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A guide to resources in mathematics

- E-print Network (DOE) This searchable gateway searches many preprint servers (LANL included) and allows one to establish a preprint alert that sends new preprints to an e-mail account.
- arXiv - mathematics Preprint server for mathematics.
- AMS Directory of Mathematics Preprint and Preprint Servers, lists umbrella servers, special subject servers, institute and department servers, and retired preprint servers.

- MacTutor History of Mathematics, a collection of biographies, history chapters, anniversaries, maintained at the University of St. Andrews in Scotland.

- Mathematics Archives software A user friendly archive of MAC and PC public domain and shareware software packages organized by mathematical categories.

- AMS American Mathematical Society
- EMS European Mathematical Society
- MAA Mathematical Association of America
- SIAM Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
- Combined Membership List (CML) , for AMS, SIAM and MAA.
- University of Michigan Math Department Home Page in Ann Arbor, Michigan
- Mathematical Sciences Research Institute in Berkeley, California
- Centre de Recherches Mathématiques in Montreal, Canada
- Fields Institute in Toronto, Canada
- International Mathematical Union
- Society of Actuaries

- World Wide Virtual Library for Mathematics maintained at Florida State University, a good jumping off point for web resources in mathematics.
- Mathematics Archives, maintained on a server at the University of Tennessee Knoxville mathematics department, a rich source for links to web based mathematics resources.
- Math Net a website devoted to connecting information for mathematicians in Germany. A good source for European web resources for mathematics and an interesting model for connectivity.
- Math Forum created in 1996 at Swarthmore College, and purchased in April, 2000 by WebCT, this site provides FAQ's on mathematics, for K-12 and university level. The Forum is focused on mathematics education. Also included is an
*Ask Dr. Math*reference service.