Now showing items 1867-1886 of 1985

    • There is a unique real tight contact 3-ball 

      [OWP-2010-01] Öztürk, Ferit; Salepci, Nermin (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2010)
      We prove that there is a unique real tight contact structure on the 3-ball with convex boundary up to isotopy through real tight contact structures. We also give a partial classification of the real tight solid tori with ...
    • 0251 - Thermodynamische Materialtheorien 

      [TB-2002-56] (2002) - (15 Dec - 21 Dec 2002)
    • 0451 - Thermodynamische Materialtheorien 

      [OWR-2004-55] (2004) - (12 Dec - 18 Dec 2004)
      The meeting was focused on research in the broad field of thermodynamic constitutive theories. It provided a contact between physicists, engineers and mathematicians, whose talks led to lively and interesting discussions. ...
    • 0051 - Thermodynamische Materialtheorien 

      [TB-2000-48] (2000) - (17 Dec - 23 Dec 2000)
    • Tilting on non-commutative rational projective curves 

      [OWP-2009-14] Burban, Igor; Drozd, Jurij A. (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2009-03-08)
      In this article we introduce a new class of non-commutative projective curves and show that in certain cases the derived category of coherent sheaves on them has a tilting complex. In particular, we prove that the right ...
    • Time and band limiting for matrix valued functions, an example 

      [OWP-2015-08] Grünbaum, F. A.; Pacharoni, I.; Zurrián, Ignacio Nahuel (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2015-07-29)
      The main purpose of this paper is to extend to a situation involving matrix valued orthogonal polynomials and spherical functions, a result that traces its origin and its importance to work of Claude Shannon in laying the ...
    • Time Discretization Schemes for Hyperbolic Systems on Networks by ε-Expansion 

      [OWP-2019-03] Altmann, Robert; Zimmer, Christoph (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2019-02-12)
      We consider partial differential equations on networks with a small parameter $\epsilon$, which are hyperbolic for $\epsilon>0$ and parabolic for $\epsilon=0$. With a combination of an $\epsilon$-expansion and Runge-Kutta ...
    • 2318 - Tomographic Inverse Problems: Mathematical Challenges and Novel Applications 

      [OWR-2023-21] (2023) - (30 Apr - 05 May 2023)
      This workshop brought together researchers working on mathematical problems related to tomography, with a particular emphasis on novel applications and associated mathematical challenges. Examples of respective issues ...
    • 1905 - Tomographic Inverse Problems: Theory and Applications 

      [OWR-2019-4] (2019) - (27 Jan - 02 Feb 2019)
      This was the tenth Oberwolfach conference on the mathematics of tomography. The field rests on the interplay between the theoretical and applied; practical questions lead to new mathematics and pure mathematics motivates ...
    • 0025 - Topics in Classical Algebraic Geometry 

      [TB-2000-25] (2000) - (18 Jun - 24 Jun 2000)
    • Topics in control theory 

      [OWS-22] Knobloch, Hans W.; Isidori, Alberto; Dietrich, Flockerzi (Birkhäuser Basel, 1993)
      One of the key concerns in modern control theory is the design of steering strategies. The implementation of such strategies is done by a regulator. Presented here is a self-contained introduction to the mathematical ...
    • Topics in the geometry of projective space : recent work of F. L. Zak 

      [OWS-04] Lazarsfeld, Robert; Ven, Alphons A. F. van de (Birkhäuser Basel, 1984)
      The main topics discussed at the D. M. V. Seminar were the connectedness theorems of Fulton and Hansen, linear normality and subvarieties of small codimension in projective spaces. They are closely related; thus the ...
    • Topological and Bivariant K-theory 

      [OWS-36] Cuntz, Joachim; Meyer, Ralf; Rosenberg, Jonathan M. (Birkhäuser Basel, 2007)
      Topological K-theory is one of the most important invariants for noncommutative algebras equipped with a suitable topology or bornology. Bott periodicity, homotopy invariance, and various long exact sequences distinguish ...
    • 0315 - Topological and Geometric Combinatorics 

      [TB-2003-16] (2003) - (06 Apr - 12 Apr 2003)
    • 1106 - Topological and Geometric Combinatorics 

      [OWR-2011-8] (2011) - (06 Feb - 12 Feb 2011)
      The 2011 Oberwolfach meeting “Topological and Geometric Combinatorics” was organized by Anders Björner (Stockholm), Gil Kalai (Jerusalem), Isabella Novik (Seattle), and Günter M. Ziegler (Berlin). It covered a wide variety ...
    • 0617 - Topological and Geometric Methods in Group Theory 

      [OWR-2006-19] (2006) - (23 Apr - 29 Apr 2006)
      The focus of this meeting was the use of topological and geometric methods to study infinite discrete groups. These methods are increasingly being supplemented by powerful new techniques from analysis. Key topics included ...
    • 2037a - Topological and Smooth Dynamics on Surfaces (individual research only) 

      [OWR-2020-27] (2020) - (06 Sep - 12 Sep 2020)
      Because of the pandemia, the workshop on "Topological and Smooth Dynamics on Surfaces" could not be realized in the usual format or in the new hybrid format. Instead, a subgroup of 3 participants used the week mostly ...
    • 0526 - Topological and Variational Methods for Differential Equations 

      [OWR-2005-29] (2005) - (26 Jun - 02 Jul 2005)
      These notes contain the extended abstracts of the talks presented at the workshop. The range of topics includes nonlinear Schrödinger equations, singularly perturbed equations, symmetry and nodal properties of solutions, ...
    • 0921 - Topological and Variational Methods for Partial Differential Equations 

      [OWR-2009-26] (2009) - (17 May - 23 May 2009)
      In recent years, there has been a major impact of topological and variational methods on the study of nonlinear elliptic and parabolic partial differential equations. In particular, surprising results for classical open ...
    • Topological Complexity, Robotics and Social Choice 

      [SNAP-2018-005-EN] Carrasquel, José; Lupton, Gregory; Oprea, John (Mathematisches Forschungsinstitut Oberwolfach, 2018-08-10)
      Topological complexity is a number that measures how hard it is to plan motions (for robots, say) in terms of a particular space associated to the kind of motion to be planned. This is a burgeoning subject within the ...