Program and Online Proceedings
Internet Accessible Mathematical Computation
2002 Workshop
7 July 2002 Lille, France



Introduction

The Internet Accessible Mathematical Computation 2002 workshop (IAMC 2002) has been co-organized by Norbert Kajler of Ecole des Mines de Paris (France), Erica Melis of DFKI Saarbrücken (Germany), and Paul Wang of Kent State Univ. (USA).

The workshop is part of ISSAC'02 (see http://www.lifl.fr/issac2002) and featured an invited talk, contributed papers, and software demonstrations. This is the third IAMC workshop. The first IAMC workshop was held on 28 July 1999 as part of ISSAC'99; the second IAMC workshop was held on 22 July 2001 as part of ISSAC'01.

Workshop Program and Papers in PDF

08:30 -- 09:00 Registration and Refreshments

09:00 -- 09:15 Welcome and Workshop Theme

09:15 -- 10:45 Contributed Papers I
   SESSION CHAIR : John Abbott, University di Genova, Italy

   Mathematics on the Web with MathML
   Max Froumentin

   A Family of Modular XML Schema for MathML
   Stephen Watt and Yuzhen Xie

   Exploiting Implicit Mathematical Semantics in Conversion between TeX and MathML
   Stephen Watt 

10:45 -- 11:00 Coffee break

11:00 -- 12:30 Contributed Papers II
   SESSION CHAIR : Sam Dooley, IBM Research, USA

   Mathematical Systems Accessed on the Web: an Overview
   Paul Libbrecht 

   An Internet-Accessible Software Package for Modeling Viscoelastic Flow
   J. Barr von Oehsen, Eric C. Cyr, Christopher L. Cox and Brian A. Malloy

   A call for an open-source, open-content repository of interactive
   CAS exercises
   Erica Melis

12:30 -- 14:00 Lunch

14:00 -- 15:15 Invited Talk
   SESSION CHAIR : James Davenport, University of Bath, UK

   An Overview of Computer-aided Mathematics Education Approaches    
   Invited Talk in PowerPioint
   Bernhard Kutzler

15:15 -- 15:30 Coffee break

15:30 -- 17:30 Contributed Papers III
   SESSION CHAIR : Laurent Bernardin,  Waterloo Maple Inc., Canada

   Statistical Distributions in JAVA and Internet
   Miloslav Nosal and Eric M. Nosal 

   Initial Design of A Web-Based Mathematics Education Framework
   Paul S. Wang, Norbert Kajler, Yi Zhou, Xiao Zou

   Parametric Exercises with Zope server
   Jordi Saludes, Sebastia Martin, Miquel Dalmau

   Embedding Intelligent Web Based Assessment in a Mathematical Learning
     Environment 
   Dirk F.M.Hermans

Software Demonstrations

17:45 -- 19:00 

  Sam Dooley (dooley@watson.ibm.com)
  IBM Research, USA
  IBM MathML Expression Editor

  Paul Libbrecht  (paul@activemath.org)
  DFKI Saarbrücken, Germany
  ActiveMath: using Content-Encoding for a learning environment on the Web
  
  Elena Smirnova (alenka_zajka@rambler.ru)
  ORCCA, Univ. of Western Ontario, London, Canada
  MathML - LaTeX conversion with conserving high-level semantics in translation

  Dirk F.M.Hermans (D.F.M.Hermans@bham.ac.uk)
  The University of Birmingham, UK
  AIM: from question to quiz

  Laurent Bernardin (lbernardin@maplesoft.com)
  Waterloo Maple Inc., Canada
  The MapleNet system

  Milo Nosal (nosal@ucalgary.ca)
  University of Calgary, Canada
  Statistical Resource Center

Email Addresses

    Norbert Kajler (Ecole des Mines de Paris, France)--kajler@cc.ensmp.fr
    Erica Melis (DFKI Saarbrücken, Germany)--melis@ags.uni-sb.de
    Paul S. Wang (ICM/Kent Univ., USA)--pwang@cs.kent.edu

IAMC Homepage

For more information on IAMC, current and past activities, and proceedings of previous IAMC Workshops, please visit the IAMC Information Site.

Funding Acknowledgement

The IAMC02 workshop has received support from Medicis (France) and National Science Foundation under grant CCR-0115611 (USA).