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Revision as of 12:14, 29 June 2012
Welcome to Drexel's Summer 2012 page.
Here is a list of items that we'd like to seen done over the course of the project. It should grow and shrink as items are added and completed.
- Implement WebGL Metaball demo into existing Metaball page
- Work on fixing problems listed in the Audit Table
- Figure out why some pages don't have tables of content
- Add in-progress picture and back-link to the in-progress template
|Arbelos||image visible, header size for leather cutting and art and design one size to small||Yes|
|Blue Fern||References are done incorrectly.||No|
|Divergence Theorem||Bad formatting on under "Example of Divergence Theorum Verification"||Yes|
|Euclidean Algorithm||The Image intro is far to long, belongs in Basic Description probably.||Yes|
|Fibonacci Numbers||spam text||Yes|
|Harmonic Warping||Image under more mathematical explanation gets shown, should be hidden||Yes|
|Henon Attractor||To many hides in the "more mathematical" section||Yes|
|Hyperbolic Tilings||needs more mathematical section hidden, other sections to many hides||Yes|
|Julia Sets||broken links to "More Julia Set Pictures Created by Anna"||Yes|
|Koch Snowflake||Messed up categories, extra text||Yes|
|Lissajous Curve||Use a gallery for the last 6 images, you probably don't need 6 seperate images.||Yes|
|Monkey Saddle||No Why it's interesting. We marked it as imcomplete because of lack of content||No|
|Newton's Basin||To many hides||Yes|
|Parabolic Reflector||Change hide tags||Yes|
|Parabolic Reflector||Needs more content||No|
|Polar Equations||*A More mathematical section isn't closed properly, so why it's interesting gets hidden as well. *Needs references properly implemented||No|
|Problem of Apollonius||Visible animation should be hidden||Yes|
|Roulette||To much is hidden, there are 5+ "show "mores" and instead should be 1 "more mathematical"||Yes|
|Sierpinski's Triangle||Too many hides||Yes|
|Straight Line and its construction||Does not properly implement references in the wiki format, lacks a basic description||No|
|Quaternion||Needs a mathematical explaination, needs a field, needs a image author (or remove it), needs a category.||No|
|Mostly Completed Pages|
|Cantor Set||Basic explanation is too complex, show be moved to ElemDesc, which is empty anyway||No|
|Exponential Growth||Doesn't follow the template. Need to separate basic description from mathematical||No|
|Ford Circles||Too many hides. Most should be hidden under the Mathematical Explanation hide||Yes|
|The Golden Ratio||Fix hides in Mathematical Explanation. No Why It's Interesting section||No|
|Gradients and Directional Derivatives||No Why it's interesting section.||No|
|Hyperboloid||No More Mathematical Explanation||No|
|Image Convolution||Lack of content, No Why It's Interesting section||No|
|Logarithmic Scale and the Slide Rule||No Why It's Interesting/Important section. Complete rewrite of the simple explanation. Move history to separate section||No|
|Inversion||Too many hides; no MME section (hides become MME?)||No|
|Completely Incomplete Pages|
Here is a list of all of the items we have completed throughout the project.
Calvin Morrison (CalvinMorrison)
I am here to audit the math images project to check for consistency and accuracy as well as template correctness.
- Special:Allpages: so all the wiki pages are listed here (so if you lost something, it's bound to be here!)
- http://mathforum.org/mathimages/index.php/Image:Inprogress.png: At the bottom it will tell you what pages are tagged with this image (therefore all the unfinished pages!
Other Math Image Pages
Russell Wiley (Russell Wiley)
I'm currently working making a working applet to this [] since the mathmatica links are dead.
Will be done in HTML5 Canvas since only 2d objects are the only ones needed
Will be learning WebGL to use with some app examples
Click here for Canvas work: []
Tyler Romasco (Tyler Romasco)
I'm currently working on cleaning up some pages and developing some applets for existing pages using HTML5 canvasing and WebGL
Who We Are
Math Tools Requests This page is a place where students whose primary focus is writing pages can post requests for applets, animations, and new images that they'd like to see the computer science students create.
Threw this up real quick, will be updating with applets as they are created()