@article {MATHEDUC.06439670,
author = {Malkevitch, Joseph},
title = {Words.},
year = {2014},
journal = {Consortium},
volume = {107},
issn = {0889-5392},
pages = {9-14},
publisher = {COMAP (Consortium for Mathematics and Its Applications), Bedford, MA},
abstract = {From the text: When people think about mathematics they probably first think of numbers and not words. But mathematics, with its great intellectual curiosity for ideas, studies words from many points of view -- doing what it often does, looking for patterns. In fact, the ``science" of patterns is sometimes offered as a succinct definition for the subject matter of mathematics as a whole. Here I will take a brief look at some of the ways mathematics has looked at words in the hope of exploiting the resulting ideas.},
msc2010 = {K20xx (P20xx F60xx)},
identifier = {2015d.00806},
}