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
|Math in Technology|
The table on this page allows one to view information by area and topic of how mathematics is applied in technology. A nice site for those students who are practical minded, but fail to see the usefulness of mathematics in their classes.
|Experimental Mathematics Website|
This site, put together by the authors of "Mathematics by Experiment", is a collection of resources for experimental mathematics. One can download abridged versions of their two books on experimental math, as well as software that is often used in such investigations.
|Pronunciation Guide to Mathematicians|
A guide on how to pronounce the names of mathematicians frequently encountered by undergraduate students in mathematics.
|The Geometry Junkyard|
This site, put together by David Eppstein, contains "usenet clippings, web pointers, lecture notes, research excerpts, papers, abstracts, programs, problems, and other stuff related to discrete and computational geometry." A nice resource for people who like geometry.
|The Euler Archive|
From the site: "The Euler Archive is an online resource for Leonhard Euler's original works and modern Euler scholarship. This dynamic library and database provides access to original publications, and references to available translations and current research."
|MIT OpenCourseWare - Mathematics|
Access mathematics course materials from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with MIT OpenCourseWare - "a free and open educational resource for faculty, students, and self-learners around the world."
From the site homepage: "...MathFrog, a free mathematics site of Fun Resources and Online Games for parents, teachers and students in grades 4, 5, and 6."
|Pascal's Triangle from Top to Bottom|
The goal of this site is to be a comprehesive resource for people wanting to study Pascal's triangle, from high school students to working mathematicians.
|Electronic Geometry Models|
This site is an archive of geometric models from such subjects as differential geometry, convex geometry, computational geometry, topology, and numerics, among others. Each model submitted undergoes a review process for mathematical relevance, technical quality, and formal correctness. The models may be used for educational and research purposes.
|The Grothendieck Circle|
The Grothendieck Circle members aim to make publicly available material written by and about Alexandre Grothendieck, one of the preeminent mathematicians of the 20th century. They also aim to provide biographical material on Grothendieck's life and his origins.
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