## Some links to the world outside

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ATTENTION!

An internet page is always under construction. So I regret to inform you that I can't guarantee you'll enjoy all links you can reach starting from this page. In the case you find a link as not working, I would be glad to get your email. Thank you very much!

## What exactly is Mathematics?

It is definitely impossible to answer a question like this on a web page. Nevertheless, there are some web pages trying to do so.

- How does Andrew Wiles' proof of Fermat Last Theorem work? By Karl Rubin.

- What is Algebraic Geometry?

- The Number Theory Web.

## Pages which might be helpful for mathematicians

- The Mathematical Reviews

- The Zentralblatt Online

- The 2010 Mathematics Subject Classification directly on the AMS home page

- The Front end for the Mathematics ArXiv and its sub-archives for Algebraic Geometry, Number Theory, K-theory and Algebraic Number Theory

- The Algebraic Number Theory Archives

- Daniel Grayson's K-Theory preprint archives

- Ulf Rehmann's Linear Algebraic Groups and Related Structures preprint server

- The Groups, Representations and Cohomology preprint archive

- FermiVista!: Recherche par mot-clef, a project for the search for preprints by keyword

- The Atlas of Finite Group Representations presented on the web pages of Queen Mary University London

- The home page of the International Mathematical Union (IMU)

- The European Mathematical Society (EMS)

- The American Mathematical Society (AMS)

- The Société Mathématique de France (SMF)

- The web page of the Deutsche Mathematiker-Vereinigung (DMV)

- The Information on the subject of Mathematics from the Conference of Mathematics Departments at the Universities in Germany.

- The MacTutor History of Mathematics archive at St. Andrews and its Biographies Index

- The page of the Mathematics Genealogy Project located at North Dakota State University
- The TIMSS Study which showed the fact that Mathematics lessons at German schools are worse than in most developing countries.

## SGA in LaTeX

This is exactly what we were waiting for all the time. Bas Edixhoven's great SGA into LaTeX web project. Did you ever see SGA 1 in this beautiful form?

(This is "my personal" version, typeset in Garamond typefaces.)

## Mathematical journals

- Some mathematical journals, collected at Regensburg University

- The Journal fuer die Reine und Angewandte Mathematik (Crelle's Journal)

- The Annals of Mathematics

- The Pacific Journal of Mathematics

- The Journal of the London Mathematical Society

- Springer Journals online with Communications in Mathematical Physics, Inventiones and Manuscripta Mathematica

- The journals of the American Mathematical Society with the Journal of Algebraic Geometry and the Journal of the American Mathematical Society

- The Elsevier journals, in particular the Annales Scientifiques de l'École Normale Supérieure, the Journal of Algebra, the Journal of Pure and Applied Algebra, Topology, and Topology and Its Applications

- The Communications in Algebra

- The JSTOR archive

- The Documenta Mathematica

- Geometry and Topology

- Homology, Homotopy and Applications

- Theory and Applications of Categories

- The New York Journal of Mathematics

- The Art and Mathematics Web

## The prices of mathematical journals

- A long article by Rob Kirby from 1997 about the prices of the mathematical journals and a long ranking containing more recent data

## Interesting home pages

- Dan Abramovich
- John Baez's Papers
- Laurent Berger
- Bernd Beyerstedt
- Thierry Bouche
- The Association Nicolas Bourbaki
- Richard Brent and his Factor Tables
- Daniel Bump and his work on Automorphic Forms and Representations
- K. Buzzard's minimalist home page
- Henri Cohen
- Antoine Chambert-Loir
- Henri Darmon's home page at McGill University
- Jean-Pierre Demailly
- Bas Edixhoven
- Theresia Eisenkölbl
- Noam D. Elkies
- Andreas-Stephan Elsenhans
- Paul Garrett's home page and his Vignettes on automorphic and modular forms, representations, L-functions, and number theory
- Horst S. Holdgrün
- Johan de Jong
- Kai Koehler
- János Kollár
- The work of Robert P. Langlands
- Manfred Lehn's page with his helpful text on "How can I give a good seminar talk?" (in German, only)
- Francois Loeser
- Curtis T McMullen
- J. S. Milne
- Frank Neumann
- Bjorn Poonen
- Lorenzo Ramero
- Holger Reich
- Miles Reid
- Kenneth A. Ribet
- Karl Rubin
- Katja Schladitz
- Karen E. Smith
- Ulrich Stuhler
- Haralambos (Harry) Tamvakis' home page
- Richard Taylor's home page
- Carsten Thiel's home page
- Yuri Tschinkel
- Adrian Vasiu
- Paul Vojta
- Charles Weibel and his book An introduction to algebraic K-theory
- My old friend Martin Welk
- Herbert Wilf
- Shou-wu Zhang
- Vincent Zoonekynd and his enormous work concerning LaTeX

## Some mathematical institutions

- The Institut fuer Mathematik of Humboldt University at Berlin

- The Mathematical Institute of Bonn University

- The Mathematical Institute at Cologne

- The Harvard University Department of Mathematics

- The Mathematical Institute at Jena

- The Institut de Mathématiques de Jussieu

- The UC Los Angeles Department of Mathematics

- The Institut fuer Mathematik of Mannheim University

- The Department of Mathematics of Muenster University

- The Laboratoire J. A. Dieudonné in Nice

- The Department of Mathematics of the University of Notre Dame

- The Laboratoire de Mathématique de l'Université de Paris-Sud in Orsay

- The Laboratoire Analyse, Géométrie et Applications (LAGA) of the Université de Paris Nord

- The Mathematical Institute of the University of the Land of Brandenburg at Potsdam

- The Princeton University Department of Mathematics

- The Mathematics Faculty of Regensburg University

- The Institut de Recherche Mathématique at Rennes

- The Mathematics Department at UC Santa Cruz

- The Institut de Recherche Mathématique Avancée (IRMA) at Strasbourg

- The Mathematical Institute at Utrecht University

- The Department of Mathematics at Wuppertal University

- The Yale University Mathematics Department

- The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute Berkeley
- The Weierstrass-Institut for Applied Analysis and Probability Theory Berlin

- The Tata Institute of Fundamental Research Bombay

- The Max-Planck-Institut fuer Mathematik at Bonn

- The MIT home page

- The Institut des Hautes Études Scientifiques at Bures-sur-Yvette

- The Institut fuer Experimentelle Mathematik at Essen

- The Isaac Newton Institute at Cambridge

- The Institut Fourier at Grenoble

- The Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences (RIMS) at Kyoto

- The Steklov Mathematical Institute Moscow

- The Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut at Oberwolfach

- The Institut Henri Poincare at Paris

- The Institute for Advanced Study Princeton

- The Emmy Noether Mathematical Institute (EMI) at Ramat Gan

- The Euler International Mathematical Institute at St. Petersburg

- The International Centre for Theoretical Physics at Trieste

## Mathematical Problems and Fun

- Don Zagier's problems posed at St. Andrews in 1996

- The recent problems of the Goettinger Mathematischer Korrespondenzzirkel for school students and its archive of problems (in German only)

- The International Championship in Mathematical and Logical Games

- The International Mathematical Olympiad

- The newsgroup de.sci.mathematik

- Plouffe's constants

- Papers on Pi and other constants

- Animations of polyhedra generated using MetaPost by Denis Barbier at École polytechnique

- The Integrator provided by Wolfram Research

- A page on the status of the Fermat numbers

## Typography, style, TeX, and LaTeX

- The Elements of Style by William Strunk Jr.

- The rules of the Typographie française

- Jacques André's typography lessons (mainly on French typography and in French, only)

- The (German) micro-typography rules by Marion Neubauer, part 1, part 2

- The official rules of the new German Orthography

- The (La)TeX navigator containing many examples of various fonts:

- The list of Metafont fonts by Vincent Zoonekynd

- The gallery of Metafont fonts by Marcus J. Ertl at Darmstadt

- Examples of Bitstream fonts and standard industrial fonts by Thierry Bouche

- The CTAN-Web home page and the FTP Directory: ftp://ftp.jussieu.fr/pub/TeX/CTAN/

- The font research page and the font link page by Luc Devroye. His list of free font archives is very helpful.
- The web page of the ttf2pt1 TrueType to Postscript converter written by Mark Heath, Andrew Weeks, Frank Siegert, Thomas Henlich, and Sergey Babkin.

- The TeX Users Group home page

- The TeX Frequently Asked Questions by the British TeX users group

- The FAQ LaTeX worked out by the Équipe Grappa in Lille

- The LaTeX bugs database at Mainz University

- The xy-pic home page

- The Xfig user manual

- A general information on Using LaTeX to Create PDF Documents by D. P. Story at the University of Akron

- Another introduction by Thierry Bouche at Grenoble

- PDFTeX support

- Some Class files for LaTeX2e, offered by the Société Mathématique de France

- Donald Knuth's home page

- Vincent Zoonekynd's LaTeX pages and his text on the usage of non-standard fonts. It is very informative but enormously long and in French, only.
- Damir Rakityansky's text on the usage of TrueType fonts under LaTeX and pdfLaTeX

- Some programs of my own. In particular for the LaTeX installation of a set of TrueType-Fonts including the generation of a mathematical style file.

## Dictionaries

- Leo's multilingual dictionary

- The home page of YourDictionary

- The ARTFL Project: ROGET'S Thesaurus Search Form

- The long list of online dictionaries at the Russian Academy of Sciences, in particular the Universal English Russian dictionary

- A list of French dictionaries
- The Grand Dictionnaire Terminologique du Quebec

## Publishing companies

- Princeton University Press

- Springer-Verlag

- Oxford University Press

- Cambridge University Press.

- Addison-Wesley

- World Scientific

## Search engines

## Some pages about Bridge

- The Bridge Club Kultcamp Rieneck and the German Bridge Camp on Rieneck castle

- The Goettingen Bridge Clubs

- The German Bridge Federation

- Rene Steiner's Bridge page

## Culture

- The programme of the theatres and cinemas at and near Goettingen

- The best cinema at Goettingen, the Lumiere

- The Louvre

- The Thebes Photographic Project

- The Work in Progress James Joyce Website

- A page on Franz Kafka

- The Comedian Harmonists

- The Aardman Collection and the home page of Wallace and Gromit

## Miscellanea

- The time table of the German Railway

- The menu of the Goettingen student restaurants

- Weather Underground's world wide whether forecast and another one by Yahoo

- The German Telephone Book , unfortunately the parallel offer of the Teleinfo-Verlag is no more available.

## And finally ...

- We just survived the so-called year 2000 bug. But quite soon the next problem is going to come, the year 5 billion bug.