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The February issue showcases a mixture of mathematics and mathematical culture. We have a feature article on the potential theory of the ellipsoid and another on two-person fair division of indivisible items. On the other hand, we have an article on the relationship of the National Security Agency and the National Institute of Standards and Technology. There is also a piece on the JUMP Math program for getting kids interested in math at an early age. Finally, there are the experiences of an American mathematician who spent a year in Moscow in the 1970s. --Steven G. Krantz, Editor (pp. )

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Two-Person Fair Division of Indivisible Items: An Efficient, Envy-Free Algorithm

Steven J. Brams, D. Marc Kilgour, and Christian Klamler

(pp. 130)

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JUMP Math: Multiplying Potential

John Mighton

(pp. 144)

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A Tale of Ellipsoids in Potential Theory

Dmitry Khavinson and Erik Lundberg

(pp. 148)

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Fall 2012 Departmental Profile Report
Richard Cleary, James W. Maxwell, and Colleen Rose

WHAT IS...Cyclic Sieving?
Victor Reiner, Dennis Stanton, and Dennis White

Doceamus: A Missing Piece: Early Elementary Plane Rotations
Bob Palais

Interview with Pierre Deligne
Martin Raussen and Christian Skau

An American Mathematician in Moscow, or How I Destroyed the Soviet Union
Melvyn B. Nathanson

The NSA Back Door to NIST
Thomas C. Hales

Musings on MOOCs
Jim Fowler and Tara Smith



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