Mathematics in the movie "Good Will Hunting" - Maple Application Center
Application Center Applications Mathematics in the movie "Good Will Hunting"

Mathematics in the movie "Good Will Hunting"

Author
: Bert Jagers
Engineering software solutions from Maplesoft
This Application runs in Maple. Don't have Maple? No problem!
 Try Maple free for 15 days!
When Professor Lambeau first announces the prize problem on the blackboard in the corridor, which is to be solved by Will the next evening, the blackboard in the classroom contains Parseval's Theorem from Fourier Analysis, as well as a part of its proof. Lambeau refers to the prize problem as an "Advanced Fourier System", but it turns out to be a second year problem in algebraic graph theory, to be solved in four stages. The problem is easily solved by Maple.

Application Details

Publish Date: June 18, 2001
Created In: Maple 6
Language: English

More Like This

Pascal's triangle and its relationship to the Fibonacci sequence
Solving constraint satisfaction problems II: More difficult logic problems
Solving the World's Hardest Sudoku
A new approach to Sheppard’s corrections
Recurrence relations and recursion
Solving constraint satisfaction problems I: Logic problems
Permutation of vertices of pascal's hexagon
Number of iterations in Collatz's problem