Special Issue "Mathematics and Computer Programming in 2D and 3D Open Source Software"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 April 2022.
Mathematics is strongly related to computer programming. The application of maximum accuracy based on mathematical principles and functions is a guarantee of reliability and quality in the development of applications in 2D and 3D open-source computer software. The application in science and practice of open-source computer software is especially relevant. This is based not only on free and easy access to these resources, but mostly on the extremely fast development of these systems, which is largely due to the human factor and the periodic receipt of improvements to the respective applications. Open-source systems play an important role in 2D and 3D computer software. These software exist individually but can sometimes be correlated, used interconnectedly, and built as hybrid variants. Given the massive digitalization, open-source systems attract academics and researchers, leading companies, private users, students interested in computer programming and activities, as well as all stakeholders. Looking for opportunities for maximum quality of development, the application of mathematical functions in coding to create entirely new or to upgrade existing software is of great importance.
This section invites researchers who use the mathematical functions and computer codes in practice to present, at a high level, their activities related to:
- Applications in 2D and 3D open-source computer software;
- Creation of new 2D and 3D open-source computer software;
- Upgrading of existing 2D and 3D open-source computer software;
- Development of extensions as add-ons, add-ins, and plug-ins;
- Creating scripts;
- Creation of two-dimensional and three-dimensional finished models;
- Creating parametric applications for generating 2D and 3D models based on mathematical values;
- Application of mathematical functions and writing scripts directly in three-dimensional software (e.g., Blender, FreeCAD and others);
- Оthers relevant to the topic.
Dr. Tihomir Dovramadjiev
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