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r!chard tchen

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discretemath: now a public list
Posted: Sep 8, 1999 3:45 PM
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Dear DREI participants,

The Math Forum would like to broaden this list's audience beyond the
DIMACS initiative, and invite other math educators and mathematicians
to tap into <discretemath> as a community of people interested in
discussing discrete mathematics.

We know of no public forum on the Internet that focuses on discrete
mathematics. More importantly, we believe you, as a corps of
researchers and teachers, represent a remarkable group of discrete
mathematicians and educators who have already demonstrated their
interest and willingness to discuss the subject and its pedagogy.

Subsequently, we've updated the list configurations to allow the
public at large to find the web archives, subscribe to the mailing
list, and participate. I will continue to serve as list-owner, and now
as approver for any posts submitted via the web interface. You
continue to control your own subscription to the mailing list (see my
post in the introductory thread
http://forum.swarthmore.edu/epigone/discretemath/jerkermsting).

Please welcome Professor Stephen Maurer, who has contributed to past
DIMACS (and to the 1999 Institute, by way of his work in King Chicken
Theorems), as our first "outsider" to the group.

Happy academic year,

Richard Tchen

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