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  1. Soliton Lab Art Gallery - Kanehisa Takasaki, Takasaki Lab, Kyoto University
    The site contains a soliton-lab as well as links to mathematics galleries. The special exhibition section contains links to related sites from around the world while the permanent exhibition section is an explanation of solitons with more links to other ...more>>

  2. Solomon Papers - Sorin Solomon
    Links to papers on microscopic representation of stock markets, and some papers on clusters and multiscale, artificial creativity and novelty emergence, Vision, psychophysics, and cognitive development, Sand piles, and Lattice QCD. ...more>>

  3. Solutions to Heinemann AS/A Level text books - George Ierotheou
    To provide ample examples of how to apply the key methods and techniques used at AS/A level. ...more>>

  4. Solve Equations by Successive Approximations in Your Spreadsheet - P. Russell
    Approximation formulae to compute real and complex solutions of equations in a spreadsheet. The site includes an introduction to slope and derivatives. ...more>>

  5. Solve My Math - Solvemymath
    Online math integrals calculator, derivative calculator, function grapher, math formulas and facts, math quizzes and puzzles. ...more>>

  6. The solving of Fermat's Last Theorem - Karl Rubin; Ohio State University Distinguished Lecture
    Slides for a talk that tells the story of Fermat's Last Theorem for a general audience, including the history of the problem, the story of Andrew Wiles' solution and the excitement surrounding it, and some of the many ideas used in Wiles' proof. ...more>>

  7. Solving Rubik's Cube - David Lee Winston Miller
    A "best-fast" Arity Prolog program and demonstration of an efficient heuristic search method to solve Rubik's Cube. Examine the cube's topography (its flat layout) and "submachines." Documentation includes "Understanding the problem," "Why this approach ...more>>

  8. Solving the Quintic by Iteration [PDF] - Peter Doyle, Curt McMullen
    This paper, which appeared in Acta Mathematica, gives explicitly a new solution to the quintic polynomial, in which the transcendental inversion of the icosahedral map (due to Hermite and Kronecker) is replaced by a purely iterative algorithm. The algorithm ...more>>

  9. Solving the Quintic with Mathematica - Wolfram, Inc.
    Solving the Quintic - The impossibility of solving general quintics in radicals, Tschirnhaus's transformation, Klein's approach to the quintic, Solutions based on series, Solutions based on differential equations, Equations of higher degree. Steps to ...more>>

  10. The Soma Cube Puzzle - Modvix
    Purchase the Soma Cube. Piet Hein, a Danish poet and inventor, visualized the set of all irregular shapes formed by no more than 4 cubes, each of the same size, and realized that the seven simplest irregular combinations of cubes can form a larger Soma ...more>>

  11. Some disasters attributable to bad numerical computing - Douglas N. Arnold; Institute for Mathematics and its Applications
    Real life examples of what can happen when numerical algorithms are not correctly applied: The Patriot Missile failure (rounding errors); The explosion of the Ariane 5 rocket (a simple overflow); The sinking of the Sleipner A offshore platform (inaccurate ...more>>

  12. Some Interesting references about LLL - François Koeune
    Papers on the LLL algorithm and its applications, divided into: Understanding LLL; LLL as a Tool; Lattice-based Cryptosystems; Refinements and Variants of LLL; and Interesting links. ...more>>

  13. Some Materials for Discrete Mathematics - E. Lee Lady, University of Hawaii
    Files in PDF, DVI, and Postscript format. Contents include: an algorithm for solving linear Diophantine equations, the Chinese remainder theorem, mathematical induction and recursive algorithms, Change of base to Cantor representation, Dijkstra's algorithm ...more>>

  14. Some Materials for the Graduate Algebra Course - E. Lee Lady; University of Hawaii
    Syllabus, course notes, and various proofs, in PDF, PostScript and dvi format. The course assumes that students know about groups, rings, and vector spaces, and covers all the topics in algebra commonly used by analysts and topologists, such as commutative ...more>>

  15. Some Mathematical Works of the 17th & 18th Centuries - Ian Bruce
    This website has a number of books in PDF format translated from Latin, as well as papers by Euler, Bernoulli, etc. The books translated include Briggs' Arithmetica Logarithmica, Trigonometria Britannica, Gregory's Optica Promota, Harriot's Praxis, and ...more>>

  16. Some Planar Isospectral Domains - Buser, Conway, Doyle, Semmler
    A paper on isospectral pairs of plane domains, and a particularly simple method of proving isospectrality. One example is a pair of domains that are not only isospectral but homophonic, showing that one really can't hear the shape of a drum. With a gallery ...more>>

  17. Some Problems in Matroid Theory - Thomas Zaslavsky
    Sources of problems compiled by Zaslavsky, and problems he's found interesting: Bonin's Projective Bound; Maximum r-Flat; Covering And Packing by Flats. For general sources of information on matroid theory, see Matroid Miscellany. ...more>>

  18. Some Problems & Puzzles - Nancy Casey
    Problems inspired by math books (Instant insanity; Penrose rhombs) and friends Larry Copes and Mike Fellows (Bike-Ped, Idaho - also known as Muddy City). ...more>>

  19. Some Psychological Aspects of Developing Computer Based Instruction in Undergraduate Advanced Mathematics - Mikhail Bouniaev
    A summary of a presentation given at the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 10-13, 1996, Orlando, Florida. The paper deals with research on teaching advanced math using theory of stage-by-stage development of actions. Since this theory is not very well ...more>>

  20. Some Solid (Three-dimensional) Geometrical Facts about the Golden Section - Ron Knott
    Phi and three-dimensional geometry - Dice Shapes; Coordinates and other statistics of the 5 Platonic Solids; The Greeks and the platonic solids; Quasicrystals and Phi; Footnotes on Plato and Euclid, and on shapes for fair dice. ...more>>

  21. Some Things I've Written - Jennifer Gutbezahl
    Research from the author's doctoral studies in social psychology. Gutbezahl's dissertation focused on how attributions for success and failure in mathematics affect how well students do in math class: "How Negative Expectancies and Attitudes Undermine ...more>>

  22. Some Thoughts on Measurement - Harold Brochmann
    All measurements inherently have limited precision; it isn't sensible to give credence to measurements if you are dealing with a piece of ordinary paper and an ordinary wooden or plastic ruler, no matter how careful the person measuring has been. This ...more>>

  23. Some (Unsolved) Mathematical Problems - Jörg Winkelmann
    A collection of some analysis questions the author encountered in the context of his own research. ...more>>

  24. Some Variations on the Theme of Polyominos - Recmath
    Patterns that illustrate how the squares of polyominos are connected to each other. Examples of polyominos with a grid superimposed to illustrate the individual squares; with a line that joins the mid-point of two adjacent square if the squares are connected. ...more>>

  25. Sommer Cube - Michael Sommer
    The faces of the modular Sommer Cube (S3) feed into twisted conduits that comprise a three-dimensional, tunnelling maze. The website provides example arrangements and construction questions such as "Given that a ball must exit at the lowest S3 level and ...more>>

  26. A Song About Pi - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    A short biography of Irving Kaplansky, Director Emeritus of the Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI) in Berkeley, CA, and his analysis of the structure of complex songs. ...more>>

  27. sortedsums - D. J. Bernstein
    A collection of tools for enumerating small solutions to certain types of Diophantine equations. Includes links to the latest published sortedsums package, and to a paper explaining the algorithms used. ...more>>

  28. S.O.S. Mathematics - Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Univ. of Texas at El Paso
    Internet courses/tutorials to help students do homework, prepare for a test, or get ready for a class. The material presented here reviews the most important results, techniques and formulas in college and pre-college mathematics. The learning units are ...more>>

  29. The Source of UK Facts and Figures - Government Statistical Service, Office for National Statistics, UK
    The information you need to access UK statistics. Links to: The Campion Fellowship in Official Statistics; Population Trends 98 - reference and report tables; Quarterly Civil Service Staff in Post; UK in Figures 1999; Scottish Statistics Publications; ...more>>

  30. Source Panel Integrals / Java Matrix Solver - Marc Gerritsma, Jamie Grier
    The source panel integrals Javascript can be used to calculate the integrals and the matrix elements of the source panel method (see sec 3.17 of Fundamentals of Aerodynamics, 2nd edition, by J.D. Anderson, jr.). The Java matrix solver can be used to solve ...more>>

  31. Southeast Applied Analysis Center (SAAC) - School of Mathematics, Georgia Tech
    A centralized location to coordinate activities in applied analysis in the Southeastern United States, fostering academic research, applied mathematical research in industrial settings, and educational innovations. The present departmental strengths ...more>>

  32. Southwest Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics - Ioannis Argyros, Editor-in-Chief
    The Southwest Journal of Pure and Applied Mathematics (SWJPAM) is an electronic journal devoted to all aspects of pure and applied mathematics, and related topics. Electronic issues date back to 1995, and are available for download in postscript, compressed ...more>>

  33. Space Science and Engineering Center (SSEC) Visualization Project - Bill Hibbard
    The SSEC Visualization Project makes the Vis5D and VisAD systems freely available over the Internet. Vis5D provides interactive visualization of the output of numerical simulations of the Earth's atmosphere and oceans. VisAD enables scientists to interactively ...more>>

  34. SpaceTime - Chris and Stephen DeSalvo
    SpaceTime develops mathematics software for personal digital assistants (PDAs) and other mobile devices such as Pocket PCs, Palm Pilots, and smartphones. Play JavaScript and Flash games in the arcade: ArithmeTick, Math Scramble, Math Mountain, Snake, ...more>>

  35. Space Time Travel - Ute Kraus and Corvin Zahn (Theoretische Astrophysik Tübingen)
    Black holes and travel at nearly the speed of light: Visualization of the theory of relativity. Online papers, images, movies and paper models. English version of the German site. ...more>>

  36. Spanky Fractal Database - Noel Giffin
    A collection of fractals and fractal-related material for free distribution on the net. Most of the software has been gathered from various ftp sites on the Internet and is freeware or shareware. Contents: An index of Fractal material; General information; ...more>>

  37. Spatialised Prisoner's Dilemma: Evolution Simulator - Wayne Davis
    Spatialised version of the Iterated Prisoner's Dilemma game theory that allows the users to set their own strategies and simulate evolution of strategies: Coded in Javascript by Wayne Davis. ...more>>

  38. Speakeasy - Speakeasy Computing Corporation
    A user-friendly computational software package that enables novice and experienced users to solve real-world problems. An intuitive computational language provides a natural way to communicate with your computer. ...more>>

  39. Speaking of Mathematics (Computing Science) - Brian Hayes, American Scientist
    An article about AsTeR (Audio System For Technical Readings), a computing system for rendering technical documents in audio. ...more>>

  40. Special Functions - D. Lozier; Applied and Computational Math Division, NIST
    This area of numerical computation has the property that input to its software is of small dimension, so high-accuracy reference software that produces test data with guaranteed error bounds is feasible. Library developers need illustrations of anomalous ...more>>

  41. Special Functions in Wolfram|Alpha - Michael Trott
    Special functions describe a large number of phenomena in mathematical physics and other disciplines. Michael Trott posts here about Wolfram|Alpha's treatment of these functions. In particular, there are some with two forms: a simpler version that makes ...more>>

  42. Special Interest Groups: American Educational Research Association (AERA) - College of Education, Arizona State University
    Index and complete list of AERA SIGs, which provide a forum within AERA for the involvement of individuals drawn together by a common interest in a field of study, teaching, or research when the existing divisional structure may not directly facilitate ...more>>

  43. Special Relativity - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay describing the history of special relativity from Newton's laws through Lorentz and Einstein, with 12 references (books/articles). ...more>>

  44. Special Relativity Theory Made Intuitive - Sylvain Poirier
    A paper. The author describes it: "Presentation of the deep mathematical concepts of Special Relativity theory, written like a philosophical analysis with few formulas, and based on a transfer of the Euclidean geometry tools and intuition to the pseudo-Euclidean ...more>>

  45. Spherical Geometry Demo - John M Sullivan, University of Illinois
    An applet demonstrating several features of spherical geometry, among them the parallel transport of tangent vectors, and the fact that the angles of triangles may not sum to 180 degrees. ...more>>

  46. Spidron System - Daniel Erdely
    Erdely calls a planar, plane-filling object a Spidron. Upon three-dimensional deformation subject to specific constraints, the planar system generates a regular, dynamic, geometrical construction. Erdely's experiments have led to the idea of creating ...more>>

  47. SPIMSOW: Swarthmore Summer Project for the Implementation of Mathematical Software on the Web - Bouttenot, Parlikar; Mathematics & Statistics Dept., Swarthmore College & Math Forum
    The product of a 1998 summer project investigating current Web-oriented mathematical software. The site explores the capabilities of the new Web versions of Mathematica, Maple, and MathView, offering tutorials on configuring the software and creating ...more>>

  48. Spinning to a Rolling Stop - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    The underlying mathematics of spinning disks. Spin a coin on a tabletop. As it loses energy and tips toward the surface, the coin begins to roll on its rim, wobbling faster and faster. Toward the end, the coin generates a characteristic rattling sound ...more>>

  49. Spinozistic Calculus - Joseph B. Yesselman
    Spinoza's Insights expressed in a Calculus format. ...more>>

  50. Spirals of Primes - Bryan Clair, University of Chicago
    This page will generate a spiral of numbers, with the primes marked as stars, and the composites as dots. The center of the spiral is marked with an 'X'. Specify the number at the center of the spiral below, and the width (and therefore also the height) ...more>>

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