# Mathematicians

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- Abel Prize Winners
- Awarded annually since 2003 to one or more outstanding mathematicians. Citations and links to biographies.

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- Australian Mathematical Society Membership Directory
- The 2006 Edition of the Society's Administrative Directory.

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- Chronological List of Mathematicians
- A list of all of the important mathematicians working in a given century.

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- EMS Directory of Individual Members
- Searchable directory of individual members of the European Mathematical Society who have permitted the publication of their data.

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- Fields Medal Winners
- Awarded to mathematicians not over 40 years of age for outstanding discoveries in Mathematics. Links to the biographies.

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- Images of Mathematicians on Postage Stamps
- High-quality scans of postage stamps from around the world picturing famous mathematicians.

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- Mathematicians of the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
- Accounts of their lives and works, adapted from "A Short Account of the History of Mathematics" by W. W. Rouse Ball.

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- Mathematics Genealogy Project
- Searchable database of mathematics doctorates by advisor, school, year, thesis title, and thesis topic.

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- Structure Theorists
- Email directory of logicians, algebraists, and programming linguists working primarily on structural problems in mathematics and computer science.

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- WWW VL: Addresses
- A list of collections of mathematicians' addresses, by subject or institution. Part of the Mathematics WWW Virtual Library.

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- World Directory / Estonia
- The data submitted by the Estonian Mathematical Society to the World Directory of Mathematicians.

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- Arndt - Jörg's Useful and Ugly Pages
- FFT related, HFLOAT package and pi, math/numerics/code links, GRFX, Mandelbrot wallpaper, scripts and configuration files.

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- Davenport, James
- University of Bath. Computer Algebra, OpenMath Project, Mediated Learning Environments. Publications, resources.

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- Leiserson, Charles E.
- Professor of Computer Science and Engineering at MIT. Biography, CV, research interests, and publications.

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- Shasha, Dennis
- Biological computing, fault-tolerant parallel computing, professor of Computer Science at New-York University, author of "The Puzzling Adventures of Dr. Ecco" (Dover, 1998), "Code, Puzzles and Conspiracy" (W.H. Freeman and Co., 1992).

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