Contributed Papers


  1. M. Anderson, L. Bloom, U.Mueller & P.Pedler, Edith CowanUniversity, Australia

    Graphics calculators: Some implications for course content andexamination

    Abstract and full paper.
  2. Marina Bertaja, Department ofMathematics, University of Bologna, Italy

    An interactive graphical system for cam motion synthesis.

    Abstract and full paper.
  3. C. Cetinkaya, Wolfram Research, Inc.,USA, G. Keady, University of WesternAustralia, Australia& A. Triulzi, Universityof London, UK

    Mathematica, Packs for Mechanical Engineers -- and the elastic torsion problem

    Abstract and full paper.
  4. Mohan Chinnappan,Science and Mathematics Education Centre, Curtin University of Technology

    Student Teachers' Understanding about the Use of a Computer SoftwareProgramme in the Representation and Teaching of Linear Functions

    Abstract and full paper.
  5. Mohan Chinnappan, Science andMathematics Education Centre, Curtin University of Technology & Brian A.White, School of Mathematics andStatistics, Curtin University of Technology

    Undergraduate students' analysis of problems within the MAPLE environment

    Abstract and full paper.
  6. Jen-chung Chuan, Department ofMathematics, National Tsing Hua University, Hsinchu, Taiwan 300

    Studying Synthetic Geometry with Technology.

    Abstract and full paper.
  7. Ungsana Chundang, Department ofMathematics,King Mongkut 's Institute of Technology Thonburi, Thailand

    Using CAS for the visualization of some basic concepts in calculus of severalvariables.

    Abstract and full paper.
  8. Jean Cook, Glasgow Caledonian University,Scotland G4 0BA, UK

    Basic Mathematical Skills: Are they important?

    Abstract and full paper.
  9. G. Fitz-Gerald & W. P. Healy, Department ofMathematics, RMITUniversity, Australia

    Maple and the World-Wide Web at RMIT

    Abstract and full paper.
  10. Eric Foxley, Colin Higgins, Edmund Burke &Cleveland Gibbon, Learning Technology Research, Computer Science Department,University of Nottingham, NOTTINGHAM NG7 2RD, UK & Abdullah Mohd Zin, Computer ScienceDepartment, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia

    The Ceilidh System: An Overview and some experiences of use

    Abstract and full paper.
  11. Masami Isoda, Instituteof Education, Univertisy of Tsukuba

    Connecting Mathematics with Machine Engineering and Art: Perspectives for Calculusand Geometry for All via Technology.

    Abstract and full paper.
  12. Y. Jun, Department of ComputerEducation, Sunchon National University, Sunchon, Korea

    Linear Kid: A mathematical software designed as a computer-based peer tutoringsystem.

    Abstract and full paper.
  13. Gutnikov, V.A., Lifanov, I.K., Setuha, A.V.& Skotchenko, A.S., Azovskaya Street, 4, 68, Computer Science Department,113149, Moscow, Russia

    Computer technology in mathematical researches on ecology

    Abstract and full paper.
  14. B. Kissane, MurdochUniversity, Australia

    Chance and data: New opportunities provided by the graphicscalculator

    Abstract and full paper.
  15. M. Kawski, Arizona State University, USA

    Computer Visualization and Vector Calculus

    Abstract and full paper.
  16. J. Lewin, Kennesaw StateUniversity, USA

    The Roles of Scientific WorkPlace and Scientific Notebook as An InstructionalTool in a Mathematics Curriculum

    Abstract and full paper.
  17. Seu Kea Lua, Ngee AnnPolytechnic, Singapore & Wei-Chi Yang, Department ofMathematics, Radford University

    Creating teaching and learning materials in Engineering Mathematics usingScientific WorkPlace with External Program Link to Maple

    Abstract and full paper.
  18. Mohamed bin Othman & AbdulRahman binAbdullah, Department of Computer Science, University Pertanina Malaysia, 43400 UPMSerdang,selangor D.E. Malaysia

    Multigrid Soultion with Rotated High-order Discretizations for Solving PoissonEquation

    Abstract and full paper.
  19. M. Majewski, Department ofMathematics &Computer Science, PNG University of Technology, Papua New Guinea

    Realistic Visualization of 3D and 4D Mathematical Objects

    Abstract and full paper.
  20. Haruo Murakami, KonanUniversity, Japan

    Mathematical Education in the Internet Era - Focussing on ``Learning byDiscovery'' and anExperiment at ICME8/TG4

    Abstract and full paper.
  21. Dipendra C. Sengupta & Linda Hayden, Department ofMathematics/Computer Science, Elizabeth City State University, Elizabeth City, NC 27909,USA

    An Undergraduate Research Project in Fractal/Chaos using Mathematica

    Abstract and full paper.
  22. Jean-Claude Sogno, INRIA, 78153 Le ChesnayCedex, FRANCE

    Visualizing the Behaviour of All-Integer Algorithms

    Abstract and full paper.
  23. S. Tsuyuki, InternationalEducation SoftwareInc., Japan

    Visualizing Concepts with Interactive Java Animation on Internet

    Abstract and full paper.
  24. Cristina Varsavsky,Department of Mathematics, Monash University & Alistair Carr,School of Applied Science, Monash University

    Designing an interactive electronic book for first year universitymathematics

    Abstract and full paper.
  25. Wei-Chi Yang, Department ofMathematics, Radford University, USA

    Encompassing Current Mathematical Software and Technology in Teaching andResearch

    Abstract and full paper.
  26. Weinian Zhang, Xiaorong Hou & ZhenbingZeng, Centre for Mathematical Sciences, CICA, Academia Sinica, Chengdu610041, P.R. CHINA

    Weak Centers for Reversible Cubic Systems

    Abstract and full paper.