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Mathematics includes the study of such topics as quantity, structure (algebra), space (geometry), and change. It has no generally accepted definition.

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Organizations relating to Mathematics

Euro-Network for Electronic Structure Calculations / Warrington, UK
Association of Teachers of Mathematics / Derby, UK / Est. 1950
International Society for the Advancement of Economic Theory in its Relation to Statistics and Mathematics / Est. 1930
SEAMEO Regional Centre for Education in Science and Mathematics / Penang, Malaysia / Est. 1967
International Council for Industrial and Applied Mathematics / Argonne IL, USA
Latin American Association of Biomathematics - Association latinoaméricaine de biomathématique / Est. 1978
Mathematics in Society Project / Est. 1980
Centre international de mathématiques pures et appliquées / Nice, France / Est. 1978
Sociedad Internacional de Gestión y Economia Fuzzy / Reus, Spain / Est. 1993
International Study Group on Ethnomathematics / Logan UT, USA / Est. 1985
International Conference on Numerical Ship Hydrodynamics
Central European Association of Computational Mechanics / Pilsen, Czech Rep / Est. 1992
African Commission on Mathematics Education
Kurt Gödel Society / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1987
ESF Network on Converging Computing Methodologies in Astronomy
International Society for Innovative Numerical Analysis
Conseil international sur les mathématiques dans les pays en voie de développement
Centro Internacional de Matematica / Coimbra, Portugal / Est. 1993
International Association for the Promotion of Study of Quaternions and Similar Mathematical Systems / Est. 1896
ESF Network on Quantum Fluids and Solids / Est. 1992
IGU Commission on Mathematical Models / Est. 1988
Pontifical Academy of Sciences / Vatican City, Vatican / Est. 1603
Association internationale de maîtrise du boulier / Est. 1975
International Seminar on Computational Aspects of the Finite Elements Methods
Erwin Schrödinger International Institute for Mathematical Physics, Vienna / Vienna, Austria / Est. 1993

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World Problems relating to Mathematics

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Proliferation of sports utility vehicles
Mathematical ignorance
Cluster headaches
Excessive numbers of freight vehicles
Lack of health insurances
Topological disaster
Hazardous combinations of drugs
Discriminatory framing by the media
Cluster bombs
Threatened species of Psammobates geometricus
Differential labour costs among countries
Cumulative environmental impacts
Threatened species of Caseolus calculus
Group mind
Idle private land
Cultural differences in fertility
Calculated delay in publication of documents
Discrimination against non-western scripts in information systems

Action Strategies relating to Mathematics

From the Encyclopedia of World Problems and Human Potential

Disseminating mathematical sciences
Reducing population growth
Increasing education for females in science
Assessing risk
Developing telecommunications convergence technologies
Conserving wild animals through hunting
Advancing computer simulation
Advancing applied mathematics
Eliminating all weapons
Supporting women in leadership positions
Culling animal numbers
Averting topological disaster
Researching sets
Analysing topological disaster
Generating novel combinations of industrial instruments
Training mathematicians
Disseminating mathematical statistics
Treating number-blindness
Producing Gross National Product index
Bridging isolation gap among mathematicians
Using linguistic analogy
Restricting television sets
Developing linear parks
Increasing numbers

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