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Many science and engineering courses contain substantial mathematical content. In addition, the rapid development of online learning, in both traditional and Web-based courses, and the ubiquitous presence of laptop computing, is placing increased demands on students to enter mathematical expressions into a computer. Furthermore, it is often required that… (More)

- Marco Pollanen, Jeff Hooper, Bruce Cater, Sohee Kang
- ICMS
- 2014

- Davood G. Gozli, Marco Pollanen, Michael Reynolds
- Calculemus/MKM
- 2009

Software Engineering for Mathematics p. 27 Calculemus Talks Some Traditional Mathematical Knowledge Management p. 28 Math Handwriting Recognition in Windows 7 and Its Benefits p. 29 Assembling the Digital Mathematics Library p. 31 CAMAL 40 Years on Is Small Still Beautiful? p. 32 Conservative Retractions of Propositional Logic Theories by Means of Boolean… (More)

- Mao Lin Huang, Marco Pollanen, W. K. Yuen
- Monte Carlo Meth. and Appl.
- 2007

This paper studies a new randomized quasi-Monte Carlo method for estimating the mean and variance of the Pareto distribution. In many Monte Carlo simulations, there are some stability problems for estimating the population Pareto variance by using the sample variance. In this paper, we propose a randomized quasi-random number generator [quasiRNG] to… (More)

- Yasaman Mohseniahouei, Kenzu Abdella, Marco Pollanen
- J. Comput. Science
- 2015

- Marco Pollanen, Sohee Kang, Bruce Cater
- HCI
- 2017

In this paper, we explore the applicability of the SincCollocation method to a three-dimensional (3D) oceanography model. The model describes a wind-driven current with depth-dependent eddy viscosity in the complex-velocity system. In general, the Sinc-based methods excel over other traditional numerical methods due to their exponentially decaying errors,… (More)

- Marco Pollanen, Jeff Hooper, Bruce Cater, Sohee Kang
- CICM Workshops
- 2014

Rapid growth in mobile computing has given rise to a dramatic evolution in communication tools that have the potential to transform the educational experience. Because of the complexities of mathematical communication, however, progress towards the realization of that potential has been particularly slow in the mathematical sciences. We are addressing this… (More)

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