1., Peter Beerli's home page.
  2., Nick Berry's home page.
  3., Jeff Borggaard's home page.
  4., Paul Bourke's home page.
  5., John Burkardt's home page.
  6., Rui Gu's home page.
  7., Brian Haye's web page (columnist for American Scientist).
  8., Bill Layton's home page.
  9., Hyung-Chun Lee's home page.
  10., Michael Mascagni's home page.
  11., Janet Peterson's home page.
  12., Catalin Trenchea's home page.
  13., Hans-Werner van Wyk's home page.
  14., Clayton Webster's home page.
  15., Guannan Zhang's home page.
  16., Yanzhi Zhang's home page.

  17. , Courant Mathematics and Computing Laboratory Software.
  18. , DLMF, the Digital Library of Mathematical Functions, the successor to the Handbook of Mathematical Functions.
  19., the Na-Net home page.
  20., the NETLIB.
  21., Software Carpentry.
  22., High Performance Computing for Macintosh.

  23., Movie Reviews and Criticism by James Berardinelli.
  24., Rotten Tomatoes: collected Movie Reviews.
  25. the USA Today Sudoku puzzle.
  26. All About the New York Times Crossword Puzzle.
  27. Rex Parker Does the New York Times Crossword Puzzle.
  28., Cliff Johnson, the Fool's Errand, the Fool and His Money.
  29., Everett Kaser Software, home of Sherlock, Knarly Works, Greek Squares and more.

  30. American Scientist online magazine.
  31., HBO, a gaudy, overloaded, and very slow web site.
  32., SALON online magazine, gradually succumbing to advertising popup leprosy.
  33., SLATE online magazine.

  34., FSU Department of Scientific Computing.
  35., FSU Research Computing Center (RCC) for high performance computing.
  36. the bookless study hall formerly known as the FSU Science library.
  37., FSU EXCHANGE Webmail (ugh).

  38., Gmail.

  39. , the Library of Congress online catalogs.

  40. Max Gunzburger's Math Genealogy page.

  41. , DEAL.II, a finite element library;
  42. , DEAL.II videos (and finite elements and more) by Wolfgang Bangerth.
  43. , DIR3, Delaunay Incremental Refinement in 3D, a 3D meshing tool.
  44. , DISLIN, a plotting library.
  45. , FENICS, a collection of software for the automatic solution of differential equations using the finite element method.
  46. , FREEFEM++ is a PDE solver for multiphysics nonlinear systems in 2D and 3D.
  47. , GMSH, a 3D finite element mesh generator.
  48. , IFISS, a MATLAB toolbox for solving Poisson, convection-diffusion, Stokes, and Navier-Stokes PDE's;
  49. , ImageJ, a very useful image manipulation package;
  50. , LIBMESH, a library for the numerical simulation of partial differential equations on arbitrary unstructured meshes in 1/2/3D with a variety of finite element types.
  51. http://, LifeV, a finite element library.
  52., MEDIT, an OpenGL-based scientific visualization tool, by Pascal Frey.
  53. , MESH2D, Automatic 2D Mesh Generation in MATLAB;
  54. , Robert Schneiders's web page on mesh and grid generation.
  55. , MeshLab, software for processing and editing unstructured 3D triangular surface meshes.
  56. , NetCDF software.
  57. , NETGEN, an automatic 3D mesh generator.
  58. , OpenFOAM, an open source computational fluid dynamics toolbox for 3D flow including heat transfer, chemical reactions and turbulence.
  59. , the Paraview 3D graphics program.
  60. , the SuiteSparse libraries by Timothy Davis of University of Florida.
  61. , SuperLU, a direct solver for large sparse linear systems of equations, including sequential, shared memory, and distributed memory versions.
  62. , TASMANIAN, libraries for high dimensional integration, interpolation, and calibration, including a sparse grid library;
  63. , TETGEN, a quality 3D mesh generator and Delaunay triangulator;
  64. , Trilinos, the exasperatingly baroque ensemble of solvers for large scale multi-physics problems.
  65. , TSPLIB, the traveling salesman problem library.
  66. , VisIt, visualization tool.

  67. the MegaBus bus service.
  68. Orbitz.
  69. the Redcoach bus service.

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