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
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You will find some very interesting articles on this site which explore the relationship between mathematics and the arts, anthropology, history, literature, philosophy, music and religion.
|The Garden of ORIGAMI|
This site looks at mathematics, history, and design as it relates to paper folding and contains many links to other origami resources. Start your journey by clicking on "Fly-Over".
A little mathematical puzzle: your goal is to recover a disordered photo by finding the inverse affine transformation. It is also available in English.
|Exactly How Is Math Used In Technology?|
Very nicely organized examples of how different areas of math are used in various areas of technology. Most topics include questions and solutions.
|Life by Numbers|
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A prime time television series that puts a spot light on ... mathematics! This is a website that provides a preview of what the series will be like; it includes segments on the uses of mathematics in sports, entertainment, communications, global economics, local politics, medical research, cartography and oceanography.
|Favorite Mathematical Constants|
This site is a previous winner, which somehow became a missing link. This week we braid it back into our collection.
|Famous Equations and Inequalities|
A collection of particularily important and intriguing equations. Also, check out Peter Alfeld's Home Page for some great Interactive applets.
|Paul Bourke: Geometry|
This geometry page is part of Paul Bourke's impressive site. There are lots of little gems to be found here!
|Selected Topics in Mathematics|
Together with students at the University of Alberta, Felynx Cougati has put together a library of interactive and multimedia math materials. Topics include: Space and Dimension, Algebraic Topology, and Linear Maps.
|Mathematicians of the African Diaspora|
This site includes profiles of black mathematicians as well as a history exhibiting the accomplishments of the peoples of Africa and the African Diaspora within the Mathematical Sciences.
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