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 Dictionary of Algorithms, Data Structures, and Problems The National Institute of Standards and Technology has recently updated its online Dictionary of Algorithms, Data Structures and Problems. The dictionary takes the form of a hypertext alphabetical list of terms dealing with algorithmic techniques and functions (e.g., Ackermann's Function), data structures, archetypical problems (e.g., "traveling salesman"), and related definitions. Nice features... https://xlinux.nist.gov/dads/
 Functional Notations and Terminology This mathematics tutorial gives users an introduction to functions, functional notation and terminology. The site explains how a function is defined, and the correct way to read and write functional notation. Resources for addition, subtraction and multiplication of functions are also provided on this site. The ?Examples of Functions? section is very useful for understanding the applications of ... http://www.cut-the-knot.org/do_you_know/function.shtml
 Graph Theory Tutorials Chris Caldwell of the University of Tennessee at Martin provides the Graph Theory Tutorials Website. Sections included at the site are Introduction to Graph Theory, Euler Circuits and Paths, Coloring Problems, and Adjacency Matrices (under construction). Each section consists of an interactive tutorial discussing the basic concepts of graph theory. Registration (press the REGISTER button at the... http://primes.utm.edu/graph/
 Math Addicts Anonymous This website was initiated by Cory Futrell, a self-acknowledged math addict, who is currently a sophomore math and physics dual major at the University of Oklahoma. A key feature of the website is an encyclopedia with short definitions of over 100 mathematical terms. Visitors are also invited to offer their comments on the articles written by contributing authors and covering topics such as... http://www.mathaddicts.org/?content=main
 Wolfram Mathworld Mathworld, hosted and sponsored by Wolfram Research, Inc., is an online mathematics encyclopedia intended for students, educators, math enthusiasts, and researchers. This amazing resource was compiled over 12 years by Eric Weisstein with assistance from the mathematics and Internet communities, and continues to be updated. (Weisstein also authored the ScienceWorld site, which contains material... http://mathworld.wolfram.com
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