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    Title: Less Known Digitized Mathematical Materials
    Authors: Jen-chung Chuan
    Teacher: 全任重
    Date: 2004
    Keywords: Less
    Abstract: What do mathematicians do? Answer: They discover theorems. A mathematician may therefore be defined as one who converts coffee
    into theorems. In this idealized but somewhat dubious process, Input = Coffee, Output = Theorems In reality, mathematicians do need inputs in order to kick off the creative mental process known as thinking. One such input takes the form of digitized material.
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