HiQ is Interactive Math
HiQ is an interactive problem-solving environment for Macintosh and Power
Macintosh where you organize, visualize, and document real-world math, science,
and engineering problems. HiQ solves real-world problems using a methodology
that combines an engineering worksheet environment, interactive analysis, data
visualization, an extensive math library, and a programming language called HiQ-
Script.
HiQ Software Architecture
HiQ has two different levels for numerical analysis and data visualization
problem solving - an interactive level and a programmatic level. At the
interactive level, you set up and solve problems such as ordinary differential
equations, numerical integration, and systems of nonlinear equations. The
interactive tools include a Data Editor, 2D and 3D Graph Editors, and the HiQ
Problem Solvers. You solve problems interactively with the HiQ Problem Solvers.
First, you input your functions and set the parameters for your problem in the
Problem Solver GUI. Then, you run it to obtain solutions without programming.
The Problem Solvers use vector and matrix data defined in the spreadsheet-like
Data Editor. In addition, the Problem Solvers create 2D and 3D graphs and also
generate HiQ-Script programs. If you need to solve a custom application or one
that involves one or more of the scripts generated from the Problem Solvers, you
can can use the HiQ-Script programming language. Use HiQ-Script to link data,
graphs, text, Problem Solver script, and the more than 600 analysis and data
visualization built-in functions at the programming level.
For a FREE Interactive differential equation Problem Solver and HiQ Demo Disk
call (800) 433-3488 or e-mail john.hanks@ccmail.natinst.com.