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  1. The Feynman Lectures on Physics - California Institute of Technology
    Free online edition of the book by Richard Feynman, Robert B. Leighton, and Matthew Sands, based on the Nobel Prize winner's lectures presented in the early 1960s at Caltech. Volume I mainly addresses mechanics, radiation, and heat; Volume II, electromagnetism and matter; and Volume III, quantum mechanics. This HTML5-based version of The Feynman Lectures on Physics features LaTeX equations rendered by MathJax JavaScript, and scalable vector graphic (SVG) figures. more>>

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  1. CabriJava - Jean-Marie Laugier; L'Université de Provence (Aix-Marseille I)
    Optique, électicité, mécanique. CabriHop: Une série de constructions d'optique géométrique et physique, niveau lycée et un peu +, à visiter en premier pour les paramétrages de votre navigateur, ...more>>

  2. CERFACS - European Centre for Research and Advanced Training in Scientific Computation
    CERFACS is one of the world's leading research institutes working on efficient algorithms for solving large-scale scientific problems. This involves the evaluation of existing, and the development of new tools which exploit high-performance serial, vector, ...more>>

  3. E and M - Finzer, Berkelman, Bennett; Key Curriculum Press
    Two sketches showing how to model force fields. One sketch models a capacitor, and the other shows the strength at various points of the field generated by two charged particles. ...more>>

  4. Electronics Library, Electronics Community
    Thousands of links to R&D documents in electronics. Utilities, general electronics, components, circuits, digital signal processing, measuring, electromagnetics, electric effect, energy, communications, more on the Web. Community and forum. ...more>>

  5. From Galaxies to Electrons (Math Chat) - Frank Morgan, MAA Online
    What are the largest and smallest objects anyone has ever seen with the naked eye? heard? felt? (For the first part, the whole object must be seen, though not necessarily in full detail or from every side.) ...more>>

  6. Mathematical and Computational Sciences - National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST)
    Part of the Information Technology Laboratory of the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) (an agency of the Department of Commerce, U.S. Government), this was formerly CAML. Mathematicians of the Applied and Computational Mathematics ...more>>

  7. The Missed Physics of Source-Free Magnetic Fields - Bibhas R. De
    This paper proposes a fundamentally new discovery in physics, suggesting that Maxwell's equations have another solution beyond the electromagnetic waves: The source-free static magnetic field structures. See also Source Free Magnetic Structures, a paper ...more>>

  8. Noga Alon
    Noga Alon researches combinatorics, graph theory, their applications to theoretical computer science, combinatorial geometry and number theory, and the relationship of combinatorial algorithms and circuit complexity. Some of his papers, along with a ...more>>

  9. Toys from Trash - Arvind Gupta
    Step-by-step photographic instructions for building elegantly simple, colorful "Math Magic" do-it-yourself manipulatives: Abacus, Flexagon, Triangle Grid, Flat Flexagon, Slipper Insets, Folding Pentagon, Tangram, Paper Octagon, Cylinder and Cone, Area ...more>>

  10. Twistors -- What Are They? - Fedja Hadrovic
    Notes briefly introducing the basic definitions of twistor theory, which might provide an "elegant formalism for both general relativity and quantum theory. Roger Penrose was first led to the concept of twistors in his investigation of the structure of ...more>>

  11. 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 ...more>>

  12. 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 ...more>>

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