History of Mathematics at GVSU
Articles and Book Chapters - 1999
Department of Mathematics
Grand Valley State University
Allendale, MI 49401
Articles and Book Chapters Published in 1999
Ed Aboufadel, Matt Boelkins, and Steve Schlicker. “Review of Four Introductory Books on Wavelets: Wavelets: A Primer, Wavelets in Box, A Primer on Wavelets for Scientists and Engineers, and Wavelet Analysis: The Scalable Structure of Information.” The American Mathematical Monthly, 106.10 (1999): 971 – 977.
Ed Aboufadel and Steve Schlicker. “Wavelets in Linear Algebra Using Maple.” Proceedings of the Tenth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics. Addison-Wesley (1999): 1 – 5.
David Austin and Dale Rolfsen. “The Alexander Polynomial and the Homotopy of Knots.” Canadian Bulletin of Mathematics 42.3 (1999): 257 – 262.
Char Beckmann, S.L. Senk, and D.R. Thompson. “Assessing Students’ Understanding of Functions in a Graphing Calculator Environment.” School Science and Mathematics 99.8 (1999): 451 – 456.
Char Beckmann and K. Rozanski. “Graphs in Real Time.” Mathematics Teaching in the Middle School 5.2 (1999): 92 – 99.
Char Beckmann and Steve Schlicker. “A ‘Model’ Multivariable Calculus Course.” PRIMUS 9.3 (1999): 226 – 240.
Char Beckmann and D.R. Thompson. “Preparing Secondary Teachers to Use Technology: Two Perspectives.” Proceedings of the 11th Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate MathematicsReading, MA: Addison-Wesley Longman Publishing Company.. (1999)
Esther Billings, Jan Shroyer, and Pam Wells. “A Tutoring Field Experience as a Vehicle for
Applying Authentic Knowledge and Pedagogy: Dilemmas and Successes.” Proceedings
of the 4th Annual Meeting of the Association of Mathematics Teacher Educators, 1999.
Elyn Rykken and Jody SorensenAmerica. http://www.maa.org/t_and_l/exchange/ite5/hodgson.html.. “Volumes and History: A Calculus Project Involving an Original Source.” MAA Online. 1999. The Mathematical Association of
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