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  1. The Crypto Drop Box of the American Cryptogram Association - Jerry Metzger
    The American Cryptogram Association (ACA) is a nonprofit volunteer organization devoted to disseminating cryptographic knowledge. Members make up and solve their own creations strictly for the fun of it. Every two months, the ACA journal, The Cryptogram, ...more>>

  2. A Cryptographic Compendium - John Savard
    A book about cryptography with information about a large number of cipher systems and a limited coverage of cryptanalysis. It is mostly concerned with the various kinds of ciphers people have used and only mentions a few things about breaking ciphers. ...more>>

  3. Cryptography A-Z - SSH Communications Security
    An introduction to the basics of cryptography: Basic Terminology; Basic Cryptographic Algorithms; Digital Signatures; Cryptographic Hash Functions; Cryptographic Random Number Generators; Strength of Cryptographic Algorithms; Cryptanalysis and Attacks ...more>>

  4. Cryptography - Corey Reed
    An introduction to cryptography, in particular affine enciphering applied to the alphabet, focusing on the use of linear algebra. Includes a primer on bases and modulus algebra and extensions for deciphering an affine enciphered message, using keys to ...more>>

  5. Cryptonomicon.Net - Matthew S. Hamrick; PhP-Nuke
    A community portal site for amateurs and professionals with an interest in cryptography. The site has some original content and news stories, but the Web links section (with over 1100 links to crypto and security related sites) is most interesting. ...more>>

  6. Crystallographic Topology - Johnson, Burnett, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
    The Topology of Crystallographic Groups and Simple Crystal Structures. A tutorial on some applications of Geometric Topology to Crystallography. The topology of crystallographic groups is approached using orbifolds, and that of simple crystal structures ...more>>

  7. CrystalMaker
    A Macintosh program to display and manipulate all kinds of crystal structures. Using the free companion program, CrystalDiffract, CrystalMaker files can be used to generate x-ray and neutron powder diffraction patterns. Main features: In "Photo-Colour" ...more>>

  8. CS22: Discrete Math - Brown University
    An introduction to discrete math with a focus on proof, logic, proof by induction, cryptography and networks of processors: lessons, homework, solutions, and information. "Discrete mathematics" refers to the distinction between discrete sets (for example, ...more>>

  9. CS Bits & Bytes - The National Science Foundation
    CS Bits & Bytes highlights innovative computer science research, often at the intersection with other disciplines, and includes profiles of the individuals in the field, links for further exploration, and interactive activities. Past issues of the ...more>>

  10. C++ Simulator of a Post Machine - Alex Vinokur
    The program simulates Deterministic and Nondeterministic Multitape Post Machine. The following demo Post machines are demonstrated with using the C++ Simulator: an addition of one to a number (Deterministic, 1 tape), an addition of two numbers (Deterministic, ...more>>

  11. C++ Simulator of a Turing Machine - Alex Vinokur
    A program that simulates the deterministic and nondeterministic multitape Turing Machine. The following demo Turing machines are demonstrated with using the C++ Simulator: an addition program deterministic, 1 tape), an addition program with marker (deterministic, ...more>>

  12. C++ Simulator of a Universal Turing Machine - Alex Vinokur
    The program simulates a Universal Turing Machine (UTM). The UTM used in the Simulator is three-tape Turing Machine: Tape#0 contains transition table and initial instantaneous description of a Particular Turing Machine (TM); Tape#1 and Tape#2 are ...more>>

  13. CSIRO Mathematical and Information Sciences - CSIRO
    From Australia's Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO), research in environmental measurement and assessment; manufacturing, resources and finance; biotechnology, imaging and informatics; organisational performance measurement; ...more>>

  14. CT Category Theory (Front for the Mathematics ArXiv) - Univ. of California, Davis
    Category Theory preprints, from the U.C. Davis front end for the xxx.lanl.gov e-Print archive, a major site for mathematics preprints that has incorporated many formerly independent specialist archives. Search by keyword or browse by topic. ...more>>

  15. C.T.J. Dodson - Christopher Dodson
    Dodson provides notes and Maple or Mathematica packages for many different mathematics courses, including algebra and pre-calculus, calculus, differential equations, using computers for mathematics and statistics, and an introductory course on curves, ...more>>

  16. The CTK Exchange - Interactive Math Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    A page devoted to questions and answers concerning Bogomolny's pages and math in general. Postings are approved by Bogomolny, and usually answered by him, although they may be answered by the general public as well. Posting topics vary all the way from ...more>>

  17. CTK Math Games for Kids - Interactive Math Miscellany and Puzzles, Alexander Bogomolny
    This site presents a collection of Java-based interactive games and puzzles with mathematical contents and a few practice exercises disguised as games. Alexander Bogomolny, the site's author, writes, "There are a few games whose purpose is to allow for ...more>>

  18. Cubes of Perfection - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    ...Six is the smallest perfect number. Twenty-eight comes next. Its proper divisors are 1, 2, 4, 7, and 14, and the sum of those divisors is 28. Incidentally, if the sum works out to be less than the number itself, the number is said to be defective ...more>>

  19. Cubeworld - Hank Gross
    Cubeworld: an adventure in solid geometry. This book, with 21 illustrations by the author, is in the tradition of Edwin Abbott's classic Flatland and explores what might happen if the Earth were transformed into a cube. Gravity is different, rain falls ...more>>

  20. Cubic and Quartic Equations - Math Forum, Ask Dr. Math FAQ
    General solutions to cubic and quartic polynomial equations. ...more>>

  21. Cubic surfaces - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay on the history of surfaces of order three. ...more>>

  22. CUE (Computer-Using Educators) - CUE, Inc.
    A non-profit California educational corporation that supports an active membership of more than 10,000 professionals from within and outside California, in schools, community colleges, colleges, universities, related institutions, and related fields. ...more>>

  23. CULAtools: GPU-Accelerated Linear Algebra Library - EM Photonics, Inc.
    CULA is a GPU-accelerated implementation of the LAPACK numerical linear algebra library, containing several of the most popular LAPACK functions, using NVIDIA’s CUDA™ architecture. CULA Basic is free and available for download; academic licenses of CULA ...more>>

  24. Culturally Situated Design Tools: Teaching Math through Culture - Ron Eglash
    Java for creating your own Mangbetu design, cornrow curves, graffiti, bead looms, SimShoBan, Yupik star navigator, Yupik parka patterns, Pre-Columbian pyramids, and rhythm wheels -- and learning the mathematics behind them. Organized into African, African ...more>>

  25. CUNY Games Network - CUNY Academic Commons
    Blog about the pedagogical uses of both digital and non-digital math games, how they improve student success, and how they encourage research and scholarship in the developing field of games-based learning. Posts, which date back to July, 2011, have included ...more>>

  26. Curriculum Development: NSF Awards - Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
    A list of math curriculum development projects constructed by means of a text search of the NSF awards database. Each link leads to an abstract of the project, stored at the NSF World Wide Web Server. The first two digits of the numbers that appear to ...more>>

  27. Curriculum Development Projects - Mathematics Education at the Math Forum
    The Math Forum's suggested sites on curriculum development in math education, including projects sponsored by the NSF and others. ...more>>

  28. Curriculum Development via Literary and Musical Forms - Joel K. Haack, Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Northern Iowa; the Math Forum
    An article presented at the Humanistic Math session of the Joint Mathematics Meetings, January 10-13, 1996, in Orlando, Florida. Haack's article discusses how the literary and musical forms can help develop a path through mathematical knowledge, envisioning ...more>>

  29. Curve Family Index (Visual Dictionary of Special Plane Curves) - Xah Lee
    A discussion of the many ways to classify curves, how they are named, a curve family tree, and interconnection between curves, with related Web sites about fractals and curves. Hosted by the Math Forum. ...more>>

  30. Curve Fit XYZ Computer Program - William L. Meyer Jr.
    Windows software in C developed to curve fit data for algorithm definition. See also Spline Curve Fit 3D for complex three-dimensional surfaces. ...more>>

  31. Curves and Lying Calculators - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    The pictures generated by a graphing calculator depend on the number of pixels in the display. The TI-85 has 63 rows and 127 columns in its display (a total of 8,001 pixels). "This configuration of pixels defines what we actually see and, therefore, sometimes ...more>>

  32. Curves on Baseballs - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    It's that time of year again (at least in North America), when the thoughts of many sports fans turn to baseball. Over the years, the game has also attracted the attention of mathematicians and statisticians intrigued by the rules, geometric considerations, ...more>>

  33. Curving Beyond Fermat - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    "When Andrew Wiles of Princeton University proved Fermat's last theorem several years ago, he took advantage of recently discovered links between Pierre de Fermat's centuries-old conjecture concerning whole numbers and the theory of so-called elliptic ...more>>

  34. Curvus Pro X - Jean Bovet, Simon Bovet, Arizona Software
    Curvus Pro X is a powerful and user-friendly equation graphing software designed for Mac OS X. It has been designed specifically to handle complex mathematical expressions and plot them in a few clicks. 2D and 3D functions can be entered using its intuitive ...more>>

  35. Cutting Corners - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    Go to just about any college campus or public park and you're bound to see two kinds of trails: "official" paths defined by paved or gravel surfaces and "unofficial" routes trodden into the grass or dirt marking where pedestrians have preferred to walk ...more>>

  36. The Cutting Sticks Problem - Frans Faase
    A classic math puzzle: You are given k sticks with integer length of which the total length of sums up to n(n+1)/2. None of the sticks is shorter than n. Can you always cut them into sticks with length 1, 2, up to n, no matter the number of the sticks ...more>>

  37. CV Complex Variables (Front for the Mathematics ArXiv) - Univ. of California, Davis
    Complex Variable preprints, from the U.C. Davis front end for the xxx.lanl.gov e-Print archive, a major site for mathematics preprints that has incorporated many formerly independent specialist archives. Search by keyword or browse by topic. ...more>>

  38. CyberExam (S.O.S. Mathematics) - Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Univ. of Texas at El Paso
    A place for students and educators to check out sample tests, midterm exams, final exams, quizzes, projects, etc... in Mathematics. To submit an exam, please fax or email your material to S.O.S. MATHematics. (If you are a student, please ask your instructor ...more>>

  39. Cybermath - Gustav Taxén, Ambjörn Naeve, Olle Sundblad, Pär Bäckström and Sören Lenman
    An avatar-based collaborative virtual exploratory environment for math. Trial version for Windows is available free. ...more>>

  40. Cybernetics and Systems Theory - F. Heylighen; Principia Cybernetica Web
    General background material on the field of Cybernetics and Systems Science (also: (General) Systems Theory or Systems Research), an academic domain that touches virtually all traditional disciplines, from mathematics, technology, and biology to philosophy ...more>>

  41. CyberStats - CyberGnostics, Inc.
    A complete online introductory statistics course, including: a focus on data analysis and conceptual understanding rather than computation; over 600 interactive applets; real data in real-world settings; a built-in, simple, and free course management ...more>>

  42. Dagra: Digitize Graphical Data - Blue Leaf Software
    Software to digitize data from graphs for use in numerical calculations, modeling and analysis. For Windows platforms. Free trial, and money-back guarantee, offered. ...more>>

  43. Daily Desmos - Anderson, Dan; Fenton, Michael; and Lanier, Justin
    A daily challenge to reproduce a given graph using Desmos or some other graphing calculator. Teachers Anderson (NY), Fenton (CA), and Lanier (NY) rate the plots by difficulty. Also available from http://dailydesmos.blogspot.co.uk/. ...more>>

  44. Daina Taimina
    Hyperbolic crochet, talks, publications, and other resources from the mathematician and fiber artist. See and read more about Taimina's fiber sculptures by visiting her artwork and blog. Books by this adjunct associate professor in the Department of Mathematics ...more>>

  45. DA Information - David Hoffman
    An introductory course in decision analysis, with lecture notes and instructions for projects. ...more>>

  46. The Dance of Chance Science Museum Exhibit - Center for Polymer Studies, Boston University
    An online version of an exhibit focused on the emergence of patterns in Nature from physical and biological processes that appear to be chaotic. Exhibit kiosks, many of which are fractals, include Music of the Heart, Frozen Lightning, Erosion, Viscous ...more>>

  47. Dancing Chaos - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Music, dance, and chaos... The image on the computer screen resembles a delicate, stylized butterfly with translucent wings held lazily askew. It's called the Lorenz attractor, named for meteorologist Edward N. Lorenz of MIT, who in 1963 discovered this ...more>>

  48. Dancing Statistics - British Psychological Society
    Four short films demonstrating statistical concepts through dance. Each video clip intersperses clips of modern dance with observations and prompts that relate spacing, timing, and other aspects of the dancers' positions and movements to statistics concepts ...more>>

  49. Daniel J. Velleman - Daniel J. Velleman, Department of Mathematics and Computer Science, Amherst College
    In addition to Velleman's selected papers, link to his books, software, and unpublished papers, including Proof Designer, a Java applet designed to help students learn to write proofs in elementary set theory by outlining the steps of proofs under the ...more>>

  50. The Danish Mathematical Society
    A society for the benefit of mathematics in research and education. Meetings, publications, and membership information. Site also available in Danish. ...more>>


 
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