The Mathematics & Computer Science Lib-Guide is a repository created to support research work by faculty and students in the Mathematics & Computer Science Department. You should find links supporting many of your research needs on this site including DOI article search, e-book resources, reference websites, and writing and citation style guides.
Here is a search widget you can use [it is set to enter a DOI but you can search by other criterion once you get to the search page]
nuggets is a good source for information on Data Mining, Knowledge
Discovery, Genomic Mining, and Web Mining.
UCI Machine Learning Repository is a repository of databases, domain
theories and data generators that are used by the machine learning
community for the empirical analysis of machine learning algorithms
Data.gov is another source of free datasets. You can get data sets in several formats [CSV, XML, etc.] Since many of the files are in XML format you can Google search for an XML parser to read and convert the XML files to another text format.
The Correlates of War Project was founded in 1963 by J. David Singer, a political scientist at the University of Michigan. The original and continuing goal of the project has been the systematic accumulation of scientific knowledge about war. Joined by historian Melvin Small, the project began its work by assembling a more accurate data set on the incidence and extent of inter-state and extra-systemic war in the post-Napoleonic period. To do this scientifically Singer and Small found they needed to operationally resolve a number of difficult issues such as what is a “state” and what precisely is a “war.” Building upon the work of other pioneers such as Pitirim Sorokin, Lewis Frye Richardson, and Quincy Wright, Singer and Small published The Wages of War in 1972, a work that established a standard definition of war that has guided the research of hundreds of scholars since its publication.
Data Mining: Reports. Browse these reports to find the latest Data
Mining white papers, product literature, webcasts, and case studies.
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Founded in 1999, Bayesware Limited is a privately-owned company developing
Knowledge Discovery and Data Mining software based on Bayesian methods.
Bayesware produces and supports programs, delivers custom-built solutions,
provides training programs, and offers consultancy services to corporate
customers and public institutions. They have a product
called Bayesware Discoverer which is a Knowledge Discovery program
based on Bayesian networks. You can get a free academic version of
Bayesware Discoverer or a free 30-day trial copy of Bayesware Discoverer
Professional from the Bayesware site.
This is a link
to the Genetic Algorithm Archives at the Navy Center for Applied Research
in Artificial Intelligence (NCARAI).The
Navy Center for Applied Research in Artificial Intelligence (NCARAI)
has been involved in both basic and applied research in artificial
intelligence since its inception in 1982. NCARAI, part of the Information
Technology Division within the Naval Research Laboratory , is engaged
in research and development efforts designed to address the application
of artificial intelligence technology and techniques to critical Navy
and national problems.The research program
of the Center is directed toward understanding the design and operation
of computer systems capable of improved performance based on experience;
efficient and effective interaction with other systems and with humans;
sensor-based control of autonomous activity; and the integration of
varieties of reasoning as necessary to support complex decision-making.
The emphasis at NCARAI is the linkage of theory and application in
demonstration projects that use a full spectrum of artificial intelligence
techniques.The NCARAI includes
the Immersive Simulations section, the Intelligent Multimodal/Multimedia
Systems section, the Intelligent Systems section, and the Interface
Design and Evaluation section.
Math Software Vendor Links
Here’s some links to mathematical and statistical software vendors:
These will give you some idea what resources are available and what they can do.
Open-Source Software Resources
Here’s some links to Open-Source mathematical, statistical, and productivity software vendors:
Helpful Writing Links
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with every stage of the writing process, from brainstorming ideas to documenting
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summaries, critical analyses, and literature reviews; research and term
papers; theses and dissertations; and more.
Purdue University's On-line Writing Lab (OWL)