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    Mathematical forum

    Hey guys,

    I suppose if you guys have used any maths help forum or may know any well established, which i could use. I'm in a need of asking few questions in discrete mathematics.

    I'm not sure if there are any mathematicians here in this forum. But i would appreciate if you have used any forums and had a good response.


    Thanks guys!

    ssharish
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    Have you tried posting them here? Many of us have taken discrete math courses.

    I haven't ever used a math forum, but here are a couple math sites I've found useful over the years:
    The Math Forum - Ask Dr. Math,
    Wolfram MathWorld: The Web's Most Extensive Mathematics Resource,

    AFAIK, Mathworld is just for reference. Dr. Math will answer your questions for free, but I don't know what the response time is like and what the quality of the response will be for higher level stuff (though all the responses I've read there over the years have been excellent).
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    hey thanks for the link. I did come across those links on my search on the google. But wasn't sure of Ask Dr. Math. I was using
    http://www.mathhelpforum.com

    Which i thought was really good and from past one week the site has been down. I'm thinking how any admin could leave their site non accessible for almost a week now.

    But yeah i shall post the question which Iím currently studying on here. I would really need some hand. Specially on the proof trees deduction which Iíve already proved quantifier but need to validate it and also need some hand on in understanding the one-point rule. Which is quite confusing :-/ Perhaps they are all very basic concepts, but Iím learning it now.

    And all this uisng Z notation.

    ssharish
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    I'll be interested if anyone here is able to access the site
    http://www.mathhelpforum.com

    Just trying to understand if it just here in UK not accessible or everywhere.

    Thanks guys!

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    No access from here in California, I get a 500 error.

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    The best math forum on the internet, in my opinion, has got to be this one. Really top-notch site.

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    Gardhr thanks for the reply. I've already used that forum once and Iím also a member of that forum. The problem is finding a set of people who use discrete maths using Z notation. By far all forums which i have been; use a different notation and nobody know of Z notation. Which is kind of quite weird. Z Notations are quite popular and quite heavily used as base tool in the universities teaching formal systems. Or there is tool called B-Method which also comes with the tools called B-Tool. Which allows discharging all your proof which is quite handy? But Z is all paper work.

    The forum which i posted in last reply, I found that to be very useful. As there were few professors working on Z. And they were quite very confident on their reply. Pretty much like people I find here on this forum.

    Its really a shame i cant use that forum anymore. It still remains to be inaccessible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ssharish2005 View Post
    I'll be interested if anyone here is able to access the site
    http://www.mathhelpforum.com

    Just trying to understand if it just here in UK not accessible or everywhere.

    Thanks guys!

    ssharish
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    There's also Math @ StackExchange which seems to be active and with a good user count.
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