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The Influence of Computing on Mathematical Research and Education
Edited by:
Joseph P. Lasalle
eBook ISBN:  9780821892350 
Product Code:  PSAPM/20.E 
List Price:  $99.00 
MAA Member Price:  $89.10 
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The Influence of Computing on Mathematical Research and Education
Edited by:
Joseph P. Lasalle
eBook ISBN:  9780821892350 
Product Code:  PSAPM/20.E 
List Price:  $99.00 
MAA Member Price:  $89.10 
AMS Member Price:  $79.20 

Book DetailsProceedings of Symposia in Applied MathematicsVolume: 20; 1974; 205 ppMSC: Primary 00; 97

Table of Contents

Invited addresses

D. H. Lehmer — The influence of computing on research in number theory [ MR 0364061 ]

Charles C. Sims — The influence of computers on algebra [ MR 0357556 ]

Ulf Grenander — Computational probability and statistics [ MR 0356297 ]

J. F. Traub — An introduction to some current research in numerical computational complexity [ MR 0353723 ]

Peter D. Lax — Applied mathematics and computing

Thomas E. Cheatham, Jr. — The unexpected impact of computers on science and mathematics [ MR 0349307 ]

Contributed papers

Peter Henrici — Computational complex analysis [ MR 0349957 ]

Aviezri S. Fraenkel — Combinatorial games with an annihilation rule

F. B. Lovis and R. V. M. Zahar — The integration of computing and mathematics at the Open University (an abstract)

Thomas Banchoff and Charles Strauss — Real time computer graphics techniques in geometry

Philip J. Davis — Visual geometry, computer graphics and theorems of perceived type

Robert P. Feinerman, Robert B. Kelman and Chester A. Koper, Jr. — Dual orthogonal series: A case study of the influence of computing upon mathematical theory

Myron Ginsberg — The design and use of an undergraduate numerical analysis laboratory

Andre R. Brousseau — Statistical and numerical analysis: A computer oriented approach

Marcel F. Neuts — Some problems in computational probability

Cecil R. Hallum — The influence of computing on generalized inverse applications in statistical analysis

Tyre A. Newton — On using the electronic analog computer to illustrate mathematical concepts

Edward L. Spitznagel, Jr. — An inexpensive computer assist in teaching large enrollment mathematics courses

Robert Ducharme — A new computer oriented (algorithmic) linear algebra course—preliminary report

Kenneth L. Hankerson and Gene A. Kemper — Computer supplemented business oriented mathematics


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Invited addresses

D. H. Lehmer — The influence of computing on research in number theory [ MR 0364061 ]

Charles C. Sims — The influence of computers on algebra [ MR 0357556 ]

Ulf Grenander — Computational probability and statistics [ MR 0356297 ]

J. F. Traub — An introduction to some current research in numerical computational complexity [ MR 0353723 ]

Peter D. Lax — Applied mathematics and computing

Thomas E. Cheatham, Jr. — The unexpected impact of computers on science and mathematics [ MR 0349307 ]

Contributed papers

Peter Henrici — Computational complex analysis [ MR 0349957 ]

Aviezri S. Fraenkel — Combinatorial games with an annihilation rule

F. B. Lovis and R. V. M. Zahar — The integration of computing and mathematics at the Open University (an abstract)

Thomas Banchoff and Charles Strauss — Real time computer graphics techniques in geometry

Philip J. Davis — Visual geometry, computer graphics and theorems of perceived type

Robert P. Feinerman, Robert B. Kelman and Chester A. Koper, Jr. — Dual orthogonal series: A case study of the influence of computing upon mathematical theory

Myron Ginsberg — The design and use of an undergraduate numerical analysis laboratory

Andre R. Brousseau — Statistical and numerical analysis: A computer oriented approach

Marcel F. Neuts — Some problems in computational probability

Cecil R. Hallum — The influence of computing on generalized inverse applications in statistical analysis

Tyre A. Newton — On using the electronic analog computer to illustrate mathematical concepts

Edward L. Spitznagel, Jr. — An inexpensive computer assist in teaching large enrollment mathematics courses

Robert Ducharme — A new computer oriented (algorithmic) linear algebra course—preliminary report

Kenneth L. Hankerson and Gene A. Kemper — Computer supplemented business oriented mathematics
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