RALPH ABRAHAM is a Professor of Mathematics at the University of California at Santa Cruz, specializing in chaos theory, computation, and applications. He is the founder of the Visual Math Institute of Santa Cruz, and is the author of many books on mathematics, modern mythology and the World Wide Web.
AMI RADUNSKAYA has worked extensively as a cellist and composer. Formerly of the Oakland Symphony, she has specialized in new music, touring with such groups as the Arch Ensemble for Experimental Music and the Muse and the Fuse. As a composer, her work can be heard on the Centaur Label, and she has also composed several film scores. Currently she is Professor of Mathematics at Pomona College in California specializing in ergodic theory and dynamical systems, where, in addition to straight mathematical research, she is exploring links between the arts of Mathematics and Music.
PETER BROADWELL studied computational mathematics in the Visual Math Program at the University of California at Santa Cruz, where he helped create the software of the Computational Math Lab, earning the degrtee of Master of Arts in Computational Mathematics in 1988. He was for several years a member of the Technical Staff at SGI, and is currently a freelance software artist specializing in computer graphics.
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