- PascGalois Zn Version 1.1.1 Released
- PascGalois JE Version 2.5.1 Released
- Primus Publication -
Binomial Identities with PascGaloisJE by Tyler Evans.
- New Algebra Lab - Exploiting Symmetry in Pascal's Triangle Modulo a
Prime by Tyler Evans
- New Exploration Sequence - Six new explorations
for Number Theory by Michael Fisher.
- Image Galleries - Images
produced by the PascGalois JE and the Pascal GT programs.
- Animation Galleries -
Animated GIF files and AVI movies that were produced from image sequences
that were created by either the PascGalois JE or the Pascal GT programs.
Images & Animations
These image and animation galleries contain some of the possible images
and image sequences that can be produced by either the
PascGalois JE or the Pascal GT programs.
The image sequences were composed into single animation files by either
a gif sequencer or the AVI Composer program, which can be found on the
application downloads page.
- PascGalois JE -
A platform independent program developed
for the exploration of one and two dimensional cellular automata over
finite group structures.
- PascGalois JE - Applets -
A series of applets developed from the PascGalois JE program.
- Pascal GT -
The original cellular automata explorer
developed by Dr. Kathleen Shannon.
Other Software Packages
In addition to the main programs and applets there are several other
applications that can be downloaded. First,
each applet has an associated platform independent program that
can be downloaded and run on the user's local computer.
There is also the AVI Composer which is a simple Windows based application that
will take a sequence of BMP, PNG or PPM files and create an AVI
- Abstract Algebra Labs -
Abstract Algebra exploration labs for use with the PascGalois JE application
or applet series.
- Mathematics for Elementary
Education Explorations - Explorations developed for a Mathematics
for Elementary Education course.
- Number Theory -
Explorations developed for an undergraduate course in number theory.
The labs that use the PascGalois JE applets are similar to those that use the
PascGalois JE application. The difference is that the applet versions embed
the applets within the lab so there is no need to download the PascGalois JE
application. Furthermore, the applets were constructed to display only the
necessary options and hence make them easier to use than the full application.
The PascGalois Project was made possible through two grants from the National Science Foundation,
DUE-0087644 and DUE-0339477.