Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications
Contents of Volume 1
Issue 1, January 2001
- Feature Article: JOMA Welcome, by Tina Straley, Mathematical Association of America. Executive Director Straley discusses how JOMA fits into the Mathematical Sciences Digital Library project and into the mission of the MAA.
- Welcome to JOMA, by David A. Smith, Duke University. The Editor describes the ancestry, mission, and scope of this new journal, as well as the special nature of this first issue.
- The JOMA Mathlets Project, by Tom Roby, California State University, Hayward. The Mathlets Editor describes the review process for mathlets and gives suggestions to potential mathlet authors.
- WIMS: An Interactive Mathematics Server, by Xiao Gang, University of Nice. The developer discusses the design, structure, and capabilities of a system for providing interactive services for students of mathematics.
- JOMA: A Magnificent Addition to MAA's Family of Journals, by Don Albers, Mathematical Association of America. In a brief note, Director of Publications Albers places JOMA in the context of MAA's publication plans for the new millennium.
- The maths online Collection, by Franz Embacher and Petra Oberhuemer, University of Vienna The developers write about the maths online project, the purpose of which is to develop a coherent online program suitable for mathematics teaching and self-learning.
- Exploration: Exponential Functions and Their Derivatives, by Tom Leathrum, Jacksonville State University. This exploration uses a small sample of the applets from the author's Mathlets site to explore exponential functions and their derivatives in depth.
- Feature Mathlet: Animated Sequences, by Xiao Gang, University of Nice
- Area under a Curve, by Donald DeLand and Greg Faron, Integre Technical Publishing Company
- Center of Mass, by Philip Crooke and Steven Tschantz, Vanderbilt University
- Differentiation, by Franz Embacher and Petra Oberhuemer, University of Vienna
- Generating Tables to Demonstrate Limits, by Tom Leathrum, Jacksonville State University
- Graph Explorer, by Alan Cooper, Langara College
- Identifying the Type of ODE, by Philip Crooke and Steven Tschantz, Vanderbilt University
- Integrator, by Bert G. Wachsmuth, Seton Hall University
- The maths online Function Plotter, by Franz Embacher and Petra Oberhuemer, University of Vienna
- Predator Prey, by David Zachmann, Colorado State University
- Featuring: Let's Do It! by Alexander Bogomolny, Cut the Knot Software, Inc. MAA Online's Cut The Knot columnist, fashions a brand new applet.