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The Nagata automorphism is shifted linearizable
[OWP200809] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20080313)A polynomial automorphism $F$ is called shifted linearizable if there exists a linear map $L$ such that $LF$ is linearizable. We prove that the Nagata automorphism $N:= (XY\DeltaZ\Delta^2,Y+Z\Delta,Z)$ where $\Delta=XZ+Y^2$ ... 
Near critical density irregular sampling in bernstein spaces
[OWP201316] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20130723)We obtain sharp estimates for the sampling constants in Bernstein spaces when the density of the sampling set is near the critical value. 
A nested family of ktotal effective rewards for positional games
[OWP201521] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2015)We consider Gillette's twoperson zerosum stochastic games with perfect information. For each $k \in \mathbb{Z}_+$ we introduce an effective reward function, called $k$total. For $k = 0$ and $1$ this function is known ... 
1750  Network Models: Structure and Function
[OWR201757] (2017)  (10 Dec  16 Dec 2017)The focus of the meeting was on the mathematical analysis of complex networks, both on how networks emerge through microscopic interaction rules as well as on dynamic processes and optimization problems on networks, including ... 
A new counting function for the zeros of holomorphic curves
[OWP200925] (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 20090318)Let $f_1,..., f_p$ be entire functions that do not all vanish at any point, so that $(f_1,..., f_p)$ is a holomorphic curve in $\mathbb{CP}^{p1}$. We introduce a new and more careful notion of counting the order of the ... 
1608b  New Developments in Functional and Highly Multivariate Statistical Methodology
[OWR201612] (2016)  (21 Feb  27 Feb 2016)The central focus of the workshop was on recent developments in statistical techniques for highly multivariate data and functional data. The programme delivered talks on stateoftheart research in the area, with a number ... 
1940  New Developments in Representation Theory of padic Groups
[OWR201944] (2019)The representation theory of $p$adic groups has played an important role in the Langlands program. It has seen significant progress in the past two decades, including various instances of the local Langlands correspondences, ... 
1120b  New Directions in Algebraic KTheory
[OWR201127] (2011)  (15 May  21 May 2011)This meeting brought together algebraic geometers, algebraic topologists and geometric topologists, all of whom use algebraic Ktheory. The talks and discussions involved all the participants. 
2312  New Directions in Real Algebraic Geometry
[OWR202315] (2023)  (19 Mar  24 Mar 2023)This workshop explored the forefront of connections of real algebraic geometry with convex analysis, combinatorics, and computational complexity. Important aspects have been promising interactions with the fields of quantum ... 
2050a  New Directions in Rough Path Theory (online meeting)
[OWR202040] (2020)  (06 Dec  12 Dec 2020)Rough path theory emerged as novel approach for dealing with interactions in complex random systems. It settled significant questions and provided an effective deterministic alternative to Itô calculus, itself a major ... 
1005  New Directions in Simulation, Control and Analysis for Interfaces and Free Boundaries
[OWR20107] (2010)  (31 Jan  06 Feb 2010)The field of mathematical and numerical analysis of systems of nonlinear partial differential equations involving interfaces and free boundaries is a flourishing area of research. Many such systems arise from mathematical ... 
1834  New Directions in Stochastic Optimisation
[OWR201838] (2018)  (19 Aug  25 Aug 2018)Recent work in stochastic programming draws on interaction with Algebraic and Combinatorial Models, Numerical Analysis of PDEs, Risk Analysis, Mathematical Equilibrium, Minimax, and Stochastic Games. For the first time ... 
1503  New Discretization Methods for the Numerical Approximation of PDEs
[OWR20152] (2015)  (11 Jan  17 Jan 2015)The construction and mathematical analysis of numerical methods for PDEs is a fundamental area of modern applied mathematics. Among the various techniques that have been proposed in the past, some – in particular, finite ... 
2309b  New Horizons in Motions in Random Media
[OWR202310] (2023)  (26 Feb  04 Mar 2023)The general topic of the miniworkshop "New Horizons in Motions in Random Media" was the study of random walks in random environments, both in their own right and in relation to stochastic homogenization and to models in ... 
1437  New Horizons in Statistical Decision Theory
[OWR201441] (2014)  (07 Sep  13 Sep 2014)The classical metric theory of statistical models (experiments) has recently been extended towards an asymptotic equivalence paradigm, allowing to classify and relate problems which are essentially infinite dimensional and ... 
0447  New Inference Concepts for Analysing Complex Data
[OWR200452] (2004)  (14 Nov  20 Nov 2004)The main purpose of this workshop was to assemble international leaders from statistics and machine learning to identify important research problems, to crossfertilize between the disciplines, and to ultimately start ... 
2211b  New Mathematical Techniques in Information Theory
[OWR202214] (2022)  (13 Mar  19 Mar 2022)Information theory is the richer for a surge of recent advances in relevant mathematical techniques. The workshop fostered an exchange of ideas on new mathematical tools which are typically outside the classical toolbox ... 
2006b  New Perspectives and Computational Challenges in High Dimensions
[OWR20206] (2020)  (02 Feb  08 Feb 2020)Highdimensional systems are frequent in mathematics and applied sciences, and the understanding of highdimensional phenomena has become increasingly important. The mathematical subdisciplines most strongly related to ... 
0843a  New Perspectives in Stochastic Geometry
[OWR200847] (2008)  (19 Oct  25 Oct 2008) 
1526  New Perspectives on the Interplay between Discrete Groups in LowDimensional Topology and Arithmetic Lattices
[OWR201530] (2015)  (21 Jun  27 Jun 2015)This workshop brought together specialists in areas ranging from arithmetic groups to topological quantum field theory, with common interest in arithmetic aspects of discrete groups arising from topology. The meeting showed ...