Gabor analysis seeks to develop (discrete) joint time/space-frequency representations of functions (distributions, or signals) initially defined only in time or frequency. Kasso A. Okoudjou gives an overview of some interesting open problems in Gabor analysis that are in need of solutions.
This is the story of what happened after Colorado's Amendment 2 passed and how our professional societies responded by moving the 1995 JMM from Denver to San Francisco, ultimately leading to the creation of Spectra, an organization for LGBT mathematicians and their allies.
Roughly speaking, a thin group is an infinite-index subgroup of an arithmetic group which lives in the same algebraic group. More recently, thin groups have become a hot topic thanks to the explosion of activity in Super Approximation.
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Math Societies to Lawmakers: Help Us Make the Master Key
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Has Carmichaelĺs Totient Conjecture Been Proven? No, No, it has not.
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