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Topic: Discrete Mathematics discussion group
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Judy Ann Brown

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Discrete Mathematics discussion group
Posted: Jul 20, 1999 11:29 AM
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Hello to all DREI '99 participants,

You are receiving this email message if you are a teacher, researcher or
other person involved in the DREI '99 program presented by DIMACS at
Rutgers University during the summer of 99.

The Math Forum participation in the DREI program includes meeting with
the teachers group for Internet sessions each Monday and Tuesday
afternoon and facilitating an ongoing discussion between teachers and
researchers.

A Discrete Mathematics discussion group has been created at the Math
Forum and all participants have been subscribed. We hope that you will
find this archived discussion group useful as a means to connect and
reconnect with each other during and after the institute.

You can send messages to the group by sending an email to
<discretemath@forum.swarthmore.edu> or by going to the web based archive
at .

Posts concerning "Graph Theory and its Applications to Problems of
Society" are encouraged during the DREI '99 program. However, discussions
of any Discrete Mathematics Topic are also welcome. Please share your
research, classroom experience, recent articles, or web sites in the
field of Discrete Mathematics

Thank you
Judy


Judy Ann Brown <judyann@forum.swarthmore.edu>
Professional Development Coordinator
The Math Forum
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Swarthmore, PA






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