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  • Title: 3D-XplorMath Homepage
    Descriptive info: .. Home.. 3D-XplorMath-J.. Features.. Download.. Documentation.. Virtual Math Museum.. Links.. Spanish Version.. The Breather Pseudospherical Surface.. IMPORTANT NOTE.. Versions of 3D-XplorMath prior to Version 10.. 7 are incompatible with Version 10.. 7 (Lion) or later of Mac OS X.. This is because they were compiled for the PowerPC chip and Apple removed the Rosetta PowerPC emulator from Lion.. Version 10.. 7 and later of 3D-XplorMath are compiled to run native on Intel-based Macs, so if you are running a current version of Mac OS X you must upgrade 3D-XplorMath to Version10.. 7 or later.. _________________________.. Announcement (April 1, 2013):.. 8.. 1 of 3D-XplorMath is now available from the download page.. 3D-XplorMath is a freely available Mathematical Visualization program.. To download your personal copy of the latest version, click on the Download tab above.. The older Pascal version runs only on Macintosh computers.. However there is now also a cross-platform Java version, called.. , and while it still has fewer features and Exhibits, we hope eventually to give it all the functionality of its older Pascal brother.. The program presents itself as series of galleries of different categories of interesting mathematical objects, ranging  ...   useful to the interested layperson, the teacher, and the research scientist.. We are in the process of producing.. a series of short tutorial movies.. explaining various features of the program and also some interesting ways in which it can be used.. In particular, you can.. click here.. to see a basic introduction to 3D-XplorMath and some of its Exhibits.. Most Exhibits of the Pascal version of 3D-XplorMath have associated to them a so-called About This Object PDF file that explains the mathematics behind the pictures.. These files are also.. available here.. for separate download as a cross-platform zipped folder.. Acknowledgements: The group in charge of the 3D-XplorMath software development project and the related Virtual Mathematics Museum website project is the.. 3DXM Consortium.. , an international volunteer group of mathematicians.. The Consortium gratefully acknowledges support for these projects by.. The National Science Foundation.. (DUE Award #0514781), and thanks the.. Mathematics Department of The University of California at Irvine.. , for hosting the 3D-XplorMath and Virtual Mathematical Museum websites.. This site is maintained by.. Richard Palais.. Please.. send me email.. about any problems you find with it or any suggestions you have for improvements..

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  • Title: 3D-XplorMath-J Home
    Descriptive info: English.. |.. Español.. Français.. Deutsch.. Italiano.. 日本語.. 中文.. 3D-XplorMath Home.. Applets.. Virtual Math Museum.. ">.. 3D-XplorMath-J, Version 1.. 0.. is a program for visualizing and experimenting with a variety of mathematical objects or "exhibits.. " It is written in the Java programming language; to use it, you must have Java 5.. 0 or higher installed on your computer.. It is a complete revision of an older program,.. 3D-XplorMath.. (which runs only on Macintosh computers).. While it still lacks some of the features and exhibits of the original program,.. is ready for serious use and has unique features of its own.. Several languages are supported in.. Note, however, that the translation is incomplete for some languages, and parts of the program and documentation might be in English.. ,.. , and this web site are projects of the.. , an international volunteer group of mathematicians, and are supported in part by.. (DUE Award #0514781).. The Breather.. Pseudospherical Surface.. is available in versions for Windows and for Mac OS, as well as in a "jar" file that works on any platform.. Note that.. all.. versions require Java 5.. 0 or higher.. On a computer that is set up to use one of the supported languages, the program  ...   more memory than is usually given to Java applications, so it's best to run the jar file on the command line with a command that asks for extra memory, such as.. java -jar -Xmx256m 3D-XplorMath-J.. (The Windows and Mac OS versions automatically request extra memory.. ).. And be sure to go here:.. Virtual Math Labs.. to download Ulrich Pinkall's marvelous 3D-XplorMath-J meets jReality.. This is an amazing and delightful marriage of 3D-XplorMath with jReality that allows you to create an object in 3D-XplorMath-J and then, with a click of your mouse, to import it into jReality and play with it there.. For more information about jReality look.. here.. On-line Applets.. The individual exhibits of.. can be used on-line in the form of "Java applets.. " To browse the applets, visit.. 3D-XplorMath-J Applets.. To use the applets, you must use a Web browser in which Java 5.. 0 is enabled.. For Developers.. is a free and open-source program.. The source code is released under a.. BSD license.. The source code and Java API documentation can be found at the following links.. (Developer information is available in English only.. ).. Browse the 3D-XplorMath-J Source On-line.. Download the Source as a Zip File.. Browse the 3D-XplorMath-J API Documentation..

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  • Title: 3D-XplorMath Features
    Descriptive info: Features: What can you do with.. 3D-XplorMath?.. Stoermer Problem.. Things to Try.. A 3D object (e.. g.. , a surface or a polyhedron) can be rotated to any desired orientation by simply dragging it with the mouse.. If you release the mouse button while you are still dragging the object, it will continue to spin about the same axis.. Most 3D-XplorMath objects depend on parameters, and the user can easily watch the object morph as the parameters vary along a user selected line in the parameter space.. 3D-Objects can be viewed in stereo.. There are extensive facilities for investigating fractals, and in particular the interesting relation between the Mandelbrot set and  ...   little or no programming.. In fact, to see most of what 3D-XplorMath has to offer requires only that you know how to manipulate a standard computer interface to choose the object or process you are interested in from a pull-down menu.. Then, as you become more familiar with the program and feel more adventurous, you can either tailor the default view of one of the built in objects in various ways, by using various menu choices and control panels, or you can create new User Defined objects by entering formulas into dialog boxes in standard algebraic notation.. Opposite are some of the interesting things that you can do with the program..

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  • Title: 3D-XplorMath Download Page
    Descriptive info: Boys Surface (after Bryant and Kusner).. 3D-XplorMath Download Page.. 3D-XplorMath is available without charge!.. Before downloading the program, please look at:.. The 3D-XplorMath ReadMe File.. And you can look here to find.. what's new in Version 10.. 1.. , and also read and agree to the.. license and copyright.. statement.. The following zipped file contains a folder called 3D-XplorMath f that contains the the application.. Download.. 3D-XplorMath10.. zip.. You can download here.. the latest public release version  ...   features than its Pascal older brother, it is gradually catching up.. The above is a double-clickable jar file that runs and behaves similarly under Windows, Macintosh, and various flavors of Unix.. However, if you are a Macintosh user, you may want to.. download 3D-XplorMath-J.. dmg.. , a special Mac version that looks and behaves more like a standard OS X application Similarly, if you are a Windows user, you may want to.. exe,.. a special Windows version..

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  • Title: 3D-XplorMath Documentation
    Descriptive info: Documentation.. Karcher JE Saddle Towers.. The documentation pages contain various background information about the program.. If you don't read documentation, go ahead, try the program first.. But then please come back and have a look at the.. Road-guideTo The Documentation.. You may be surprised!.. If you are just looking for a special term or an object, try the.. The program documentation is split into three parts or levels.. The first part,.. Level I: The Basics.. , explains just the minimum a user needs to know to be able to use the program effectively.. The second part,.. Level II: The Details..  ...   program creates visual representations of the objects of each category.. It also discusses in some detail the menus and the other user interface elements of the program.. The third part,.. Level III: The Gruesome Technicalities.. , is directed at those who already have some expertise in mathematical visualization and would like to know more details concerning the implementation of the program.. Finally there are several.. Appendices.. that deal with matters of acknowledgement and copyright as well aa short essay on what mathematical visualization is all about, its relation to mathematical art, and how it differs from other areas of computer graphics..

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  • Title: Links to other related pages
    Descriptive info: VirtualMath Museum.. Links to other related pages.. Robert Scharein's The KnotPlot Site.. David Eppstein's Geomery Junkyard.. Web Companion for Differential Equations, Mechanics, and Computation.. The MacTutor Famous Curves Index.. The Math Forum @ Drexel.. JReality Website.. Xah's Visual Dictionary of Special Plane Curves.. Xah's Wallpaper Groups.. Paul Bourke's Geometry Page.. David Hoffman's The Scientific Graphics Project.. Matthias Weber's Minimal Surface Site.. Geometry  ...   Calendars.. A Photographic Gallery of Helaman Ferguson Sculptures.. Mathematica Graphics Gallery.. Jos Leys and Étienne Ghys Dimensions.. Tom Getty's Polyhedral Hyperpages.. George Hart's Pavilion of Polyhedrality.. AMS Mathematical Imagery Site.. Leading Sites for Math Teachers.. Oberwolfach References on Mathematical Software.. The Math and Art Wiki.. The Mac Informer Website (Mac Software).. Wurzburg Univ: Math and Concrete Art.. European Society for Math and Art..

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  • Title: 3D-XplorMath Homepage
    Descriptive info: Inicio.. Características.. Descargas.. Documentación.. 3D-XplorMath es un programa de visualización matemática.. La primera versión original, escrita en Pascal, funciona únicamente en computadores Macintosh, pero también hay una nueva versión en Java que puede ser implementada en otras plataformas, llamada 3D-XplorMath-J, que aunque tiene menos características y exhibiciones, esperamos eventualmente darle toda la funcionalidad de la versión en Pascal.. El programa presenta una serie de galerías de diferentes categorías de objetos matemáticos interesantes, desde curvas en el plano y el espacio hasta poliedros y de superficies a ecuaciones diferenciales ordinarias y parciales, además fractales.. Adicionalmente, la elección de los valores de los parámetros y las opciones de visualización pueden ser cambiadas por el usuario de tal manera que cada galería resulta un laboratorio experimental.. Toda exhibición tiene su propia documentación en línea con sugerencias sobre como explorarla más.. Esperamos que de esta manera el programa será útil para cualquier persona (no necesariamente experta), profesores e investigadores científicos.. Estamos en el proceso de producir una serie de películas tutoriales cortas explicando  ...   detrás de la imagen.. Estos archivos tambien están disponibles aquí para descargarlos separadamente como una carpeta compimida para cualquier plataforma.. El grupo encargado del desarrollo del programa 3D-XplorMath y del museo virtual matemático es el Consorcio 3DXM, un grupo internacional de matemáticos voluntarios.. El consorcio agradece el continuo soporte para estos proyectos dado por la Fundación Nacional de Ciencia (The National Science Foundation) (DUE Award #0514781) y está agradecido con el departamento de matemáticas de la Universidad de California en Irvine, por mantener los sitios de red del 3D-XploMath y del museo virtual matemático.. NOTA.. Como es el caso de muchos otros programas antiguos de Macintosh, 3XplorMath no trabaja actualmente bajo la versión 10.. 7 (Lion) del Mac OS, porque Apple decidió remover el simulador Rosetta PowerPC.. Lamentamos esto y estamos trabajando en una solución.. La versión de Java aún trabaja bajo Lion.. Este sitio es mantenido por Richard Palais.. Por favor enviarme un.. correo electrónico.. sobre cualquier problema que se encuentre o cualquier sugerencia que se tenga para mejorar..

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  • Title: 3D-XplorMath Movie Tutorials
    Descriptive info: 3D-XplorMath Movie Tutorials.. Demos by Hermann Karcher.. Getting Started with 3D-XplorMath.. Planar and Spherical Ellipses.. How to access and manipulate the 3D-XplorMath Fractals.. Closed Constant Curvature Curves---and how to construct them.. Charged Particles in Magnetic Fields..

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  • Title: 3D-XplorMath Consortium
    Descriptive info: The 3D-XplorMath Consortium.. Chuu-Lian Terng.. , University of California, Irvine, USA.. David Eck.. , Hobart and William Smith Colleges, USA.. Dick Palais.. University of California, Irvine, USA.. Hermann Karcher.. Markus Schmies.. Technical University Berlin, Germany.. Martin Guest.. , Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan.. Dan Steinberg.. , O'Reilley.. com.. Matthias Weber.. , Indiana University, USA.. Michael  ...   Institute, Israel.. Takashi Sakai.. , Osaka City University, Japan.. Traudel Karcher.. Xah Lee.. Luc Benard.. Bob Palais.. Adriaan van Os.. MicroBizz.. Nam Trang.. Gale Paeper.. Alexander Cruz Morales, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan.. Stefan Horocholyn, Tokyo Metropolitan University, Japan.. Ramiro Carrillo Catalan.. Universidad de Guanajuato, Guanajuato México.. Robert Sinclair.. Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology..

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  • Title: 3D-XplorMath-J Home
    Descriptive info: 3D-XplorMath-J, Versión 1.. es un programa para visualizar y experimentar con una variedad de objetos matemáticos o exhibiciones.. Está escrito en el lenguaje de programación Java; para usarlo, se debe tener Java 5.. 0 ó superior instalado.. Esta es una revisión completa de un programa, anterior,.. (el cuál sólo funciona en computadoras Macintosh).. Apesar de que éste programa aún carece de ciertas caraterísticas y exhibiciones del programa original 3D-XplorMath-J, Versión 1.. 0 ésta listo para su uso serio y posee varias propiedades únicas propias.. soporta varios idiomas.. Sin embargo nótese que la traducción está aun incompleta para algunos idiomas, y partes del programa y de la documentación pueden estar en Inglés.. , y esta página web son proyectos del Consorcio 3DXM (The.. ), y un grupo internacional de matemáticos voluntarios y éstos son apoyados en parte por la Fundación Nacional para la Ciencia (.. ) [Premio #0514781 (DUE Award #0514781)].. La Superficie Pseudoesférica de tipo Pulsante (Breather).. está disponible en versiones para Windows y Mac OS, así como en un archivo "jar" que funciona en cualquier plataforma.. Nótese que.. todas.. las versiones requiren Java 5.. 0 ó superior.. Para una  ...   al pulsar dos veces en ella.. También se puede utilizar mediante la línea de comando tecleando.. De hecho,.. funciona mejor si éste tiene acceso a más memoria que que normalmente es asignada para las aplicaciones de Java, de este modo es mejor el ejecutar el archivo jar en la línea de comando con algún comando que habilita el uso de más memoria, tal es el caso de.. (Las versiones para Windows y Mac OS automáticamente hacen uso de memoria extra.. Applets en línea.. Las exhibiciones individuales de.. pueden ser usadas en línea en la forma de "Java applets.. " Para ver los applets, se puede visitar la siguiente liga.. Applets de 3D-XplorMath-J.. Para usar los applets, se debe usar un navegador de Web en el cual se pueda usar Java 5.. Para Diseñadores.. es un programa de fuente abierta.. El código fuente está disponible bajo una.. license BSD.. El código fuente y la documentación Java API puede ser encontrada en las siguientes ligas.. (Información para diseñadores se encuentra disponible sólo en Inglés.. Mirar la fuente de 3D-XplorMath-J en línea.. Descargar la fuente como archivo Zip.. Mirar la Documentación de 3D-XplorMath-J API..

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  • Title: Accueil 3D-XplorMath-J (Français)
    Descriptive info: Accueil 3D-XplorMath.. Musée Virtuel de Mathématique.. Liens.. est une application ayant pour objectif de visualiser et d'expérimenter une palette d'objets mathématiques ou "Objets Exposés".. Elle est écrite en Java et, pour l'utiliser, vous devez avoir Java 5.. 0 ou mieux installé sur votre ordinateur.. C'est une révision complète d'un programme plus ancien,.. (qui ne fonctionne que sur Macintosh).. Bien qu'il manque encore quelques fonctionnalités,.. est prêt pour une utilisation sérieuse et possède des fonctionnalités uniques.. Plusieurs langages sont disponibles pour.. Notez, cependant, que certaines traductions sont incomplètes et qu'une partie de la documentation ne pourra être trouvée qu'en anglais.. , et ce site Web sont des projets du.. , un groupe international de volontaires mathématiciens, et sont soutenus en partie par.. La surface.. pseudo-sphérique Breather.. Télécharger.. est disponible en version Windows et MacOS, ainsi qu'en fichier "jar" fonctionnant sur toutes les  ...   cette version du programme peut être lancée en double cliquant dessus.. On peut aussi le lancer avec la commande.. En fait,.. fonctionne mieux avec plus de mémoire que Java alloue par défaut, essayez par exemple la commande.. (Les versions MacOS et Windows requièrent automatiquement plus de mémoire).. Applets en ligne.. Les objets exposés de.. peuvent être consultés en lignes en tant qu'Applets Java.. Pour les découvrir, cliquez sur ce lien.. Applets 3D-XplorMath-J.. Pour utiliser les applets, vous devez avoir un explorateur web, avec Java activé.. Pour les développeurs.. est un programme libre et open-source.. Le code source est sous la.. Le code source et la documentation de l'API Java peuvent être trouvés aux liens suivants.. (La documentation developpeur n'est disponible qu'en anglais).. Explorer le code source 3D-XplorMath-J en ligne.. Télécharger le code source en zip.. Explorer la documentation de l'API 3D-XplorMath-J..

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