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  1. Epileptiform Activity in Differential Equation Models of Neuronal Networks (Berichte Aus Der Physik) by Christian Hauptmann, 2000-10-12
  2. Inverse Problems: Activities for Undergraduates (Classroom Resource Materials) by Charles W. Groetsch, 1999-12-02
  3. Computing the Electrical Activity in the Heart (Monographs in Computational Science and Engineering) by Joakim Sundnes, Glenn Terje Lines, et all 2010-11-02
  4. Computer Science Research Activities In Asia: Software Technology And Patents, Cim, Scientific Computation And Differential Equations, Computer And Mathmatics Modelling, And System Simulation by David K. Kahaner, 1993-09-30
  5. Stochastic estimation in combined arms Lanchester modeling of warfare (Technical report / U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity) by Herbert E Cohen, 1985
  6. Methodology for stochastic modeling (Technical report / U.S. Army Materiel Systems Analysis Activity) by Herbert E Cohen, 1985
  7. Ready-To-Use Vocabulary, Word Attack & Comprehension Activities: Fifth Grade Reading Level (Reading Skills Activities Library) by Henriette L. Allen, Walter B. Barbe, et all 1999-09

21. Reviews - Articles On Differential Equations
398405. IDEA Internet differential equations activities, Elly Claus-McGahan,College Mathematics Journal, 295, 1998, 427-433.
Reviews - Articles on Differential Equations Below are short summaries of recent differential equations articles which have appeared in the College Mathematics Journal . Tom Judson, Chris Leary and Mike Breen wrote most of the summaries. Some summaries appeared in ERIC or Math Reviews . Almost all of the articles are listed at under the heading: Differential Equations and Dynamical Systems. We envision this as a growing body of reviews and invite you to submit reviews and references to this page. Questions, comments, and future reviews should be sent to Tom Judson Chris Leary , or Mike Breen . This project was begun as a part of the Undergraduate Faculty Program at the 2001 IAS/Park City Mathematics Institute. Topics Index Author Index First order equations
  • Some Socially Relevant Applications of Elementary Calculus, Colin Clark, College Mathematics Journal The Homicide Problem Revisited, David A. Smith

22. CCSU/ CLE - Math Links
Internet differential equations activities is an interdisciplinary effort to providestudents and teachers with computer based activities for differential
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Math Links Here is a list of math websites that are both informative and interesting. Thanks to Math Medics LLC at for the majority of the following information. Enjoy!!! COMPASS Practice This site has practice COMPASS problems (for mathematics) and solutions that are presented as PowerPoint slides. Walter Cotter, a math Professor at Floyd College and one of the authors of Chart Your Success on the COMPASS , has provided the materials and solutions.
General Mathematics Sites

23. Interesting Links
of Maths Georgia Institute of Technology; BU Differential EquationsProject; IDEA Internet differential equations activities; The
Interesting Links

24. Chris Athorne's Home Page
The site describes research activities of the differential equations group in the mathematics department at the university of Glasgow, UK, and provides some resources of a general nature.
Currently under
Feb 2003 This is not a Still Life Perspective Melancholia Resonance

25. Georgia Tech School Of Mathematics: Center For Dynamical Systems And Nonlinear S
The Center for Dynamical Systems and Nonlinear Studies was established in September 1988 to strengthen the existing research activities in the School of Mathematics with special focus on dynamical systems, differential equations, nonlinear analysis, and applications.
Center for Dynamical Systems and Nonlinear Studies
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26. Math Forum: Differential Equations
The best Internet resources for differential equations classroom materials, software, Internet projects, and public forums for discussion. activities for students and lovers of differential equations.
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See also the Math Forum's Internet Mathematics Library: Differential Equations.
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27. ASU Libraries -- Differential Equations
preface, offers an interdisciplinary effort to provide students and teachers aroundthe world with computer based activities for differential equations in a
Science Reference Room
Differential Equations
Listed below are a number of web sites dealing with differential equations. A number of these can serve as excellent tutorials.
  • IDEA: Internet Diffferential Equations Activities Sponsored by the NSF with a grant from the Division of Undergraduate Education, this site, according to the preface, offers an interdisciplinary effort to provide students and teachers around the world with computer based activities for differential equations in a wide variety of disciplines. Includes such areas as Current Projects, Software, and Additional Web Links.
  • Maple Exercises for Diffferential Equations The title says it all.
  • S.O.S. Mathematics: Differential Equations Provides a good deal of information on first and second order differential equations, higher order linear equations, Laplace transforms, systems of differential equations, and Fourier Series.
  • Interactive Learning in Calculus and Differential Equations with Applications Need I say more.
  • Differential Equation Solver This interactive program solves a second order, homogeneous, constant coefficients ordinary differential equation of the form
  • 28. TI-85 / 86 Activities For Differential Equations
    TI85 / 86 activities for differential equations. PDF Level Curves Using theTI-85 By Howard I. Dwyer Eightysomething!, Fall 1998, page 11 (64 KB)
    TI-85 / 86 Activities for Differential Equations
    Level Curves Using the TI-85
    By Howard I. Dwyer
    , Fall 1998, page 11 (64 KB) Slopefields and Euler's Method
    By Ray Barton Recovering a Function from its Derivative - A Graphical Approach
    By Ray Barton and Dennis Pence
    Differential Equations with the TI-86
    Biological Models with Differential Equations
    By Ray Barton and Dennis Pence
    Differential Equations with the TI-86
    2. Comparing Runge-Kutta and Euler Numerical Methods for Solving Initial Value Differential Equation Problems
    By Bert K. Waits 3. Logistic Growth - A Simple First Order Initial Value Differential Equation Problem
    By Bert K. Waits 4. An Amazing Discrete and Continuous Logistic Growth Connection Exploration
    By Bert K. Waits 5. A Simple Harmonic Motion Exploration By Bert K. Waits 6. A Pendulum With Damping Exploration By Bert K. Waits 7. A Predator - Prey Problem By Bert K. Waits Differential Equations Made Easy With the TI-86 By Ray Barton Eightysomething! , Winter 1997, page 1 (114 KB) Logistics Equations in TI-85 DifEq MODE By S. M. Marcella Louise Wallowicz

    29. TI-92 Activities For Differential Equations
    Services Free Downloads International Information. TI92 Activitiesfor differential equations. PDF Optimization Problems Using the
    TI-92 Activities for Differential Equations
    Optimization Problems: Using the TI-92
    By Rene Gossez and Jacqueline Sengier
    , Winter 1999, page 14 (64 KB) marks documents that can be viewed and printed with your web browser. Classroom Activities Matrix

    30. Differential Equations Course Description
    solving first order, second order and systems of differential equations symbolically,graphically The purpose of written homework and activities in this course
    Course Description This course is often considered the fourth semester of calculus. Using the calculus tools differentiation and integration we are now able to consider the solutions of equations involving derivatives. This course will concentrate on solving first order, second order and systems of differential equations symbolically, graphically, and numerically. Technology will be an integral part of this class. The computer algebra system MATLAB will be used throughout. During the semester students will learn to recognize and express the mathematical ideas graphically, numerically, symbolically, and in writing. They will become self-regulated learners and help other students become cooperative learners. The ultimate test of what you write is this: Can someone learn from your paper? Easily? Remember, the reader will see only what you wrote, not what you meant to say. So it must all be there, and be accurate. Make you paper reader friendly. We will talk more about this in class. Class time will be divided between lecture and class directed discussion. Since assignments will include reading, the lecture will serve to elaborate and clarify the readings. You will be expected to complete the reading assignment by the class meeting of each day, where you often will either have to hand in a paragraph about the reading, write such a paragraph at the start of class, or have a short quiz on the reading. During class directed discussion you will be expected to report on your progress/difficulties and ask questions about the material on the assignments.

    31. Statement On Teaching And Other Non-Research Activities
    Statement on Teaching and Other NonResearch activities. teach courses in calculus,ordinary and partial differential equations, differential geometry, algebra

    32. Fields Institute - Thematic Program On Partial Differential Equations 2003-04
    and parabolic systems of partial differential equations arising in mechanics, andon the equations of kinetic Specific activities that we are planning for the
    April 7, 2003 Home About Us Mathematics Education Calendar of Events ... Search
    Thematic Program on Partial Differential Equations
    August 2003 - June 2004
    Registration 2003 Program Visitor Information 2004 Program ... Hotels and Housing Organizing Committee:
    W.Craig (McMaster)
    N. Ercolani (Arizona)
    C. Sulem (Toronto Scientific Committee:
    L. Bronsard (McMaster)
    W. Craig (McMaster)
    N. Ercolani (Arizona)
    R. McCann (Toronto)
    M. Sigal (Toronto)
    C. Sulem (Toronto) J. Toth (McGill ) C.E. Wayne (Boston )
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    Overview of the Program:
    The thematic program on PDE will be focused principally on problems that stem from questions in applied mathematics and in mathematical physics. The particular choice of subject matter is dictated by a choice of active topics of research that are of particular current interest, and the mathematical taste of the Scientific Committee. As mentioned in the introduction, we are planning the fall semester of the program to be focused on elliptic and parabolic systems of partial differential equations arising in mathematical theories of super-conductivity and of phase transition phenomena in the physics of materials. The winter semester will be focused on

    33. Math 55 - Differential Equations
    differential equations is taught in our phsyics laboratory where each student Youcan view examinations given in past differential classes at Sample activities.
    Math 55 - Differential Equations
    Instructor: David Arnold
    What Is Differential Equations?
    The Math 55 course at College of the Redwoods is an intoductory course in differential equations. Its primary emphasis is finding the solutions of equations involving derivatives of functions. Along the way students will study
    • First order differential equations (all derivatives are first derivatives) First order systems (systems of equations involving only first derivatives) Linear systems Nonlinear systems Forcing and Resonance Laplace transforms
    What Are The Prerequisites?
    Students need to complete two courses in calculus differentiation and integration before enrolling in differential equations. It is helpful (but not required) if you have completed courses in linear algebra and multivariable calculus. Linear algebra and multivariable concepts are developed in the differential equations course as needed, so students should not feel that they are at a disadvantage if they have not completed courses in multivariable calculus and linear algebra. In fact, many students in other disciplines (e.g. biology) perform very well in differential equations courses after completing only the required calculus courses (differentiation and integration).
    Who Takes Differential Equations?

    34. Devaney Books
    The Mandelbrot and Julia sets A Toolkit of Dynamics activities. Key CurriculumPress, 1999. differential equations. differential equations, Second Edition.
    Books by Robert L. Devaney
    This is a series of four paperback books on dynamical systems for high school students and their teachers. The books progress in level from grades 7-9 (Iteration and Fractals), grades 10-11 (Chaos), and grade 12 (The Mandelbrot and Julia Sets).
    Iteration: A Toolkit of Dynamics Activites. Key Curriculum Press, 1998. With J. Choate and A. Foster.
    Fractals: A Toolkit of Dynamics Activities. Key Curriculum Press, 1998. With J. Choate and A. Foster.
    Chaos: A Toolkit of Dynamics Activities. Key Curriculum Press, 1999. With J. Choate. The Mandelbrot and Julia sets: A Toolkit of Dynamics Activities. Key Curriculum Press, 1999.
    Second Edition. Now published by Perseus Publishing Co. , a division of Harper/Collins, 1989. ISBN 0-201-13046-7. Telephone: 800-386-5656. This book is intended for graduate students in mathematics and researchers in other fields who wish to understand more about dynamical systems theory. Half the book is devoted to one-dimensional dynamics, the remainder equally split between higher dimensional dynamics and complex dynamics. The book has been used in undergraduate courses with success. However, it is advisable to cover only the material on one-dimensional dynamics in such a course. Want to see some happy readers of the first edition? Click

    35. Workshops On The Teaching Of Differential Equations
    emphasize the way in which differential equations are used throughout a student'seducation, participants will take part in collaborative activities in small
    Workshop on the Teaching of Differential Equations
    Using a Dynamical Systems Perspective
    June 1-4, 1997: Davidson College, Davidson, NC June 22-25, 1997: DePaul University, Chicago, IL
    The Boston University Differential Equations Project will present two faculty enhancement workshops in June of 1997. The first will be June 1-4 at Davidson College, and the second will be June 22-25 at DePaul University. The workshop presenters will be Paul Blanchard and Robert L.Devaney (both from the Department of Mathematics at Boston University) and Michael Ruane (College of Engineering at Boston University). Each workshop will start on Sunday morning and will end early on Wednesday afternoon. Participants are encouraged to arrive on Saturday evening, and housing will be available for that night as well. A more detailed daily schedule will be announced later. Support for housing and meals will be provided to a limited number of participants by a grant from the National Science Foundation. Travel expenses are expected to be provided by each participant's home institution. An application form is provided below. All faculty who are interested in the teaching of differential equations are encouraged to apply. If possible, faculty are especially encouraged to apply in pairs, one from a mathematics department and one from an engineering or a science department at the same or nearby institution. Participants must also agree to certain follow-through activities that will be described in more detail when the $20 acceptance fee is requested by the workshop.

    36. Research/Creative Activities
    RESEARCH/CREATIVE activities. MS Thesis Gilbert Shanga, Locally One DimensionalMethods for Parabolic Partial differential equations, October 15, 1998.
    Professor of Mathematics
    Western Illinois University
    Macomb, Illinois
    1. Post-Doctoral Research Fellowships: August 2, 1993-August 20, 1993:
    Visiting Scientist
    Hampton, VA 23681-0001, USA August 5, 1990-August 15, 1990 Research Fellow
    Supercomputation Research
    Institute, Florida State Univ.
    Tallahassee, FL., USA July 23, 1990-July 30, 1990 Research Fellow
    Department of Mathematics
    University of Maryland College Park, MD, USA Nov. 16, 1989-Nov. 23, 1989 Research Fellow Supercomputation Research Institute, Florida State Univ. Tallahassee, FL, USA June 27, 1986-September 1, 1986 and June 26, 1985-September 1, 1985 Visiting Research Fellow Department of Mathematics Brunel Univ. England

    37. Faculty Members And Their Research Activities
    Norio SHIMAKURA, D.Sc. Partial differential equations. In particular lzumiTAKAGI, D.Sc. Nonlinear partial differential equations. In particular
    Mathematical Institute, Tohoku University
    (as of April 1, 2003)
    English / Japanese
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    Professors Associate Professors ... Research Associates
    • Shigetoshi BANDO, Ph.D.
      Differential geometry, with analytical method, in particular interested in Einstein metrics. Einstein metrics on real manifolds, Einstein-Kaehler metrics Einstein-Hermitian metrics on holomorphic vector bundles. Masaki HANAMURA , Ph.D.
      Algebraic Geometry. In particular, algebraic cycles, cohomology theories, and theory of motifs. Masanori ISHIDA , D.Sc.
      Algebraic geometry varieties. In particular, complexes of modules associated to toric algebraic varieties. Katsuei KENMOTSU, D.Sc.
      Differential geometry. In particular, submanifold geometry which studies minimal surfaces, constant mean curvature surfaces and submanifolds with parallel mean curvature in various spaces. Hideo KOZONO, D.Sc.
      Mathematical Physics and Functional Analysis. Yasuo MORITA, D.Sc.

    38. IACM: Research & Development Activities
    Computing Group targets its activities towards the development of numerical methodsfor the solution of partial differential equations with applications in
    More accessible version FORTH Institutes IACM
    Scientific and Research Interests The activities of the research groups of IACM are directed towards:
    Research in Applied Mathematics
    • Mathematical and computational methods for wave propagation with emphasis in underwater acoustics. Development of numerical methods and techniques for the solution of Partial Differential Equations which describe physical phenomena and technological processes. Studies of non-linear partial differential equations associated with the mechanics of continuous media. Development of mathematical models and statistical methods for regional analysis and decision making problems.
    Development of computational platforms for solving applied problems
    • Integrated computer environments for the solution of wave propagation and acoustic tomography problems in the sea. User-friendly environments for pre and post - processing of scientific computations. Development of integrated decision making tools and Geographical Information Systems (GIS) in regional planning problems.

    39. Professional Activities And Service
    Professional activities and Service. 1 Optimization; Numerical Methodsfor Partial differential equations; Physica D; Physics Letters A;
      Professional Activities and Service
      • Applied Mathematics Letters Applied Optics Computers in Physics Computer Physics Communications European Journal of Applied Mathematics Europhysics Letters Foundations of Physics Geophysical Research Letters IEEE Transactions on Sonics and Ultrasonics International Journal of Computers and Mathematics with Applications Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Journal of Mathematical Physics Journal of Nonlinear Mathematical Physics Journal of Physics A: Mathematics and General Journal of Symbolic Computation Mathematical Reviews Mathematics and Computers in Simulation Numerical Functional Analysis and Optimization Numerical Methods for Partial Differential Equations Physica D Physics Letters A Physical Review B and E Physical Review Letters SIAM Journal of Applied Mathematics Simon Stevin The Mathematica Journal Wave Motion

      • American Mathematical Society (AMS) Los Alamos National Laboratory National Science Foundation (NSF) NATO Scientific Committee (NATO) Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) South African National Research Foundation (NRF, formerly FRD)

    40. Mathematical And Computer Science Progress With Regard To Assessment:
    differential equations was revised to have three tests and a final.Course continues to be monitored through focus group activities.
    Mathematical and Computer Sciences Department's Use of Information Acquired through Assessment Activities Semester Source Concern Response Follow-up Spring '97
    • Feedback from Physics Department
    Students Knowledge of Vectors in Physics Course. Vectors were discussed in Physics the semester before they were addressed in Calculus. Revision of Calculus sequence to correspond with the physics sequence. The introduction of vectors now occurs in Calc II rather than Calc III. Mini-grant study completed in Summer of 1999 by Dr. Barbara Bath suggests that students have been successful in the new sequence. This same study also recommends further analysis with regard to the effect of the sequence upon students performances in physics. Spring '98
    • Faculty Survey
    Appropriateness of the general set of Departmental Goals and Objectives to Core Courses, Mathematics Major Courses and Computer Science Major Courses. Departmental Goals and Objectives were re-examined and separate lists of Goals and Objectives were developed for Core Courses, Mathematics Major Courses and Computer Science Major Courses. On-going review of the Faculty Survey and appropriateness of current goals and objectives by Undergraduate Curriculum Committee.

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