The twenty papers in the book give an overview of research analysis, practical experience, and informed opinion about the role of visualization in teaching and learning mathematics, especially at the undergraduate level. Visualization, in its broadest level. Visualization, in its broadest sense, is as old as mathematics, but progress in computer graphics has generated a renaissance of interest in visual representations and visual thinking in mathematics. Six of the papers in this volume deal broadly with philosophical, pedagogical, or technological issues in visualization. The remaining papers address the role of visualization in three-dimensional geometry, calculus, differential equations, linear algebra, complex analysis, numerical analysis, stochastic processes, and statistics. Most of these papers discuss the role of interactive computer graphics in teaching and learning mathematical ideas.
Publisher: Mathematical Association of America
Number of pages: 230
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