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- Drunkard Walk - Vladimir Gusev
An applet illustrating the one-dimensional drunkard walk algorithm, which describes the process of molecular diffusion in an equilibrium gas.
- Extreme Optimization: Numerical Linear Algebra Library for C# and VB.NET - Jeffrey Sax, Extreme Optimization
Object-oriented classes for linear algebra and a broad range of numerical techniques for the Microsoft .NET framework. Topics covered: solving equations, mathematical curves, approximation, numerical integration and differentiation, complex numbers.
- levmar: Levenberg-Marquardt non-linear least squares algorithms in C/C++ - Manolis Lourakis
GPL package containing four flavors of the Levenberg-Marquardt nonlinear
least squares algorithm. The package is written in C, it's also usable
from C++ and includes double and single precision LM implementations, both
with analytic and finite difference
- Metropolis walk - Vladimir Gusev
An applet illustrating the Metropolis walk, a statistical algorithm for numerical analysis, which can be used to generate any probability distribution. The applet uses the Metropolis walk to generate the most common Gaussian distribution.
- Paul Nevai
Paul Nevai researches orthogonal polynomials and approximation theory. Many of his articles are available here in .dvi format or as html documents.
- RiskLab Toronto
One of an international network of math laboratories in the field of risk
modelling. Originally intended to model financial risk, the field has grown
to encompass a number of other areas. Site provides summaries of the lab's
- Steve Fulling's Home Page - Stephen A. Fulling
Courses in Foundation Coalition Freshman Calculus, linearity, and other subjects offer objectives, assignments, solutions and reports, exams, and supporting documentation such as books (.pdf, .ps, and .dvi formats). The site also includes access to the
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