Welcome to the Mathematics and the Liberal Arts page. The principal goal of this page is to identify materials which support bridges between mathematics and the liberal and creative arts. Such interdisciplinary connections can be explored at many levels, from general studies courses for non-mathematics majors to topics courses for undergraduates to interdisciplinary research collaborations.
Topics Resources Mac Software MSDOS Software Interactive WWW Other Resources Graph Theory
Apportionment, Voting Theory
Codes and Cryptology
Scheduling, Bin Packing
Optimization of Linear Systems
Fractals and Chaos Theory
Literature and Poetry
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