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May brings an incisive review of the important quartet of analysis books by E. M. Stein and R. Shakarchi. There is also a fascinating article on tilings, and an exploration of partial differential equations with discontinuous solutions. Finally we offer a remembrance of the distinguished mathematician Herbert Federer. As usual the Doceamus and Scripta Manent and other Communications round out the mathematical picture for May. --Steven G. Krantz, Editor

Efficient Algorithms for Solving Partial Differential Equations with Discontinuous Solutions

Chi-Wang Shu

(pp. 615)

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Remembering Herbert Federer (1920--2010)

Harold Parks, Coordinating Editor

(pp. 622)

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Isoperimetric Pentagonal Tilings

Ping Ngai Chung, Miguel A. Fernandez, Yifei Li, Michael Mara, Frank Morgan, Isamar Rosa Plata, Niralee Shah, Luis Sordo Vieira, Elena Wikner

(pp. 632)

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Princeton Lectures in Analysis by Elias M. Stein and Rami Shakarchi--A Book Review

Reviewed by Charles Fefferman and Robert Fefferman with contributions from Paul Hagelstein, Natasa Pavlovic, and Lillian Pierce

(pp. 641)

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The Theory That Would Not Die--A Book Review
Reviewed by Andrew I. Dale

The Man of Numbers: Fibonacci's Arithmetic Revolution--A Book Review
Reviewed by John Hannah

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