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1996 Seattle Mathfest
Seattle, WA, August 1012, 1996
Meeting #913
Associate secretaries: Susan J Friedlander, AMS susan@math.northwestern.edu
Donovan H Van Osdol, MAA dv@christa.unh.edu
Invited Addresses
 Colin C. Adams, Williams College, Casting about: About casting.
 Richard Askey, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Integral analogues of the binomial theorem, orthogonal polynomials and education.
 Richard Askey, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Some of the history of the binomial theorem and its extensions.
 Richard Askey, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Refined counting and a noncommutative version of the binomial theorem.
 Edward B. Burger, Williams College, Casting about: About casting.
 Sylvain Cappell, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, New geometrical approaches to comparing discrete summation and integration.
 J. Kevin Colligan, National Security Agency, Nets, sieves, and money: Number theory's rubber hits the Iway road. (PME)
 Joel Hass, University of California, Davis, The double bubble conjecture.
 Johnny L. Houston, Elizabeth City State University, An update on the nothreein line problem. (NAM)
 Deborah Hughes Hallett, Harvard University, The role of secondary schools in calculus reform.
 Robert Moses, The Algebra Project, Reflections on mathematics reform, mathematics literacy, and citizenship.
 Kenneth A. Ross, University of Oregon, The mathematics of card shuffling.
 GianCarlo Rota, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, The many lives of binomial coefficients.
 Atle Selberg, Institute for Advanced Study, The history of the prime number theorem.
 Karen E. Smith, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Calculus mod p.
 Alan Tucker, State University of New York, Stony Brook, Influences on graph theory from computing and mathematical sciences.
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