2007 년도 -

3-manifold positivity and the topological Cauchy-Schwarz inequality - Danny Calegari (Caltech)

3D Collage: Expressive Non-Realistic Modeling - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

A Bayesian Approach to Data Assimilation - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

A Bayesian Approach to Data Assimilation - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

A cardinal preserving extension making the set of points of countable $V$ cofinality nonstationary. - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

A Characterization of the Entropies of Multidimensional Shifts of Finite Type. - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

A combinatorial problem related to Mahler\'s measure - William Duke (UCLA)

A Deodhar type stratification on the double flag variety - Ben Webster (MIT)

A difference based approach to semiparametric partial linear model. - Lie Wang (MIT)

A Diffuse Interface Model for Electrowetting Droplets in a Hele-Shaw Cell - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

A finite element method using singular functions: interface problems , - Zhiqiang Cai (Purdue University)

a free boundary interacts with a thermally convecting fluid - Jun Zhang (New York University)

A General Regression Framework for Learning String-to-String Mappings. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

A Generalization of Kotzig\'s Theorem and its Application - Richard Cole (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

A geometric model for the Hochschild homology of Soergel bimodules - Ben Webster (MIT)

A gluing theorem for the relative Bauer-Furuta invariants - Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)

A High-Quality Physically-Accurate Visualization of the September 11 Attack on the World Trade Center - Hoffmann, C. (Purdue University)

A High-Quality Physically-Accurate Visualization of the September 11 Attack on the World Trade Center - Irfanoglu, A. (Purdue University)

A High-Quality Physically-Accurate Visualization of the September 11 Attack on the World Trade Center - Popescu, V. (Purdue University)

A High-Quality Physically-Accurate Visualization of the September 11 Attack on the World Trade Center - Rosen, P. (Purdue University)

A Markov-type inequality for arbitrary plane continua, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

A modified split-radix FFT with fewer arithmetic operations - Steven Johnson (MIT)

A Multi-Range Vision Strategy for Autonomous Offroad Navigation - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

A new REM conjecture - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

A new REM conjecture - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

A Normal Form for Elliptic Curves - Harold M. Edwards (New York University)

A Note on Boundary Constraints for Linear Variational Surface Design - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

A One-Dimensional Elastic-Plastic Sea-Ice Model Solved with an Implicit Eulerian-Lagrangian Method. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

A piecewise-constant binary model for electrical impedance tomography, - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

A schistosomiasis model with an age-structure in human hosts and its application to treatment strategies , - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

A second generation micro-vehicle testbed for cooperative control and sensing strategies - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

A Simple Multicloud Parameterization for Convectively Coupled Tropical Waves. Part II: Nonlinear Simulations - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

A Simple Multicloud Parameterization for Convectively Coupled Tropical Waves. Part II: Nonlinear Simulations - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

A Sparse and Locally Shift Invariant Feature Extractor Applied to Document Images - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

A stable, high-order method for three-dimensional, bounded-obstacle, acoustic scattering. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

A Stretch-Coil Transition and Transport of Fibers in Cellular Flows - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

A Survey of attacks on Reputation Systems - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

A Survey of attacks on Reputation Systems - Zage, D. (Purdue University)

A Survey of attacks on Reputation Systems - Hoffman, K. (Purdue University)

A Toda lattice in dimension 2 and Nevanlinna theory, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

A travers un prism - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

A two-dimensional coupled model for ice shelf - ocean interaction. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

A unified access bound on comparison-based dynamic dictionaries - Richard Cole (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

A Unified Energy-Based Framework for Unsupervised Learning - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

A version of H?rmander's theorem for the fractional Brownian motion - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

A version of H?rmander\'s theorem for the fractional Brownian motion - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

About the cover: Invariants - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

About the cover: Invariants, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

About the Cover: Kummer\'s Tables - Harold M. Edwards (New York University)

Absolute continuity of the spectrum for periodically modulated leaky wires in R^3. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Absolute continuity of the spectrum for periodically modulated leaky wires in R^3. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Action minimization and sharp interface limits for the stochastic Allen-Cahn equation - Robert V. Kohn (New York University and CIMS)

Action minimization and sharp interface limits for the stochastic Allen-Cahn equation - Robert V. Kohn (New York University)

Activation through a narrow opening - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

Adaptive Long Range Vision in Unstructured Terrain - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Adjoint error estimation and adaptive refinement for embedded-boundary Cartesian meshes - Marsha Berger (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & New York University)

Affine Weyl groups in K-theory and representation theory - Alexander Postnikov (MIT)

Airy Functions for Compact Lie Groups? - Veeravalli Varadarajan (UCLA)

Alcoved Polytopes I - Alexander Postnikov (MIT)

Algebraic Systems Biology: Theses and Hypotheses - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Algebraic Systems Biology: Theses and Hypotheses, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Algebraic varieties over small fields - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Algebraic varieties over small fields, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Algorithmic Algebraic Model Checking IV: Characterization of Metabolic Networks - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Algorithmic Algebraic Model Checking IV: Characterization of Metabolic Networks, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Amortized Bounds For Root Isolation Via {S}turm Sequences - Chee K. Yap (New York University and CIMS)

An Abstract Decision Procedure for a Theory of Inductive Data Types. - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

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

An Alternative Ranking Problem for Search Engines. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

An efficient direct parallel spectral-element solver for separable elliptic problems. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

An efficient reduction of ranking to classification. Technical Report TR2007-903, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, September 2007. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

An Efficient Spectral Method for Acoustic Scattering from Rough Surfaces. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

An example related to Whitney extension with almost minimal Cm norm - Fefferman, Charles (Princeton University)

An image decomposition model using the total variation and the infinity Laplacian - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

An introduction to hyperplane arrangements - Richard Stanley (MIT)

An Introduction to the Heisenberg Group and the sub-Riemannian Isoperimetric Inequality, - Donatella Danielli (Purdue University)

An introduction to the Linnik problems - William Duke (UCLA)

An optimization approach to modeling sea ice dynamics. Part 1: Lagrangian framework - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University)

An optimization approach to modeling sea ice dynamics. Part 1: Lagrangian framework - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University and CIMS)

An optimization approach to modeling sea ice dynamics. Part 2: Finite ice strength effects - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University)

An optimization approach to modeling sea ice dynamics. Part 2: Finite ice strength effects - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University and CIMS)

An unoriented skein exact triangle for knot Floer homology - Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)

Analysis of a Spectral-Galerkin Approximation to the Helmholtz Equation in Exterior Domains. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Analysis of a two-scale Cahn-Hilliard model for image inpainting - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Analysis of a two-scale Cahn-Hilliard model for image inpainting. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

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

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

Another look at the Dwork family (revised Feb.4,2007; adds App. III,corrects more typo\'s) - Nicholas M. Katz (Princeton University)

Application of the ICE-PIC method for the dimension reduction of chemical kinetics coupled with transport - Alexander Vladimirsky (Cornell Univ.)

Arithmetic and topology of hypertoric varieties - Ben Webster (MIT)

As-Rigid-As-Possible Surface Modeling - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Aspects and Exception Handling: The Case of Explicit Join Points - Eugster, P. (Purdue University)

Aspects and Exception Handling: The Case of Explicit Join Points - Hoffman, K. (Purdue University)

Asymptotic exponents from low-Reynolds-number flows - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Asymptotic exponents from low-Reynolds-number flows. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Autocalibration and uncalibrated reconstruction of shape from defocus - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Automatic coordinate transformation for two-point boundary value problems - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Automatic coordinate transformation for two-point boundary value problems, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Automatic recognition of biological particles in microscopic images - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Averaging sequences and abelian rank in amenable groups. - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

Birth Control for Giants - Joel Spencer (New York University)

Blended Response Algorithms for Linear Fluctuation-Dissipation for Complex Nonlinear Dynamical Systems - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Blended Response Algorithms for Linear Fluctuation-Dissipation for Complex Nonlinear Dynamical Systems, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Branching to a maximal compact subgroup - David Vogan (MIT)

Branching to maximal compact subgroups - David Vogan (MIT)

Brunn-Minkowski inequalities for contingency tables and integer flows - Alexander Barvinok (University of Michigan)

BSMR: Byzantine-Resilient Secure Multicast Routing in Multi-hop Wireless Networks - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

BSMR: Byzantine-Resilient Secure Multicast Routing in Multi-hop Wireless Networks - Curtmola, R. (Purdue University)

Buildings, elliptic curves, and the K(2)-local sphere - Mark Behrens (MIT)

Calculating the Free Energy of Nearly Jammed Hard-Particle Packings Using Molecular Dynamics - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

Cardy’s Formula for Certain Models of the Bond?Triangular Type - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

Centralizers of generic elements of Newton strata in the adjoint quotients of reductive groups - Dmitriy Boyarchenko (University of Michigan)

Characterizations of model sets by dynamical systems - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)

Classroom Examples of Robustness Problems in - Chee K. Yap (New York University and CIMS)

Claw-free graphs I. Orientable prismatic graphs - Paul Seymour (Princeton University)

CMV matrices: Five years after - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Cnoidal Wave Solutions to Boussinesq Systems - Min Chen (Purdue University)

Coincidence site modules in 3-space - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)

Combinatorial principles weaker than Ramsey\'s theorem for pairs - Richard A. Shore (Cornell Univ.)

Compact Gradient Shrinking Ricci Solitons with Positive Curvature Operator - Xiaodong Cao (Cornell Univ.)

Compact Real-Time Modeling of Seated Humas by Video Sprite Sequence Quantization - Popescu, V. (Purdue University)

Compact Real-Time Modeling of Seated Humas by Video Sprite Sequence Quantization - Jia, C. (Purdue University)

Compact spaces with hereditarily normal squares - Justin Tatch Moore (Cornell Univ.)

Complete Numerical Isolation of Real Zeros in - Chee K. Yap (New York University and CIMS)

Composing Semi-algebraic O-Minimal Automata - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Composing Semi-algebraic O-Minimal Automata, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Composition of Binary Quadratic Forms and the Foundations of Mathematics - Harold M. Edwards (New York University)

Composition operators on uniform algebras, essential norms, and hyperbolically bounded sets - Theodore Gamelin (UCLA)

Computation and visualization of Casimir forces in arbitrary geometries: Nonmonotonic lateral-wall forces and the failure of proximity-force approximations - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Computations of Heegaard-Floer knot homology - JOHN A BALDWIN (Princeton/IAS)

Computations of spectral radii on G-spaces.? - Laurent Saloff-Coste (Cornell Univ.)

Computing Modular Coincidences for Substituiton Tilings and Point Sets - Dirk Frettl?h ()

Concealment and Its Applications to Authenticated Encryption - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Concentration of Haar measures, with an application to random matrices - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Configurational Entropy of Binary Hard-Disk Glasses: Nonexistence of an Ideal Glass Transition - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

Conjugacy in Garside Groups I:Cycling, Powers and Rigidity - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)

Conjugacy in Garside groups III:periodic braids - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)

Connected Lie groups and property RD. - Laurent Saloff-Coste (Cornell Univ.)

Consequences of the Gross-Zagier formulae: Stability of average L-values, subconvexity, and non-vanishing mod p, In memory of Serge Lang, - DINAKAR RAMAKRISHNAN (Caltech)

Context-Aware Skeletal Shape Deformation - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Continuous global optimization in multiview 3D reconstruction. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Control of nearly ordinary Hecke algebras - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

Controlled-topology filtering - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Convergence of Kac\'s Random Walk - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Convergence of some time inhomogeneous Markov chains via spectral techniques - Laurent Saloff-Coste (Cornell Univ.)

Convexity and Lipschitz Behavior of Small Pseudospectra - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

Convexity and Lipschitz Behavior of Small Pseudospectra - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

Correcting Mesh-Based Force Calculations to Conserve Both Energy and Momentum in Molecular Dynamics Simulations, - Robert D. Skeel (Purdue University)

Corrigendum to Semiclassical non-concentration near hyperbolic orbits - Hans Christianson (MIT)

Cost Effective Forward Tracing Data Lineage - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

Cost Effective Forward Tracing Data Lineage - Zhang, X. (Purdue University)

Cost Effective Forward Tracing Data Lineage - Zhang, M. (Purdue University)

Counter-examples to quantifier elimination for fewnomial and exponential expressions. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

Covering a Nontaming Knot by the Unlink (with Michael Freedman) - Gabai, David (Princeton University)

Cryo-EM Structure Determination through Eigenvectors of Sparse Matrices - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

Cryptography and Game Theory - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Cubic shells - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Cutting and pasting in the Torelli group - Andy Putman (MIT)

CVC3 - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Database Support for Probabilistic Attributes and Tuples - Cheng, R. (Purdue University)

Database Support for Probabilistic Attributes and Tuples - Hambrusch, S. (Purdue University)

Database Support for Probabilistic Attributes and Tuples - Mayfield, C. (Purdue University)

Database Support for Probabilistic Attributes and Tuples - Neville, J. (Purdue University)

Database Support for Probabilistic Attributes and Tuples - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

Database Support for Probabilistic Attributes and Tuples - Shah, R. (Purdue University)

Database Support for Probabilistic Attributes and Tuples - Singh, S. (Purdue University)

Declarative Programming of Adaptive Sensor Network Applications - Grama, A. (Purdue University)

Declarative Programming of Adaptive Sensor Network Applications - Jagannathan, S. (Purdue University)

Declarative Programming of Adaptive Sensor Network Applications - Awan, A. (Purdue University)

Declarative syntax tree engineering (or, one grammar to rule them all). - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

Deformed Penrose tilings - T. Richard Welberry ()

Denominator bounds in Thompson-like groups and flows - Danny Calegari (Caltech)

Depth-zero supercuspidal L-packets and their stability - Stephen DeBacker (University of Michigan)

Design and Analysis of an Algorithm Using Shared Neighbors for Edge Classification in Noisy Random Geometric Graphs with Applications to Molecular Structure Determination - Drake, D. (Purdue University)

Design and Results of the Second Satisfiability Modulo Theories Competition (SMT-COMP 2006). - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Desingularizing homology manifolds - Shmuel Weinberger (University of Chicago)

Determinacy and Large Cardinals. - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

Deterministic Random Walks on the Integers - Joel Spencer (New York University)

Differential equations in divided power algebras, recurrence relations and formal groups - Andrew Baker (University of Glasgow)

Differential Forms in Computational Algebraic Geometry, - Peter Scheiblechner (Purdue University)

Diffractive behavior of the wave equation in periodic media: weak convergence analysis - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

Diffractive geometric optics for Bloch wave packets - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

Dimension Reduction under the Ricci Flow on Manifolds with Positive Curvature Operator - Xiaodong Cao (Cornell Univ.)

Direct and local defintions of the Turing jump - Richard A. Shore (Cornell Univ.)

Discovering Relations among GO-annotated Clusters by Graph Kernel Methods - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Discovering Relations among GO-annotated Clusters by Graph Kernel Methods, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Discovering the hidden structure of house prices with non-parametric latent manifold model - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Discrete quadratic bending energies - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Discrete Tomography of Penrose Model Sets - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)

Disjoint, Non-Free Subgroups of Abelian Groups - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Dissipative descent: rocking and rolling down an incline - Bush, John (MIT)

Distinguishing zero-group-velocity modes in photonic crystals - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Does Privacy Require True Randomness? - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Don\'t Give up on distributed file systems - Jin Yang (New York University and CIMS)

Dynamic analysis of atmospheric-entry probes and capsules - Marsha Berger (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & New York University)

Dynamic Universality for Spin Glass dynamics - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Dynamic Universality for Spin Glass dynamics - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

dynamical states of a mobile heat blanket on a thermally convecting fluid - Jun Zhang (New York University)

Dynamics of Bacterial Flow: Emergence of Spatiotemporal Coherent Structures - David Cai (New York University)

Dynamics of Bacterial Flow: Emergence of Spatiotemporal Coherent Structures, N. Sambelashvili, A.W.C. Lau, and D. Cai, Phys. Lett. A. 360, 507 (2007) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Dynamics of Defect Motion in Nematic Liquid Crystal Flow: Modeling and Numerical Simulation. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Eddy amplitudes in baroclinic turbulence driven by non-zonal mean flow: Shear dispersion of potential vorticity. - K. Shafer Smith (New York University)

Eddy amplitudes in baroclinic turbulence driven by non-zonal mean flow: Shear dispersion of potential vorticity. - Shafer Smith (New York University and CIMS)

Eddy-Zonal Flow Interactions and the Persistence of the Zonal Index - Edwin Gerber (New York University)

Eddy-Zonal Flow Interactions and the Persistence of the Zonal Index? - Edwin P. Gerber (New York University and CIMS)

effect of geometry on the flapping flight of a simple wing - Jun Zhang (New York University)

Effective cardinals of boldface pointclasses. - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

Efficient generation of correlated random numbers using Chebyshev-optimal magnitude-only IIR filters - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Eigenvalues of (-Delta +R/2) on Manifolds with Nonnegative Curvature Operator - Xiaodong Cao (Cornell Univ.)

Electrolyte dependence of AC electro-osmosis - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Embeddability and stresses of graphs - Eran Nevo (Cornell University)

Embedding nearly-spanning bounded degree trees - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Emergence of drug -resistance: dynamical implications for pandemic influenza , - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Emergence of HIV-1 drug resistance during antiretroviral treatment, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Emergence of Singular Structures in Oldroyd-B Fluids - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

Enabling Confidentiality for Group Communication in Wireless Mesh Networks - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

Enabling Confidentiality for Group Communication in Wireless Mesh Networks - Dong, J. (Purdue University)

Energy-Based Models in Document Recognition and Computer Vision - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Energy-driven pattern formation - Robert V. Kohn (New York University)

Enhanced nonlinear optics in photonic-crystal microcavities - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Ensuring content integrity for untrusted peer-to-peer content distribution networks. - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

Ensuring Correctness over Untrusted Private Database - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

Ensuring Correctness over Untrusted Private Database - Singh, S. (Purdue University)

Epidemiological models with non-exponentially distributed disease stages and applications to disease control, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Equilibrium measures and capacities in spectral theory (final version) - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Ergodic properties of a class of non-Markovian processes - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Ergodic properties of a class of non-Markovian processes - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Ergodic theory for SDEs with extrinsic memory - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Ergodic theory for SDEs with extrinsic memory - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Error estimates for finite element approximations of consistent splitting schemes for incompressible flows. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Estimates for nonsingular mixed character sums (Thm. 3.1 improved Feb 19,2007, Appendix added and typo\'s corrected Feb. 24, more typo\'s fixed Aug 11, 2007) - Nicholas M. Katz (Princeton University)

Estimation in spin glasses: A first step - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Euler\'s Definition of the Derivative - Harold M. Edwards (New York University)

Eventual periodicity for the KdV equation on a half-line. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Evironmental Boundary Tracking and Estimation using Multiple Autonomous Vehicles - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Evolutionary implications for interactions between multiple strains of host and parasite, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Examples of exotic stratifications - Shmuel Weinberger (University of Chicago)

Excluding induced subgraphs - Paul Seymour (Princeton University)

Existence and Weyl\'s law for spherical cusp forms - Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)

Experimental Comparison of Peer-to-Peer Streaming Overlays: An Application Perspective - Fahmy, S. (Purdue University)

Experimental Comparison of Peer-to-Peer Streaming Overlays: An Application Perspective - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

Experimental Comparison of Peer-to-Peer Streaming Overlays: An Application Perspective - Zage, D. (Purdue University)

Experimental Comparison of Peer-to-Peer Streaming Overlays: An Application Perspective - Seibert, J. (Purdue University)

Experimental study of electrolyte dependence of AC electro-osmotic pumps - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Explicit off-line criteria for stable accurate time filtering of strongly unstable spatially extended systems - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Explicit off-line criteria for stable accurate time filtering of strongly unstable spatially extended systems, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Exponential growth for the wave equation with compact time-periodic positive potential - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

Factor automata of automata and applications. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Fast global minimization of the active contour - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Fast numerical methods for simulating large-scale integrate-and-fire neuronal networks - David Cai (New York University)

Fast numerical methods for simulating large-scale integrate-and-fire neuronal networks - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Fast numerical methods for simulating large-scale integrate-and-fire neuronal networks, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Fast numerical methods for simulating large-scale integrate-and-fire neuronal networks, A.V. Rangan and D. Cai, J. Comp. Neurosci, 22, 81, (2007) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Fast Wave Averaging for the Equatorial Shallow Water Equations - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Fast Wave Averaging for the Equatorial Shallow Water Equations, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Feistel Networks made Public, and Applications - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

FiberMesh: Designing Freeform Surfaces with 3D Curves - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Final and peak epidemic sizes for SEIR models with quarantine and isolation, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Final values of functors, - Shmuel Weinberger (University of Chicago)

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

Finite generation of symmetric ideals - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

Finite-time blow-up of solutions of an aggregation equation in R^n (springer link) - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Finiteness theorems in stochastic integer programming - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

Flips and Hilbert schemes over an exterior algebra - Irena Peeva (Cornell Univ.)

Fluid migration and dynamics of a blocks-and-faults system. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

Fourierization of the Legendre-Galerkin method and a new space-time spectral method. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Fracturing Rigid Materials - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Frechet embeddings of negative type metrics - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Frechet embeddings of negative type metrics - Assaf Naor (New York University)

From Boussinesq systems to KP-type equations, - Min Chen (Purdue University)

From Bytes to Bedside: Computational Biology for Biomedical Translational Research - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

From Bytes to Bedside: Computational Biology for Biomedical Translational Research, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

From Random Matrices to Stochastic Operators - Alan Edelman (MIT)

Functional CLT for random walk among bounded random conductances - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Fuzzy Extractors - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Games of length $omega_1$. - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

Gauge-Uzawa methods for incompressible flows with variable density. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Generating bricks - Sergey Norin (Princeton University)

Geometrically constrained walls - Robert V. Kohn (New York University and CIMS)

Geometrically constrained walls - Robert V. Kohn (New York University)

Geometry and representations of reductive groups - David Vogan (MIT)

George Mackey and his work on representation theory and foundations of physics - Veeravalli Varadarajan (UCLA)

Gluing techniques in triangular geometry - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

Gravitational allocation to Poisson points - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Gravity and the Standard Model with neutrino mixing - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Growth and Zeros of the Zeta Function for Hyperbolic Rational Maps - Hans Christianson (MIT)

Hardness of embedding metric spaces of equal size. - Subhash Khot (New York University and CIMS)

Hardness of reconstructing multivariate polynomials over finite fields. - Subhash Khot (New York University and CIMS)

Heart-shaped bubbles rising in anisotropic liquids. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Hermitian symmetric spaces and K?hler rigidity - Anna Wienhard (Princeton University)

Higher minors and Van Kampen\'s obstruction - Eran Nevo (Cornell University)

Histogram based segmentation using Wasserstein distances. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Homogenization of free boundary velocities - Inwon Kim (UCLA)

Hyperbolic 3-manifolds, tameness, and Ahlfors\' measure conjecture; - Danny Calegari (Caltech)

Hyperbolic Geometry and 3-Manifold Topology - Gabai, David (Princeton University)

Image and Depth from a Conventional Camera with a Coded Aperture - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

Image decomposition combining staircase reduction and texture extraction. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Image decompositions using bounded variation and generalized homogeneous Besov spaces, - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

Improved Bounds on Nonblocking 3-Stage Clos Networks - Michel Goemans (MIT)

Improving the Security of MACs via Randomized Message Preprocessing - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Inaccessible Cardinals Without the Axiom of Choice - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Increasing and decreasing subsequences and their variants - Richard Stanley (MIT)

Independent transversals in locally sparse graphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Indivisible Markets with Good Approximate Equilibrium Prices - Richard Cole (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Induced quasi-actions: a remark - Bruce Kleiner (New York University and CIMS)

Induced subgraphs of Ramsey graphs with many distinct degrees - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Inertial waves in rotating grid turbulence - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Inertial waves in rotating grid turbulence. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Information flow between subspaces of complex dynamical systems - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Information flow between subspaces of complex dynamical systems, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Inner models and ultrafilters in $L{mathbb R})$. - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

Inpainting by the Cahn-Hilliard equation. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Inpainting of Binary Images Using the Cahn-Hilliard Equation - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Integral Analysis of Evaluation-Based Real Root Isolation - Chee K. Yap (New York University and CIMS)

Integration and optimization of multivariate polynomials by restriction onto a random subspace - Alexander Barvinok (University of Michigan)

Interactions of Renormalized Waves in Thermalized Fermi-Pasta-Ulam Chains - David Cai (New York University)

Interactions of Renormalized Waves in Thermalized Fermi-Pasta-Ulam Chains, B. Gershgorin, Y. Lvov, and D. Cai, Phys. Rev. E, 75, 046603 (2007) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Interpolation of Hardy-Sobolev-Besov-Triebel-Lizorkin Spaces and applications to problems in partial differential equations - Svitlana Mayboroda (Purdue University)

Interpreting extended set theory in classical set theory - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Introduction: Scaling and structure in high Reynolds number wall-bounded flows - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Introduction: Scaling and structure in high Reynolds number wall-bounded flows. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Intrusion-Resilient Key Exchange in the Bounded Retrieval Model - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Invariant measures and stiffness for non-abelian groups of toral automorphisms - Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)

Inverse spectral problems in rectangular domains - James Ralston (UCLA)

Irreducible Sp-representations and subgroup distortion in the mapping class group - Andy Putman (MIT)

Isogenies of supersingular elliptic curves over finite fields and operations in elliptic cohomology - Andrew Baker (University of Glasgow)

Iteratively solving linear inverse problems under general convex constraints, - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

Jeannie: Granting Java native interface developers their wishes. - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

Joining of higher rank diagonalizable actions on locally homogeneous spaces - Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)

Khovanov-Rozansky homology via a canopolis formalism - Ben Webster (MIT)

L-invariant of p-adic L-functions - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

Large-deviations/thermodynamic approach to percolation on the complete graph - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Large-Scale Semidefinite Programs in Electronic Structure Calculation - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

Large-Scale Semidefinite Programs in Electronic Structure Calculation - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

Large-Scale Semidefinite Programs in Electronic Structure Calculation - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

Lattice points, polyhedra, and complexity - Alexander Barvinok (University of Michigan)

Learning languages with rational kernels. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Lectures on the cohomology of groups - Ken Brown (Cornell Univ.)

Lefschetz extensions, tight closure, and big Cohen-Macaulay algebras - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

Legendre and Chebyshev Dual-Petrov-Galerkin Methods for Hyperbolic equations. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Linear equations modulo 2 and the L_1 diameter of convex bodies. - Subhash Khot (New York University and CIMS)

Link homology theories from symplectic geometry - Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)

Liquid crystal droplet production in a microfluidic device - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

Local definability in degree structures: the Turing jump, hyperdegrees and beyond - Richard A. Shore (Cornell Univ.)

Local dissipation scales in turbulence - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Local dissipation scales in turbulence. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Logarithmic sheaves attached to arrangements of hyperplanes - Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan)

Logic and Random Structures - Joel Spencer (New York University)

Long-Time Asymptotic Behavior of Dissipative Boussinesq System - Min Chen (Purdue University)

Lower bounds on Locality Sensitive Hashing - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Lower bounds on Locality Sensitive Hashing - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Lowest Landau level approach in superconductivity for the Abrikosov lattice close to H_c2 - Sylvia Serfaty (New York University)

Lowest Landau level approach in superconductivity for the Abrikosov lattice close to H_c2, - Sylvia SERFATY (New York University and CIMS)

Lp Distance and Equivalence of Probabilistic Automata. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

M?ller\'s exchange-correlation energy in density-matrix-functional theory. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

M?ller\'s exchange-correlation energy in density-matrix-functional theory. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Madden?Julian Oscillation analog and intraseasonal variability in a multicloud model above the equator - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Madden?Julian Oscillation analog and intraseasonal variability in a multicloud model above the equator, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Magnitude-preserving ranking algorithms. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Making a K_4-free graph bipartite - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Mapping and Planning under Uncertainty in Mobile Robots with Long-Range Perception - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Markov Models on Trees: Reconstruction and Applications - Sebastien Roch (UCLA)

Massively parallel simulation of cardiac electrical wave propagation on Blue Gene, Parallel Computing: Architectures, Algorithms and Applications, - Greg Buzzard (Purdue University)

Matching and Fairness in Threat-based Mobile Sensor Coverage - Chin, J-C. (Purdue University)

Matching and Fairness in Threat-based Mobile Sensor Coverage - Rao, N.S.V. (Purdue University)

Matching and Fairness in Threat-based Mobile Sensor Coverage - Shankar, M. (Purdue University)

Matching and Fairness in Threat-based Mobile Sensor Coverage - Yau, D.K.Y. (Purdue University)

Matching and Fairness in Threat-based Mobile Sensor Coverage - Ma, C.Y.T. (Purdue University)

Mathematical analysis of age-structured HIV-1 dynamics with combination antiretroviral therapy, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Mathematisches Institut, Summer school Algebraic groups, G?ttingen 2005, Universit?tsverlag G?ttingen (2007) - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Maximizing the Closed Loop Asymptotic Decay Rate for the Two-Mass-Spring Control Problem - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

Maximum gradient embeddings and monotone clustering - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Maximum gradient embeddings and monotone clustering - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Memoizing Communication - Jagannathan, S. (Purdue University)

Memoizing Communication - Orlow, J. (Purdue University)

Memoizing Communication - Ziarek, L. (Purdue University)

Meridional momentum flux and superrotation in the multi-scale IPESD MJO model - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Meridional momentum flux and superrotation in the multi-scale IPESD MJO model, J. Atmos. Sci., Volume 64, Issue 5, May 2007, pp. 1636?1651 (PDF) - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Meromorphic Jost functions and asymptotic expansion for Jacobi parameters - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Minimality of non sigma-scattered orders - Justin Tatch Moore (Cornell Univ.)

Minimum Volume Cusped Hyperbolic Three-Manifolds (with Robert Meyerhoff and Peter Milley) - Gabai, David (Princeton University)

Mirror symmetry and T-duality in the complement of an anticanonical divisor - Auroux, Denis (MIT)

Mixing closures for conservation laws in stratified flows - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University)

Mixing closures for conservation laws in stratified flows - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University and CIMS)

Modeling nonlinear optical phenomena in nanophotonics - Steven Johnson (MIT)

modeling the dynamics of a free boundary on turbulent thermal convection - Jun Zhang (New York University)

Modeling within-host HIV-1 dynamics and the evolution of drug resistance: Trade-offs between viral enzyme function and drug susceptibility, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Modular curves, modular surfaces and modular fourfolds,?in Algebraic Cycles and Motives, - DINAKAR RAMAKRISHNAN (Caltech)

Moduli of K3 surfaces and complex ball quotients - Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan)

Multi-linear multipliers associated to simplexes of arbitrary length - Camil Muscalu (Cornell Univ.)

Multi-vehicle flocking: scalability of cooperative control algorithms using pairwise potentials - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Multiphase Segmentation of Deformation using Logarithmic Priors - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

Multipliers for symmetry groups of p-adic spacetime - Veeravalli Varadarajan (UCLA)

Multiscale Analysis for SPDEs with Quadratic Nonlinearities - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Multiscale Analysis for SPDEs with Quadratic Nonlinearities - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Multiscale Models with Moisture and? Systematic Strategies for Superparameterization - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Multiscale Models with Moisture and? Systematic Strategies for Superparameterization, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Murnaghan-Kirillov theory for depth zero supercuspidal representations: reduction to Lusztig functions - Stephen DeBacker (University of Michigan)

Mystery of point charges. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

N-way composition of weighted finite-state transducers. Technical Report TR2007-902, Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences, New York University, August 2007. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Nearest neighbor preserving embeddings - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Nearest neighbor preserving embeddings - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Neuronal information encoding and reduction of dimension in network dynamics - David Cai (New York University)

Neuronal information encoding and reduction of dimension in network dynamics, D. Cai, A.V. Rangan, and D.W. McLaughlin, invited review, SIAM News, 40 (2), 16 (2007) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

New Multiscale Models and Self-Similarity in Tropical Convection - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

New Multiscale Models and Self-Similarity in Tropical Convection - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Non-commutative extensions of the MacMahon Master Theorem - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Non-vanishing modulo p of Hecke L-values and application - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

Noncommutative geometry and motives: the thermodynamics of endomotives - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Noncommutative geometry on trees and buildings - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Nonequilibrium Statistics of a Reduced Model for Energy Transfer in Waves - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University)

Nonequilibrium Statistics of a Reduced Model for Energy Transfer in Waves - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University and CIMS)

Norm varieties and the Chain lemma (after Markus Rost). - Christian Haesemeyer (UCLA)

Note on the Emergence of Large Scale Coherent Structure under Small Scale Random Bombardments: The Discrete Case - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Notes on the contruction of tmf - Mark Behrens (MIT)

Number of bound states of Schr?dinger operators with matrix-valued potentials. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Number of bound states of Schr?dinger operators with matrix-valued potentials. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Numerical experiments of turbulent thermal convection at high Rayleigh numbers - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Numerical experiments of turbulent thermal convection at high Rayleigh numbers. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Numerical Methods for Solving Kinetic Equations of Neuronal Network Dynamics - David Cai (New York University)

Numerical Methods for Solving Kinetic Equations of Neuronal Network Dynamics,A.V. Rangan, D. Cai, and L. Tao, J. Comp. Phys. 221, 781 (2007) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Numerical methods for solving moment equations in kinetic theory of neuronal network dynamics - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Numerical methods for solving moment equations in kinetic theory of neuronal network dynamics, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Object Recognition by Scene Alignment - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

Omega1 and omega1* may be the only minimal uncountable order types - Justin Tatch Moore (Cornell Univ.)

On a formula of Bloch, - William Duke (UCLA)

On a generalization of the conjecture of Mazur-Tate-Teitelbaum - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

On approximation of real numbers by algebraic numbers of bounded degree - Kiryl Tsishchanka (New York University)

On combinatorial link Floer homology - Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)

On Computing Schur Functions and Series Thereof - Alan Edelman (MIT)

On graphs with subgraphs having large independence numbers - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

On nodal sets and nodal domains in the sphere and in the plane, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

On some generic very cuspidal representations - Stephen DeBacker (University of Michigan)

On the absence of ferromagnetism in typical 2D ferromagnets - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

On the Absence of Ferromagnetism in Typical 2D Ferromagnets - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

On the Accuracy of Decentralized Virtual Coordinate Systems in Adversarial Networks - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

On the Accuracy of Decentralized Virtual Coordinate Systems in Adversarial Networks - Zage, D. (Purdue University)

On the asymptotic number of edge states for magnetic Schr?dinger operators. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

On the asymptotic number of edge states for magnetic Schr?dinger operators. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

On the Complexity of Deciding Connectedness and Computing Betti Numbers of a Complex Algebraic Variety, - Peter Scheiblechner (Purdue University)

On the Convergence of the Born Series in Optical Tomography with Diffuse Light. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

On the dual petrov-Galerkin formulation of the KDV equation on a finite interval. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

On the force and torque on systems of rigid bodies: A remark on an integral formula due to Howe - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University)

On the force and torque on systems of rigid bodies: A remark on an integral formula due to Howe - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University and CIMS)

On the hardness and smoothed complexity of quasi-concave minimization - Jonathan Kelner (MIT)

On the Khovanov and knot Floer homologies of quasi-alternating links - Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)

On the maximum satisfiability of random formulas - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

On the maximum satisfiability of random formulas - Assaf Naor (New York University)

On the number of homotopy types of fibres of a definable map - Saugata Basu (Purdue University)

On the spectrum of partially periodic operators. In: Operator Theory, Analysis and Mathematical Physics, J. Janas, et al. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

On the spectrum of partially periodic operators. In: Operator Theory, Analysis and Mathematical Physics, J. Janas, et al. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

On the uniqueness of smooth, stationary black holes in vacuum (October 2007) - SERGIU KLAINERMAN (Princeton University)

On the uniqueness of solutions to the Gross-Pitaewski hierarchy (January 2007) - SERGIU KLAINERMAN (Princeton University)

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

On the use of Loop subdivision surfaces for surrogate geometry. - Marsha Berger (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & New York University)

On the ``pits effect\'\' of Littlewood and Offord, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

On Transductive Regression. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

On-line Learning for Offroad Robots: Using Spatial Label Propagation to Learn Long-Range traversability - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

On-line Learning for Offroad Robots: Using Spatial Label Propagation to Learn Long-Range traversability - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

On-the-fly string method for minimum free energy paths calculation - Eric Vanden-Eijnden (New York University)

One Dimensional Nearest Neighbor Exclusion Processes in Inhomogeneous and Random Environments - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

One dimensional nearest neighbor exclusion processes in inhomogeneous and random environments. - Thomas Liggett (UCLA)

One Sketch for All: Fast Algorithms for Compressed Sensing - Anna Gilbert (University of Michigan)

One-parameter continuous fields of Kirchberg algebras. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

OpenFst: a general and efficient weighted finite-state transducer library. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Optical-approximation analysis of sidewall-spacing effects on the force between two squares with parallel sidewalls - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Optimistic Fair Exchange in a Multi-User Setting - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Optimizing the Asymptotic Convergence Rate of the Diaconis-Holmes-Neal Sampler - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

Optimizing the Asymptotic Convergence Rate of the Diaconis-Holmes-Neal Sampler - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

Orbifold cohomology of torus quotients - Tara Holm (Cornell Univ.)

Orientational order and instabilities in suspensions of self-locomoting rods - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

Orthogonal polynomials with exponentially decaying recursion coefficients - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Passwords for Everyone: Secure Mnemonic-based Accessible Authentication - Atallah, M. (Purdue University)

Passwords for Everyone: Secure Mnemonic-based Accessible Authentication - Topkara, M. (Purdue University)

Passwords for Everyone: Secure Mnemonic-based Accessible Authentication - Topkara, U. (Purdue University)

Percolation Phenomena in Low and High Density Systems - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

Perfect compacta and basis problems in topology - Justin Tatch Moore (Cornell Univ.)

Phase coexistence of gradient Gibbs states - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Photoacoustic Effect with Multiply-Scattered Light. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Planar Earthmover is not in L_1 - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Planar Earthmover is not in L_1 - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Poincare inequalities, embeddings, and wild groups - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Polynya Modeling. In: Polynyas: Windows into Polar Oceans, Eds. W.O. Smith and D. Barber. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

Potentially Good Reduction of Barsotti-Tate Groups. - Liu, Tong (Purdue University)

Precise finite speed and uniqueness in the Cauchy Problem for symmetrizable hyperbolic systems - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

Privacy-Preserving Updates to Confidential and Anonymous Databases - Bertino, E. (Purdue University)

Privacy-Preserving Updates to Confidential and Anonymous Databases - Bossi, L. (Purdue University)

Privacy-Preserving Updates to Confidential and Anonymous Databases - Jiang, W. (Purdue University)

Privacy-Preserving Updates to Confidential and Anonymous Databases - Trombetta, A. (Purdue University)

Prototype hybrid couplings of macroscopic deterministic models and microscopic stochastic lattice dynamics - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Prototype hybrid couplings of macroscopic deterministic models and microscopic stochastic lattice dynamics, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Pure point diffraction and cut and project schemes for measures: the smooth case - Daniel Lenz ()

Pure point diffraction implies zero entropy for Delone sets with uniform cluster frequencies - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)

Quadrature estimates for multiple integrals - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

Quantization of minimal resolutions of Kleinian singularities - Dmitriy Boyarchenko (University of Michigan)

Quantum spin systems at positive temperature - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Quantum Spin- Systems at Finite Temperature - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

Quantum statistical mechanics over function fields - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Quasiconformal homogeneity of hyperbolic surfaces with fixed-point full automorphisms - Richard Canary (University of Michigan)

Quasisymmetric functions and Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials - Louis Billera (Cornell Univ.)

Quenched invariance principle for simple random walk on percolation clusters - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Query Selectivity Estimation for Uncertain Database - Hambrusch, S. (Purdue University)

Query Selectivity Estimation for Uncertain Database - Mayfield, C. (Purdue University)

Query Selectivity Estimation for Uncertain Database - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

Query Selectivity Estimation for Uncertain Database - Shah, R. (Purdue University)

Query Selectivity Estimation for Uncertain Database - Singh, S. (Purdue University)

Rainbow Turan Problems - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Ramsey numbers and the size of graphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Ramsey partitions and proximity data structures - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Ramsey partitions and proximity data structures - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Random colourings of aperiodic graphs: Ergodic and spectral properties - Peter M?ller ()

Random Matrix Central Limit Theorems for Non-Intersecting Random Walks - Jinho Baik (University of Michigan)

Randomized algorithms for the low-rank approximation of matrices - Mark Tygert (New York University)

Rank one perturbations and the zeros of paraorthogonal polynomials on the unit circle - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Rational Cherednik algebras and diagonal coinvariants of $G(m,p,n)$ - Richard Vale (Cornell Univ.)

Rational materials design through theory and modeling: capacitive energy storage - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Rational points on compactifications of semi-simple groups - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Rational points on compactifications of semi-simple groups, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Real symplectic geometry - reyer sjamaar (Cornell Univ.)

Recent Developments in Nonlinear Partial Differential Equations, - Donatella Danielli (Purdue University)

Recovering Anisotropic Metrics from Travel Times, - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

Regularity properties of initially Lipschitz free boundarys in One-Phase Hele-Shaw problem - Inwon Kim (UCLA)

Reliability of Krylov Subspace Methods - A Practical Perspective - Arsenieva, A. (Purdue University)

Reliability of Krylov Subspace Methods - A Practical Perspective - Manguoglu, M. (Purdue University)

Reliability of Krylov Subspace Methods - A Practical Perspective - Mikkelsen, C.C. (Purdue University)

Reliability of Krylov Subspace Methods - A Practical Perspective - Sameh, A. (Purdue University)

Reliability of Krylov Subspace Methods - A Practical Perspective - Naumov, M. (Purdue University)

Reliability of Krylov Subspace Methods - A Practical Perspective II - Manguoglu, M. (Purdue University)

Reliability of Krylov Subspace Methods - A Practical Perspective II - Mikkelsen, C.C. (Purdue University)

Reliability of Krylov Subspace Methods - A Practical Perspective II - Sameh, A. (Purdue University)

Reliability of Krylov Subspace Methods - A Practical Perspective II - Naumov, M. (Purdue University)

Remark on spectral rigidity for magnetic Schroedinger operators - James Ralston (UCLA)

Resilience in the Face of Disaster: Accounting for Varying Disaster Magnitudes, Resource Topologies, and (Sub)Population Distributions in PLAN C Emergency Planning Tool - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Resilience in the Face of Disaster: Accounting for Varying Disaster Magnitudes, Resource Topologies, and (Sub)Population Distributions in PLAN C Emergency Planning Tool, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Ricci flows connecting Taub-Bolt and Taub-NUT metrics - Gustav Holzegel (Princeton University)

Riemann-Roch and Abel-Jacobi theory on a finite graph - Sergey Norin (Princeton University)

Robotic path planning and visibility with limited sensor data - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Robust music identification, detection, and analysis. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Rotational dynamics of a superhelix towed in a Stokes fluid - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

Sampling Conditioned Diffusions - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Scalable Data Collection in Dense Wireless Sensor Networks - Grama, A. (Purdue University)

Scalable Data Collection in Dense Wireless Sensor Networks - Jagannathan, S. (Purdue University)

Scalable Data Collection in Dense Wireless Sensor Networks - Awan, A. (Purdue University)

Scalable Freeform Deformation - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Scaled Enflo type is equivalent to Rademacher type - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Scaled Enflo type is equivalent to Rademacher type - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Scaling learning algorithms towards AI - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Scaling Limits for Trap models on Z^d - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Scaling Limits for Trap models on Z^d - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

Schur positivity and Schur log-concavity - Alexander Postnikov (MIT)

Second-order PDE\'s and deterministic games - Robert V. Kohn (New York University and CIMS)

Second-order PDE\'s and deterministic games - Robert V. Kohn (New York University)

Securing Birtual Coordinate System Based Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks - Bavar, B. (Purdue University)

Securing Birtual Coordinate System Based Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

Securing Birtual Coordinate System Based Routing in Wireless Sensor Networks - Dong, J. (Purdue University)

Semiclassical Non-concentration near Hyperbolic Orbits - Hans Christianson (MIT)

Shape optimization using reflection lines - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Siegel modular forms of genus 2 attached to elliptic curves, - DINAKAR RAMAKRISHNAN (Caltech)

SIMOD: Making Freeform Deformation Size-Insensitive - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Simplified and improved string method for computing the minimum energy paths in barrier-crossing events. - Eric Vanden-Eijnden (New York University)

Single Molecule Transcription Profiling with AFM - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Single Molecule Transcription Profiling with AFM, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Sketch Based Image Deformation - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Slow blow up solutions for the H^1(R^3) critical focusing semi-linear wave equation - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

Small linearly equivalent G-sets and a construction of Beaulieu - Ben Webster (MIT)

Small subgraphs of random regular graphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Solving Quantified Verification Conditions using Satisfiability Modulo Theories. - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Some examples how to use measure classification in number theory. In Equidistribution in number theory - Elon Lindenstrauss (Princeton University)

Some root invariants at the prime 2 - Mark Behrens (MIT)

Sparse feature learning for deep belief networks - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Spectral Conditioning and Pseudospectral Growth - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

Spectral Conditioning and Pseudospectral Growth - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

Spectral Self- Interference Microscopy for Nanoscale Axial Imaging. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Speed-Range Dilemmas for Vision-Based Navigation in Unstructured Terrain - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Spontaneous oscillations of a sessile lens - Bush, John (MIT)

Stability of relativistic matter with magnetic fields for nuclear charges up to the critical value. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Stability of relativistic matter with magnetic fields for nuclear charges up to the critical value. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Stable commutator length in subgroups of PL(I) - Danny Calegari (Caltech)

standing surface waves on a semi-toroidal water ring - Jun Zhang (New York University)

State Transitions and the Continuum Limit for a 2D Interacting, Self-Propelled Particle System - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

Statistical mechanical systems on complete graphs, infinite exchangeability, finite extensions and a discrete moment problem. - Thomas Liggett (UCLA)

Statistics and geometry in high-Schmidt number scalar mixing - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Statistics and geometry in high-Schmidt number scalar mixing. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Stein\'s method for concentration inequalities - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Steric effects in the dynamics of electrolytes at large applied voltages: I. Double-layer charging - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Steric effects in the dynamics of electrolytes at large applied voltages: II. Modified Nernst-Planck equations - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Stochastic flow rule for granular materials - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Strichartz and smoothing estimates for Schroedinger operators with almost critical magnetic potentials in three and higher dimensions - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

Strong Tip Effects in Near-Field Optical Tomography. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Structural analysis of Aronszajn trees - Justin Tatch Moore (Cornell Univ.)

Sturm Sequences and Random Eigenvalue distributions - Alan Edelman (MIT)

Sub-Riemannian Calculus on Hypersurfaces in Carnot Groups, - Donatella Danielli (Purdue University)

Successive Abstractions of Hybrid Automata for Monotonic CTL Model Checking - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Successive Abstractions of Hybrid Automata for Monotonic CTL Model Checking, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Supporting annotated Relations - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

Supporting annotated Relations - Elmagarmid, A.K. (Purdue University)

Supporting annotated Relations - Laura-Silva, Y. (Purdue University)

Supporting annotated Relations - Ouzzani, M. (Purdue University)

Supporting annotated Relations - Eltabakh, M.Y. (Purdue University)

Supporting Views in Data Stream Management System - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

Supporting Views in Data Stream Management System - Elmagarmid, A.K. (Purdue University)

Supporting Views in Data Stream Management System - Larson, Per-Ake (Purdue University)

Supporting Views in Data Stream Management System - Ghanem, T.M. (Purdue University)

Supports and filtrations in algebraic geometry and modular representation theory - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

Surface conservation laws at microscopically diffuse interfaces - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Surface waves on a semitoroidal water ring - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

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

Systems Biology via Redescription and Ontologies: Untangling the Malaria Parasite Life Cycle - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Systems Biology via Redescription and Ontologies: Untangling the Malaria Parasite Life Cycle, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Taylor-Wiles patching lemmas a la Kisin - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

The Affinity of a Permutation of a Finite Vector Space - W. Edwin Clark (University of South Florida)

The associative operad and the weak order on the symmetric groups - Marcelo Aguiar (Texas A&M University)

The asymptotic geometry of right-angled Artin groups I, - Bruce Kleiner (New York University and CIMS)

The boundary rigidity problem in the presence of a magnetic field - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

The Casson invariant and the word metric on the Torelli group - Andy Putman (MIT)

The character table for E8 - David Vogan (MIT)

The character table for E8 - David Vogan (MIT)

The Cm Norm of a Function with Prescribed Jets I - Fefferman, Charles (Princeton University)

The Cm Norm of a Function with Prescribed Jets II - Fefferman, Charles (Princeton University)

The critical temperature in the BCS model at weak coupling. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

The critical temperature in the BCS model at weak coupling. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

The effect of step height on the performance of AC electro-osmotic microfluidic pumps - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

The Endgame in Poker - Thomas Ferguson (UCLA)

The Felix Klein protocols - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

The Felix Klein protocols, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

The Geography of Linear Baroclinic Instability in Earth\'s Oceans - K. Shafer Smith (New York University)

The Geography of Linear Baroclinic Instability in Earth\'s Oceans - Shafer Smith (New York University and CIMS)

The granular sea-ice model in spherical coordinates and its application to a global climate model. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

The homology of Richard Thompson\'s group?F - Ken Brown (Cornell Univ.)

The homotopy groups of the automorphism group of Kirchberg algebras. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

The Hopf algebra of uniform block permutations - Marcelo Aguiar (Texas A&M University)

The Inversion of the X-ray Transform on a Compact Symmetric Space - Sigurdur Helgason (MIT)

The Kauffman bracket of virtual links and the Bollob?s-Riordan polynomial of ribbon graphs - Igor Pak (UCLA)

The Local Langlands Conjecture for GSp(4), - Shuichiro Takeda (Purdue University)

The melting of floating ice and sea level rise. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

The metrization problem for Frechet groups - Justin Tatch Moore (Cornell Univ.)

The moment polytope of a K?hler G-manifold - reyer sjamaar (Cornell Univ.)

The narrow escape problem for diffusion in cellular microdomains - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

The order of accuracy of quadrature formulae for periodic functions - Jeffrey B. Rauch (University of Michigan)

The Origin of Nonlinear? Signatures of Planetary Wave Dynamics: Mean Phase Space Tendencies and Their Information - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

The Origin of Nonlinear? Signatures of Planetary Wave Dynamics: Mean Phase Space Tendencies and Their Information, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

The Role of Thermal and Mechanical Processes in the Formation of the Ross Sea Summer Polynya. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

The roots of the independence polynomial of a claw-free graph - Paul Seymour (Princeton University)

The settling-time reducibility ordering - Richard A. Shore (Cornell Univ.)

The Spectrum of Heavy Tailed Random Matrices - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

The Spectrum of Heavy Tailed Random Matrices - Gerard Ben Arous (New York University)

The Stochastic Flow Rule: A multiscale model for granular materials - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

The sub-elliptic obstacle problem: C1,α regularity of the free boundary in Carnot groups of step two, - Donatella Danielli (Purdue University)

The Surface Measure and Cone Measure on the Sphere of l_p^n - Assaf Naor (New York University)

The Surface Measure and Cone Measure on the Sphere of l_p^n, - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

The Warm-Water \'Halo\' around Maud Rise: Properties, Dynamics and Impact. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

Thinning of Superfluid Films Below the Critical Point - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

This message will self-destruct: Using collaborative web publishing for self-easing covert communication - Topkara, M. (Purdue University)

This message will self-destruct: Using collaborative web publishing for self-easing covert communication - Topkara, U. (Purdue University)

This message will self-destruct: Using collaborative web publishing for self-easing covert communication - Atallah, M. (Purdue University)

Tight contact structures and genus one fibered knots - JOHN A BALDWIN (Princeton/IAS)

Topological non-rigidity of non-uniform lattices - Shmuel Weinberger (University of Chicago)

Torsion p-adic Galois representation and a conjecture of Fontaine, - Liu, Tong (Purdue University)

Towards a new generation of ice sheet models. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

Tracing Lineage Beyond Relational Operators - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

Tracing Lineage Beyond Relational Operators - Zhang, X. (Purdue University)

Tracing Lineage Beyond Relational Operators - Zhang, X. (Purdue University)

Tracing Lineage Beyond Relational Operators - Zhang, M. (Purdue University)

Transitivity properties for group actions on buildings - Ken Brown (Cornell Univ.)

Translating Time-course Gene Expression Profiles into Semi-Algebraic Hybrid Automata via Dimensionality Reduction - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Translating Time-course Gene Expression Profiles into Semi-Algebraic Hybrid Automata via Dimensionality Reduction, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Two Erdoes problems on lacunary sequences: chromatic number and Diophantine approximation - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

Typical: taking the tedium out of typing. - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

U(0,1) Two-Person Poker Models - Thomas Ferguson (UCLA)

Ultracontractivity and embedding into $Lsp infty$. - Laurent Saloff-Coste (Cornell Univ.)

Underconstrained Jammed Packings of Hard Ellipsoids - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

Uniform approximation of sgn(x) by polynomials and entire functions, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

Uniform embeddability of relatively hyperbolic groups. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

Uniqueness in Discrete Tomography of Planar Model Sets - Christian Huck ()

Uniqueness results for ill posed characteristic problems in curved space-times (November 2007) - SERGIU KLAINERMAN (Princeton University)

Unitary Shimura correspondence for split real groups - David Vogan (MIT)

Universal torsors over Del Pezzo surfaces and rational points - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Universal torsors over Del Pezzo surfaces and rational points, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Universally Composable Security with Global Setup - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Unsupervised Learning of Invariant Feature Hierarchies with Applications to Object Recognition - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

urvelets and Wave Atoms for Mirror-Extended Images - Laurent Demanet (MIT)

Virtual Classroom Extension for Effective Distance Education - Dark, M. (Purdue University)

Virtual Classroom Extension for Effective Distance Education - Jia, C. (Purdue University)

Virtual Classroom Extension for Effective Distance Education - Nita-Rotaru, C. (Purdue University)

Virtual Classroom Extension for Effective Distance Education - York, C. (Purdue University)

Virtual Classroom Extension for Effective Distance Education - Dondera, R. (Purdue University)

Virtual Classroom Extension for Effective Distance Education - Popescu, V. (Purdue University)

Virtual photons in imaginary time: Computing exact Casimir forces via standard numerical-electromagnetism techniques - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Vortex collisions and energy-dissipation rates in the Ginzburg-Landau heat flow, - Sylvia SERFATY (New York University and CIMS)

Vortex collisions and energy-dissipation rates in the Ginzburg-Landau heat flow, - Sylvia SERFATY (New York University and CIMS)

Vortex collisions and energy-dissipation rates in the Ginzburg-Landau heat flow, part I: Study of the perturbed Ginzburg-Landau equation - Sylvia Serfaty (New York University)

Vortex collisions and energy-dissipation rates in the Ginzburg-Landau heat flow, part II: The dynamics - Sylvia Serfaty (New York University)

Voting Rules for Infinite Sets and Boolean Algebras - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Water-walking devices - Bush, John (MIT)

Wave Atoms and Time Upscaling of Wave Equations - Laurent Demanet (MIT)

Weakly Supervised Scale-Invariant Learning of Models for Visual Recognition - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

What power of two divides a weighted Catalan number? A.?Postnikov - Alexander Postnikov (MIT)

Zero-one laws: Thesauri and parametric conditions - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Zero-one laws: Thesauri and parametric conditions - Andreas R. Blass (University of Michigan)

Zeros of OPUC and long time asymptotics of Schur and related flows - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

χ(2) and χ(3) harmonic generation at a critical power in inhomogeneous doubly resonant cavities - Steven Johnson (MIT)

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