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Mathematics Archives  
An archive of math related stuff. Materials available on the Mathematics Archives are classified into five main categories: * Topics in Mathematics - Teaching materials, software, WWW links organized by Mathematical Topics. Searchable database. * Software - Public domain and shareware software, links to other software sites. * Teaching Materials - Calculus Resources On-line, Emerging Scholars Program, Graphing Calculators, JAVA and Other Interactive WWW Pages, K-12 Teaching Materials, Lessons, Tutorials and Lecture Notes, Visual Calculus, etc. * Other Math Archives Features - Electronic Proceedings of Conferences: AMATYC, the CTM and the ICTCM, POPMathematics, Project NEXT, SMMEA, UTK Mathematical Life Sciences Archives, etc. * Other Links - Links to other mathematics related sites and sites of interest to students and teachers of mathematics.
Submitted: Jul 11, 1999
Best Software - Scientific Calculator  
For simple calculations or complex scientific equations - use it anytime! Available at any time to add, subtract, multiply divide and more - all with a printed tape that you can edit!
Submitted: Oct 09, 2003
3DMath Explorer  
3DMath Explorer is a computer program that pilots 2D and 3D graphs of mathematical functions and curves in unlimited graphing space. It has many useful feature such as 3D curve ploting in real time, perspective drawing, graph scaling (zooming), active graph rotation, fogging effect, cubic draw, unlimited space ploting, four view plot screen, auto rotate animation, drawing many curves in the same screen,working with many graph screen etc...
Submitted: Nov 05, 2004
EqWorld - The World of Mathematical Equations  
Extensive info on algebraic, ordinary differential, partial differential, integral, and functional equations: exact solutions and methods. Articles, handbooks, monographs, textbooks, references, auxiliary sections, software, and others.
Submitted: Apr 28, 2005
All Type of Mathamatics Information  
This site has many tools to solve some mathamatics problems.
Submitted: Apr 02, 2005
Scientific Web - Comparison of mathematical programs for data analysis  
This comparison should give an overview about the functionality, the availability for different operating systems and the speed of mathematical programs for analyzing huge or very huge data sets in mathematical, statistical or graphical ways. The focus of this test is therefor set to mathematical functions which are mainly used in economics, financial analysis, biology, chemistry, physics and some other subjects where the numerical analyze of data is very important.
Submitted: Jun 18, 1999
Abacus Math Writer  
MathWriter is a java stand-alone program that allows for the production of, Mathematical, Scientific and Engineering equations and formulae. Schoolteachers and Lecturers will find MathWriter useful for producing notes, reports and test papers.
Submitted: Apr 15, 2003
Bayesian Econometrics  
This book introduces the reader to the use of Bayesian methods in the field of econometrics at the advanced undergraduate or graduate level. It provides matlab programs for Bayesian Econometrics textbook: Bayesian regression, Metropolis-Hastings, Marginal Likelihood, Bayes factors, Gibbs-sampling, panel data, Chib method, nonparametric regression, empirical Bayes, model averaging.
Submitted: Apr 06, 2005
Binary Things  
Powerful scientific calculator and graphing software for Windows.
Submitted: Jun 24, 2004
Scientific Letter  
Original mail program that allows to create messages including complex equations.
Submitted: Jul 31, 2004
Factoring Algebra  
Presents instant answers to polynomial factorization, quadratic equations and other algebra related problems with just a flick of a finger.
Submitted: Jan 18, 2005
GIPALS - Linear programming environment  
Linear programming environment that incorporates large-scale linear programs solver and easy, intuitive graphical user interface to specify, import and solve any type of constrained optimization problems arising in various industrial, financial and educational areas. Optimization problems are stated as linear programs with UNLIMITED number of decision variables and constraints.
Submitted: Oct 16, 2004
TableCurve 3D  
TableCurve 3D gives scientists and engineers the power to find the ideal model for even the most complex data including equations that might never have been considered. TableCurve 3D's built-in equation set includes a wide array of linear and nonlinear models for any application.
Submitted: May 31, 2005
X-Bc - a GUI to bs, a Scientific Calculator  
X-Bc is a scientific calculator that lets input and output visible at any time for correction, comparation etc. It provides all kinds of functions (trigonometry, exponential, statistics, number theory etc.) as well as scientific constants. It is self-explaining and easy to use, so it doesn't disturb your scientific work (no sound, no colours, just functionality)
Submitted: Mar 10, 2003
On roots of polynomials  
In [1] this author presented a bibliography on roots of polynomials, covering most published works on this topic from the beginnings until approximately mid-1990. See [1] for some very brief remarks on the history and applications of the subject. Now we present a supplementary Bibliography. This contains references to works not included in the original Bibliography, either because they were not yet published, or because they had not yet been discovered by the author.
Submitted: Aug 20, 1999
EqWorld - The World of Mathematical Equations  
The international scientific-educational website EqWorld presents extensive information on ordinary differential, partial differential (mathematical physics), integral, functional, and other mathematical equations. Outlines exact solutions and some methods for solving equations, includes tables of solutions and interesting articles, gives links to math websites, lists useful handbooks, monographs, textbooks, journals, software, etc. The website contains over 1400 web pages. All resources presented on this site are free to its users.
Submitted: Feb 09, 2006
PeakFit helps you separate overlapping peaks by statistically fitting numerous peak functions to one data set which can help you find even the most obscure patterns in your data. The background can be fit as a separate polynomial, exponential, logarithmic, hyperbolic or power model.
Submitted: May 31, 2005
Matrix exponential differential equation algorithm.
Submitted: Apr 15, 2003
Welcome to Euler  
EULER is a program for quickly and interactively computing with real and complex numbers and matrices, or with intervals, in the style of MatLab, Octave,...
Submitted: Jun 08, 2005
CenterSpace Software  
.NET numerical libraries, including math and financial components, matrix and vector classes, and C# interfaces to the BLAS and LAPACK.
Submitted: Feb 10, 2003
FrameSolver 2D  
FrameSolver 2D for Windows is the easiest and the quickest way to model and analyze planar frames, trusses, and multi span beams.
Submitted: May 09, 2005
Mathematics program MathProf  
MathProf is an easy to use mathematics program within approximately 180 subroutines. MathProf can display mathematical correlations in a very clear and simple way. The program covers the areas Analysis, Geometry, Algebra, Stochastics,Vector algebra.
Submitted: Jul 16, 2006
Research Mathematics  
Dr. John A Hildebrant' notes accumulated from various classes over a period of time. Each of these include a complete set of notes, statements of theorems, definitions, etc., but no proofs are displayed.
Submitted: Dec 03, 2005
Axiom Computer Algebra System  
Axiom is a general purpose Computer Algebra system. It is useful for doing mathematics by computer and for research and development of mathematical algorithms. The Axiom Language provides a very high-level way to express abstract mathematical concepts that are collected in the Axiom Library which defines over 1,000 strongly-typed mathematical domains and categories.
Submitted: Dec 16, 2005
DM Math  
Articles and resources about dmmath.
Submitted: Apr 04, 2005
Validgh professional consulting  
This web site contains technical and business information relating to the validgh professional consulting practice of David G. Hough: system correctness evaluation; system performance evaluation; IEEE 754 floating-point arithmetic.
Submitted: Apr 11, 2000
A Modeling Language for Mathematical Programming. AMPL is a computer language for describing production, distribution, blending, scheduling and many other kinds of problems known generally as large-scale optimization or mathematical programming.
Submitted: Feb 05, 2007

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