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  1. 2020-Clark, William and Anthony Stefan - Modeling Guide and Resources for Student and Coach

    25 Jul 2020 | Contributor(s):: William Clark, Anthony Stefan

    This is a Modeling Guide for SCUDEM V 2020 and a set of Useful Resources prepared by Anthony Stefan, Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne FL USA and William Clark, Dixie State University, St. George UT USA serving as Science Gateway Community Institute and SIMIODE Summer 2020...

  2. Jan 16 2019

    Effective Use of Computer Software in Mathematics Classrooms

    At the Joint Mathematics Meetings 2019, Baltimore MD USAProject NExT Workshop on Using Mathematical Software Effective Use of Computer Software in Mathematics Classrooms Room 308, BCC,...


  3. 2016-Ghaddar, C. K. - Excel Advanced Solver for Partial Differential Equations

    25 May 2017 | Contributor(s):: Chahid Ghaddar

    We offer an illustration of PDASOLVE() an Excel Advanced Solver for Partial Differential Equations by Chahid Ghaddar of ExcelWorks (cghaddar@excel-works.com ) along with two articles concerning use of the software. ExcelWorks is in the greater Boston MA USA area and one may read about the author...

  4. Is there current software for making direction fields, etc. in Matlab?

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    I'm getting ready to teach differential equations in the spring, and I'm trying to figure out the best way to have students create direction fields and phase plots in Matlab. I have...


  5. 2015-Knott, G. D. and D. Kerner - Numerical to Closed Form Solution - Derivation

    16 Sep 2015 | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    Knott, G. D. and D. Kerner. 2015. Derivatives. Civilized Software, Inc. Publishers of MLAB: www.civilized.com.This is a very nice technical paper on moving from numerical solutions to closed form analytic solutions as evidence of convergence of numerical efforts and is offered by the...

  6. 2015-Winkel, Brian - General Resources For Teaching Differential Equations

    19 Jun 2015 | Contributor(s):: Brian Winkel

    This is a growing list of online and free resources for teaching differential equations with emphasis on modeling and technology. The categories in which resources are offered are:Texts (A complete listing can be found here.)VideosVideo sites coming from other fieldsSources...