ATCM 1998   Electronic Proceedings of the 3rd
         Asian Technology Conference in Mathematics

Contributed Papers

    Technology in Mathematics Education

  1. About the Polynomials in Two Variables: Demonstrating the Characteristics of Polynomials by Using a Model, Masahiro TAKIZAWA, Otawara High School, Japan
  2. Allowing the Uses of the Computer in a Mathematical Competition, Jen-chung CHUAN, National Tsing Hua University, Taiwan
  3. An Innovative Modeling Course at the Freshman/Sophomore Level, Silvia HEUBACH, California State University Los Angeles, USA
  4. An Undergraduate Technology-based Applied Mathematics Program at Universiti Sains Malaysia, Rosihan M. Ali & Ahmad Izani Md. Ismail, Universiti Sains Malaysia, Malaysia
  5. Developing the Curriculum for Curves Using History and Technology, Masami ISODA, University of Tsukuba, Japan
  6. Grasp Meanings with Interactive Java Animation on WWW, Shigeru TSUYUKI, International Education Software, Japan
  7. How Should the Coming Mathematics Education Get Connected with the Computers? - Starting by Solving Problems within Our Daily Life -, Tomoko YANAGIMOTO, Osaka Kyoiku University, Japan
  8. Impacts of Using Calculators in Learning Mathematics, Tingyao ZHENG, State University of New York College at Fredonia, USA
  9. Inferential Statistics and the Graphics Calculator, Barry KISSANE, Murdoch University, Australia
  10. Internet Course Material Supporting Mathematics Programmes Offered at RMIT, G.F. FITZ-GERALD, W.P. HEALY & M. LUKIC, RMIT University, Australia
  11. Introductory Programming and Word Problems, Jozef HVORECKY, University of Papua New Guinea, Papua New Guinea
  12. Overview and Comment on the Use of Modern Technology in Shanghai School Mathematics, Xu-hui LI, East China Normal University, China
  13. Semantic Nets for Solving Word Problems, Pearla NESHER, The University of Haifa, Israel
  14. Teaching Approaches Using Graphing Calculator in the Classroom for the Hearing-Impaired Student , Akira MORIMOTO, Tsukuba College of Technology for the Deaf & Yoshinori NAKAMURA, Miyagi School for the Deaf, Japan
  15. Teaching Mathematics with Technology, Shin WATANABE, Tokai University, Japan
  16. Technology, Projects, and Elementary Statistics, T.W. JUDSON, University of Portland, USA
  17. Uses of Java Applets in Mathematics Education, Christopher P. MAWATA, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga, USA

    Application of Mathematical Software in the Classroom and via the World Wide Web

  18. A Front-end Tool for Mathematical Computation and Education in a Network Environment, T. SAKURAI, University of Tsukuba, Y. ZHAO, Nagasaki Institute of Applied Science, H. SUGIURA, Nagoya University & T. TORII, Nanzan University, Japan
  19. An Open Learning Mathematics Foundation Course with MATCAD, Andrew TOON, Open University Degree Programme, Singapore
  20. Building Dynamic Mathematical Models with Geometry Expert - I. Geometric Transformations, Functions and Plane Curves, Xiao-Shan GAO & Changcai ZHU, Academia Sinica, Beijing, China, Yong HUANG, Academia Sinica, ChengDu, China
  21. Development of a BASIC Language Processing System in Accordance with ISO and its Aim, Kazuo SHIRAISHI, Bunkyo University, Japan
  22. GAP in Algebra Class, Hideki SAWADA, Yamagata University, Japan
  23. High Order Programming Using Mathematica in Teaching Programming, Hiroshi OHTSUKA, Kyushu University, Japan
  24. Improving Junior-High Geometry by Using Construction Software, Iwao IGUCHI & Katsuaki SUZUKI, Tohoku Gakuin University, Japan
  25. Mathematical Notations in Web Pages, Chor Pee LIM, Ngee Ann Polytechnic, Singapore
  26. On-Line Recognition of Handwriting Mathematical Expression via Network, Y. SAKAMOTO, Kyushu University, M. XIE, R. FUKUDA, Oita University & M. SUZUKI, Kyushu University, Japan
  27. Optical Recognition of Printed Mathematical Documents, K. INOUE, R. MIYAZAKI & M. SUZUKI, Kyushu University, Japan authors)
  28. Recursive Computations in Spreadsheets, Jozef HVORECKY, University of Papua New Guinea, Papua New Guinea, & Ivan TRENCANSKY, University of Economics Bratislava, Slovak Republic
  29. Use of Maple in Determining Radial Eigenfunctions for the Bound-State Aharonov-Bohm Effect, W.P. HEALY & H. HUNG, RMIT University, Australia

    Technology in Mathematical Research

  30. A New Algorithm Producting Generalized Sturm Sequence for Polynomials with Symbolic Coefficients, Hongguang FU, Lu YANG & Zhenbing ZENG, The Chinese Academy of Sciences, Chengdu, China
  31. A Note on Nearest Singular Polynomials, Lihong ZHI, Academia Sinica, Beijing, & Wenda WU, Beijing Municipal Computing Center, China
  32. Algorithms of Generalized Inverses and Their Stabilization, Hiroyuki MINAKUCHI, Hiroshi KAI & Matu-Tarow NODA, Ehime University, Japan
  33. Approximate Singular-value Decomposition of a Matrix with Polynomial Entries, T. KITAMOTO, University of Tsukuba, Japan
  34. Calculation System for the Dual Graph of Resolution of the Algebraic Curve Singularities using Risa/Asir, M. FUJIMOTO, Fukuoka University of Education & M. SUZUKI, Kyushu University, Japan
  35. Computer Verification of the Diameter of the N-Dimensional Pancake Network, Marissa P. JUSTAN, Trinity College of Quezon City, Philippines
  36. Development of a Genetic Algorithm Model: GAP, Nelson Wai CHAN, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
  37. Eight Lines Arrangements on the Real Projective Plane and the Root System of Type E8, Tetsuo FUKUI & Jiro SEKIGUCHI, Mukogawa Women's University, Japan
  38. Normal Lines Drawn to a Parabola and Geometric Constructions, Tilak de ALWIS, Southeastern Louisiana University, USA
  39. On the Leverrier-Faddeev Algorithm, Shui-hung HOU, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, China
  40. Polynomial Algorithms for Optimization Problems, Kei-ichi SHIRAISHI, Hiroshi KAI, Ehime University, Tomokatsu SAITO, Sophia University & Matu-Tarow NODA, Ehime University, Japan
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