Interactive Computer Graphics and Data Presentation Reflections of P.S.U.

UNCP Author/Contributor (non-UNCP co-authors, if there are any, appear on document)
Edward Reed (Creator)
The University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP )
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Abstract: My project as mentioned involves a collection of computer programs which I have designed to examine specific aspects of the university as they are related to questions I have concerning the history Pembroke areas such as physical development, historic events, and the geographic location of alumni. These programs are Dynamic Map, which recreates diagrams locating major building of the campus as they have appeared during the past seventy-nine years! Historic Timeline, a program designed to 1ist the historical events pertaining to Pembroke State, North Carolina, the United States, and the World from 1887 until 1987; Commuter, which explores the use of speed as a quantity which can be directly d splayed while animatingchanges in commuter levels and enrollment; Alumni Dispersion, a subprogram designed to display information concerning the dispersion of alumni over the U.S. and North Carolina, and Data Analysis, which provides graphs of statistics concerning Pembroke State.

Additional Information

Honors Project
Chancellor's Scholars Program
Language: English
Date: 1987
Computer programs, Pembroke, N.C., Dynamic Map, Historic Timeline, Commuter, Alumni Dispersion, Data Analysis, Pembroke State University

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