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  1. The Accidental Mathematician - Izabella Laba
    Blog about "mathematics, academia, gender, and more" by a professor of mathematics at the University of British Columbia. Posts, which date back to October, 2007, have included "Women in Math, or Sisters Are Doing It for Themselves"; "The trouble with ...more>>

  2. Short Signal Harmonic Spectra and Approximation - Dmitriev E.V.
    The author writes: "Presently traditional ways to determine signal spectra are based on the expansion of functions in Fourier series or on their representation by Fourier integrals with applying a system of basis ORTHOGONAL functions. For the first time, ...more>>

  3. Tewodros Amdeberhan's Electronic Headquarters
    Tewodros Amdeberhan studies combinatorics, number theory, special functions, partial differential equations, computer algebra, algorithmic proof theory, and harmonic analysis. His articles on these topics, as well as some unpublished musings, are available ...more>>

  4. What's New - Terence Tao, UCLA
    Updates on Tao's research and expository papers, discussion of open problems, and other maths-related topics. Blog posts, which date to February, 2007, have included "Riemannian manifolds and curvature" and "Sailing into the wind, or faster than the wind" ...more>>


 
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