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  1. MERLOT Mathematics Portal - MERLOT (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching)
    Free higher-education online teaching materials, and a user community centered around those materials. Free registration allows users to create, contribute, collect, and comment on resources, or become a peer reviewer or guest speaker. The site offers ...more>>

  2. Mirror Curves - Slavik Jablan, Mathematical Institute, Belgrade
    Making art by repeating a curve to make a more complicated design, by symmetry/reflection. This paper illustrates Tamil threshold designs, Lunda and Chokwe sand drawings, and the knots/curves of Leonardo da Vinci. ...more>>

  3. Mirror Puzzles - Erich's Puzzle Palace; Erich Friedman
    Each square in the grids shown contains either a person lost in the hall of mirrors, or a diagonal mirror. The numbers at the sides of the square indicate how many people can be seen from that location when looking either horizontally or vertically. The ...more>>

  4. Miscellaneous: projection, modelling, rendering - Paul Bourke
    Projection and displays, data visualization, photography and image manipulation, signal processing, and more. ...more>>

  5. MMach 1.3: Khoros 2.1 Toolbox on Mathematical Morphology - Adriano Nagelschmidt Rodrigues, Junior Barrera, Roberto de Alencar Lotufo, Roberto Hirata Jr.
    Mathematical morphology is a general theory that studies decompositions of operators between complete lattices in terms of some families of simple operators: dilations, erosions, anti-dilations and anti-erosions. This theory is largely used in computer ...more>>

  6. Mobius - Paul Doherty
    A Mobius strip is a band of paper that's deceptively simple in its appearance and exceptionally twisted in its properties. This activity is organized into an introduction, materials required, warming up, "what's going on?" and tools for further study, ...more>>

  7. Modularity in Art - Slavik Jablan, Mathematical Institute, Belgrade
    Jablan uses the word "modularity" to refer to the process of making art by repeating a simple block, tile, or motif to make a more complicated design, by symmetry/reflection and/or tessellation. This site includes a paper on such art and its math, linked ...more>>

  8. The Moebius Strip - Jan Garner
    An exercise on making a Moebius strip (a loop of paper with a half twist in it). How to make it, what to do with it, where to find it on the Web. ...more>>

  9. The Moebius Strip (SMILE) - Arnita Newton, Kenwood Academy
    A lesson that investigates mathematical patterns using the Moebius Strip. From the Recreational and Creative Math section of a collection of almost 200 single concept lessons by the Science and Mathematics Initiative for Learning Enhancement. ...more>>

  10. Monocosm: Introduction to Linear Xenology - Vladimir Trifonov; American Mathematical Society (AMS)
    A Topos-Theoretic Approach to the Foundations of Physics. The Four-Dimensionality Problem: Why does observable spacetime look four-dimensional? is related to the Compactification Problem. The Effective Metric Signature Problems: Why is the metric of signature ...more>>

  11. More than Just a Plane Game - Ivars Peterson (MathTrek)
    When topologists started to explore the world of geometric forms in higher dimensions, they found that neither the intuition nor the vocabulary of ordinary geometry was sufficient to describe and classify the new forms they discovered. They introduced ...more>>

  12. Mudd Math Fun Facts - Francis E. Su; Mathematics Dept., Harvey Mudd College
    A site developed as a resource for professors wishing to enrich their courses with mathematical 'fun facts': more than 100 5-minute math tidbits that can be used at the beginning of class to get students interested in mathematics. They are best used in ...more>>

  13. New York Journal of Mathematics (NYJM) - Mark Steinberger, Editor in Chief
    Fully searchable research and university-level articles, such as "A Mathematical Theory of Origami Constructions and Numbers." With instructions for authors. ...more>>

  14. The Novel Polyhedra of Albert P. Carpenter - Albert P. Carpenter
    A series of videos of slides exploring Exploded, Crown, Open and Lattice Polyhedra. See also Carpenter's YouTube channel of Structural Geometric Topology. ...more>>

  15. NSDL Middle School Portal: Math Pathway - NSDL; the Ohio State University
    A middle school portal into NSDL's math resources, browsable by topic, or choose a pre-selected set of resources on given subjects. ...more>>

  16. Numericana.com - Gérard P. Michon
    The online companion of Numericana, this site contains excerpts from Michon's book, including the entire glossary of scientific terms. Browse an index with pithy summaries, browse by popularity, or search nearly two hundred of his "final answers" of readers' ...more>>

  17. On Randall- Sundrum Model brane detuning and hyperspace drives - Doctor Paul Karl Hoiland
    By invoking known constraints on Brane Models in general that follow current Standard Model requirements of Supersymmetry I will show that some of the more recent modification to the Randall-Sundrum Model do not actual predict the ability to exist off ...more>>

  18. On the Minimax Sphere Eversion - Rob Kusner, Mathematics and GANG, Univ. of Massachussetts at Amherst
    A brief paper describing the evolution of the animation of the minimax sphere eversion. Does not include the animation itself. ...more>>

  19. Optical Illusions (SandlotScience.com) - SandlotScience
    Interactive explorations of optical effects, illusions, distortions, animations, artwork, stories, PDF projects, games, and more. Impossible objects include columns, an endless staircase and animated stairs, Java triangle models, an interlaced tri-bar, ...more>>

  20. Other Maths - Jon Perry
    Notes, applets, and proofs on a variety of open problems and conjectures: roots of x^p, highest power of 2 that divides ab + bc + ca, a prime product paradox, consecutive integers, (n + 1)!, Collatz, n-secting a line, the first lower digit, Fibonacci, ...more>>

  21. Papers on Riemannian Geometry - Alan Weinstein
    Papers written by graduate students in the course Math 240, Riemannian Geometry, in the Spring Semester of 1995 at the Univ. of California at Berkeley. Each paper is either a survey of an area or a tutorial essay in a topic related to riemannian geometry. ...more>>

  22. Parallel Coordinates - Alfred Inselberg
    Download articles, read a course syllabus, and see images about a method for visualizing multi-dimensional spaces with industry applications that have included visual and automatic (classification) data mining, optimization, GIS, process control, decision ...more>>

  23. Pass Calculus - Le Site PassCalculus.com
    Calculus question solution service. Solutions offered via email, phone, or fax; quotes are free; payment by credit card. Sample solutions and FAQ online. ...more>>

  24. Pete L. Clark
    Course notes, open problems, publications and preprints by Clark, who teaches at the University of Georgia, and does research primarily in number theory and arithmetic geometry. See, in particular, Clark's freely downloadable PDF expositions on commutative ...more>>

  25. Physics Forums
    Discussions emphasize physics, but "PF" also includes an entire directory on mathematics: General Math; Calculus & Analysis; Differential Equations; Linear & Abstract Algebra; Topology & Geometry; Set Theory, Logic, Probability, and Statistics; ...more>>

  26. Powell's Books
    Located in Portland, Oregon, USA; the largest independent bookseller in the United States, specializing in technical books and new, used, hard-to-find, and antiquarian titles. An extensive subject and keyword list is available - search database of titles, ...more>>

  27. Problems in Topological Graph Theory - Dan Archdeacon
    An ongoing list of open questions in topological graph theory, to which the author invites contributions. Classical questions on genus; coloring graphs and maps; drawings and crossings; paths, cycles, and matchings; symmetries; locally planar embeddings; ...more>>

  28. Project List - Thomas Banchoff
    Projects: a remake of The Flat Torus in the Three-Sphere, a film originally created in 1968; "Complex Function Graphs"; self-linking of curves on the 3-sphere; "Monge and Desargues, Identified" (requires the Geometer's Sketchpad); a "sketchpad" for spherical ...more>>

  29. The Quadray Papers - Kirby Urner, 4D Solutions
    An Introduction to Quadrays. The game of quadrays starts with a regular tetrahedron and four rays pointing from its center to the four corners; these or any ray built from these rays are labelled 4-tuples - i.e. four numbers separated by commas and enclosed ...more>>

  30. Query Interface to the Contents of the Mathematics Archives - University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK)
    Search software, abstracts and reviews; teaching materials, etc. by keyword. ...more>>

  31. Recycling Topology - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    It's hard to miss the triangle of three bent arrows that signifies recycling. It appears in newspapers and magazines and on bottles, envelopes, cardboard cartons, and other containers. But have you noticed that there are two versions of this ubiquitous ...more>>

  32. Robert Abbott's Mazes - Robert Abbott
    Two very difficult puzzles programmed by Oriel Maxime and based on mazes in Abbott's books: the Sliding Door Maze, and Theseus and the Minotaur. Also a collection of reviews of the books SuperMazes and Mad Mazes, with more puzzles (but nothing interactive), ...more>>

  33. The Roman Press, Inc. - Steven Roman
    Home page of a California mathematics professor, including research articles, books and textbooks, and software. ...more>>

  34. sarah-marie belcastro's home page - Sarah-Marie Belcastro
    From one of the authors of Making Mathematics with Needlework: "I seem to have become a topological graph theorist while I wasn't looking. I am also interested in convex and combinatorial geometry, algebraic geometry, topology, algebra, the geometry of ...more>>

  35. Sciences exactes / Mathématiques - Encyclopédie Hachette Multimédia En Ligne
    Recherche Mathématiques par thème: Mathématiciens et logiciens; Mathématiques générales; Logique; Algèbre; Topologie; Analyse; Géométrie; Cinématique; Statistiques; Probabilités; ...more>>

  36. Scientific Graphics Project - MSRI - David Hoffman; Mathematical Sciences Research Institute
    A geometry catalogue of Minimal Surfaces (The Gauss Map, The Weierstrass Formula, Conformal Mapping, Stereographic Projection, and an extensive Minimal Surfaces Index); CMC Surfaces; Level Surfaces (Level Sets Approximating Minimal Surfaces, Curvature ...more>>

  37. Search for Math on the Internet - The Math Forum
    Keyword search of all searchable archives, Newsgroup archives, Dr. Math archives, Problems of the Week, Internet Math Library, or any combination thereof. ...more>>

  38. Search New York Journal of Mathematics (NYJM) - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, State University of New York (SUNY) at Albany
    Search the contents of all years of the journal, or search individual years, 1994-present. ...more>>

  39. SHAPES - XOX Corporation
    Providing advanced C/C++ libraries and applets for application developers in GeoScience, CAE, CAD, Medicine, and other industries that require geometry and topology. Their primary product is Shapes®, a geometry system. Site offers contact and product ...more>>

    Search more than 250,000 files in the former Virtual Software Library: first select the platform of your choice, then enter the word or filename to search for. You may also search for files in a specific archive here by first selecting the archive of ...more>>

  41. Sites with Problems Administered by Others - Math Forum
    Problems of the week or month: a page of annotated links to weekly/monthly problem challenges and archives hosted at the Math Forum but administered by others, and to problems and archives elsewhere on the Web, color-coded for the level(s) of the problems ...more>>

  42. Sketches of Topology - Kenneth Baker
    Visualizations, often created with Sketchup, of low dimensional topology. Blog posts, which date back to November, 2007, have included "Twisted Saddles," "Scharlemann cycles," "Long Disks and Lopsided Bigons," "Ko Honda's Octahedral Relation," "Berge ...more>>

  43. Sliders - Cut the Knot!, Alexander Bogomolny, with Don Greenwell
    A variation of the Fifteen puzzle invented by Sam Loyd in the early 1870's: puzzles on graphs, including a proof independent of Wilson's theorem that all Lucky 7 permutations are possible; and variations of Sliders, a Fifteen-like puzzle that can be played ...more>>

  44. Software (Mathematics Archives) - University of Tennessee, Knoxville (UTK)
    An extensive collection of links to software, with abstracts and reviews, organized in four different ways: by platform (Macintosh, MSDOS) and then by subject; interactive texts (using a commercial package such as Mathematica, Maple or Mathkit to interact ...more>>

  45. Some Planar Isospectral Domains - Buser, Conway, Doyle, Semmler
    A paper on isospectral pairs of plane domains, and a particularly simple method of proving isospectrality. One example is a pair of domains that are not only isospectral but homophonic, showing that one really can't hear the shape of a drum. With a gallery ...more>>

  46. Sommer Cube - Michael Sommer
    The faces of the modular Sommer Cube (S3) feed into twisted conduits that comprise a three-dimensional, tunnelling maze. The website provides example arrangements and construction questions such as "Given that a ball must exit at the lowest S3 level and ...more>>

  47. Sprouts for Spring - Ivars Peterson (MathLand)
    The game of sprouts has a way of growing on you. This two-person, pencil-and-paper game is simple enough that children can play it. Yet its intricacies provide much food for mathematical thought. The players start with a certain number of dots scattered ...more>>

  48. Surfaces (Geometry and the Imagination) - Conway, Doyle, Gilman, Thurston; The Geometry Center
    A surface, or 2-manifold, is a shape any small enough neighborhood of which is topologically equivalent to a neighborhood of a point in the plane. For instance, a the surface of a cube is a surface topologically equivalent to the surface of a sphere. ...more>>

  49. Symmetry and Orbifolds (Geometry and the Imagination) - Conway, Doyle, Gilman, Thurston; The Geometry Center
    Given a symmetric pattern, what happens when you identify equivalent points? You get an object with interesting topological and geometrical properties, called an orbifold... hearts, paper dolls, wave patterns, quotient orbifolds, Moebius bands. ...more>>

  50. Theory and Applications of Categories (TAC) - Robert Rosebrugh, Ed.; Mount Allison University
    The all-electronic, refereed journal on Category Theory, categorical methods and their applications in the mathematical sciences. The scope of the journal includes: all areas of pure category theory, including higher dimensional categories; applications ...more>>

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