MATH 10
Creative Dynamics Winter 2023

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Broadly defined, a dynamical system is an object whose future state can be calculated from its current state. Examples include ordinary and partial differential equations, discrete dynamics, cellular automata, billiards, spatial games, coupled/synchronized systems, agent models, evolutionary/selective dynamics, graph dynamics, Markov chains, and many more. The instructor will give a survey of such systems, and students will be free to imagine, create, and compute their own systems with an emphasis on graphical presentation of results.
The Class: Format: seminar; mornings
Limit: 15
Expected: NA
Class#: 1202
Grading: pass/fail only
Requirements/Evaluation: grading will be based on class participation, presentation of results, and a final project
Prerequisites: solid computer programming skills in some language with good support for graphics
Enrollment Preferences: computational skills, math background, and enthusiasm; students will be asked to submit a brief description of their qualifications

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