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3D Printing Herwig Hauser's Gallery of Algebraic Surfaces
The goal of our research was to extend the 3D printed gallery of Dr. Danielle Brake to mirror the gallery of Herwig Hauser’s images of mathematical surfaces. Through 3D printing, we hoped to give a better visualization of ...
Mathematics in Artistic Design : Teaching Mathematics in Inventive Ways
Using our combined knowledge of mathematics, quilting, and artistic design, our research team created an inventive way of learning mathematics for those who may not share our enthusiasm for the subject. Together we ...
Analysis of the Solution Behavior of the Bernoulli Dynamic Equations on Time Scales
We analyze the behavior of solutions of the dynamic form of the Bernoulli equation after deriving it using the time scale calculus. To do this, we transform the first-order linear equation into a logistic form of the ...
Optimizing the Addition of Class Sections in the College of Arts and Sciences
With a large number of course options at UW-Eau Claire, finding the optimal time for offering a new course section can be difficult because of the large possibility of conflict. We analyzed the sections of the 74 most ...
MATLAB as a Schedule Assistant for UW-Eau Claire's College of Arts and Sciences
Our team created an agent-based program to advise the administration at UW-Eau Claire when a new class should be scheduled. In creating our model, we used MATLAB to parse and analyze the data from the files we were provided. ...
Math 380: Research Methods in Mathematics
Math 380: Research Methods was developed for Fall semester of 2015 by Dr. Dandrielle Lewis, Dr. Carolyn Otto, and three undergraduate mentors. The main premise of this course is to instruct future mathematicians on ...