**Some Web Sites for CS 422/522**

**I. Problem-Solving Environments**

Problem
Solving Environments Home Page

Matlab

Mathematica

SAS

Minitab

S-Plus (and Mathcad)

Data Desk

Reading #3: A
Guide to Statistical Software

StatLib Index (Statistics Web Site)

Statistics URLs

**II. Symbolic Computing**

Maple

SymbolicNet

Computer Algebra Information
network

List
of Computer Algebra Systems

Reading #4: The
Definition of Numerical Analysis

Buchel and Sethna,
Elastic
theory has zero radius of convergence

Some
Maple pointers

Reading #5: A
Review of CAS Mathematical Capabilities

Michael
Wester's home page

**III. Software Libraries**

NAG (Numerical Algorithms Group, Ltd.)

Visual
Numerics, Inc. (distributors of IMSL Library)

CERN (European Laboratory for Particle Physics)

Argonne National Laboratory

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Los Alamos National Laboratory

National Center for Atmospheric Research

Harwell Subroutine Library

National Physical Laboratory

Netlib

Reading #8: Browne, et al.,
"The
Netlib Mathematical Software Repository"

LAPACK

ScaLAPACK

TOMS (ACM Transactions
on Mathematical Software)

NHSE
(National HPCC Software Exchange)

Numerical Recipes

**IV. Visualization**

Reading #11: Bruce Land, Virtual
Workshop: IBM Data Explorer

Spanky
Fractal Database

Pictures
of fractal clouds

SIGGRAPH

Jim Blinn's home page

**V. Parallel Computing**

CS 267 at Berkeley

Jack
Dongarra's home page

Computational
Science Education Project

CRPC (Center for
Research on Parallel Computation)

Cornell Theory Center

PETSc
(Parallel Extensible Toolkit for Scientific Computing)

NPAC
(Northeast Parallel Applications Center)

Using
MPI (book by Gropp, Lusk, and Skjellum)

An
Introduction to High-Performance Scientific Computing
(book by Fosdick, Jessup, Schauble, and Domik)... available
online in PostScript

Reading #13: first chapter of
Designing and Building Parallel
Programs by Ian Foster

Reading #14: "MultiMATLAB:
Matlab on Multiple Processors"

MPI home page

**VI. Program Transformations**

ADIFOR (and ADIC)

ADOL-C
(and ADOL-F)

**VII. Web-based Computing**

NEOS (Network-Enabled
Optimization System

NetSolve

CS 130
(for all kinds of Web information)

e-Print physics archive at Los Alamos

Science

Nature

Cornell Theory Center Education

The
Tree of Life

National Center for
Biotechnology Infirmation

Berkeley Drosophila
Genome Project

FlyBase

Biodiversity and Biological
Collections Web Server at Cornell

Terry
Gaasterland's home page

Pedro's
BioMolecular Research Tools

The
Virtual Embryo

Introduction
to Computational Biology (by
Michael
Waterman)

The Institute
for Genomic Research

Human Genome Project

E. Coli Genome Project

Mycoplasma
pseumonia Genome Project

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