Seven Staggering Sequences
Article by Sloane, N J A
In collections: Easily explained, Integerology
When the Handbook of Integer Sequences came out in 1973, Philip Morrison gave it an enthusiastic review in the Scientific American and Martin Gardner was kind enough to say in his Mathematical Games column for July 1974 that "every recreational mathematician should buy a copy forthwith."...
URL: neilsloane.com/doc/g4g7.pdf
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

Ethnomathematics as a new research field , illustrated by studies of mathematical ideas in African history
Article by Gerdes, Paulus
In collections: History, Art
URL: citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

The 1-Hyperbolic Projection for User Interfaces
Article by Kolliopoulos, Alexander
In collection: Basically computer science
The problem of dealing with representations of information that does not fit conveniently within allotted screen space is pervasive in graphical interfaces. While there are techniques for dealing with this problem in various ways, some properties of...
URL: dgp.toronto.edu/~alexk/hyperpr
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

Random Structures from Lego Bricks and Analog Monte Carlo Procedures
Article by Althöfer, I
In collections: Attention-grabbing titles, Basically computer science, Easily explained, Basically physics
URL: althofer.de/random-lego-struct
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

Proposal to Encode the Ganda Currency Mark for Bengali in ISO/IEC 10646
Article by Anshuman Pandey
In collections: Easily explained, Notation and conventions
URL: std.dkuug.dk/JTC1/SC2/wg2/docs
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

The 1-Hyperbolic Projection for User Interfaces
Article by Kolliopoulos, Alexander
In collection: Basically computer science
The problem of dealing with representations of information that does not fit conveniently within allotted screen space is pervasive in graphical interfaces. While there are techniques for dealing with this problem in various ways, some properties of...
URL: dgp.toronto.edu/~alexk/hyperpr
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

Proposal to Encode the Ganda Currency Mark for Bengali in ISO/IEC 10646
Article by Anshuman Pandey
In collections: Easily explained, Notation and conventions
URL: std.dkuug.dk/JTC1/SC2/wg2/docs
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

Statistical Modeling of Gang Violence in Los Angeles
Article by Fathauer, Chris
In collections: Basically computer science, Probability and statistics
URL: paleo.sscnet.ucla.edu/SIURO_re
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

Counting Cases in Marching Cubes: Towards a Generic Algorithm for Producing Substitopes
Article by David C. Banks and Stephen Linton
In collection: Basically computer science
We describe how to count the cases that arise in a family of visualization techniques, including marching cubes, sweeping simplices,...
URL: evl.uic.edu/cavern/rg/20040525
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

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Rectangle Arithmetic
Article by Bill Gosper
In collections: Easily explained, Geometry, Unusual arithmetic
Another slant on fractions
URL: gosper.org/rectarith12.pdf
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

Chalk : Materials and Concepts in Mathematics Chalk in Hand
Article by Barany, Michael J and Mackenzie, Donald
In collections: Notation and conventions, The act of doing maths
URL: sps.ed.ac.uk/__data/assets/fil
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

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Proposal to Encode the Ganda Currency Mark for Bengali in ISO/IEC 10646
Web page by Anshuman Pandey
In collection: Notation and conventions
This is a proposal to encode the Bengali Ganda mark as part of the Bengali script in the Basic Multilingual Plane (BMP) of the Universal Character Set (UCS) (ISO/IEC 10646). The...
URL: unicode.org/L2/L2007/07192r-be
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

Investigations of Game of Life cellular automata rules on Penrose Tilings : lifetime and ash statistics
Article by Owens, Nick and Stepney, Susan
In collection: Probability and statistics
URL: www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/susan/
Entry: read.somethingorotherwhatever.

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