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  1. Applied Statistics
    Place for finding partners in the field of applied statistics, spatial statistics, computational statistics, bayesian statistics. Open Source Software and Presentations. Site available in German, English, and Russian. ...more>>

  2. Daniel Lemire's homepage - Daniel Lemire
    Daniel Lemire is a researcher in wavelet theory, data thinning and subdivision schemes. Recently, he has been interested in applications of these mathematical tools to e-business and data mining. Site contains papers (downloadable, PDF format), software ...more>>

  3. DIGSTATS - Statistics - Central VA Governor's School for Science and Technology
    Pages for descriptive statistics, inferential statistics, and graphical analysis, from the 1997 Central VA Governor's School for Science & Technology. Activities for spreadsheets and the graphing calculator that explore measures of central tendancy ...more>>

  4. DLK MathsWork Software
    Self-differentiating, topic-specific math software for Windows 3.1 and above, on number, shape and space, and data handling. All of the practice modules have on screen monitoring at three levels. Six problem modules designed to improve users' application ...more>>

  5. The Effects of Moore's Law and Slacking on Large Computations - Gottbrath, Bailin, et al.; Steward Observatory, University of Arizona
    A tongue-in-cheek paper in which the authors show that, in the context of Moore's Law, overall productivity can be increased for large enough computations by 'slacking' or waiting for some period of time before purchasing a computer and beginning the ...more>>

  6. General Least-Squares - Direct Solutions and Bundle Adjustments - David Manthey
    The general least squares process can be used to solve a set of equations for a set of unknowns. The only requirement is that there are at least as many equations as there are unknowns. This paper (in html and PDF formats) provides a new description of ...more>>

  7. International Association for Statistical Computing
    Membership information, list of conferences, and a 3-D Java applet of the normal distribution. ...more>>

  8. Java Applets for Statistics - Shangrong Deng, Kai Qian, and Xu-Yan Chen
    A collection of applets that do calculations and provide illustrations for topics in elementary statistics: the sample space model, calculator (mean and deviation), multiplication rule for counting, permutations and combinations, tossing a balanced coin ...more>>

  9. 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 ...more>>

  10. Math WWW VL: Bibliographies - Dept. of Mathematics, Florida State University
    Links to bibliographies in college-level mathematics. ...more>>

  11. Wavelet Forum - Daniel Lemire, Ondelette.com
    A friendly posting board on wavelets, spectral analysis, and signal processing. ...more>>


 
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