This is a collection of 13 Java applets relating to computational mathematics. Each applet demonstrates a particular mathematical model of a physical system in an interactive format. Models include exponential growth, logistic growth, best quadratic, least squares circle, transient heat flow, and flow in a homogeneous porous medium.

These materials were developed to accompany a course on high performance computing, but would also serve to supplement any course that uses scientific visualization tools for viewing large data sets.

Zachmann, D. (2000, August 1). Colorado State University: Mathematical Modeling Applets. Retrieved June 25, 2016, from http://cauchy.math.colostate.edu/Applets/

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