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The Vismor Milieu

This site is a perennial work in progress. It was originally intended as a venue for exploring web development techniques. However, as time passed, we slowly began to add substantial content. Brief synopses of some of the more popular topics follow.

Popular Content


  1. Network AnalysisNetwork analysis - monographs documenting the theory and implementation of algorithms for analysis of large networks and solving linear systems. Useful matrix algorithms and graph algorithms are reviewed in considerable detail.

  2. Power System AnalysisPower system analysis - monographs which document techniques for mathematical modeling of electric power system components. Emphasis is placed on properties that are relevant to computational analysis of large scale systems. Transformer modeling and overhead transmission line modeling are thoroughly examined.

  3. Viewing Mathematics on the Internet - a summary of the current state of viewing mathematical content on the internet including browser, font, and server side support. This document reviews the status of MathML browsing.


  1. Rt 28 traffic camerasRt 28 traffic cameras - information to help the harried commuter navigate the shoals of PA Route 28, an artery that follows the north shore of the Allegheny River from downtown Pittsburgh to its northeastern suburbs. These cameras depict the traffic flow along Route 28 from it’s primary sources—the Veteran’s Bridge (I–579) and the North Shore Expressway (I–279)—to Etna.

  2. Maps of AntiquityMaps of antiquity - provide a useful reference for those exploring the early history of western civilization. The atlases are derived from public domain sources and include the Historical Atlas by William Shepherd and the Atlas of Ancient and Classical Geography by Samuel Butler. Maps are scanned images and image sources are attributed where possible.

  3. Code repositories - GIT repositories housing forks of various open source efforts that we find useful. Specifically, these repositories contain forks of the MathJax, LaTeXML, and MultiMarkdown projects.