Brad Appleton's Science and Math Resources Links

Last update: Thu Feb 26 16:29:40 CST 1998

Brad Appleton
Software Tools Developer

150 links to Science and Math Resources on the World Wide Web.

Complexity, Chaos, and Constraint Theory

A-Life Bibliography
A-Life Bookmarks, Olivier Bousquet
Bruce Edmonds' Complexity Page
CAS Resources Online
A list of WWW resources related to Complex Adaptive Systems (CAS) compiled by Ted Belding.
CATS - Center for Chaos & Turbulence Studies
Center for Complex Systems Research
Center for Complex Systems, FAU
Chaos Group at UMCP
"The Chaos Experience"
Chaos Homepage, UIUC
Chaos Links, Haskins Labs
Chaos Studies at U. of Maryland
Chaos Theory home page, Ian Malcolm
Chaos Web sites, LANL
Complex Adaptive Systems and Artificial Life (Moshe Sipper)
Complex Adaptive Systems Information
Complex Adaptive Systems resources
Complex Systems Links, Haskins Labs
Complex Systems, Serendip
A cross-referenced guide to the concepts, terminology, and key figures of modern dynamics---the main tools used to investigate complexity in nature.
Complexity On-line, Johnstone Centre
Complexity, Self-organization and A-Life Links
Complexity-related Web Sites, U. of Michigan
Complexity: Internet Resources, Wiley
Constraints Archive, U. of Oregon
Crazy About Constraints!
A web site dedicated to providing resources and information about the Theory of Constraints, the Thinking Processes, Synchronous Manufacturing, and other techniques developed by Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt (co-author of The Goal).
CTCS Home Page
The Cognition,Technology, and Complex Systems Web site is part of an NSF funded research project that is investigating how people can understand and learn the centrally important ideas about complex systems. Here you can find out more about complexity, about our research, and about other complexity resources on the Web
Evolutionary and Adaptive Systems at COGS
Evolutionary Theory and Memetics Links
Goldratt Institute
The Avraham Y. Goldratt Institute was founded in 1986 as an international educational organization committed to improving the world in which we live through the development and dissemination of common sense methodologies. Today, these common sense approaches to problems and improvements, as well as the tools used to make them possible, are available through the Theory Of Constraints (TOC).
Journal of Artifical Societies and Social Simulation
Mean Field Theory of The Edge of Chaos
Nonlinearity and Complexity Home Page
Out of Control, by Kevin Kelley
Santa Fe Center for Emergent Strategies
Santa Fe Institute
The home of Complexity, the Santa Fe Institute is a private, independent, multidisciplinary research and education center, devoted to creating a new kind of scientific research community, pursuing emerging science.
Self Organizing Systems home page
Self-Organizing Systems
SFI Business Network for Complex Systems Research
Strange Attractors: Creating Patterns in Chaos
Stuart A. Kauffman Home Page
Turbulent Landscapes: The natural forces that shape our world
The Exploratorium's Complexity Web Site. These pages are an online resource intended to accompany the recent Turbulent Landscapes exhibit. Turbulent Landscapes is the result of 13 artists' explorations of complexity in nature.
WWW and the Demise of the Clockwork Universe.
WWW Virtual Library: Complex Systems
Yahoo! - Artificial Life
Yahoo! - Chaos
Yahoo! - Complex Systems

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Thinking, Learning, and Self-Improvement

Agility Forum Agility Tutorial
CTCS Home Page
The Cognition,Technology, and Complex Systems Web site is part of an NSF funded research project that is investigating how people can understand and learn the centrally important ideas about complex systems. Here you can find out more about complexity, about our research, and about other complexity resources on the Web
BPR and Learning at CIGNA
Buzan Centres
Cognitive Science and AI Links
Communicreate - Communication & Creativity
Conceptual Metaphor Center
Conceptual Metaphor Home Page
Creativity Home Page
Creativity, creative thinking and innovation, NCCI
Critical Linkages II Newsletter
Enchanted Mind, Fostering creativity
Epistemology and Learning Group
Evolution and Philosophy
George Lakoff's Publications
Harvesting Workers' Knowledge
Hypnosis - You are now deep in
Jungian Psychology
Keirsey's Temperament Sorter
Knowledge Based Development
Knowledge Management Forum
Knowledge Management Resources
Knowledge Sharing Papers - The ability utility
Learning Sciences Related WWW Links
Learning Studio!
Learning-Org Dialog on Learning Organizations
Links to Creativity Web Sites
Mental Relativity
Mind Mapping FAQ
Mind Tools
Mind Tools - Links to other sites
MindMan - Creativity Links
MIT Epistemology and Learning Group
MIT Organizational Learning Network
MIT System Dynamics in Education
MONDO is a general architecture for encoding, modeling, and processing information. MONDO is especially designed for building information from human-readable text files and then doing sophisticated interactions with that information. The architecture and its implementations support: Structured Document Management ; Object Serialization and Interchange; Hypertext Literate Programming; WWW Sites; Program Properties and Localization; Data creation and backup for Information Systems. MONDO is programming language independent and currently has implementations in Java, Perl, and Smalltalk.
OKBC - Open Knowledge Base Connectivity
Ontologies for Knowledge Sharing
OOCL Discussion Forum
OOCL: Object-Oriented Change & Learning
Organizational Learning Papers and Publications
Origins of Intelligence
Peak Mental Performance and Conditioning
Philosophy of Mind Dictionary
Practical Psychology for Self-Improvement
Right Brains Online
Science and Systems of Learning
Self -Help Web Sites Database
Self Improvement Topics
The Thinking Page
The Creative Leap - Creativity Links
What is an Ontology?
World Wide Brain Club Home Page
WWW Virtual Library: Knowledge Management

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Other Math & Science Resources

Welcome to Science Online
LNLL Lists of lists
Abstract Algebra Online
Behavior OnLine
Category Theory Home Page
Cognitive & Psychological Sciences
Cognitive Science and AI Links
Combinatorial Game Theory
Combinatorial Game Theory Intro
Computational Mechanics Home Page
Cool Math and Science Sites
Cyber-Psych - How are we feeling today?
Eric's Treasure Trove Project
Eric Weisstein's encyclopedic collection of links and information on various subjects from science to mathematics
Exploratorium: ExploraNet
The Exploratorium is a museum of science, art, and human perception with over 650 interactive "hands on" exhibits. Each year more than 660,000 visitors come to the Exploratorium, over 67,000 children come on field trips, and more than 500 teachers attend professional development programs which focus on inquiry-based teaching and learning in the K-12 classroom.
Fuzzy Logic Archive, Quadralay
Galaxy Physics Links
Game Theory Home Page, IJGT
Game Theory Resources, Jim Ratliff
Geometry Center Welcome Page
Glossary of Misused Physics Terms
Gutenberg Project Master Index
High Energy Physics Concepts
Hypatia Electronic CS & Math Library
IIT Research Institute - IITRI - Excellence in Science & Technology
A comprehensive collection of optical and sensory illusions
Infinite Ink's Mathematics Page
Math Markup in HTML
Math Pages
Math Resources, Addison-Wesley
Mathematics Information Servers
Mathematical Programming Glossary
On-line Mathematics Dictionary
Pattern Theory Group Page
National Labs and Research Centers
National Science Foundation World Wide Web Server
Netlib home page
Netlib Repository
Netlib is a collection of mathematical software, papers, and databases.
Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP)
NLP-releated resources, La Valle
Nobel Prize Internet Archive
Nonlinear Science FAQ
POP Mathematics
Serendip Home Page
Serendip is a gathering place for people who suspect that life's instructions are always ambiguous and incomplete. Originating in interactions among neurobiologists, computer scientists, business people, and educators, Serendip is both an expanding forum and a continually developing set of resources to explore and support intellectual and social change in education, in social organization... and in how one makes sense of life.
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society
Springer-Verlag Mathematics Online Library
US National Library of Medicine

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