2005 년도 -

3D Discrete Curvelet Transform - Laurent Demanet (MIT)

A Coherent Framework for Multi-resolution Analysis of Biological Networks with Memory: RAS pathway, Cell Cycle and Immune System, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

A Comparison of Classifiers for Detecting Emotion from Speech. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

A computational fluid dynamics study of \'clap and fling\' in the smallest insects - Charles S. Peskin (New York University)

A computational fluid dynamics study of \'clap and fling\' in the smallest insects (.pdf) - Charles S. Peskin (New York University and CIMS)

A fourth-order time-splitting Laguerre-Hermite pseudo-spectral method for Bose-Einstein condensates. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

A free boundary problem with curvature - Inwon Kim (UCLA)

A functional Hungarian construction for the sequential empirical process - Michael Nussbaum (Cornell Univ.)

A General Regression Technique for Learning Transductions. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

A generalization of Turan\'s theorem - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

A Generalized Optical Theorem for Reflection, Transmission and Extinction of Optical Power for Electromagnetic Fields. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

A geometric Kirchoff -Sobolev parametrix for the wave equation and applications ( 2005) - SERGIU KLAINERMAN (Princeton University)

A GUE Central Limit Theorem and Universality of Directed Last and First Passage Site Percolation - Jinho Baik (University of Michigan)

A High-Resolution Rotated Grid Method for Conservation Laws with Embedded Geometries - Marsha Berger (New York University)

A High-Resolution Rotated Grid Method for Conservation Laws with Embedded Geometries - Marsha J. Berger (New York University)

A minimum problem with free boundary for a degenerate quasilinear operator, - Donatella Danielli (Purdue University)

A mixed nonconforming finite element for linear elasticity , - Zhiqiang Cai (Purdue University)

A New Design Criteria for Hash-Functions - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

A new lower bound for a Ramsey-type problem - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

A New Multi-Scale Model for the Madden-Julian Oscillation - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

A New Multi-Scale Model for the Madden-Julian Oscillation - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

A Non Oscillatory Balanced Scheme for an Idealized Tropical Climate Model; Part I: Algorithm and Validation - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

A Non Oscillatory Balanced Scheme for an Idealized Tropical Climate Model; Part I: Algorithm and Validation - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

A Non Oscillatory Balanced Scheme for an Idealized Tropical Climate Model; Part II: Nonlinear Coupling and Moisture Effects - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

A Non Oscillatory Balanced Scheme for an Idealized Tropical Climate Model; Part II: Nonlinear Coupling and Moisture Effects - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

A note on an encryption scheme of Kurosawa and Desmedt - Victor Shoup (New York University and CIMS)

A Note on Bipartite Graphs without 2k-Cycles - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

A Note on Bipartite Graphs without 2k-Cycles - Assaf Naor (New York University)

A note on two dimensional transport with bounded divergence - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

A performance vs. cost framework for evaluating DHT design tradeoffs under churn - Jin Yang (New York University and CIMS)

A Practical Approach to Partial Functions in CVC Lite - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

A Probabilistic Approach to the Geometry of the l_p^n Ball - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

A Probabilistic Approach to the Geometry of the l_p^n Ball - Assaf Naor (New York University)

A remark on Littlewood-Paley theory for the distorted Fourier transform - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

A remark on Zhong-Yang\'s eigenvalue estimate - Fengbo Hang (New York University)

A Robust Gradient Sampling Algorithm for Nonsmooth, Nonconvex Optimization - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

A Robust Gradient Sampling Algorithm for Nonsmooth, Nonconvex Optimization - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

A simple invariance theorem - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

A Sketch-Based Interface for Detail-Preserving Mesh Editing - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

A Sparse Object Category Model for Efficient Learning and Exhaustive Recognition - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

A stable classification of Lefschetz fibrations. - Auroux, Denis (MIT)

A Stochastic Model for the Spatial Structure of Annular Patterns of Variability and the NAO - Edwin Gerber (New York University)

A Stochastic Model for the Spatial Structure of Annular Patterns of Variability and the NAO? - Edwin P. Gerber (New York University and CIMS)

A survey of methods for computing (un)stable ?manifolds of vector fields - John M. Guckenheimer (Cornell Univ.)

A survey of methods for computing (un)stable manifolds of vector fields - Alexander Vladimirsky (Cornell Univ.)

A survey of subdivision-based tools for surface modeling - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

A Verifiable Random Function With Short Proofs and Keys (winner of Best Paper Award) - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Abel and the Concept of the Genus of a Curve - Harold M. Edwards (New York University)

Absolute Approximation of the General Hypergeometric Function - Chee K. Yap (New York University and CIMS)

Absolutely continuous spectrum of a class of random nonergodic Schr?dinger operators. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Absolutely continuous spectrum of a class of random nonergodic Schr?dinger operators. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Adaptive least squares mixed finite element computations for the stress-displacement formulation of linear elasticity, - Zhiqiang Cai (Purdue University)

Adaptive Physics Based Tetrahedral Mesh Generation Using Level Sets - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Adaptive Stream Filters for Entity-based Queries with Non-Value Tolerance Technical Report - Cheng, R. (Purdue University)

Adaptive Stream Filters for Entity-based Queries with Non-Value Tolerance Technical Report - Kao, B. (Purdue University)

Adaptive Stream Filters for Entity-based Queries with Non-Value Tolerance Technical Report - Kwan, A. (Purdue University)

Adaptive Stream Filters for Entity-based Queries with Non-Value Tolerance Technical Report - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

Adaptive Stream Filters for Entity-based Queries with Non-Value Tolerance Technical Report - Tu, Y. (Purdue University)

Adaptivity and Approximation for Stochastic Packing Problems - Michel Goemans (MIT)

Adjoint algorithm for CAD-based optimization using a Cartesian method - Marsha Berger (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & New York University)

Adjoint formulation for an embedded-boundary Cartesian method - Marsha Berger (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & New York University)

Affine approach to quantum Schubert calculus - Alexander Postnikov (MIT)

Algebraic Analysis of High-Pass Quantization - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Algebraic cycles on Hilbert modular fourfolds and poles of L-functions, - DINAKAR RAMAKRISHNAN (Caltech)

Algebraic shifting and basic constructions on simplicial complexes - Eran Nevo (Cornell University)

Algorithmic Algebraic Model Checking I: Challenges from Systems Biology - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Algorithmic Algebraic Model Checking I: Challenges from Systems Biology, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Algorithmic Algebraic Model Checking II: Decidability of Semi-Algebraic Model Checking and its Applications to Systems Biology - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Algorithmic Algebraic Model Checking II: Decidability of Semi-Algebraic Model Checking and its Applications to Systems Biology, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Algorithms for the Computation of the Pseudospectral Radius and the Numerical Radius of a Matrix - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

Algorithms for the Computation of the Pseudospectral Radius and the Numerical Radius of a Matrix - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

An Abstract Decision Procedure for Satisfiability in the Theory of Recursive Data Types. - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

An Analytical Study of Peer-to-Peer Media Streaming Systems - Hefeedam, M (Purdue University)

An Analytical Study of Peer-to-Peer Media Streaming Systems - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

An Analytical Study of Peer-to-Peer Media Streaming Systems - Sun, J. (Purdue University)

An Analytical Study of Peer-to-Peer Media Streaming Systems - Tu, Y-C (Purdue University)

An Approximate Arrangement Algorithm for Semi-Algebraic Curves - Milenkovic, V. (Purdue University)

An Approximate Arrangement Algorithm for Semi-Algebraic Curves - Sacks, E. (Purdue University)

An energetic variational formulation with phase field methods for interfacial dynamics of complex fluids: advantages and challenges. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

An energy-diagnostics intercomparison of coupled ice-ocean arctic models. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

An error bound in the Sudakov-Fernique inequality - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

An Industrially Effective Environment for Formal Hardware Verification. - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

An integral equation in conformal geometry - Fengbo Hang (New York University)

An introduction to proofs of determinacy of long games. - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

An inverse cascade model for self-organized complexity and natural hazards. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

Analysis of slope limiters on irregular grids - Marsha Berger (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & New York University)

Analysis of SPDEs Arising in Path Sampling Part I: The Gaussian Case - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Analysis of SPDEs Arising in Path Sampling Part I: The Gaussian Case - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Anomalous scaling of low-order structure functions of turbulent velocity - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Anomalous scaling of low-order structure functions of turbulent velocity. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Anomalous scaling of structure functions and dynamic constraints on turbulence simulations - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Anomalous scaling of structure functions and dynamic constraints on turbulence simulations. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Another thin-film limit of micromagnetics - Robert V. Kohn (New York University and CIMS)

Another thin-film limit of micromagnetics - Robert V. Kohn (New York University)

Anti-self-dual instantons with Lagrangian boundary conditions I: Elliptic theory - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Anti-self-dual instantons with Lagrangian boundary conditions II: Bubbling - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Anti-self-dual instantons with Lagrangian boundary conditions. - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Appendix to the preceding paper: A rank 3 generalization of the Conjecture of Shimura and Taniyama - Don Blasius (UCLA)

Application of the cell potential method to predict phase equilibria of multi-component gas hydrate systems - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Approximating resonances with the Complex Absorbing Potential Method, - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

Architectural and Synaptic Mechanisms Underlying Coherent Spontaneous Activity in V1 - David Cai (New York University)

Architectural and synaptic mechanisms underlying coherent spontaneous activity in V1 - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Architectural and synaptic mechanisms underlying coherent spontaneous activity in V1, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Architectural and Synaptic Mechanisms Underlying Coherent Spontaneous Activity in V1, D. Cai, A.V. Rangan and D.W. McLaughlin, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 102, 5868 (2005) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Architectural and synaptic mechanisms underlying coherent spontaneous activity in V1. - DAVID W. MCLAUGHLIN (New York University and CIMS)

Architectural and synaptic mechanisms underlying coherent spontaneous activity in V1. - David W. McLaughlin (New York University)

Arithmetic based fractals associated with Pascal\'s triangle - Theodore Gamelin (UCLA)

Arithmetic quantum unique ergodicity and adelic dynamics. In the proceedings of Current Developments in Mathematics conference - Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)

Aspects of total variation regularized L^1 function approximation. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Asymptotic differential algebra - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

Asymptotic Solution of Wang-Uhlenbeck Recurrence Time Problem - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

Attenuation of the electric potential and field in disordered systems - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

Average values of modular L-series via the relative trace formula,? - DINAKAR RAMAKRISHNAN (Caltech)

Bandwidth-efficient management of DHT routing tables - Jin Yang (New York University and CIMS)

Behavioral Footprinting: A New Dimension to Characterize Self-Propagating Worms - Jiang, X. (Purdue University)

Behavioral Footprinting: A New Dimension to Characterize Self-Propagating Worms - Xu, D. (Purdue University)

Betti numbers of semialgebraic sets defined by quantifier-free formulae. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

Bifurcations in the fast dynamics ?of neurons: implications for bursting, in Bursting - John M. Guckenheimer (Cornell Univ.)

Bifurcations of relaxation oscillations near folded saddles - John M. Guckenheimer (Cornell Univ.)

Blue Moon sampling, vectorial reaction coordinates, and unbiased constrained dynamics - Eric Vanden-Eijnden (New York University)

Bouchaud\'s model exhibits two different aging regimes in dimension one - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Bouchaud\'s model exhibits two different aging regimes in dimension one - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Boundary rigidity and stability for generic simple metrics - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

Bounds and definability in polynomial rings - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

Broadband optical studies of 1-D and 3-D photonic crystals - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Brownian simulations and uni-directional flux in diffusion - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

Canards at folded nodes - John M. Guckenheimer (Cornell Univ.)

Canonical characters on quasi-symmetric functions and bivariate Catalan numbers - Marcelo Aguiar (Texas A&M University)

Cats protecting birds revisited, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Characterization of Space Shuttle Ascent debris using a Cartesian method - Marsha Berger (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & New York University)

Chosen Ciphertext Security For Multiple Encryption - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Cocommutative Hopf algebras of permutations and trees - Marcelo Aguiar (Texas A&M University)

Coherent Locomotion as an Attracting State for a Free Flapping Body - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

Colligative properties of solutions: I. Fixed concentrations - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Colligative properties of solutions: II. Vanishing concentrations - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Combinatorics and geometry of Littlewood-Richardson cones - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Combining SAT Methods with Non-Clausal Decision Heuristics - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Complex ball uniformization of the moduli space of cubic surfaces via periods of K3 surfacess - Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan)

Computation of generalized equivariant cohomologies of Kac-Moody flag varieties - Tara Holm (Cornell Univ.)

Computing the Euler-Poincare Characteristic of Sign Conditions - Saugata Basu (Purdue University)

Concentration inequalities with exchangeable pairs - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Confidence Intervals for the Area under the ROC Curve. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Conformal mapping methods for interfacial dynamics - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Conjugation spaces - Tara Holm (Cornell Univ.)

Connectedness of Hilbert schemes - Irena Peeva (Cornell Univ.)

Contact Homology of orbit complements and implied existence - Al Momin (Purdue University)

Continued fractions and modular functions - William Duke (UCLA)

Continuous fields of Kirchberg C*-algebras. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

Convexity properties of Hamiltonian group actions - reyer sjamaar (Cornell Univ.)

Correcting Errors Without Leaking Partial Information - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Coupling stochastic PDEs - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Coupling stochastic PDEs - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Creating and simulating skeletal muscle from the Visible Human Data Set - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Critical fluctuation of wind reversals in convective turbulence - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Critical fluctuation of wind reversals in convective turbulence. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Current-voltage relations for electrochemical thin films - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Curvature-based energy for simulation - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Curves in abelian varieties over finite fields - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Curves in abelian varieties over finite fields, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

C^1 Measure respecting maps preserve BV iff they have bounded derivative - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

Design and Results of the First Satisfiability Modulo Theories Competition (SMT-COMP 2005). - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Detecting even holes - Paul Seymour (Princeton University)

Differentially algebraic gaps - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

Diffuse-interface simulations of drop coalescence and retraction in viscoelastic fluids. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Disjoint representability of sets and their complements - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Disorder-immune confinement of light in photonic-crystal cavities - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Dispersive estimates for Schrodinger operators in the presence of a resonance and/or an eigenvalue at zero energy in dimension three: II - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

Dispersive estimates for Schroedinger operators: a survey - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

Divisibility of Dedekind Finite Sets - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Does the flatness of the velocity derivative blow up at a finite Reynolds number? - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Does the flatness of the velocity derivative blow up at a finite Reynolds number? - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Dual homogeneous forms and varieties of power sumss - Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan)

Duality of Model Sets Generated by Substitutions - Dirk Frettl?h ()

Dynamic LCA queries - Richard Cole (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Dynamic topography produced by lower crustal flow against rheologic structure heterogeneities bordering the Tibetan Plateau - Bush, John (MIT)

Dynamics of an age-structured metapopulation model, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Dynamics of two-strain influenza with isolation and partial cross-immunity, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Efficient Join Processing over Uncertain Data Technical Report - Cheng, R. (Purdue University)

Efficient Join Processing over Uncertain Data Technical Report - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

Efficient Join Processing over Uncertain Data Technical Report - Shah, R. (Purdue University)

Efficient Join Processing over Uncertain Data Technical Report - Vitter, J.S. (Purdue University)

Efficient Join Processing over Uncertain Data Technical Report - Xia, Y. (Purdue University)

Eikonal Method for Calculation of Coherence Functions. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Electrochemical thin films at and above the classical limiting current - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Elementary proof of the B. and M. Shapiro conjecture for rational functions, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

Energy Minimization Based Segmentation and Denoising Using a Multilayer Level Set Approach, - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

Energy quantization and mean value inequalities for nonlinear boundary value problems - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Entropic Security and the Encryption of High-Entropy Messages - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Ergodic Dynamics in Sigma-Delta Quantization: Tiling Invariant Sets and Spectral Analysis of Error - C. Sinan G?nt?rk (New York University and CIMS)

Ergodicity of stochastic differential equations driven by fractional Brownian motion - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Ergodicity of stochastic differential equations driven by fractional Brownian motion - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Error Analysis For Mapped Jacobi Spectral Methods. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Error analysis of pressure-correction schemes for the time-dependent Stokes equations with open boundary conditions. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Error correction via linear programming - Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)

Euclidean embeddings in spaces of finite volume ratio via random matrices - Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)

Evanescent-wave bonding between optical waveguides - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Exact solutions of the Navier-Stokes equations having steady vortex structures - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Exchangeable pairs and Poisson approximation - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Exclusion processes in higher dimensions: stationary measures and convergence. - Thomas Liggett (UCLA)

Experimental Demonstration of an Analytic Method for Image Reconstruction in Optical Tomography with Large Data Sets. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Experimental observation of induced-charge electro-osmosis around a metal wire in a microchannel - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Experimental Validation of an Algorithm for Cooperative Boundary Tracking - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Experiments on Random Packings of Ellipsoids - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

Explicit Graphs with Extension Properties - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Exploiting Predicate-window Semantics over Data Streams - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

Exploiting Predicate-window Semantics over Data Streams - Elmagarmid, A.K. (Purdue University)

Exploiting Predicate-window Semantics over Data Streams - Ghanem, T.M (Purdue University)

Extending Lipschitz functions via random metric partitions - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Extending Lipschitz functions via random metric partitions - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Extensions and the exceptional zero of the adjoint square L-functions - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

Falling Cards - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

Fast 3D Muscle Simulations Using a New Quasistatic Invertible Finite-Element Algorithm - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Fast and Cheap Genome wide Haplotype Construction via Optical Mapping - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Fast and Cheap Genome wide Haplotype Construction via Optical Mapping, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Fast Discrete Curvelet Transforms - Laurent Demanet (MIT)

Fast Evaluation of Polarizable Forces, - Robert D. Skeel (Purdue University)

Fast window correlations over uncooperative time series - Richard Cole (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Finding the global minimum for binary image restoration. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Finding Tree Structures by Grouping Symmetries - Richard Cole (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Fine properties of the integrated density of states and a quantitative separation property of the Dirichlet eigenvalues - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

Fine structure of the zeros of orthogonal polynomials - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Finite groups of symplectic automorphisms of K3 surfaces in positive characteristics - Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan)

Finite speed for symmetrizable hyperbolic systems - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

Finite temperature string method for the study of rare events - Eric Vanden-Eijnden (New York University)

Finite-size scaling of two-point statistics and the turbulent energy cascade generators - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Finite-size scaling of two-point statistics and the turbulent energy cascade generators. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Finite-State Transducers in Computational Biology. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Fitting a Cm Smooth Function to Data - Fefferman, Charles (Princeton University)

Fitting a Cm-Smooth Function to Data I - Fefferman, Charles (Princeton University)

Flattening and analytic continuation of affinoid morphisms. Remarks on a paper of T.S. Gardener and H. Schoutens: Flattening and subanalytic sets in rigid analytic geometry, - Leonard M Lipshitz (Purdue University)

Fluctuations of temperature gradients in turbulent thermal convection - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Fluctuations of temperature gradients in turbulent thermal convection. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Forest diagrams for elements of Thompson\'s group?F - Ken Brown (Cornell Univ.)

From SABR to Geodesics - Marco Avellaneda (New York University)

FT-RC4: A Robust Security Mechanism for Data Stream Systems - Ali, M. (Purdue University)

FT-RC4: A Robust Security Mechanism for Data Stream Systems - ElTabakh, M. (Purdue University)

FT-RC4: A Robust Security Mechanism for Data Stream Systems - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

Generalizations of the Carleson-Hunt theorem I. The classical singularity case - Camil Muscalu (Cornell Univ.)

Generalizations of the classical Weyl and Colin de Verdiere\'s formulas and the orbit method - Dmitriy Boyarchenko (University of Michigan)

Generalized Laguerre approximation and its applications to exterior problems. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Geometric approach to error correcting codes and reconstruction of signals - Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)

Geometry-Aware Bases for Shape Approximation - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Global behavior of a multi-group SIS epidemic model with age structure, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

GOALIE, A Common Lisp Application to Discover Kripke Models: Redescribing Biological Processes from Time-Course Data - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

GOALIE, A Common Lisp Application to Discover Kripke Models: Redescribing Biological Processes from Time-Course Data - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Graph Transformer Networks for Image Recognition - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Grid generated turbulence in helium II - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Grid generated turbulence in helium II. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Hardness of approximating the closest vector problem with pre-processing. - Subhash Khot (New York University and CIMS)

Hardness of Max 3SAT with no mixed clauses. - Subhash Khot (New York University and CIMS)

Heating of hollow photonic Bragg fibers from field propagation coupling and bending - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Heavy flags undergo spontaneous oscillations in flowing water - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

heavy flags undergo spontaneous oscillations in flowing water - Jun Zhang (New York University)

Hedge Funds: How big is big? - Marco Avellaneda (New York University)

Hedge Funds: How big is big? - Marco Avellaneda (New York University)

HEY... You got your paradigm in my operating system! - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

Hidden symmetries and arithmetic manifolds - Shmuel Weinberger (University of Chicago)

High Resolution Aerospace Applications using the NASA Columbia Supercomputer - Marsha Berger (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & New York University)

High throughput Routing in Hybrid Cellular and Ad Hoc Networks - Carbunar, B. (Purdue University)

High throughput Routing in Hybrid Cellular and Ad Hoc Networks - Ioannidis, I. (Purdue University)

High throughput Routing in Hybrid Cellular and Ad Hoc Networks - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

High-index-contrast photonic-band-edge waveguides for tunable time delays - Steven Johnson (MIT)

High-Q enhancement of attractive and repulsive optical forces between coupled whispering-gallery-mode resonators - Steven Johnson (MIT)

High-Reynolds-number simulation of turbulent mixing - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

High-Reynolds-number simulation of turbulent mixing. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Higher-order Szego theorems with two singular points - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Hippocratic Data Streams-Concepts, Architectures and Issues - Ali, M. (Purdue University)

Hippocratic Data Streams-Concepts, Architectures and Issues - Bertino, E. (Purdue University)

Hippocratic Data Streams-Concepts, Architectures and Issues - ElTabakh,M. (Purdue University)

How likely is an i.i.d. degree sequence to be graphical? - Thomas Liggett (UCLA)

How to Use History to Clarify Common Confusions in Geometry - David W. Henderson (Cornell Univ.)

Hyperbolic domains of determinacy and Hamilton- Jacobi equation - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

Image Decomposition Using Total Variation and div(BMO) - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

Image Restoration and Decompostion via Bounded Total Variation and Negative Hilbert-Sobolev Spaces - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

Improved time bounds for near-optimal sparse Fourier representation via sampling - Anna Gilbert (University of Michigan)

Information Hiding in Natural Language Text - Topkara, M. (Purdue University)

Information Theory and Predictability for Low Frequency Variability - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Information Theory and Predictability for Low Frequency Variability - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Integral identities and Minkowski type inequalities involving Schouten tensor - Fengbo Hang (New York University)

Interfacial Forces and Marangoni Flow on a Nematic Drop Retracting in an Isotropic Fluid. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Into the Loops: Practical Issues in Translation Validation for Optimizing Compilers - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Introduction to My Book Essays in Constructive Mathematics - Harold M. Edwards (New York University)

Invariant measures for multiparameter diagonalizable algebraic actions---a short survey. - Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)

Inverse cascade in percolation model: hierarchical description of time-dependent scaling. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

Invertibility of random matrices: norm of the inverse - Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)

Involutions on the the Barnes-Wall lattices and their fixed point sublattices, I. - Robert Griess (University of Michigan)

Isoperimetric Estimate for the Ricci Flow on S^2 x S^1 - Xiaodong Cao (Cornell Univ.)

Isovariant periodicity for compact group actions, - Shmuel Weinberger (University of Chicago)

KMS states and complex multiplication - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Koszul complexes and symmetric forms over the punctured affine space - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

Kupka-Smale Theorem for polynomial automorphisms of C2 and persistence of heteroclinic intersections, - Greg Buzzard (Purdue University)

Lagrangian submanifolds and Lefschetz pencils. - Auroux, Denis (MIT)

Lambda-adic p-divisible groups, II - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

Langevin trajectories between fixed concentrations - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

Large Fluctuations, Classical Activation, Quantum Tunneling, and Phase Transitions - Daniel L. Stein (New York University and CIMS)

Large K_r-free subgraphs in K_s-free graphs and some other Ramsey-type problems - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Learning a Similarity Metric Discriminatively, with Application to Face Verification - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Learning Object Categories from Google\'s Image Search - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

Lectures on Arithmetic Noncommutative Geometry, - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Limit Laws for Sums of Random Exponentials - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Limit Theorems for Sums of Random Exponentials - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Limit Theorems for Sums of Random Exponentials - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Limiting distribution of last passage percolation models - Jinho Baik (University of Michigan)

Limits of zeros of orthogonal polynomials on the circle - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Linear Rotation-Invariant Coordinates for Meshes - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Liouville closed H-fields - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

List coloring when the chromatic number is close to the order of the graph - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Local Grammar Algorithms. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Locally compact locally countable spaces and random reals - Justin Tatch Moore (Cornell Univ.)

Logarithmic scaling in the near-dissipation range of turbulence - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Logarithmic scaling in the near-dissipation range of turbulence. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Logarithmically modified scaling of temperature structure functions in thermal convection - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Logarithmically modified scaling of temperature structure functions in thermal convection. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Loss Functions for Discriminative Training of Energy-Based Models - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Low-order Stochastic Mode Reduction for a Realistic Barotropic Model Climate - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Low-order Stochastic Mode Reduction for a Realistic Barotropic Model Climate - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Lower bounds for coprimeness and other decision problems in arithmetic - Yiannis Moschovakis (UCLA)

LUGrid: Update-tolerant Grid-based Indexing for Moving Objects - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

LUGrid: Update-tolerant Grid-based Indexing for Moving Objects - Mokbel, M.F. (Purdue University)

LUGrid: Update-tolerant Grid-based Indexing for Moving Objects - Xiong, X. (Purdue University)

Luigi Cremona and cubic surfaces - Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan)

L_p moments of random vectors via majorizing measures - Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)

Magnetic elements at finite temperature and large deviation theory - Robert V. Kohn (New York University and CIMS)

Magnetic elements at finite temperature and large deviation theory - Robert V. Kohn (New York University)

Margin-Based Ranking Meets Boosting in the Middle. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Mathematical Issues in Molecular Dynamics, - Robert D. Skeel (Purdue University)

Mathematisches Institut, Seminars 2004/05, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

MaxCut in H-free graphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Maximal representations of surface groups: Symplectic Anosov structures - Anna Wienhard (Princeton University)

Measured descent: A new embedding method for finite metrics - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Measured descent: A new embedding method for finite metrics - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Meniscus-climbing insects - Bush, John (MIT)

Merging spatial and temporal structure within a metapopulation model, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Merkle-Damgard Revisited : how to Construct a Hash Function - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Meromorphic Szeg? functions and asymptotic series for Verblunsky coefficients - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Microcavity confinement based on an anomalous zero group-velocity waveguide mode - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Modeling and analysis of early events in T-lymphocyte antigen-activated intracellular-signaling pathways, - Greg Buzzard (Purdue University)

Modeling the spatio-temporal cortical activity associated with the line-motion illusion in primary visual cortex. - DAVID W. MCLAUGHLIN (New York University and CIMS)

Modeling the spatio-temporal cortical activity associated with the line-motion illusion in primary visual cortex. - David W. McLaughlin (New York University)

Modeling the Spatiotemporal Cortical Activity Associated with the Line-Motion Illusion in Primary Visual Cortex - David Cai (New York University)

Modeling the spatiotemporal cortical activity associated with the line-motion illusion in primary visual cortex - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Modeling the spatiotemporal cortical activity associated with the line-motion illusion in primary visual cortex, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Modeling the Spatiotemporal Cortical Activity Associated with the Line-Motion Illusion in Primary Visual Cortex, A.V. Rangan, D. Cai and D.W. McLaughlin, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. 102, 18793 (2005) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Modulation Equations: Stochastic Bifurcation in Large Domains - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Modulation Equations: Stochastic Bifurcation in Large Domains - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Moment Kernels for Regular Distributions. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Monitoring Energy Drift with Shadow Hamiltonians, - Robert D. Skeel (Purdue University)

Moore\'s Law and the Saffman-Taylor Instability - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

More illusions (supplementary material for Modeling the Spatiotemporal Cortical Activity Associated with the Line-Motion Illusion in Primary Visual Cortex) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

MSp localised away from 2 and odd formal group laws - Andrew Baker (University of Glasgow)

Multi-Agent Modeling and Analysis of the Brazilian Food-Poisoning Scenario - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Multi-Agent Modeling and Analysis of the Brazilian Food-Poisoning Scenario, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Multi-Armed Bandit Algorithms and Empirical Evaluation. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Multi-way Joins for Sensor-Network Databases - Ali, M.H. (Purdue University)

Multi-way Joins for Sensor-Network Databases - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

Multi-way Joins for Sensor-Network Databases - Kamel, I. (Purdue University)

Multiple Biological Model Classification: From System Biology to Synthetic Biology - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Multiple Biological Model Classification: From System Biology to Synthetic Biology, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Multiple Projection Optical Diffusion Tomography with Plane-Wave Illumination. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Multiscale Couplings in Prototype Hybrid Deterministic/Stochastic Systems: Part II, Stochastic Closures - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Multiscale Couplings in Prototype Hybrid Deterministic/Stochastic Systems: Part II, Stochastic Closures, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Nano-scale photonic crystal microcavity characterization with an all-fiber based 1.2?2.0 μm supercontinuum - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Neighbor List Collision-Driven Molecular Dynamics Simulation for Nonspherical Particles. I. Algorithmic Details II. Applications to Ellipses and Ellipsoids - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

Nevanlinna functions with real zeros, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

Non-embeddability theorems via Fourier analysis. - Subhash Khot (New York University and CIMS)

Non-generic blow-up solutions for the critical focusing NLS in 1-d - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

Nonholonomic Dynamics - Anthony Bloch (University of Michigan)

Nonlinear asymptotics for hyperbolic internal waves of small width - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

Normal Mode Analysis of Second-Order Projection Methods for Incompressible Flows. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

NP-Completeness of Deciding Binary Genetic Encodability - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Numerical verification of a gap condition for a linearized NLS equation - Laurent Demanet (MIT)

Observational impact of surrogacy on the turbulent energy cascade - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Observational impact of surrogacy on the turbulent energy cascade. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Off-Road Obstacle Avoidance through End-to-End Learning - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

On a conjecture of Schroeder and Strake - Fengbo Hang (New York University)

On a hypergraph Turan problem of Frankl - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

On a question of Erdos and Moser - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

On a theorem of Kac and Gilbert - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

On Computing the Complex Passivity Radius - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

On Computing the Complex Passivity Radius - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

On Extractors, Error-Correction and Hiding All Partial Information (invited paper), - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

On Metric Ramsey Type Phenomena - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

On Metric Ramsey Type Phenomena - Assaf Naor (New York University)

On Metric Ramsey-type Dichotomies - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

On Metric Ramsey-type Dichotomies - Assaf Naor (New York University)

On Schroedinger operators with dynamically defined potentials - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

On Some Low Distortion Metric Ramsey Problems - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

On Some Low Distortion Metric Ramsey Problems - Assaf Naor (New York University)

On ternary quadratic forms - William Duke (UCLA)

On the Betti Numbers of Sign Conditions - Saugata Basu (Purdue University)

On the cohomology of certain PEL type Shimura varieties. - Elena Mantovan (Caltech)

On the Controllability of Conservative Systems - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

On the Controllability of Conservative Systems - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

On the focusing critical semi-linear wave equation - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

On the Generic Insecurity of the Full Domain Hash - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

On the geometry of {-1,1} polytopes - Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)

On the integral systems related to Hardy-Littlewood-Sobolev inequality - Fengbo Hang (New York University)

On the order of accuracy of the immersed boundary method: Higher order convergence rates for sufficiently smooth problems - Charles S. Peskin (New York University)

On the order of accuracy of the immersed boundary method: Higher order convergence rates for sufficiently smooth problems (.pdf) - Charles S. Peskin (New York University and CIMS)

On the pointwise jump condition of the free boundary in the 1-phase Stefan problem, - Donatella Danielli (Purdue University)

On the Probability Distribution of the Outputs of the Diagonally Loaded Capon-MVDR Processor - Alan Edelman (MIT)

On the regularity of sample paths of sub-elliptic diffusions on manifolds - Laurent Saloff-Coste (Cornell Univ.)

On the role of schistosome mating structure in the maintenance of drug resistant strains, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

On the topology of the Kasparov groups and its applications. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

On the Use of Inexact Subdomain Solvers for BDDC Algorithms - Olof B. Widlund (New York University and CIMS)

On the weak limits of smooth maps for the Dirichlet energy between manifolds - Fengbo Hang (New York University and CIMS)

On the weak limits of smooth maps for the Dirichlet energy between manifolds - Fengbo Hang (New York University)

On the X-rays of permutations - Alexander Postnikov (MIT)

one.world: System support for pervasive applications. - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

OPUC on one foot - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Orbital ordering in transition-metal compounds: I. The 120-degree model - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Orbits in extended mass distributions: general results and the spirographic approximation - Anthony Bloch (University of Michigan)

Ordering events in Minkowski space - Richard Stanley (MIT)

OverCite: a cooperative digital research library - Jin Yang (New York University and CIMS)

Pair Correlation Function Characteristics of Nearly Jammed Disordered and Ordered Hard-Sphere Packings - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

Parallel MATLAB: doing it right - Alan Edelman (MIT)

Particle concentration evolution and sedimentation-induced instabilities in a stably stratified environment - Bush, John (MIT)

patch (1) considered harmful. - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

Penalty immersed boundary method for an elastic boundary with mass - Charles S. Peskin (New York University)

Penalty immersed boundary method for an elastic boundary with mass (.pdf) - Charles S. Peskin (New York University and CIMS)

Phase transition for the largest eigenvalue of large sample covariance matrices - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Phase transition for the largest eigenvalue of large sample covariance matrices - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Phase transition of the largest eigenvalue for non-null complex sample covariance matrices - Jinho Baik (University of Michigan)

Pieces of $2^d$: existence and uniqueness for Barnes-Wall and Ypsilanti lattices. - Robert Griess (University of Michigan)

Po2V: Network Layer Position Verification in Multi-Hopo Wireless Networks - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

Po2V: Network Layer Position Verification in Multi-Hopo Wireless Networks - Wu, X. (Purdue University)

Pre-stabilization for Rigid Body Articulation with Contact and Collision - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Products of degenerate quadratic forms - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

Proper forcing, the continuum, and uncountable linear orders - Justin Tatch Moore (Cornell Univ.)

Provenance-Aware Tracing of Worm Break-in and Contaminations: A Process Coloring Approach - Buchholz, F. (Purdue University)

Provenance-Aware Tracing of Worm Break-in and Contaminations: A Process Coloring Approach - Jiang, X. (Purdue University)

Provenance-Aware Tracing of Worm Break-in and Contaminations: A Process Coloring Approach - Spafford, E.H. (Purdue University)

Provenance-Aware Tracing of Worm Break-in and Contaminations: A Process Coloring Approach - Walters, A. (Purdue University)

Provenance-Aware Tracing of Worm Break-in and Contaminations: A Process Coloring Approach - Wang, Y-M (Purdue University)

Provenance-Aware Tracing of Worm Break-in and Contaminations: A Process Coloring Approach - Xu, D. (Purdue University)

Q-lattices: quantum statistical mechanics and Galois theory - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Quadratic reciprocity in a finite group, - William Duke (UCLA)

Quadrature domains and kernel function zipping, - Steven Bell (Purdue University)

Quantifying the mechanisms for segmental duplications in mammalian Genomes by Statistical Analysis and Modeling, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Quantum Bruhat graph and Schubert polynomials - Alexander Postnikov (MIT)

Quantum fields and motives - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Quasiconformal homogeneity of hyperbolic manifolds - Richard Canary (University of Michigan)

Quasisymmetric embeddings, the observable diameter, and expansion properties of graphs - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Quasisymmetric embeddings, the observable diameter, and expansion properties of graphs - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Querying Private Data in Moving-Object Environments - Bertino, E. (Purdue University)

Querying Private Data in Moving-Object Environments - Cheng, R. (Purdue University)

Querying Private Data in Moving-Object Environments - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

Querying Private Data in Moving-Object Environments - Zhang, Y. (Purdue University)

Queue problems revisited - Richard Stanley (MIT)

Quotients of En by An+1 and Calabi-Yau manifolds, A - DINAKAR RAMAKRISHNAN (Caltech)

R-trees with Update Memos - Aref, W. (Purdue University)

R-trees with Update Memos - Xiong, X. (Purdue University)

Random orders and gambler\'s ruin - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Random Subgraphs of Finite Graphs: I. The Scaling Window under the Triangle Condition, Random Structures & Algorithms, vol 27 2005, 137-184. pdf - Joel Spencer (New York University)

Random subgraphs of finite graphs: II. The lace expansion and the triangle condition, Annals of Probability, vol 33, 2005, 1886--1944 pdf - Joel Spencer (New York University)

Rational curves and points on K3 surfaces - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Rational curves and points on K3 surfaces, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Rayleigh-Taylor turbulent mixing in immiscible, miscible and stratified fluids - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Rayleigh-Taylor turbulent mixing in immiscible, miscible and stratified fluids. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Recent Progress on the Boundary Rigidity Problem - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

Recognizing Berge graphs - Paul Seymour (Princeton University)

Reconstructing Formal Temporal Models of Cellular Events using the GO Process Ontology - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Reconstructing Formal Temporal Models of Cellular Events using the GO Process Ontology, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Recursion and complexity - Yiannis Moschovakis (UCLA)

Reduction mod p of standard bases - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

Redundant-Reader Elimination in RFID Systems - Carbunar, B. (Purdue University)

Redundant-Reader Elimination in RFID Systems - Grama, A.Y. (Purdue University)

Redundant-Reader Elimination in RFID Systems - Hoffmann, C.M. (Purdue University)

Redundant-Reader Elimination in RFID Systems - Koyuturk, M. (Purdue University)

Redundant-Reader Elimination in RFID Systems - Ramanathan, M.K. (Purdue University)

Regularity and speed of the Hele-Shaw flow - Inwon Kim (UCLA)

Renormalized Waves and Discrete Breathers in beta-Fermi-Pasta-Ulam Chains - David Cai (New York University)

Renormalized Waves and Discrete Breathers in beta-Fermi-Pasta-Ulam Chains, B. Gershgorin, Y. Lvov, and D. Cai, Phys. Rev. Lett. 95, 264301 (2005) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Representations of matched pairs of groupoids and applications to weak Hopf algebras - Marcelo Aguiar (Texas A&M University)

Rigidity and polynomial invariants of convex polytopes - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Rigidity of multiparameter actions (survey paper). Israel J. Math. - Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)

Rigidity properties of Z^d-actions on tori and solenoids - Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)

Rigorous location of phase transitions in hard optimization problems - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Rigorous location of phase transitions in hard optimization problems - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Robust Approximate Zeros - Chee K. Yap (New York University and CIMS)

Robust Quasistatic Finite Elements and Flesh Simulation - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Roll waves on flowing cornstarch suspensions - Bush, John (MIT)

Roughness losses and volume-current methods in photonic-crystal waveguides - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Routing tradeoffs in dynamic peer-to-peer networks - Jin Yang (New York University and CIMS)

Sam Edwards and the turbulence theory - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Sam Edwards and the turbulence theory. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Sample-based Cameras for Fast Accurate Reflections - Mei, C. (Purdue University)

Sample-based Cameras for Fast Accurate Reflections - Popescu, V. (Purdue University)

Sample-based Cameras for Fast Accurate Reflections - Sacks, E. (Purdue University)

Sampling from large matrices: an approach through geometric functional analysis - Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)

Scalability via summaries: Stream Query Processing Using Promising Tuples - Ali, M.H. (Purdue University)

Scalability via summaries: Stream Query Processing Using Promising Tuples - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

Scalability via summaries: Stream Query Processing Using Promising Tuples - ElTabakh, M.Y. (Purdue University)

Scalar dissipation fronts in high-Schmidt-number mixing - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Scalar dissipation fronts in high-Schmidt-number mixing. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Scalar dissipation rate and dissipative anomaly in isotropic turbulence - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Scalar dissipation rate and dissipative anomaly in isotropic turbulence. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Scaling Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Replication to Wide Area Networks - Amir, Y. (Purdue University)

Scaling Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Replication to Wide Area Networks - Danilov, C. (Purdue University)

Scaling Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Replication to Wide Area Networks - Dolev, D. (Purdue University)

Scaling Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Replication to Wide Area Networks - Kirsch, J. (Purdue University)

Scaling Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Replication to Wide Area Networks - Lane, J. (Purdue University)

Scaling Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Replication to Wide Area Networks - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

Scaling Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Replication to Wide Area Networks - Olsen, J. (Purdue University)

Scaling Byzantine Fault-Tolerant Replication to Wide Area Networks - Zage, D. (Purdue University)

Schr?dinger operators with few bound states - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Secure Remote Authentication Using Biometrics - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Segmentation under geometrical conditions using geodesic active contours and interpolation using level set methods - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

Selecting Constraints in FETI-DP for Elasticity in Three Dimensions - Olof B. Widlund (New York University and CIMS)

Semi-Algebraic Constant Reset Hybrid Automata - SACoRe - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Semi-Algebraic Constant Reset Hybrid Automata - SACoRe, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Semigroup and ring theoretical methods in probability, - Ken Brown (Cornell Univ.)

Set mapping reflection - Justin Tatch Moore (Cornell Univ.)

Set systems with restricted cross-intersections and the minimum rank of inclusion matrices - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Sharp estimates for hyperbolic metrics and covering theorems of Landau type, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

Sharp integral inequalities for harmonic functions - Fengbo Hang (New York University)

Shifted Witt groups of semi-local rings - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

Sieve: A Tool for Automatically Detecting Variations Across Program Versions - Grama, A. (Purdue University)

Sieve: A Tool for Automatically Detecting Variations Across Program Versions - Jagannathan, S. (Purdue University)

Sieve: A Tool for Automatically Detecting Variations Across Program Versions - Ramanathan, M. (Purdue University)

Signal recovery from partial information via Orthogonal Matching Pursuit - Anna Gilbert (University of Michigan)

Signal recovery from partial information via Orthogonal Matching Pursuit - Anna Gilbert (University of Michigan)

Signcryption (Short Survey) - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Simpathica: A Computational Systems Biology Tool within the Valis Bioinformatics Environment - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Simpathica: A Computational Systems Biology Tool within the Valis Bioinformatics Environment, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Singular Lefschetz pencils. - Auroux, Denis (MIT)

Sink Equilibria and Convergence - Michel Goemans (MIT)

Slides from a public lecture intended for high school students (none came) at Swinburne in 2005 with the title Continued Fractals - Danny Calegari (Caltech)

Slow-light band-edge waveguides for tunable time delays - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Smallest singular value of random matrices and geometry of random polytopes - Mark Rudelson (University of Michigan)

Smoothness of Schubert varieties via patterns in root systems - Alexander Postnikov (MIT)

SMT-COMP: Satisfiability Modulo Theories Competition - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

SOLE: Scalable On-Line Execution of Continuous Queries on Spatio-temporal Data Streams - Aref, W. (Purdue University)

SOLE: Scalable On-Line Execution of Continuous Queries on Spatio-temporal Data Streams - Mokbel, M.F. (Purdue University)

Some Computational Results for FETI-DP Methods in 3D - Olof B. Widlund (New York University and CIMS)

Some open questions about symplectic 4-manifolds, singular plane curves, and braid group factorizations. - Auroux, Denis (MIT)

Some remarks on sign-balanced and maj-balanced posets - Richard Stanley (MIT)

Spectral Approximation of the Helmholtz equation with high wave numbers. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Spectral theory and nonlinear PDE: a survey - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

SRB measures as zero-noise limits - Lai-Sang Young (New York University)

Stability in 2D Ginzburg-Landau passes to the limit, - Sylvia SERFATY (New York University and CIMS)

Stability of Hybrid Systems and Related Questions from Systems Biology - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Stability of Hybrid Systems and Related Questions from Systems Biology, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Stability results for? Harnack inequalities - Laurent Saloff-Coste (Cornell Univ.)

Stabilization for the automorphisms of free groups with boundaries - Allen Hatcher (Cornell Univ.)

Stabilizers: Safe Lightweight Check- pointing for Concurrent Programs - Jagannathan, S. (Purdue University)

Stabilizers: Safe Lightweight Check- pointing for Concurrent Programs - Schatz, P. (Purdue University)

Stabilizers: Safe Lightweight Check- pointing for Concurrent Programs - Ziarek, L. (Purdue University)

Stable determination of generic simple metrics from the hyperbolic Dirichlet-to-Neumann map - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

Stable manifolds for all supercritical monic NLS in one dimension - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

STAGGER: Periodicity Mining of Data Streams using Expanding Sliding Windows - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

STAGGER: Periodicity Mining of Data Streams using Expanding Sliding Windows - Elfeky, M.G. (Purdue University)

STAGGER: Periodicity Mining of Data Streams using Expanding Sliding Windows - Elmagarmid, A.K. (Purdue University)

Standing waves for a two-way model system for water waves - Min Chen (Purdue University)

State-of-The-Art Report: Laplacian Mesh Processing - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Statistical Natural Language Processing. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Statistics and geometry of passive scalars in turbulence - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Statistics and geometry of passive scalars in turbulence. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Steady advection-diffusion around finite absorbers in two-dimensional potential flows - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Stretch-flow of thin layers of Newtonian liquids: Fingering patterns and lifting forces - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

Structural Zeros versus Sampling Zeros. Technical Report CSEE-05-003, OGI School of Science & Engineering, Oregon Health & Science University, September 2005. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Structure of the Malvenuto-Reutenauer Hopf algebra of permutations - Marcelo Aguiar (Texas A&M University)

Sturm oscillation and comparison theorems - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Superresolution and Corrections to the Diffusion Approximation in Optical Tomography. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Survey: Lagrangian boundary conditions for anti-self-dual instantons and the Atiyah-Floer conjecture - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Symbolic representations of nonexpansive group automorphisms - Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)

Symplectic torus bundles and group extensions - Peter J. Kahn (Cornell Univ.)

Synergistic Face Detection and Pose Estimation with Energy-Based Model - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Systems need languages need systems! - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

T-equivariant cohomology of cell complexes and the case of infinite Grassmannians - Tara Holm (Cornell Univ.)

The Abel, Fourier and Radon Transforms on Symmetric Spaces - Sigurdur Helgason (MIT)

The area of cyclic polygons: Recent progress on Robbins\' Conjectures - Igor Pak (UCLA)

The average shape of transport-limited aggregates - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

The Bergman kernel and quadrature domains, - Steven Bell (Purdue University)

The design and implementation of FFTW3 - Steven Johnson (MIT)

The Design Principles and Algorithms of a Weighted Grammar Library. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

The equivariant cohomology of hypertoric varieties and their real loci - Tara Holm (Cornell Univ.)

The equivariant cohomology of hypertoric varieties and their real loci. - Megumi Harada (McMaster University)

The exact Turan number of the Fano plane - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

The Hadwiger transversal theorem for pseudolines - Saugata Basu (Purdue University)

The Importance of Being Bounded - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

The Importance of Being Bounded, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

The Liar Game over an Arbitray Channel - Joel Spencer (New York University)

The Novikov conjecture for linear groups - Shmuel Weinberger (University of Chicago)

The one-phase Hele-Shaw problem with singularities - Inwon Kim (UCLA)

The rank two lattice type vertex operator algebras $V_L^+$ and their automorphism groups - Robert Griess (University of Michigan)

The SBC-Tree: An Index for Run-Length Compressed Sequences - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

The SBC-Tree: An Index for Run-Length Compressed Sequences - ElTabakh, M.Y. (Purdue University)

The SBC-Tree: An Index for Run-Length Compressed Sequences - Hon, W-K (Purdue University)

The SBC-Tree: An Index for Run-Length Compressed Sequences - Shah, R. (Purdue University)

The SBC-Tree: An Index for Run-Length Compressed Sequences - Vitter, J. (Purdue University)

The sharp form of the strong Szeg? theorem - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

The spectrum of prime ideals in tensor triangulated categories - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

The stratified Boycott effect - Bush, John (MIT)

The strong chromatic index of random graphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

The structure of claw-free graphs - Paul Seymour (Princeton University)

The Structure of Linear Operators for Cm - Fefferman, Charles (Princeton University)

The time integrated far field for Maxwell\'s and D\'Alembert\'s equations - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

The Topological Social Choice Problem, - Shmuel Weinberger (University of Chicago)

The twisted weighted fundamental lemma for the transfer of automorphic forms from GSp(4) to GL(4) - David Whitehouse (MIT)

The Two Possible Values of the Chromatic Number of a Random Graph - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

The Two Possible Values of the Chromatic Number of a Random Graph - Assaf Naor (New York University)

The unique games conjecture, integrality gap for cut problems and embeddability of negative type metrics into L1. - Subhash Khot (New York University and CIMS)

Theory of Metastability in Simple Metal Nanowires - Daniel L. Stein (New York University and CIMS)

thermal convection with a freely moving top boundary - Jun Zhang (New York University)

Thermally Induced Magnetic Switching in Thin Ferromagnetic Annuli - Daniel L. Stein (New York University and CIMS)

Threshold dynamics for shape reconstruction and disocclusion. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Tight frames and their symmetries - Richard Vale (Cornell Univ.)

Time Capsule Signature - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

To Trie or Not to Trie? Realizing Space-partitioning Trees inside PostgreSQL: Challenges, Experiences and Performance - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

To Trie or Not to Trie? Realizing Space-partitioning Trees inside PostgreSQL: Challenges, Experiences and Performance - Eltabakh, M.Y. (Purdue University)

To Trie or Not to Trie? Realizing Space-partitioning Trees inside PostgreSQL: Challenges, Experiences and Performance - Eltarras, R. (Purdue University)

Topology of Sobolev mappings IV - Fengbo Hang (New York University and CIMS)

Topology of Sobolev mappings IV - Fengbo Hang (New York University)

Toward Automatic Phenotyping of Developing Embryos from Videos - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Towards Robust Overly Networks: Enhancing Adaptivity Mechanisms with Byzantine- Resilience - Bauer, K. (Purdue University)

Towards Robust Overly Networks: Enhancing Adaptivity Mechanisms with Byzantine- Resilience - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

Towards Robust Overly Networks: Enhancing Adaptivity Mechanisms with Byzantine- Resilience - Walters, A. (Purdue University)

Tracer transport along and across coherent jets in two-dimensional turbulent flow. - K. Shafer Smith (New York University)

Tracer transport along and across coherent jets in two-dimensional turbulent flow. - Shafer Smith (New York University and CIMS)

Transient Drop Deformation upon Startup of Shear in Viscoelastic Fluids. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Transition from quenched to annealed asymptotics for random walks among random traps - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Transition from quenched to annealed asymptotics for random walks among random traps - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Transition pathways in complex systems: Application of the finite-temperature string method to the alanine dipeptide. - Eric Vanden-Eijnden (New York University)

Transition pathways in complex systems: Reaction coordinates, isocommittor surfaces, and transition tubes. - Eric Vanden-Eijnden (New York University)

Transition state theory: Optimal dividing surface and dynamical corrections - Eric Vanden-Eijnden (New York University)

Translation and Run-Time Validation of Loop Transformations. - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Translation-Based Steganography - Alkhutova, L. (Purdue University)

Translation-Based Steganography - Atallah, M. (Purdue University)

Translation-Based Steganography - Grothoff, C. (Purdue University)

Translation-Based Steganography - Grothoff, K. (Purdue University)

Translation-Based Steganography - Stutsman, R. (Purdue University)

Turbulent thermal convection at high Rayleigh numbers for a Boussinesq fluid of constant Prandtl number - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Turbulent thermal convection at high Rayleigh numbers for a Boussinesq fluid of constant Prandtl number. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

TVOC: A Translation Validator for Optimizing Compilers - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Ultrafilters and Partial Products of Infinite Cyclic Groups - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Unexpected Density Fluctuations in Jammed Disordered Sphere Packings - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

Uniform properties of rigid subanalytic sets, - Leonard M Lipshitz (Purdue University)

Universality of local eigenvalue statistics for some sample covariance matrices - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Universality of local eigenvalue statistics for some sample covariance matrices - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Unramified Hilbert modular forms, with examples relating to elliptic curves - David Whitehouse (MIT)

Validating more Loop Optimizations. - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Validity of the One and One-Half Layer Quasi-Geostrophic Model and Effective Topography - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Validity of the One and One-Half Layer Quasi-Geostrophic Model and Effective Topography - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Variants of equivariant Seiberg-Witten Floer homology - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Variational Analysis of Functions of the Roots of Polynomials - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

Variational Analysis of Functions of the Roots of Polynomials - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

Variational Analysis of Functions of the Roots of Polynomials - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

Velocity profile of granular flows in silos and hoppers - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Very fine structures in scalar mixing - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Very fine structures in scalar mixing. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Virtual attractive-repulsive potentials for cooperative control of second order dynamic vehicles on the Caltech MVWT - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Viscoelastic effects on drop deformation in steady shear. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Visual Object Category Recognition - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

Visualization of a fish with Tobacco Mosaic Virus - Bush, John (MIT)

Witt groups - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

xtc ? Towards eXTensible C. - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

Zero Temperature Dynamics of 2D and 3D Ising Ferromagnets - Daniel L. Stein (New York University and CIMS)

Zeros of differential polynomials in real meromorphic functions, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

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