## Miguel A. Mosteiro |
Department of Computer Science Kean University 1000 Morris Ave. Union, NJ 07083, USA Office: Willis Hall, Room W406F Voice: +1 (908) 737-4259 Campus Map Directions KU video tour |

CPS-2231 Computer Organization and Programming

CPS-2232 Data Structures and Algorithms

Fall 2014:

CPS-3440 Analysis of Algorithms

CPS-5440 Advanced Analysis of Algorithms

Theory of Computing

Electronic Journal of Combinatorics

Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science

Free-access repositories:

arXiv

Bibliographies:

CS bibliographies

CiteSeer

DBLP

Peer-reviewed conferences:

Wikipedia list of Computer Science conferences

Erik Demaine's list of events

Area seminars:

IAS seminars

Princeton Discrete Mathematics Seminar

NYU/Courant Theory Seminar

DIMACS workshops

Rutgers CS Theory of Computing Reading Seminar

DIMACS Theory of Computing Seminar

Rutgers Math calendar

Other:

Princeton Additive Combinatorics mini-course material.

Sanjeev Arora and Boaz Barak book on Computational Complexity.

NIST Dict. of Algorithms and Data Structures

DMANET

NP optimization problems

P versus NP

Open problem garden

Vašek Chvátal's links

TeX

PlanetMath

MathWorld

Audibilization of sorting algorithms

Erdős number

Mathematics Genealogy Project: upwards my tree: Martín Farach-Colton (1991), Amihood Amir (1983), Dov Gabbay (1969), [{Michael Rabin (1956), Alonzo Church (1927), Oswald Veblen (1903), E. H. Moore (1885), H. A. Newton (1850), Michel Chasles (1814), Simeon Poisson ()};{Azriel Levy (1958), Adolf Fraenkel (1915), Kurt Hensel (1884), Leopold Kronecker (1845), Gustav Dirichlet (1827), Jean Baptiste Fourier ()}], Joseph Lagrange (), Leonhard Euler (1726), Johann Bernoulli (1694), [{Jacob Bernoulli (1684), Gottfried Leibniz (1666), Erhard Weigel (1650), unknown};{Nikolaus Eglinger (1661), Emmanuel Stupanus (1613), Petrus Ryff (1584), Theodor Zwinger (1559), Petrus Ramus (1536), Johan Sturm (1527), Nicolas Clenard (1521), Jacques Masson (1502), Jan Standonck (1490), unknown}].

A story about Paul Erdős:

by Charles Krauthammer, Washington Post Writers Group