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International Joint Mathematics Meeting
Merida, Mexico, December 1-4, 1993
Meeting #888

Associate secretaries:
Robert M Fossum, AMS rmfossum@uiuc.edu

Friday December 3, 1993

  • Friday December 3, 1993, 09:00-11:50
    Special Session on Representations of Algebras, II

    • 09:00
      Homology of tiled classical orders.
      Birge Zimmermann Huisgen*, University of California, Santa Barbara
      (888-16-11)
    • 09:30
      Quadratic forms and bocses algorithms.
      Raymundo Bautista*, IMATE-UNAM
      Juan Boza, University of Costa Rica, San Jose, Costa Rica
      (888-13-175)
    • 10:00
      Discussion
    • 10:30
      Realization of positive primitive formulae in the category of covariant finitely presented functors.
      Ron Gentle*, Eastern Washington University, Washington
      (888-13-179)
    • 11:00
      On a theorem of Voight.
      Alberto G. Ragg\'i Cardenas*, IMATE-UNAM
      (888-16-132)
    • 11:30
      Homological properties of tilted algebras.
      Flavio Ulhoa Coelho*, Universidade de Sao Paulo, Brasil
      (888-16-178)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 09:00-11:50
    Special Session on Graphs and Combinatorics, III

    • 09:00
      Flood light illumination problems.
      Jorge Urrutia*, University of Ottawa, Canada
      (888-05-59)
    • 09:30
      Recent results on Dowling lattices.
      Joseph E. Bonin*, George Washington University, Washington, D.C.
      (888-05-39)
    • 10:00
      On the enumeration of n-polyhedral embeddings of cartesian products of cycles.
      Adrian Riskin*, Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff
      (888-05-135)
    • 10:30
      Discussion
    • 11:00
      Clique divergence in graphs. Some variations.
      Victor Neumann-Lara*, IMATE-UNAM
      (888-05-63)
    • 11:30
      A simple algorithm to generate the Bernoulli and Euler polynomials.
      Donald R. Snow*, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah
      (888-05-137)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 09:00-11:50
    Special Session on Asymptotic and Numerical Methods in Biology, I

    • 09:00
      Recent results and models in molecular and quasimolecular modelling.
      Donald Greenspan*, University of Texas, Arlington
      (888-92-139)
    • 09:30
      An iterative scheme for the Milne problem in radiative transfer.
      Francois Golse, University of Paris VII, France
      Raymondo Peralta*, IIMAS-UNAM
      (888-65-101)
    • 10:00
      Discussion
    • 10:30
      Waves in cracked materials.
      F. J. Sabina*, IIMAS-UNAM
      V. P. Smyshlyaev, University of Bath, United Kingdom
      J. R. Willis, University of Bath, United Kingdom
      (888-73-107)
    • 11:00
      The dynamics of resonant capture.
      D. Quinn, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
      R. Rand*, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
      J. Bridge, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York
      (888-34-89)
    • 11:30
      On the horizontal momentum of a vertically oscillating string.
      A. A. Minzoni, IIMAS-UNAM
      C. A. Vargas*, IIMAS-UNAM
      (888-73-105)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 09:00-11:50
    Special Session on Nonlinear Analysis, III

    • 09:00
      Applications of the equivariant degree.
      Jorge Ize*, IIMAS-UNAM
      (888-58-133)
    • 09:30
      Symmetry breaking for minimizers of symmetric variational problems.
      Maria J. Esteban*, University of Paris-Dauphine, France
      (888-35-141)
    • 10:00
      Critical point theory for indefinite functionals with symmetries.
      Thomas Bartsch, University of Heidelberg, Germany
      Monica Clapp*, IMATE-UNAM
      (888-35-118)
    • 10:30
      Closedness properties for nonlinear partial differential equations.
      Luc C. Tartar*, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
      (888-35-166)
    • 11:00
      The maximum principle and the principal eigenvalue for second order elliptic operators on Riemannian manifolds.
      Pablo Padilla*, IIMAS-UNAM
      (888-35-116)
    • 11:30
      Compensated compactness and the Von Karman model for plates.
      Daniel Tataru*, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
      (888-35-155)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 09:00-11:50
    Special Session on Holomorphic Systems and Geometry, II

    • 09:00
      Cohomogeneity one manifolds of positive curvature in lower dimensions.
      Catherine E. Searle*, CINVESTAV IPN
      (888-53-06)
    • 09:30
      On an asymptotic G-winding number.
      Ricardo F. Vila-Freyer*, CIMAT
      (888-58-121)
    • 10:00
      Vector bundles of type T_3 over a curve.
      L. Brambila-Paz*, UAM-I
      (888-14-130)
    • 10:30
      Parabolic vector bundles and Hermitian-Yang-Mills connections over a Riemann surface.
      Jonathan A. Poritz*, University of Maryland, College Park
      (888-53-187)
    • 11:00
      Limit sets of exotic hyperbolic groups.
      Kevin David Corlette, University of Chicago, Illinois
      Alessandra Iozzi*, University of Maryland, College Park
      (888-53-188)
    • 11:30
      The fiber of the Prym map in genus 4.
      Sevin Recillas*, IMATE-UNAM
      (888-14-124)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 09:00-11:50
    Special Session on Non-Commutative Rings, II

    • 09:00
      Lying over for finite extensions of noetherian algebras.
      G\"unter Krause*, University of Manitoba, Canada
      (888-16-25)
    • 09:30
      Generalized finiteness conditions.
      John Dauns*, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
      (888-16-01)
    • 10:00
      Dominant extensions and applications to orders in Artinian-type rings.
      Ming-Sun Li, University of Minnesota, Morris
      Julius M. Zelmanowitz*, University of California, Santa Barbara
      (888-16-07)
    • 10:30
      On the idempotence and stability of kernel functors.
      Mark L. Teply*, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee
      (888-16-75)
    • 11:00
      Module categories with closed subcategories linearly ordered.
      Ana M. de Viola-Prioli, University of Simon Bolivar, Venezuela
      Jorge E. Viola-Prioli*, University of Simon Bolivar, Venezuela
      Robert Wisbauer, University of D\"usseldorf, Germany
      (888-16-68)
    • 11:30
      A special kind of injectivity.
      Francisco Raggi*, IMATE-UNAM
      (888-16-73)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 12:30-13:30
    Invited Address

    Gibbs states, where they come from.
    Daniel W. Stroock*, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge
    (888-82-33)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 16:00-18:50
    Special Session on Graphs and Combinatorics, IV

    • 16:00
      Multiobjective traffic assignment model for Toluca City.
      Juan Gaytan-Iniestra*, UAEM
      Felipe Camacho-Mejia, UAEM
      (888-05-62)
    • 16:30
      Selected problems in lattice paths enumeration.
      Heinrich Niederhausen*, Florida Atlantic University, Boca Raton
      (888-05-145)
    • 17:00
      The square of paths and cycles.
      Genghua Fan, Arizona State University, Tempe
      Henry A. Kierstead*, Arizona State University, Tempe
      (888-05-156)
    • 17:30
      Partition lattices and affine geometry.
      M. K. Bennett*, University of Massachusetts, Amherst
      (888-06-31)
    • 18:00
      The combinatorics of the product of sums of squares problem.
      Gilberto Calvillo, CINVESTAV IPN
      Isidoro Gitler, CINVESTAV IPN
      Jose Martinez-Bernal*, CINVESTAV IPN
      (888-05-64)
    • 18:30
      Projective polyhedral manifolds.
      Jorge L. Arocha*, IMATE-UNAM
      Javier Bracho, IMATE-UNAM
      Luis Montejano, IMATE-UNAM
      (888-05-58)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 16:00-18:20
    Special Session on Asymptotic and Numerical Methods in Biology, II

    • 16:00
      The slow accommodation of traveling waves to their leading tail for reaction-diffusion equations.
      Richard Haberman*, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas
      (888-35-88)
    • 16:30
      Two applications of the complex WKB method.
      Victor M. Olive*, CINVESTAV IPN
      Vladimir Belov, CINVESTAV IPN
      Serguei Dobrokhotov, Russian Academy of Science, Russia
      (888-81-108)
    • 17:00
      Discussion
    • 17:30
      Edge waves over a gently sloping beach: The proof.
      Peter Zhevandrov*, CINVESTAV IPN and Academy of Science, Russia
      (888-76-104)
    • 18:00
      The continuation method to study periodic orbits of a symplectic map of four dimensions.
      Arturo Olvera, IIMAS-UNAM
      Cristobal Vargas*, CINVESTAV-IPN
      (888-65-109)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 16:00-18:50
    Special Session on Geometric Topology in Low Dimensions, III

    • 16:00
      Dehn surgery and knots in the 3-sphere.
      John Luecke*, University of Texas, Austin
      Cameron Gordon, University of Texas, Austin
      (888-57-181)
    • 16:30
      Coverings of Seifert links and generalization of Riley's conjecture B.
      F. Gonz\'alez-Acu\~na, IMATE-UNAM
      Arturo Ram\'\i rez*, CIMAT
      (888-57-15)
    • 17:00
      Thin position for 3-manifolds.
      Martin Scharlemann*, University of California, Santa Barbara
      Abigail Thompson, University of California, Davis
      (888-57-53)
    • 17:30
      Discussion
    • 18:00
      Seifert manifolds that double cover S^2 x S^1,S^2 circle x S^1 and P^2 x S^1.
      V\'\i ctor N\'u\~nez*, University Nacional Autonoma de Mexico
      (888-57-16)
    • 18:30
      Finite Dehn surgery on knots.
      Steven Boyer*, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Canada
      Xingru Zhang, Universite du Quebec a Montreal, Canada
      (888-57-183)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 16:00-18:50
    Special Session on Stochastic Analysis, II

    • 16:00
      Some relationships between anticipating integrals.
      Jorge A. Le\'on*, CINVESTAV IPN
      (888-60-45)
    • 16:30
      Regularity of the density of the solution of a non adapted stochastic differential equation (NASDE).
      Emilia Ma Caballero*, IMATE-UNAM
      Bego\~na Fern\'andez, Facultad de Ciencias UNAM
      David Nualart, Universidad de Barcelona, Spain
      (888-60-41)
    • 17:00
      An extension of Ito's formula to non-C^2 functions.
      Philip Protter*, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
      Hans F\"ollmer, University of Bonn, Germany
      (888-60-167)
    • 17:30
      Discussion
    • 18:00
      Multiple Wiener-Ito integrals and chaos expansions: A review.
      Victor P\'erez-Abreu*, CIMAT
      (888-60-43)
    • 18:30
      On the trajectorial fluctuations of particle systems.
      Luis G. Gorostiza*, CIEA-IPN
      (888-60-44)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 16:00-18:50
    Special Session on Non-Commutative Rings, III

    • 16:00
      Some aspects of spectral torsion theories.
      Maria Jose Arroyo Paniagua*, UAM-I
      (888-16-71)
    • 16:30
      When is the central closure of a semiprime ring biregular?
      R. Wisbauer*, University of D\"usseldorf, Germany
      K. I. Beidar, Moscow State University, Russia
      (888-16-51)
    • 17:00
      The second singular ideal of a self-injective ring.
      Bruno J. Mueller*, McMaster University, Canada
      (888-16-04)
    • 17:30
      Relative continuous modules.
      Kiyoichi Oshiro, Yamaguchi University, Japan
      S. Tariq Rizvi*, Ohio State University, Lima
      (888-16-93)
    • 18:00
      H-separability and Galois actions.
      Ricardo Alfaro*, University of Michigan, Flint
      (888-16-09)
    • 18:30
      Abelian categories in which linear algebra is possible.
      Claudi Busqu\'e, University of Murcia, Spain
      Alberto Facchini*, University of Udine, Italy
      (888-16-86)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 16:00-18:50
    Special Session on General Topology, III

    • 16:00
      The measure of plane continua: An application of topology to the theory of pattern recognition as applied to computer vision.
      Stephen Watson*, York University, Canada
      (888-68-158)
    • 16:30
      Aposyndesis in hyperspaces.
      Alejandro Illanes*, IMATE-UNAM
      (888-54-103)
    • 17:00
      An example from asymmetric topology.
      R. D. Kopperman*, City College, City University of New York
      (888-54-83)
    • 17:30
      Discussion
    • 18:00
      Homogeneous curves that contain arcs.
      James Rogers*, Tulane University, New Orleans, Louisiana
      (888-54-48)
    • 18:30
      On connectedness in graphs and topological spaces.
      Victor Neumann-Lara, IMATE-UNAM
      Richard G. Wilson*, UAM
      (888-54-56)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 16:00-18:00
    General Session, II

    • 16:00
      Singular perturbation analysis of a neuron model.
      Humberto Carrillo*, Facultad de Ciencias-UNAM
      John Rinzel, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland
      Steven M. Baer, Arizona State University, Tempe
      (888-34-180)
    • 16:15
      A Wavelet-Galerkin method for the numerical solution of differential equations using multigrid relaxation methods.
      Peter R. Massopust*, Sam Houston State University
      (888-35-79)
    • 16:30
      Theoretical and numerical aspects of some semilinear hyperbolic problems.
      F. Castillo*, ITESM CEM
      H. Juarez, UAM-I
      A. Nicolas, UAM-I
      (888-35-49)
    • 16:45
      On the moments of fractal functions and Dirichlet spline functions.
      Peter R. Massopust, Sam Houston State University, Texas
      Patrick J. Van Fleet*, Sam Houston State University, Texas
      (888-33-80)
    • 17:00
      On the solvability of mixed problems for parabolic equations.
      M. L\'opez*, ITESM CEM
      (888-35-23)
    • 17:15
      Approximation to Schr\" odinger operators by confined systems.
      Gustavo Izquierdo B*, UAM-I
      (888-65-22)
    • 17:30
      Goppa codes over a covering curve.
      Horacio Tapia-Recillas*, UAM-I
      Carlos Renteria, IPN
      (888-94-20)
    • 17:45
      On the imbeddability of a commutative ring in a finite-dimensional ring.
      Robert Gilmer*, Florida State University, Tallahassee
      William Heinzer, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana
      (888-13-98)
    • 18:00
      BGG duality in some categories of Lie algebra modules.
      V. Futorny*, Queen's University, Kingston, Canada
      (888-17-186)
  • Friday December 3, 1993, 19:30-20:30
    Invited Address

    Some applications of topology to the theory of geometric tomography.
    Luis Montejano*, IMATE-UNAM
    (888-52-113)
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