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Mathématiques et sciences humaines is produced by the centre for social mathematical analysis of the EHESS, who produce articles about the broad arenas of mathematics and the social sciences. It is the journal’s editorial policy to contribute to the development of the relationship between the humanities and mathematics, while taking into account the fact that the mathematical methods and computer techniques implementing them are often closely linked. The journal features articles about applied and pure maths, as well as unpublished results, syntheses and a bibliography.

The journal ceased publishing at Issue 200 of 2012.

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200 | Hiver 2012
Hommage à Marc Barbut

Homage to Marc Barbut
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