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Just published! Statistics in the Public Interest: In Memory of Stephen E. FienbergEditors:  Alicia L. Carriquiry, Judit...
05/26/2022
Statistics in the Public Interest

Just published! Statistics in the Public Interest: In Memory of Stephen E. Fienberg

Editors: Alicia L. Carriquiry, Judith M. Tanur, William F. Eddy

his edited volume surveys a variety of topics in statistics and the social sciences in memory of the late Stephen Fienberg. The book collects submissions from a wide range of contemporary authors to explore the fields in which Fienberg made significant contributions, including contingency tables and log-linear models, privacy and confidentiality, forensics and the law, the decennial census and other surveys, the National Academies, Bayesian theory and methods, causal inference and causes of effects, mixed membership models, and computing and machine learning. Each section begins with an overview of Fienberg’s contributions and continues with chapters by Fienberg’s students, colleagues, and collaborators exploring recent advances and the current state of research on the topic. In addition, this volume includes a biographical introduction as well as a memorial concluding chapter comprised of entries from Stephen and Joyce Fienberg’s close friends, former students, colleagues, and other loved ones, as well as a photographic tribute.

https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-75460-0

This book surveys a variety of topics in statistics and the social sciences in memory of the late Stephen Fienberg.

Join us on June 9th for the first Unitext book series webinar! The topic will be Optimal Transport, where speakers will ...
05/25/2022

Join us on June 9th for the first Unitext book series webinar! The topic will be Optimal Transport, where speakers will discuss the most challenging problems & future developments in the field. Freely subscribe to the series and register for the webinar: bit.ly/3FNmBcy

Visit the Springer booth and meet our Publishing Editor Francesca Bonadei at UMI-Padova 23-27 May 2022
05/24/2022

Visit the Springer booth and meet our Publishing Editor Francesca Bonadei at UMI-Padova 23-27 May 2022

Just published! Perturbed Semi-Markov Type Processes ILimit Theorems for Rare-Event Times and Processes by Dmitrii Silve...
05/19/2022
Perturbed Semi-Markov Type Processes I | SpringerLink

Just published! Perturbed Semi-Markov Type Processes I
Limit Theorems for Rare-Event Times and Processes by Dmitrii Silvestrov

https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-92403-4

This book is the first volume of a two-volume monograph devoted to the study of limit and ergodic theorems for regularly and singularly perturbed Markov chains, semi-Markov processes, and multi-alternating regenerative processes with semi-Markov modulation.

The first volume presents necessary and sufficient conditions for weak convergence for first-rare-event times and convergence in the topology J for first-rare-event processes defined on regularly perturbed finite Markov chains and semi-Markov processes. The text introduces new asymptotic recurrent algorithms of phase space reduction. It also addresses both effective conditions of weak convergence for distributions of hitting times as well as convergence of expectations of hitting times for regularly and singularly perturbed finite Markov chains and semi-Markov processes.

The book also contains a comprehensive bibliography of major works in the field. It provides an effective reference for both graduate students as well as theoretical and applied researchers studying stochastic processes and their applications.

This monograph studies limits and ergodic theorems for a variety of Markov chains and Markov processes. Suitable for graduate and post-graduate studies.

Register to join the first installment in a webinar series from the Journal of Engineering Mathematics on May 19th. Feat...
05/18/2022

Register to join the first installment in a webinar series from the Journal of Engineering Mathematics on May 19th. Featuring guest speakers covering the topic: Energy Minimizing Surface Tension Configurations for Microparticles https://go.sn.pub/EnD3TS

Just Published! Perturbed Semi-Markov Type Processes IIErgodic Theorems for Multi-Alternating Regenerative ProcessesThis...
05/17/2022
Perturbed Semi-Markov Type Processes II | SpringerLink

Just Published! Perturbed Semi-Markov Type Processes II
Ergodic Theorems for Multi-Alternating Regenerative Processes

This book is the second volume of a two-volume monograph devoted to the study of limit and ergodic theorems for regularly and singularly perturbed Markov chains, semi-Markov processes, and multi-alternating regenerative processes with semi-Markov modulation.

The second volume presents a complete classification of ergodic theorems for alternating regenerative processes, including more than twenty-five such theorems. The text addresses new asymptotic recurrent algorithms of phase space reduction for multi-alternating regenerative processes modulating by regularly and singularly perturbed finite semi-Markov processes. It also features a new study of super-long, long, and short time ergodic theorems for these processes.

The book also contains a comprehensive bibliography of major works in the field. It provides an effective reference for both graduate students as well as theoretical and applied researchers studying stochastic processes and their applications.

https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-92399-0

This monograph studies limits and ergodic theorems for a variety of Markov chains and Markov processes. Suitable for graduate and postgraduate studies.

Join us on June 9th for the first Unitext book series webinar! The topic will be Optimal Transport, where speakers will ...
05/16/2022

Join us on June 9th for the first Unitext book series webinar! The topic will be Optimal Transport, where speakers will discuss the most challenging problems & future developments in the field. Freely subscribe to the series and register for the webinar: https://bit.ly/3FNmBcy

Register to join the first installment in a webinar series from the Journal of Engineering Mathematics on May 19th. Feat...
05/11/2022

Register to join the first installment in a webinar series from the Journal of Engineering Mathematics on May 19th. Featuring guest speakers covering the topic: Energy Minimizing Surface Tension Configurations for Microparticles https://go.sn.pub/EnD3TS

Springer is glad to announce a new free series of webinars and interviews handled by the UNITEXT https://www.springer.co...
05/06/2022
La Matematica per il 3+2

Springer is glad to announce a new free series of webinars and interviews handled by the UNITEXT https://www.springer.com/series/5418 Board members, who will rotate in order to interview top experts in their field.
In the first session, going live on June 9, Alfio Quarteroni will interview Luigi Ambrosio. The speakers will dive into the subject of Optimal Transport, and will discuss the most challenging open problems and the future developments in the field. Click here to subscribe to the event! https://cassyni.com/events/TPQ2UgkCbJvvz5QbkcWXo3

The UNITEXT - La Matematica per il 3+2 series is designed for undergraduate and graduate academic courses, and also includes advanced textbooks at a research ...

Register to join the first installment in a webinar series from the Journal of Engineering Mathematics on May 19th. Feat...
05/04/2022

Register to join the first installment in a webinar series from the Journal of Engineering Mathematics on May 19th. Featuring guest speakers covering the topic: Energy Minimizing Surface Tension Configurations for Microparticles https://go.sn.pub/EnD3TS

Just published! Geometric Approximation Theory by Alexey R. AlimovIgor’ G. Tsar’kov This monograph provides a comprehens...
04/28/2022
Geometric Approximation Theory | SpringerLink

Just published! Geometric Approximation Theory by Alexey R. AlimovIgor’ G. Tsar’kov

This monograph provides a comprehensive introduction to the classical geometric approximation theory, emphasizing important themes related to the theory including uniqueness, stability, and existence of elements of best approximation. It presents a number of fundamental results for both these and related problems, many of which appear for the first time in monograph form. The text also discusses the interrelations between main objects of geometric approximation theory, formulating a number of auxiliary problems for demonstration. Central ideas include the problems of existence and uniqueness of elements of best approximations as well as properties of sets including subspaces of polynomials and splines, classes of rational functions, and abstract subsets of normed linear spaces. The book begins with a brief introduction to geometric approximation theory, progressing through fundamental classical ideas and results as a basis for various approximation sets, suns, and Chebyshev systems. It concludes with a review of approximation by abstract sets and related problems, presenting novel results throughout the section. This text is suitable for both theoretical and applied viewpoints and especially researchers interested in advanced aspects of the field. https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-90951-2

This monograph considers consider basic concepts and lines of research of the geometric theory of approximation.

Don't forget to register and join us May 5th-6th on zoom for a special Acta Sci Math anniversary chat with experts and l...
04/28/2022

Don't forget to register and join us May 5th-6th on zoom for a special Acta Sci Math anniversary chat with experts and leading scholars on functional analysis and operator theory https://go.sn.pub/ELKaFp

Read a special issue about Diagnostic Thinking and Action of Mathematics Teachers in Journal für Mathematik-Didaktik  ht...
04/25/2022

Read a special issue about Diagnostic Thinking and Action of Mathematics Teachers in Journal für Mathematik-Didaktik
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Join us May 5th-6th on zoom for a special Acta Sci Math anniversary chat with experts and leading scholars on functional...
04/20/2022

Join us May 5th-6th on zoom for a special Acta Sci Math anniversary chat with experts and leading scholars on functional analysis and operator theory https://go.sn.pub/ELKaFp

Read research on quantum chaos, fluid dynamics, and partial differential equations in a tribute to Alexander Shnirelman’...
04/19/2022

Read research on quantum chaos, fluid dynamics, and partial differential equations in a tribute to Alexander Shnirelman’s groundbreaking contributions and a way to celebrate his 75th birthday https://go.sn.pub/wDwPBH

New release from the series Springer Optimization and its ApplicationsOptimization of Pharmaceutical Processes appeals t...
04/18/2022
Optimization of Pharmaceutical Processes | SpringerLink

New release from the series Springer Optimization and its Applications

Optimization of Pharmaceutical Processes appeals to industry workers and to academia presenting the impact of mathematical optimization methods to the pharmaceutical industry. Check it out!

https://link.springer.com/book/10.1007/978-3-030-90924-6

Practical examples and applications are discussed to apply most aspects of pharmaceutical processes, including design, lab and pilot scale, manufacturing.

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Disproof the Riemann Hypothesis using Arithmetic Operations and Imaginary Numbers and Placement of Zeros on the Y axis ½ Line By James T. Struck BA, BS, AA, MLIS Abstract Riemann Hypothesis raises the query or conjecture if- “The real part of every nontrivial zero of the Riemann zeta function is 1/2.” Cited from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_hypothesis on 1/29/2021 [1] Simple arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, 0 case study, and exponents provide disproof of the Riemann hypothesis or at least counterexamples to the Riemann hypothesis. Bernhard Riemann raised the question if the Riemann zeta function could have an imaginary root. Here we show that imaginary roots are possible, so the Riemann conjecture can be disproved. Discussion 1. Raising the Riemann zeta function to 0 would get 1 outside the critical space and critical line. 2. Dividing by 0 would get undefined which shows zeros do not need to be Real or Imaginary. Further disproof. Roots being real is what Riemann raised in the 1859 article. [2], but roots do not need to be real or imaginary. 3. Subtraction Disproof- subtracting the Riemann zeta function from itself would get 0 outside the critical line 4. Multiplication by 0 would get 0 which is outside the critical line. 5. Dividing the Riemann zeta function into 0 would get 0 outside the critical line at ½. 6. Using zero as an exponent, the Riemann zeta function would get 1 which would be outside the critical line but in the critical space 7. Addition of the negative Riemann zeta function would get 0 which is not on the critical line but in the critical space. 8. Consider the number 0. 0 put in the Riemann zeta function equals infinity not ½. 9. Consider the number infinity, infinity put into the Riemann zeta function is arguably infinity not ½ 10. Consider the number 0 again. The root arguably lies at (0, infinity) not at ½ 11. Consider Imaginary Numbers like imaginary number i “Originally coined in the 17th century by René Descartes [5] as a derogatory term and regarded as fictitious or useless, the concept gained wide acceptance following the work of Leonhard Euler (in the 18th century) and Augustin-Louis Cauchy and Carl Friedrich Gauss (in the early 19th century).” Accessed from https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imaginary_number on 10/29/2020. [3] Consider imaginary number i. Place the imaginary number into the Riemann zeta function. 1+ 1/2x + 1/3x + 1/4x …… Zeta function can have imaginary number i placed in the variable x in the equation. The sum is then 1+ 1/2i + 1/3i + 1/4i ….. That is a type of root with imaginary numbers, but not having a real part ½. The real part 1 would be outside the critical line. Zeta function at I can be seen as a root as that is what happens to the function at imaginary numbers. 12. We could just as easily place zeroes on the y axis showing questions about what the truth of the conjecture as which ½ line is being talked about is unclear. If all the previously known zeros are placed on the y axis rather than the x-axis, the Riemann hypothesis is shown unclear due to lack of clarity about the meaning of the ½ line. Conclusion Although many giants of math have looked at the Riemann Conjecture-John Forbes Nash and others, simple arithmetic can be used to provide counterexamples to disprove the conjecture. As Bernhard Riemann described working on the problem as futile, there is nothing wrong with accepting his view and calling the problem or hypothesis disproved by some case studies. [4] Solutions of the Riemann zeta function to equal 0 really do not need to lie on a certain straight line. The Riemann zeta function can have roots that are imaginary and roots that do not lie along the line ½. Riemann hypothesis disproved with the counterexample of Imaginary number i invented in history by people like Descartes, Euler, Cauchy and Friedrich Gauss. References 1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Riemann_hypothesis on 1/29/2021 2. On the Number of Prime Numbers less than a Given Quantity. (Ueber die Anzahl der Primzahlen unter einer gegebenen Gr¨osse.) Bernhard Riemann [Monatsberichte der Berliner Akademie, November 1859.] Translated by David R. Wilkins Preliminary Version: December 1998. 3. “Certainly one would wish for a stricter proof here; I have meanwhile temporarily put aside the search for this after some fleeting futile attempts, as it appears unnecessary for the next objective of my investigation.” On the Number of Prime Numbers less than a Given Quantity. (Ueber die Anzahl der Primzahlen unter einer gegebenen Gr¨osse.) Bernhard Riemann [Monatsberichte der Berliner Akademie, November 1859.] Translated by David R. Wilkins Preliminary Version: December 1998,p. 5. 4. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Imaginary_number accessed on 10/29/2020 James T. Struck BA, BS, AA, MLIS PO BOX 61 Evanston IL 60204
Directionality, Non Compactness, Non Selfconnectedness and Growth as A Disproof of Poincare Conjecture by James T. STruck BA, BS, AA, MLIS Abstract Let us invent a mountain range pointed in one direction and a valley pointed in another direction. The mountain range could be simply connected and compact but pointed in one direction the valley pointed in a different direction. The Valley and Mountain have different directions which are not homeomorphic to a 3 sphere with no directional pointing. A sphere does not need to be compact as points can grow and be different distances from each other. A manifold can compress to a point which would not be one to one to a 3 sphere. Discussion Directional Pointing of a manifold can be seen as a new disproof of Poincare Conjecture. Point a valley south and then north. The valley in one direction is not the same shape as the valley pointed the other way. Directionality of manifolds can be non homeomorphic to a non directional 3 sphere. A growing 3 sphere would not have its points at the same distance as a simply connected compact manifold. With the 3 sphere showing different distances between points that would not be homeomorphic to a manifold with the same distance between points. Points which are the result of self connectedness are not one to one to 3 spheres. Points are not the same as spheres. A sphere does not need to be compact as points can be different distances from each other, but Poincare asks that manifolds be compact. Therefore Poincare disproved as compact manifolds do not need to be the same as non compact 3 spheres Conclusion Growing 3 spheres do not have the same distance between points as manifolds with the same distance between points. A mountain range pointing in one direction and valley pointed in a different direction are not homeomorphic to a 3 sphere without direction. Directionality of a manifold and growing 3 spheres do not have to be seen as homeomorphic to eachother Poincare can be disproved too. Compactness and simply connected issues also provide disproof. James T. STruck BA, BS, AA, MLIS PO BOX 61 Evanston IL 60204