# sci.math.research

**Paper published by Algebraic and Geometric Topology**,*Geometry and Topology Journal***morphism of principal fiber bundles**,*principalbundles***This Week's Finds in Mathematical Physics (Week 216)**,*John Baez***Quantum Gravity Seminar - Fall 2004, Week 8**,*John Baez***Non positive semidefinite?**,*ss54***Partial sum with at most real root-[Sylvester]**,*alexandru . lupas***Line geometry/complex**,*Jean-Pierre Merlet***Re: Line geometry/complex**,*Christopher J. Henrich***Re: Line geometry/complex**,*Jean-Pierre Merlet***Re: Line geometry/complex**,*Christopher J. Henrich*

**A polynomial**,*qcheng@xxxxxxxxx***Two papers published by Algebraic and Geometric Topology Publications**,*Geometry and Topology Journal***Reflection principle**,*anne***Re: Reflection principle**,*Dr. Stefan Reitz*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Reflection principle**,*mathman*

**Fractals: Holder/Lipschitz <=> Hurst exponents ?**,*John Sasso***Lie structure induced by short exact sequence**,*Oliver Goertsches***Re: Lie structure induced by short exact sequence**,*Torsten Ekedahl***Re: Lie structure induced by short exact sequence**,*Daniel Asimov***Re: Lie structure induced by short exact sequence**,*Oliver Goertsches*

**Two papers published by Geometry and Topology Publications**,*Geometry and Topology Journal***A question on Manifolds**,*Toshi***Re: A question on Manifolds**,*David L. Johnson*

**Re: Polynomials with positive roots and subresultants**,*Fernando Revilla***How can an isometry be surjective?**,*Yo Wang***Re: How can an isometry be surjective?**,*Andrew D. Hwang*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: How can an isometry be surjective?**,*Ali Taghavi*

**New version (10.4) of mathematical visualization Software, 3D-XplorMath**,*dick***Ramanujan's Continued Fractions and Platonic Solids**,*Maarten Bergvelt*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Ramanujan's Continued Fractions and Platonic Solids**,*titus_piezas*

**Structure of the "hinge angles"**,*Bertrand Nouvel***This week in the mathematics arXiv (16 May - 20 May)**,*Greg Kuperberg***Open but not universally open?**,*Ilya Zakharevich***Re: Open but not universally open?**,*Jannick Asmus***Re: Open but not universally open?**,*Ilya Zakharevich***Re: Open but not universally open?**,*Ilya Zakharevich*

**oscillatory solutions of difference equations**,*Kim***This week in the mathematics arXiv (9 May - 13 May)**,*Greg Kuperberg***Paper published by Geometry and Topology**,*Geometry and Topology Journal*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Paper published by Geometry and Topology**,*Geometry and Topology Journal***Paper published by Geometry and Topology**,*Geometry and Topology Journal*

**Re: Ring of Polynomials on a Manifold**,*Ali Taghavi***" How to reduce equation g(n(x,y), m(x,y) ) = h(g(x,y)) g unknown. "**,*alain verghote***quotient of S^3 by binary tetrahedral group**,*mwatkins***Re: quotient of S^3 by binary tetrahedral group**,*Robin Chapman*

**What kind of problem is this?**,*Arash Partow***Re: What kind of problem is this?**,*Richard M. Woodward***Re: What kind of problem is this?**,*Arash Partow***Re: What kind of problem is this?**,*Tim Boykett*

**Elliptic function as hyperbolic function series - reference**,*cgi-bin***Limited breakdown of Riemann hypothesis**,*riskbert2***Riemann and prime number theorem for special sets**,*riskbert2***Re: Riemann and prime number theorem for special sets**,*Gerry Myerson*

**Normalizer of the Group of isometries**,*Ali Taghavi***Re: Normalizer of the Group of isometries**,*David C. Ullrich*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Normalizer of the Group of isometries**,*Ali Taghavi***Re: Normalizer of the Group of isometries**,*David C. Ullrich*

**representing a surface in R^5**,*michael friedman***Re: representing a surface in R^5**,*Lee Rudolph***Re: representing a surface in R^5**,*Keith Ramsay*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: representing a surface in R^5**,*michael friedman***Re: representing a surface in R^5**,*michael friedman***Re: representing a surface in R^5**,*Lee Rudolph*

**Re: representing a surface in R^5**,*michael friedman***Re: representing a surface in R^5**,*michael friedman***Re: representing a surface in R^5**,*michael friedman*

**New formulation for an old problem**,*Han de Bruijn***On left Max rings**,*freedom641@xxxxxxxxx***Connected Metric Space**,*Ali Taghavi***Re: Connected Metric Space**,*Robert E. Beaudoin*

**An extension of Young's Inequality**,*Yi Fan***Re: An extension of Young's Inequality**,*Dave Elliott*

**This week in the mathematics arXiv (2 May - 6 May)**,*Greg Kuperberg***Statistical analysis of share- like components behavior**,*Fredrik***A Question On Complet Space**,*Ali Taghavi*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: A Question On Complet Space**,*Valeriu Anisiu*

**Music and Category theory?**,*kidane . yemane***Re: Music and Category theory?**,*manuel***Re: Music and Category theory?**,*Marc Olschok***Re: Music and Category theory?**,*analytic*

**Re: Music and Category theory?**,*analytic*

**Deviations in the number of points on curves mod p**,*harald . helfgott***Re: parallel transport**,*Patrick Iglesias-Zemmour***Re: McDowell-Mansouri gravity**,*Baugh***Maximal order subgroups of Z(m;*) with m=2^n and n>3.**,*Rafael Valls Hidalgo-Gato***Re: Maximal order subgroups of Z(m;*) with m=2^n and n>3.**,*Arturo Magidin***Re: Maximal order subgroups of Z(m;*) with m=2^n and n>3.**,*Rafael Valls Hidalgo-Gato*

**Re: Maximal order subgroups of Z(m;*) with m=2^n and n>3.**,*Keith Ramsay***Re: Maximal order subgroups of Z(m;*) with m=2^n and n>3.**,*Rafael Valls Hidalgo-Gato***Re: Maximal order subgroups of Z(m;*) with m=2^n and n>3.**,*Rafael Valls Hidalgo-Gato*

**Eigenvalues of matrices in SL(n, Z)**,*gowan4@xxxxxxxxxxx***Re: Eigenvalues of matrices in SL(n, Z)**,*Robin Chapman***Re: Eigenvalues of matrices in SL(n, Z)**,*gowan4@xxxxxxxxxxx*

**This week in the mathematics arXiv (25 Apr - 29 Apr)**,*Greg Kuperberg***This Week's Finds in Mathematical Physics (Week 215)**,*John Baez***(Help)! Banach-Alaoglu theorem**,*gilevgi***Re: (Help)! Banach-Alaoglu theorem**,*David C. Ullrich*

**non-Schauder bases**,*Florian Albers***Re: Lindeberg's Condition**,*oercim***" Cyclic Mobius Transform and roots of unity "**,*alain verghote***Re: " Cyclic Mobius Transform and roots of unity "**,*Robin Chapman*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: " Cyclic Mobius Transform and roots of unity "**,*alain verghote***Re: " Cyclic Mobius Transform and roots of unity "**,*Robin Chapman*

**Quantum Gravity Seminar - Fall 2004, Week 7**,*John Baez****Modern* algebraic geometry reference needed**,*David Roberts***Re: *Modern* algebraic geometry reference needed**,*José Carlos Santos***Re: *Modern* algebraic geometry reference needed**,*Paul Vojta*

**Banach * Algebra**,*singhal.sandhya@xxxxxxxxx***Re: Banach * Algebra**,*Robert Israel***Re: Banach * Algebra**,*Zdislav V. Kovarik*

**Re: Polynomial values free of prime divisors in prescribed congruence class**,*Don Coppersmith***Announcement:: Data Ecologies 05**,*Tim Boykett***Final CFP COMPLIFE 2005**,*allan tucker***Estimation of graph size by sampling?**,*William Bland***Polynomial values free of prime divisors in prescribed congruence classes**,*Paul Pollack*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: Polynomial values free of prime divisors in prescribed congruence classes**,*Don Coppersmith*

**Re: Quaternion logarithm and Riemann surfaces**,*Daniel Alayon Solarz***Re: hypergeometric function inequality**,*alexandru . lupas***Appell Polynomials**,*Alex.Lupas***Re: Appell Polynomials**,*alexandru . lupas*

**Quantum Gravity Seminar - Fall 2004, Week 6**,*John Baez***Re: finite divisibility in probability**,*Herman Rubin*- <Possible follow-ups>
**Re: finite divisibility in probability**,*Michael J Hardy***Re: finite divisibility in probability**,*Herman Rubin*

**Re: Diffeomorphisms of Lie groups**,*David Roberts***Re: Diffeomorphisms of Lie groups**,*Daniel Asimov*

**metrizable + zero-dimensional implies ultrametrizable ?**,*agelos***Re: metrizable + zero-dimensional implies ultrametrizable ?**,*K. P. Hart***Re: metrizable + zero-dimensional implies ultrametrizable ?**,*Angelos Georgakopoulos***Re: metrizable + zero-dimensional implies ultrametrizable ?**,*Henno Brandsma*