2009 년도 -

2009 Experimental study of gravitation effects in the flow of a particle-laden thin film on an inclined plane - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

A (log n)^{Omega(1)} integrality gap for the Sparsest Cut SDP - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

A (log n)^{Omega(1)} integrality gap for the Sparsest Cut SDP - Assaf Naor (New York University)

A Cartesian treecode for screened Coulomb interactions - Robert Krasny (University of Michigan)

A celebration of J?rg and Tom - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

A class of integrable flows on the space of symmetric matrices - Anthony Bloch (University of Michigan)

A combinatorial analysis of interacting diffusions - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

A combinatorial description of knot Floer homology - Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)

A community ice-sheet model for sea level prediction. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

A criterion for coarse iterability - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

A direct proof of Z-stability for approximately homogeneous C*-algebras of bounded topological dimension. Bull. Lond. Math. Soc. 41 (2009), no. 4, 639--653. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

A fast randomized algorithm for orthogonal projection - Mark Tygert (New York University)

A generalized Laguerre-Fourier-Hermite pseudospectral method for computing the dynamics of rotating in Bose-Einstein condensates. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

A Large-scale Model of Locust Antennal Lobe - David Cai (New York University)

A Large-scale Model of Locust Antennal Lobe, M. Patel, A.V. Rangan, and D. Cai, published June 2009, DOI 10.1007/s10827-009-0169-z J. Comp. Neurosci. (2009) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

A massively parallel adaptive fast-multipole method on heterogeneous architectures - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

A metapopulation model with local competitions, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

A Micromagnetic Study of Magnetization Reversal in Ferromagnetic Nanorings - Daniel L. Stein (New York University and CIMS)

A Multi-Range Architecture for Collision-Free Off-Road Robot Navigation - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

A Network-Aware Distributed Membership Protocol for Collaborative Defense - Zage, D. (Purdue University)

A Neuronal Network Model of Primary Visual Cortex explains Spatial Frequency Selectivity - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

A new quality measure for topic segmentation of text and speech. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

A new twist on Lorenz links - Joan Birman (Barnard College-Columbia University)

A note on affinely regular polygons - Christian Huck ()

A Note on Coincidence Isometries of Modules in Euclidean Space - Christian Huck ()

A note on low energy scattering for homogeneous long-range potentials. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

A note on low energy scattering for homogeneous long-range potentials. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

A Note on Lower Bounds for Frobenius Traces(revised Sept. 10, 2009) - Nicholas M. Katz (Princeton University)

A note on the numerical representation of surface dynamics in quasigeopstrophic turbulence: Application to the nonlinear Eady model - K. Shafer Smith (New York University)

A note on the numerical representation of surface dynamics in quasigeopstrophic turbulence: Application to the nonlinear Eady model - Shafer Smith (New York University and CIMS)

A note on the relation between fixed point and orbit count sequences - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)

A note on the support norm of a contact structure - JOHN A BALDWIN (Princeton/IAS)

A Novel Approach to Multi-Hazard Modeling and Simulation, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

A Percolation-Theoretic Approach to Spin Glass Phase Transitions - Daniel L. Stein (New York University and CIMS)

A phase transition behavior for Brownian motions interacting through their ranks - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

A Poisson-Nernst-Planck model for biological ion channels - an asymptotic analysis in a 3-D narrow funnel - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

A proof of Price\'s law on Schwarzschild black hole manifolds for all angular momenta - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

A public key encryption scheme secure against key dependent chosen plaintext and adaptive chosen ciphertext attacks - Victor Shoup (New York University and CIMS)

A quasisymmetric function for matroids - Louis Billera (Cornell Univ.)

A randomized algorithm for principal component analysis - Mark Tygert (New York University)

A ratio ergodic theorem for multiparameter actions. - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

A Riemann mapping theorem for two-connected domains, - Steven Bell (Purdue University)

A Rigorous Numerical Analysis of the Transformed Field Expansion Method. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

A Separable Shadow Hamiltonian Hybrid Monte Carlo Method, - Robert D. Skeel (Purdue University)

A sharp bound on eigenvalues of Schr?dinger operators on the halfline with complex-valued potentials. In: Oper. Theory Adv. Appl. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

A Simple Dynamical Model with Features of Convective Momentum Transport - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

A Simple Dynamical Model with Features of Convective Momentum Transport, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

A simple framework to justify linear response theory - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

A simple framework to justify linear response theory - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

A Simple Framework to Justify Linear Response Theory - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

A Simple Framework to Justify Linear Response Theory - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

A simple proof of Hardy-Lieb-Thirring inequalities. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

A simple proof of Hardy-Lieb-Thirring inequalities. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

A Statistical Method for Integrated Data Cleaning and Imputation - Neville, J. (Purdue University)

A Statistical Method for Integrated Data Cleaning and Imputation - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

A Statistical Method for Integrated Data Cleaning and Imputation - Mayfield, C. (Purdue University)

A stochastic model for phylogenetic trees. - Thomas Liggett (UCLA)

A support theorem for the geodesic ray transform of symmetric tensor fields - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

A Test Model for Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorems with Time Periodic Statistics - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

A Test Model for Fluctuation-Dissipation Theorems with Time Periodic Statistics - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

A Thermodynamically-Consistent Non-Ideal Stochastic Hard Sphere Fluid - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

A triangular spectral element method using fully tensorial rational basis functions. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

A universal property for Sp(2) at the prime 3 - Jelena Grbic (University of Manchester)

A Variational Approach to Hyperspectral Image Fusion - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

A-infinity functors for Lagrangian correspondences - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Abelian covers of surfaces and the homology of the level L mapping class group - Andy Putman (MIT)

Absolute Finiteness Theorems in Geometric Classfield Theory - Nicholas M. Katz (Princeton University)

Accurate finite-difference time-domain simulation of anisotropic media by subpixel smoothing - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Acute triangulations of polyhedra and Rn - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Adaptive Isotopic Approximation of Nonsingular Curves: - Chee K. Yap (New York University and CIMS)

Additive approximation for edge-deletion problems - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Algorithms for computing saturations of ideals in finitely generated commutative rings - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

An adaptive mixed least-squares finite element method for viscoelastic fluids of Oldroyd type, - Zhiqiang Cai (Purdue University)

An Algorithmic Framework for Wireless Information Flow - Michel Goemans (MIT)

An asymptotically tight bound on the number of connected components of realizable sign conditions , - Saugata Basu (Purdue University)

An effective Weierstrass Division Theorem - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

An Efficient and Accurate Spectral Method for Acoustic Scattering in Elliptic Domains. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

An efficient moving mesh spectral method for the phase-field model of twophase flows. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

An error estimate for two-dimensional Stokes driven cavity problem, - Zhiqiang Cai (Purdue University)

An Exercise Concerning the Selfdual Cusp Forms on GL(3), - DINAKAR RAMAKRISHNAN (Caltech)

An FPGA-Based Stream Processor for Embedded Real-Time Vision with Convolutional Networks - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

An infinite presentation of the Torelli group - Andy Putman (MIT)

An inverse source problem in optical molecular imaging - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

An observation about submatrices - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

An Overlapping Schwarz Algorithm for Almost Incompressible Elasticity - Olof B. Widlund (New York University and CIMS)

An Overlapping Schwarz Algorithm for Almost Incompressible Elasticity - Olof B. Widlund (New York University)

Analogue of the total variation denoising model in the context of geometry processing. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Analytic continuation of eigenvalues of a quartic oscillator, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

Analytic continuation of eigenvalues of a quartic oscillator. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

Anonymous credentials on a standard Java Card - Victor Shoup (New York University and CIMS)

Application-aware management of parallel simulation - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Applications of Cutoff Resolvent Estimates to the Wave Equation - Hans Christianson (MIT)

Applications of Dehn-Sommerville relations - Edward Swartz (Cornell Univ.)

Approximate kernel clustering - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Approximate kernel clustering - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Approximating Submodular Functions Everywhere - Michel Goemans (MIT)

Approximating the Smallest k-edge Connected Spanning Subgraph by LP Rounding - Michel Goemans (MIT)

Approximation of definable sets by compact families, and upper bounds on homotopy and homology. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

Arithmetic complexity - Yiannis Moschovakis (UCLA)

Aronszajn trees and failure of the singular cardinal hypothesis - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

Assessing continuum postulates in simulations of granular flow - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Asymptotic estimates for the number of contingency tables, integer flows, and volumes of transportation polytopes - Alexander Barvinok (University of Michigan)

Asynchronous Event-Driven Particle Algorithms - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

Atomistic fracture and nano-macro transition for strength and lifetime statistics of quasibrittle structures - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Averages of central L-values of Hilbert modular forms with an application to subconvexity - David Whitehouse (MIT)

Avoiding small subgraphs in Achlioptas processes - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Azimuthal instability of a vortex ring computed by a vortex sheet panel method - Robert Krasny (University of Michigan)

Backward Ricci Flow on Locally Homogeneous Three-manifolds - Xiaodong Cao (Cornell Univ.)

Ballistic Behavior for Biased Self?Avoiding Walks - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

Behavior of BFGS with an Exact Line Search on Nonsmooth Examples - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

Blowup in multidimensional aggregation equations with mildly singular interaction kernels - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Boundedness of the gradient of the solution and Wiener test of order one for the biharmonic equation - Svitlana Mayboroda (Purdue University)

Boundedness of the square function and rectifiability - Svitlana Mayboroda (Purdue University)

Bounding the radii of balls meeting every connected component of semi-algebraic sets - Saugata Basu (Purdue University)

Capping off open books and the Ozsvath-Szabo contact invariant - JOHN A BALDWIN (Princeton/IAS)

Casimir forces in the time domain: Theory - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Central L-values and toric periods for GL(2) - David Whitehouse (MIT)

Central limit theorem for first-passage percolation time across thin cylinders - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Central Limit Theorems for the Energy Density in the Sherrington-Kirkpatrick Model - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Chains in the Bruhat order - Alexander Postnikov (MIT)

Chaotic Bouncing of a Droplet on a Soap Film - Bush, John (MIT)

Characterization of the Radon-Nikodym Property in terms of inverse limits, - Bruce Kleiner (New York University and CIMS)

CICLoPE - a response to the need for high Reynolds number experiments - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

CICLoPE - a response to the need for high Reynolds number experiments. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Classification of Patterns of EEG Synchronization for Seizure Prediction - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

CNP: An FPGA-based Processor for Convolutional Networks - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Co-fibered products of algebraic curves - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Co-fibered products of algebraic curves, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Coding and reliability within the fly olfactory system - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Coding and reliability within the fly olfactory system, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Cohomology of fiber products of local rings - W. Frank Moore (Cornell Univ.)

Combinatorial modulus, the Combinatorial Loewner Property, and Coxeter groups - Bruce Kleiner (New York University and CIMS)

Combining Approximation Algorithms for the Prize-Collecing TSP - Michel Goemans (MIT)

Composability and On-Line Deniability of Authentication - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Computing the Betti numbers and the Euler-Poincare characteristic of semi-algebraic sets defined by partly quadratic systems of polynomials - Saugata Basu (Purdue University)

Comultiplication in knot Floer homology and transversely non-simple links - JOHN A BALDWIN (Princeton/IAS)

Concentration compactness for critical wave maps. - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

Congruences between modular forms given by the divided beta family in homotopy theory - Mark Behrens (MIT)

Consistent Estimates of Deformed Isotropic Gaussian Random Fields on the Plane - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Constrained Ramsey Numbers - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Constraints on stretching by paired vortex structures I. Kinematics - Stephen Childress (New York University)

Constraints on stretching by paired vortex structures II. The asymptotic dynamics of blow-up in three dimensions - Stephen Childress (New York University)

Contact monoids and Stein cobordisms - JOHN A BALDWIN (Princeton/IAS)

Continuous fields of C*-algebras over finite dimensional spaces. ? - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

Course: Visual Media Retargeting - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Critical Points of Ambrosio-Tortorelli converge to critical points of Mumford-Shah in the one-dimensional Dirichlet case - Sylvia Serfaty (New York University)

Critical Points of Ambrosio-Tortorelli converge to critical points of Mumford-Shah in the one-dimensional Dirichlet case, - Sylvia SERFATY (New York University and CIMS)

Cyclotomy and endomotives, P-Adic Numbers, - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Dark Flash Photography - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

Debug All Your Code: Portable Mixed-Environment Debugging. - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

Decay estimates for the one-dimensional wave equation with an inverse power potential - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

Degree bounds for Groebner bases in algebras of solvable type - Matthias Aschenbrenner (UCLA)

Density of Quadrature domains in one and several complex variables, - Steven Bell (Purdue University)

Density theorems for bipartite graphs and related Ramsey-type results - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Des algorithmes d\'apprentissage pour mieux classifier. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Detail Preserving Continuum Hair Simulation - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Detecting intrinsic slow variables in stochastic dynamical systems by anisotropic diffusion maps - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

Determinacy in $L{mathbb R})$ - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

Determinism and invertibility in topological dynamics. - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

Diagrammatic expansion of pulse-coupled network dynamics - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Diagrammatic expansion of pulse-coupled network dynamics in terms of subnetworks - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Diagrammatic expansion of pulse-coupled network dynamics in terms of subnetworks, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Diagrammatic expansion of pulse-coupled network dynamics, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Differential Harnack Estimates for Parabolic Equations - Xiaodong Cao (Cornell Univ.)

Differential Harnack Estimates for Time-dependent Heat Equations with Potentials - Xiaodong Cao (Cornell Univ.)

Diffuse charge effects in fuel-cell membranes - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Diffusion Approximation Revisited. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Diffusion generated motion for grain growth in two and three dimensions. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Diffusion generated motion using signed distance functions. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Diffusion Interpretation of Non-Local Neighborhood Filters for Signal Denoising - Amit Singer (Princeton University)

Discrete Kakeya-type problems and small bases - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Discrete Tomography of Icosahedral Model Sets - Christian Huck ()

Disorder chaos and multiple valleys in spin glasses - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Distributional limits for the symmetric exclusion process. - Thomas Liggett (UCLA)

Domain adaptation with multiple sources. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Domain adaptation: Learning bounds and algorithms. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Domains of discontinuity for surface groups - Anna Wienhard (Princeton University)

Drawing 4-Pfaffian graphs on the torus - Sergey Norin (Princeton University)

Drop propulsion in tapered tubes - Bush, John (MIT)

Dynamic Factor Graphs for Time Series Modeling - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Dynamics of current-based poisson driven, integrate-and-fire neuronal networks - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Dynamics of current-based poisson driven, integrate-and-fire neuronal networks, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

E7, Wirtinger inequalities, Cayley 4-form, and Homotopy, - Shmuel Weinberger (University of Chicago)

EBLearn: Open-Source Energy-Based Learning in C++ - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Effective slip over textured superhydrophobic surfaces - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Effectivity of Brauer-Manin obstructions on surfaces - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Effectivity of Brauer-Manin obstructions on surfaces, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Efficient and robust music identification with weighted finite-state transducers. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Efficient and Robust Prediction Algorithms for Complexes using Gomory-Hu Tree - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Efficient and Robust Prediction Algorithms for Complexes using Gomory-Hu Tree, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Efficient computation of Casimir interactions between arbitrary 3d objects - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Efficient large-scale distributed training of conditional maximum entropy models. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Efficient Off-Road Localization Using Visually Corrected Odometry - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Efficient Stochastic Galerkin Methods For Random Diffusion Equations. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Electric routing and concurrent flow cutting - Jonathan Kelner (MIT)

Electrostatic and electrokinetic contributions to the elastic moduli of a driven membrane - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Ensemble Nystr?m method. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Equivariant derived algebraic geometry and K-theory - Clark Barwick (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Ergodicity of hypoelliptic SDEs driven by fractional Brownian motion - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Ergodicity of hypoelliptic SDEs driven by fractional Brownian motion - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Evaluation of Reverse Tone Mapping through Varying Exposure Conditions - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Even pairs in Berge graphs - Paul Seymour (Princeton University)

Evidence for enhanced eddy mixing at mid-depth in the Southern Ocean - K. Shafer Smith (New York University)

Evidence for enhanced eddy mixing at mid-depth in the Southern Ocean - Shafer Smith (New York University and CIMS)

Exact averages of central values of triple product L-functions - David Whitehouse (MIT)

Exact triangle for fibered Dehn twists - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Existence of traveling wave solutions of a high-order nonlinear acoustic wave equation - Min Chen (Purdue University)

Expansive directions for $Z^2$ actions. - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

Experimental validation of cooperative environmental boundary tracking with on-board sensors - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Exploring discretization error in simulation-based aerodynamic databases - Marsha Berger (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences & New York University)

Explosive Percolation in Random Networks - Joel Spencer (New York University)

f-vectors of 3-manifolds - Edward Swartz (Cornell Univ.)

Face enumeration: from spheres to manifolds - Edward Swartz (Cornell Univ.)

Face ring multiplicity via CM-connectivity sequences - Edward Swartz (Cornell Univ.)

Faces of the scl norm ball - Danny Calegari (Caltech)

Fast Image Deconvolution using Hyper-Laplacian Priors - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

Fast Inference in Sparse Coding Algorithms with Applications to Object Recognition - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Faster generation of random spanning trees - Jonathan Kelner (MIT)

Feynman motives of banana graphs - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Fiberwise KK-equivalence of continuous fields of C*-algebras. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

Filtering Turbulent Sparsely Observed Geophysical Flows - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Filtering Turbulent Sparsely Observed Geophysical Flows - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Finite gap Jacobi matrices: An announcement - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Finite square function implies integer dimension - Svitlana Mayboroda (Purdue University)

First-order system least squares for the Signorini contact problem in linear elasticity, - Zhiqiang Cai (Purdue University)

First-passage Kinetic Monte Carlo method - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

Fitting a graph to vector data - Jonathan Kelner (MIT)

Floer cohomology and geometric composition of Lagrangian correspondences - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Floer field theory - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Floer field theory for tangles - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Floer homology on the extended moduli space - Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)

Fluctuations of eigenvalues and second order Poincar? inequalities - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Fokker-Planck description of conductance-based integrate-and-fire neuronal networks - David Cai (New York University)

Fokker-Planck description of conductance-based integrate-and-fire neuronal networks - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Fokker-Planck description of conductance-based integrate-and-fire neuronal networks, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Fokker-Planck description of conductance-based integrate-and-fire neuronal networks, G. Kovacic, A.V. Rangan, L. Tao, and D. Cai, Phys. Rev. E, 80, 021904 (2009) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Foundations of Exact Rounding - Chee K. Yap (New York University and CIMS)

Four unknown constants - Rodrigo Ba?uelos (Purdue University)

Freshwater Discharge, Sediment Transport, and Modeled Climate Impacts of the Final Drainage of Glacial Lake Agassiz, American Meteorological Society - Bush, John (MIT)

From Clausen to Carlitz: low-dimensional spin groups and identities among character sums - Nicholas M. Katz (Princeton University)

Fun with F_1 - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

Functoriality for Lagrangian correspondences in Floer theory - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Fundamental relation between phase and group velocity and application to the failure of perfectly matched layers in backward-wave structures - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Gamma-convergence of gradient flows on Hilbert and metric spaces and applications - Sylvia Serfaty (New York University)

Gaussian margin machines. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

General analysis of type I planetary migration with stochastic perturbations - Anthony Bloch (University of Michigan)

General suffix automaton construction algorithm and space bounds. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Generalized tensor idempotents and the telescope conjecture - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

Genomics via Optical Mapping I: 0-1 Laws for Single Molecules - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Genomics via Optical Mapping I: 0-1 Laws for Single Molecules, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Geo-complexity and earthquake prediction. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

Geometric description of the connecting homomorphism for Witt groups - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

Geometric Fracture Modeling in BOLT - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Geometry and complexity of O\'Hara\'s algorithm - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Global-time solutions for a model of contact line motion - Inwon Kim (UCLA)

Gluing representations via idempotent modules and constructing endotrivial modules - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

Gorenstein rings through face rings of manifolds - Edward Swartz (Cornell Univ.)

Gravity Waves in Shear and Implications for Organized Convecion - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Gravity Waves in Shear and Implications for Organized Convecion, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Grid diagrams and Heegaard Floer invariants - Ciprian Manolescu (UCLA)

Grounding line movement and ice shelf buttressing in marine ice sheets. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

Hamiltonian paths in Cayley graphs - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Hardy and BMO spaces associated to divergence form elliptic operators - Svitlana Mayboroda (Purdue University)

Harmonic morphisms and hyperelliptic graphs - Sergey Norin (Princeton University)

Hawking\'s local rigidity theorem without analyticity (January 2009) - SERGIU KLAINERMAN (Princeton University)

High-order methods for simulating the dynamics of axis-symmetric inextensible vesicles in viscous flow - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Higher eigenvalues of graphs - Jonathan Kelner (MIT)

Homogenization of metric Hamilton-Jacobi equations - Alexander Vladimirsky (Cornell Univ.)

Homomorphic Encryption based k-out-of-n Oblivious Transfer Protocols - Jiang, W. (Purdue University)

Homomorphic Encryption based k-out-of-n Oblivious Transfer Protocols - Nergiz, E. (Purdue University)

Homomorphic Encryption based k-out-of-n Oblivious Transfer Protocols - Uzunbaz, S (Purdue University)

Homomorphic Encryption based k-out-of-n Oblivious Transfer Protocols - Murugesan, M. (Purdue University)

House-Hunting Without Second Moments - Thomas Ferguson (UCLA)

How hot can a heat bath get? - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

How hot can a heat bath get? - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

How to cut out a convex polyhedron - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Hypoellipticity in Infinite Dimensions - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Hypoellipticity in Infinite Dimensions - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Identification of IKr Kinetics and Drug Binding in Native Myocytes - Greg Buzzard (Purdue University)

Identifying Interesting Instances for Probabilistic Skylines - Atallah, M. (Purdue University)

Identifying Interesting Instances for Probabilistic Skylines - Qi, Y. (Purdue University)

Image Inpainting using a fourth-order total variational flow - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Image recovery using functions of bounded variation and Sobolev spaces of negative differentiability - Luminita Vese (UCLA)

Image Recovery via Nonlocal Operators - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Image segmentation through efficient boundary sampling - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Imposed currents in galvanic cells - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Improved lower bounds for Ginzburg-Landau energies via mass displacement - Sylvia Serfaty (New York University)

Inapproximability of vertex cover and independent set in bounded degree graphs. - Subhash Khot (New York University and CIMS)

Indifferentiability of Permutation-Based Compression Functions and Tree-Based Modes of Operation, with Applications to MD6 - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Inequalities of Hardy-Sobolev Type in Carnot-Carath?odory Spaces, - Donatella Danielli (Purdue University)

Inflatable mathematics - David Vogan (MIT)

Ingredients of a Casimir analog computer - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Initial effects of oceanic warming on a coupled ocean-ice shelf-ice stream system. - David Holland (New York University and CIMS)

Instability of graphical strips and a positive answer to the Bernstein problem in the Heisenberg group, - Donatella Danielli (Purdue University)

Integral points of bounded height on partial equivariant compactifications of vector groups - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Integral points of bounded height on partial equivariant compactifications of vector groups, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Intelligently Deciphering Unintelligible Designs: Algorithmic Algebraic Model Checking in Systems Biology - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Interpretation of the propagation of surface altimetric observations in terms of planetary waves and geostrophic turbulence - K. Shafer Smith (New York University)

Interpretation of the propagation of surface altimetric observations in terms of planetary waves and geostrophic turbulence - Shafer Smith (New York University and CIMS)

Inverse Born Series for Diffuse Waves. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Irreducibility of some spectral determinants, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

Irreducibility of some spectral determinants. - Andrei Gabrielov (Purdue University)

Irreducibility of the Igusa tower - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

Isomorphisms between Algebras of Semiclassical Pseudodifferential Operators - Hans Christianson (MIT)

iWIRES: An Analyze-and-Edit Approach to Shape Manipulation - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

K-theory of cones of smooth varieties - Christian Haesemeyer (UCLA)

Kazhdan-Lusztig polynomials for signatures - David Vogan (MIT)

Kleene\'s amazing second recursion theorem (extended abstract) - Yiannis Moschovakis (UCLA)

L-invariant of symmetric powers of Tate curves - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

L-invariants of Tate curves - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

L2 regularization for learning kernels. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

La conjecture de Weinstein en dimension 3, d\'apr?s C. H. Taubes. - Auroux, Denis (MIT)

Lagrangian views on turbulent mixing of passive scalars - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Lagrangian views on turbulent mixing of passive scalars. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Lang-Trotter revisited (published version) - Nicholas M. Katz (Princeton University)

Large induced trees in K_r-free graphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Large Scale Properties of the IIIC for 2D Percolation - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

Large-Scale Computational Modeling of the Primary Visual Cortex - David Cai (New York University)

Large-Scale Computational Modeling of the Primary Visual Cortex - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Large-Scale Computational Modeling of the Primary Visual Cortex, A.V. Rangan, L. Tao, G. Kovacic, and D. Cai, invited review in Coherent Behavior in Neuronal Networks, ed. Kresimir Josic, (Springer, New York) in press (2009) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Large-Scale Computational Modeling of the Primary Visual Cortex, In K. Joxic, M. Matias, R. Romo, and J. Rubin, editors, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Large-scale identification of genetic design strategies using local search - Jonathan Kelner (MIT)

Leakage-Resilient Public-Key Cryptography in the Bounded-Retrieval Model - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Learning Invariant Features through Topographic Filter Maps - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

Learning Invariant Features through Topographic Filter Maps - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Learning Long-Range Vision for Autonomous Off-Road Driving - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

Learning non-linear combinations of kernels. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Lecture notes for the PCMI Undergraduate Summer School - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Library-based Numerical Reduction of the Hodgkin-Huxley Neuron for Network Simulation - David Cai (New York University)

Library-based Numerical Reduction of the Hodgkin-Huxley Neuron for Network Simulation - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Library-based Numerical Reduction of the Hodgkin-Huxley Neuron for Network Simulation, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Library-based Numerical Reduction of the Hodgkin-Huxley Neuron for Network Simulation, Y. Sun, D. Zhou, A.V. Rangan, and D. Cai, DOI 10.1007/s10827-009-0151-9, published, J. Comp. Neurosci. (2009) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Lifetime of high-k gate dielectrics and analogy with strength of quasibrittle structures. - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Linear stability of particle laden thin films - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Linear-space computation of the edit-distance between a string and a finite automaton. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Linearizing non-linear inverse problems and an application to inverse backscattering - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

Local entropy averages and projections of fractal measures. - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

Local Flaps: A Real-Time Finite Element Based Solution to the Plastic Surgery Defect Puzzle - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Local Galois Symbols on ExE, dedicated to Spencer Bloch, - DINAKAR RAMAKRISHNAN (Caltech)

Local graph partitions for approximation and testing - Jonathan Kelner (MIT)

Local histogram based segmentation using Wasserstein distance. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Local lens rigidity with incomplete data for a class of non-simple Riemannian manifolds - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

Local Smoothing Effects for the Water-wave Problem with Surface Tension - Hans Christianson (MIT)

Long-Time Asymptotics of 2D Dissipative Boussinesq Systems - Min Chen (Purdue University)

Lower Bounds for Zero-Dimensional Projections - Chee K. Yap (New York University and CIMS)

L^2-topology and Lagrangians in the space of connections over a Riemann surface (NEW VERSION) - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Mathematical Modeling of the formation of Apoptosome in Intrinsic Pathway of Apoptosis, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Mathematical Test Models for Superparameterization in Anisotropic Turbulence - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Mathematical Test Models for Superparameterization in Anisotropic Turbulence, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Mathematics\' Mortua Manus: Discovering Dexterity - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

McKay correspondence for cocompact discrete subgroups of SU(1,1) - Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan)

Mean Field Analysis of Low Dimensional Systems - Lincoln Chayes (UCLA)

Meromorphic functions with linearly distributed values and Julia sets of rational functions, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

Meromorphic solutions of higher order Briot-Bouquet differential equations, - Alexandre Eremenko (Purdue University)

Message Authentication Codes from Unpredictable Block Ciphers - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Metamorphosis: The Coming Transformation of Translational Systems Biology - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Metastable behavior for bootstrap percolation on regular trees - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Metric differentiation, monotonicity and maps to L^1 - Bruce Kleiner (New York University and CIMS)

Milnor K2 and field homomorphisms - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Milnor K2 and field homomorphisms, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Minimal intersections and vanishing (co)homology - W. Frank Moore (Cornell Univ.)

Minors in expanding graphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Modeling TB and HIV co-infections, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Modulation of Internal Gravity Waves in a Multiscale Model for Deep Convection on Mesoscales - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Modulation of Internal Gravity Waves in a Multiscale Model for Deep Convection on Mesoscales - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Moist Multi-Scale Models for the Hurricane Embryo - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Moist Multi-Scale Models for the Hurricane Embryo - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Monadic theories of wellorders - Itay Neeman (UCLA)

Monotone Jacobi parameters and non-Szeg? weights - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Motion-Aware Temporal Coherence for Video Resizing - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Moving and ample cones of holomorphic symplectic fourfolds - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Moving and ample cones of holomorphic symplectic fourfolds, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Multi-scale Modeling of the Primary Visual Cortex - David Cai (New York University)

Multi-scale Modeling of the Primary Visual Cortex - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University)

Multi-scale Modeling of the Primary Visual Cortex, - Aaditya V. Rangan (New York University and CIMS)

Multi-scale Modeling of the Primary Visual Cortex, A.V. Rangan, L. Tao, G. Kovacic, and D. Cai, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, May/June issue, pp19-24 (2009) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

Multiobjective Robust Control with HIFOO 2.0 - Michael L. Overton (New York University and CIMS)

Multiobjective Robust Control with HIFOO 2.0 - Michael L. Overton (New York University)

Multiple source adaptation and the R?nyi divergence. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

N-way composition of weighted finite-state transducers. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Nanoscale Optical Tomography Using Volume Scanning Near-Field Microscopy. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Negative dependence and the geometry of polynomials. - Thomas Liggett (UCLA)

Network-induced Chaos in integrate-and-fire neuronal ensembles - David Cai (New York University)

Network-induced Chaos in integrate-and-fire neuronal ensembles, D. Zhou, A.V. Rangan, Y. Sun, and D. Cai, Phys. Rev. E, 80, 031918 (2009) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

New Algorithms for Low Frequency Climate Response - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

New Algorithms for Low Frequency Climate Response, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

New Bounds for Restricted Isometry Constants. - Lie Wang (MIT)

New Efficient Sparse Space-Time Algorithms for Superparamterization on Mesoscales - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

New Efficient Sparse Space-Time Algorithms for Superparamterization on Mesoscales - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Niveau spectral sequences on singular schemes and failure of generalized Gersten conjecture - Paul Balmer (UCLA)

Non-malleable Extractors and Symmetric Key Cryptography from Weak Secrets - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Non-Pinhole Imposters - Hayward, K. (Purdue University)

Non-Pinhole Imposters - Rosen, P. (Purdue University)

Non-Pinhole Imposters - Wyman, C. (Purdue University)

Non-Pinhole Imposters - Popescu, V. (Purdue University)

Non-touching nanoparticle diclusters bound by repulsive and attractive Casimir forces - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Nonlinear electrokinetics at large voltages - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Nonlinear harmonic generation and devices in doubly-resonant Kerr cavities - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Nonlocal Similarity Image Filtering - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Normal Forms for Reduced Stochastic Climate Models - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Normal Forms for Reduced Stochastic Climate Models, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Numerical investigation of a two-dimensional Boussinesq system, - Min Chen (Purdue University)

Numerical methods for approximating invariant manifolds of delayed systems - Alexander Vladimirsky (Cornell Univ.)

Numerical simulations of thermal convection at high Prandtl numbers - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Numerical simulations of thermal convection at high Prandtl numbers. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Numerical Studies of the Inverse Born Series for Diffuse Waves. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Obtaining presentations from group actions without making choices - Andy Putman (MIT)

On AF embeddability of continuous fields. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

On Cryptography with Auxiliary Input - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

On elements of order p^s in the plane Cremona group over a field of characteristic p - Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan)

On Energy Conservation of the Simplified Takahashi-Imada Method, - Robert D. Skeel (Purdue University)

On pointwise decay for linear waves on a Schwarzschild black hole background - Wilhelm Schlag (University of Chicago)

On reconciling patches and aspects. - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

On sampling-based approximate spectral decomposition. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

On Spectral Approximations In Elliptical Geometries Using Mathieu Functions. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

On the Christoffel-Darboux kernel for random Hermitian matrices with external source - Jinho Baik (University of Michigan)

On the Complexity of Counting Components of Algebraic Varieties, - Peter Scheiblechner (Purdue University)

On the dynamics and recursive properties of multidimensional symbolic systems . - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

On the Existence of $U$-Polygons of Class $cgeq 4$ in Planar Point Sets - Christian Huck ()

On the formation of trapped surfaces (December 2009) - SERGIU KLAINERMAN (Princeton University)

On the KK-theory of strongly self-absorbing C*-algebras. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

On the massive wave equation on slowly rotating Kerr-AdS spacetimes - Gustav Holzegel (Princeton University)

On the Modification of an Eigenvalue Problem that Preserves an Eigenspace - Naumov, M. (Purdue University)

On the random satisfiable process - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

On the regularized Siegel-Weil formula (the second term identity) and non-vanishing of theta lifts from orthogonal groups, - Shuichiro Takeda (Purdue University)

On the self-intersections of curves deep in the lower central series of a surface group - Andy Putman (MIT)

On the spectral sequence from Khovanov homology to Heegaard Floer homology - JOHN A BALDWIN (Princeton/IAS)

On the stable trace formula for Sp(4) - David Whitehouse (MIT)

On the Trace of symmetric stable processes on Lipschitz domains, - Rodrigo Ba?uelos (Purdue University)

On the Zonal Structure of the NAO and Annular Modes - Edwin Gerber (New York University)

On the Zonal Structure of the NAO and Annular Modes? - Edwin P. Gerber (New York University and CIMS)

On universality in multidimensional symbolic dynamics, - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

On zero-temperature limits of Gibbs states. - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

Optical Tomography with Structured Illumination. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Optimal stability for trapezoidal-backward difference split-steps - Gilbert Strang (MIT)

Optimizing Threshold Queries over Uncertain Data - Prabhakar, S. (Purdue University)

Optimizing Threshold Queries over Uncertain Data - Singh, S. (Purdue University)

Optimizing Threshold Queries over Uncertain Data - Qi, Y. (Purdue University)

Orientations for pseudoholomorphic quilts - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

p-Typical curves in K-theory and crystalline cohomology - Clark Barwick (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

PADS: A policy architecture for distributed storage systems. - Robert Grimm (New York University and CIMS)

Parameter Identification with Adaptive Sparse Grid-based Optimization for Models of Cellular Processes, - Greg Buzzard (Purdue University)

Particle dispersion in a stratified Ekman layer - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Particle dispersion in a stratified Ekman layer. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Paths and stability number in digraphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Percolation in the Sherrington-Kirkpatrick Spin Glass - Daniel L. Stein (New York University and CIMS)

Periodic homogenization with an interface - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Periodic homogenization with an interface - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Periodic homogenization with an interface: the multi-dimensional case - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Periodic homogenization with an interface: the multi-dimensional case - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Periodic homogenization with an interface: the one-dimensional case - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Periodic homogenization with an interface: the one-dimensional case - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Phase Measurements of Barrier Crossings in a Periodically Modulated Double-Well Potential - Daniel L. Stein (New York University and CIMS)

Phase Transitions in Gravitational Allocation - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Plant toxicity, adaptive herbivory, and plant community dynamics, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Poisson brackets of orthogonal polynomials - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Polya\'s conjecture in the presence of a constant magnetic field. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Polya\'s conjecture in the presence of a constant magnetic field. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Polynomial semantic indexing. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Practical, Distributed Channel Assignment and Routing in Dual-radio Mesh Networks - Jin Yang (New York University and CIMS)

Predicting Malaria Interactome Classifications from Time-Course Transcriptomic Data along the Intra-Erythrocytic Developmental Cycle - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Predicting Malaria Interactome Classifications from Time-Course Transcriptomic Data along the Intra-Erythrocytic Developmental Cycle, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Prediction of Protein Functions with Gene Ontology and Inter-Species Protein Homology Data - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

Prediction of Protein Functions with Gene Ontology and Inter-Species Protein Homology Data, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Profiles of inflated surfaces - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Promotion and evacuation - Richard Stanley (MIT)

Proofs of Retrievability via Hardness Amplification - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Pseudoholomorphic quilts - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Quadratic exercises in Iwasawa theory - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

Quantum Monodromy and Non-concentration Near a Closed Semi-hyperbolic Orbit - Hans Christianson (MIT)

Quasi-invariance of the Wiener measure on path space over a complete Riemannian manifold - Cheng Ouyang (Purdue University)

Quasi-semi-stable representations, - Liu, Tong (Purdue University)

Quasigeostrophic turbulence with explicit surface dynamics: Application to the atmospheric energy spectrum - K. Shafer Smith (New York University)

Quasigeostrophic turbulence with explicit surface dynamics: Application to the atmospheric energy spectrum - Shafer Smith (New York University and CIMS)

Quasivelocities and Symmetries in Nonholonomic Systems - Anthony Bloch (University of Michigan)

Quilted Floer cohomology - Katrin Wehrheim (MIT)

Rademacher complexity bounds for non-i.i.d. processes. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Radicial subgroups and weight varieties - reyer sjamaar (Cornell Univ.)

Ramsey numbers of sparse hypergraphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Real-time creased subdivision surfaces - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Reconstruction of higher-dimensional function fields - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Reconstruction of higher-dimensional function fields, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Reconstruction on Trees: Exponential Moment Bounds for Linear Estimators - Sebastien Roch (UCLA)

Reductions of Young tableau bijections - Igor Pak (UCLA)

Reflection positivity and phase transitions in lattice spin models - Marek Biskup (UCLA)

Regularity and the Ces?ro?Nevai class - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Relaxed Synchronization and Eager Scheduling in MapReduce - Grama, A. (Purdue University)

Relaxed Synchronization and Eager Scheduling in MapReduce - Jagannathan, S. (Purdue University)

Relaxed Synchronization and Eager Scheduling in MapReduce - Rapolu, N. (Purdue University)

Relaxed Synchronization and Eager Scheduling in MapReduce - Kambatla, K. (Purdue University)

Remarks on eigenvalue estimates and semigroup domination. In: Spectral and Scattering Theory for Quantum Magnetic Systems, P. Briet, et al. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Remarks on eigenvalue estimates and semigroup domination. In: Spectral and Scattering Theory for Quantum Magnetic Systems, P. Briet, et al. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Remarks on missing faces and lower bounds on face numbers - Eran Nevo (Cornell University)

Remarks on the symmetric powers of cusp forms on GL (2), - DINAKAR RAMAKRISHNAN (Caltech)

Remembering John Stallings - Danny Calegari (Caltech)

Renormalized Resonance Quartets in Dispersive Wave Turbulence - David Cai (New York University)

Renormalized Resonance Quartets in Dispersive Wave Turbulence, W. Lee, G. Kovacic, and D. Cai, Phys. Rev. Lett. 103, 024502 (2009) - David Cai (Courant Institute of Mathematical Science The Center for Neural Science New York University)

REPLY to ``Two comments on the Surface Quasigeostrophic model for the atmospheric energy spectrum,\'\' submitted to JAS by E. Lindborg - K. Shafer Smith (New York University)

REPLY to ``Two comments on the Surface Quasigeostrophic model for the atmospheric energy spectrum,\'\' submitted to JAS by E. Lindborg - Shafer Smith (New York University and CIMS)

Revisiting the finite temperature string method for the calculation of reaction tubes and free energies - Eric Vanden-Eijnden (New York University)

Robust design of slow-light tapers in periodic waveguides - Steven Johnson (MIT)

Robust Parameter Identification with Adaptive Sparse Grid-based Optimization for Nonlinear Systems Biology Models - Greg Buzzard (Purdue University)

Rohlin properties for $Z^d$-actions on the Cantor set. - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

Salvaging Merkle-Damgard for Practical Applications - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Sampling Conditioned Diffusions - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Sampling Conditioned Hypoelliptic Diffusions - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Sampling Conditioned Hypoelliptic Diffusions - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Sampling techniques for the Nystr?m method. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Satisfiability Modulo Theories, - Clark W. Barrett (New York University and CIMS)

Scaling of strength and lifetime distributions of quasibrittle structures based on atomistic fracture mechanics - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Schr?dinger operators with purely discrete spectrum - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

SDP integrality gaps with local L1-embeddability. - Subhash Khot (New York University and CIMS)

Security Amplification for Interactive Cryptographic Primitives - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Self-similarity in particle laden flows at constant volume - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Semi-supervised Learning in Gigantic Image Collections - Rob Fergus (New York University and CIMS)

Serre\'s conjecture and base change for GL(2) - Haruzo Hida (UCLA)

Shape-Changing Bodies in Fluid: Hovering, Ratcheting, and Bursting - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

Shear stability for stratified hydrostatic flows - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University)

Shear stability for stratified hydrostatic flows - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University and CIMS)

Shifting Inequality and Recovery of Sparse Signals. - Lie Wang (MIT)

Short geodesics in hyperbolic 3-manifolds - William Breslin (University of Michigan)

Short-Distance Expansion for the Electromagnetic Green’s Tensor. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Short-term forecasts and scaling of intense events in turbulence - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Short-term forecasts and scaling of intense events in turbulence. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Signal Processing Problems on Function Space: Bayesian Formulation, Stochastic PDEs and Effective MCMC Methods - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Signal Processing Problems on Function Space: Bayesian Formulation, Stochastic PDEs and Effective MCMC Methods - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Simple waves do not avoid eigenvalue crossings - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University)

Simple waves do not avoid eigenvalue crossings - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University and CIMS)

Simplifying Wide-Area Application Development with WheelFS - Jin Yang (New York University and CIMS)

Simultaneously Segmenting Multiple Gene Expression Time Courses by Analyzing Cluster Dynamics, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Single-Scattering Optical Tomography. - John Schotland (University of Michigan)

Singular blocks of parabolic category O and finite W-algebras - Ben Webster (MIT)

Singular spectrum for radial trees. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Singular spectrum for radial trees. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Size-dependent spinodal and miscibility gaps for intercalation in nanoparticles D. Burch and M. Z. Bazant - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Slow Energy Dissipation in Chains of Anharmonic Oscillators - Martin Hairer (Warwick University.)

Slow Energy Dissipation in Chains of Anharmonic Oscillators - Martin Hairer (Warwick University)

Small curvature laminations in hyperbolic 3-manifolds - William Breslin (University of Michigan)

Smallest compact formulation for the permutahedron - Michel Goemans (MIT)

Sobolev Inequalities in Familiar and Unfamilar settings - Laurent Saloff-Coste (Cornell Univ.)

Socles of Buchsbaum modules, complexes and posets - Edward Swartz (Cornell Univ.)

Solitary-Wave Solutions to Boussinesq Systems with Large Surface Tension - Min Chen (Purdue University)

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

Some local-global non-vanishing results for theta lifts from orthogonal groups, - Shuichiro Takeda (Purdue University)

Some Recent Advances On Spectral Methods For Unbounded Domains. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Special Lagrangian fibrations, wall-crossing, and mirror symmetry. - Auroux, Denis (MIT)

Specific roles of fluid properties in non-Boussinesq thermal convection at the Rayleigh number of 2×108 - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Specific roles of fluid properties in non-Boussinesq thermal convection at the Rayleigh number of 2×108 Europhys - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Spin glasses and Stein\'s method - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Stability properties and nonlinear mappings of two and three-layer stratified flows - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University)

Stability properties and nonlinear mappings of two and three-layer stratified flows - Esteban G. Tabak (New York University and CIMS)

Stabilization for mapping class groups of 3-manifolds - Allen Hatcher (Cornell Univ.)

Stable commutator length is rational in free groups - Danny Calegari (Caltech)

Stable recovery of sparse signals and an oracle inequality. - Lie Wang (MIT)

Stein\'s Method of Exchangeable Pairs with Application to the Curie-Weiss Model - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

Stratosphere-troposphere Coupling in a Relatively Simple AGCM: The Importance of Stratospheric Variability - Edwin Gerber (New York University)

Stratosphere-troposphere Coupling in a Relatively Simple AGCM: The Importance of Stratospheric Variability? - Edwin P. Gerber (New York University and CIMS)

Stratospheric Influence on the Tropospheric Circulation Revealed by Idealized Ensemble Forecasts - Edwin Gerber (New York University)

Stratospheric Influence on the Tropospheric Circulation Revealed by Idealized Ensemble Forecasts? - Edwin P. Gerber (New York University and CIMS)

Stretching convex domains and the hyperbolic metric, - Rodrigo Ba?uelos (Purdue University)

Stretching the boundaries in turbulent convection - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Stretching the boundaries in turbulent convection. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Strichartz Estimates for the Water-wave problem with Surface Tension - Hans Christianson (MIT)

Strong localization induced by one clamped point in thin plate vibrations - Svitlana Mayboroda (Purdue University)

Strongly self-absorbing C*-algebras which contain a nontrivial projection. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

Structured annotations for 2D-to-3D modeling - Denis Zorin (Courant Institute of Mathematical Sciences New York University)

Subcritical crack growth law and its consequences for lifetime statistics of quasibrittle structures - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Sum rules and spectral measures of Schr?dinger operators with L2 potentials - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Supporting Real-world Activities in Database Management Systems - Aref, W.G. (Purdue University)

Supporting Real-world Activities in Database Management Systems - Elmagarmid, A.K. (Purdue University)

Supporting Real-world Activities in Database Management Systems - Ouzzani, M. (Purdue University)

Supporting Real-world Activities in Database Management Systems - Silva, Y.N. (Purdue University)

Supporting Real-world Activities in Database Management Systems - Eltabakh, M.Y. (Purdue University)

Surface effect on domain wall width in ferroelectrics. - Jie Shen (Purdue University)

Surprises in aperiodic diffraction - Michael Baake (Universitat Bielefeld)

Survey: Leakage-Resilience and the Bounded Retrieval Model - Yevgeniy Dodis (New York University and CIMS)

Sybil-resilient online content voting - Jin Yang (New York University and CIMS)

Symplectic origami - Ana Cannas da Silva (Princeton University)

Systematic Metastable Atmospheric Regime Identification in an AGCM - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

Systematic Metastable Atmospheric Regime Identification in an AGCM, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

Szeg? coordinates, quadrature domains, and double quadrature domains, - Steven Bell (Purdue University)

Tether Force Constraints in Stokes Flow with the Immersed Boundary Method on a Periodic Domain - Joseph Teran (UCLA)

Tethered DNA Dynamics in Shear Flow - Aleksandar Donev (New York University and CIMS)

The Apoptotic Machinery As A Biological Complex System: Analysis Of Its Omics And Evolution, Identification Of Candidate Genes For Fourteen Major Types Of Cancer And Experimental Validation in CML And Neuroblastoma - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

The Apoptotic Machinery As A Biological Complex System: Analysis Of Its Omics And Evolution, Identification Of Candidate Genes For Fourteen Major Types Of Cancer And Experimental Validation in CML And Neuroblastoma - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

The atomic model theorem - Richard A. Shore (Cornell Univ.)

The behavior of solutions of multidimensional aggregation equations with mildly singular interaction kernels - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

The Construction of Solvable polynomials - Harold M. Edwards (New York University)

The Construction of Solvable Polynomials - Harold M. Edwards (New York University)

The decay of a quantized vortex ring and the influence of tracer particles - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

The decay of a quantized vortex ring and the influence of tracer particles. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

The elastochrone: the descent time of a sphere on a flexible beam - Bush, John (MIT)

The energy of heavy atoms according to Brown and Ravenhall: the Scott correction. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

The energy of heavy atoms according to Brown and Ravenhall: the Scott correction. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

The Euler class of planar groups - Danny Calegari (Caltech)

The Existence and Uniqueness of Weak Solutions for Precipitation Fronts: A Novel Hyperbolic Free Boundary Problem in Several Space Variables - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

The Existence and Uniqueness of Weak Solutions for Precipitation Fronts: A Novel Hyperbolic Free Boundary Problem in Several Space Variables - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

The fluid trampoline: droplets bouncing on a soap film - Bush, John (MIT)

The geometry of Markov traces - Ben Webster (MIT)

The Ghirlanda-Guerra identities without averaging - Sourav Chatterjee (University of California at Berkeley)

The heat kernel and its estimates - Laurent Saloff-Coste (Cornell Univ.)

The Hesse pencil of plane cubic curves - Igor Dolgachev (University of Michigan)

The Hydrodynamic Mobility of Chiral Colloidal Aggregates - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

The influence of surface tension gradients on drop coalescence - Bush, John (MIT)

The Jiang-Su algebra does not always embed. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

The Johnson homomorphism and its kernel - Andy Putman (MIT)

The K-theory of toric varieties. - Christian Haesemeyer (UCLA)

The Lefschetz property for barycentric subdivisions of shellable complexes - Eran Nevo (Cornell University)

The Lichtenbaum conjectures - Clark Barwick (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

The lonely vertex problem - D. Frettl?h ()

The Madden-Julian oscilltion and the multiscale hierarchy of organized convection - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

The Madden-Julian oscilltion and the multiscale hierarchy of organized convection, - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

The mathematics of Donald Gordon Higman - Robert Griess (University of Michigan)

The mechanics of slithering locomotion - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

The natural parametrization for the Schramm-Loewner evolution - Gregory F. Lawler (University of Chicago)

The Picard group of the moduli space of curves with level structures - Andy Putman (MIT)

The production and dissipation of compensated thermohaline variance by mesoscale stirring - K. Shafer Smith (New York University)

The production and dissipation of compensated thermohaline variance by mesoscale stirring - Shafer Smith (New York University and CIMS)

The Skeleton of Tropical Intraseasonal Oscillations - Andrew J. Majda (New York University and CIMS)

The Skeleton of Tropical Intraseasonal Oscillations PNAS - Andrew J. Majda (New York University)

The survival of large dimensional threshold contact processe - Roberto Schonmann (UCLA)

The Temporal Logic of Causal Structures - Bhubaneswar Mishra (New York University)

The Temporal Logic of Causal Structures, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

The translation principle - David Vogan (MIT)

The Weil proof and the geometry of the adeles class space - Matilde Marcolli (Caltech)

The wreath product of Z with Z has Hilbert compression exponent 2/3 - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

The wreath product of Z with Z has Hilbert compression exponent 2/3 - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Thermoacoustic tomography with variable sound speed - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

Thick triangulations of hyperbolic n-manifolds - William Breslin (University of Michigan)

Tight homomorphisms and Hermitian symmetric spaces - Anna Wienhard (Princeton University)

Timely identification of optimal control strategies for emerging infectious diseases, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Topological algebraic geometry - Clark Barwick (Massachusetts Institute of Technology)

Topology and shape optimization of induced-charge electro-osmotic micropumps M M Gregersen - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Total Integrals of global solutions to Painleve II - Jinho Baik (University of Michigan)

Towards an understanding of induced-charge electrokinetics at large applied voltages - Bazant, Martin (MIT)

Transition to Mixing and Oscillations in a Stokesian Viscoelastic Flow - Michael Shelley (New York University and CIMS)

Trees and Markov convexity - Assaf Naor (New York University and CIMS)

Trees and Markov convexity - Assaf Naor (New York University)

Triangle packings and 1-factors in oriented graphs - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Troublesome toxins: time to re-think plant-herbivore interactions in vertebrate ecology, - Zhilan Feng (Purdue University)

Turbulent convection with time-dependent forcing - K.R. Sreenivasan (New York University)

Turbulent convection with time-dependent forcing. - Katepalli R. Sreenivasan (New York University and CIMS)

Tutorial: Interactive Shape Modeling and Deformation - Olga Sorkine (New York University and CIMS)

Two remarks on the Burr-Erdos conjecture - Benjamin Sudakov (UCLA)

Two-Point Boundary Value Problems for Curves: The Case of Minimum Free Energy Paths - Robert D. Skeel (Purdue University)

Unblocking the Internet: Social networks foil censors - Jin Yang (New York University and CIMS)

Uniqueness and non-uniqueness in inverse radiative transfer, - Plamen D Stefanov (Purdue University)

Uniqueness in Discrete Tomography of Delone Sets with Long-Range Order - Christian Huck ()

Uniqueness of ground states for the L^2-critical boson star equation. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Uniqueness of smooth stationary black holes in vacuum: small perturbations of the Kerr spaces. (April 2009) - SERGIU KLAINERMAN (Princeton University)

Unramified cohomology of finite groups of Lie type - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Unramified cohomology of finite groups of Lie type, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Upcrossing inequalities for stationary sequences and applications to entropy and complexity - Mike Hochman (Princeton University)

Upper bounds on the coarsening rate of discrete, ill-posed, nonlinear diffusion equations. - Selim Esedoglu (University of Michigan)

Variance function estimation in multivariate nonparametric regression. - Lie Wang (MIT)

Viscous sheet retraction - Bush, John (MIT)

Water entry of small hydrophobic spheres - Bush, John (MIT)

Wavelet analogue of the Ginzburg-Landau energy and its Gamma-convergence - Andrea Bertozzi (UCLA)

Weak approximation for hypersurfaces of low degree - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University)

Weak approximation for hypersurfaces of low degree, - Yuri Tschinkel (New York University and CIMS)

Weak convergence of CD kernels and applications - BARRY SIMON (Caltech)

Weakly coupled bound states of Pauli operators. - Rupert L. Frank (Princeton University)

Weighted automata algorithms. - Mehryar Mohri (New York University and CIMS)

Wh3 - Gabai, David (Princeton University)

What is the Best Multi-Stage Architecture for Object Recognition? - Yann LeCun (New York University and CIMS)

What Makes Molecular Dynamics Work?, - Robert D. Skeel (Purdue University)

Where Biology Meets Computing, - Bud Mishra (New York University and CIMS)

Z-stability and infinite tensor powers of C *-algebras. - MARIUS DADARLAT (Purdue University)

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