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Mathematical Graphics (Summer Graduate Program)
June 19, 2005 to July 01, 2005
David Austin, Bill Casselman and Jim Fix
This workshop will introduce sophisticated techniques of computer graphics for use to explain mathematics in research articles, course notes, and presentations. It will begin with an introduction to graphics algorithms, and the languages PostScript and Java. Participants will spend afternoons and evenings during the first week in the computer labs on assigned exercises. The second week will be spent on assigned project themes, ending with student presentations.
For more information on the structure of the workshop, visit the Mathematical Graphics website.
This is an MSRI Summer Graduate Program;priority is given to students nominated by MSRI's Academic Sponsoring Institutions. Support is available only for nominee students.
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