数学ソフトウェアとフリードキュメント/04
 2007 March 26th (Mon） 13:00  18:00
 Saitama University (Location)
 Faculty of ScienceI, room 1337. (CAMPUS MAP)
 255 ShimoOkubo, Sakuraku, Saitama City, Saitama 3388570
 How to go to Saitama University
 Organizer: Noro, Masayuki (Kobe University) noro at math.kobeu.ac.jp, Hamada, Tatsuyoshi (Fukuoka University) hamada at holst.sm.fukuokau.ac.jp
Program †
13:00  13:30  QWikS: A Tool for Helping Managers of Gatherings  Goto, Yuichi  Saitama University  13:30  14:00  PHoM  software for solving polynomial systems using polyhedral homotopy continuation  Takeda, Akiko  Tokyo Institute of Technology  14:00  14:30  On the Aim of Decimal BASIC  Shiraichi, Kazuo  Bunkyo University  14:30  15:00  tea break    15:00  15:30  Computational Homology Project  Pilarczyk, Pawel  Kyoto University  15:30  16:00  Tutorial on CMCLab  Kobayashi, Shimpei  Tokyo Denki University  16:00  16:30  Development and Educational Use of Geometric Constructor  Iijima, Yasuyuki  Aichi University of Education  16:30  17:00  tea break    17:00  17:30  Studying surfaces with JavaView and Mathematica  Fujimori, Shoichi  Kyushu University  17:30  18:00  Introduction of the dynamic geometry software Cabri 3D  Komori, Tsuneo  Naoco Inc. 
Abstract †
13:00  13:30  QWikS: A Tool for Helping Managers of Gatherings  Goto, Yuichi  Saitama University  13:30  14:00  PHoM  software for solving polynomial systems using polyhedral homotopy continuation  Takeda, Akiko  Tokyo Institute of Technology 
 The polyhedral homotopy continuation is known to be a powerful numerical method for approximating all isolated solutions of a system of polynomial equations. We mainly discuss a dynamic enumeration of all fine mixed cells, which is used in constructing a family of polyhedral homotopy functions, and provide some numerical results to demonstrate its effectiveness.
14:00  14:30  On the Aim of Decimal BASIC  Shiraichi, Kazuo  Bunkyo University 
 I published an ISO Full BASIC language system, which is suitable for mathematics education, named "Decimal BASIC" aiming for sloughing off dialect BASIC's. I will state the aim of that.
15:00  15:30  Computational Homology Project  Pilarczyk, Pawel  Kyoto University 
 Algebraic topology is a powerful mathematical tool for the analysis of topological spaces and continuous maps. In particular, the homology functor translates topological information into algebraic data structures which can be effectively manipulated and analyzed by the computer in an algorithmic way. In this talk we introduce the software developped within the framework of the Computational Homology Project (CHomP; http://www.math.gatech.edu/~chomp/ ). This software can be used to effectively compute the homology groups of compact sets built of (hyper)cubes with respect to a uniform rectangular lattice in R^n, and it is also capable of computing the homomorphisms induced in homology by continuous maps between such spaces. The software already has several applications, and we will point out a few of them.
15:30  16:00  Tutorial on CMCLab  Kobayashi, Shimpei  Tokyo Denki University 
 CMCLab, written by N. Schmitt, is a computer graphics software to draw
figures of constant mean curvature surfaces. I will give a short introduction for
16:00  16:30  Development and Educational Use of Geometric Constructor  Iijima, Yasuyuki  Aichi University of Education 
 Geometric Constructor is one of the dynamic geometry softwares developed in Japan ( Dos version(1989), Windows version(1997), Java version(2000)). With some plugin, it can be used as webapplication with PukiWiki etc(GC Wiki, GC_BBS, etc.). Since 1990, it has been used in many secondary schools.
17:00  17:30  Studying surfaces with JavaView and Mathematica  Fujimori, Shoichi  Kyushu University 
 JavaView is a mathematical visualization software developed by Konrad Polthier. Mathematica and Maple are frequently used in the study of surface theory. Combining JavaView with those standard packages results in an especially efficient tool for surface theory research. In this talk we introduce JavaView, particularly emphasizing how to visualize surfaces using JavaView in combination with Mathematica.
17:30  18:00  Introduction of the dynamic geometry software Cabri 3D  Komori, Tsuneo  Naoco Inc. 
 Software Cabri Geometry is famous for dynamic geometry software of the two dimensions in the worldwide. The three dimensions versions Cabri 3D was released in 2005. Using Cabri 3D, you will quickly learn to construct, view and manipulate all sorts of objects in three dimensions: lines, polygons, planes, spheres, cones, (regular)polyhedra… You can build dynamic constructions, from the simplest to the most complex. You can measure objects, integrate numeric data and even replay the process by which you built your constructions. Here, I introduce part of the function through the drawing such as cutting the cube and truncated hexahedron.
Presentation files †
 "QWikS: A Tool for Helping Managers of Gatherings", Goto, Yuichi
 "PHoM  software for solving polynomial systems using polyhedral homotopy continuation", Takeda, Akiko
 "On the Aim of Decimal BASIC", Shiraichi, Kazuo
 "Computational Homology Project", Pilarczyk, Pawel
 "Tutorial on CMCLab", Kobayashi, Shimpei
 "Development and Educational Use of Geometric Constructor", Iijima, Yasuyuki
 "Studying surfaces with JavaView and Mathematica", Fujimori, Shoichi
 "Introduction of the dynamic geometry software Cabri 3D", Komori, Tsuneo
