# CHEBFUN, Roots

Posted by Cleve Moler,

The ROOTS function in Chebfun is one of its most powerful features. This is the second part of my series on Chebfun. Part one is here. ... read more >>

# CHEBFUN, Numerical Computing With Functions

Posted by Cleve Moler,

I recently attended "Chebfun and Beyond", a three-day workshop in Oxford, England. Chebfun is a mathematical research and open source software project for numerical computing with functions. I plan to write a series of Cleve's Corner blog posts about Chebfun. ... read more >>

# Supremum

Posted by Cleve Moler,

Find the supremum of this function.... read more >>

# Game of Life, Part 3, Sampler

Posted by Cleve Moler,

The Game of Life. A few more of my favorite populations.... read more >>

# Game of Life, Part 2, Sparse Matrices2

Posted by Cleve Moler,

The Game of Life, including the infinitely expanding universe, is a gorgeous application of MATLAB sparse matrices.... read more >>

# Game of Life, Part 1, The Rule1

Posted by Cleve Moler,

This is part one of a series of posts about John Conway's Game of Life. One deceptively simple rule leads to an incredible variety of patterns, puzzles, and unsolved mathematical problems, and a beautiful use of MATLAB sparse matrices. ... read more >>

# MATLAB Debut and the Potted Palm1

Posted by Cleve Moler,

The first MATLAB trade show booth at the CDC in December, 1984, included a potted palm.... read more >>

# Can One Hear the Shape of a Drum? Part 3, Transplantation.

Posted by Cleve Moler,

This is the third part of a series of posts about Marc Kac's 1966 paper in the American Mathematical Monthly [1]. This part is devoted to the proof that the drums have the same eigenvalues. ... read more >>

# Can One Hear the Shape of a Drum? Part 2, Eigenfunctions1

Posted by Cleve Moler,

This is the second part of a series of posts about Marc Kac's 1966 paper in the American Mathematical Monthly [1]. This part is devoted to contour plots of the eigenfunctions. ... read more >>

# Can One Hear the Shape of a Drum? Part 1, Eigenvalues2

Posted by Cleve Moler,

The title of this multi-part posting is also the title of a 1966 article by Marc Kac in the American Mathematical Monthly [1]. This first part is about isospectrality. ... read more >>

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