|List functions and deque functions.||Ho hum. Associative containers. Raw, unadorned boredome...||Finally got vectors working for the partition program. Lots of debuggery.||Cleaned it up and added some commentary.||Wearing the necklace. Oh, it's a
|JOMA and JSTOR.|
|Back to parsing:
Get the parser to recognise a single digit.
|Get the parser to separate operands and operators on separate stacks and then operate!||Can now evaluate expressions like 1+3+5-7-1.||Short note on a problem with lists.||Notes on recursive descent, shunting yard and precedence climbing.||Infix to postfix? Just a mess of notes.||Abstract algebra behind necklaces.|
|Development of notation an basic concepts for solving the necklace problem.||Case 1: The number of beads are odd, is solved, with a proof by Jim Matthews.||The Monte Carlo program for generating necklaces.||More necklace case examples, verified by both Monte Carlo and Burnsides.||Introducing Bernstein blobs.||Using openGL to draw necklaces. Combining the generate necklaces fctn with the draw circle function.||The dreary business of sorting out WebEQ, MathML, etc is begun: also circle pixels!|
|This time I'm editing xml in a text editor to describe cpp code for implementing circle midpoint pixel algorithm.||Going back to simple MS-Word MathType generator--for Elipse Midpoint Algorithms.||Implementing the ellipse midpoint algorithm.||Rotated Conics and the discriminant.||Fill algorithms.||Anti-alisasing and the Pitteway - Watkinson algorithm.||Geometric transformations: translation, rotation and scaling in 2D.|
|Geometric Transformations in 3D, from inutitive to quaternion.||Some code implementing the quaternion method of rotation with experiments.|