Referencia -reference E= Español I= Inglés (English) F= Francés

DLMF-Biblioteca Digital de Funciones Especiales - NIST (I) Proyecto del National Institute of Standards and technology (NIST-USA). Versión actualizada y digital del famoso Handbook de Abramowitz & Stegun de 1964. Mathematica Resource Library (E/I) Mathematica Resource Library- Wolfram Research- Biblioteca de funciones, tablas de integrales, series, etc. Muy buena. Marthworld (I/A) Eric Weisstein's world of Mathematics - Wolfram Research Todos sobre matemáticas en Ingles- mUy Bueno Matemática (E/I) Para aprender matemática razonando. Intermat (E) Tablas: derivadas, integrales y más. Paraíso de las matemáticas (E) Portal temático muy completo. Tutorial de geometría elemental (E) Geometría elemental. Página web de matemática (E) Álgebra, análisis matemático, estadística. Universum (E) Juegos matemáticos atractivos. El profesor en casa (E) Página interactiva de matemática. Taller de matemáticas (E) Actividades a medida para los alumnos. Matemática recreativa (E) Problemas de lógica, juegos de ingenio. Software de geometría (E) Programa Cabri-géomètre. Programa Derive (I) Herramienta muy potente para cálculo. Coco calculator (I) Calculadora científica, puede descargarse módulos avanzazados. Calcul (I) Para desarrollar habilidades mentales en el aula. Estadística (I) Links2Go Probability and Statistics-Clay Helberg. Estadística en General (I) Vinculo a sitios realcinados American Statistical Association(A) Asociación Americana de Estadisticos

Tutoriales y ejercicios

El tutor de matemática (I) Una completa base de problemas clasificados por temas y niveles. Ecuaciones, geometría del plano, vectores, trigonometría y programación lineal. Cabri geometry (I) Consejos e información teórico-práctica acerca de la aplicación informática especializada en geometría. Números primos (E) Los números primos y curiosidades sobre el tema. Dudas matemáticas (E) Álgebra, estadística, cálculo financiero. Estadística (E) La estadística y sus métodos. Retos matemáticos (E) Recopilación de problemas lógicos. Áreas y volúmenes (E) Información teórica y gráficos. Fórmulas.

Portales y servidores

Año Internacional de las Matemáticas (I) Sitio en la red de la UIM-UNESCO. Unión Matemática Argentina (E) Argenmaticas (E) Portal con recursos de matemática. Educación matemática (E) Dedicado exclusivamente a la matemática. Redemat (E) Recopilación de sitios de matemática en la red. Ask Dr. Math (I) Foros y consultas, pasatiempos y rompecabezas. The science explorer (I) Recursos en la red. Muy general. Albert Einstein (E) Describe el aspecto humano del físico y la posición que tomó frente a la Segunda Guerra Mundial. Descartes (F) Uno de los filósofos que más influyó em la evolución de l as matemáticas y de la ciencia en general.

Publicaciones

Siproma (E) Publicación de la Soc. Iberoamericana para la Promococión de la Matemática y OEA. Gacetilla matemática (E) Comentarios sobre libros, historia de la matemática, problemas y enlaces. Revista Matemática Complutense (E/I) De la Universidad Complutense de Madrid.

Historia

Clavius (E) Próceres del álgebra: Diofanto de Alejandría, Al-Khwarizmi, Girolano Cardano y Niccolo Fontana. Pitágoras y los pitagóricos (E) Vida de Pitágoras, la comunidad pitagórica, el aspecto místico de la doctrina y la relación de la comunidad de seguidores de esta teoría con la ciencia matemática. Historia de las Matemáticas (E) Breve historia de esta ciencia y biografías de personajes como Arquímedes, Copérnico, Demócrito, Boole, Pitágoras, Pascal y Zenón de Elea.

Más Matemática principalmente en Inglés

http://www.smartpages.com/amath/

A pre-algebra course for students who have trouble learning math. Provides both a
preview and ordering information.

http://i30www.ira.uka.de/~ukrueger/fractals/

Provides interactive journey through fractal images. Takes you through most of the
database, which consists of hundreds of images.

http://198.68.160.16/~benny/benny.htm

Offers a weekly math teaser (which also appears in the journal *Matematika*) to
entertain and stretch your advanced math knowledge. Also presents an art gallery that
contains chaos images.

http://www-cm.math.uiuc.edu/

Calculus & Mathematica is a calculus-reform project started at the University of
Illinois and Ohio State University. Uses Mathematica, a software package from Wolfram
Research, to teach calculus to high school and college students.

http://www-chaos.umd.edu/chaos.html

Provides information on the various applications of chaos theory. Includes dimensions,
fractal basin boundaries, chaotic scattering, and controlling chaos. Includes online
papers, a searchable database, and general references. Also offers the Chaos Gallery.

Offers many links to topics relating to chaos theory, such as fractal mathematics.
Recommends books to peruse.

http://www.studli.se/brattint/welcUSE.html

Provides an online catalog for Swedish book publisher, Chartwell-Bratt. Offers English
or Swedish databases you can search by title, author, or subject. Includes books on
mathematics, computer science, and engineering.

http://www.cchem.berkeley.edu/ChemResources/Weights-n-Measures/index.html

Contains information on converting to and from metric and United States measurements.

http://www.cli.com/

Performs advanced research and development in math modeling of digital hardware and
software systems. Includes software and technical reports. Also provides education and
consulting services. Offers jumps to university sites that contain information on the
mathematical modeling of digital systems.

http://www.cplex.com/

Develops large-scale mathematical programming software and services. Provides lists of
products and services and offers linear and mixed-integer programming software.

Provides information about mathematical software and guidebooks available at the Center
for Scientific Computing (CSC, Finland). Also points to application specialists at CSC for
help on specific topics. Provides several kinds of search mechanisms to help find
documents. Displays examples of mathematical animations and visualizations made at
CSC.
Also contains some guidebooks and newsletters published by CSC.

http://www.csc.fi/math_topics/Movies/

Displays animations (MPG format) of various mathematical theories and areas. Includes
Klein bottle, genetic algorithms, Fourier series, and so on.

http://www.fred.net/mandalay/

Offers links to many other sites. Builds custom nonlinear curve-fitting software based
on your problem.

http://www.azstarnet.com/~maxinfo/index.htm

Provides a Mathcad files library, links to math resources on the Web, and
image-processing applications.

http://www.uta.fi/~hs/dbe.html

Develops tools for database design and reverse engineering.

http://math.bu.edu/DYSYS/dysys.html

Provides information on contemporary mathematics, such as fractals and chaos. Includes
computer demos, as well as movies on some famous fractal sets.

http://www.ams.org/

Home of the American Mathematical Society. Offers professional memberships. Publishes
electronic journals, books on math, and the fee-based MathSci database, which features
comprehensive coverage of research in mathematics, computer science, and statistics.

http://www.enc.org/

Supports improving teaching and learning in math and science in secondary schools.
Offers links to other Internet resources. Presents online catalog and databases, as well
as a collection of Internet software and information.

http://dept.physics.upenn.edu/courses/gladney/mathphys/Contents.html

Contains information in the areas of trigonomics, velocity, acceleration, Newton's
Laws, chaotic systems, and more.

http://eulero.cineca.it/~strumia/FractalGallery.htm

Presents downloadable color fractal images that show different mathematics problems.
Includes the Curve of Von Koch, the Mandelbot Set, and trees, ferns, and mountains.

http://inls3.ucsd.edu/y/Fractals

Contains links and information regarding fractal image compression. Offers an online
bibliography, book reviews, conference announcements, and papers.

http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Edu/Fractal/Fractal_Home.html

Provides information on basic fractals, why they should be discussed, their purposes in
the real world, and why supercomputers are necessary for fractals.

**Fractals
Calendar Home Page**

http://fas.sfu.ca/O/cs/research/projects/FractalCal/cal.html

Provides information on obtaining the Fractal Calendar, a calendar specifically
designed to show off some of the newer discoveries in fractal mathematics. Also offers
previous editions of the calendar.

http://www.marshall.edu/~stepp/fractal-faq/faq.html

Contains all of the frequently asked questions about fractals.

http://www.futuregraph.com/

Offers many links to math-related sites.

http://gams.nist.gov/

Gateway to NIST guide to available mathematical software. Allows searching by package
name or, more interestingly, by what problem it solves.

http://www.ama.caltech.edu/resources.html

Offers resource jump list to various math resources, including the Latex, Tex, and
Maple packages. Also contains jumps to math-related Gopher sites, newsgroups, math
institues, and a math software index.

http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk:80/~history/

Contains biographies of mathematicians, searchable by alphabetical or chronological
index (and some include pictures).

http://www.ima.umn.edu/

Institute for Mathematics and its Applications. Provides the newsletter and back issues
of the newsletters of this professional organization.

http://www.imsa.edu/

Provides information about the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, a residential
public high school for students talented in the fields of math and science.

http://www.maths.monash.edu.au/people/tdr/welcome.html

Lets you import code into Mathematica. Gives users a way to organize and use
Mathematica Notebooks. Also displays graphics rendered in Mathematica.

http://www.mathpro.com/math/mathCenter.html

Attempts to identify and list all sources of math puzzles on the Internet. Lists
problems from back issues of the *Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences and the
Fibonacci Quarterly* and contains information about other sources of math puzzlers such
as newsgroups and books.

http://www.logal.com/

Develops and markets math software for middle school through college.

http://www.csun.edu/~vcact00g/math.html

Contains a math tutoring program developed for classroom computer labs aimed at
secondary school students.

http://www.vut.edu.au/MW/

Electronic distribution center and support center for various math-related newsletters,
most of which are based on Mathematica software.

http://archives.math.utk.edu/

Provides ftp access to shareware and public domain software for teaching math on the
college level. Also provides information and software for people interested in math, as
well as links to secondary school software. Includes considerable information on software.

http://www.scar.utoronto.ca/homes/mathlab/mathlab.html

A mathematics computer lab. Features downloadable undergraduate level courseware
(designed to run under Unix and Mathematica) on geometry, graph theory, and complex
analysis.

http://www.maths.usyd.edu.au:8000/MathSearch.html

Allows you to search a collection of over 19,000 documents on mathematics and
statistics servers.

http://www.mathsoft.com/

Offers technical support, news, and product catalog.

http://smc.vnet.net/Christensen.html

Distributes MathTensor, an add-on for Mathematica that performs tensor analysis. Also
provides links to resources and offers papers.

http://www.wri.com/WWWDocs/mathsource/

Provides a collection of downloadable Mathematica packages, notebooks, examples, and
programs. Offers list

of related Web sites.

http://www.mathtype.com/mathtype/

Houses an equation editor for Mac and Windows machines. Offers technical support,
registration, and product information.

http://www.mathworks.com/

Offers MATLAB, a high-end mathematics software package, as well as links to jobs, news,
and books. Provides information on the Pentium chip flaw. Also presents products and
services and an online copy of the MATLAB newsletter.

http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/Other_Groups/K-12/fracpage.html

Serves as a resource for fractal images that show the concepts of chaos theory (geared
to grades K through 12).

http://www.netlib.org/

Contains a large number of downloadable math-related programs (most of the software is
shareware). Contains papers about different research on mathematical topics, many of which
involve computers. Also offers links to other math-related databases.

http://www.nag.co.uk:70/

Produces numerical, symbolic, statistical, and visualization software for science,
engineering, financial analysis, and research.

http://www.maths.tcd.ie/pub/images/images.html

Presents math-related images, such as Mobius strips and Kleinband.

http://worldmall.com/et/ethome.htm

Offers precision large-scale measurement, typically dimensional measurements with .001
inch accuracy.

http://www.csn.net/princon/

Offers training on Mathematica; gives Mathematica support; and does custom programming.
Lists fees and availability of training. Provides information on fine-tuning performance
with Mathematica.

http://www.quantumbooks.com/

Online technical bookstore. Specializes in computer topics such as the Internet,
programming, and graphics, as well as in books pertaining to mathematics and physics.

http://smc.vnet.net/Christensen.html

Offers scientific computing software. Provides information on MathTensor,
Schur, and Mathematica. Also offers consulting, which includes porting software to Sun systems.
Offers links to Mathgroup, a Mathematica support group.

http://othello.ma.ic.ac.uk/

Uses Mathematica to make learning modules for first year university science and
engineering students. Provides learning modules for calculus, algebra, matrices, and so
on.

http://caliban.leeds.ac.uk/

Offers mathematics courseware using Toolbook (hypertext) documents with Microsoft
Windows. Provides instruction on algebra, matrices, vectors, and sequences.

http://www.famaf.uncor.edu/uma/

Organizes workshops, talks, meetings, and conferences, and edits several magazines in
mathematics and education.

http://evlweb.eecs.uic.edu/spiff/videovita/index.html

Produces “edutainment” products in mathematics, science, and technology.
Offers an online video sample.

http://links.uwaterloo.ca/

Provides information on fractal compression software and papers on fractal compression.

http://euclid.math.fsu.edu/Science/math.html

Provides links to all things mathematical. Includes jumps to math software, gophers,
newsgroups, electronic journals, preprints, bibliographies, TeX Archives, and high school
and university math sites.

AMATH, Inc.

http://www.smartpages.com/amath/A pre-algebra course for students who have trouble learning math. Provides both a preview and ordering information.

Beauty of Chaos

http://i30www.ira.uka.de/~ukrueger/fractals/Provides interactive journey through fractal images. Takes you through most of the database, which consists of hundreds of images.

Ben Cheng's Home Page

http://198.68.160.16/~benny/benny.htmOffers a weekly math teaser (which also appears in the journal

Matematika) to entertain and stretch your advanced math knowledge. Also presents an art gallery that contains chaos images.

Calculus & Mathematica Home Page

http://www-cm.math.uiuc.edu/Calculus & Mathematica is a calculus-reform project started at the University of Illinois and Ohio State University. Uses Mathematica, a software package from Wolfram Research, to teach calculus to high school and college students.

Chaos at Maryland

http://www-chaos.umd.edu/chaos.htmlProvides information on the various applications of chaos theory. Includes dimensions, fractal basin boundaries, chaotic scattering, and controlling chaos. Includes online papers, a searchable database, and general references. Also offers the Chaos Gallery.

Chaos Network Sign-In## http://www.prairienet.org/business/ptech/

Offers many links to topics relating to chaos theory, such as fractal mathematics. Recommends books to peruse.

Chartwell-Bratt

http://www.studli.se/brattint/welcUSE.htmlProvides an online catalog for Swedish book publisher, Chartwell-Bratt. Offers English or Swedish databases you can search by title, author, or subject. Includes books on mathematics, computer science, and engineering.

Common Weights and Measures

http://www.cchem.berkeley.edu/ChemResources/Weights-n-Measures/index.htmlContains information on converting to and from metric and United States measurements.

Computational Logic, Inc.

http://www.cli.com/Performs advanced research and development in math modeling of digital hardware and software systems. Includes software and technical reports. Also provides education and consulting services. Offers jumps to university sites that contain information on the mathematical modeling of digital systems.

CPLEX Optimization, Inc. Home Page

http://www.cplex.com/Develops large-scale mathematical programming software and services. Provides lists of products and services and offers linear and mixed-integer programming software.

CSC Mathematical Topics## http://www.csc.fi/math_topics/

Provides information about mathematical software and guidebooks available at the Center for Scientific Computing (CSC, Finland). Also points to application specialists at CSC for help on specific topics. Provides several kinds of search mechanisms to help find documents. Displays examples of mathematical animations and visualizations made at CSC. Also contains some guidebooks and newsletters published by CSC.

CSC Mathematical Topics: Visualizations

http://www.csc.fi/math_topics/Movies/Displays animations (MPG format) of various mathematical theories and areas. Includes Klein bottle, genetic algorithms, Fourier series, and so on.

Data Modeling Web Site

http://www.fred.net/mandalay/Offers links to many other sites. Builds custom nonlinear curve-fitting software based on your problem.

Dave's Math Links

http://www.azstarnet.com/~maxinfo/index.htmProvides a Mathcad files library, links to math resources on the Web, and image-processing applications.

Design-By-Example

http://www.uta.fi/~hs/dbe.htmlDevelops tools for database design and reverse engineering.

Dynamical Systems and Technology Project

http://math.bu.edu/DYSYS/dysys.htmlProvides information on contemporary mathematics, such as fractals and chaos. Includes computer demos, as well as movies on some famous fractal sets.

e-Math Home Page

http://www.ams.org/Home of the American Mathematical Society. Offers professional memberships. Publishes electronic journals, books on math, and the fee-based MathSci database, which features comprehensive coverage of research in mathematics, computer science, and statistics.

Eisenhower National Clearinghouse DCL

http://www.enc.org/Supports improving teaching and learning in math and science in secondary schools. Offers links to other Internet resources. Presents online catalog and databases, as well as a collection of Internet software and information.

Electronic Textbook: Integrated Course in Chemistry, Mathematics, and Physics

http://dept.physics.upenn.edu/courses/gladney/mathphys/Contents.htmlContains information in the areas of trigonomics, velocity, acceleration, Newton's Laws, chaotic systems, and more.

Fractal Gallery

http://eulero.cineca.it/~strumia/FractalGallery.htmPresents downloadable color fractal images that show different mathematics problems. Includes the Curve of Von Koch, the Mandelbot Set, and trees, ferns, and mountains.

Fractal Image Compression

http://inls3.ucsd.edu/y/FractalsContains links and information regarding fractal image compression. Offers an online bibliography, book reviews, conference announcements, and papers.

Fractal Microscope

http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Edu/Fractal/Fractal_Home.htmlProvides information on basic fractals, why they should be discussed, their purposes in the real world, and why supercomputers are necessary for fractals.

Fractals Calendar Home Page

http://fas.sfu.ca/O/cs/research/projects/FractalCal/cal.htmlProvides information on obtaining the Fractal Calendar, a calendar specifically designed to show off some of the newer discoveries in fractal mathematics. Also offers previous editions of the calendar.

Fractals Frequently Asked Questions and Answers

http://www.marshall.edu/~stepp/fractal-faq/faq.htmlContains all of the frequently asked questions about fractals.

Future Graph, Inc. Home Page

http://www.futuregraph.com/Offers many links to math-related sites.

GAMS: Guide to Available Mathematical Software

http://gams.nist.gov/Gateway to NIST guide to available mathematical software. Allows searching by package name or, more interestingly, by what problem it solves.

Guide to Math Resources

http://www.ama.caltech.edu/resources.htmlOffers resource jump list to various math resources, including the Latex, Tex, and Maple packages. Also contains jumps to math-related Gopher sites, newsgroups, math institues, and a math software index.

History of Mathematics

http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk:80/~history/Contains biographies of mathematicians, searchable by alphabetical or chronological index (and some include pictures).

IMA WWW Server

http://www.ima.umn.edu/Institute for Mathematics and its Applications. Provides the newsletter and back issues of the newsletters of this professional organization.

IMSA Home Page

http://www.imsa.edu/Provides information about the Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, a residential public high school for students talented in the fields of math and science.

Intercall

http://www.maths.monash.edu.au/people/tdr/welcome.htmlLets you import code into Mathematica. Gives users a way to organize and use Mathematica Notebooks. Also displays graphics rendered in Mathematica.

Internet Center for Mathematics Problems

http://www.mathpro.com/math/mathCenter.htmlAttempts to identify and list all sources of math puzzles on the Internet. Lists problems from back issues of the

Missouri Journal of Mathematical Sciences and the Fibonacci Quarterlyand contains information about other sources of math puzzlers such as newsgroups and books.

Logal Software Home Page

http://www.logal.com/Develops and markets math software for middle school through college.

Math Teaching Assistant

http://www.csun.edu/~vcact00g/math.htmlContains a math tutoring program developed for classroom computer labs aimed at secondary school students.

Mathematica World

http://www.vut.edu.au/MW/Electronic distribution center and support center for various math-related newsletters, most of which are based on Mathematica software.

Mathematics Archives WWW Server

http://archives.math.utk.edu/Provides ftp access to shareware and public domain software for teaching math on the college level. Also provides information and software for people interested in math, as well as links to secondary school software. Includes considerable information on software.

Mathlab

http://www.scar.utoronto.ca/homes/mathlab/mathlab.htmlA mathematics computer lab. Features downloadable undergraduate level courseware (designed to run under Unix and Mathematica) on geometry, graph theory, and complex analysis.

MathSearch—Search a Collection of Mathematical Web Material

http://www.maths.usyd.edu.au:8000/MathSearch.htmlAllows you to search a collection of over 19,000 documents on mathematics and statistics servers.

MathSoft Home Page

http://www.mathsoft.com/Offers technical support, news, and product catalog.

MathSolutions, Inc. Home Page

http://smc.vnet.net/Christensen.htmlDistributes MathTensor, an add-on for Mathematica that performs tensor analysis. Also provides links to resources and offers papers.

MathSource Home Page

http://www.wri.com/WWWDocs/mathsource/Provides a collection of downloadable Mathematica packages, notebooks, examples, and programs. Offers list

of related Web sites.

MathType Home Page

http://www.mathtype.com/mathtype/Houses an equation editor for Mac and Windows machines. Offers technical support, registration, and product information.

MathWorks Home Page

http://www.mathworks.com/Offers MATLAB, a high-end mathematics software package, as well as links to jobs, news, and books. Provides information on the Pentium chip flaw. Also presents products and services and an online copy of the MATLAB newsletter.

More Fractal Pictures

http://www.lerc.nasa.gov/Other_Groups/K-12/fracpage.htmlServes as a resource for fractal images that show the concepts of chaos theory (geared to grades K through 12).

Netlib Repository at UTK/ORNL

http://www.netlib.org/Contains a large number of downloadable math-related programs (most of the software is shareware). Contains papers about different research on mathematical topics, many of which involve computers. Also offers links to other math-related databases.

Numerical Algorithms Group Ltd.

http://www.nag.co.uk:70/Produces numerical, symbolic, statistical, and visualization software for science, engineering, financial analysis, and research.

Online Image Archiver

http://www.maths.tcd.ie/pub/images/images.htmlPresents math-related images, such as Mobius strips and Kleinband.

Precision Large-Scale Dimensional Metrology/ Measurement

http://worldmall.com/et/ethome.htmOffers precision large-scale measurement, typically dimensional measurements with .001 inch accuracy.

Principia Consulting Home Page

http://www.csn.net/princon/Offers training on Mathematica; gives Mathematica support; and does custom programming. Lists fees and availability of training. Provides information on fine-tuning performance with Mathematica.

Quantum Books Home Page

http://www.quantumbooks.com/Online technical bookstore. Specializes in computer topics such as the Internet, programming, and graphics, as well as in books pertaining to mathematics and physics.

Steven M. Christensen and Associates, Inc.

http://smc.vnet.net/Christensen.htmlOffers scientific computing software. Provides information on MathTensor, Schur, and Mathematica. Also offers consulting, which includes porting software to Sun systems. Offers links to Mathgroup, a Mathematica support group.

TMP at Imperial College London

http://othello.ma.ic.ac.uk/Uses Mathematica to make learning modules for first year university science and engineering students. Provides learning modules for calculus, algebra, matrices, and so on.

Transmath—A CBL Mathematics Tutor

http://caliban.leeds.ac.uk/Offers mathematics courseware using Toolbook (hypertext) documents with Microsoft Windows. Provides instruction on algebra, matrices, vectors, and sequences.

Union Mathematica Argentina

http://www.famaf.uncor.edu/uma/Organizes workshops, talks, meetings, and conferences, and edits several magazines in mathematics and education.

Video Vita

http://evlweb.eecs.uic.edu/spiff/videovita/index.htmlProduces “edutainment” products in mathematics, science, and technology. Offers an online video sample.

Waterloo Fractal Compression Page

http://links.uwaterloo.ca/Provides information on fractal compression software and papers on fractal compression.

World-Wide Web Virtual Library: Mathematics

http://euclid.math.fsu.edu/Science/math.htmlProvides links to all things mathematical. Includes jumps to math software, gophers, newsgroups, electronic journals, preprints, bibliographies, TeX Archives, and high school and university math sites.

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