 Viewing Fourdimensional Objects in Three Dimensions  Barbara Hausmann; The Geometry Center
"Given that humans only visualize three dimensions, how is it possible to visualize four dimensional, or higher, objects? This question is the underlying idea of a short novel written over a hundred years ago by Edwin A. Abbot called Flatland. Flatland
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 Vignettes on automorphic forms, representations, Lfunctions, and number theory  Paul Garrett
Shoft downloadable "vignettes" in postscript format, and some with overviews in html. Also some vignettes on functional analysis.
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 Virtual Algebra Center  City College, CUNY
The home of the World Wide Algebra project. This international megaproject has several principal parts, including Algebraic Cryptography, The World of Groups, and The World of Polynomials. These include lists of open problems, conferences and seminars,
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 The Virtual Mathematics Center  Martindale's Graduate & Undergraduate Center
Preprints and online journals from a wide variety of math and science organizations; Online math dictionaries and encylopedias; mathematics courses, tutorials and databases; courses by subject; related mathematics information and databases.
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 Virtual Optima  Tony Hürlimann, Chris Hürlimann
A company offering consultancy, software (a linear programming language for mathematical optimization and modeling), and sport league schedules. It also offers a book of optimization problems, with sample problems available online.
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 VisuAlgo  Halim, Steven and Felix
"Visualizing data structures and algorithms through animation." Explore, watch electures, and solve problems on sorting, bitmask, linked lists, hash tables, binary heaps, binary search trees, graph structures, UnionFind DS, segment trees, Fenwick trees,
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 Visual Insight  American Mathematical Society
A "place to share striking images that help explain advanced topics in mathematics," as edited by John Baez. Twice monthly posts, which date back to August, 2013, have included "Atomic Singular Inner Function," "Catacaustic of a Cardioid {6,3,3}," "Honeycomb
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 Visualization Laboratory of Geometric Objects  Mathematics Dept., Universidad Autónoma de México
An electronic journal and works from professors, researchers and students from the Mathematics department of the School of Science of the Universidad Autonoma de Mexico, with a gallery of geometric objects (fractals), and links to other Web pages. Versions
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 Visualization of Complex Dynamical Systems  Visualization and Animation Group, Institute of Computer Graphics, Vienna University of Technology
Software or technical reports to download (in gzipped PostScript format) related to the graphical representation of complex dynamical systems.
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 Visualizing complex analytic functions using domain coloring  Hans Lundmark; Linköping University, Sweden
An article that illustrates graphically some properties of complex analytic functions (also known as holomorphic functions), explaining how complexvalued functions can be visualized using domain coloring.
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 Visual Mathematics (VisMath): Art and Science Electronic Journal of ISISSymmetry  Nagy, Jablan
The electronic journal of ISISSymmetry (International Society for Interdisciplinary Studies of Symmetry), published by the Mathematical Institute, Belgrade, Yugoslavia. Papers, conferences, the Nexus Network Journal of Architecture and Mathematics Online,
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 Visual Math Institute  Ralph Abraham, Director
Created in 1975 to administer grants from the State of California and the NSF. The "Visual Math Project" was created at UCSC for the development of computergraphic based materials for teaching university math: precalculus, calculus, linear algebra, and
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 Visual Modelling Group  University of Brighton
This research group focuses on giving formal semantics to existing notations, developing new visual notations, and reasoning with them. The Visual Modelling Group has developed a constraint diagram notation that visually expresses mathematical constraints
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 Visual Thought
A crossplatform diagramming & flowcharting tool running on Windows 95/NT and UNIX. Visual Thought moves ideas onto the screen quickly by making it easy for the user to draganddrop shapes and make rubberbanding connections between objects. It is
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 Vladimir Trifonov's Research Page  Vladimir Trifonov
The site includes papers "Natural geometry of nonzero quaternions" (International Journal of Theoretical Physics 46 (2) (2007) 251257) and “GRfriendly description of quantum systems” (IJTP, DOI 10.1007/s1077300794743).
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 Vladimir Voevodsky
Lectures, publications, a library of Coq files, and more by the mathematician developing univalent foundations, which start with a view of mathematics where sets parametrize collections of objects without "internal structure" while more general homotopy
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 The Voronoi Web Site  Christopher Gold; Université Laval
A site established to encourage communication between workers (academic or commercial, users or developers), using Voronoi or Delaunay methods of spatial analysis, in the hope that the exchange of ideas in this field among a wide variety of users will
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 VRML Gallery of Electromagnetism  Rob Salgado
A collection of VRML worlds that visualize the vector fields of electromagnetism. Subcategories: addition; wedge product; raising and lowering of indices; unit vectors; charged point (Coulomb); two charged points; charged dipole; charged sphere; charged
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 Walking Randomly  Michael Croucher
Croucher's blog, which dates back to August of 2007, has included posts such as "Logo Programming on the pocket PC," "Christmas gifts for math geeks (like me!)," "Martial Mathematics," "R Compared to MATLAB (or 'learning a thing or two from your students'),"
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 Wanted: A New Mix  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
An essay on the insularity of mathematicians. "...mathematics as a whole should be prepared to embrace as a useful and bona fide part of the enterprise, collaborative investigations involving mathematicians together with experts in other disciplines."
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 Waterloo Fractal Compression Project  Edward R. Vrscay
A research project dedicated to the study of fractal analysis and Iterated
Function Systems/Fractal Transforms from theoretical and practical perspectives, focussing on image and signal compression. Both mathematical and nonmathematical introductions
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 WAVELAB 802 for Matlab5.x  Donoho, Duncan, Huo, Levi
WaveLab is a collection of Matlab functions that have been used by the authors and collaborators to implement a variety of computational algorithms related to wavelet analysis. A partial list of the techniques available includes orthogonal wavelet transforms,
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 Wavelet Digest: wavelet.org  Wim Sweldens
A free monthly newsletter with all kinds of information concerning wavelets; announcement of conferences, preprints, software, questions, etc. The latest issue and searchable copies of back issues (beginning in 1992) are available; links to other wavelet
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 Wavelet Forum  Daniel Lemire, Ondelette.com
A friendly posting board on wavelets, spectral analysis, and signal processing.
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 Wavelet NetCare  Ben Nicholson; Dept. of Mathematics, Washington Univ., St. Louis
Wavelet links.
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 Wavelet Resources  Mathematics Dept., Yale University
Preprints and software for wavelets available from the Yale Mathematics Department.
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 Wavelets and Multiscale Methods in Numerical Analysis and Simulation  TMR Network, Silvia Bertoluzza
Links to Reports, Participants, Training Activities, Research Activity, Open Post Doctoral Positions, Paris Team Homepage  Access to the Software DATABASE, and the TMR Network News Server.
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 The Wavelet Seismic Inversion Lab  Zhaobo Meng, Phillips Petroleum Company
Wavelet Bases; MRA Displays of Data and Models; Seismic Wave Propagations; Traveltime Tomography; Bleistein/Cohen Inversion Theory; Full Waveform Intersion; Illposedness Issues; Pattern Recognition & Other Transforms; Seismic Data Compression; Noise
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 Wavelets  Salzburg, Austria
An extensive list of links to Internet sources of information for wavelets, and some bibliographies.
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 The Wavelet Tutorial  Robi Polikar
The engineer's ultimate guide to wavelet analysis: a tutorial that explains basics of signal processing with a focus on the technique of wavelet transformations (WT). Basic concepts of importance in understanding wavelet theory; Short Term Fourier Transform
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 A Web Companion for Differential Equations, Mechanics, and Computation  Richard S. Palais and Robert A. Palais
This site is a free accompaniment to the book, and includes: applets, animations, images, links to textbooks and to other ODErelated sites, extracts covering more than a quarter of the book, and more. It is intended to become a web destination for anyone
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 WebCrawler
Search the WebCrawler contentsindexed database by keyword  the contents of documents are indexed, not just their titles and URLs. You may include both general and specific queries. Or browse categories: Arts & Books; Autos; Careers; Computers &
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 webMathematica  HostSRV.com
HostSRV.com hosts applications of webMathematica, a collection of tools that allow Mathematica commands to be placed inside HTML pages. A web hosting account includes storage space, bandwidth, FTP access for uploading scripts and files, and the use of
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 Welcome to PERTH: PEerless on EaRTH  Dave Watson
Dave Watson's main interest is computational geometry, and he specializes in spatial interpolation. Books/software on Contouring (a survey of published bivariate contouring and interpolation methods), Tessellations, Spherical Tessellations, Isolines,
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 Welcome to the World of Petri Nets  CPN Group, University of Aarhus, Denmark
Petri Nets is a formal and graphical language which is appropriate for modeling complex systems with concurrency. It has nothing to do with network communication but has proven useful for describing, analysing, and verifying protocols typically used in
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 Wesley Pegden
Publications, curriculum vita, links, and more from the Carnegie Mellon University combinatorialist. See, in particular, Pegden's interactive gallery of zoomable sandpiles on various lattices, which illustrate the Geometric and Functional Analysis paper
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 What Can Mathematics Do For The Businessperson?  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
In business, the ability to dig beneath the surface of a problem to see what
the real underlying issues are, and the capacity for clear and logical thought, can be extremely valuable. And learning mathematics provides an excellent way to develop that
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 What is the best way to lace your shoes?  Burkard Polster, Nature
"The two most popular ways to lace shoes have historically been to use 'crisscross' or 'straight' lacing  but are these the most efficient? Here we demonstrate mathematically that the shortest lacing is neither of these, but instead is a rarely used
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 What kind of math? Photo Challenge  Kathryn Mann
Pictures of math graduate students with wordbubbles showing "the kind of math that's right" for them. Submit your own group snapshots and subfields. Inspired by an observation that a flyer from the American Mathematical Society (AMS) reinforced sexist
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 What's Going On During Mathematics Awareness Month  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
"This year's theme is mathematics and biology. Two important examples of how mathematics is used in biology are: in developing computer models of the human heart, which are helping us to understand how the heart works and, more importantly, how it goes
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 What's New  Terence Tao, UCLA
Updates on Tao's research and expository papers, discussion of open problems, and other mathsrelated topics. Blog posts, which date to February, 2007, have included "Riemannian manifolds and curvature" and "Sailing into the wind, or faster than the wind"
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 What Work Requires of Schools  Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS)
The Secretary's Commission on Achieving Necessary Skills (SCANS) was asked to examine the demands of the workplace and whether today's young people are capable of meeting those demands as they enter employment. In carrying out this charge, the Commission
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 When mathematics has to be theater  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
A mathematician's entry into the world of commercial multimedia  the creation of an interactive calculus textbook on CDROM.
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 When mathematics is plain sailing  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
In the ocean waters off New Zealand, an intense mathematical olympiad has just begun: The America's Cup  a yacht race, the premier international event in
ocean sailing. Competition is fierce. The technical challenges are enormous. And the costs are
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 Why 2001 Won't Be 2001  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
"It's a good story... But how realistic is the behavior of HAL? We don't yet have computers capable of genuinely independent thought, nor do we have computers we can converse with using ordinary language. True, there have been admirable advances in systems
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 Why Does BacktoSchool Imply Back to Math?  Keith Devlin (Devlin's Angle)
...in a world where everyone can afford a pocket calculator and a great many people seem to be successful in life with little or no mathematical ability or knowledge of science, why do we place so much emphasis on math and science?
Whatever the answer,
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 Width, Diameter, and Geometric Inequalities (The Geometry Junkyard)  David Eppstein, Theory Group, ICS, UC Irvine
An extensive annotated list of links to material on width, diameter, and geometric inequalities.
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 Wiles' proof of Fermat's Last Theorem  Paul Hewitt; University of Toledo
An overview, following Glenn Stevens' article in Modular Forms and Fermat's Last Theorem (SpringerVerlag, 1997). Notes from a series of three 1998 lectures.
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 Wiles, Ribet, ShimuraTaniyamaWeil and Fermat's Last Theorem  Dept. of Mathematics and Statistics, The University at Albany
An archive of FLT material from conferences, lecture, meetings, newsgroups, and Web sites. Much of the material that seeded this archive was copied from the former gopher archive pertaining to "Fermat's Last Theorem"at emath.ams.org.
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 WinKE: A Proof Assistant for Teaching Logic  Ulrich Endriss
An interactive proof assistant based on the KE calculus, a refutation system that combines features from Smullyan's analytic tableaux and Gentzen's natural deduction. The software has been designed to serve as a tutoring system to support the teaching
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