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Edited by R. F. Churchhouse
Edited by B. Cornu
Edited by A. G. Howson
Edited by J.-P. Kahane
Edited by J. H. van Lint
Edited by F. Pluvinage
Edited by A. Ralston
Edited by M. Yamaguti
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print Publication Year:1986
Online Publication Date:April 2011
Online ISBN:9781139013482
Hardback ISBN:9780521324021
Paperback ISBN:9780521311892
Book DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1017/CBO9781139013482
Subjects: Recreational mathematics
First published in 1986, the first ICMI study is concerned with the influence of computers and computer science on mathematics and its teaching in the last years of school and at tertiary level. In particular, it explores the way the computer has influenced mathematics itself and the way in which mathematicians work, likely influences on the curriculum of high-school and undergraduate students, and the way in which the computer can be used to improve mathematics teaching and learning. The book comprises a report of the meeting held in Strasbourg in March 1985, plus several papers contributed to that meeting.
pp. i-ii
pp. iii-iii
pp. iv-iv
Report of the Strasbourg Meeting
PART I - THE EFFECT ON MATHEMATICS: Read PDF
pp. 1-12
PART II - THE IMPACT OF COMPUTERS AND COMPUTER SCIENCE ON THE MATHEMATICS CURRICULUM: Read PDF
pp. 13-23
PART III - COMPUTERS AS AN AID FOR TEACHING AND LEARNING MATHEMATICS: Read PDF
pp. 24-38
List of Participants: Read PDF
pp. 39-39
pp. 40-42
Selected Papers
Mathematics and the Computer Revolution: Read PDF
pp. 43-51
Living with a New Mathematical Species: Read PDF
pp. 52-60
Checking Mathematics with the Aid of a Computer: Read PDF
pp. 61-68
On the Mathematical Basis of Computer Science: Read PDF
pp. 69-75
The Mathematics of Computer Algebra: Read PDF
pp. 76-84
Mathematical Education in the Computer Age: Read PDF
pp. 85-94
A Fundamental Course in Higher Mathematics Incorporating Discrete and Continuous Themes: Read PDF
pp. 95-106
Graphic Insight into Calculus and Differential Equations: Read PDF
pp. 107-119
Calculus and the Computer. The Interplay of Discrete Numerical Methods and Calculus in the Education of Users of Mathematics: Considerations and Experiences: Read PDF
pp. 120-132
Computer-based Symbolic Mathematics for Discovery: Read PDF
pp. 133-146
Computer-aware Curricula: Ideas and Realization: Read PDF
pp. 147-155