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Rebekah Gilbert
This talk highlights improvements made to the Mathematica-based math courses at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. Three changes are highlighted: new, instructive homework assignments were created; modular assignments were ...
Nikolay Brodskiy
Nikolay describes how Mathematica Online became a learning environment for students in his calculus class and how it transformed the way he teaches the course.
Yuzhu Lu
This presentation covers new features of Mathematica 2D- and 3D-graphics. It also explores examples and applications using these new features.
Dennis Collins
This talk extends the 2013 Wolfram Technology Conference talk, Measuring Discrete Symmetry, from 5 to 16 or more points, comparing it to the work The Reflexive Universe (1976, Delacorte Press), by Arthur M. Young. ...
Suba Thomas
In Mathematica 10, a full suite of functions for analyzing and designing nonlinear control systems was introduced. This talk showcases the workflow for designing controllers for nonlinear systems using several application ...
Scott Kiskaddon
This talk presents algorithms for ordering trades between players with initial endowments in the descending value serial dictatorship game and for solving the housing market problem with non-strict preferences, allowing ...
Conrad Wolfram
Learn how Wolfram technologies are playing a major role in math and programming education reform worldwide—including curriculum development, Computer-Based Math™, Wolfram Programming Lab, and more.
Anton Antonov
This talk discusses the theory, implementations, and applications of quantile regression. Quantile regression is more robust than linear regression and can be used to obtain more complete pictures of distributions.
Arnoud Buzing, Ian Johnson, and Tom Sherlock
Add the Wolfram Language to single-board devices such as the Raspberry Pi and Arduino for innovative and interesting applications. Arnoud, Ian, and Tom demonstrate how to use the Wolfram Language and connected devices to process readings from a Geiger counter, collect data from a Vernier force sensor, ...
Mark Kotancheck
The Data Modeler GUI allows those lacking a Mathematica foundation to tap into the power of the Data Modeler framework with a minimal learning curve. This presentation reviews the Data ...
Chris Carlson
Mathematica will likely never support the rich, designer-centric interface of a good 3D design tool. Rhino, a 3D design tool, will likely never offer Mathematica's mathematical and extra-mathematical functionality. Yet ...
Paul Abbott
When the eigenvalues of an operator A can be computed and form a discrete set, the spectral zeta function of A reduces to a sum over eigenvalues, when the sum ...
Theo Gray and Nina Paley
This talk discusses algorithmic stitchcoding, the process of creating pattern files for robotic quilting and embroidery machines, with unexpected results. It also covers how to turn an entire animated film ...
Roger Germundsson
This talk introduces the new geometry functionality in Mathematica 10.
Johan Rodin, Anneli Mossberg, and Leonardo Laguna-Ruiz
This talk demonstrates how models interact with other software and hardware components, how models are exported from SystemModeler and used in other systems based on the functional mock-up interface (FMI), how Modelica libraries interface with hardware, and ...
Jan Brugĺrd
This presentation guides you through the basic concepts of Wolfram SystemModeler and provides an understanding of how SystemModeler can be applied to your work. This talk is ideal for beginners.
Jon McLoone
Computer-Based Math™ (CBM) requires curriculum and course materials with computation at their heart. This talk demonstrates tools for a pilot project in Estonia—including collaboration tools, formative assessment tools, and ...
John Fultz
In this talk Director of User Interface Technology John Fultz demonstrates advancements to the user interface for the Mathematica 10 front end, including multiple undo, cloud integration, PDF export, and more.
Paolo Narvaez
Learn how Intel works with ecosystem partners and industry experts to develop tools and technologies that accelerate scientific discovery in personalized medicine.
Andre Kuzniarek
A new CDF Player based on Mathematica Version 10 will be released soon. We’ll review updates to its features, the Wolfram plugin, and new deployment possibilities using the Wolfram Cloud.