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I have a link to the
Instituto de Matemáticas
at the
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.
Also the
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
MathSciNet
, 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
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