Java At Xanadu math Xanadu 2/21/96 6/21/96 java at Xanadu. Web tools for mathematics. Notes and Credits. Links. Dale Greer s Bouncy Balls. Calculus. Applets for http://xanadu.math.utah.edu/java/
Java Area Applet In the startup exampel they are 0, 1, 0, 0, correspoding to the graph y = x 2 ,. a parabola. Sorry, your browser needs java to display this applet. Notes. http://xanadu.math.utah.edu/java/ApproxArea.html
Extractions: Java The applet below computes the area of a figure made of rectangles which approximates the region under the given curve. This curve is the graph of a polynomial of degree three or less. The coefficients are listed in the boxes just above the graph. In the start-up exampel they are 0, 1, 0, 0, correspoding to the graph y = x a parabola. Sorry, your browser needs Java to display this applet. Use the button "+" to increase the number of rectangles in the approximating figure, hence to increase its accuracy. As the number of rectangles increases, the' area of the figure gets closer and closer to the area under the curve. Thus the area under the curve is limit value of these approximations: limit( A n ) = A where A n is the are of the approximating figure and A is the area of the given figure. Question: What is the area under the parabola?
Virtual Laboratories In Probability And Statistics Statistics Object Library contains the java class files files for all applets and components of applets in this of Alabama in Huntsville siegrist@math.uah.edu http://www.math.uah.edu/stat/
Extractions: var baseURL = "./"; Foundations Probability Spaces Distributions Expected Value ... Interacting Particle Systems The goal of this project is to provide free, high quality, interactive, web-based resources for students and teachers of probability and statistics. Basically, our project consists of an integrated set of components that includes expository text, applets, data sets, biographical sketches, an object library, and other elements. Please read the introduction for more information about the content, structure, mathematical prerequisites. and organization of the project. Please bookmark this site ; we hope you will visit frequently. Please also let us hear from you. Use the feedback form to send suggestions, bug reports, or other comments. Thank you! This site uses a number of advanced technologies, including the Mathematics Markup Language (MathML), for portable and notationally correct mathematical expressions, and the Java 2 Runtime Environment for the applets. To use this site, you will need one of the following browser configurations (the first one is best):
Interactive Math Programs Interactive math Programs. The programs are java applets tested on Macintosh computers running OS 10 using Netscape v7 and Internet Explorer v5.2, and on http://www.dartmouth.edu/~rewn/javaindex.html
Extractions: Interactive Math Programs These programs are designed to be used with Multivariable Mathematics by R.E. Williamson and H.F. Trotter, and Introduction to Differential Equation s by Richard E. Williamson, but are quite generally useful for illustrating concepts in the areas covered by the texts. So have fun, experiment with different values, and let us know if you have any trouble. These programs were originally written in True Basic for the Macintosh by Richard Williamson. The translation into Java and the writing of a recursive descent equation parser was done by Scott Rankin and Susan Schwarz. To run one of the programs in the list below, just click on its name. Each program displays a brief explanation of how to use it. If you run into difficulties, here are more detailed instructions on running the applets. The first time you try any of the programs you may want to look at the link anyway. If you do not see the buttons that are used to run the program, you may need to scroll down in the browser window until the buttons are visible.
Toying With Reality: Java And VRML. math related java applets demonstrate java s ability to interact, challange, and entertain. Features equation graphing, raytracing http://www.frontiernet.net/~imaging/math_is_a_game.html
Extractions: Java Applets partcipating visitors , well designed Java applets can grab and involve people, instead of isolating them as constrained, passive and uninvolved spectators. A fast and fun introduction: if the picture looks interesting click on it and the Java program will start. The Pythagorean Theorem: Pythagaraus drew in the sand, after you press the "Graph ..." button. Draw and add vectors, visually. Imaging Raytracer : My own raytracing applet Interactive Java Raytracing Java Calculator : A 15 function Calculator A Rotating Solid Cube covered with photos, give it a spin ! Play a piano. Games : Play On-line Games including Lunar Lander, Tetris, Pool ... Contents Page
Pythagorean Theorem Manipula math with java is a collection of more than 70 applets illustrating mathematical concepts including Trigonometry and Calculus created by IES Inc. http://www.frontiernet.net/~imaging/pythagorean.html
Extractions: Rotates around the opposite vertex. move Drag the central red point. Reference "Pythagoras Theorem" OYA, Shinichi, 1975, Tokai University Press. The above applets, images, and text were created by IES Inc (International Education Software ), a producer of educational software in Japan. Manipula Math with Java is a collection of more than 70 applets illustrating mathematical concepts including Trigonometry and Calculus created by IES Inc. "Imaging the Imaginged" (this site) mirrors these two applets, presenting them as excellent examples of using graphics, interaction, and Java for providing an enhanced educational experience efficiently and effectively using the combined power of the internet, Java, and the machine you are now using. I've written an Interactive Quadric Surface Rendering I've mirrored these applets to facilitate faster access to them for users here in the United States and to present them in the slightly modified context with a greater emphasis on the the advantages of using graphics and interaction
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Hungry Frog Java Arcade Games: Java Applets java Game Applets (help java based Hungry Frog lite games - Play with just your internet browser math Arithmetic Game v1.0 math v1.0 v1.0 HF math Arithmetic. http://www.hungryfrog.com/java/javamath.htm
Hungry Frog Math Arithmetic Lite: Java Applet Hungry Frog math Arithmetic Lite java Game Applet v1.0. runs on even the oldest java enabled Internet Browsers -. Click on a frog to make it hungry . http://www.hungryfrog.com/java/javamath1.htm
Mathematics Archives - Topics In Mathematics KEYWORDS Bases, Paradoxes, Divisibility, Napier Bones; Jumbled Words ADD. KEYWORDS math Terms SOURCE Quia Corporation TECHNOLOGY java applet; Let s Count! http://archives.math.utk.edu/cgi-bin/interactive.html
Extractions: Topics in Mathematics JAVA and Other Interactive WWW Pages We have discontinued our regular listing of JAVA and Other Interactive WWW Pages and now refer our users to our listing of Topics in Mathematics where is it possible to search for specific topics. Items with the icon indicate Interactive WWW Pages and items with the icon indicate JAVA applets.The following is the result of doing a search using these icons with as the search term. The information conveyed by other icons is described below Algebra: Abstract and Concrete by Frederick M. Goodman
Visual Calculus - Transformation Of Functions Problem Using the enclosed java applet, explore graphically the effect of transforming the given graph with translations, vertical and horizontal stretchings http://archives.math.utk.edu/visual.calculus/0/shifting.4/
Extractions: Using the enclosed Java applet, explore graphically the effect of transforming the given graph with translations, vertical and horizontal stretchings and reflections. Visualization: This exploration is about using one of five transformations to construct new functions from a given function. We start with the blue graph which is the graph of some function ( Why? ) and which is contained in the other window which was created when you pressed the View Java Applet button. You can manipulate this graph in the five ways which are listed in the box beneath the graph. For more information on these manipulations, click on one of the following items: Translate Graph Vertical Stretching or Compression Horizontal Stretching or Compression Reflection about x-axis ... Reflection about y-axis
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ODE Software For MATLAB In addition there are java versions of dfield and pplane available for use on the internet. ODESOLVE. odesolve is a MATLAB program http://math.rice.edu/~dfield/
Extractions: ODE Software for M ATLAB The programs dfield and pplane are described in some detail in the manual Ordinary Differential Equations using MATLAB. There are several versions of the software available for use with various editions of MATLAB. dfield and pplane John C. Polking. Several versions of dfield and pplane are available. In addition there are a couple of pieces of related software. In addition there are java versions of dfield and pplane available for use on the internet. odesolve is a MATLAB program for solving arbitrary systems of ordinary differential equations. It is still in an early stage of development, but it is fairly stable. Its use is described in the third edition of Ordinary Differential Equations using MATLAB.
NonEuclid - Hyperbolic Geometry Article + Software Applet NonEuclid is java Software for Interactively Creating Ruler and Compass Constructions in both the Poincaré Disk and the Upper HalfPlane Models of Hyperbolic http://math.rice.edu/~joel/NonEuclid/
Index Of Java Applets Sampler of applets Paul Garrett, garrett@math.umn.edu. Clean.java auxiliary class used to remove commas and spaces from numbers, in some of the applets below http://www.math.umn.edu/~garrett/px/index.shtml
Extractions: These are feasibility and performance studies. In some cases the point is that mathematics-based graphics can be delivered in much smaller packages via Java than in graphics files. Clean.java ... small auxiliary class used to remove commas and spaces from numbers, in some of the applets below. Grapher source, etc. fast modular ... [source] exponentiation calculator (with size limitations...) Mixing effect [source] of iterations of map in 2D ... Movie of mixing [source] Commodity prices modelled by ... [source] "geometric brownian motion". User-configurable volatility and drift, etc. Mandelbrot set with Zoom ... [source] in/out, adjustable number of iterations, etc. Conway's game of Life [source] Spatial Ecology demo [source] ... [source] space
Numerical Integration Rules Applet Numerical integration rules. This applet uses numerical integration rules to approximate the integral. . Select a method and the desired http://math.furman.edu/~dcs/java/NumericalIntegration.html
Tangent Line Applet Secant line approximations to the tangent line. Dragging the red dot on the xaxis will move the secant line. http://math.furman.edu/~dcs/java/tangent.html
Extractions: The Eternal Math applet, included below, simulates a Java virtual machine executing a few bytecode instructions. This applet accompanies Chapter 5, "The Java Virtual Machine, " of Inside the Java 2 Virtual Machine For some reason, your browser won't let you view this way cool Java applet. The instructions in the simulation were generated by the javac compiler given the following code: Here are the bytecodes generated by javac for class Act The instructions in the simulation represent the body of the method of class Act , shown above. This simulation shows the local variables and operand stack of the current frame, the pc register, and the bytecodes in the method area. It also shows an optop register, which you can think of as part of the frame data of this particular implementation of the Java virtual machine. The optop register always points to one word beyond the top of the operand stack. The applet has four buttons: Step, Reset, Run, and Stop. Each time you press the Step button, the Java virtual machine simulator will execute the instruction pointed to by the pc register. Initially, the pc register points to an instruction. The first time you press the Step button, therefore, the virtual machine will execute
Beer Math Calculator Return to main page. java Beer Calculator. Your browser does not support java! Your browser does not support java! Sorry, your browser does not support java. http://www.leebrewery.com/beermath.htm
Java Applets The following pages (with java applets) were tested with Netscape 4.6. Please send any comments to us. The sample space model. Calculator(mean and deviation). http://www2.spsu.edu/math/deng/m2260/java.htm