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Fractals and Universal Spaces

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Databases

  • General Science (Abstracts &) Full Text
    Subject: Sciences
    Contains: Citations with abstracts to English language journal articles. Some full text articles available from 1995-.
    Coverage dates: 1984-present
  • MathSciNet
    Subject: Mathematics
    Contains:Citations to the world's mathematical literature.
    Coverage: 1940 to present.
  • Web of Science
    Subjects: Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences
    Contains: Citations and abstracts. Citation mapping
    Coverage: Sciences: 1990 to Present
    Social Sciences 1900 to present
    Arts/Humanities 1975 to present

Links

Wolfram’s Function Site

This site contains a huge encyclopedic collection of information about mathematical functions. The site also details the interrelationships between the special functions of mathematical physics and the elementary functions of mathematical analysis as well

  • AMS Homepage
    (American Mathematical Society) Probably the best starting point for finding mathematical resources. Includes MRef, a tool for creating references with links to MathSciNet, AMS mathematics calendar, MR subject classifications, and more.
  • Awards and Prizes in Mathematics
    (University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign) Awards and prizes available for those working in the field of mathematics
  • Biographies of Women Mathematicians
    Biographical essays or comments on the women mathematicians profiled on this site, as well as additional resources about women in mathematics.
  • Ethno Mathematics Digital Library
    EDL provides access to online resources worldwide. There are about 700 items in the collection. This website is no longer being updated. Organized by subject (games and toys, geometric patterns, zero, etc), geographic area, and cultural group.
  • Famous Curves Index
    Click on the name of a curve to see its history and some of its associated curves

  • Finite Mathematics & Applied Calculus
    Tutorials for calculus ad finite math.
  • Game Theory.net
    A resource for educators and students of game theory.
  • GIF and PNG Images for Math Symbols
    “This is a collection of 1179 bit-mapped, 12-point, transparent images of mathematical letters and symbols, suitable for display on a web page. The bit maps attempt to resemble standard fonts used by the LaTeX typesetting program. Each image is provided in both GIF (Graphics Interchange Format) and PNG (Portable Network Graphics) versions. For your convenience, the images are released to public domain, so there are no copyright issues to fuss with. Just use them any way you want, with or witho
  • MAA Homepage
    (Mathematical Association of America) A professional mathetics society which focuses primarily on undergraduate mathematics.
  • Math Forum (Drexel University)
    Provides resources, materials, activities, person-to-person interactions, and educational products and services that support teaching and learning
  • Mathematical Quotation Server
    "He is unworthy of the name of man who is ignorant of the fact that the diagonal of a square is incommensurable with its side." -- Plato
    A resource of quotes from famous mathematicians. Use the random quote finder to amuse yourself!
  • Mathematics Genealogy Project
    This project links the intellectual genealogy of mathematicians from generation to generation via the student dissertation advisor connection. Find the mathematical roots of your professors.
  • Visual Calculus
    A collection of modules that can be used in the studying or teaching of calculus. This website contains a collection of tutorials for all levels of Calculus. Each tutorial has one or more links to a computer application to accompany it. The technology links provided in each tutorial range from graphing calculators to 'Maple' to 'Live Math' and more.
 

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