- RUBIK's CUBE-LIKE PUZZLES
The purpose of this page is not so much to explain how to solve the Rubik's cube but to try to explain how one can use mathematics to model the Rubik's cube, and related puzzles. There are links to lecture notes and related web-pages as well.
Formal Power series and Algebraic Combinatorics
This site is devoted to the FPSAC/SFCA Conference.
Resources for Discrete Mathematicians
A page of various links to other webpages which might be of interest to mathematicians working in discrete mathematics.
A description of my research activities in Coastal Carolina University, SC.
Graphs and Optimization
This is a website of Gregory Gutin. His main research interests include graph theory and algorithms, combinatorial optimization, and linear and integer programming. Preliminary versions of chapters, book sections and some papers are available.
CRC Handbook of Combinatorial Designs
Homepage for the Handbook of Combinatorial Designs. Contains all errata for the Handbook as well as new results that have appeared since the Handbbok was published
Database of combinatorial objects
We maintain a collection of different combinatorial objects At the moment these are: codes, designs, graphs, partitions
Introduction to generating functions with interactive java applets by Alexander Bogomolny.
Ecole Polytechnique, Montreal. Research interests : combinatorial optimization, approximation algorithms, graph theory, mathematical programming, probability.
An annual series of meetings on Combinatorics in the South-Central US. Fifth annual meeting: Texas A&M University, 9--10 April 2004.
A program for computing automorphism groups of graphs and digraphs. It can also produce a canonical labelling.
Discrete and Computational Geometry
Discrete & Computational Geometry is an international journal of mathematics and computer science, covering a broad range of topics in which geometry plays a fundamental role.