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Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics

November 1999

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Number of papers: 4

  1. Logic via Computer Programming

    Agnes A. Wieschenberg

    This paper proposed the question "How do we teach logical thinking and sophisticated mathematics to unsophisticated college students?" One answer among many is through the writing of computer... More

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  2. Using Matlab in a Multivariable Calculus Course

    Mark D. Schlatter

    The benefits of high-level mathematics packages such as Matlab include both a computer algebra system and the ability to provide students with concrete visual examples. This paper discusses how... More

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  3. Use of a Colony of Cooperating Agents and MAPLE To Solve the Traveling Salesman Problem

    Bruno Guerrieri

    This paper reviews an approach for finding optimal solutions to the traveling salesman problem, a well-known problem in combinational optimization, and describes implementing the approach using the... More

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  4. Using the TI-92+ Calculator as a Tool for Illustrating Programming Concepts

    Paul Abraham

    This paper describes how the TI-92+ calculator can be valuable in illustrating basic and advanced programming concepts in introductory computer science courses. Descriptions of the scope of the... More

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