Dr.S.Aravamudhan Acknowledges the Java-'APPLET' Resources
The two Graphs are Calculated by explicitly setting up mathematical equations and inserting charts in MS EXCEL Applications. These trends can be quickly ascertained by varying built in parameters in the MATHFUNCTION APPLET and particular values acertained for much detailed simulations and small range trends by the other APPLICATION PROGRAMS.
A mathematical function simulator is displayed below. The various equations can be tested out and appropriate numerical calculations can result in specific graphical plots as desired which are exemplified above
MathTimeFunction shows how a y = f (x,t) function changes through time.
x represents a value in the 1th dimension (horizontal length)
y represents a value in the 2th dimension (height)
z, representing a value in the 3th dimension (depth), is not available
t represents a value in the 4th dimension (time)
Press "start" to view how the function changes with different values for t.
With "change settings" you can change the formula: either by selecting a default formula or create a custom one. You can also change the bounds to zoom in, zoom out, slow, fasten,... the function. xmin, ymin, tmin are the lowest values of x, y, t shown. xmax, ymax, tmax are the highest values of x, y, t shown. jump is the amount t changes each second in real time.
If you find a spectacular custom function, mail it to me at email@example.com an I might add it to the selectable formulas and mention your name. Include the bounds (xmin, ...) too please.