This page is an edited version of the original (and obsolete) document
for the CADGME conference.
Welcome! On this page you can find some WMI2 related links,
especially for the CADGME conference.
If you are new to WMI, you can go for a visit to the WMI1 demo page. As of WMI2, to be short, the
current goal of the actual state is to give the students a user
friendly web interface for CAS based self-evaluation and for routine
tasks. For that, the teachers are also available to edit
and add CAS functions and calculator layouts.
The final version of WMI2 is planned to have much more
working functions, including thematic modules and Google-like search in
a global database of exercises and problems. For the full list of
planned functions please refer to the printed outline.
The information guide for the WMI2 workshop is available
here (in PDF format, 4 pages). This will
be used as the printed outline during the workshop.
You can visit the production/stable demo of WMI2 on wmi.sf.net. This demo is known
to work with Mozilla Firefox 2.0 and some other web browsers, too,
however it is highly suggested to use Firefox for your convencience.
However this software is reported to be stable, we still appreciate your
feedback into our bug
tracking database as well.
If you download WMI2, you will be in a need of some CAS
knowledge if you want to create your own buttons. Currently only the
maxima type is available. If you are new to Maxima, you still have two
options to finish a crash-course: the first is to try wxMaxima. The second option is to read
Rosetta Stone for Computer Algebra Systems.
Have a nice experience using WMI2!