Curriculum Vitae

David A. Smith

Box 90320, Durham, NC 27708-0320
(919) 489-5515 (home)
(email)
Personal

Born: 1938, New York City

Education

Ph.D.Yale University1963
B.S.Trinity College1958
Areas of Research

Mathematics Education

Areas of Experience

Mathematics education
Numerical analysis
Mathematical models in the social and biological sciences
Uses of computers in mathematics instruction
Applications of algebra to combinatorics and number theory
Representations of nonassociative algebras

Awards, Honors, and Distinctions

Fellow, International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, 2015
Fellow, American Mathematical Society, 2013
Lifetime Achievemnet Award, NAMI North Carolina, 2009
University of Canterbury (NZ) Visiting Erskine Fellowship, 2001
Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science, 1997
EDUCOM Medal, 1995
(with L. C. Moore) Project Kaleidoscope Designation of Project CALC as a Program That Works, 1993
(with L. C. Moore) EDUCOM Award for Best Curriculum Innovation: Mathematics, 1991
NIH-MARC Visiting Scientist, Benedict College, 1985-86
Scholar-at-Large, United Negro College Fund, Benedict College, 1984-85
Carl B. Allendoerfer Award for Expository Writing, MAA, 1977
Valedictorian, Trinity College, 1958
Sigma Pi Sigma Physics Honor Society, 1957
Phi Beta Kappa, 1957
(with D. R. Smith) The Steve Jordan Award, NAMI North Carolina, October, 2016
Hero of Hope, Alliance Behavioral Healthcare, May 2016

Major Grant Support

(with L. C. Moore) The Coordinated Curriculum Library, NSF DUE-9752421, 1998-2001
(with L. C. Moore) Interactive Connected Curriculum Project, NSF-DUE 9555407, subcontract on grant to Cal Poly San Luis Obispo, 1996-98
(with L. C. Moore) Interactive Modules for Courses Following Calculus, NSF DUE-9352889, 1993-97
(with L. C. Moore) Dissemination of Project CALC Methods and Materials, NSF USE-9153272, 1991-95
(with L. C. Moore) Project CALC: Calculus as a Laboratory Course, NSF USE-8953961, 1989-93
(with L. C. Moore) Development of Calculus, NSF USE-8814083, 1988-89
Acceleration of Convergence, NASA NSG-3160, 1977-1993
Research in Algebra and Combinatorial Theory, NSF GP-8902, GP-20092, 1968-1973

Professional Service

President, NAMI North Carolina, March 30, 2018 - October 10, 2020  
Editor-in-Chief, Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications, 2000-04  
Member, Illuminations Advisory Committee, September 1, 2002 - April 30, 2004  
Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching, Associate Editor, 1998-2001  
Planning Committee (Chair, Calculus Subcommittee, 1995-97), International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, 1994-2001  
NSF National Advisory Panel for Activity-Based Physics Project, Dickinson College, Tufts Univ, Millerville Univ, Universities of Maryland & Oregon, 1995-2000  
NSF National Advisory Panel for Core-Plus Mathematics Project, Western Michigan University, Ohio State University, Universities of Iowa, Maryland, and Michigan, 1992-2000  
NSF National Advisory Panel for Quality Indicators for Undergraduate Mathematics, Univ of Illinois, Parkland College, & California State Univ at San Marcos, 1997-2000  
NSF National Advisory Panel for CAS-Intensive Mathematics Project, Pennsylvania State University & University of Iowa, 1997-2000  
Planning Committee for Mathfest 2000, Mathematical Association of America, 1999-2000  
Coordinating Council on Meetings, Chair, Mathematical Association of America, 1994-98  
CUPM Subcommittee on Calculus Reform and the First Two Years (Chair, 1996-97), Mathematical Association of America, 1991-97  
Editorial Board, UME Trends, 1991-96  
Software Reviews Editor, UME Trends, 1989-96  
Editorial Board, MAA Notes Series, 1989-93  
Committee on Computers in Mathematics Education (Chair, 1987-90), Mathematical Association of America, 1985-93  
Series Editor in Mathematics, CONDUIT, 1985-90  
Associate Editor, The College Mathematics Journal, 1986-89  
Associate Editor, Mathematics Magazine, 1981-85  
Mathematics Advisory Committee (Chair, 1975-77), CONDUIT, 1972-77  
Selected Recent Invited Talks

How People Learn … Mathematics, 2nd International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics, Hersonissos, Crete , Greece, 1 July 2002  
Using Writing to Develop Mathematical Reasoning, Conference on Improving the Reasoning of College Students, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA, 20 May 2002  
Good and Bad Practice Using Technology in Teaching Calculus, Kansas City, MO, 6 October 2001  
The Mathematical Sciences Digital Library MathDL and its Journal JOMA, Kansas City, MO, 6 October 2001  
Teaching in a Studio Classroom, MAA's Project NExT Meeting, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, 1 August 2001  
Technology in College Calculus, University of Auckland, New Zealand, 6 June 2001  
What Have We Learned about Learning?, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand, 25 May 2001  
What Have We Learned about Learning?, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand, 16 May 2001  
How Does Technology Affect Learning in Calculus?, Orlando, FL, 3 April 2001  
What Have We Learned about Learning?, University of Washington, Seattle, WA, 11 May 2000  
The U.S. Census and Pierre Francois Who?, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL, 20 April 2000  
What Have We Learned about Learning?, Jacksonville University, Jacksonville, FL, 20 April 2000  
On-Line Interactive Mathematics Materials, American Association for the Advancement of Science Annual Meeting, Washington, DC, 21 February 2000  
Mathematics Learning for All: How Can It Be Done?, The Challenge of Diversity: A Symposium on Undergraduate Mathematics, Laguna Quays, Australia, 21 November 1999  
Mathematics Online: The Present and the Future, International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, San Francisco, CA, 5 November 1999  
The Roles and Responsibilities of an Agent of Change, Project Kaleidoscope 10th Anniversary Celebration, University of Maryland, College Park, 22 October 1999  
What Have We Learned about Learning?, Western Michigan University, Kalamazoo, 10 September 1999  
Web-Based Interactive Lab Materials for Sophomore-Level Classes, The Barrett Lectures, University of Tennessee, Knoxville, 1 June 1999  
Calculus Reform: Why, What, Who, Where, When, Missouri Conference on Calculus for the 21st Century, Osage Beach, MO, 8 October 1998  
Renewal in Collegiate Mathematics Education, International Congress of Mathematicians, Berlin, Germany, 25 August 1998  
Professional Affiliations

Associate Professor Emeritus, Duke University, 2003-present
Associate Professor, Duke University, 1968-2002
Visiting Associate Professor, Pennsylvania State University, 1993-94
Visiting Professor, Benedict College, 1984-86
Visiting Associate Professor, Case Western Reserve University, 1975-76
Assistant Professor, Duke University, 1962-68

Publications

Books

  1. David A. Smith, My Life in Essays (March 11, 2021)
  2. David A. Smith and L. C. Moore, Calculus: Modeling and Application, 2nd Ed. (August, 2010), Mathematical Association of America (an online, interactive textbook.)
  3. David A. Smith and L. C. Moore, Calculus: Modeling and Application, Houghton Mifflin Co., Single-Variable Chapters, 1996; Multivariable Chapters, 1997
  4. David A. Smith and L. C. Moore, Mathcad for Windows Laboratory Manual to accompany Calculus: Modeling and Application, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1997
  5. David A. Smith and L. C. Moore, Project CALC Instructor's Guide, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1996
  6. W. H. Barker, David A. Smith, and L. C. Moore, Mathematica Laboratory Manual to accompany Calculus: Modeling and Application, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1996
  7. R. D. Schori, W. H. Barker, David A. Smith, and L. C. Moore, Maple V Laboratory Manual to accompany Calculus: Modeling and Application, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1996
  8. L. D. Blake, David A. Smith, and L. C. Moore, HP-48 Graphing Calculator Laboratory Manual to accompany Calculus: Modeling and Application, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1996
  9. David A. Smith, L. D. Blake, L. C. Moore, and S. Morris, TI-82/85 Graphing Calculator Laboratory Manual to accompany Calculus: Modeling and Application, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1996
  10. P. Lestmann, David A. Smith, and L. C. Moore, Derive Laboratory Manual to accompany Calculus: Modeling and Application, Houghton Mifflin Co., 1996
  11. David A. Smith and L. C. Moore, The Calculus Reader, Parts I, II, and III, Revised Preliminary Edition, D. C. Heath and Co., 1993
  12. David A. Smith and L. C. Moore, MathCAD/Derive Laboratory Manual to accompany The Calculus Reader, Parts I, II, and III, Revised Preliminary Edition, D. C. Heath and Co., 1993
  13. David A. Smith, G. J. Porter, L. C. Leinbach, and R. H. Wenger (eds.), Computing and Mathematics: The Use of Computers in Undergraduate Mathematics Instruction, MAA Notes No. 9, Mathematical Association of America, 1988
  14. David A. Smith, Logical Problem Solving: Logo Microworlds and Student Guide, Self-published, 1986
  15. David A. Smith, Descriptive Models for Perception of Optical Illusions, I and II, UMAP Units 534 and 535, Undergraduate Mathematics and its Applications Project, 1981
  16. David A. Smith, Interface: Calculus and the Computer, Houghton Mifflin Co.,1976; second edition, Saunders College Publishing, 1984
  17. Roy Myers and David A. Smith, SURFACE for the Apple, CONDUIT, 1981
  18. F. J. Murray, R. E. Hodel, M. J. Hodel, T. M. Gallie, R.C. Barr, David A. Smith, and D. A. Smith II, MATHPROGRAM: A Computer Supplement for Calculus, CONDUIT, 1980
  19. David A. Smith, SURFACE: A Graphics Module for Multivariable Calculus, CONDUIT, 1978

Papers Published

  1. Gobert, RD, Editor's Note, Modern Drama, vol. 60 no. 4 (2017), pp. iii-vi, University of Toronto Press
  2. Gobert, RD, Editor's Note, Modern Drama, vol. 60 no. 3 (2017), pp. iii-v, University of Toronto Press
  3. Smith, DA; Fey, JT, Algebra as Part of an Integrated High School Curriculum, in And the Rest is Just Algebra, edited by Stewart, S (October, 2016), pp. 119-129, SPRINGER, ISBN 3319450530
  4. Smith, DA; Tall, D; Piez, C, Technology and Calculus, in Research on Technology and the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics, Volume 1, Research Syntheses, edited by Heid, MK; Blume, GW (Summer, 2008), pp. 207-258, Information Age Publishing, Inc., Charlotte, NC, ISBN 978-1-931576-19-2
  5. Moore, LC; Smith, DA, Changing technology implies changing pedagogy, in A Fresh Start for Collegiate Mathematics: Rethinking the Courses below Calculus, MAA Notes, edited by Nancy Baxter Hastings et al., vol. 69 (January, 2006), pp. 229-234, The Mathematical Association of America, ISBN 9780883851791
  6. Smith, DA, Editor's notes, July 2004, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 4 (July, 2004)
  7. Smith, DA; Moore, LC, Journal of online mathematics and its applications: Raindrops, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 4 (June, 2004)
  8. Smith, D; Moore, L, The Connected Curriculum Project, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 1 no. 3 (December, 2001)
  9. Smith, D; Moore, L; Chuang, JC; Michel, J, The SIR model for spread of disease, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 1 no. 3 (December, 2001)
  10. Lipkin, L; Smith, D; Chuang, JC; Michel, J, Logistic growth model, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 1 no. 3 (December, 2001)
  11. Smith, D; Chuang, JC; Michel, J, World class sprints, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 1 no. 3 (December, 2001)
  12. Smith, DA; Moore, LC; Barker, WH; Schori, RM; Chuang, JC; Michel, J, World population growth, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 1 no. 3 (December, 2001)
  13. Moore, L; Smith, D; Mueller, B; Mayfield, B; Chuang, JC; Michel, J, The equiangular spiral, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 1 no. 3 (December, 2001)
  14. Smith, DA, Editor's notes, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 1 no. 3 (December, 2001)
  15. Smith, DA, Editor's Notes, Journal of Online Mathematics and Its Applications, vol. 1 no. 2 (August, 2001)
  16. Moore, L; Smith, D, Project CALC: Calculus as a laboratory course, Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics), vol. 602 LNCS (January, 1992), pp. 16-20, Springer Berlin Heidelberg, ISBN 9783540555780
  17. Smith, DA; Ford, WF; Sidi, A, EXTRAPOLATION METHODS FOR VECTOR SEQUENCES., Siam Review, vol. 29 no. 2 (January, 1987), pp. 199-233, Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
  18. Sidi, A; Ford, WF; Smith, DA, ACCELERATION OF CONVERGENCE OF VECTOR SEQUENCES., Siam Journal on Numerical Analysis, vol. 23 no. 1 (January, 1986), pp. 178-196, Society for Industrial & Applied Mathematics (SIAM)
  19. Fessler, T; Smith, DA; Ford, F, Algorithm 602: HURRY: An Acceleration Algorithm for Scalar Sequences and Series, Acm Transactions on Mathematical Software, vol. 9 no. 3 (September, 1983), pp. 355-357, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
  20. Fessler, T; Ford, WF; Smith, DA, HURRY: An Acceleration Algorithm for Scalar Sequences and Series, Acm Transactions on Mathematical Software, vol. 9 no. 3 (September, 1983), pp. 346-354, Association for Computing Machinery (ACM)
  21. Sidi, A; Ford, WF; Smith, DA, ACCELERATION OF CONVERGENCE OF VECTOR SEQUENCES., Nasa Technical Paper (January, 1983)
  22. Smith, DA; Ford, WF, Numerical comparisons of nonlinear convergence accelerators, Mathematics of Computation, vol. 38 no. 158 (January, 1982), pp. 481-499, American Mathematical Society (AMS)
  23. Smith, DA, A descriptive model for perception of optical illusions, Journal of Mathematical Psychology, vol. 17 no. 1 (January, 1978), pp. 64-85, Elsevier BV
  24. Smith, DA, Further Comments on “On the Evaluation of [formula omitted] with Applications to 2 Transforms”, Ieee Transactions on Automatic Control, vol. 22 no. 6 (January, 1977), pp. 993
  25. Smith, DA, Bivariate function algebras on Posets, Journal Fur Die Reine Und Angewandte Mathematik, vol. 1971 no. 251 (January, 1971), pp. 100-109, WALTER DE GRUYTER GMBH
  26. Smith, DA, A calculus-with-computer experiment, Educational Studies in Mathematics, vol. 3 no. 1 (September, 1970), pp. 1-11
  27. Smith, DA, Incidence functions as generalized arithmetic functions, iii, Duke Mathematical Journal, vol. 36 no. 2 (January, 1969), pp. 353-367
  28. Smith, DA, Incidence functions as generalized arithmetic functions, II, Duke Mathematical Journal, vol. 36 no. 1 (January, 1969), pp. 15-30
  29. Smith, DA, Incidence function as generalized arithmetic functions I, Duke Mathematical Journal, vol. 34 no. 4 (January, 1967), pp. 617-633
  30. Smith, DA, On semigroups, semirings, and rings of quotients, Hiroshima Mathematical Journal, vol. 30 no. 2 (January, 1966), pp. 123-130
  31. Smith, DA, Chevalleyb ases for lie modules, Transactions of the American Mathematical Society, vol. 115 (January, 1965), pp. 283-299
  32. Smith, DA, On fixed points of automorphisms of classical lie algebras, Pacific Journal of Mathematics, vol. 14 no. 3 (January, 1964), pp. 1079-1089
  33. Jack Bookman, David Malone, Lawrence C. Moore, and David A. Smith, Learning about Online Learning: How Do Students Use Interactive Web-Based Materials?, Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Gail Goodell, ed., Addison-Wesley, 2002, pp. 31-34
  34. David A. Smith, Welcome to JOMA, Journal of Online Mathematics and its Applications, vol. 1, no. 1, January, 2001
  35. David A. Smith, The Active/Interactive Classroom, The Teaching and Learning of Mathematics at University Level: An ICMI Study (Derek Holton, et al., eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 2001, pp. 167-178.
  36. David A. Smith, Renewal in Collegiate Mathematics Education: Learning from Research, Calculus Renewal: Issues for Undergraduate Mathematics Education in the Next Decade (S. Ganter, ed.), Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2000, pp. 23-40.
  37. David A. Smith, Renewal in Collegiate Mathematics Education, Documenta Mathematica, Extra Volume ICM 1998 III, 777-786
  38. David A. Smith, Learning: The Web: Science Magazine Sites, Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 18 (1999), 89-93
  39. David A. Smith, What's significant about a digit?, Proceedings of the Ninth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (G. Goodell, ed.), November 7-10, 1996, Addison-Wesley, 1998
  40. M.R. Colvin, L. C. Moore, W. J. Mueller, David A. Smith, and F. A. Wattenberg, Design, development, and use of web-based interactive instructional materials, Proceedings of the Tenth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (G. Goodell, ed.), November 7-9, 1997, Addison-Wesley, 1999
  41. David A. Smith, Learning: The Web: Learning from Original Texts, Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 17 (1998), 285-288
  42. David A. Smith, Learning: The Web: Learning from a .com Site, Journal of Computers in Mathematics and Science Teaching 17 (1998), 291-293
  43. Lester Coyle, Lang Moore, William Mueller, David A. Smith, et al., Web-Based Learning Materials: Design, Usage, and Resources, Proceedings of the International Conference on the Teaching of Mathematics, 71-73, Wiley, 1998
  44. David A. Smith, Assessment of student learning with an interactive text, Proceedings of the Eighth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (G. Goodell, ed), November 16-19, 1995, Addison-Wesley, 1997
  45. Jack Bookman and David A. Smith, Assessment in a technological age, Proceedings of the Seventh Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, Nov 17-20, 1994; pp 433-437, Addison-Wesley, 1996
  46. David A. Smith, Thinking aobut learning, learning about thinking, Calculus: The Dynamics of Change (A.W. Roberts, ed.) MAA Notes No. 39, pp 31-37, 1996
  47. David A. Smith, Learning Software: Retrospective, UME Trends 7 (6) (Jan., 1996), 6-7
  48. David A. Smith, K. Stroyan, D. Mathews, J. Uhl, and L. Senechal, Learning Software: Computers in Calculus Reform, UME Trends 6 (6) (Jan., 1995), 14-15, 31
  49. David A. Smith, Trends in calculus reform, Preparing for a New Calculus (A. Solow et al., eds.), MAA Notes No. 36, pp. 3-13, 1994
  50. David A. Smith, Opinion: What's better about reformed calculus?, UME Trends 3 (2) (May, 1991), 5-6. Reprinted in You're the Professor, What Next? (B. A. Case, ed.), MAA Notes No. 35, 1994, pp. B-III-48 to B-III-50
  51. David A. Smith and L. C. Moore, Project CALC (Minicourse), pp. 349-355 in Proceedings of the Fifth Annual International Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics (Lewis Lum, ed.), Addison-Wesley, 1994
  52. David A. Smith, Learning Software: Help from Abroad: Maths&Stats, UME Trends 6 (2) (May, 1994), 4-5
  53. David A. Smith, Learning Software: MPP and MPP3D, UME Trends 5 (4) (Sept., 1993), 6-7
  54. David A. Smith, Calculus and Computers, UME Trends 4 (5) (Dec., 1992), 7
  55. David A. Smith, Question for the future: What about the horse?, Proceedings of the St. Olaf College Conference on Symbolic Computer Systems, October, 1989; reprinted in Symbolic Computation in Undergraduate Mathematics Education (Z. Karian, ed.), MAA Notes No. 24, 1992, pp. 1-5
  56. L. C. Moore and David A. Smith, Project CALC: An integrated laboratory course, pp. 81-92 in The Laboratory Approach to Teaching Calculus (L. Carl Leinbach, et al., eds.), MAA Notes No. 20, 1991
  57. David A. Smith, Learning Software: Chaos in the Classroom, UME Trends 3 (2) (May, 1991), 2
  58. David A. Smith, Learning Software: PSL Explorer, UME Trends 2 (6) (Jan., 1991), 2
  59. David A. Smith, Learning Software: GyroGraphics 2.2, UME Trends 2 (4) (Oct., 1990), 2
  60. D. Kraines, V. Kraines, and David A. Smith, Classroom computer capsules, The College Mathematics Journal 20 (1989), 433-438; 21 (1990), 142-145; 21 (1990), 240-241; 21 (1990), 327-329; 21 (1990), 415-419
  61. David A. Smith, Programming in calculus, Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference on Technology in Collegiate Mathematics, November 2-4, 1989, Addison-Wesley, 1990
  62. L. C. Moore and David A. Smith, Project CALC, pp. 51-74 in Priming the Calculus Pump: Innovations and Resources (T. W. Tucker, ed.), MAA Notes No. 17, 1990
  63. G. D. Gopen and David A. Smith, What's an assignment like you doing in a course like this?: Writing to learn mathematics, Chapter 17 in Writing to Learn Mathematics and Science (P. Connally and T. Vilardi, eds.), Teachers College Press, 1989; reprinted in The College Mathematics Journal 21 (1990), 2-19
  64. Warren Page and David A. Smith, Learning Software: Phaser, UME Trends 1 (6) (Jan., 1990), 2
  65. David A. Smith, Learning Software: MicroCalc 4.0, UME Trends 1 (4) (Nov., 1989), 2
  66. David A. Smith, What's significant about a digit?, The College Mathematics Journal 20 (1989), 136-139
  67. David A. Smith, Learning Software: MathCAD 2.0, UME Trends 1 (2) (May, 1989), 2
  68. David A. Smith, A minimalist approach to computer use in calculus, Computing and Mathematics: The Use of Computers in Undergraduate Mathematics Instruction, MAA Notes No. 9, 1988
  69. D. P. Kraines and David A. Smith, A computer in the classroom: The time is right, The College Mathematics Journal 19 (1988), 261-267
  70. R. S. Cunningham and David A. Smith, The compleat mathematics software database, The College Mathematics Journal 19 (1988), 268-289
  71. David A. Smith, Newton's n-th root method without derivatives, The College Mathematics Journal 18 (1987), 403-406
  72. David A. Smith, Logo serendipity in calculus lab, Logo Exchange 5, no. 8 (April, 1987), 16-17
  73. R. S. Cunningham and David A. Smith, A mathematics software database update, The College Mathematics Journal 18 (1987), 242-247
  74. David A. Smith, Students benefit from computer-based learning environments, SIAM News, March, 1986, 4, 16-17
  75. R. S. Cunningham and David A. Smith, A mathematics software database, The College Mathematics Journal 17 (1986), 255-266
  76. David A. Smith, It's Showtime!, Collegiate Microcomputer 4 (1986), 261-268
  77. David A. Smith, Editorial note: Three observations on a theme, Mathematics Magazine 58 (1985), 146
  78. David A. Smith and Jack Bookman, The Electronic Study Guide: Precalculus Algebra, The College Mathematics Journal 16 (1985), 218-221
  79. David A. Smith, Apple II mathematics software, CIMSE Newsletter, November 1984
  80. David A. Smith, Using computer graphics to teach mathematics, Pipeline 7, no. 1, Spring, 1982. pp. 14-17
  81. David A. Smith and W. F. Ford, Numerical comparisons of nonlinear accelerators, Mathematics of Computation 38 (1982), 481-499
  82. David A. Smith, CONDUIT announces new packages in mathematics, CIMSE Newsletter 1, no. 4, February 1982, pp. 5-6
  83. T. M. Gallie, C. H. Lochmuller, S. S. Poss, M. D. Ray, J. O. Rousseau, and David A. Smith, The Duke personal computer project: A strategy for computing literacy, Perspectives in Computing 1 (February, 1981), 4-8
  84. David A. Smith, A seminar in mathematical model building, American Mathematical Monthly 86 (1979), 777-783
  85. David A. Smith and W. F. Ford, Acceleration of linear and logarithmic convergence, SIAM Journal on Numerical Analysis 16 (1979), 223-240
  86. H. L. Dershem and David A. Smith, Mathematics and statistics, Computers in Teaching: 1979 State of the Art Report of Instructional Computing, CONDUIT, 1980
  87. R. C. Barr, T. M. Gallie, Jr., M. J. Hodel, R. E. Hodel, F. J. Murray, and David A. Smith, A general problem solver for mathematics courses, Proceedings of the Ninth Conference on Computers in the Undergraduate Curricula, Denver, 1978, pp. 23-35
  88. David A. Smith, A descriptive model for perception of optical illusions, Journal of Mathematical Psychology 17 (1978), 64-85
  89. David A. Smith, The homicide problem revisited, The Two-Year College Mathematics Journal 9 (1978), 141-145
  90. David A. Smith, An explicit formula for future tenure ratios, AAUP Bulletin 64 (1978), 126-127
  91. David A. Smith, Inexpensive computer graphing of surfaces, Mathematics Magazine 50 (1977), 143-147
  92. G.-C. Rota and David A. Smith, Enumeration under group action, Annali della Scuola Normale Superiore di Pisa, Classe di Scienze, Serie IV, 4 (1977), 637-646
  93. David A. Smith, Human population growth: Stability or explosion?, Mathematics Magazine 50 (1977), 186-197
  94. David A. Smith, Computer correction of optical illusions, Creative Computing 3, No. 5 (Sep.-Oct., 1977), 123-125
  95. David A. Smith, Further comments on "On the evaluation of the sum of naxn with applications to Z transforms", IEEE Transactions on Automatic Control AC22 (1977), 993
  96. David A. Smith, CONDUIT: An information pipeline, Mathematics News, Houghton Mifflin, Jan., 1977
  97. David A. Smith, H. L. Dershem, D. McLaughlin, and A. Ziebur, Computers in teaching mathematics, Computers in Undergraduate Teaching: 1977 CONDUIT State of the Art Reports in Selected Disciplines, CONDUIT, 1977, pp. 147-180
  98. David A. Smith, Numerical differentiation for calculus students, American Mathematical Monthly 82 (1975), 284-287
  99. David A. Smith, Case study: Duke University, pp. 7-8 in Calculus and Computing (S. J. Garland, ed.), American Mathematical Society, 1975
  100. G.-C. Rota and David A. Smith, Fluctuation theory and Baxter algebra, Symposia Mathematica 9 (1972), 179-201
  101. David A. Smith, Generalized arithmetic function algebras, The Theory of Arithmetic Functions, Lecture Notes in Mathematics 251, Springer-Verlag, 1972, 205-245
  102. David A. Smith, Multiplication operators on incidence algebras, Indiana University Journal of Mathematics 20 (1970), 369-383
  103. David A. Smith, Incidence functions as generalized arithmetic functions II, Duke Mathematical Journal 36 (1969), 15-30
  104. David A. Smith, Incidence functions as generalized arithmetic functions III, Duke Mathematical Journal 36 (1969), 353-368
  105. David A. Smith and A. Giovannini, On algebraic structures associated with the 3-j and 6-j symbols, Spectroscopic and Group Theoretical Methods in Physics (F. Bloch, et al., eds.), Racah Memorial Volume, North-Holland Publishing Co., 1968, pp. 87-97
  106. David A. Smith, Circularly generated abelian groups, Fibonacci Quarterly 6 (1968), 36-45
  107. David A. Smith, On the construction of a distributive lattice from a partially ordered set with DCC, Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae 9 (l968), 515-525
  108. David A. Smith, Incidence functions as generalized arithmetic functions I, Duke Mathematical Journal 34 (1967), 617-634
  109. David A. Smith, The real roots of the equation (x - 1)k = xk-1, American Mathematical Monthly 73 (1966), 754-757
  110. David A. Smith, A basis algorithm for finitely generated abelian groups, Mathematical Algorithms 1 (1966), 13-26

Preprints

  1. David A. Smith, Technology transitions in college calculus, Proceedings of the Technology Transitions Calculus Conference (J. Harvey, ed) October 9-12, 1997, MAA Notes series , preprint 1998
  2. David A. Smith, L. C. Moore, and J. Goebel, A computer lab for calculus , preprint 1989
  3. David A. Smith, D. Kraines, and V. Kraines, Software in the classroom: The time is right , preprint 1989
  4. David A. Smith, Symbolic computation without a computer algebra system , preprint 1988
  5. David A. Smith, The role of the computer in calculus reform , preprint 1988
  6. David A. Smith, Alternate solutions to educational problems , preprint 1986
  7. David A. Smith, A modest experiment in mathematics education , preprint 1985
  8. David A. Smith, A geometric proof of the sum-of-cubes formula , preprint 1980
  9. David A. Smith and W. F. Ford, On the Cabay-Jackson-Mešina algorithm , preprint 1979
  10. David A. Smith and W. F. Ford, Nonlinear acceleration of linear convergence , preprint 1978
  11. David A. Smith and W. F. Ford, Transformation of divergent series by convergence accelerators , preprint 1978
  12. David A. Smith, Computer calculus without programming , preprint 1975
  13. David A. Smith, The number of 4 by 4 magic squares , preprint 1970
  14. David A. Smith, Baxter algebras, partition lattices, and Polya theory , preprint 1969

Book Reviews

  1. David A. Smith and L. C. Moore, Review of Toward a Lean and Lively Calculus (R. G. Douglas, ed.), The College Mathematics Journal 18 (1987), 439-442
  2. David A. Smith, Apple Logo: The Book, Collegiate Microcomputer 4 (1986) 345-351, 381

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