hi
first sry for my bad english.
I'm a computer science major and Im looking for some articles about relation between mathematics and computer sciences,
Im looking for something like linear algebra in computer graphics or surface integrals in robotics,
Iv searched alot but I didnt find what Im looking for ! and I dont khow where to seek, sad.png
I want some articles that really shows how computer graphics is based on linear algebra or other things line that.
I am working with openGl now and I khow something about computer graphics but I want other articles too.
I am interested in everything that shows the relation between mathematics and computer sciences.
thank you
Computer Sciences and mathematics
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#2
Re: Computer Sciences and mathematics
Posted 22 July 2013  04:35 AM
It would help if you showed us some examples of what you've already found that aren't of any help. After all when I search for "relation between mathematics and computer sciences." I get about 92,000,000 matches. So you need to be more specific as to exactly what your searching for.
Jim
Jim
#3
Re: Computer Sciences and mathematics
Posted 22 July 2013  05:05 AM
Im looking for something like : http://www.cs.xu.edu...00209124.pdf
or : http://www.math.unt....ark%20Paper.pdf
or : http://www.math.unt....ark%20Paper.pdf
#4
Re: Computer Sciences and mathematics
Posted 22 July 2013  05:27 AM
Okay, and what are those pages lacking?
You have two links that you say you want "something like" so I suggest you read those pages then try to refine your search by adding more search terms. No one is going to be able to do this research for you. You're the one that's going to have to decide whether or not some material answers your questions or provokes more questions.
Jim
You have two links that you say you want "something like" so I suggest you read those pages then try to refine your search by adding more search terms. No one is going to be able to do this research for you. You're the one that's going to have to decide whether or not some material answers your questions or provokes more questions.
Jim
#5
Re: Computer Sciences and mathematics
Posted 22 July 2013  06:24 AM
Moved to Student Campus
#6
Re: Computer Sciences and mathematics
Posted 22 July 2013  07:48 AM
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