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I have a link to the
Instituto de Matemáticas
Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
, where I worked after graduating.
An extremely useful site is the
Front for the XXX Mathematics Archive
at UC Davis. It is an archive for mathematical preprints.
Math Department at UC Berkeley
, where I was a graduate student.
The Website for the
American Mathematical Society
is full of useful information.
I do not know what I would do without
, where one can search Mathematical Reviews for papers from 1940 until present.
A very useful resource for Group Theorists is the
Group Pub Forum
, maintained by G.C. Smith.
Also useful for Group Theorists is the
Magnus combinatorial group theory software project
, which has information on outstanding open problems.
There is a list of Math Departments all over the world formerly at the
Pennsylvania State University's list of Mathematical Information servers.
Now pointing to a mirror.
And a rather interesting place is the
Math Genealogy Project
, where you can see your mathematical ancestry.
To finish off,
a sample of the wisdom of Prof. Hendrik Lenstra, Jr.
Last modified: August 31, 2000