This is a story about the significance of diverse viewpoints in mathematical research. Jesús A. De Loera discusses how the analysis of the linear optimization problem connects in elegant ways to algebra and topology.
Inna Zakharevich gives a brief overview of topological, algebraic, and combinatorial $K$-theories, including context and background to explain how the modern perspective on $K$-theory developed and some of the motivation for the theory behind it.
Paulo Ribenboim writes about his lifelong friendship with Grothendieck.
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Math Societies to Lawmakers: Help Us Make the Master Key
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Has Carmichael’s Totient Conjecture Been Proven? No, No, it has not.
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