Re: WMI2 has been released
Doug Stewart <dastew <at> sympatico.ca>
2007-09-30 14:27:23 GMT
where should we send in bug reports?
Here is one or two.
gives an answer that looks ok except for the log(e) parts ---
but when i click on it to move it to the input window -- it reports an
error -- the window is pink.
here is what is in the window:
If I delete the % symbol then it is ok.
now for the second part
when I factor it --- it returns:
and this has a % sign in it ---but more importantly the last term is
2*s^2 and should only be s^2
Zoltán Kovács wrote:
> Dear Colleagues and Friends,
> we are happy to announce WebMathematics Interactive 2.0 (WMI2) which
> has been released a few hours ago.
> WMI2 is currently a graphical web front-end for the Maxima CAS and
> Gnuplot, the GNU function plotting utiltiy. What's more, WMI2 can be
> easily extended to be a front-end for arbitrary CAS or other
> mathematics software.
> We focus on education and ease of use. The targeted group of students
> are at age of 14-21. Normally the users should not know any kind of
> syntax of the underlying CAS. Our development was supported by
> University of Szeged, Hungary and Ministry of Education and
> Informatics (back in 2003). The alpha version of this software has
> been presented to an expert audience at the CADGME conference, Pécs,
> Hungary, June 2007.
> The current version offers 50 different kinds of computations for 5
> different areas of mathematics. The previous (1.0) version of our
> software has been continously used in education at University of
> Szeged and other colleges and universities world-wide. We humbly
> appreciate all kind of feedback of your experiences trying out the new
> version of WMI.
> More information:
> * On-line demo: http://matek.hu
> * Documentation: http://matek.hu/doc (including 3 short movies in
> English and 3 in Hungarian)
> * Download area: http://matek.hu/downloads/
> * Old version: http://matek.hu/1
> * Details of development:
> <http://wmi.math.u-szeged.hu/%7Ekovzol/cadgme.php> (obsolete)
> * Contact: info <at> matek.hu <mailto:info <at> matek.hu>
> Best regards,
> Zoltan Kovacs
> lead developer
> assistant professor at Bolyai Institute
> University of Szeged, Hungary
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