- David Bailey's website
This website has some interesting information about the computation of pi, including details of the scheme discovered by Bailey and two Canadian mathematicians in 1995 for computing the n-th digit (binary or hexadecimal) of pi, without needing to compute any of the first n-1 digits, by means of a simple algorithm that can run on any computer.
Zhi-Wei Sun's Homepage
You can find pdf files of many research papers and popular lectures in combinatorial number theory.
H. Skogman's home page
Includes some links to number theory/math related sites, also some coding theory/DNA computation applets.
Experimental Mathematics research site
This site contains numerous over 100 links to useful literature, software, tools and other computer-based resources for mathematical research in general and experimental or computational mathematics in particular.
SeqFan Mailing List
Devoted to the study of integer sequences.
Carmichael Numbers and Lehmer's Problem
Carmichael numbers n up to 10^9 together with phi(n), (n-1)/phi(n) and the factorization of n. Compiled by Jan Kristian Haugland.
Number Theorists' Home Pages
Over a thousand home pages collected in the Number Theory Web.
Number Theory Conference in Honor of Harold Stark
On the occasion of his 65th birthday. University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, USA; 5--7 August 2004.
Historical Essays in Number Theory
MSs by Peter Roquette.
Large Number Arithmetic in BASIC
Library for large-integer arithmetic, plus some number theory modules.
A Three-dimensional Model of the zeta Function
Made on the rapid prototype machine at SDSC.
Algebraic Number Theory
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