Jeff Tupper's M.Sc. Thesis

Jeff Tupper's M.Sc. Thesis:

Graphing Equations with Generalized Interval Arithmetic

My thesis on generalized interval arithmetic and implicit surface rendering is now online. It is available as: The web document is: The pdf document is: The postscript document is: The bitmapped images at the end of chapter four have been replaced with low-resolution images. Those images, and more, are available at the GrafEq gallery. GrafEq is a commercial program, whose development rests on the ideas presented in this thesis; the program was produced in 1993 and is used to teach high-school mathematics. A fully-functional evaluation version of GrafEq is available for download.

The pdf and postscript versions are also available via ftp:

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