. "2 Current U.S. Research Institutes in the Mathematical SciencesImpact and Continuing Need." U.S. Research Institutes in the Mathematical Sciences: Assessment and Perspectives. Washington, DC: The National Academies Press, 1999.
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While many sorts of other mathematical institutes now exist, there nevertheless continues to be a vital need for broadly based mathematical research institutes in the United States along the lines of, but not necessarily identical to, the ones now in operation.