- Abstract Algebra Online: This site
contains many definitions and theorems from an abstract algebra course based on the books:
*Abstract Algebra*, Second Edition, by John A. Beachy and William D. Blair; Waveland Press, P.O. Box 400, Prospect Heights, Illinois, 60070 and*Abstract Algebra II*, by John A. Beachy Copyright 1996, 160 pages; available in postscript format. - Group Pub Forum Home Page: This
web site acts as a clearing house for information about
**Group Theory**. It main feature, the mailing list**group-pub-forum@maths.bath.ac.uk**is for the discussion of any aspect of Group Theory. The reason for the name is that the spirit is supposed to be that of a conversation in a pub at a Group Theory conference. - Multidimensional Analysis: This page gives a brief introduction to Multidimensional Analysis, a generalization of linear algebra which incorporates ideas from dimensional analysis, useful to science and engineering.
- Dodecahedral Faces of M12

- Fixed Point Theory on the Web: Do we need to add something else?
- Global Analysis Research Center: The Global Analysis Research Center (GARC) was initiated in 1991 as one of the Science Research Center funded by the Korea Science and Engineering Foundation (KOSEF), and it was given an mark by KOSEF at its first three year evaluation in 1993.
- Differential Equations Resource Center: The aim of Differential Equations Resource Center to become the place where teachers and students of differential equations look first for the latest information.
- Interactive Real Analysis and Advance Calculus: An online, interactive textbook for Real Analysis or Advanced Calculus in one real variable. It deals with sets, sequences, series, continuity, differentiability, integrability (Riemann and Lebesgue), topology, and more.
- Unified Analysis - papers that explore a new point
of view on the calculus, inspired by the realization that a stronger

definition of the limit can banish divergence from the logical foundations of the subject. - On Convex and Subharmonic Functions - written by Ela-Chaim Cunzer, a victim of the Holocaust, in 1937.
- Chaotic Dynamics of f(x) = cxe^x
and f(x) = x^2 + c - includes fractal images, with a link to one

animated, mathematical development of the function f(x) = cxe^x.

- Geometry and the Imagination: A collection of handouts for a two-week summer workshop entitled 'Geometry and the Imagination', led by John Conway, Peter Doyle, Jane Gilman and Bill Thurston at The Geometry Center in Minneapolis, June 17-28, 1991.
- The Geometry Center: Center for the computation and visualization of geometric structures. Take also a look at the Gallery of Interactive Geometry.
- Research Papers in Geometry: Scientific papers written at the Geometry Center that use the unique aspects of hypertext to present information in a non-linear fashion. Many of these include movies or interactive pictures.
- On Euclid's Fifth Postulate: al-Haytham's Innovative "Proof"; and Omar Khayyam's Response: A brief history of the postulate, the inventive "proof" by Ibn al-Haytham, and Omar Khayyam's comments upon its validity.
- Virtual Polyhedra: A growing collection of over 850 virtual reality polyhedra for you to explore.
- Hopf Topology Archive: The Hopf archive is a preprint server for papers in algebraic topology.
- Geometry and Topology Address Book: This menu offers searchable Web and WAIS access to the list of email addresses in geometry and topology maintained by Andrew Nicas and others.
- Center for Geometry Analysis Numerics and Graphics (GANG): An interdisciplinary Differential Geometry research team in the Mathematics Department, College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, at the University of Massachusetts Amherst.
- Topology Atlas: A multipurpose center for electronic distribution of information related to topology.
- Geometry in Action: This page collects various areas in which ideas from discrete and computational geometry (meaning mainly low-dimensional Euclidean geometry) meet some real world applications.
- The Knot Square: A collection of knots and links, viewed from a (partly) mathematical perspective.
- http://bianchi.umd.edu: A galleries of surfaces and curves.
- http://www.math.uga.edu/~djb/archive.html

- Historia Mathematica Homepage: This is the editor's homepage of the journal Historia Mathematica.
- MacTutor History of Mathematics archive
- Mathematicians of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
- Math Pages: History of Mathematics: A variety of articles on the History of Mathematics.
- A History of Mathematics at Rutgers: The history of the Mathematics Department at Rutgers University.
- The History of Mathematics on the World Wide Web: A collection of links dealing with the History of Mathematics.

- The Mathematics of Fermat's Last Theorem: Presents an overview of some of the mathematics that has either been developed over the years to try to solve the problem (directly or indirectly) or else which has been found to be relevant.
- Fermat's Last Theorem: An Introduction to the History of Fermat's Last Theorem.
- Elliptic Curves: A collection of links on research articles on elliptic curves and related topics (applications, modular forms, FLT).
- Some History of the
Shimura-Taniyama Conjecture: In this paper Serge Lang deal specifically with the
history of the conjecture which asserts that every elliptic curve over
**Q**(the field of rational numbers) is modular. - Mersenne Primes: History, Theorems and Lists: A site dedicated Marin Mersenne, a French Mathematician from the 16th century. In this site you find a recounts the history of Mersenne primes, notes about the search of Mersenne Primes and why they are important in mathematics and cryptography.
- Algebraic Number Theory Archives: The preprint archives for papers in Algebraic Number Theory and Arithmetic Geometry.

- Math Search: Search a collection of over 90,000 documents on English-language mathematics and statistics servers across the Web. You will find University and Research level documents mostly.
- Quantum Lie Algebras: The aim of this page is to give a comprehensive overview of the literature in Quantum Lie Algebras.
- Unsolved Problems: A collection of unsolved mathematics problems.
- Dynamical Systems Homepage: Page dedicted to Dynamical Systems from the Institute for Mathematical Sciences, SUNY at Stony Brook.
- FSU-Math e-print Archive: The latest production of members of the mathematics department at Florida State University.
- Math Pages-Most Wanted List: list of elementary unsolved problems.
- The Erdös Number Project: The home page for the Erdös Number Project.
- Berkeley Preliminary Exams: Those PhD exams!
- The MathSoft Math Puzzle Page: The
MathSoft Math Puzzle Page, a service of MathSoft, Inc. and the Massachusetts Institute of
Technology's
*Technology Review*. Mathematical puzzles featured here have been previously published in Allan Gottlieb's column in the Tech Review. Solutions should preferably use Mathcad software. - Frequently Asked Question in Mathematics:
- Mathematics on the Internet: A collection of mathematical links
- Matematica on the Web: Italian Site. Questa pagina č dedicata a studenti delle scuole superiori o universitari ed eventualmente anche a professori che si trovano di fronte a problemi di matematica che non riescono a risolvere consultando i normali libri di testo e a tutti coloro che vogliono parlare di matematica attraverso internet.
- The Fédération Francaise de Jeux Mathématiques et Logiqes(FFJM)
- Sloane's On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences
- Lista de servidores matemáticos en México: Mexican Mathematical Servers.
- David R. Wilking Home Page: Some links of interest to mathematicians
- The Beal Conjecture and Prize: Read about this new problem related to Fermat's last theorem.
- Complexity on line: Complexity On-line is a scientific information network about complex systems. You will find access to sites, publications (including the Complexity On-line Journal ) and other sources of interest.
- K-theory Preprint Archives: The preprint archives for papers in K-theory.
- Mathematics Essays - on topics at the college and graduate level. Mostly culled from the Usenet group sci.math.

- Differential Equations: A Resource Center in aimed to become the place where teachers and students of Differential Equations look first for the latest information.
- The Integrator: Symbolic computation of integrals.
- Amortrix: Amortrix is a table manipulation program created to help students quickly understand the properties of amortization tables and matrices.
- Scientific Notebook: The latest system for creating and reading scientific documents on your computer and over the Web.
- Carlson's Fractal Gallery
- Mathematical Resources on the Web
- The Math Forum: Resources for elementary to high school teachers and students.
- Ask Dr. Math: If you have a question related to math between kinder and college, just ask Dr. Math.
- Go Math: If you are a Math student at High School,
GoMath is for you. This site provides lesson schedules, discussions, bulletin boards and
an online library of resources for high-school students learning math. You will also find
links to high-school pages on the Internet.

- The International Mathematical Union (IMU)
- The International Commission on the History of Mathematics (ICHM)
- Unione Matematica Italiana
- London Mathematical Society
- The page of the American Mathematical Society
- The page of the Mathematical Association of America
- Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- The Canadian Mathematical Society
- Sociedad Matemática de Chile
- Sociedad Matemática Mexicana
- TUG

- American Journal of Mathematics The oldest mathematics journal in the Americas.
- Bulletin of the American Mathematical Society Contains expository articles, book reviews, and research reports.
- Notices of the American Mathematical Society Contains articles on current mathematical research.
- Topology Proceedings: The electronic version.

- International Centre for Theoretical Physics: The ICTP located in Trieste, Italy wants to foster the growth of advanced studies and research in the developing countries.
- European Laboratory for Particle Physics: The European
Laboratory for Particle Physics, located near Geneva in Switzerland and France is the
birthplace of the
**World-Wide Web**. - AMATYC Online: American Mathematical Association of Two-Year Colleges
- Association of Teachers of Mathematics: Aims to relate mathematical education more closely to the powers and needs of the learner.
- National Council of Teachers of Mathematics: Dedicated to the improvement of mathematics education and to meeting the needs of teachers of mathematics.
- Institute of Mathematics and its Applications: The IMA is a forum for qualified and practising mathematicians and our aims are to promote mathematics and its applications in all sectors: industry, commerce, education, the public sector and research.
- COMAP: A non-profit organization committed to reforming mathematics education from elementary through undergraduate school.

- sci.math.research - A newsgroup for professional mathematicians.
- sci.math.symbolic - Do you use one of those symbolic math programs? If you do, this is the newsgroup to join.
- Geometry Forum Newsgroup - Newsgroup dedicated to Geometry.
- Math-History-List - Discussion group dedicted to History of Mathematics.

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- Springer Verlag New York: Since 1842, throughout the scientific world, Springer-Verlag has established a reputation as a publisher of outstanding books and journals.
- Link (Springer) A new information service that the science publisher Springer has created for the Internet.
- Springer. Mathematics books from the German publisher Springer
- Cambridge University Press: The New York Branch of this old publisher.
- Oxford University Press: Oxford University Press is the world's largest university press.
- Academic Press: is one of the largest commercial publishers in the United States for scientific information, and is known throughout the international scientific community.
- Princeton University Press: The fundamental mission of Princeton University Press is to disseminate scholarship (through books, journals, and in the future, electronic media) both within academia and to society at large.
- McGraw-Hill Companies They are one of the largest global educational publishers, selling books, multimedia and learning programs in all major academic disciplines to the primary, secondary, higher education, professional and English language teaching markets throughout the world.
- Marcel Dekker, Inc: Publishing quality and timely information for the Scientific, Medical and Technical Community throughout the World.
- SIAM: The Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics.
- John Wiley & Sons, Inc.: John Wiley & Sons, Inc., develops, publishes, and sells products in print and electronic media for the educational, professional, scientific, technical, medical, and consumer markets worldwide.
- CRC Press: They are leading publishers of essential information for the global scientific, business, professional, and technical markets.
- Thomson Publishers and Imprints: A group of Publisher which includes among others Brooks/Cole, Chapman & Hall, PWS Publishing Company, TCI Software Research, Wadsworth Publishing Co.
- Adisson Wesley Longman: A leading publisher in the
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