**Author**: Nicholas T. Varopoulos,L. Saloff-Coste,T. Coulhon

**Publisher:**Cambridge University Press

**ISBN:**9780521088015

**Category:**Mathematics

**Page:**172

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**Author**: Nicholas T. Varopoulos,L. Saloff-Coste,T. Coulhon

**Publisher:** Cambridge University Press

**ISBN:** 9780521088015

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** 172

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The geometry and analysis that is discussed in this book extends to classical results for general discrete or Lie groups, and the methods used are analytical, but are not concerned with what is described these days as real analysis. Most of the results described in this book have a dual formulation: they have a "discrete version" related to a finitely generated discrete group and a continuous version related to a Lie group. The authors chose to center this book around Lie groups, but could easily have pushed it in several other directions as it interacts with the theory of second order partial differential operators, and probability theory, as well as with group theory.

**Author**: Cornelia Druţu,Michael Kapovich

**Publisher:** American Mathematical Soc.

**ISBN:** 1470411040

**Category:** Geometric group theory

**Page:** 819

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The key idea in geometric group theory is to study infinite groups by endowing them with a metric and treating them as geometric spaces. This applies to many groups naturally appearing in topology, geometry, and algebra, such as fundamental groups of manifolds, groups of matrices with integer coefficients, etc. The primary focus of this book is to cover the foundations of geometric group theory, including coarse topology, ultralimits and asymptotic cones, hyperbolic groups, isoperimetric inequalities, growth of groups, amenability, Kazhdan's Property (T) and the Haagerup property, as well as their characterizations in terms of group actions on median spaces and spaces with walls. The book contains proofs of several fundamental results of geometric group theory, such as Gromov's theorem on groups of polynomial growth, Tits's alternative, Stallings's theorem on ends of groups, Dunwoody's accessibility theorem, the Mostow Rigidity Theorem, and quasiisometric rigidity theorems of Tukia and Schwartz. This is the first book in which geometric group theory is presented in a form accessible to advanced graduate students and young research mathematicians. It fills a big gap in the literature and will be used by researchers in geometric group theory and its applications.
*Proceedings of a Special Year in Geometric Group Theory, Canberra, Australia, 1996*

**Author**: John Cossey,Charles F. Miller,Walter D. Neumann,Michael Shapiro

**Publisher:** Walter de Gruyter

**ISBN:** 311080686X

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** 344

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The series is aimed specifically at publishing peer reviewed reviews and contributions presented at workshops and conferences. Each volume is associated with a particular conference, symposium or workshop. These events cover various topics within pure and applied mathematics and provide up-to-date coverage of new developments, methods and applications.
Publishes research articles that focus on groups or group actions as well as articles in other areas of mathematics in which groups or group actions are used as a main tool. Covers all topics of modern group theory with preference given to geometric, asymptotic and combinatorial group theory, dynamics of group actions, probabilistic and analytical methods, interaction with ergodic theory and operator algebras, and other related fields.
*Collected Papers Dedicated to the 70th Birthday of Academician Anatolii Georgievich Vitushkin*

**Author**: N.A

**Publisher:** N.A

**ISBN:** N.A

**Category:** Functions of complex variables

**Page:** 276

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**Author**: Paul Biran,Octav Cornea,François Lalonde

**Publisher:** Springer Science & Business Media

**ISBN:** 1402042663

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** 462

**View:** 978

The papers collected in this volume are contributions to the 43rd session of the Seminaire ́ de mathematiques ́ superieures ́ (SMS) on “Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis and Symplectic Topology.” This session took place at the Universite ́ de Montreal ́ in July 2004 and was a NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI). The aim of the ASI was to bring together young researchers from various parts of the world and to present to them some of the most signi cant recent advances in these areas. More than 77 mathematicians from 17 countries followed the 12 series of lectures and participated in the lively exchange of ideas. The lectures covered an ample spectrum of subjects which are re ected in the present volume: Morse theory and related techniques in in nite dim- sional spaces, Floer theory and its recent extensions and generalizations, Morse and Floer theory in relation to string topology, generating functions, structure of the group of Hamiltonian di?eomorphisms and related dynamical problems, applications to robotics and many others. We thank all our main speakers for their stimulating lectures and all p- ticipants for creating a friendly atmosphere during the meeting. We also thank Ms. Diane Belanger ́ , our administrative assistant, for her help with the organi- tion and Mr. Andre ́ Montpetit, our technical editor, for his help in the preparation of the volume.

**Author**: August Leopold Crelle,Carl Wilhelm Borchardt,Leopold Kronecker,Lazarus Fuchs,Kurt Hensel,Helmut Hasse,Friedrich Schottky

**Publisher:** N.A

**ISBN:** N.A

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** N.A

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*A Translation of Sūgaku*

**Author**: N.A

**Publisher:** N.A

**ISBN:** N.A

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** N.A

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**Author**: Pierre de la Harpe

**Publisher:** University of Chicago Press

**ISBN:** 9780226317212

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** 310

**View:** 3873

In this book, Pierre de la Harpe provides a concise and engaging introduction to geometric group theory, a new method for studying infinite groups via their intrinsic geometry that has played a major role in mathematics over the past two decades. A recognized expert in the field, de la Harpe adopts a hands-on approach, illustrating key concepts with numerous concrete examples. The first five chapters present basic combinatorial and geometric group theory in a unique and refreshing way, with an emphasis on finitely generated versus finitely presented groups. In the final three chapters, de la Harpe discusses new material on the growth of groups, including a detailed treatment of the "Grigorchuk group." Most sections are followed by exercises and a list of problems and complements, enhancing the book's value for students; problems range from slightly more difficult exercises to open research problems in the field. An extensive list of references directs readers to more advanced results as well as connections with other fields.
*Probabilités et statistiques*

**Author**: N.A

**Publisher:** N.A

**ISBN:** N.A

**Category:** Mathematics

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**Author**: New York Public Library

**Publisher:** N.A

**ISBN:** N.A

**Category:** Engineering

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**Author**: American Mathematical Society

**Publisher:** N.A

**ISBN:** N.A

**Category:** Mathematics

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**Author**: Cornell University. Dept. of Mathematics

**Publisher:** N.A

**ISBN:** N.A

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** N.A

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*Arithmetic Geometry, Random Walks and Discrete Groups*

**Author**: E. Kowalski

**Publisher:** Cambridge University Press

**ISBN:** 1139472976

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** N.A

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Among the modern methods used to study prime numbers, the 'sieve' has been one of the most efficient. Originally conceived by Linnik in 1941, the 'large sieve' has developed extensively since the 1960s, with a recent realisation that the underlying principles were capable of applications going well beyond prime number theory. This book develops a general form of sieve inequality, and describes its varied applications, including the study of families of zeta functions of algebraic curves over finite fields; arithmetic properties of characteristic polynomials of random unimodular matrices; homological properties of random 3-manifolds; and the average number of primes dividing the denominators of rational points on elliptic curves. Also covered in detail are the tools of harmonic analysis used to implement the forms of the large sieve inequality, including the Riemann Hypothesis over finite fields, and Property (T) or Property (tau) for discrete groups.

**Author**: Chuanming Zong

**Publisher:** Cambridge University Press

**ISBN:** 9780521855358

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** 174

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Analysis, Algebra, Combinatorics, Graph Theory, Hyperbolic Geometry, Number Theory.

**Author**: William G. Faris

**Publisher:** Princeton University Press

**ISBN:** 1400865255

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** 256

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Diffusive motion--displacement due to the cumulative effect of irregular fluctuations--has been a fundamental concept in mathematics and physics since Einstein's work on Brownian motion. It is also relevant to understanding various aspects of quantum theory. This book explains diffusive motion and its relation to both nonrelativistic quantum theory and quantum field theory. It shows how diffusive motion concepts lead to a radical reexamination of the structure of mathematical analysis. The book's inspiration is Princeton University mathematics professor Edward Nelson's influential work in probability, functional analysis, nonstandard analysis, stochastic mechanics, and logic. The book can be used as a tutorial or reference, or read for pleasure by anyone interested in the role of mathematics in science. Because of the application of diffusive motion to quantum theory, it will interest physicists as well as mathematicians. The introductory chapter describes the interrelationships between the various themes, many of which were first brought to light by Edward Nelson. In his writing and conversation, Nelson has always emphasized and relished the human aspect of mathematical endeavor. In his intellectual world, there is no sharp boundary between the mathematical, the cultural, and the spiritual. It is fitting that the final chapter provides a mathematical perspective on musical theory, one that reveals an unexpected connection with some of the book's main themes.

**Author**: Cho-Ho Chu

**Publisher:** Cambridge University Press

**ISBN:** 1139505432

**Category:** Mathematics

**Page:** N.A

**View:** 1963

Jordan theory has developed rapidly in the last three decades, but very few books describe its diverse applications. Here, the author discusses some recent advances of Jordan theory in differential geometry, complex and functional analysis, with the aid of numerous examples and concise historical notes. These include: the connection between Jordan and Lie theory via the Tits–Kantor–Koecher construction of Lie algebras; a Jordan algebraic approach to infinite dimensional symmetric manifolds including Riemannian symmetric spaces; the one-to-one correspondence between bounded symmetric domains and JB*-triples; and applications of Jordan methods in complex function theory. The basic structures and some functional analytic properties of JB*-triples are also discussed. The book is a convenient reference for experts in complex geometry or functional analysis, as well as an introduction to these areas for beginning researchers. The recent applications of Jordan theory discussed in the book should also appeal to algebraists.

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