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Dave Zachmann
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.
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<a href="http://www.compadre.org/psrc/items/detail.cfm?ID=4668">Zachmann, Dave. Colorado State University: Mathematical Modeling Applets. August 1, 2000.</a>
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D. Zachmann, Colorado State University: Mathematical Modeling Applets, (2000), <http://cauchy.math.colostate.edu/Applets/>.
APA Format
Zachmann, D. (2000, August 1). Colorado State University: Mathematical Modeling Applets. Retrieved January 27, 2015, from http://cauchy.math.colostate.edu/Applets/
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Zachmann, Dave. Colorado State University: Mathematical Modeling Applets. August 1, 2000. http://cauchy.math.colostate.edu/Applets/ (accessed 27 January 2015).
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Zachmann, Dave. Colorado State University: Mathematical Modeling Applets. 2000. 1 Aug. 2000. 27 Jan. 2015 <http://cauchy.math.colostate.edu/Applets/>.
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Author = "Dave Zachmann",
Title = {Colorado State University: Mathematical Modeling Applets},
Volume = {2015},
Number = {27 January 2015},
Month = {August 1, 2000},
Year = {2000}
}
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