Since the time of Archimedes, mathematicians have challenged their peers with a Diophantine equation that is satisfied by huge integers. The article discusses the algorithmic efficiency of various solution methods.
The author remembers a scientist who discovered the fast Fourier transform, changed the language of statistics, and counseled U.S. presidents.
Mathematics Education Positions in Higher Education and Their Applicants: A Many to One Correspondence
Robert E. Reys
Reflections of Departing DMS Rotators
2001 Annual Survey of the Mathematical Sciences (First Report)
Don O. Loftsgaarden, James W. Maxwell, and Kinda Remick Priestley
The Universal History of Numbers and The Universal History of Computing
A Book Review
Part II, Reviewed by Joseph Dauben
2001 Election Results
Call for Suggestions for 2002 AMS Election
2002 AMS Election (Nominations by Petition)
Call for Nominations for 2003 Leroy Steele Prizes