Visualisation at CARMA
This page contains a collection of visualisation-related pages, sites and projects at CARMA.
Investigations of tools for representing floating point numbers as planar (or three-dimensional)
walks and for quantitatively measuring their "randomness".
Scientific constants battle for supremacy: who will win?
A 3-day workshop, held in November 2012, on the effective use of visualization in mathematics, physics,
and statistics from the perspectives of education, research, and outreach.
A book discussing various classes and their characteristics, treating convex functions in both Euclidean and Banach spaces.
Iterative projection methods form the basis of a number of algorithms used to solve optimisation problems.
Reconstruction of the protein 1PTQ using the Douglas-Rachford algorithm.
Methods and images relating to our glasses-free 3-D screen.
Miscellaneous images from our research.