*Links:*

Here are some pages that I find especially interesting or valuable:

**Mathematics and Computer Science**

General

* __citation index__ (This is an entry point to search for finding recent work in mathematics and computer science. In many cases, there are links to preprints of recent work. Very valuable for researchers.)

* __Directory of Mathematics Resources on the Web__ (This is a collection of sites that enable one to reach a wide variety of servers devoted to mathematics, mathematicians, and applications of mathematics.)

* __Resourses for Students__ (Lots of links to information about careers in mathematics, software, history, games, research, summer activities, etc.)

* __Topics Index for Various Parts of Mathematics__ (Web pages which are organized by various topics within mathematics such as hisotry, number theory, geometry, etc.)

* __Electronic Journals__ (This site has a list of many of the electronic journals that are currently available in Matheamtics, including links so that one can look at the current and past issues of these journals.)

* __Stories About Recent Developments in Mathematics and CS__ (This site has articles and links to articles of developing stories that involve mathematics and computer science (and science).)

**Geometry**

* __geometry junkyard__ (David Eppstein's fantastically rich suggestions about fascinating topics concerning geometry on the web. Also look at his geometry in action and recreational mathematics links.)

**History**

* __History of Mathematics__ (This wonderful site has brief biographies and pictures of many mathematicians. There are also a wealth of essays about topics of historical interest for mathematicians.)

**Research Problems**

* __Open Problems Project__ (This a very rich collection of recent problems with an emphasis on the interface between geometry and computer science.)

**Search**

* __Search for Mathematical Keywords__ (One can enter author names and key words and be directed to a variety of good sites with mathematical content related to these terms. UNFORTUNATELY, it appears as if this site is no longer being maintained.)

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