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#### 1The Digital Humanities Debacle

Computational literary study offers correctives to problems that literary scholarship was never confused about in the first place.
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#### 1The symmetric group, 3 | Peter Cameron's Blog

No account of the symmetric group can be complete without mentioning the remarkable fact that the symmetric group of degree n (finite or infinite) has an outer automorphism if and only if n=6. Here are the definitions. An automorphism of a group G is a permutation p of the group which preserves products, that is,…
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#### 1AMS :: Book Review for "Winning ways for your mathematical plays"

Winning ways for your mathematical plays
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#### 1MacMahon's Coloured Cubes

Puzzles with MacMahon's Coloured Cubes
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#### 1Mathematical Illustrations

This manual has been available on this site since about 1996, with improvements taking place frequently. The current version has been published as a book of about 350 pages by Cambridge University Press. By agreement with the Press, however, it will remain posted on this web site. Many improvements in the current version over previous ones are due to the (anonymous) referees of the Press, whom I wish to thank heartily. I also wish to thank Lauren Cowles, of the New York office of the Press, for much help with preparing the original version for publication. The paper edition appears also in Duotone red and black. For information on obtaining the paper edition, take a look at the Cambridge Press catalogue.
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#### 1SVM - Understanding the math - Part 1 - SVM Tutorial

This is a gentle introduction to the math behind SVM (Support Vector Machine). This will explain SVM to the beginners in simple terms.
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#### 1Making density maps using Gnuplot

To make a density map from a 2D set of data, the first step is to compute values for the third dimension. (Gnuplot has no facilities for computing these values automatically.) The simplest way is to make a 2D histogram; the plot is divided in small 2D regions, and the z-values are proportional to the number of points inside these regions. The following Python script will make an histogram from a time series of two dihedral angles.
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#### 7Mandelbulb: The Unravelling of the Real 3D Mandelbrot Fractal

The original Mandelbrot is an amazing object that has captured the public's imagination for 30 years with its cascading patterns and hypnotically colourful detail. It's known as a 'fractal' - a type of shape that yields (sometimes elaborate) detail forever, no matter how far you 'zoom' into it (think of the trunk of a tree sprouting branches, which in turn split off into smaller branches, which themselves yield twigs etc.). It's found by following a relatively simple math formula. But in the end, it's still only 2D and flat - there's no depth, shadows, perspective, or light sourcing. What we have featured in this article is a potential 3D version of the same fractal.
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#### 1Calculate an integer square root - Find and Write Source Code at CodeCodex

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16 years ago by @jaeschke
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#### 1Poset Drawing

Interactive Poset and Lattice Drawing Java Applet
17 years ago by @jaeschke
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#### 1Introduction to Computational Origami: The World of New Computational Geometry

Springer, Singapore, (2020)
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#### 1Stacking Colored Cubes

The American Mathematical Monthly, 63 (6): 392-395 (1956)
2 years ago by @jaeschke
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#### 1An analysis of the (coloredcubes)3 puzzle

Discrete Mathematics, 308 (7): 1033-1045 (2008)
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#### 2How Not to Be Wrong: The Power of Mathematical Thinking

Penguin Books, (2015)
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#### 1Homers letzter Satz: Die Simpsons und die Mathematik

Hanser, (2013)
2 years ago by @jaeschke
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#### 3On the Theory of Scales of Measurement

Science, 103 (2684): 677--680 (1946)
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#### 1On a generalization of “Eight Blocks to Madness” puzzle

Discrete Mathematics, 339 (4): 1400--1409 (2016)
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#### 1Spatial puzzles: A guide for researchers

3 years ago by @jaeschke
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#### 1Automorphisms of S-6 and the color cubes puzzle

Australasian Journal of Combinatorics, 68 (1): 71--93 (2017)
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#### 1Mathematical Games: Puzzling over a problem-solving matrix, cubes of many colors and three-dimensional dominoes

Scientific American, 239 (3): 20--31 (1978)
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#### 1Elementary Applied Topology

Createspace, (September 2014)
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#### 1Interval Arithmetic and Interval Analysis: An Introduction

page 1--22. Physica-Verlag HD, Heidelberg, (2001)
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#### 1Euler diagram generation

and . Journal of Visual Languages & Computing, 19 (6): 675--694 (2008)
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#### 2A survey of Euler diagrams

Journal of Visual Languages & Computing, 25 (3): 134--155 (2014)
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#### 2Artful Mathematics: The Heritage of M. C. Escher

(Eds.) Notices of the AMS, (2003)
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#### 3Planning a 21st Century Global Library for Mathematics Research

and . Notices of the AMS, 61 (7): 776--777 (August 2014)
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#### 6Diskrete Mathematik: Geordnete Mengen

Springer-Lehrbuch Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg, (2013)
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#### 2Mathematics of Web science: structure, dynamics and incentives

Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, (2013)
12 years ago by @jaeschke
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