Selected Titles in This Series
18 Hiraku Nakajima, Lectures on Hilbert schemes of points on surfaces, 1999
17 Marcel Berger, Riemannian geometry during the second half of the twentieth century,
16 Harish-Chandra, Admissible invariant distributions on reductive p-adic groups (with
notes by Stephen DeBacker and Paul J. Sally, Jr.), 1999
15 Andrew Mathas, Iwahori-Hecke algebras and Schur algebras of the symmetric group, 1999
14 Lars Kadison, New examples of Frobenius extensions, 1999
13 Yakov M. Eliashberg and William P. Thurston, Confoliations, 1998
12 I. G. Macdonald, Symmetric functions and orthogonal polynomials, 1998
11 Lars arding, Some points of analysis and their history, 1997
10 Victor Kac, Vertex algebras for beginners, Second Edition, 1998
9 Stephen Gelbart, Lectures on the Arthur-Selberg trace formula, 1996
8 Bernd Sturmfels, Gr¨ obner bases and convex polytopes, 1996
7 Andy R. Magid, Lectures on differential Galois theory, 1994
6 Dusa McDuff and Dietmar Salamon, J-holomorphic curves and quantum cohomology,
5 V. I. Arnold, Topological invariants of plane curves and caustics, 1994
4 David M. Goldschmidt, Group characters, symmetric functions, and the Hecke algebra,
3 A. N. Varchenko and P. I. Etingof, Why the boundary of a round drop becomes a
curve of order four, 1992
2 Fritz John, Nonlinear wave equations, formation of singularities, 1990
1 Michael H. Freedman and Feng Luo, Selected applications of geometry to
low-dimensional topology, 1989
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