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The Development of Visualisation’s Library for Distance Education

Student: Viktoriya Muraveva

Supervisor: Alexey Antonovich Nikitin

Faculty: Faculty of Computer Science

Educational Programme: Applied Mathematics and Information Science (Bachelor)

Year of Graduation: 2017

The process of visualization in mathematics education is not only a demonstration of geometric objects. It is a creation of a colorful animation, relevant to the problem that includes only the essential aspects and allow the image to vary, perhaps through the control of the user. So, a helping tool in the understanding of ideas and methods of mathematical analysis. Implicit curves and implicit surfaces play a prominent role in mathematics as algebraic curves and in designing curves of desired geometrical shapes. The article considers the key aspects of the project "VisualMath.ru", as well as the methods of expanding the graphic libraries of the project with tools for visualization of implicit objects. The results are described, examples of the developed visualization modules that will be used in education process are given.

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