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  1. Home Page for John Robertson - John Robertson
    Download original PDFs on curves of genus zero, Pell equations, binary quadratic equations, magic squares, and continued fraction expansions of sqrt(D) and (1+sqrt(D))/2. ...more>>

  2. Home Page for Laura Taalman - Laura Taalman
    Course materials, mentored projects, publications, and more from Taalman, a professor of mathematics at James Madison University. Taalman's interests range from singular algebraic geometry and knot theory to games, puzzles, and 3D printing. The Puzzles ...more>>

  3. Homepage Michel Delord - Michel Delord
    Une site opposé "à la spirale qui prétend faciliter la compréhension en allégeant les savoirs fondamentaux.... [et] à la justification de cette spirale qui sépare l'intelligence conceptuelle de ses manifestations ...more>>

  4. Home Page of Andrei Toom, André Toom - Andrei Toom, Department of Statistics, Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife, Brazil
    The home page of one of the developers of the Toom-Cook, or Toom-3 algorithm, a method of multiplying two large integers. Toom's English-language mathematics articles, published in journals such as the Journal of Statistical Physics, include "Non-Ergodic ...more>>

  5. Home Page of John B. Cosgrave - John B. Cosgrave
    The author of A Prime For The Millennium, in which is outlined his discovery of what he calls a 'millennium' prime, (a prime number with exactly 2000 digits), also provides links to a Fermat number record and the possiblity of a 6th Fermat prime. Prof. ...more>>

  6. Homepage of Keith Matthews - Dept. of Mathematics, Univ. of Queensland, Australia
    Matthews is a Senior Lecturer whose professional interests are number theory, teaching, and traversing the World Wide Web to uncover things of interest to number theorists for the Number Theory Web. Links to mathematical interests, gateways (mainly mathematical) ...more>>

  7. Home Page of Persi Diaconis - Persi Diaconis
    Download PDF and PostScript papers, organized by co-author or by year of publication, such as Asymmetric one-dimensional constrained Ising model; Random walk on trees and matchings; and Mathematical developments from the analysis of Riffle-shuffling. ...more>>

  8. Homepage of Torsten Sillke - Torsten Sillke
    A collection of puzzles statements, with references, on a variety of topics: operations research, such as crossing the bridge; logic, including liars and truth tellers, mastermind, and age problems; lateral thinking, also known as "situation puzzles"; ...more>>

  9. Home Pages for Developing Courses - Mathematics Throughout the Curriculum, Indiana University
    Interdisciplinary courses under development and close to finished: Life Sciences (BioMath Problems, Mathematical Foundation for Speech and Hearing Sciences), Business and Economics (Games and Decision Making, Games for Business and Economics, Mathematics ...more>>

  10. Home Page - Tony Roberts; Dept. of Mathematics and Computing, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
    Links to recent research papers (titles, abstracts and electronic copies of recent research documents); software (computer routines to do various taks such as estimate fractal dimensions, solve DAEs, etc,, mainly in Matlab); teaching and other material ...more>>

  11. Home Run Numbers - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    The integers 61 and 62 have been very much in the news this summer. On the major-league baseball front, Mark McGwire hit his 62nd home run on Sept. 8, and Sammy Sosa matched that total on Sept. 13, surpassing the record of 61 home runs in a season held ...more>>

  12. Homework H(e)aven - Morris County Library
    Recommendations, strategy, and pointers to search engines and favorite sites for finding reliable information for students' assignments. ...more>>

  13. Homogeneous Transformation Matrices - Daniel W. VanArsdale
    Explicit n-dimensional homogeneous matrices for projection, dilation, reflection, shear, strain, rotation and other familiar transformations. ...more>>

  14. The Honeycomb Conjecture - Ivars Peterson - Science News Online
    Mathematician Thomas C. Hales of the University of Michigan at Ann Arbor has formulated a proof of the so-called honeycomb conjecture, which holds that a hexagonal grid represents the best way to divide a surface into regions of equal area with the least ...more>>

  15. Hopalong Image Generator - David Imai
    This Java applet generates a unique fractal image before your eyes, based on Martin's Hopalong algorithm. This mapping was described in an article by A.K. Dewdney in the September 1986 issue of Scientific American magazine. ...more>>

  16. Hopfield Net for 8-Queens Problem - Yuri Pryadkin
    Given a standard chessboard and 8 chess queens, place them on the board so that no queen is on the line of attack of any other queen. The author's applet finds solutions to the general problem, with N queens on the NxN board. Tips and analysis of the ...more>>

  17. Hopf Topology Archive - Clarence Wilkerson, Dept. of Mathematics, Purdue University
    The Hopf archive contains freely available articles and preprints as dvi, ps, text, or lj.gz files. Some short abstracts and a search engine are included, as well as pictures of topologists and some useful links concerning topology. ...more>>

  18. HostMath - Cui Wei
    Input LaTeX, Tex, AMSmath or ASCIIMath, and this dynamic equation editor renders the notation for typesetting. HostMath formats for math, logic, symbols, Greek letters, trigonometry, arrows, and more. ...more>>

  19. HotEqn: The IMGless Equation Viewer - Lehrstuhl für Elektrische Steuerung und Regelung (ESR), Ruhr-University Bochum
    A Java applet for viewing and displaying mathematical equations on the Web. The applet uses LaTeX notation to code its equations. Font sizes are variable, so the applet can also be used to display inline equations. ...more>>

  20. Houston Area Real-Time Traffic Report - Susan Boone
    Students calculate the time needed to travel a certain distance given the rate of speed with data collected using "real-time" traffic maps of the greater Houston area. Over a period of one week, one month, and one school year, traffic patterns are studied ...more>>

  21. The Houston Journal of Mathematics - Klaus Kaiser, Managing Editor, University of Houston
    A quarterly refereed journal publishing original research papers on mathematical topics. It welcomes contributed papers that develop interesting, or important, new mathematical ideas and results or solve outstanding problems. Read titles and abstracts ...more>>

  22. How a Slide Rule Works - Peter Fox
    An explanation of how slide rules work, beginning with a rudimentary logarithm calculator and log tables, featuring a logarithmic scale to print out to make your own slide rule, and concluding with "tricks from the slide rule era." ...more>>

  23. How Does Biology affect Mathematics? - Louis J. Gross, University of Tennessee
    Four examples of fields of mathematics that have been developed in part due to the biological underpinnings: Chaos Theory; Reaction diffusion equations; Genetic algorithms; and Neural Nets. A 1999 Math Awareness Month theme essay, with links to sites ...more>>

  24. How do I tell a real difference from random variation? - Max Janairo
    This paper presents the concepts necessary to understand what the methodologies of hypothesis testing and confidence intervals accomplish, and provides an introduction to the use of these concepts to answer particular questions in medicine. Some problems ...more>>

  25. How do we know about Greek mathematicians? - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay examining how the dates of Diocles given in the MacTutor archive have been determined, and other ways to gain information about the ancient Greek mathematicians, with references and other related web sites. ...more>>

  26. How do we know about Greek mathematics? - MacTutor Math History Archives
    Linked essay illustrating the way that Greek mathematical texts have come down to us by looking first at perhaps the most famous example, Euclid's Elements, and Archimedes' palimpsest, with references and other related web sites. ...more>>

  27. How Far Is It? - Bali Online
    This service uses data from the U.S. Census and a supplementary list of cities around the world to find the latitude and longitude of two places, and then calculates the distance between them (as the crow flies). It also provides a map showing the two ...more>>

  28. How Many? A Dictionary of Units of Measurement - Russ Rowlett; University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
    A dictionary of both metric (SI) and English measurement units, with history, links to related sites, and a bibliography. ...more>>

  29. How round is your circle? - Bryant, John; and Sangwin, Chris
    These photos and QuickTime movies accompany the book How Round Is Your Circle? Where Engineering and Mathematics Meet. See, in particular, the illustrations of how to drill a square hole. Sections include Falling apart (the Pythagorean Theorem, Dudeney's ...more>>

  30. How Stuff Works
    A site devoted to explaining the world in a way that is both informative and entertaining. Content is designed to be understandable for people of all ages and education levels. ...more>>

  31. How Things Work - Louis A. Bloomfield
    An archive of answers to physics questions sent by readers. "Think of this site as a radio call-in program that's being held on the WWW instead of the radio. If you ask how something works, using the button below, I'll try to provide an explanation. You'll ...more>>

  32. How to Become a Mathematics Teacher - Cait Etherington
    Suggestions on how to become an elementary mathematics teacher, a middle school mathematics teacher, a high school mathematics teacher, a college mathematics professor, or a university mathematics professor. Resources for navigating the educational and ...more>>

  33. How to Compute One Billion Digits of Pi (Organic Mathematics Proceedings) - D. H. Bailey, J. M. Borwein, P. B. Borwein
    Ramanujan, Modular Equations, and Approximations to Pi - Bailey, Borwein and Borwein. Abstract: This article follows up one small thread of Ramanujan's work which has found a modern computational context, namely, one of his approaches to approximating ...more>>

  34. How to Compute Planetary Positions - Paul Schlyter
    A description of how to compute the positions for the sun and moon and the major planets, as well as for comets and minor planets, from a set of orbital elements. The algorithms have been simplified as much as possible while still keeping a fairly good ...more>>

  35. How to Correctly View a Flatland Painting - Mark Schlatter
    A paper with Java illustrations: Given a two dimensional painting of a three dimensional object, you can use geometry to find the ideal viewing location--the position where the image appears most three dimensional. This site reviews that geometry (using ...more>>

  36. How To Excel - John MacDougall
    Tips, tricks, tutorials, templates, keyboard shortcuts, a free ebook and video course, and more data-related resources for mastering Microsoft's spreadsheet application. A former theoretical math student and former actuary, MacDougall describes himself ...more>>

  37. How to Fix an Election - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    Voting sounds like a simple matter. Just pick a candidate, then count the ballots and announce the tally. When there are three or more candidates (or choices), however, the results may not actually reflect the true preferences of the voters. Suppose ...more>>

  38. How To Get Into the Newspapers - Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
    A lecture to Devlin's readers with good advice on how to write math clearly enough and other important things to do to get an article published in the newspapers. ...more>>

  39. How to Play Fair With Loaded Dice (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan, MAA Online
    Answer to the Challenge: For some reason you need a standard fair die (with the numbers from 1 to 6 on the six faces). All you have is an unfair "loaded" die. How can you use the loaded die to fairly choose random numbers from 1 to 6? ... Roll the die ...more>>

  40. How to sell soap - Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
    Humorous takeoff on scriptwriting a series on two families: the Points and the Lines... ...more>>

  41. How-to Series - ERIC/AE; Bruce Thompson, Texas A&M Univ.
    This is a set of on-line, full-text books and booklets addressing practical evaluation, research, measurement, and statistical issues. The series started as a joint project of ERIC/AE and Bruce Thompson, Texas A&M University. We have since added other ...more>>

  42. How to Solve the Rubik's Cube v1.4 - Mark Jeays
    A complete solution to solving the cube from any position, credited to David Singmaster, who wrote the 1980 book Notes on Rubik's Magic Cube, except for Step 2, discovered independently by Mark Jeays. ...more>>

  43. How to Split Your Vote (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan, MAA Online
    Answer to the Challenge: Suppose all that any voter in the U.S. cares about is that different parties control the Presidency and the Congress. If there is no communication, how should each voter vote? ...more>>

  44. How to Succeed in College Mathematics - Richard Dahlke
    A study and reference book based on the notion that "learning is best achieved when student and instructor roles are mutually supportive and based on sound learning principles." Drawing on educational psychology, pedagogical research, learning technologies, ...more>>

  45. How To Write Proofs - Larry W. Cusick
    The mechanics of proofs and proof strategies, with examples and exercises: direct proof, proof by contradiction, proof by contrapositive, if, and only if (iff), proof by mathematical induction, unwinding definitions (getting started), constructive versus ...more>>

  46. HPC-Netlib: High Performance Math Software - National HPCC Software Exchange (NHSE)
    The high performance branch of the Netlib mathematical software repository. HPC-Netlib provides information about high performance mathematical software, both research and commercial, as well as a roadmap to software selection and performance issues. ...more>>

  47. HTML with LaTeX - Alan Selby
    Given HTML input that includes LaTeX encoded equations, the LaTeX2HotEqn applet generates webpages with typeset quality mathematics. With examples and documentation. ...more>>

  48. HubbleSite - Space Telescope Science Institute (STScI)
    The home on the Web of the Hubble Space Telescope, a NASA Origins mission that seeks answers to fundamental questions about the universe and our place in it. Features include: Newscenter (search, by year or category, an indexed catalog of Hubble pictures, ...more>>

  49. Hubble Space Telescope - Space Telescope Science Institute (ST ScI)
    STScI is responsible for the scientific operations of the Hubble Space Telescope (HST). Site contents include what's new; pictures and news releases; education activities, HST observing and instruments, a searchable data archive, and science resources. ...more>>

  50. HULL - A program for convex hulls - Ken Clarkson
    Hull is an ANSI C program that computes the convex hull of a point set in general (but small) dimension. The input is a list of points, and the output is a list of facets of the convex hull of the points, each facet presented as a list of its vertices. ...more>>

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