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Mathematics Information Servers
Mathematics Web Sites Around the World
Maybe the most comprehensive math site on the Internet. Topics include an international directory of academic departments, societies & associations, journals, preprints, subject area pages, other archived materials, and software. They also list other math web servers, and gophers.
Penn State Mathematics Department

Mathematics WWW Virtual Library
Sections include: Addresses ; Bibliographies ; Department Web Servers ; Education ; Electronic Journals ; General Resources ; High School Servers ; Newsgroups ; Preprints ; Science and Math ; Software ; Specialized Fields ; TeX Archives.
Dept. of Mathematics, Florida State University

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American Mathematical Society
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Electronic Sources for Mathematics
Sections includes a Quick Reference area, preprint archives, database gateways, math organizations, a selection of departments offering special resources, listing of listservs to join, and links to software.
University of Pennsylvania

The Largest Known Primes
"At this site we maintain a database of the 5000 largest known primes (plus selected smaller primes). The complete list of approximately 6,000 primes is available in several forms below..."
By Chris Caldwell, Mathematics Dept., University of Tennessee

The Mathematical Atlas
A Gateway to Modern Mathematics
"This is a collection of short articles designed to provide an introduction to the areas of modern mathematics and pointers to further information, as well as answers to some common (or not!) questions. The material is arranged in a hierarchy of disciplines, each with its own index page..."
By Prof. David Rusin, Dept. of Mathematical Sciences, Northern Illinois University

Metamath Proof Explorer Home Page
"The Metamath Proof Explorer has 60 MBytes of interconnected web pages containing over 3000 completely worked out proofs in logic and set theory."
By Norman D. Megill

The Zero in Four Dimensions: Cultural, Historical, Mathematical, and Psychological Perspectives
By Prof. Hossein Arsham, University of Baltimore


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