Other
Mathematics Resources
1.
A
Catalog of Mathematics Resources on the WWW and the Internet
This web site provides a listing of mathematical resources on
the web. It leads users to web sites by geographical and topical
groupings. Many associations, organizations, and college/university
department sites are linked on this web page.
2.
Mathematics:
ERources Gateway
This is the University of Notre Dame's gateway. It provides
access to electronic journals and other reference and text information.
3.
Electronic
Library of Mathematics
This site contains free online journals and books in the field
of mathematics. It provides free and fast access to information.
4.
Number
Theory Web
This is a number theory web site that provides links to books
and number theorist sources, as well as, online lectures and problems.
5.
Dave's
Math Tables
This web site provides Mathematics reference tables in all areas
of the field. It has links to mathematics books available at Amazon.com.
It also contains a mathematics message board for answering mathematics
questions and a mathematics white board which is a chat box used
for teaching mathematics. It also goes through formulas, theorems,
tables, proofs, and graphs.
6.
Calculus
on the Web/COW
Provides recorded or unrecorded calculus sessions online. Contains
helpful hints in all areas of Calculus. The user goes in to solve
the problems with hints being offered if requested.
7.
Mathematics
Electronic Newsgroups and Listservs
This site lists resources of electronic newsgroup and Listservs
of interest to mathematicians.
8.
Ask
Dr. Math
Provides questions and answers on mathematics of college level
and beyond.
9.
Internet
Resources for the Mathematics Students
Designed for mathematics students, this site covers resources
on mathematics concepts, courses materials, utilities and toolkits
for calculus and graphing, and more.
10.
MathLink
This is a searchable site with a collection of over 200,000
documents on Englishlanguage mathematics and statistics servers
across the Web.
Complied
and edited by Sandhya Srivastava and Songqian Lu, 4/01.
