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    Title: Mathematical Visualization with Maple
    Authors: Jen-chung Chuan
    教師: 全任重
    Date: 1998
    Keywords: Mathematical
    Visualization
    Maple
    Abstract: Maple V release 5 provides two new types of mathematical visualization tools enabling the user to create rudiment web pages, animated gif files and vrml files. Animated gif files are created by user-supplied mathematical formula, and the resulting moving images can be viewed by any popular web browsers such as Netscape. The command "vrml", allows the user to store 3D geometric objects in the form of the VRML file. In this workshop we invite the participants to experience the visual effects created by the files. We shall also perform a demonstration showing the process of creating such files. We are optimistic that the computing environment permits the audience to follow guided examples to create the web pages and all such files mentioned above.
    URI: http://nthur.lib.nthu.edu.tw/dspace/handle/987654321/45442
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