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Selected works from the 2017 Mathematical Art Exhibition
AMS Notices: May 2017
Pushing Limits by Ted Hill - now available at the AMS Bookstore
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Pushing Limits: From West Point to Berkeley & BeyondPushing Limits: From West Point to Berkeley & Beyond
Ted Hill
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Pushing Limits: From West Point to Berkeley & BeyondPushing Limits: From West Point to Berkeley & Beyond
Ted Hill
Experience one mathematician's unique journey.

Pushing Limits: From West Point to Berkeley & BeyondPushing Limits: From West Point to Berkeley & Beyond
Ted Hill
Experience one mathematician's unique journey.

Bulletin of the AMS

Bulletin of the AMS High dimensionality and h-principle in PDE
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High dimensionality and h-principle in PDE
In this note we present ``an analyst's point of view'' on the Nash-Kuiper Theorem and, in particular, highlight the very close connection to turbulence--a paradigm example of a high-dimensional phenomenon. Our aim is to explain recent applications of Nash's ideas in connection with the incompressible Euler equations and Onsager's famous conjecture on the energy dissipation in 3D turbulence.


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