate geometry and single-variable statistics package. Lots of uses at KS3, KS4 and above. Version 3 available now (CD only - box and getting started guide to follow automatically when available). lets you dynamically explore Euclidean, transformational and coordinate geometry. Vectors, conics, equations of lines, much more. Strongly recommended for KS3 in particular, but with many uses at KS4 and above. Reviews. Come to the CabriWorld 2004 Conference in Rome. Derive 6 is a powerful computer algebra system for doing symbolic and numeric maths from school to professional level. Great value, compact and really easy to use. Arithmetic, Algebra, 2D and 3D plots, Calculus, Vector, Matrices, Sets, Programming. Particularly useful at KS4 and above. New version 6 shows calculus steps, exchanges data with TI calcs, has sliders to change values, and more. Demo Tutorials Reviews Fathom Dynamic Statistics software for data handling and statistics, specifically designed for education. Extensive sampling and simulation tools, hypothesis testing and estimation, over 200 data sets, infinite undo and redo, drag and grop data capture from Excel or internet, over 100 built-in functions, dozens of graph types. From the creators of

29. Parallel Worlds - Software Development Company. Home Page
Company develops algorithms and software for Image Processing, computer geometry, Vectoring, compression successfully used for satellite, bio medical, GIS, mapping and CAD/CAM applications.
Site Builder Workshop Your browser does not support frames, so this page, which is part of the Site Builder Workshop, does not include site navigation features. If you use a frame-capable browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer version 3.0 or later or , you'll have a much more pleasant experience navigating around this site.

30. Research Areas - Graduate Studies - CS - Programs - Baskin School Of Engineering
Research on decision theory, neural networks, computational biology, computational geometry, theoretical computer science, online learning algorithms, computational learning theory, reinforcement learning.
Home Programs CS Graduate Studies Research Areas Research Areas - Computer Science CS Graduate Requirements Current Requirements Continuing Students Breadth Requirement Approved Electives ... Exam Committee
CS Graduate Program Introduction Research Areas Faculty Courses
CS Class Schedule
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Home Page
... Software, Web, and Internet Engineering
Algorithms, Logic, and Complexity
The goal of pragmatic computer science is to develop systems that fully exploit the capabilities of current computer technology. The goal of theoretical computer science is to understand the underlying principles of information processing, principles that are invariant with respect to technological change. Some of the areas we are investigating are described below. Analysis of Algorithms An algorithm with exponential asymptotic running time is of limited practical value regardless of future advances in hardware technology. Members of the faculty are searching for efficient, practical algorithms to solve problems in coding, scheduling, logic, computational geometry, information retrieval, and programming-language optimization. We are also studying the approximation properties of NP optimization problems and developing methods for establishing both positive and negative approximation results for such problems. Parallel Computation Recent advances in VLSI have made it possible to use multiple processors to tackle a single problem. Efficient algorithms for a parallel system have characteristics far different from traditional sequential algorithms. Furthermore, some problems appear to be inherently sequential, in the sense that no parallel algorithm can significantly reduce the computation time needed to solve them. Our research has concentrated on distinguishing inherently sequential problems from those that can be solved quickly with parallel algorithms and on designing efficient parallel algorithms, particularly for scheduling and graph problems.

31. Home Page Jochen Pfalzgraf
University of Salzburg Application of mathematics to computer science, multi-agent systems, artificial neural networks, fuzzy reasoning, genetic algorithms, automated deduction in geometry, and semantical modelling
Jochen Pfalzgraf
Jochen PFALZGRAF, Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Math.
Full Professor (Ordinarius)
Fachbereich Informatik
(Department of Computer Science)
(University of Salzburg)
Jakob-Haringer-Str. 2
A-5020 Salzburg
phone: + 43 662 8044 6309
fax: + 43 662 8044 611

32. Piyush Kumar's Homepage
Indian Institute of Technology Undergraduate, especially interested in computational geometry, computer graphics and algorithms.
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33. Prof. Frank Dehne -
School of computer Science, Carleton University Parallel Computing, Coarse Grained Parallel Algorithms, Parallel Data Mining and OLAP, Computational geometry, Image Processing

34. Gousie, Michael B.
Wheaton College Computational geometry and computer Graphics, as applied to Geographic Information Systems (GIS).
Contact Information
Assistant Professor of Computer Science
Science Center 102B
Phone: (508) 286-3969
FAX: (508) 285-8202
Educational Background
Ph.D. Computer Science, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
  • Thesis: Contours to Digital Elevation Models: Grid-Based Surface Reconstruction Methods (in PostScript).

  • M.S. Computer Science, University of New Hampshire
  • Thesis: Evaluation of Parallel Scanline Algorithms

  • B.A. Mathematics/Computer Science, Providence College
    Here I am riding on top of Luke's shoulders at Wheaton's 2003 Thesis Parade!
    Schedule, Spring 2004
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    35. Gabor T. Herman
    City University of New York Image Reconstruction from Projections, Inverse Problems, Discrete Tomography, Biomedical Imaging, Medical Imaging, geometry of Digital Spaces, computer Graphics, Visualization, computer Vision
    Gabor T. Herman
    Department of Computer Science
    The Graduate Center

    City University of New York

    365 Fifth Avenue
    New York
    , NY 10016
    USA e-mail: phone: (212) 817-8193 fax: (212) 817-3408
    Current Information
    Books in Print:
    Basic Methods of Tomography and Inverse Problems , Institute of Physics, 1987 3D Imaging in Medicine , CRC Press, 1991 Geometry of Digital Spaces Discrete Tomography: Foundations, Algorithms, and Applications 3D Imaging in Medicine, 2nd Edition , CRC Press, 2000
    Recent and Current Courses:
    Reconstruction from Projections , Department of Computer Science, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Spring 2002
    The Geometry of Digital Spaces
    , Department of Computer Science, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Fall 2002
    Image Processing, Computer Vision and Visualization
    , Department of Computer Science, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Spring 2003
    Discrete Tomography
    , Department of Computer Science, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Fall 2003
    Readings in Computer Science: Algorithms for Image Reconstruction from Projections
    , Department of Computer Science, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Spring 2004
    Seminar in Image Processing and Computer Vision
    , Department of Computer Science, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, Spring 2004
    16th International Conference on Information Processing in Medical Imaging 7th Summer School on Image Processing , July 2-11, 1999, Szeged, Hungary (Invited Speaker)

    36. Singular:Home
    computer Algebra System for polynomial computations with special emphasis on commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, and singularity theory.
    A Computer Algebra System for Polynomial Computations
    Welcome to S INGULAR
  • May 2004: Release of SINGULAR version 2.0.5 , a minor upgrade from version 2.0.4 (Groebnerwalk, Janet basis, bug fixes and compatibitlity changes for gcc 3.2/3.3) is available for most Unix platforms (including Mac PPC Darwin) and Windows August 2002 : Textbook "A S INGULAR Introduction to Commutative Algebra" ... Springer Verlag . The book includes a CD containing a distribution of S INGULAR version 2-0-3 (for Unix/Windows/Mac platforms). S INGULAR is free software under GNU Public Licence . For registered S INGULAR users we offer the following free services
    • e-mail information about updates and news
    • support for installation and computational questions.
    Register as S INGULAR user Use any of the following links to find out more about S INGULAR

    S INGULAR ...

    is developed by the S INGULAR research group which is part of the Algebraic Geometry Group at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Kaiserslautern under the direction of Gert-Martin Greuel Gerhard Pfister , and Comments or suggestions? Send mail to
  • 37. Bath University - Department Of Computer Science
    Department of computer Science. Research themes Computational algebra and geometry; HCI; Multimedia computing; Systems software engineering.

    Undergraduate Students

    Post-graduate Students

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    Undergraduate Admissions
    Designing for Society, HCI 2003
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    38. Informatik - Universität Des Saarlandes - Saarbrücken
    Department of computer Science. Areas of research include combinatorics, computational geometry, compilers for realtime embedded systems, formal modelling of circuits, computer architecture, description and planning logics, formal grammars, cryptography, and distributed algorithms.
    AktuellesNeues aus der InformatikVorträgeJobbörse ... mehr ...
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    39. VXL - C++ Libraries For Computer Vision
    A collection of C++ libraries designed for computer vision research. Includes imaging, geometry, numerics, streaming I/O, basic templates, posix. VXL is written in ANSI/ISO C++ and is designed to be portable over many platforms.
    The Homepage
    C++ Libraries for Computer Vision Research and Implementation Contents: [Introduction] [Documentation] [Example code and images] [Download and install] ... [Bug reports]
    Introduction: What is VXL?
    VXL (the Vision- something -Libraries) is a collection of C++ libraries designed for computer vision research and implementation. It was created from TargetJr and the IUE with the aim of making a light, fast and consistent system. VXL is written in ANSI/ISO C++ and is designed to be portable over many platforms. The core libraries in VXL are:
    • vnl (numerics) : Numerical containers and algorithms. e.g. matrices, vectors, decompositions, optimisers. vil (imaging) : Loading, saving and manipulating images in many common file formats, including very large images. vgl (geometry) : Geometry for points, curves and other elementary objects in 1, 2 or 3 dimensions. vsl (streaming I/O), vbl (basic templates), vul (utilities) : Miscellaneous platform-independent functionality.
    As well as the core libraries, there are libraries covering numerical algorithms, image processing, co-ordinate systems, camera geometry, stereo, video manipulation, structure recovery from motion, probability modelling, GUI design, classification, robust estimation, feature tracking, topology, structure manipulation, 3d imaging

    40. CASA
    computer Algebra Software for constructive Algebraic geometry. Designed for performing computations and reasoning about geometric objects in classical algebraic geometry, in particular affine and projective algebraic geometry over an algebraically closed field of characteristic 0.
    CASA Computer Algebra System for Algebraic Geometry
    CASA is a special-purpose system for computational algebra and constructive algebraic geometry. The system has been developed since 1990. CASA is the ongoing product of the Computer Algebra Group at the Research Institute for Symbolic Computation (RISC-Linz), the University of Linz, Austria, under the direction of Prof. Winkler. The system is built on the kernel of the widely used computer algebra system Maple. Introduction Requirements, Distribution And Contact CASA: A Quick Tour What Is New ... Bibliography

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