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by Robert Clark Penner,Nils Tongring

Free eBook Woods Hole Mathematics: Perspectives In Mathematics And Physics (Series on Knots and Everything) download ISBN: 9812560211
Author: Robert Clark Penner,Nils Tongring
Publisher: World Scientific Pub Co Inc (December 13, 2004)
Language: English
Pages: 360
Category: Math Science
Subcategory: Mathematics
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Nils Tongring, R. C. Penner. These eight papers have been presented by mathematicians and physicists addressing special meetings at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution starting in 1998.

Nils Tongring, R. The papers describe contemporary mathematics and physics, but they also describes such topics of interest to oceanography as the secondary structure of proteins and an overview of arc complexes with proposed applications to macromolecular folding. Topics include quantizing Teichmuller spaces using graphs, indices and relative indices on contact and CR- manifolds, and biologic.

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Cite this chapter as: Tongring . 2017) Introduction to Woods Hole Mathematics: Perspectives in Mathematics and Physics. In: Tu L. (eds) Raoul Bott: Collected Papers. Contemporary Mathematicians.

The central theme of this volume is the contemporary mathematics of geometry and physics, but the work also discusses the problem of the secondary structure of proteins, and an overview of arc complexes with proposed applications to macromolecular folding is given. Woods Hole has played such a vital role in both my mathematical and personal life that it is a great pleasure to. see the mathematical tradition of the 1964 meeting resurrected forty years later and, as this volume shows, resurrected with new vigor and hopefully on a regular basis.

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The papers describe contemporary mathematics and physics, but they also describes such topics of interest to oceanography as the secondary structure of proteins and an overview of arc complexes with proposed applications to macromolecular folding. Series: Series on Knots and Everything 34. File: PDF, 1. 1 MB. Читать онлайн. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

Woods Hole has played such a vital role in both my mathematical and personal life that it is a great pleasure to see the mathematical tradition of the 1964 meeting resurrected forty years later and, as this volume shows, resurrected with new vigor and one hopes on a regular basis. I therefore consider it a signal honor to have been asked to introduce this volume with a few reminiscences of that meeting forty years ago.

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The central theme of this volume is the contemporary mathematics of geometry and physics, but the work also discusses the problem of the secondary structure of proteins, and an overview of arc complexes with proposed applications to macromolecular folding is given.”Woods Hole has played such a vital role in both my mathematical and personal life that it is a great pleasure to see the mathematical tradition of the 1964 meeting resurrected forty years later and, as this volume shows, resurrected with new vigor and hopefully on a regular basis. I therefore consider it a signal honor to have been asked to introduce this volume with a few reminiscences of that meeting forty years ago.” Introduction by R Bott (Wolf Prize Winner, 2000).