Analysis Alive—an Integrated Learning Environment for Higher Mathematics

Amrhein B, Gloor O, Küchlin W, Richard C, Wolff M (1999)


Publication Type: Book chapter / Article in edited volumes

Publication year: 1999

Publisher: Springer US

Edited Volumes: Recent Developments in Complex Analysis and Computer Algebra

Series: International Society for Analysis, Applications and Computation

Book Volume: 4

Pages Range: 13-23

DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4613-0297-1_2

Abstract

We give an overview of Analysis Alive, a learning environment for Analysis at the level of a first year course at a German university. Analysis Alive is a traditional textbook in combination with a CD-ROM containing graphics and animations realized with Maple worksheets. The goals of our project are to introduce the component of experimentation with visual feedback into the teaching and learning of Analysis. Although Analysis Alive is based on the use of computers and Computer Algebra Systems, it requires only minimal knowledge of computers and computer algebra systems.

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APA:

Amrhein, B., Gloor, O., Küchlin, W., Richard, C., & Wolff, M. (1999). Analysis Alive—an Integrated Learning Environment for Higher Mathematics. In Robert P. Gilbert, Joji Kajiwara, Yongzhi S. Xu (Eds.), Recent Developments in Complex Analysis and Computer Algebra (pp. 13-23). Springer US.

MLA:

Amrhein, Beatrice, et al. "Analysis Alive—an Integrated Learning Environment for Higher Mathematics." Recent Developments in Complex Analysis and Computer Algebra Ed. Robert P. Gilbert, Joji Kajiwara, Yongzhi S. Xu, Springer US, 1999. 13-23.

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