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  1. David Marius Bressoud
    David Bressoud has written several undergraduate textbooks that use physics and the history of mathematics to motivate the study of multi-variable calculus, number theory, real analysis. Other books include A Course in Computational Number Theory and ...more>>

  2. Decimals and Logarithms in the Works? And a Dyer's Hand too? - Penn Leary
    Shakespeare, Decimals and Logarithms: What did Shakespeare know about mathematics, particularly logarithms and the decimal system? And when did he know it? An article partly from Leary's book, The Second Cryptographic Shakespeare. ...more>>

  3. Derivations of Applied Mathematics - Thaddeus H. Black
    An open-source book on the essential ideas underlying the derivations of a large number of mathematical results useful in the modeling of physical systems. PDF, with LaTeX source available under the GNU General Public License. ...more>>

  4. Developing Function Sense with SAQs - Judah Schwartz
    A work in progress, this is an online book on the philosophy of teaching functions in middle and high school algebra. He has come to believe "that approaching algebra through the study of functions using symbolic and graphical representations simultaneously ...more>>

  5. De Viribus Quantitatis - The University of Bologna
    Luca Pacioli, a Franciscan monk, mathematics tutor, and colleague of Leonardo Da Vinci, wrote this foundational text of modern magic and numerical puzzles between 1496 and 1508. De Viribus Quantitatis (On the Powers of Numbers) contains the first ever ...more>>

  6. Didax Educational Resources
    Didax publishes and distributes books, manipulatives, and software for math, reading, science, and art. The site offers free demo software, product descriptions, information requests, technical support, and current national educational standards. Didax ...more>>

  7. Discovering the Art of Mathematic - Fleron, Julian, et al.
    Resources to help mathematics faculty teach the subject to liberal arts and humanities undergraduates by actively involving them in authentic mathematical experiences that "provide meaningful cognitive and metacognitive gains, and nurture healthy and ...more>>

  8. Discovering Wavelets - Grand Valley State University (GVSU)
    Wavelets for undergraduates: a site designed to be a center of activity for incorporating wavelets into the undergraduate curriculum, with links to undergraduate projects based on wavelets and image compression, and to undergraduate research projects. ...more>>

  9. Discrete Calculus by Analogy - Farzali Izadi, N. Aliev, G. Bagirov
    "With origins stretching back several centuries, discrete calculus is now an increasingly central methodology for many problems related to discrete systems and algorithms. The topics covered here usually arise in many branches of science and technology, ...more>>

  10. DISME: The Art of Tenths - Simon Stevin
    Definitions appertaining to Arithmeticall whole Numbers. Decimall arithmetike, Teaching how to performe all Computations whatsoeuer, by whole Numbers without Fractions, by the foure Principles of Common Arithmeticke: namely, Addition, Substraction, Multiplication, ...more>>

  11. Dissections: Plane & Fancy - Greg Frederickson, Cambridge University Press
    A book that explores an area of mathematical recreations, called geometric dissections, or the cutting of one or more figures into pieces that can be rearranged to form other figures. With an emphasis on using as few pieces as possible, these geometrical ...more>>

  12. Divine Proportions: Rational Trigonometry and Geometry - N. J. Wildberger, Wild Egg Books
    Divine Proportions describes a new way of thinking about trigonometry and Euclidean geometry. It shows how to develop both subjects in a completely algebraic, or rational, way, without any need for transcendental concepts or functions. As a result the ...more>>

  13. Dog-eared resource - Cyndie Jacks, Editor
    Innovative, creative, "outside the box" lessons/activities and ideas for use with students in grades 1-4. Suggestions for children's books and relevant Web sites on a variety of topics, including mathematics, are found each issue of this subscription-based ...more>>

  14. Dominique Foata
    Dominique Foata is a mathematician specializing in combinatorics. Abstracts of his papers are available online, and they may be downloaded in .dvi, PostScript, or TeX formats. The site also contains a summary and errata for the textbook Calcul des Probabilités, ...more>>

  15. The DOR: Home of the Direct Opposite Reverse - David P. Sterner
    Sterner developed this shape, which he calls a geometric "missing link", and has applications as a lens. ...more>>

  16. Dr Len Fisher: Opening the Door to Science - Len Fisher
    Fisher concentrates on the science of the everyday and making science accessible. His latest book is Rock, Paper, Scissors: Game Theory in Real Life. The site contains excerpts from his books as well as descriptions of his talks, articles about his work, ...more>>

  17. Dr. Math Books - the Math Forum @ Drexel
    Featuring Internet references, glossaries, indexes, illustrations, and questions written by actual kids, each can be purchased from Amazon.com via links on this page. The page details the contents of each book: Dr. Math Gets You Ready for Algebra, Dr. ...more>>

  18. DSP First: A Multimedia Approach - McClellan, Schafter, & Yoder
    The CD-ROM portion of the book, containing, for each chapter: Demos - quicktime movies, sound files, etc. that help reinforce the concepts introduced in the text; Labs - MATLAB based laboratory exercises for in-depth study of certain concepts and ideas ...more>>

  19. ecalculus.org: The Calculus Page - Hass, Kouba, University of California, Davis, CA
    Resources for calculus students: calculus problems with solutions; sample exams; excerpts from "How to Ace Calculus" (the Streetwise Guide); animations; tips on preparing for exams; mathematics and the job market (professions that use mathematics); and ...more>>

  20. Economic Research Service (ERS) - U.S. Department of Agriculture
    This agency studies agriculture, food and nutrition, the environment, rural development, and international trade. Research reports, press releases, commodities reports, books, and other publications available online or for download in PDF format, with ...more>>

  21. Edinburgh Mathematical Society (EMS) - Chris Smyth, EMS Secretary; Edinburgh University
    Founded in 1883 for "the mutual improvement of its members in the Mathematical Sciences, pure and applied"; the principal mathematical society for the university community in Scotland. Its membership is drawn from all the Scottish universities and other ...more>>

  22. eDscape - Computer Curriculum Corporation (CCCnet)
    eDscape is CCC's professional development website for educators, with free online courses on using the Web and technology in the classroom, discussions and conferences, partner sites, and online stores (Simon & Schuster). You must register to participate ...more>>

  23. Educational Programs That Work (EPTW): Mathematics - U.S. Dept. of Education
    The Catalogue of the National Diffusion Network's descriptions of exemplary educational programs in mathematics. A tabular summary of program services provides an overview of the programs. Individual program descriptions summarize audience, program goals, ...more>>

  24. Education: Mathematics - The Mining Company
    Web resource lists of sites: see sciences - physical/computer and, beneath, mathematics by Kristin Matherly, with links to sites "in the spotlight" and topics: Algebra; Applied Math; Books; Business Math; Careers; Calculus; Communities; Competitions; ...more>>

  25. education.ti.com - Texas Instruments, Inc.
    Texas Instruments calculator resources and educational solutions: product information; free program downloads; classroom activities, including both a test prep section and a free, collaborative forum for sharing favorite activities that use TI technology, ...more>>

  26. Edward Frenkel's Home Page - Edward Frenkel
    Papers and other professional activities by the author of Love and Math, Langlands Correspondence for Loop Groups, and Vertex Algebras and Algebraic Curves. See, in particular, this Berkeley math professor's calculus lectures on YouTube. Frenkel, whose ...more>>

  27. Edward Tufte
    The work of Tufte and Graphics Press. Read testimonials about his books and purchase them online: The Graphic Display of Quantitative Information, Envisioning Information, and Visual Explanations: Images and Quantities, Evidence and Narrative. In the ...more>>

  28. EdWeb: Exploring Technology and School Reform - Andy Carvin
    A hyperbook designed to explore the worlds of educational reform and information technology. Hunt down on-line educational resources around the world, learn about trends in education policy and information infrastructure development, examine success stories ...more>>

  29. Elsevier Science
    "Information Provider to the World." Elsevier's mission is "to advance science, technology and medical science by fulfilling, on a sound commercial basis, the communication needs specific to the international community of scientists, engineers and associated ...more>>

  30. Engines for Education - Roger Schank, Institute for the Learning Sciences (ILS)
    A "hyper-book" written by Roger Schank, Director of ILS, and Chip Cleary, a graduate student, about what's wrong with the education system, how to reform it, and the role of educational technology in that reform. CD-ROM version and hardcover and softcover ...more>>

  31. Eratosthenes' Sieve (Algebra Interactive!) - Arjeh M. Cohen, Hans Cuypers, Hans Sterk
    An applet from the first chapter of the HTML-based book Algebra Interactive!, an introduction to abstract algebra providing an algorithmic approach to algebraic structures ranging from the elementary structures of the integers, polynomial rings in one ...more>>

  32. Espaces Fibrés et Connexions - Robert Coquereaux
    Un livre de géométrie différentielle en hypertexte; une introduction a la théorie des espaces fibrés et des connexions. A hypertext book in French on differential geometry. ...more>>

  33. Euclid's Elements - David Joyce; Dept. of Mathematics & Computer Science, Clark University
    A version of Euclid's Elements created by David Joyce to rekindle an interest in the Elements and to show how java applets can be used to illustrate geometry and to bring the Elements alive. The text of all 13 Books is complete. Joyce writes: "...deductive ...more>>

  34. Euler Systems - Karl Rubin
    One of the most exciting new subjects in Algebraic Number Theory and Arithmetic Algebraic Geometry is the theory of Euler systems. Euler systems are special collections of cohomology classes attached to p-adic Galois representations. Here, in the first ...more>>

  35. Every Day Counts with PFK Consultants - Pasty F. Kanter
    An elementary math education company offering staff development workshops based on author Patsy F. Kanter's "Every Day Counts" family of products (published by Great Source Education Group). The workshops focus on making math a daily activity, encouraging ...more>>

  36. Experiencing Geometry in Euclidean, Spherical, and Hyperbolic Spaces - David W. Henderson; Cornell University
    A book that presents a series of problems. Most of the chapters start intuitively and are accessible to a general reader with no particular mathematics background; however, the discussions were written for mathematics majors and mathematics teachers and ...more>>

  37. Exploring Chaos and Fractals - RMIT Publishing
    An electronic textbook on CD-ROM which covers the subject of chaos theory and fractal geometry and includes text, worksheets, sound, video, and animation. Course material is presented with multiple entry points and themes, and can be used within a single ...more>>

  38. Feynman-Kac Formulae: Genealogical and Interacting Particle Systems with Applications - Pierre Del Moral
    Description of a published book on Feynman-Kac path measures and their genealogical and interacting particle interpretations, with a range of applications including statistical physics, biology, and advanced engineering sciences. The site features PostScript ...more>>

  39. Financial Mathematics, Financial Engineering and Risk Management Workshop - FinMath.com @ Chicago
    All about Mathematical Finance and Derivatives - new books, journals, seminars, conferences, workshops. ...more>>

  40. Finite Rank Torsion Free Modules Over Dedekind Domains - E. Lee Lady; University of Hawaii
    A book that discusses abelian group theory as not just another variety of group theory but the study of modules over principal ideal domains, a highly specialized branch of commutative ring theory. Postscript and DVI versions. Chapters: Modules Over Commutative ...more>>

  41. Fixed Point Theory on the Web - M. A. Khamsi
    Fixed Point Theory and Applications sites; Mailing List; Conferences: previous and forthcoming; books on fixed point theory; other interesting sites on the Web; bibliography database; abstracts; papers on fixed point theory; general information. ...more>>

  42. Flying Colours Maths - Colin Beveridge
    Maths tutoring services by the author of Basic Maths for Dummies, Numeracy Tests for Dummies, and The Little Algebra Book: technical writing, "bespoke Excel solutions," project feedback, and "translating maths into less complex English." Blog posts, which ...more>>

  43. Forecasting: Methods and Applications - Rob Hyndman
    A book by Spyros Makridakis, Steve Wheelwright, and Rob Hyndman on mathematical methods of forecasting future trends in business and related areas. The site includes features of the book, detailed table of contents, example data series to download, errata, ...more>>

  44. Foundations of Infinitesimal Calculus - Henle and Keisler
    Free download, PDF format. ...more>>

  45. Four Colors Suffice: How the Map Problem Was Solved - Robin Wilson; Princeton University Press
    "On October 23, 1852, Professor Augustus De Morgan wrote a letter to a colleague, unaware that he was launching one of the most famous mathematical conundrums in history--one that would confound thousands of puzzlers for more than a century. This is the ...more>>

  46. Fractal Image Encoding - Yuval Fisher; Institute for Nonlinear Science, University of California at San Diego
    A page with links to a variety of information and resources on fractal image encoding and related topics: Bibliographies and Other References; Books - including Fisher's own Fractal Image Compression: Theory and Application to Digital Images; Conferences ...more>>

  47. The Fractal Murders - Mark Cohen
    A witty mystery that follows private eye Pepper Keane as he seeks to learn what connects the seemingly unrelated deaths of three math professors -- all specialists in fractal geometry. Originally published by Muddy Gap Press, and re-released by Mysterious ...more>>

  48. Fractals, Art, Pattern, Symmetry... - Clifford A. Pickover
    Melding art, science, mathematics and other seemingly disparate areas of human endeavor. Links to detailed information on Pickover's books (of particular math interest are: Chaos and Fractals: A Computer Graphical Journey; The Loom of God; Fractal Horizons ...more>>

  49. Free Mathematics Books - FreeTechBooks.com
    Links to free mathematics books and lecture notes. Mostly in PDF and Postscript format. ...more>>

  50. Free Online Books - PSPXWorld.com
    Free books for download or viewing online, in computer science and mathematics. ...more>>

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