
o National
Mathematics Awareness Month Web Page
o Mathematics and Biology
o An article about Mathematics Awareness Week from the North Texas Daily

During Mathematics Awareness Week, the Department will be sponsoring special speakers, a student poster presentation, and of course the 11th Annual Integration Bee. The current schedule for all planned events follows; however, times and rooms are subject to change.
11:3012:30 Environmental Sciences Building, Room 125 

To produce such an integrated computer system, an interdisciplinary approach has to be adopted: computer graphics and image processing algorithms must be integrated with human perception and problem solving; artificial intelligence techniques for processing knowledge and making decisions must be integrated with humancomputer interaction principles. Support is needed from such diverse areas as: mathematics, engineering, psychology, linguistics and graphic arts. This talk will present an overview of some of the key issues of designing these types of software systems, with particular examples from current research in the medical field.
 
3:00 Math Lab, General Academic Building Room 234 





During Mathematics Awareness Week, the hallways of the GAB will proudly
display posters on various mathematical topics, including

See also the other events of the department for Spring 1999.
Interactive WWW Resources 
o Roller Coaster Simulation, designed by Calculus I students
o Numerical Analysis Class Projects
This page contains the class projects of Math 3350 during Spring 1999.
o Mathematics Tutorial and Reference Page, supported by Academic Computing Services
o TicTacToe (and other games) on a Torus and on a Klein Bottle
o Newton's Method
o Euclidean Algorithm
o Irreducibility of 01 Polynomials
o Tic Tac Toe
o OnLine Calculator
o Random Walk Along a Line
o Test for Divisibility by Cyclotomic Polynomials
o Mathematical Modeling with an Impact
o Beal Conjecture and Prize
o The Great Internet Mersenne Prime Search
o UNT Mathematics Programs
o UNT Mathematics Faculty
o History of Mathematics Archive
o Mathematics Links

o Employment Resources Guide
o Purdue Univ Ctr for Career Opportunities
o Chronicle of Higher Education Job Listings
o PhDs Org Science Career Links
o SIAM Job Listings
o AMS Employment Page
o Young Mathematicians Network

o MTV Math Doesn't Add Up, by Marianne M. Jennings (12/17/96)
o A Failure to Produce Better Students, by Sen. Robert C. Byrd (DWest Virginia) (6/9/97)
o President Clinton's Mandate for Fuzzy Math, by Lynne Cheney (6/11/97)
o Spare Texas schoolchildren from `Rain Forest Algebra', by Dr. Richard Neill, representing District 11 (including Denton County) on the Texas State Board of Education (11/2/97)
o Hey, we're No. 19!, by John Leo (3/9/98)
o Our Methods of Teaching Math Don't Add Up, by Frank Y. H. Wang, president and CEO of Saxon Publishers (5/4/98)
o "Put Down That Calculator, Stupid!" by David Gelernter (5/21/98)
o "Testimony to the United States House of Representatives Committee on Education and the Workforce Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Youth and Families," by Martha Schwartz (6/11/98)
o "The New New Math," by Martin Gardner (9/24/98)
o Mathematically Correct home page: News and reviews about the current state of mathematics education.

o Math on Home Improvement
o Fermat's Last Theorem Riots

o 1998  Mathematics and Imaging



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