MAT 311 -- Information about Project 2
Project 2 should be handed in by 04/29. Please select one of the topics
listed below. You need to make your selection and also inform me of it by
4/15. All programming projects and Computing and Programming Exercises (CPE) are taken from the 4th edition of Rosen's textbook.
For any of the programming projects, please email me
at firstname.lastname@example.org the program
source code (in readable form -- indented and commented), and hand in the program outline
and a reasonable amount of program output. You can use any programming language
you like (within reasonable limits - i.e., a language for which there exist easily
available compilers). Preferred ones are Maple,
Mathematica (yes, they are programming languages), C,
OCAML and Java, but you can also use C++, Pascal,
Python, Fortran, Lisp, Turing machine...
- Programming project 6.1.2.
- Programming project 6.2.2.
- Computational and Programming Exercise 7.1.6
- Computational and Programming Exercise 7.2.4
- Programming project 7.4.1.
- Programming project 8.1.4.
- Programming project 8.2.1.
- Programming project 9.3.2.
- A short (2 to 4 typed pages) paper on the mathematical contributions of a
number theorist. Note: This is not a biography - you will
need to describe mathematical results, their proofs, etc.
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