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micro Mathematics is an extended visual calculator for Android that allows live editing of mathematical identities combined with highly accurate computations. Users will be thrilled to create and manipulate mathematical equations and expressions in the same graphical format in which they are presented.
Focused on user friendliness, Dr. Kulesh has built an app that harnesses powerful calculation software in a worksheet format.
Students and engineers can quickly benefit from it since a worksheet form allows the comfortable documentation and re-use of engineering calculations.
The key innovation of this app is the mathematical editor. Based on the layout framework of the Android API, Dr. Kulesh has successfully developed a powerful touch-screen editor that allows users to create and manipulate naturally readable mathematical expressions containing all basic mathematical notations.
There are two versions. The paid micro Mathematics Plus version has exactly the same user interface as the micro Mathematics free version, but implements more mathematical functionality: functions of many arguments, contour plots, summation and product operations, derivative and definite integrals, if-function and logical operators.
Many scientific calculators for Android implement extended mathematical algorithms, but are not really user-friendly. Some desktop systems like Mathcad have excellent GUI that allows live editing of mathematical equations and expressions, but are not presented for Android.
According to Dr. Kulesh, “micro Mathematics is the first mathematical spreadsheet-oriented calculator for Android allowing users to combine a variety of different mathematical elements (equations, descriptive text and supporting plots) into the form of a worksheet, which is naturally readable.”
About the Developer:
Dr. Kulesh received his Ph.D. in physics and mathematics from the Institute of Continuous Media Mechanics, Ural Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Perm, Russia) and from 1997 to 2002 he was employed as a PhD student and a postdoctoral fellow at this institute. From 2002 to 2008 he was employed as a research associate at the Institute for Mathematics, University of Potsdam where he develops and implements the wavelet-based methods of signals’ and time series’ processing. From 2008 he is a software developer at Exelis Orthogon company located in Bremen, Germany.
His current research interests include wavelet-analysis as applied to one- and multicomponent signal processing, operational research as applied to air traffic flow problems, overall optimization methods, numerical methods and mobile application development.
Dr. Mikhail Kulesh
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