Links to related Web Pages
Ringing the Changes
- Index of Bell Ringing Web Resources
- This web page of links will permit you to find anything you want to know about Ringing the Changes
- The Central Council of Church Bell Ringers
- Web site of the organization which makes and enforces the official rules, keeps the records, deals with complaints, etc.
- Westminster Abbey Bell Ringers
- The Youtube video showing the ringers in action.
- Animated Bell Ringing
- An animated .gif file showing 5 bell ringers.
Graph Theory Links
- Graph Theory Lessons, by Chris Mawata
- Excellent set of lessons at the undergraduate level. Good use of animation.
- Graph Theory Page, by Stephen Locke at Florida Atlantic University (Boca Raton).
- A good resource, lots of links, definitions, examples, etc. Geared to graduate level, but don't let that scare you off. Maintained by a highly respected graph theorist.
- Graph Theory and its Applications, by Jonathan Gross and Jay Yellen.
- This is the website for a graph theory text.
- Open Problems in Graph Theory
- A listing, with explanations and examples of unsolved problems in graph theory suitable for undergraduate research projects.
Graph Theory Tutorials, by Chris K. Caldwell at University of Tennessee
- This has three tutorials: Introduction to Graph Theory,
Euler Circuits and Paths, and Coloring Problems.
Each includes a short quiz. (At the "register" request, just enter
any ID and any password.)
Mathmania Graph Theory, by Rob Scharein at University of British
- This has tutorials, exercises (4 levels), activities, and a
glossary (though small). Special emphasis on graph colorings.
Dijkstra's Shortest Path Algorithm Animation in Java , by
Carla Laffra at PACE.
- This uses Java applet to animate Dijkstra's algorithm. There are prepared
examples, and the student can specify his/her own. The animation can
be continuous, or the student can "step" through the labeling process.
General Math Proofs
- Alexander Bogomolny's Introduction to Proofs Page (CTK Software)
- Contains a number of nicely presented proofs.
- Peter Alfeld's Understanding Math Page (University of Utah)
- Contains a lot of hints to get over the hurdles of understanding mathematics and proofs.
- Leslie Lamport's Writing Proofs Page (DEC)
- Two papers - the first is probably more useful - on how to write proofs, can be downloaded as .ps, .dvi or latex files.
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