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Imagine Arehirnedes (287-212 BC) , one of the most distinguished mathematicians of all times, being asked: What do you see in the future for mathematics? Perched on the beach of his hometown, Syracuse, on t he eastern shore of Sicily, the ancient mathematician, having just computed t he surface and volume of spheres, or the area of a parabolic section, straightens up his back and Iooks intently into the horizon. He wonders: What else could he or anyone else do with mathematics? One of his greatdoi:10.1515/dmvm-1998-0212 fatcat:7ayqppse5vglnnamoe3apx3lbi