Mathematical Visualization

Visualization has gained increasing attention and credibility in many fields of science. However mathematicians have been slower to adopt these technologically based methods. In part, some of the resistance is due to the limited understanding of what visualization can actually bring to mathematics.

The projects described here represent ongoing work being done at the CECM between researchers in Mathematics, Computing Science and Philosophy.

Visual Constants Calculator
Zeros of Random Polynomials with Coefficients 0 and 1

n-Traces: Visualizing a Problem in Philosophical Logic

Interesting and Related Links

Philosophy of Experimental Mathematics and Visualization
Difficult issues which have to be dealt with
Mathematical Visualization Resources
A (nearly) exhaustive collection of related resources
Mathematics and Art
Genetic, fractal and algorithmic visual masterpieces
Oorange Project
A visualization environment for experimental mathematics
A collection of knots and links, viewed from a (partly) mathematical perspective
Scientific Visualization Sites
Al Globus' Collection