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Free Math  
links to free software code that executes mathematics routines.
Submitted: Aug 16, 2001
The ever-increasing advances in computer technology has enabled many in science and engineering to apply numerical methods to simulate physical phenomena. Numerical methods are often divided into elementary ones such as finding the root of an equation, integrating a function or solving a linear system of equations to intensive ones like the finite element method. Intensive methods are often needed for the solution of practical problems and they often require the systematic application of a range of elementary methods, often thousands or millions of times over. In the development of numerical methods, simplifications need to be made to progress towards a solution: for example general functions may need to be approximated by polynomials and computers cannot generally represent numbers exactly anyway. As a result, numerical methods do not usually give the exact answer to a given problem, or they can only tend towards a solution getting closer and closer with each iteration. Numerical
Submitted: Mar 27, 2001
VB routines for DSP, Mathematics and Graphics  
Italian site. Projects and programs for DSP, Mathematics and Graphics written in VB.
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
The Boundary Element Method  
The purpose of this site is to provide a resources on the Boundary Element Method (BEM). Libraries of subroutines on Laplace problems (electrostatics, steady state heat conduction and potental flow) and Helmholtz problems (acoustics, electromagnetics) in Fortran are available, many codes can be downloaded.
Submitted: Mar 27, 2001
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 features 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 screens etc.
Magic Graph  
Powerful and easy-to-use graphing tool for plotting and analysing graphs of mathematical functions. It is fully customizable, supports wide variety of functions and provides you with great analitical capabilities.
Submitted: Dec 10, 2002
Math Goodies: Free Interactive Math Lessons, Homework Help, Worksheets, Puzzles and Much More!  
Math Goodies is a free educational site featuring interactive math lessons, homework help, worksheets, puzzles, message boards and more! We have over 400 pages of free math activities and resources for teachers, students, parents, and homeschoolers.
Submitted: Aug 21, 2000
Calc Result  
This site has a Calculator for every formula, with unit conversion and printable calculation history built in.
Submitted: Jul 14, 2006
Graphical and Numerical Extensions to Unix
Submitted: Nov 11, 2001
Math in the Education Links Database.  
Features a collection of top rated Math sites.
Submitted: Jul 06, 2006
Collaborative research between Greg Henry (Intel), John Gunnels (UT-Austin), and Robert van de Geijn (UT-Austin) has resulted in a fast implementation of the BLAS matrix multiplication kernel (DGEMM). The first regular release of ITXGEMM (Release R1.0) is now available for the Intel Pentium (R) III processor.
Submitted: Dec 18, 2000

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