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  1. Fractal Geometry and Computer Graphics (Beiträge zur Graphischen Datenverarbeitung)
  2. Lines and Curves: A Practical Geometry Handbook by Victor Gutenmacher, N.B. Vasilyev, 2004-07-23
  3. Combinatorial and Computational Geometry (Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Publications)
  4. Descriptive Geometry Worksheets with Computer Graphics, Series B by Eugene B. Pare, 1996-10-03
  5. Discrete Differential Geometry (Oberwolfach Seminars)
  6. Uncertain Projective Geometry: Statistical Reasoning for Polyhedral Object Reconstruction (Lecture Notes in Computer Science) by Stephan Heuel, 2004-06-14
  7. Geometric Computing with Clifford Algebras: Theoretical Foundations and Applications in Computer Vision and Robotics
  8. Data Structures and Algorithms III: Multi-dimensional Searching and Computational Geometry (Monographs in Theoretical Computer Science. An EATCS Series) by K. Mehlhorn, 1990-10-02
  9. Discrete and Computational Geometry: Japanese Conference, JCDCG 2004, Tokyo, Japan, October 8-11, 2004 (Lecture Notes in Computer Science / Theoretical Computer Science and General Issues)
  10. Intelligent Learning Environments: The Case of Geometry (NATO ASI Series / Computer and Systems Sciences)
  11. Exploring Analytical Geometry with Mathematica by Donald L. Vossler, 1999-10-22
  12. Exploring the Geometry of Nature: Computer Modeling of Chaos, Fractals, Cellular Automata, and Neural Networks (Advanced Programming Technology) by Edward Rietman, 1989-03
  13. Data Depth: Robust Multivariate Analysis, Computational Geometry and Applications (Dimacs Series in Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science) by Regina Y. Liu; Robert Serfling; and Diane L. Souvaine, 2006-11-21
  14. Geometry for Computer Graphics: Formulae, Examples and Proofs by John A. Vince, 2004-11-19

21. HK University Theses Online
1. Ho, Chiuchi ?. Title The use of computer software ingeometry learning. LOCATION, CALL NO. Special Collections, M.Ed.98H. Computer assiste

22. Geometry In Action: Graphics
approach. geometry for computer graphics. Teaching materials from theITTI Gravigs Project. Mosaic / stained glass graphic effect.
Graphics This area is quite closely connected with computational geometry; for instance ACM TOG often publishes computational geometry papers. Geometric research topics in graphics include data structures for ray tracing, clipping, and radiosity; hidden surface elimination algorithms; automatic simplification for distant objects; morphing; clustering for color quantization; converting triangulated surfaces to strips of triangles (some graphics engines take inputs in this form to save bandwidth); and construction of low-discrepancy point sets (for oversampling to eliminate Moire effects in ray tracing). Specialized applications of graphics in which other geometric ideas are needed include architecture virtual reality , and video game programming . This area is also related to mesh generation in several ways: both fields use triangulation algorithms to partition complex surfaces into simpler pieces, and radiosity calculations in graphics are essentially a special case of the finite element method.

23. Geometry In Action: CAM
An geometry problem arising in a special case of manufacturing concerns forming usesmedial axes to produce carved lettering by a computer controlled router.
Computer Aided Manufacturing Computer aided manufacturing concerns the use of algorithms for planning and controlling fabrication processes. These algorithms are also important to computer aided design , since it is important to be able to test manufacturability as part of the design process. Specific areas of computer aided manufacturing listed as separate topics here include assembly planning grasping and fixturing metrology robot motion planning , and textile layout

24. Developing Geometry Concepts Using Computer Programming Environments
Developing geometry Concepts Using computer Programming Environments.This activity provides opportunities for creative problem solving
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Developing Geometry Concepts Using Computer Programming Environments
This activity provides opportunities for creative problem solving while encouraging young students to estimate length and angle measure. Students are asked to enter a sequence of LOGO commands to help the turtle get to the pond. Children can write their own solutions using LOGO commands and input them into the computer. The turtle will then move and leave a trail or path according to the instructions given. Two possible solutions or paths that students might have produced can be seen. You can 'clear' any path and then create a new path that will get the turtle to the pond.
Can You Get the Turtle to the Pond?
Directions: You can try out "path 1" or "path 2" by checking the box and pressing "draw". To erase a path, press "clear". To create a new path, adjust the length by using the blue sliders and then press the "forward", "back", or "turn" buttons.
In an activity like the one described above, once children have found paths to the pond, they can share their programs with other students. Discussing their programs and the turtle paths with other students helps children reflect on their own method of solving the problem and on the relationships between distance and turtle movement and angle and turtle movement. Teachers can prompt further discussion and investigation with the following questions:

25. Developing Geometry Concepts Using Computer Programming Environments
back to Students iMath Investigations page. Developing geometry Concepts UsingComputer Programming Environments Can You Get the Turtle to the Pond?
Developing Geometry Concepts Using Computer Programming Environments
Can You Get the Turtle to the Pond?
You can try out "path 1" or "path 2" by checking the box and pressing "draw". To erase a path, press "clear". To create a new path, adjust the length by using the blue sliders and then press the "forward", "back", or "turn" buttons. click here
Questions for Students
  • How far does your turtle travel to get to the pond?
  • Can you find a shorter path to the pond?
  • How long is the shortest path to the pond?


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26. Home Page Jochen Pfalzgraf
University of Salzburg Application of mathematics to computer science, multi-agent systems, artificial neural networks, fuzzy reasoning, genetic algorithms, automated deduction in geometry, and semantical modelling
Jochen Pfalzgraf
Jochen PFALZGRAF, Prof. Dr. Dipl.-Math.
Full Professor, Chairman
(Department of Computer Science)
(University of Salzburg)
A-5020 Salzburg
phone: + 43 662 8044 6309
fax: + 43 662 8044 611

27. GD99 Short Course On Applications Of Classical Geometry In Computer-Aided Design
GD99 Short Course on Applications of Classical geometry in computerAided Design.Saturday, November 6, 1999. Sheraton Old Town Hotel Albuquerque, New Mexico.
GD99 Short Course on Applications of Classical Geometry in Computer-Aided Design
Saturday, November 6, 1999 Sheraton Old Town Hotel
Albuquerque, New Mexico
Helmut Pottmann
Institute of Geometry, Vienna University of Technology, Austria
Recent research has demonstrated the effectiveness of using classical geometric methods for the solution of problems arising in Computer-Aided Design. Because of a poor coverage of classical geometry in most mathematics curricula and the lack of suitable textbooks, the promising results that have been obtained so far have been fully understood only by a rather limited number of experts. On the other hand, the results of geometry driven research have received a lot of interest and are well suited for inclusion in professional systems. Thus it seems a good idea to offer a course that aims at an introduction to central concepts of classical geometry and their applications in CAD.
Classical geometric methods have been successfully applied to a variety of problems in Computer-Aided Design and Geometric Modeling, such as sweep surface design, animation and robot motion planning, segmentation and surface fitting in reverse engineering and NURBS representations of special functional forms of curves and surfaces (offsets, developable surfaces, blending surfaces,...). The applied classical material is located in a broad area, which includes projective geometry and classical differential geometry in its center and is surrounded by line geometry, sphere geometry, algebraic geometry, kinematical geometry and other geometric disciplines.

28. Machine Learning At UC Santa Cruz
Research on decision theory, neural networks, computational biology, computational geometry, theoretical computer science, online learning algorithms, computational learning theory, reinforcement learning.
Machine Learning Home Page
University of California, Santa Cruz
The Machine Learning group at UCSC is dedicated to the discovery and analysis of algorithms for different learning problems. Over the past eight years we have been developing a new family of on-line learning algorithms with qualitatively different behavior than the previously known gradient descent techniques. The major focus of our research is extending this family of algorithms and quantifying the performance differences between these algorithms and existing algorithms in various settings. There is also a large group applying machine learning techniques to computational biology
  • Publications
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    People associated with UCSC Machine Learning
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    Other machine learning resources on the web.
  • The Aida project
    A project funded by National Semiconductor Last modified: 20 Nov 1997 maintained by Nigel Duffy /
  • 29. DGCI'2002 - Discrete Geometry For Computer Imagery
    DGCI'2002 10th International Conference on Discrete Geometryfor computer Imagery. April 35, 2002 Bordeaux, France.
    DGCI'2002 10th International Conference on
    Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery April 3-5, 2002
    Bordeaux, France
    Thanks a lot to all the participants and contributors to DGCI'2002. Some photos taken at the conference are available here . We hope that you enjoyed your stay in Bordeaux. The next DGCI will take place in Naples, Italy, on 19-21 November, 2003. You can follow this link to get further information on this event: go to DGCI'2003 The aim of DGCI conference is to gather researchers on discrete geometry and topology, discrete models, with applications in image analysis and image synthesis. The proceedings of DGCI'2002 are now available on Springer LNCS website , as volume 2301.
    Sponsored by the International Association for Pattern Recognition, IAPR Last update: mai 31, 2002

    30. Chartwell-Yorke Mathematics Software And Books
    computer algebra mathematics software (Derive 5 and LiveMath), Autograph for plotting, coordinate geometry and single variable statistics, CabriGeometre II dynamic geometry software, Fathom dynamic statistics, MathType equation editor. Based in Bolton, UK.
    Autograph for Windows - the ultimate graphing, coordinate geometry and single-variable statistics package. Lots of uses at KS3, KS4 and above. lets you dynamically explore Euclidean, transformational and coordinate geometry. Vectors, conics, equations of lines, much more. For Windows or Mac. Strongly recommended for KS3 in particular, but with many uses at KS4 and above. Derive 5 is a powerful computer algebra system for doing symbolic and numeric maths from school to professional level. Great value, compact and really easy to use. Arithmetic, Algebra, 2D and 3D plots, Calculus, Vector, Matrices, Sets, Programming. Wide range of supporting books. Particularly useful at KS4 and above. Fathom Dynamic Statistics software for data handling and statistics, specifically designed for education. Extensive sampling and simulation tools, hypothesis testing and estimation, over 200 data sets, infinite undo and redo, drag and grop data capture from Excel or internet, over 100 built-in functions, dozens of graph types. From the creators of The Geometer's Sketchpad LiveMath MathType 5 lets you create exam papers, tests, and mathematical articles, quickly and perfectly. It's the powerful professional version of the Microsoft Equation Editor for precise control of your print or web-based documents. Helps produce T

    31. DGCI'2002 - Discrete Geometry For Computer Imagery
    DGCI home, 10 th Int. Conf. on Discrete geometry for computer Imagery. WednesdayApril 3. 8h309h00 registration. 9h00-9h30 welcome. Invited lecture.
    DGCI home th Int. Conf. on Discrete Geometry for Computer Imagery Wednesday April 3 8h30-9h00: registration 9h00-9h30: welcome Invited lecture Walter G. Kropatsch Abstraction Pyramids on Discrete Representations 10h30-10h50: coffee break S1. Topology XPMaps and Topological Segmentation - a Unified Approach to Finite Topologies in the Plane Curves in Separation Theorems for simplicity 26-surfaces 12h05-14h00: lunch S2. Combinatorial Image Analysis C. J. Gau and T. Yung Kong 4D Minimal Non-Simple Sets Luc Brun and Walter Kropatsch Receptive fields within the Combinatorial Pyramid framework Christophe Lohou and Gilles Bertrand A New 3D 6-Subiteration Thinning Algorithm based on P -simple Points Yuqing Song and Aidong Zhang Monotonic Tree 15h40-16h10: coffee break S3. Morphological Analysis Vincent Agnus, Christian Ronse Topological Reconstruction of Occluded Objects in Video Sequences Jose Crespo, Victor Maojo, José A. Sanandrés, Holger Billhardt and Alberto Muñoz On the Strong Property of Connected Open-Close and Close-Open Filters Pierre Soille Advances in the analysis of topographic features on discrete images Thursday April 4 Invited lecture Alfred M. Bruckstein

    32. Engr. Allan S. Hugo's Class Web Pages
    This page is the entry point for several class web pages of Engr. Allan S. Hugo which includes chemistry, mathematics (algebra, analytic geometry, etc.), chemical engineering, and computer programming.
    Engr. Allan S. Hugo's Class Web Pages
    Subjects: computer programming concepts, general chemistry, computer applications in chemical engineering, college algebra, analytic geometry
    Kindly sign our guestbook August 21, 2001: Something new at cool stuff! Don't miss it. To view class web pages, please see contents below. For articles, please see EXTRA . For entertainment, kindly visit Cool Stuff Looking for me? Please check my schedules I invite you to take a few moments of your time to reflect on the message coming from our daily motivator . This is a wonderful opportunity to fill up your spirit everyday! Your education is more than just academics. It should be more of values. While you are studying, you should inculcate in yourself the right attitudes and cherish those values. Welcome to Engr. Allan S. Hugo's Class Web Pages Search this Site:
    W elcome. Thank you for visiting our class web pages. My name is Engr. Allan S. Hugo and I am a member of the faculty of chemical engineering of the University of Saint La Salle What you will find here are the courses related to chemistry, computer programming, chemical engineering and mathematics. You will be able to see class notes, handouts and lectures. You will also have the chance to read online tutorials on computer programming plus some available source codes on C programming.

    33. Untitled
    Professor, Ph.D., Massachusetts Institute of Technology Computational geometry;computeraided geometric design; algorithms and data structures; sculpture.

    34. Polyhedra
    Polyhedra, Art and geometry. Animated polyhedra, pictures, computer graphics, photos, mathematics, background information, links.

    George Olshevsky's polychora
    George W Hart's Pavillion of polyhedra Fr. Magnus Wenninger's home page V. Bulatov's polyhedra collection This homepage is constructed and maintained by Rolf Asmund Please mail me at

    for comments and suggestions D. Eppstein's Geometry Junkyard Gordon's peek into the 4th dimension All the fair dice

    35. Personal Marco Pedicini
    Institute for Applied Calculus, Rome Theoretical computer science, linear logic, geometry of interaction, optimal reductions.

    Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche


    "Mauro Picone"
    Marco PEDICINI Research Interests:
    Dynamics of Computational Processes

    - Linear Logic, Proof Nets and Geometry of Interaction;
    - Computer Science: Concurrent and Parallel Systems;
    Quantum Computation
    FTP-site for Marco Pedicini e-prints.
    Papers Links and Abstracts

    Other WWW Experiences: Vincent's Page Jean-Baptiste Joinet Link Hyper Harold Schellinx Laurent , Paris-alien in Marseille Lorenzo Tortora de Falco web site Personal Annotations on www:
    Mathematics Subject Classification Yahoo Referenced Mathematics Institutes
    Archivio Gazzetta Ufficiale (Concorsi Laureati) (IAC mirroring del televideo) Archivio Gazzetta Ufficiale Concorsi (Comune di Jesi) (la Repubblica) Reclutamento dal Ministero URST Marco Pedicini:

    36. Department Of Engineering Mathematics, Geometry And Computer Science
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    37. Computer Science
    Research areas include parallel and distributed computing, evolutionary and neural computing, heuristics for combinatorial optimization, computational spectral theory, vision, computational geometry, and federated information systems, objectoriented systems, contraints, data warehousing and data mining.
    I wish to study and... I am completing my A levels (or their equivalent). I would like to study for my first degree. I am currently registered with Cardiff University and wish to take one or two of the Department's undergraduate modules. I do not have a computer science degree but wish to gain a postgraduate qualification so that I can change to a career in IT. I have relevant professional experience and would now like to study for an advanced Masters degree to further my career. I have a Computer Science related degree and wish to study for a PhD. I am a student studying... BSc Computer Science BSc Joint Honours Computing BSc/BEng/MEng Computer Systems Engineering MSc in Computing ... MSc Information Systems Engineering for a PhD If you are studying just one or two of the Department's modules, go here About our research Overview
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    : Easter recess begins Page generated: 18/03/2003 Welsh language version Cardiff University home

    38. The Geometer's Sketchpad® - Geometry Of Computer Graphics
    The geometry of computer Graphics 1. Proceedings of the 1997 St. Olaf geometry Conference.Nicholas Jackiw. Key Curriculum Press August 1997.
    Resources Technical Support JavaSketchpad User Survey ... Site Map Resources Bibliography 101 Project Ideas Sketchpad Links Sketchpad for Cassiopeia ...
    TI Graphing Calculators

    JavaSketchpad About JSP JSP Gallery JSP Download Center JSP Developer's Grammar ... JSP Links
    Instructor Resources Download Instructor's Evaluation Edition Workshop Guide Professional Development Recent Talks
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    The Geometry of Computer Graphics
    Proceedings of the 1997 St. Olaf Geometry Conference
    Nicholas Jackiw
    Key Curriculum Press

    August 1997
    The recent field of computer graphics nicely merges many elegant and simple geometric ideas with concerns about function, realism, and aesthetics. In so doing, it provides a stimulating context for exploring many traditional topics of an introductory geometry course. In this paper, which is based on my after-dinner presentation at the St. Olaf conference, I develop a number of problems and activities drawn from the field of computer graphics, and illustrate them with dynamic sketches from The Geometer's Sketchpad.
    Table of Contents
    Why Computer Graphics?

    39. Singular:Home
    computer Algebra System for polynomial computations with special emphasis on commutative algebra, algebraic geometry, and singularity theory.
    A Computer Algebra System for Polynomial Computations
    Welcome to S INGULAR
  • November 2002: Release of SINGULAR version 2.0.4 , a minor upgrade from version 2.0.3 (mainly bug fixes) is available for Linux platforms and Mac PPC Darwin August 2002 : Textbook "A S INGULAR Introduction to Commutative Algebra" ... Springer Verlag . The book includes a CD containing a distribution of S INGULAR version 2-0-3 (for Unix/Windows/Mac platforms). S INGULAR is free software under GNU Public Licence . For registered S INGULAR users we offer the following free services
    • e-mail information about updates and news
    • support for installation and computational questions.
    Register as S INGULAR user Use any of the following links to find out more about S INGULAR

    S INGULAR ...

    is developed by the S INGULAR research group at the Department of Mathematics of the University of Kaiserslautern under the direction of Gert-Martin Greuel Gerhard Pfister , and Comments or suggestions? Send mail to
  • 40. Gabor T. Herman
    City University of New York Image Reconstruction from Projections, Inverse Problems, Discrete Tomography, Biomedical Imaging, Medical Imaging, geometry of Digital Spaces, computer Graphics, Visualization, computer Vision
    Gabor T. Herman
    Department of Computer Science
    The Graduate Center

    City University of New York

    365 Fifth Avenue
    New York
    , NY 10016
  • e-mail: phone: (212) 817-8193 fax: (212) 817-1510
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