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 algebrogeometric

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 In 1942 the family moved to Manchester, where Segre taught for several years 3 Controversy over the proof of this âTheoremâ, especially between Enriques and Severi, raged until a valid algebrogeometric proof was obtained by Grothendieck in 1960.

 coanalytic

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 This subject was started by the French analysts at the turn of the 20th century, most prominently Lebesgue, and, initially, was concerned primarily with establishing regularity properties of Borel and Lebesgue measurable functions, and analytic, coanalytic, and projective sets.

 cofinality

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 824:_{add}  _{notemp}
 The seminal concept hidden here, and waiting for Hausdorff to discover it, was cofinality.

 colimit

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Write BPU1 for the colimit.

 commutor

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Tingley, Peter, Some results on the crystal commutor and affine sl(n) crystals.

 concorso *

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 In 1890, Castelnuovo won a concorso, or national competition, for a new chair of analytical and projective geometry at the University of Romeâan award that was subsequently withdrawn by the Italian Ministry of Public Instruction on the grounds that the candidateâs publications did not match the subject matter covered by the chair, although the ministry had judged his work itself to be of higher quality than that of the competition.

 constructible

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Contents: Introduction; The basic classical notions; �Suslin and �Borel; Basic notions of the effective theory; Structure theory for pointclasses; The constructible universe; The playful universe; The recursion theorem; Metamathematics; The axiomatics of pointclasses; References; Index.

 extremality

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Extremals; The insufficiency of extremality; Important first integrals; The du BoisReymond equation; The corner conditions; Legendreâs necessary condition; Jacobiâs necessary condition; Weak versus strong variations; Weierstrassâs necessary condition; The transversality conditions; Hilbertâs invariant integral; The fundamental sufficient condition; Jacobiâs condition revisited; Isoperimetrical problems; Optimal control problems; Necessary conditions for optimality; Timeoptional control; A singular control problem; A biological control problem; Optimal control to a general target; Navigational control problems; State variable restrictions; Optimal harvesting; Afterword; Solutions or hints for selected exercises; Bibliography; Index.

 factoriality

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 The homogeneous case: Graded factoriality; Global and local structure of the sheaf category; Tubular shifts and prime elements; Commutativity and multiplicity freeness; Automorphism groups; Part 2.

 infinitary

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Fewer will know of the following: Zermeloâs work in the calculus of variations at the start of his career; his pioneering work in game theory before that of Emile Borel and John von Neumann; his conflict with Thoralf Skolem over whether axiomatic set theory should be formulated in firstorder or secondorder logic (and the resulting conflict over the LÃ¶wenheimâSkolem Theorem and the existence of a countable model of set theory); his contributions to infinitary logic; or finally his conflict with GÃ¶del over the latterâs Incompleteness Theorems and Zermeloâs attempts to circumvent them.

 isoperimetric

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Description: This workshop will examine the influx of new ideas, trends, and advances in geometric group theory with focus on: (1) analysis (BaumConnes conjecture, Kazhdanâs property, amenability, soficity, rapid decay); (2) statistics (random walks, random subgroups, percolation, generic properties of groups); and (3) geometry (Cannon conjecture, boundaries, BNS invariants, bounded (co)homology of groups, isoperimetric functions).

 isospectrality

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Contents: J. Lauret, Einstein solvmanifolds and nilsolitons; C. U. SÃ¡nchez, Algebraic sets associated to isoparametric submanifolds; L. Ji, Mostow strong rigidity and nonisomorphism for outer automorphism groups of free groups and mapping class groups; R. J. Miatello and J. P. Rossetti, Spectral properties of flat manifolds; P. Gilkey, Heat content, heat trace, and isospectrality; D. Burde, K. Dekimpe, and S. Deschamps, LRalgebras; C. Benson August 2009 Notices of the AMS 865 New Publications Offered by the AMS and G. Ratcliff, Combinatorial properties of generalized binomial coefficients; C. Benson and G. Ratcliff, Spherical functions for the action of a finite unitary group on a finite Heisenberg group; S. Gurevich and R. Hadani, Application of the Weil representation: Diagonalization of the discrete Fourier transform; J. A. Wolf, Infinite dimensional multiplicity free spaces II: Limits of commutative nilmanifolds; L. Barchini and R. Zierau, Certain components of Springer fibers: algorithms, examples and applications; E. Galina, Weighted Vogan diagrams associated to real nilpotent orbits; M. Colarusso, The GelfandZeitlin integrable system and its action on generic elements of glÂnÂ and soÂnÂ ; P. Eberlein and M. Jablonski, Closed orbits of semisimple group actions and the real HilbertMumford function; N. Andruskiewitsch and F. Fantino, New techniques for pointed Hopf algebras.

 noncommunative

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Truman, Kathryn, Analysis and extension of noncommunative NTRU. Wei, Dongming, Critical thresholds in Eulerian dynamics.

 quaternionic

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 August 2009, 271 pages, Softcover, ISBN: 9780821848173, LC 2009009835, 2000 Mathematics Subject Classification: 97A90, 00A05, 00A08, AMS members US$26, List US$32, Order code MBK/62 Geometry and Topology Parabolic Geometries I Background and General Theory Andreas ËCap, UniversitÃ¤t Wien, Austria, and International Erwin SchrÃ¶dinger Institute for Mathematical Physics, Wien, Austria, and Jan SlovÃ¡k, Masaryk University, Brno, Czech Republic Parabolic geometries encompass a very diverse class of geometric structures, including such important examples as conformal, projective, and almost quaternionic structures, hypersurface type CRstructures and various types of generic distributions.

 relativisation

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 [7] Thoralf Skolem, Une relativisation des notions mathÃ©matiques fondamentales, Colloques Internationaux du Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, Paris, 1958, pp. 13â18.

 soficity

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Description: This workshop will examine the influx of new ideas, trends, and advances in geometric group theory with focus on: (1) analysis (BaumConnes conjecture, Kazhdanâs property, amenability, soficity, rapid decay); (2) statistics (random walks, random subgroups, percolation, generic properties of groups); and (3) geometry (Cannon conjecture, boundaries, BNS invariants, bounded (co)homology of groups, isoperimetric functions).

 solovay

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Closson, Erik, The solovay sequence in derived models associated to mice.

 solvmanifolds

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Contents: J. Lauret, Einstein solvmanifolds and nilsolitons; C. U. SÃ¡nchez, Algebraic sets associated to isoparametric submanifolds; L. Ji, Mostow strong rigidity and nonisomorphism for outer automorphism groups of free groups and mapping class groups; R. J. Miatello and J. P. Rossetti, Spectral properties of flat manifolds; P. Gilkey, Heat content, heat trace, and isospectrality; D. Burde, K. Dekimpe, and S. Deschamps, LRalgebras; C. Benson August 2009 Notices of the AMS 865 New Publications Offered by the AMS and G. Ratcliff, Combinatorial properties of generalized binomial coefficients; C. Benson and G. Ratcliff, Spherical functions for the action of a finite unitary group on a finite Heisenberg group; S. Gurevich and R. Hadani, Application of the Weil representation: Diagonalization of the discrete Fourier transform; J. A. Wolf, Infinite dimensional multiplicity free spaces II: Limits of commutative nilmanifolds; L. Barchini and R. Zierau, Certain components of Springer fibers: algorithms, examples and applications; E. Galina, Weighted Vogan diagrams associated to real nilpotent orbits; M. Colarusso, The GelfandZeitlin integrable system and its action on generic elements of glÂnÂ and soÂnÂ ; P. Eberlein and M. Jablonski, Closed orbits of semisimple group actions and the real HilbertMumford function; N. Andruskiewitsch and F. Fantino, New techniques for pointed Hopf algebras.

 surjectivity

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 Contents: Multipliers of Banach algebras; Differential operators on homogeneous spaces; Fundamental solutions of invariant differential operators on symmetric spaces; Duality and Radon transform for symmetric spaces; Fundamental solutions of invariant differential operators on symmetric spaces; The Radon transform on Euclidean spaces, compact twopoint homogeneous spaces and Grassman manifolds; RadonFourier transforms on symmetric spaces and related group representations; A duality in integral geometry on symmetric spaces; Totally geodesic spheres in compact symmetric spaces; An analogue of the PaleyWiener theorem for the Fourier transform on certain symmetric spaces; (with A. KorÃ¡nyi), A Fatoutype theorem for harmonic functions on symmetric spaces; (with K. Johnson), The bounded spherical functions on symmetric spaces; Applications of the Radon transform to representations of semisimple Lie groups; A duality for symmetric spaces with applications to group representations; Group representations and symmetric spaces; A formula for the radial part of the LaplaceBeltrami operator; PaleyWiener theorems and surjectivity of invariant differential operators on symmetric spaces and Lie groups; The surjectivity of invariant differential operators on symmetric spaces I; Eigenspaces of the Laplacian; integral representations and irreducibility; A duality for symmetric spaces with applications to group representations, II. Differential equations and Eigenspace representations; A duality for symmetric spaces with applications to group representations III. Tangent space analysis; (with F. Gonzalez), Invariant differential operators on Grassmann manifolds; Valuedistribution theory for holomorphic almost periodic functions; The totallygeodesic Radon transform on constant curvature spaces; Some results on invariant differential operators on symmetric spaces; The flat horocycle transform for a symmetric space; Huygensâ principle for wave equations on symmetric spaces; Radon transforms for double fibrations.

 unitaries

2009 20090820, Notices of the American Mathematical Society, volume 56, number 7, page 809:_{add}  _{notemp}
 BG: Now suppose that M is some fixed C�algebra, soon to be either the matrix ring Mn Â MnÂCÂ for some n < 1 or the compact operators K on some separable Hilbert space H. Take G Â UÂMÂ , the group of unitaries of the C�algebra.
