The "Digital Interactive Mathematical Maps" (DIMM) show
the historical origin of the mathematical concepts as well as the interdependencies and connections
between them for various areas of mathematics. This is visualized by a three-dimensional graph. One
dimension represents time, while the other two dimensions represent inner-mathematical dependency
and relationship.

To start: First select the mathematical area (geometry, algebra, calculus or stochastic) under "Areas". Then
click on "Interactive Map" to get to the generation of the three-dimensional representation.
Clicking on "Timeline" opens a linear arrangement of the historical events. You can select German, English, Spanish or Ukrainian as language by clicking on the flags at the top right.

Professorship of Mathematics Didactics, Faculty of Computer Science and Mathematics & Faculty of Arts and Humanities, University of Passau

More information about the DIMM-Project+49 (0) 851 509 3175