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  1. Sara Billey
    Sara Billey researches combinatorics, algebra, Lie theory, algebraic geometry and probability. Her papers on these topics may be downloaded in PostScript or gzipped PostScript format. The syllabi and problem sets for her undergraduate courses, i.e. ...more>>

  2. Sarah Glaz
    Teaching, research, books, and articles by the algebraist, ring theorist, and poet. See, in particular, the math poems of undergraduate students and Glaz's own poetry, which includes "Mathematical Modeling," "A Pantoum for the Power of Theorems," "I am ...more>>

  3. sarah-marie belcastro's home page - Sarah-Marie Belcastro
    From one of the authors of Making Mathematics with Needlework: "I seem to have become a topological graph theorist while I wasn't looking. I am also interested in convex and combinatorial geometry, algebraic geometry, topology, algebra, the geometry of ...more>>

  4. Savard Software
    Windows shareware and freeware, including Master Converter (which converts over 580 units in more than 30 categories, with the ability to add your own units and categories) as well as a program launcher and various desktop utilities. ...more>>

  5. sbParser-SDK 3.6 for Win32 - Joerg Koenning
    A program that provides an easy way to create an sbParser object that can solve mathematical functions of any length. You can declare up to 24 variables (6 with the ActiveX-control) that can be defined and redefined, which is useful for fast calculations, ...more>>

  6. Scales of Measurement - Niel Brandt
    An extensive list of physical and mathematical events and objects in ascending values and orders of magnitude. ...more>>

  7. Scheduling Random Walks - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Among networked computers, some sort of software scheduler must regulate data flow, but proving that a given scheduler not only prevents conflicts but also performs its duties efficiently can be surprisingly difficult. Computer scientists have found that ...more>>

  8. Scholarly Societies Project - Mathematics - University of Waterloo Electronic Library
    A subject page created by compilers at the University of Waterloo Library to facilitate access to websites maintained by or for more than 80 scholarly mathematics societies across the world: an alphabetical list by society name, followed by its acronym. ...more>>

  9. SchoolsIntheUSA.com - The EI Group
    Request free information and application packages from undergraduate programs; compare select colleges based on tuition, location, size of student body, and other criteria; search databases of career profiles and state scholarships; find articles on financial ...more>>

  10. School-to-Work (STW) - National STW Learning and Information Center
    A system to prepare youth for the high wage, high skill careers of today's and tomorrow's global economy. Using federal seed money, States and their partnerships design the school-to-work system that makes the most sense for them. There is no single model. ...more>>

  11. Schroedinger's Cash Register - Oliver Baker - Science News Online
    A discussion of the application of physics (particle physics, quantum theory, and statistical mechanics) to finance theory, with econophysicists attempting to break ground in Wall Street, and the possible underlying mathematical structure of market behavior. ...more>>

  12. Science Access Project - Oregon State University
    A group dedicated to developing methods for making science, math, and engineering information accessible to people with print disabilities. Includes braille representations of mathematical notation, and other resources for blind students. ...more>>

  13. Science and Engineering Visualization Challenge - Science and the National Science Foundation (NSF)
    The annual Science & Engineering Visualization Challenge encourages cutting-edge efforts to visualize scientific data. Co-sponsors Science Magazine and the National Science Foundation (NSF) select winners in each of five categories: photographs, illustrations, ...more>>

  14. Science and Mathematics: Using TI Calculators - ThinkQuest 1997
    Covering TI-81, -82, -83, -85, and -92, links to TI's lists of programs available with each calculator, and a buyer's guide for each machine with comparisons between models. The site includes Internet links and contact information for its authors. ...more>>

  15. Science and Math HyperArchives - MIT Laboratory for Computer Science
    This mirror of the Info-Mac HyperArchives offers an extensive list of downloadable science and mathematics software for the Macintosh, with abstracts. May be sorted alphabetically or by date, or searched. ...more>>

  16. Science and More - PublicLiterature.org
    This site has a section on applied mathematics educational resources. Topics include projectile motion, differential equation solving, collisions, unit conversion, and prime number generation. Most software is open source. ...more>>

  17. Science Daily: Research Shows Homework Does Boost Academic Achievement; but Overemphasizing Grades and Performance May Lead to Cheating - American Psychological Association
    This article, from the ScienceDaily Magazine site, describes an investigation into the effect of homework and grade emphasis on academic achievement of students and self-reported rates of cheating. ...more>>

  18. Science Fairs - Chris Gould; World-Wide Web Virtual Library
    An attempt to provide a single comprehensive list of every science fair accessible through the World Wide Web, whether of global or local scope. Many of the links on this page lead to descriptions/abstracts of math projects entered in such fairs. Categories ...more>>

  19. ScienceMakers Video Archive - The HistoryMakers®
    Thousands of stories from life oral history interviews of dozens of contemporary African Americans at the forefront of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM): Shirley Ann Jackson, chairman of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) and president ...more>>

  20. Science, Math, and Engineering Career Resources (PhDs.Org) - Geoff Davis; Dartmouth College
    Information for scientists and would-be scientists at all levels, from high school students through Nobel laureates. Finding Employment; Required Reading (articles on the current job market problems for Ph.D.s; Postdocs; Graduate School; Career Information; ...more>>

  21. Science Online - American Association for the Advancement of Science
    Searchable Web version of the global weekly research publication, with searchable full text, daily news, Science's Next Wave (Free access: News, forums, columns on career development in science), Science Careers, Electronic Marketplace, and administrative ...more>>

  22. Sciences exactes / Mathématiques - Encyclopédie Hachette Multimédia En Ligne
    Recherche Mathématiques par thème: Mathématiciens et logiciens; Mathématiques générales; Logique; Algèbre; Topologie; Analyse; Géométrie; Cinématique; Statistiques; Probabilités; ...more>>

  23. Science vs Magic - Nico Disseldorp
    JavaScript by Disseldorp, who "likes it when simplicity makes complexity": tessellation kit, for kaleidoscopic drawing; fractal machine, for investigating seven axes of self similarity; logic grid, for exploring recursion; and elementary cellular automata. ...more>>

  24. Scientific American
    The online version of the technology magazine, with interlinked articles, interviews with scientists, Ask the Experts, and Explorations, guided tours across the Web of recent technological developments. An archive of past articles is included. ...more>>

  25. Scientific and Statistical Computing (Stat/Biostat 534) - Werner Stuetzle; University of Washington
    Information for a course: includes the course announcement and syllabus, a description of the qualifying examination, a programming project, homework problem sets, and slides. ...more>>

  26. Scientific Applications of Linux - Herng-Jeng Jou and Kachina Technologies, Inc.
    SAL (Scientific Applications on Linux) is a collection of information and links to software for scientists and engineers. Math categories include computer algebra systems, array-oriented and linear algebra systems, statistics, and number theory. Numerical ...more>>

  27. Scientific Applications on Linux (SAL) - Kachina Technologies, Inc.
    A collection of information and links to software of interest to scientists and engineers. The broad coverage of Linux applications also benefits the whole Linux/Unix community. See, in particular, Mathematics. ...more>>

  28. Scientific Computing
    News and comments on scientific software including Matlab, Minitab, Maple products, Mathematica, etc. ...more>>

  29. Scientific Computing & Automation Online
    The scientific and technical community's source for new technology. A searchable site with a new product database, a buyers' guide online, and a database of in-depth application and technical notes; also a library of archived feature articles and departments, ...more>>

  30. Scientific Graphics Project - MSRI - David Hoffman; Mathematical Sciences Research Institute
    A geometry catalogue of Minimal Surfaces (The Gauss Map, The Weierstrass Formula, Conformal Mapping, Stereographic Projection, and an extensive Minimal Surfaces Index); CMC Surfaces; Level Surfaces (Level Sets Approximating Minimal Surfaces, Curvature ...more>>

  31. Scientific Letter - mailer with formulas - Scientific Networks Software
    Mail software that allows users to create messages with complex mathematical formulas. The equation editor used in the mailer allows users to create complex equations swiftly and to see formulas in their usual form. Addressees of letters from Scientific ...more>>

  32. Scientific Notebook - MacKichan Software, Inc.
    Use Scientific Notebook to create documents with text, mathematics, and graphics. Do free-form, natural editing of mathematics within expressions and text. Solve problems with the built-in version of the Maple computer algebra system. Import expressions ...more>>

  33. Scientist Cards - All Too Flat
    Trading cards, humorously based on Topps and Fleer baseball cards, list the writing preference, dominant cortex, university, and key contributions of Richard Feynman, James Clerk Maxwell, Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, Claude Shannon, Leonhard Euler, ...more>>

  34. sci.fractals FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) - Shirriff, Stepp
    A archived FAQ from sci.fractals, a Usenet newsgroup about fractals; mathematics, and software, aimed at being a reference about fractals, including answers to commonly asked questions, archive listings of fractal software, images, papers that can be ...more>>

  35. sci.fractals FAQ - Taylor, Louvet
    A FAQ posted monthly to sci.fractals, a Usenet newsgroup about fractals, mathematics, and software, aimed at being a reference about fractals, including answers to commonly asked questions, archive listings of fractal software, images, and papers that ...more>>

  36. SCILAB - Gilberto E. Urroz
    Documents and links for applications of SCILAB, a free, matrix-based, numerical environment, in numerical analysis and statistical calculations. ...more>>

  37. SciLetter.com - Scientific Networks Software, Ltd.
    An equation editor e-mail program developed mathematical correspondence. See screenshots, download a demo, and purchase. ...more>>

  38. sci.math - Math Forum
    A very active unmoderated discussion group focused on general and advanced mathematics. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. ...more>>

  39. sci.math.num-analysis - Math Forum
    A discussion group for subject matter concerning numerical analysis. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. ...more>>

  40. sci.math.symbolic - Math Forum
    An unmoderated discussion group for symbolic mathematics packages. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. Conversations in this group overlap to some extent with the Matlab and Mathematica discussion groups, but it ...more>>

  41. sci.nonlinear FAQ - James D. Meiss
    The Frequently Asked Questions document for the newsgroup sci.nonlinear. Basic Theory, Applications and Advanced Theory; Learn More; Computational Resources. Nonlinear systems have been shown to exhibit surprising and complex effects that would never ...more>>

  42. Sci-Philately: A Selective History of Science on Stamps - Maiken Naylor; Science and Engineering Library, Univ. at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY
    Stamps from the personal collection of the author, Maiken Naylor, in the following categories: Astronomy and Cosmology; Instruments and Measurements; Mathematics and Computation; Chemistry; Evolution and the Fossil Record; Biology; Heredity and the Genetic ...more>>

  43. Scirus - Elsevier
    A search engine that searches only those web sites containing scientific content, such as university web sites and author homepages, as well as the ScienceDirect database of scientific information resources drawn from thousands of journals and books. ...more>>

  44. sci.stat.edu - Math Forum
    An unmoderated newsgroup focused on statistics education. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. Also available at http://lists.psu.edu/cgi-bin/wa?SUBED1=edstat-l&A=1. ...more>>

  45. sci.stat.math - Math Forum
    An unmoderated discussion group for statistics, largely at the college or research level. Read and search archived messages; and register to post to the discussions. ...more>>

  46. Scott Kim, Puzzle Master
    A puzzle and graphic design creator, Scott Kim offers links to his online puzzles, a gallery of inversions (or ambigrams, words or names written so they read in more than one way--some read upside down, some flip in a mirror, some read as two different ...more>>

  47. Scout Report Signpost: QA - Mathematics - Internet Scout Project
    A selected set of math-related Internet resources chosen by the editorial staff of the Scout Report. Resources are cataloged, classified, and arranged using existing taxonomies such as the Library of Congress Classification Scheme and the Library of Congress ...more>>

  48. Scrambled Grids - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    The so-called baker's map, or transformation, in dynamical systems theory. One special case: Start with a square. Stretch it to twice its original length while making it half as wide. Cut the result in half, and stack one half on top of the other to ...more>>

  49. Sculpture Generator - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    "Judging what a sculpture will look like after it is finished can present many difficulties for an artist just beginning a piece... Computer scientist Carlo Séquin of the University of California, Berkeley, specializes in the computer-assisted ...more>>

  50. The Seaborg Center - C. Wozniak, Northern Michigan University
    The Glenn T. Seaborg Center for Teaching & Learning Science and Mathematics reflects Seaborg's belief that, in today's world, each citizen must have a solid base in the understanding of and appreciation for scientific concepts and the technology to ...more>>

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