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 [Tokyo] : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2019] [Tokyo] : Distributed by Mathematical Society of Japan
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 Book — 419 pages ; 24 cm
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 Remarks on the MizohataTakeuchi conjecture and related problems / Neal Bez and Mitsuru Sugimoto
 Asymptotics for the Schrödinger equation with a repulsive delta potential and a longrange dissipative nonlinearity / Masahiro Ikeda
 The sharp lower bound of the lifespan of solutions to semilinear wave equations with low powers in two space dimensions / Takuto Imai, Masakazu Kato, Hiroyuki Takamura and Kyouhei Wakasa
 Remarks on the asymptotic behavior of global solutions to systems of semilinear wave equations / Soichiro Katayama
 Instability of standing waves for a system of nonlinear Schrödinger equations in a degenerate case / Shotaro Kawahara and Masahito Ohta
 Energy structure and asymptotic profile of the linearized system of thermoelastic equation in lower space dimensions / Yuki Kimura and Takayoshi Ogawa
 Decay estimate and asymptotic behavior of small solutions to Schrödinger equations with subcritical dissipative nonlinearity / Naoyasu Kita and Yoshihisa Nakamura
 Modification of the vectorfield method related to quadratically perturbed wave equations in two space dimensions / Hideo Kubo
 Remarks on derivative nonlinear Schrödinger systems with multiple masses / Chunhua Li and Hideaki Sunagawa
 Properties of solutions to the CamassaHolm equation on the line in a class containing the peakons / Felipe Linares, Gustavo Ponce and Thomas C Sideris
 Remarks on the Hardy type inequalities with remainder terms in the framework of equalities / Shuji Machihara, Tohru Ozawa and Hidemitsu Wadade
 On the scattering problem of masssubcritical Hartree equation / Satoshi Masaki
 Global solutions for nonlinear Schrödinger equations in De Sitter spacetime / Makoto Nakamura
 On the factorization technique for the dispersive nonlinear equations / Pavel I Naumkin
 Remark on the scattering operator for the quintic nonlinear Dirac equation in one space dimension / Hironobu Sasaki
 Blowup for a complex GinzburgLandau equation focusing on the parabolicity / Takuya Tomidokoro and Tomomi Yokota
 Kato Type smoothing estimates for magnetic Schrödinger equations with rough potentials / Takeshi Wada
 Second order asymptotic expansion for wave equations with timedependent dissipation in onespace dimension / Yuta Wakasugi
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2. The 50th anniversary of Gröbner bases [2018]
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2018]
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 Book — 436 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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 Gröbner bases for everyone with CoCoA5 and CoCoALib / John Abbott and Anna Maria Bigatti
 Gröbner bases computation by triangularizing Macaulay matrices / Bruno Buchberger
 Algebraic problems in structural equation modeling / Mathias Drton
 BM algorithms for noisy data and implicit regression modelling / Claudia Fassino, Hans Michael Möller and Eva Riccomagno
 The multiple roots phenomenon in maximum likelihood estimation for factor analysis / Elizabeth Gross, Sonja Petrović, Donald Richards and Despina Stasi
 A necessary condition for an edge ring to satisfy Serre's condition (S₂) / Akihiro Higashitani and Kyouko Kimura
 Equivariant Gröbner Bases / Christopher J Hillar, Robert Krone and Anton Leykin
 Semigroups  a computational approach / Florian Kohl, Yanxi Li, Johannes Rauh and Ruriko Yoshida
 Algebraic tools for the analysis of state space models / Nicolette Meshkat, Zvi Rosen and Seth Sullivant
 Selected topics on toric varieties / Mateusz Michałek
 Algorithms for Dmodules, integration, and generalized functions with applications to statistics / Toshinori Oaku
 Localization, local cohomology, and the bfunction of a Dmodule with respect to a polynomial / Toshinori Oaku
 A characterization of Gorenstein planar graphs / Tran Nam Trung
 Differential relations for the largest root distribution of complex noncentral Wishart matrices / Raimundas Vidunas and Akimichi Takemura.
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 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2017]
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 Book — 474 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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 Log Kodaira dimension of homogenous varieties / Michel Brion and DeQi Zhang
 Rational polynomials of simple type: a combinatorial proof / Pierrette CassouNoguès and Daniel Daigle
 Locally nilpotent derviations of rings graded by an abelian group / Daniel Daigle, Gene Freudenberg and Lucy MoserJauslin
 Explicit biregular/ birational geometry of affine threefolds: completions of A³ into del Pezzo fibrations and Mori conic bundles / Adrien Dubouloz and Takashi Kishimoto
 Notes on the weak positivity theorems / Osamu Fujino
 Unipotent group actions on projective varieties / Rajendra V. Gurjar, Kayo Masuda, and Masayoshi Miyanishi
 Cusp singularities and quasipolyhedral sets / Masanori Ishida
 One more proof of the AbhyankarMohSuzuki theorem / Shulim Kaliman
 Irrational open surfaces of nonnegative logarithmic Kodaira dimension / Hideo Kojima
 On automorphism groups of affine surfaces / Sergei Kovalenko, Alexander Perepechko and Mikhail Zaidenberg
 A variant of Shokurov's criterion of toric surface / Noboru Nakayama
 QFano threefolds with three birational Mori structures / Takuzo Okada
 Bass' triangulability problem / Vladimir L. Popov
 New examples of cylindrical Fano fourfolds / Yuri Prokhorov and Mikhail Zaidenberg
 Amalgamations and automorphism groups / David Wright.
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 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2017]
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 Book — 451 pages : illustrations, color portraits ; 24 cm.
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 On deformations and rigidity of the GodbillonVey class / Taro Asuke
 Brownian motion on foliated complex surfaces, Lyapunov exponents and applications / Bertrand Deroin
 A paradigm for codimension one foliations / Bertrand Deroin, Dmitry Filimonov, Victor Kleptyn, and Andrés Navas
 Lipschitz matchbox manifolds / Steven Hurder
 Quantum representations of braid groups and holonomy Lie algebras / Toshitake Kohno
 Circle diffeomorphisms, rigidity of symmetric conjugation, and affine foliation of the universal Teichmüller space / Katsuhiko Matsuzaki
 Thurston's hprinciple for 2dimensional foliations of codimension greater than one / Yoshihiko Mitsumatsu and Elmar Vogt
 On Thurston's construction of a surjective homomorphism H2n+1(Bſn, Z) → R / Tadayoshi Mizutani
 A few open problems on characteristic classes of foliations / Shigeyuki Morita
 Several problems on groups of diffeomorphisms / Takashi Tsuboi
 Harmonic measures and unique ergodicity of foliations / Pawel G. Walczak
 On a global estimate of the DiederichFornaess index of Leviflat real hypersurfaces / Masanori Adachi
 Rigidity of certain solvable actions on the torus / Masayuki Asaoka
 Asymptotic properties of MMMclasses / Jonathan Bowden
 Cones of foliations almost without holonomy / John Cantwell and Lawrence Conlon
 GodbillonVey invariants for maximal isotropic C2 foliations / Patrick Foulon and Boris Hasselblatt
 Genus one Birkhoff sections for the geodesic flows of hyperbolic 2orbifolds / Norikazu Hashiguchi and Hiroyuki Minakawa
 Homomorphisms on groups of volumepreserving diffeomorphisms via fundamental groups / Tomohiko Ishida
 Foliations of S3 by cyclides / Remi Langevin and JeanClaude Sifre
 Rotation number and lifts of a Fuchsian action of the modular group on a circle / Yoshifumi Matsuda
 Actions of groups of diffeomorphisms on onemanifolds by C1 diffeomorphism / Shigenori Matsumoto.
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 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2017]
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 Book — 280 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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 Homological stability of Aut(F[subscript n]) revisited / Mladen Bestvina
 Oneended subgroups of mapping class groups / Brian H. Bowditch
 On the recognition problem for virtually special cube complexes / Martin R. Bridson and Henry Wilton
 Geometric inflexibility of hyperbolic conemanifolds / Jeffrey Brock and Kenneth Bromberg
 Dipoles and pixie dust / Danny Calegari
 A classification of radial or totally geodesic ends of real projective orbifolds I: a survey of results / Suhyoung Choi
 On suspensions, and conjugacy of a few more automorphisms of free groups / François Dahmani
 Abelian splittings of rightangled Artin groups / Daniel Groves and Michael Hull
 Splitting in orbit equivalence, treeable groups, and the Haagerup property / Yoshikata Kida
 RAAGs in Diffeos / Sanghyun Kim and Thomas Koberda
 On hyperbolic analogues of some classical theorems in spherical geometry / Athanase Papadopoulos and Weixu Su
 A note on acylindrical hyperbolicity of mapping class groups / Piotr Przytycki and Alessandro Sisto
 Contractability of outer space: reprise / Karen Vogtmann.
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 [Tokyo] : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2016]
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 Book — 537 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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This volume contains the proceedings of the 6th Mathematical Society of Japan Seasonal InstituteDevelopment of Moduli Theory, which was held as the Seasonal Institute 2013, with support from the Mathematical Society of Japan and the 2013 Research Project of the Research Institute of Mathematical Science, Kyoto University. This volume, dedicated to Shigeru Mukai on the occasion of his sixtieth birthday, consists of five survey articles and eight research articles.
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7. Discrete geometric analysis [2016]
 [Tokyo] : Mathematical Society of Japan, 2016.
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 Book — xi, 157 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.
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 Loop erased walks and uniform spanning trees / Martin T. Barlow
 Combinatorial rigidity: graphs and matroids in the theory of rigid frameworks / Tibor Jordán
 Analysis and geometry on groups / Andrzej Zuk.
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 [Tokyo] : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2016]
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 Book — 420 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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Since the appearance of extremal rays and the minimal model program in the early 1980s, we have seen the tremendous development of algebraic geometry. With this in mind, the conference on Minimal Models and Extremal Ray was held at the Research Institute for Mathematical Sciences (RIMS) at Kyoto University in June 2011. The purpose of the conference was to review the past, examine the present, and enjoy discussing the future. This volume contains the proceedings of this conference and consists of one survey article on the mathematical work of Shigefumi Mori, who turned sixty in 2011, and thirteen research papers presented by the authors.
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 [Tokyo] : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2016]
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 Book — 373 pages : illustrations (1 color) ; 24 cm.
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This volume is a collection of six lecture notes presented at the School on Singularity Theory, Sao Carlos, Brazil, July 1621, 2012, or at the 12th International Workshop on Real and Complex Singularities, Sao Carlos, Brazil, July 2227, 2012. Topics treated in the six lecture notes written by established authors cover a wide range, including topology and geometry of real singularities, singularities of holomorphic mapgerms, singularities of complex algebraic sets, algorithms of the computer algebra "SINGULAR", singularities of maps and characteristic classes, and limit cycles of systems of ordinary differential equations. Each lecture note is extremely well written with plenty of examples and may be considered excellent reading on the relevant topic. This book is suitable as a desktop reference and is widely recommended for graduate students studying singularity theory and researchers in various fields who would like to enjoy the world of singularities.
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10. Schubert calculus : Osaka, 2012 [2016]
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2016]
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 Book — 518 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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This volume contains the proceedings of the 5th MSJ Seasonal Institute on Schubert Calculus, held at Osaka City University, from September 1727, 2012. It is recommended for all researchers and graduate students who are interested in Schubert calculus and its many connections and applications to related areas of mathematics, such as geometric representation theory, combinatorial aspects of algebraic varieties arising in Lie theory, and equivariant topology. Alain Lascoux, one of the pioneers of modern Schubert calculus and a contributor to this volume, passed away during the time of the editing process of the proceedings. This volume is dedicated to him.
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11. Algebraic geometry in East AsiaTaipei 2011 [2015]
 Symposium on Algebraic Geometry in East Asia (4th : 2011 : Taipei, Taiwan)
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2015]
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 Book — 227 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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 Three dimensional divisorial contractions by J. A. Chen Variation of mixed Hodge structures and the positivity for algebraic fiber spaces by Y. Kawamata From GW invariants of symmetric product stacks to relative invariants of threefolds by W. K. Cheong ADHM sheaf theory and wallcrossing by W.Y. Chang Remarks on the nonvanishing conjecture by Y. Gongyo Singularities of pluritheta divisors in Char $p>0$ by C. D. Hacon Dual cones of varieties of minimal rational tangents by J.M. Hwang $\mathbb{Q}$homology projective planes with nodes or cusps by J. Keum Deformations of productquotient surfaces and reconstruction of Todorov surfaces via $\mathbb{Q}$Gorenstein smoothing by Y. Lee and F. Polizzi Free automorphisms of positive entropy on smooth Kahler surfaces by K. Oguiso Gorenstein in codimension
 4: the general structure theory by M. Reid.
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12. Singularities in geometry and topology 2011 [2015]
 FrancoJapanese Singularity Conference (6th : 2011 : Fukuokashi, Japan)
 [Tokyo] : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2015]
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 Book — 282 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.
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 I. Survey Articles: Smooth double subvarieties on singular varieties. II by M. R. GonzalezDorrego Survey of apparent contours of stable maps between surfaces by T. Yamamoto II. Research Articles: Valuations divisorielles et connexite en codimension 1 by C. Beddani The Alexander module of a trigonal curve. II by A. Degtyarev Monodromy of triple point line arrangements by A. Dimca On fibered links of singularities of polar weighted homogeneous mixed polynomials by K. Inaba On classes in the classification of curves on rational surfaces with respect to logarithmic plurigenera by H. Ishida The links specific to hypersurface simple $K3$ singularities by A. Katanaga On (4,3) line degenerated torus curves and torus decompositions by M. Kawashima On the computation of algebraic local cohomology classes associated with semiquasihomogeneous singularities by K. Nabeshima and S. Tajima Some geometricarithmetic aspects of separated variable curves by V. K. Nguyen Mixed functions of strongly polar weighted homogeneous face type by M. Oka Singular fibers in barking families of degenerations of elliptic curves by T. Okuda Mirror symmetry between orbifold projective lines and cusp singularities by A. Takahashi.
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13. Variational methods for evolving objects [2015]
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, [2015]
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 Book — 294 pages ; 24 cm.
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This volume consists of eight original survey papers written by invited lecturers in connection with a conference "Variational Methods for Evolving Objects" held at Hokkaido University, Sapporo, Japan, July 30August 3, 2012. The topics of papers vary widely from problems in image processing to dynamics of topological defects, and all involve some nonlinear phenomena of current major research interests. These papers are carefully prepared so that they serve as a good starting point of investigation for graduate students and newcomers to the field and are strongly recommended.
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 [Tokyo] : Mathematical Society of Japan, c2011.
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 Book — 441 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 * The triplet vertex operator algebra $W(p)$ and the restricted quantum group $\bar{U}_q(sl_2)$ at $q=e^{\pi i/p}$ by K. Nagatomo and A. Tsuchiya * Representation theory of Walgebras, II by T. Arakawa * Chiral Potts model and the discrete SineGordon model at roots of unity by V. V. Bazhanov * Modular forms and elliptic genera for ALE spaces by T. Eguchi, Y. Sugawara, and A. Taormina * Fermionic formulas for characters of $(1, p)$ logarithmic model in $\Phi_{2,1}$ quasiparticle realisation by B. Feigin, E. Feigin<, and I. Tipunin * Quantization of soliton systems and Langlands duality by B. Feigin and E. Frenkel * Quantizing the Backlund transformations of Painleve equations and the quantum discrete Painleve VI equation by K. Hasegawa * Quantum groups and quantization of Weyl group symmetries of Painleve systems by G. Kuroki * On FrenkelMukhin algorithm for $q$character of quantum affine algebras by W. Nakai and T. Nakanishi * Perverse coherent sheaves on blowup. I. A quiver description by H. Nakajima and K. Yoshioka * Differential Fay identities and auxiliary linear problem of integrable hierarchies by K. Takasaki* .
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15. New developments in algebraic geometry, integrable systems and mirror symmetry (RIMS, Kyoto, 2008) [2010]
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, c2010.
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 Book — 434 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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16. Asymptotic analysis and singularities [2007]
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, c2007.
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 Book — 2 v. (805 p.) : ill. ; 24 cm.
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 On the incompressible Euler equations and the blowup problem by D. Chae Uniform decay estimates for the wave equation in an exterior domain by H. Kubo Dispersive estimates for solutions of multidimensional isotropic symmetric hyperbolic systems by T. C. Sideris A sharp bilinear restriction estimate for the sphere and its application to the waveSchrodinger system by T. Akahori Survey of admissible shock waves for $2\times 2$ systems of conservation laws with an umbilic point by F. Asakura and M. Yamazaki The Helmholtz decomposition in Sobolev and Besov spaces by H. Fujiwara and M. Yamazaki Steady motions of the NavierStokes fluid around a rotating body by T. Hishida Nonselfadjoint perturbation of Schrodinger and wave equations by M. Kadowaki, H. Nakazawa, and K. Watanabe Sobolev's imbedding theorem in the limiting case with Lorentz space and BMO by H. Kozono, K. Minamidate, and H. Wadade On the Stokes and NavierStokes equations in a perturbed halfspace and an aperture domain by T. Kubo Bilinear estimates for the transport equations by S. Machihara The NavierStokes equations with initial data in uniformly local $L^p$spaces by Y. Maekawa and Y. Terasawa Semiclassical analysis of the Hartree equation around and before the caustic by S. Masaki Remark on the dissipative quasigeostrophic equations in the critical space by H. Miura Wave maps in gravitational theory by M. Narita A Stokes approximation of two dimensional exterior Oseen flow near the boundary by M. Okamura, Y. Shibata, and N. Yamaguchi On the Cauchy problem for Schrodingerimproved Boussinesq equations by T. Ozawa and K. Tsutaya Waves in twophase flows by K. Pandey and A. K. Vaish Small data scattering for the KleinGordon equation with a cubic convolution by H. Sasaki On asymptotic behavior of solutions to the fourth orderr cubic nonlinear Schrodinger type equation by J. Segata On the Stokes equation with Robin boundary condition by Y. Shibata and R. Shimada $L_p$$L_q$ maximal regularity of the Neumann problem for the Stokes equations by Y. Shibata and S. Shimizu Diffusion phenomenon for abstract wave equations with decaying dissipation by T. Yamazaki On thermoelastic systems arising in shape memory alloys by S. Yoshikawa.
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 Weak KAM pairs and MongeKantorovich duality by P. Bernard and B. Buffoni Hydrodynamic limit and nonlinear PDEs with singularities by T. Funaki PDE and differential geometry in study of motion of elastic wires by N. Koiso Evolution of stable phases in forwardbackward parabolic equations by C. Mascia, A. Terracina, and A. Tesei Analogies between superconductors and liquid crystals: Nucleation and critical fields by X.B. Pan Method of the blowup envelope and applications by T. Suzuki Numerical study and examples on singularities of solutions to anisotropic crystalline curvature flows of nonconvex polygonal curves by C. Hirota, T. Ishiwata, and S. Yazaki On certain onedimensional elliptic systems under different growth conditions at respective infinities by M. Iida, K. Nakashima, and E. Yanagida Stability analysis for a stripe solution in the GiererMeinhardt system by K. Ikeda Perturbation of structures of radial solutions to elliptic equations by Y. Kabeya On the bifurcation structure of positive stationary solutions for a competitiondiffusion system by Y. Kanon Global solutions to a onedimensional nonlinear parabolic system modeling colonial formation by chemotactic bacteria by K. P. P. Htoo, M. Mimura, and I. Takagi Existence of standing waves for the nonlinear Schrodinger equation with double power nonlinearity and harmonic potential by H. Kikuchi The Hamiltonian formalism in reactiondiffusion systems by M. Kuwamura Speed estimate for a periodic rotating wave in an undulating zone on the sphere by B. Lou On the dynamical system of a parabolic equation with nonlocal term by T. Miyasita A variational approach to selfsimilar solutions for semilinear heat equations by Y. Naito Determination of the limit sets of trajectories of the GiererMeinhardt system without diffusion by W.M. Ni, K. Suzuki, and I. Takagi Asymptotic form of solutions of the TadjbakhshOdeh variational problem by S. Okabe Global existence of a reactiondiffusionadvection system by K. Osaki Blowup solutions to some systems related to biology by T. Senba On the role of the source terms in an activatorinhibitor system proposed by Gierer and Meinhardt by K. Suzuki and I. Takagi Concentration phenomena in the conformal BrezisNirenberg problem by F. Takahashi Interfacial analysis to a chemotaxis model equation with growth in three dimension by T. Tsujikawa.
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17. Probability and number theoryKanazawa 2005 [2007]
 International Conference on Probability and Number Theory (2005 : Kanazawashi, Japan)
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, c2007.
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 Book — 558 p. : ill. (1 col.) ; 24 cm.
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18. Singularities in geometry and topology 2004 [2007]
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, c2007.
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 Book — 329 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
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19. Potential theory in Matsue [2006]
 International Workshop on Potential Theory (2004 : Matsueshi, Japan)
 [Tokyo] : Mathematical Society of Japan, c2006.
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 Book — 413 p., [1] leaf of plates : ill., 1 col. port. ; 24 cm.
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This volume collects, in written form, eight plenary lectures and twentyfive selected contributions from invited and contributed lectures delivered at the International Workshop on Potential Theory 2004. The workshop was held at Shimane University, Matsue, Japan, from August 23 to 28, 2004. The topic of the workshop was potential theory and its related fields. There were stimulus talks from classical potential theory to pluripotential theory and probabilistic potential theory.
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20. Lie groups, geometric structures and differential equations : one hundred years after Sophus Lie [2002]
 Tokyo : Mathematical Society of Japan, c2002.
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