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2018년 연구강의록

총 파일 열람 483219번

총 10764건

10664 The singular continuous diffraction measure of the Thue-Morse chain - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)
10663 Homometric Point Sets and Inverse Problems - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)
10662 Can Kinematic Diffraction Distinguish Order from Disorder? - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)
10661 Surprises in aperiodic diffraction - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)
10660 Diffraction of limit periodic point sets - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)
10659 Random point sets and their diffraction - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)
10658 Mathematical diffraction theory of deterministic and stochastic structures: An informal summary - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)
10657 The heterogenous multiscale methods - Weinan E (Princeton University)
10656 The Kohn-Sham equation for deformed crystals - Weinan E (Princeton University)
10655 A blowup result for the periodic NLS without gauge invariance - Tadahiro Oh (Princeton University)
10654 On the one-dimensional cubic nonlinear Schrödinger equation below L2 - Tadahiro Oh (Princeton University)
10653 Markerless Motion Capture in the Crowd - Christoph Bregler (NYU)
10652 On braid groups - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)
10651 On Siegel''s modular group - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)
10650 Isotopies of homeomorphisms of Riemann surfaces and a theorem about Artin''s braid group - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)
10649 On isotopies of homeomorphisms of Riemann surfaces - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)
10648 Lifting and projecting homeomorphisms - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)
10647 An inverse function theorem for free groups - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)
10646 Heegaard splittings of branched coverings of S^3 - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)
10645 Heegaard splittings of prime 3-manifolds are not unique - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)