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MacMath is a scientific toolkit for the Macintosh computer consisting of twelve graphics programs. It supports mathematical computation and experimentation in dynamical systems, both for differential equations and for iteration. The MacMath package was designed to accompany the textbooks Differential Equations: A Dynamical Systems Approach Part I & II. The text and software was developed for a junior-senior level course in applicable mathematics at Cornell University, in order to take advantage of excellent and easily accessible graphics. MacMath addresses differential equations and iteration such as: analyzer, diffeq, phase plane, diffeq 3D views, numerical methods, periodic differential equations, cascade, 2D iteration, eigenfinder, jacobidraw, fourier, planets. These versatile programs greatly enhance the understanding of the mathematics in these topics. Qualitative analysis of the picture leads to quantitative results and even to new mathematics. This new edition includes the latest version of the Mac Math diskette, 9.2.
A scientific toolkit consisting of twelve interactive graphics programs for the Macintosh, supporting mathematical computation and experimentation in dynamical systems, both for differential equations and for iteration. It permits easy investigation of various models, particularly in showing the effects of a change in parameters on the ultimate behavior of the system. System 7 compatible. Includes 3.5" diskette. 164 illustrations.
|4||Quick Synopsis of Programs||27|
|5||General Overview of Program Operations||31|
|9||DiffEq, Phase Plane||59|
|10||DiffEq, 3D Views||67|
|11||1D Periodic Equations||77|
|18||Linear Dynamical Systems||121|