The Magic Encyclopedia Links and adresses 


Person and site  remarks  
<Eric Weisstein> mathworld.wolfram.com 
comprehensive and interactive mathemathical encyclopedia  
Suggestion:  visit if you are interested in mathematics  
[John R Hendricks] 1929.09.04  2007.07.07 John Hendricks Math 
A lifetime spent on the subject resulted in many selfpublished books John passed away July 7 2007 (His work is maintained by <Harvey Heinz>  
see also 
Magic HyperCube doubling method pdigital equations 

Notables: 
Visualized the tesseract (4dimensional hypercube) Found a general hypercube doubling method< (see also Marián Trenkler) Found the first bimagic cube ever. 

[Harvey Heinz] 1930.08.31  2013.07.06 "magic stars squares and other subjects" 
Excellent discussions with Harvey resulted in many a subject and new ideas The site provide an excelent resourse of ideas and samples  
Suggestion: 
see:
http://www.magicsquares.net/BookSale.htm for acquiring the Lexicon 

see also 
Magic stars Quadrant Magic 

Notables: 
His investigation of magic stars Listings of various magic square subjects Suggestions inspired new subject as Quadrant Magic, Panmagic Stars and various other subjects 

<Marián Trenkler> Marián Trenkler  A professional mathematician working this field  
Suggestion:  download some interesting mathematical papers from his site  
see also  doubling method.  
Notables: 
Found a general hypercube doubling method (see also John R. Hendricks) Mathematical work on magic hypercubes 

<Walter Trump> magicsquares 
teacher for Mathematics, Physics and ComputerScience living in Nuremberg (the home of Albrecht Dürer)  
Remark: 
writing computer programs for fun since 1983 Using GB32 programs to count magic squares 

<William Walkington> carresmagiques 
British expat in France magic squares from torus viewpoint 

<Holger Danielsson> magicsquares.info 
nice new site on magic squares  
<Donald Morris> bestfranklinsquares 
retired tool and die maker who has an excellent site on franklin squares  
see also  Franklin Magic Squares.  
<Arie Breedijk> perfectmagicsquares 
new (dutch) kid on the block site on preliminary franklin squares  
see also  Franklin Magic Squares.  
<Awani Kumar> magictour.free.fr  A forester investigating magic knight tours  
Remark: 
compiled over 1300 single diagonal magic tours on 12x12 board and 76 magic knight tours on a 16x16 board. further 54 tours on a 4x4x4 cube and also magic knight tours on a 12x12x12 cube 

see also  the Games and Puzzles Journal  
<Francis Gaspalou> magicsquares  A French Engineer  living near Paris  
Remark:  Applies GroupTheory to magic squares  
<Dwane Campbell> magiccubes 
Chemist with a site devoted to squares, cubes, and hypercubes that can be made by combining lines  
Remark:  Concentrates on {nasik} hypercubes order 2^{n}  
<Ab Bay Ima> mathissues.com  New kid on the block  
Remark:  magic squares in algebraical formalisations  
<Willem Barink> magicsquares  found interesting compounding method  
see also  Multiplication  
<E.A.Harper> www.iching01.net.nz  Costructor of the Iching Magic Circle  
Remark:  Someone entirily new to the subject (it seems)  
<Peter D Loly> reprints  Interesting articles on magic square and cubes  
Remark:  Calls "Multiplication" "Compounding"  
<Robert Dickter> www.luoshu.com  Interesting articles linked to the luoshu square  
see also:  Pythagorean triplets  
<Harry White> harrywhite  square counting and downladable programs  
Remark:  
<Mitsutoshi Nakamura> magic Cubes and Tesseracts  great new site on magic cubes  
<Paul Pasles> Paul Pasles  Investigation of Squares and Circles by Ben Franklin  
see also 
Franklin Squares Franklin Circle Bent diagonal Qualifications 

[Garrett Jones] Fourth Dimension: Tetraspace  Investigation of the fourth dimension by Garrett Jones  
see also  Hypercube  
<George Chen>  An interesting email contact with great ideas on the subject  
see also 
4pan bimagic panmagic order 9 squares (see: DataBase) Pandiagonal Stacking 

[Gil Lamb]  An interesting email contact with great ideas on the subject  
see also  Generating Hypercube  
[Kathleen Ollerenshaw] [David Brée] most perfect pandiagonal magic squares (note: site deleted)  Work done by "dame Ollerenshaw" inspired many to study the panmagic feature on order 4p  
Suggestion:  see site for acquiring dame Ollerenshaw"s book  
see also  panmagic (orders 4p)  
Notables:  Found a general method for obtaining "mostperfect" squares order 4p  
Authors note: 
The qualification "Most Perfect" this author found achievable by some other means (see "pandiagonal Transform") and found the qualification of dame Ollerenshaw simularly defined for doubly even hypercube of any dimension 

[M Suzuki] magic squares and cubes <Suzanne Alejandre> 
Provides many a link to pages on the subject. Attempts made by this author to get listed failed uptill now  
Suggestion:  visit and find many a link not provided here  
Authors note: 
Site moved to mathforum, M. Suzuki can not be reached by email any more Alejandre"s mail adress is listed in the uploaded page as contact 

<Christian Boyer> multimagie.com  General method (?) for pMultiMagic squares  
Notables:  The first 4MultiMagic and 5MultiMagic squares found  
<Grog> Magic Squares by "Grog"  Views a magic square as a colorised carpet  
see also  panmagic squares (square orders)  
<Bogdan Golunski> "Number Galaxies"  Shows great results from a somewhat irregular hypertorus model.  
Suggestion: 
Site to visit for those who think that the subject is about finding bigger squares or hypercubes 

see also  Models  
Notables:  the "Number Galaxies"  
[Alan Adler] Magic Squares: "Multiplication" in a new context  Same kind of multiplication I found.  
see also  Multiplication  
<Charles Kelly> "Magic Squares and Hypercubes"  Java applet provide many a sample of hypercubes  
The links below are provided as is (Reader is invited to sent me other interesting relevant URL"s)  
neat almost magical square with knight
jump property (the diagonal soms are off) Pages on the Sator Square: http://studwww.unimarburg.de/~Nadig/m522.htm http://www.smithtrust.com/satorsite/pages/SATOR.html  
This author has no access to a real mathematical library, and works from the books of John Hendricks only, some other articles sent to me by either email or regular mail. Below links to pages listing resources. The reader is invited to send me URL"s of more such pages he has or know off  
Marián Trenkler"s Magic Cubes and Hypercubes References M. Suzuki"s refference page Harvey Heinz bibliography page  