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  Network - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Network theory, the applied mathematics counterpart of graph theory
Network (mathematics), a type of digraph in graph theory
Network effect, a characteristic that causes a good or service to have a value to a potential customer dependent on the number of customers already owning that good or using that service
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Networks   (162 words)

 Network (mathematics) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In Graph theory, a network is a digraph with weighted edges.
These networks have become an especially useful concept in analyzing the interaction between biology and mathematics.
For a more formal mathematical description, see the article "Networking Opportunity" by Ian Stewart in Nature magazine, Volume 427, Issue 6975, 2004.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Network_(mathematics)   (81 words)

 Mathematics Education Research Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The mathematics education research network connects diverse research within mathematics education, with a common focus on learning.
The network is internationally connected, through collaboration in research and teaching spanning three continents.
The network is locally connected, through partnerships in teaching and research.
www.bris.ac.uk /education/research/networks/mern   (107 words)

 "Query: Why is mathematics used in architecture?" in the Nexus Network Journal
Anyway, mathematically based methods of design, to the extent they are likely to have been used, seem to have been part of the builders’ planning tools, and not something the clients were bothered with.
Perhaps the simplest form of mathematical building is that which involves the use of prcise canons or measures - hence achitecture might also be defined as 'rational building' - especially when the use of a regular canon or measure enables the introduction of symmetry (or common measures) and hence, of modules.
The role of mathematics in architecture wold make an excellent conference topic (I mean the general theory or philosophy of mathematics and architecture, as opposed to particular examples of their interrelations).
www.nexusjournal.com /Query04-WhyVsHow.html   (2786 words)

 Network Nuggets: Mathematics
Mathematics Lessons That Are Fun is hosted by Rice University and is suitable for math students in grades 5-12.
Fractals and Tesselations are beautiful visual patterns which follow Mathematical rules and illustrate concepts of symmetry, complexity, repetition, iteration, order, chaos, input, output, etc. As well as being educational, they are also fun and can be created using a variety of media.
A humourous discussion of the mathematical mistakes that are made with all-too-much regularity by the media, reporters, advertisers, politicians, and others (perhaps even by students), this site opens the door to discussions about whether or not some 'mistakes' might be intentional efforts at deception.
www.cln.org /lists/nuggets/math.html   (3148 words)

 Mathematical Sciences
The Department of Mathematical Sciences is recognized as a leading department in mathematics, mathematics education, and statistics in the Rocky Mountain region.
We offer a B.S. in Mathematics with options in mathematics, applied mathematics, mathematics teaching, and statistics; an M.S. in Mathematics with options in mathematics and mathematics education; an M.S. in Statistics; an M.S. in Ecological and Environmental Statistics; a Ph.D. in Mathematics with emphases in mathematics and mathematics education; and a Ph.D. in Statistics.
Mathematical research at MSU is focused primarily on related topics in pure and applied mathematics.
www.math.montana.edu   (267 words)

 Mathematics Archives - K12 Internet Sites   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Moreover, the Academy is committed to the creation of a network of school-based leadership in mathematics and science education as well as to the support of all teachers in their efforts to enhance the quality of mathematics and science education.
Mathematics in Context (MiC) is an NSF-funded, comprehensive middle-school mathematics curriculum for grades 5-8 that reflects the philosophy and pedagogy of the NCTM standards.
The principal aim of the TAME Forum is to develop and support a network of mathematics educators at primary and secondary schools in their attempts to incorporate technology assisted approaches to mathematics teaching and learning.
archives.math.utk.edu /k12.html   (9864 words)

 mathstore | Maths, Stats & OR Network
Supporting lecturers in Mathematics, Statistics and Operational Research and promoting, disseminating and developing good practice in learning and teaching across the UK.
The Maths, Stats and OR Network is offering funding for two mini-projects to commence in the autumn of 2006.
The mathtutor digital resources are designed to help students with their basic mathematics at the interface between school and uniiversity in a lively and entertaining way.
ltsn.mathstore.ac.uk   (245 words)

 Industrial Mathematics Network
The major contribution of Industrial Mathematics at The University of Auckland is in areas: Applied Mathematics, Applied Statistics and Operation Research.
The aim of industrial mathematics is to solve the day-to-day problem using the Scientific Approach and to provide options for decision making.
To date, the available options for Industrial Mathematics for Auckland University graduates are analyst (in various area including finance and business), statistician, researcher and secondary teacher.
members.tripod.com /~imclass   (129 words)

 AWM Mentor Network
The goal of the new Association for Women in Mathematics (AWM) Mentor Network is to match mentors, both men and women, with girls and women who are interested in mathematics or are pursuing careers in mathematics.
The network is intended to link mentors with a variety of groups: recent PhD's, graduate students, undergradudates, high school and grade school students, and teachers.
Be a Mentor or Volunteer: Volunteer to mentor someone in their pursuit of their mathematical interests or to help the AWM Mentor Network in other ways.
www.awm-math.org /mentornetwork.html   (238 words)

 AT&T Knowledge Network Explorer: Blue Web'n Content Areas
demonstrates challenging middle school mathematics and emphasizes the importance of high-quality math education for all students.
This is a three-year NSF supported project to develop a library of uniquely interactive, web-based virtual manipulatives or concept tutorials, mostly in the form of Java applets, for mathematics instruction.
The lessons are arranged according to the NCTM Principles and Standards for School Mathematics and the NCEE Performance Standards for Middle School.
www.kn.pacbell.com /wired/bluewebn/contentarea.cfm?cid=9   (1765 words)

 Humanistic Mathematics Network Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
Programs and presentations at the national meetings of the Mathematics Association of America were sponsored Mature and younger mathematicians contributed to the journal and presented talks.
The Keiths are longtime enthusiastic supporters of humanistic mathematics and experienced educators and editors.
Shelly Keats Harkness, in Mathematics Education at Miami University, Ohio, discusses the quantitative and qualitative pleasures of running : (pdf file) Are You a Quantitative or Qualitative Runner?
www2.hmc.edu /www_common/hmnj   (815 words)

 UNC Mathematics and Science Education Network: Professional Development
The North Carolina Mathematics and Science Education Network is committed to providing high quality professional development programs in mathematics and science education that enhance teacher learning and support state and national educational guidelines.
Grants are awarded to institutions of higher education and to nonprofit organizations of demonstrated effectiveness in the preparation of professional development of K-12 teachers in mathematics- or science-based areas.
Karen R. Dawkins, Director of the Center for Science, Mathematics and Technology Education (CSMTE) in the College of Education at East Carolina University (ECU), was recently presented the Herman Gatling Award by the North Carolina Science Leadership Association (NCSLA).
www.unc.edu /depts/msen/dev   (1145 words)

 Mathematics Summary   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
The Iowa Mathematics Content Network research review project has reviewed some of the research on instructional strategies and programs in mathematics.
The main recommendation is that all students should be mathematically proficient, and that mathematical proficiency has five strands: (i) conceptual understanding, (ii) procedural fluency, (iii) strategic competence, (iv) adaptive reasoning, and (v) productive disposition.
The Mathematical Sciences Education Board (MSEB) has established a panel to review the evaluation data on the effectiveness of NSF-supported and commercially generated mathematics curriculum materials.
www.state.ia.us /educate/ecese/tqt/tc/prodev/mathematics.html   (1101 words)

 Mathematics HQ : Recreational Mathematics
The Virtual Reference Desk for mathematics at the CERN Library (HEP LibrariesWebzine, Issue 3, March 2001, Antonella De Robbio).
From the fact that mathematics is indispensable to science, some philosophershave drawn serious metaphysical conclusions.
Mathematics HQ excludes all liability of any kind (including negligence) in respect of any third party information or other material made available on, or which can be accessed using, this Website.
mathematicshq.com /recreationalmathematics/index.php   (680 words)

 Nexus Network Journal: Architecture and Mathematics Online
is a peer-reviewed research resource for studies in architecture and mathematics.
The question raised by Mario Salvadori at the very first Nexus conference in 1996, "Are there any relationships between architecture and mathematics?" would seem to have been amply answered during the ten years that Nexus has existed.
The Nexus Network Journal is funded by a generous grant from the
www.nexusjournal.com   (427 words)

Mathematics Education in the Era of NCLB—Principles and Standards
Perspectives of Hands-On Science Teaching, by David L. Haury and Peter Rillero, ERIC Clearinghouse for Science, Mathematics, and Environmental Education.
Ask a Scientist, operated by the Division of Educational Programs at Argonne National Laboratory A bulletin board for science teachers and students, available since 1991.
www.ncrel.org /sdrs/areas/ma0cont.htm   (610 words)

 Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
There are 33 regional Centers in the Michigan Mathematics and Science Centers Network.
The centers also serve as a resource clearinghouse for educational materials and information, and work to foster community involvement in the areas of mathematics and science.
The Mathematics and Science Centers Network supports the delivery of high quality mathematics and science education for the students of Michigan.
www.mscenters.org   (184 words)

 The Further Mathematics Network
The Further Mathematics Network can enable you to study Further Mathematics A/AS qualifications, even when they are not offered directly by your school/college.
The Network also supports Further Mathematics in schools and colleges that do offer it.
The competition is open to new writers of any age and from any background who can explain a mathematical topic or application they think the public needs to know about.
www.fmnetwork.org.uk   (241 words)

 E-print Network Subject Pathways: Mathematics
Yan, Yubin (Yubin Yan) - Department of Mathematics, University of Manchester
Yang, Tonghai (Tonghai Yang) - Department of Mathematics, University of Wisconsin at Madison
Yoshii, Yoji (Yoji Yoshii) - Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Saskatchewan
www.osti.gov /eprints/pathways/mathematicsY.shtml   (833 words)

 The Mathematics Local-Area Network
The Mathematics Local-Area Network (MathLAN) was created in 1987 to provide Grinnell College students in mathematics and computer science courses with a modern, accessible, well-stocked computing environment.
High-resolution color graphics, driven by software that is both powerful and easy to use, make it possible to display data, functions, and mathematical structures in an intuitive way.
Additional workstations are in the Mathematics and Science Center (Science 2012), the Modern/Waves lab (Science 1133), and the Atomic Physics lab (Science 1332).
www.math.grin.edu /mathlan.html   (593 words)

 National Whiteboard Network: Mathematics
Mathematics: Year 5 • Year 6 ~ Unit Plans
This area holds electronic versions of annotated unit plans to include ICT where appropriate.
A link between planning for the Framework for teaching mathematics and medium term plans;
www.nwnet.org.uk /pages/maths/y56/unitplans_y6_spr.html   (353 words)

 OTRNet: Mathematics texts, online maths investigations and resources for teaching and learning mathematics.
aims to provide mathematics resources that support curriculum improvement and provide a richer learning experience for students.
Dr Paul Swan has written a wide range of resources for primary and middle school mathematics education.
Schools can book professional development sessions in teaching mathematics or receive advice and guidance on any of our products from the developer of OTRNet or other highly qualified people.
www.otrnet.com.au   (696 words)

 UCLA Department of Mathematics
VIGRE Program: Overview of the postdoctoral, graduate, and undergraduate programs at UCLA Math as part of the Vertical Integration of Research and Education grant funded by the NSF.
For more information on the UCLA Department of Mathematics, check the Media Page or to catch up on UCLA Math News, browse the News Archive.
Math Programs for Teachers: UCLA offers a variety of programs for teachers through the Department of Mathematics and Graduate School of Education.
www.math.ucla.edu   (411 words)

 Online Degrees | Online College Courses | Online Education | Distance Learning | Online Education
The SUNY Learning Network is the State University of New York's award-winning online education program administered by Learning Environments under the Office of the Provost.
The SUNY Learning Network, part of SUNY's Online University Program, is the convergence of pedagogy, technology, and support services.
The SUNY Learning Network (SLN) was established to increase access to SUNY's academic programs and maintain consistently high-quality online pedagogy via distance learning programs.
sln.suny.edu   (332 words)

 VedicWeb Astrology Network: Mathematics & Astronomy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
MAWil1187 Astronomical Applications of Vedic Mathematics by Kenneth Williams - $18.00
MAWil814 Cosmic Calculator: A Vedic Mathematics Course For Schools In 5 Vols.
MAWIL1188 Vertically And Crosswise : Applications of the Vedic Mathematics Sutras by A P Nicholas - $20.00
www.vedicweb.com /c18.html   (290 words)

 Post-Autistic Economics Network and Post-Autistic Economics Review
Economists have converted the subject into a sort of social mathematics in which analytical rigour is everything and practical relevance is nothing.”
graduate from Masters and PhD programs with an effectively vacuous understanding of economics, no appreciation of the intellectual history of their discipline, and an approach to mathematics that hobbles both their critical understanding of economics and their ability to appreciate the latest advances in mathematics and other sciences.
“The application of mathematics to economics has proved largely unsuccessful because it is based on a misleading analogy between economics and physics.
www.paecon.net   (1651 words)

 Nexus Network Journal Home Page: Architecture and Mathematics Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-11)
is a peer-reviewed online research resource for studies in architecture and mathematics.
It is published by Kim Williams, director of the conference series "Nexus: Relationships Between Architecture and Mathematics".
If you would like to be on the mailing list to receive information about Nexus conferences and the NNJ, send an e-mail to Kim Williams.
www.leonet.it /culture/nexus/network_journal   (99 words)

 Math/Science Network - Expanding Your Horizons
Expanding Your Horizons in Science and Mathematics™ conferences are designed to nurture girls' interest in science and math courses and to encourage them to consider science and math-based career options such as engineering, computer science and physical science.
The EYH Network would like to thank all of our friends and sponsors!
The first EYH conference was created at Mills College in 1976.
www.expandingyourhorizons.org /index.html   (62 words)

 Technical Library Mathematic e-Resources
The Mathematical Atlas Collection of articles providing an introduction to areas of modern mathematics
MacTutor History of Mathematics A source of biographical and historical information for the mathematical sciences from University of St. Andrews
Mathematical Constants Hosted by MathSoft, contains essays related to constants from various subdisciplines of mathematics
www.prod.sandia.gov /subject/math.html   (707 words)

SAMERN is a network of teachers and researchers interested in Mathematics Education at post-secondary level.
special sessions on Mathematics Education as part of national conferences such as those of SAMS and AMESA
To improve the quality of learning mathematics in post-secondary institutions in order to enhance success and to address the diversity of mathematics backgrounds in incoming students, by investigating, developing, discussing and implementing new trends and ideas in the teaching of mathematics
ridcully.up.ac.za /samern   (81 words)

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