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Christopher Wolfram and Todd Gayley
Christopher Wolfram and Todd Gayley demonstrate a Mathematica connection to the Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 quadricopter, which allows them to fly it and capture live video and flight data. They also share some of the programming involved in making the connection in this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation.
Lou D'Andria
How well do you know the Manipulate function? Lou D'Andria examines some of its lesser known features, ranging from those that are fully documented to those that are not documented at all, in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Robert Nachbar
Robert Nachbar explains how Mathematica and C were used to develop a hybrid deterministic-stochastic simulation engine based on differential equations and the chemical master equation. He highlights some interesting aspects of the implementation and demonstrates its use in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Anton Antonov
In this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Anton Antonov shares how he used Mathematica to develop a route finding system that computes the shortest path between two points in a road network.
David Bailey
David Bailey describes his MusicGenerator package, which makes it possible to play music coded in a compact string notation designed to correspond with conventional sheet music. In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, he explores how the package could form the basis for serious musical experimentation within Mathematica.
Jonas Sjöberg
Jonas Sjöberg describes how he's using Mathematica's control design functionality to create a tool for signals, models, and identification in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Bruce Torrence
In this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Bruce Torrence shares examples of how he's used Mathematica to produce illustrations, demonstrations, and animations for articles in Math Horizons, a magazine published by the Mathematical Association of America.
Ivo Vyšín and Jan Riha
Ivo Vyšín and Jan Riha share insights on the applications of Mathematica in crystalline optical activity in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
James Rock
James Rock explains how he's using Bayes's Theorem to fit data to a parametric distribution with Mathematica in this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Michael Aichinger and Sascha Kratky
Michael Aichinger and Sascha Kratky give an overview of the UnRisk-Q Instrument Builder and explain the advantages of using Mathematica to develop powerful financial software solutions in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Filip Švrček
In this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Filip Švrček walks through classroom examples to show how Mathematica is improving the teaching and learning of mathematics.
Nikolay Brodskiy
In this Wolfram Technology Conference talk, Nikolay Brodskiy shares his experiences with using Wolfram technologies for a computer-based approach to teaching calculus.
Antonio Brito and Abraham Gadalla
In this Wolfram Technology Conference talk, Antonio Brito and Abraham Gadalla demonstrate how they use Mathematica's warning error messages to teach and reinforce mathematical concepts.
Scott Gray
In this talk from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Scott Gray, director of Making Math at O'Reilly Media, shares his views on Computer-Based Math™ and gives an overview of the Mathematica-based online course platform he's developing as a user interface to mathematics.
Gerald Thomas
In this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference, Gerald Thomas explores some applications of decision process theory, which uses differential geometry techniques to predict future decisions.
Radim Kusak
In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Radim Kusak shares his experiences in creating the course, Introduction to Wolfram Mathematica for Teachers, for his colleagues at Charles University in Prague.
Klaus Sutner
Klaus Sutner explains his work on iterating binary inverse transducers in this presentation from the Wolfram Technology Conference.
Seth Chandler
In this Wolfram Technology Conference presentation, Seth Chandler explores the practicalities of using J/Link to establish Mathematica as a communications hub among code developed in Clojure, Scala, and Jython.