- Texas Instruments - This is the company that makes the calculators that are required for most of our mathematics courses.
- Guidebooks for Texas Instruments Calculators
- Mathematica is the world's most powerful global computing environment. Ideal for use in engineering, mathematics, finance, physics, chemistry, biology, and a wide range of other fields.
- Mathworks - Mathworks is the company that makes Matlab. Several classes use Matlab in the department, including CS 340, MATH 441/541, and MATH 640.
- Maplesoft - The developers of Maple. Maple is used in CS 340, MATH 441, and MATH 640.
- Octave - Octave is a program that can be used to do numerical calculations from the command line. Versions for Microsoft Windows are available.
Resources for Mathematics and Computer Science
- PuTTY - PuTTY is a free telnet/SSH client used in the department. This software is used to connect to the departmental server.
- FileZilla - FileZilla is a SFTP client. This program may be used to connect to the departmental server.
- Cygwin - Cygwin is a Unix emulator for the MS Windows operating system. This can be used to connect to the departmental server and run X11 applications such as Kile.
- Xming - Xming is a port of the X Window system for MS Windows. This can be used in conjunction with PuTTy to load X11 applications from the departmental server.
MikTex - MikTex provides LaTeX to computers running Windows XP.
LaTeX for Macintosh
LaTeX for Linux
TeXnicCenter - A LaTeX Editor for Microsoft Windows Operating Systems
Kile - A LaTeX Editor for KDE on Linux.
- NASA SP-7084 - (Grammar, Punctuation, and Capitalization: A Handbook for Technical Writers and Editors)
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