An Interactive Geometry Software. Besides support for dynamic geometry, Cinderella.2 has many features that broaden the scope of the program to a wide variety of interaction scenarios. Compared to the old version of the program, two completely new parts were added: CindyLab, an environment for doing interactive physical experiments, and CindyScript, a high-level programming language that allows for fast, flexible and freely programmable interaction scenarios. Although each of the three parts of the program (geometry, physical simulation and scripting) can be used in a standalone manner, the programm unleashes its full power when all three parts are used in combination. They are designed to interact very smoothly. Computer algebra system (CAS). Education.

This software is also referenced in ORMS.

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  1. Quaresma, Pedro: Automated deduction and knowledge management in geometry (2020)
  2. Quaresma, Pedro; Santos, Vanda; Graziani, Pierluigi; Baeta, Nuno: Taxonomies of geometric problems (2020)
  3. Selaković, Milica; Marinković, Vesna; Janičić, Predrag: New dynamics in dynamic geometry: dragging constructed points (2020)
  4. Strobel, Michael: Non-standard analysis in dynamic geometry (2020)
  5. Takato, Setsuo; Vallejo, José A.: Using Oshima splines to produce accurate numerical results and high quality graphical output (2020)
  6. Todd, Philip: A symbolic dynamic geometry system using the analytical geometry method (2020)
  7. Botana, Francisco; Recio, Tomás: A proposal for the automatic computation of envelopes of families of plane curves (2019)
  8. Tabachnikov, Serge: Projective configuration theorems: old wine into new wineskins (2019)
  9. Noda, Takeo; Kaneko, Masataka: Collaborative use of mathematical content generated by CindyJS on tablets (2018)
  10. Meskens, Ad; Tytgat, Paul: Exploring classical Greek construction problems with interactive geometry software (2017)
  11. Quaresma, Pedro: Towards an intelligent and dynamic geometry book (2017)
  12. Tabachnikov, Serge: Polynomials as polygons (2017)
  13. Toth, Csaba D. (ed.); Goodman, Jacob E. (ed.); O’Rourke, Joseph (ed.): Handbook of discrete and computational geometry (2017)
  14. Elschenbroich, Hans-Jürgen: Illustrative approaches to calculus with old and new tools (2016) MathEduc
  15. Engel, Joachim; Fest, Andreas: Complex numbers and plane geometry. (2016)
  16. Hamaguchi, Naoki; Takato, Setsuo: Generating data for 3D models (2016)
  17. Joswig, Michael; Mehner, Milan; Sechelmann, Stefan; Techter, Jan; Bobenko, Alexander I.: DGD Gallery: storage, sharing, and publication of digital research data (2016)
  18. Kaneko, Masataka: The actual use of KeTCindy in education (2016)
  19. Kobayashi, Shigeki; Takato, Setsuo: Cooperation of KeTCindy and computer algebra system (2016)
  20. Montag, Aaron; Richter-Gebert, Jürgen: CindyGL: authoring GPU-based interactive mathematical content (2016)

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