Browsing previous knots in the braid
Below is a list of all the links collected by KaBoL since it first started in
1996, in reverse chronological order. If you are looking for something
specific, you might want to try our
A page dedicated to "Anthropic reasoning" which involves concepts such as probability, objective chance, rationality, and observers. Check out problems such as the Doomsday argument.
Une belle collection d'énigmes de logique, mathématiques amusantes et autres jeux d'esprit.
Game theory .net is an eclectic resource for educators and students of game theory. Beyond lecture notes and links to text books, the site contains interactive applets and games demonstrating key concepts. There is even a section on game theory in the movies.
Eric Weeks describes a method of making interesting non-moiré patterns. Check out his pages on Lissajou figures, Polar Flowers, and Spirals as well.
Why should we switch to the hexadecimal system? A basic argument against the tyrrany of ten!
This is an archive of John Allen Paulos' mathematics columns for abcNEWS.com. Click here for the most recent column.
|Distances on a cube|
Henry Bottomley's applet allows you to calculate distances on the surface of a cubical box, which are related to the Spider and Fly problem, the Ant problem, and the Surface Distance Conjecture. Also check out Circumnavigating a cube and a tetrahedron!
|Digital Mathematics Archive|
A digital collection of more recent mathematical sources (from late 19th century) including papers, images, and source code.
Scott Sona Snibbe uses a retro-reflective floor to display the Voronoi diagram of people walking on it, exploring notions of personal space and individual-group relations.Check out also Scott's other projects.
This is a freely accessible electronic journal on classical euclidean geometry and related areas which aims at bringing to its readers the beauty, elegance, and usefulness of elementary geometry.
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