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- A&H
- Lynn Arthur Steen, editor, Mathematics today:
twelve informal essays, Springer Verlag, 1978, see chapter by Kenneth
Appel and Worlfgang Haken.
- Alb
- Don Albers, ``Professor of (Magic) Mathematics'', Math
Horizons, February 1995, p11-15
- B&C
- Mehdi Behzad and Gary Chartrand,
Introduction to the theory of graphs, Allyn and Bacon,
1971.
- Bak
- Aaron Bakst, Mathematical Puzzles and Pastimes,
Princeton Van Nostrand, 1965.
- Bal
- Walter William Rouse Ball, Mathematical Recreations &
Essays, revised by H.S.M. Coxeter, the MacMillan Company,
1962.
- Ber
- Elwyn R. Berlekamp, John Horton Conway,
Richard K. Guy, Winning ways, for your mathematical plays, published
by Academic Press, 1982.
- C&C
- J.H. Conway and H.S.M. Coxeter,
Triangulated polygons and frieze patterns, Math. Gaz. 57(1973) 87-94
(questions), 175-183 (answers).
- C&G
- Conway and Guy, ``The
Book of Numbers'', Springer, Copernicus Series, 1996, Chapter 2.
- C&R
- H.M. Cundy and A.P. Rollett,
Mathematical Models, Clarendon Press, 1966.
- CDF&P
- Coxeter, DuVal, Flather and Petrie, The 59
Icosahedra, University of Toronto Press.
- Cha
- Masahiro Chatani, Pop-up greeting cards,
Ondorisha Publishers, Ltd., 1986.
- Cla
- C.J.C. Clapham, Bull LMS 12, 1980, p161-164.
- Cof
- Stewart T. Coffin, The puzzling world of
polyhedral Dissections, Oxford University Press, 1990.
- Col
- C.J. Colbourn, Winning the Lottery, The CRC
Handbook of Combinatorial Designs, eds. C.J. Colbourn and J. Dinitz,
CRC Press, 1995, 578-584.
- Cox
- H.S.M. Coxeter, Frieze Patterns,
Acta Arithmetica, XVIII (1971) 297-310.
- Cro
- Peter R. Cromwell, Celtic Knotwork:
Mathematical Art, The Mathematical Intelligencer, 15(1),
1993, 37-47.
- D,L&W
- J. Dinitz, E. Lamken,
W.D. Wallis, Scheduling a Tournament, The CRC Handbook of
Combinatorial Designs, eds. C.J. Colbourn and J. Dinitz, CRC Press,
1995, 578-584.
- D&R
- Duane DeTemple and Jack
M. Robertson, The equivalence of Euler's and Pick's Theorems,
Mathematics Teacher, March, 1974.
- Dew
- A.K. Dewdney, The planiverse: computer contact
with a two-dimensional world, McClelland and Stewart,
1984.
- F&K
- M. Fellows and N. Koblitz, Kid
krypto. Proc. CRYPTO '92, Springer-Verlag, Lecture Notes in Computer
Science vol. 740 (1993), 371-389.
- F&S
- David W. Farmer and Theodore B. Stanford,
Knots and surfaces: A guide to discovering mathematics, Mathematical
World, 6.
- G&S
- B. Grunbaum and G.C. Shephard,
Tilings and patterns, W.H. Freeman, 1987.
- G&S2
- B. Grunbaum and G.C. Shephard,
Satins and Twills: in introduction to the geometry of fabrics, Math
Magazine 53, 1980, p139-161.
- Gal1
- Joe Gallian, ``How computers can read and correct
ID numbers'', Math Horizons, Winter, 1993, p14-15.
- Gal2
- Joe Gallian,
``Assigning Driver's License Numbers'', Mathematics Magazine, 64
(1991), 13-22.
- Gal3
- Joe Gallian, ``Math on Money'', Math Horizons,
November, 1995, p10-11.
- Gard1
- Martin Gardner, The unexpected
hanging, and other mathematical diversions, Simon and
Schuster, 1969.
- Gard2
- Martin Gardner, The new ambidextrous
universe: symmetry and asymmetry from mirror reflections to
superstrings, W.H. Freeman and Company, 1990.
- Gard3
- Martin Gardner, The Scientific
American book of mathematical puzzles and diversions, in two volumes,
Simon and Schuster, 1959-61.
- Gard4
- Martin Gardner, Hexaflexagons
and other Mathematical Diversions, Univ. of Chicago Press, 1988.
- Gard5
- Martin Gardner, Mathematical magic show
: more puzzles, games, diversions, illusions & other mathematical
sleight-of-mind from Scientific American, Alfred
A. Knopf, 1977.
- Gard6
- Martin Gardner, Aha! gotcha: paradoxes to
puzzle and delight, W.H. Freeman, 1982.
- Gol
- Solomon W. Golumb, Polyominoes,
Charles Scribner's Sons, 1965.
- Gra
- Lynn Arthur Steen, editor, Mathematics today:
twelve informal essays, Springer Verlag, 1978, see chapter by Ronald
L. Graham.
- Guy
- R. Guy (editor), ``Combinatorial
Games'', Proceedings of Symposia in Applied Math, AMS publication
- Hin
- C.H. Hinton, An Episode of Flatland,
- Hod
- Bernard R. Hodgson, La
géométrie du kaléidoscope, Bulletin de
l'association mathématique du Québec, 27(2),
1987, 12-24.
- Hos
- J.A. Hoskins, Springer LMS 952, p300-326.
- Hut
- Joan Hutchinson, Math. Mag., 66, 1993,
211-226.
- Hunt
- E.V. Huntington, The continuum and other types of
serial order, Dover, 1955.
- Ifr
- Georges Ifrah, From one to zero: a universal
history of numbers, Viking, 1985.
- Jac
- H. R. Jacobs, Mathematics, a human endeavor; a
textbook for those who think they don't like the subject, 3rd ed, p
38. W.H. Freeman, 1970.
- Kam
- E. Kamke, Theory of sets, Dover,
1950.
- Lock
- E.H. Lockwood, Book of Curves, published
by Cambridge University Press, 1963.
- Lau
- Hans Lauverier, Fractals: endlessly repeating
geometrical figures, Princeton University Press, 1991.
- M
- Aidan Meehan, Celtic Design - A Beginner's Manual,
Thames and Hudson, 1991.
- Pet
- Ivars Peterson, The mathematical tourist:
snapshots of modern mathematics, W.H. Freeman, 1988.
- S&F
- M. Senechal and G. Fleck, editors,
Shaping Space: a polyhedral approach, Birkhauser.
- S&R
- Ernst Sondheimer and Alan Rogerson,
Numbers and infinity: a historical account of mathematical concepts,
Cambridge University Press, 1981.
- S&W
- Doris Schattschneider, Wallace
Walker, M.C. Escher Kaleidocycles, Pomegranate Art Books, 1987
- Sen
- M. Senechal, Crystalline Symmetries: an
informal mathematical introduction, Adam Hilger, 1990.
- Shep
- G.C. Shephard, Additive Frieze patterns and
multiplication tables, Math. Gaz. 60 (1976), 179-184.
- Sla
- G. Slade, Random walks, American Scientist,
March-April, 1996.
- Stei
- H. Steinhaus, Mathematical Snapshots, 3rd
edition, Oxford University Press, 1969.
- Stew
- B.M. Stewart, Theory of numbers,
Macmillan, 1964.
- Tuc
- Alan Tucker, The Art Gallery Problem, Math Horizons,
Spring, 1994, p24-26
- Wag
- Stan Wagon, Mathematica in action,
W.H. Freeman, 1991.
- Wen
- Magnus J. Wenninger, Polyhedron Models for
the classroom, Cambridge University Press, 1971.
- KnotPlot
- The KnotPlot Site, Robert Scharein,
University of British Columbia,
http://www.cs.ubc.ca/nest/imager/contributions/scharein/KnotPlot.html
- MacTutor
- The MacTutor History of Mathematics
Archive, School of Mathematical and Computational Sciences, University
of St. Andrews, http://www-groups.dcs.st-and.ac.uk/ history/
- MathMania
- Math Mania, The Erdös for Kids Problem
Sponsoring Program, http://www.csc.uvic.ca/ mmania/
- MegaMath
- This is Mega Mathematics!, Los Alamos
National Laboratory, http://www.c3.lanl.gov/mega-math/
- Pi
- http://www.cecm.sfu.ca/ pborwein/
- 1
- Marcia Asher, Ethnomathematics: a multicultural view
of mathematical ideas, Brooks/Cole Pub. Co., 1991.
- 2
- Lynn Arthur Steen, editor, On
the shoulders of giants: new approaches to numeracy, National
Academy Press, Washington, D.C, 1990, see chapter by T.F Banchoff.
- 3
- Nancy Casey and Mike Fellows (1993), This is
mega-mathematics: stories and activities for mathematical thinking,
problem-solving and communication, The Los Alamos National Laboratory,
Los Alamos, New Mexico
- 4
- David W. Farmer, Groups and symmetry: a guide to
discovering mathematics, AMS, 1996.
- 5
- Martin Gardner - all his books!!
- 6
- Paul Hoffman, Archimedes Revenge,
Ballantine Books
- 7
- David Klarner, ed., The Mathematical Gardner,
Prindle, Weber, and Schmidt, 1981.
- 8
- Arthur L Loeb, Concepts and Images, Visual Mathematics,
Birkhauser, 1993.
- 9
- John Mason, with Leone Burton and Kaye Stacey,
Thinking Mathematically, Addison-Wesley, 1985.
- 10
- Paulos, J.A. (1991), Beyond numeracy: ruminations of
a numbers man, Alfred A. Knopf, New York, 1991.
- 11
- Cliff Sloyer, Fantastiks of Mathematics: Applications
of Secondary Mathematics, Janson Publications, Inc.,
Providence, R.I., 1986. ISBN 0- 939765-00-4.
- 12
- Ian Stewart, Game Set and Math: enigmas and
conundrums, Penguin, 1991.
- 13
- Ian Stewart, Another Fine Math You Got Me Into.
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