## Department and staff, research interests, courses offered and material relating directly to courses such as lecture overheads. Research interests include mathematical optics, bush fire simulation, biomedical fluid dynamics and criminology.

- The American Mathematical Society home page. Includes information on Mathematics on the Web, Science Policy, Education, Professional Information and Services, and Conferences.

- A home page for Bartlett corrections and their extensions, an important area of research in mathematical statistics. Contains useful information and retrievable papers.

- Describes several of the free batch queueing systems available for free, or nearly so, on the internet.

- The Web service of the Canadian Mathematical Community. Includes mathematics resources for research mathematicians, undergraduate, graduate, and post-graduate students, and educators in K-12 and post-secondary mathematics. Also has information on Women in Mathematics and career listings.

- Click and Learn regression is an interactive program which is designed to teach regression analysis to the average person.

- Resources for Computational Geometry. Includes links to other sites, indexes, literature, newsgroups and software.

- Information on constraint-based systems. Includes a directory of people interested in constraints, conferences, newsgroups, mailing lists, and related topics.

- This service provides starting points for using the World-Wide Web for mathematical research. Includes information services, software, publishing, and other services.

- Some samples of the visualizations and animations done by the application specialists on mathematics at CSC.

- Files consisting of handouts for algebra, trigonometry and calculus classes. Also included are Mathcad files which can be downloaded or read with Mathbrowser. Contains links to various optics, physics and math servers.

- This is a collection of .fli and .gif files of mathematical models created in Quickbasic, ported to Autocad and composed in 3D Studio.

- Reports, books, and information about the Colloquium. Includes pointers to books, lecture notes, surveys, and personal WWW home pages of complexity theorists.

- Contains information about European Mirror of the Electronic Journal of Combinatorics and the World Combinatorics Exchange, which are officially mirrored and regularly updated at FIZ Karlsruhe, Dept. of Math. & Computer Science, Berlin, Germany.

- The sci.math FAQ contains a set of topics of interest to professional and amateur mathematicians. The FAQ is maintained by Alex Lopez-Ortiz.

- A gallery of interactive geometry exhibits. Includes a Penrose tile exhibit, a pinball-style game, and an interactive editor for symmetric patterns of the plane, as seen in some of the woodcuts of M.C. Escher.

- The Geometry Center is a mathematics research and education center at the University of Minnesota. It is funded by the National Science Foundation. Includes a listing of resources available at the center.

- The Geometry Forum is a server devoted to all aspects of geometry and its teaching. Also includes geometry-related archives.

- This page collects various areas in which ideas from discrete and computational geometry meet some real world applications. It contains brief descriptions of those applications and the geometric questions arising from them, as well as pointers to web pages and other sources of further information.

- The Geometry Literature Database is a BiBTeX database of papers in computational geometry, maintained as a collective effort by members of the computational geometry community.

- A listing of mathemathics resources on the Web. Includes guides to software, newsgroups, and mathematics sites.

- Visual numerics is searching for C++ developers to beta test the upcoming beta release of the IMSL signal processing Module for C++ and the IMSL Business Chart Module for C++.

- The CSC TopMath collects hypertext links to information services about mathematics submitted by mathematicians on the Internet. You can visit a site shown in the list, and you are free to add your own sites.

- Contains lists of mathematics organizations, mathematics information servers, quick reference links, and archives.

- A listing of mathematics information servers. Includes mathematics department Web servers, topics of general interest, and some related topics.

- Contains information on Specialized Fields, Mathematics Department Web Servers, General Resources, Mathematical Software Index, Mathematics Gophers, Mathematics Newsgroups, Preprints, Electronic Journals, and High School Servers.

- On this page, the center tries to identify and list all sources of mathematics problems on the Internet and related information.

- A collection of over 550 biographies of mathematicians and documents on the development of mathematics. Maintained by the University of St. Andrews, St. Andrews, Scotland.

- A three-year teaching technology project whose aim is to produce 17 computer based modules in a variety of Operational Research subjects.

- This page gives a brief introduction to Multidimensional Analysis, a generalization of linear algebra, which incorporates ideas from dimensional analysis. Contains a basic overview of the subject with links to technical papers containing a more detailed analysis of the subject.

- Information about NATO ASI: Fractal Image Encoding and Analysis, bringing together researchers in fractal image encoding and analysis to discuss recent results in these fields.

- This online Geometry Forum is an effort to keep teachers, students, and others in touch with electronic happenings in the world of geometry.

- Pseudo Random Number Generation and the pLab project, concerned with theoretical and empirical aspects of random number generation. Publications, software and results on our Web+ftp server as well as list of references on random number generation and stochastic simulation.

- Schur is a stand alone C program for interactively calculating properties of Lie groups and symmetric functions. Schur has been designed to answer questions of relevance to a wide range of problems of special interest to chemists, mathematicians and physicists.

- This site contains links and information on all aspects of semigroup theory, from the algebraic theory to the topological theory, to the theory of operator semigroups.

- The undergraduate page is sponsored by The Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics. It is part of SIAM's efforts to serve the mathematics and industrial communities and offer another way to bring the two together. This page contains a link to The Society of Industrial and Applied Mathematics home page.

- Automated mathematical computations. SAC research usually combines mathematics with advanced computing techniques.

- Los Alamos National Laboratory site. T-7 members perform analyses of nonlinear systems, focusing on applied mathematics, numerical analysis and theoretical physics research that supports the Laboratory's programs.

- An online encyclopedia under construction by the Operations Research Group (ORG) at the Department of Mathematics, The University of Melbourne. WORMS' main objective is to complement the formal On-Line activities of OR/MS Societies world-wide. Includes draft sample entries.

- The Workshop for Computer-Aided Tutoring (WCAT) is a laboratory facility for undergraduate students to enhance their learning of mathematics by using the latest computer technology. Maintained by Simon Frasier University.

- WORMS is a grassroots web site for operations research and management science operated by the Operations Research Group (ORG) at the Department of Mathematics, The University of Melbourne. Includes journals and letters, a Dynamic Programming slide show, and information on becoming a member.

- Xmorphia shows the variety of patterns that may be exhibited by a relatively simple parabolic partial differential equation.