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" Most mathematicians who were educated prior to the development of fast computers tend not to think of the computer as a routine tool to be used in conjunction with other older and more theoretical tools in advancing mathematical knowledge. Thus they intuitively... "
Knowing Machines: Essays on Technical Change - Page 180
by Donald A. MacKenzie - 1998 - 338 pages
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Mathematics: People, Problems, Results, Volume 2

Douglas M. Campbell, John C. Higgins - Mathematics - 1984 - 275 pages
...theoretical) improvements would enable one to find an unavoidable set of reducible configurations. Most mathematicians who were educated prior to the...argument contains parts that are not verifiable by hand calculations it is on rather insecure ground. There is a tendency to feel that verification of computer...
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Advanced Educational Technologies for Mathematics and Science

David Ferguson - Education - 1993 - 756 pages
...grounds for skepticism at any stage... In an expository article on their work, Appel and Haken wrote: "Most mathematicians who were educated prior to the...routine tool to be used in conjunction with other and more theoretical tools in advancing mathematical knowledge." [6] Computer graphics works not...
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The Mathematical Experience: Study Edition

Philip J. Davis, Reuben Hersh, Elena Anne Marchisotto - Mathematics - 1995 - 488 pages
...calculator than he himself can hope to be. In an expository article on their work, Appel and Haken wrote, Most mathematicians who were educated prior to the...argument contains parts that are not verifiable by hand calculations it is on rather insecure ground. There is a tendency to feel that verification of computer...
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