This book deals first with Haar bases, Faber bases and Faber frames for weighted function spaces on the real line and the plane. It extends results in the author's book, "Bases in Function Spaces, Sampling, Discrepancy, Numerical Integration" (EMS, 2010), from unweighted spaces (preferably in cubes) to weighted spaces. The obtained assertions are used to study sampling and numerical integration in weighted spaces on the real line and...

In this paper the authors introduce the notion of a geometric associative $r$-matrix attached to a genus one fibration with a section and irreducible fibres. It allows them to study degenerations of solutions of the classical Yang-Baxter equation using the approach of Polishchuk. They also calculate certain solutions of the classical, quantum and associative Yang-Baxter equations obtained from moduli spaces of (semi-)stable vector bu...

The authors define a Banach space $\mathcal{M}_{1}$ of models for fermions or quantum spins in the lattice with long range interactions and make explicit the structure of (generalised) equilibrium states for any $\mathfrak{m}\in \mathcal{M}_{1}$. In particular, the authors give a first answer to an old open problem in mathematical physics--first addressed by Ginibre in 1968 within a different context - about the validity of the so-ca...

The author classifies all the symmetric integer bilinear forms of signature $(2,1)$ whose isometry groups are generated up to finite index by reflections. There are 8,595 of them up to scale, whose 374 distinct Weyl groups fall into 39 commensurability classes. This extends Nikulin's enumeration of the strongly square-free cases. The author's technique is an analysis of the shape of the Weyl chamber, followed by computer work using V...

For $M$ a closed manifold or the Euclidean space $\mathbb{R}^n$, the authors present a detailed proof of regularity properties of the composition of $H^s$-regular diffeomorphisms of $M$ for $s > \frac{1}{2}\dim M 1$.

Seifert fiberings extend the notion of fiber bundle mappings by allowing some of the fibers to be singular. Away from the singular fibers, the fibering is an ordinary bundle with fiber a fixed homogeneous space. The singular fibers are quotients of this homogeneous space by distinguished groups of homeomorphisms. These fiberings are ubiquitous and important in mathematics. This book describes in a unified way their structure, how the...

The authors study the Cauchy problem for the sine-Gordon equation in the semiclassical limit with pure-impulse initial data of sufficient strength to generate both high-frequency rotational motion near the peak of the impulse profile and also high-frequency librational motion in the tails. They show that for small times independent of the semiclassical scaling parameter, both types of motion are accurately described by explicit formu...

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The authors give a detailed description of the torsors that correspond to multiloop algebras. These algebras are twisted forms of simple Lie algebras extended over Laurent polynomial rings. They play a crucial role in the construction of Extended Affine Lie Algebras (which are higher nullity analogues of the affine Kac-Moody Lie algebras). The torsor approach that the authors take draws heavily from the theory of reductive group sche...

The Ricci flow is a powerful technique that integrates geometry, topology, and analysis. Intuitively, the idea is to set up a PDE that evolves a metric according to its Ricci curvature. The resulting equation has much in common with the heat equation, which tends to "flow" a given function to ever nicer functions. By analogy, the Ricci flow evolves an initial metric into improved metrics. Richard Hamilton began the systematic use of ...