Seminars, 2001
Lectures:
  • 18.12.2001
    Professor Larry Martin, Northpark university U.S.A
    WebAssign and Mathematica


    Abstract
    WebAssign supports math beyond the simple plug-and-chug number crunching. You can ask questions requiring Symbolic answers (functions of one or more variables). Of course, students have to obey the silly rules that computers tend to use like "implicit multiplication is not allowed," but that is good for professional practice. Additionally, WebAssign works well with MathML for presenting math on the web. MathML is the first internationally defined and accepted standard for XML (eXtensible Markup Language) presentation of mathematical material on the web. I will show several examples of the tools available for creating and rendering and interpreting MathML in web pages and in other ways.

  • 13.11.2001
    Emil Saucan, Technion and ORT Bruaude College
    On the existence of of quasi-regular mappings

    Abstract

  • 08.11.2001
    N. Kopachevsky, Taurida National V.Vernadsky University State, Simferopol, Ukraine, and the Black Sea Branch of Moscow
    Complete second order linear differential operator equations in Hilbert space and applications in hydrodynamics

    Abstract