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Das Acrylglasbild »NATO Morse Code« aus dem Sortiment des Kunstverlags Posterlounge bereichert deine Einrichtung mit seiner glänzenden Oberfläche und kraftvollen Farben. Das Bild von Typobox wird hinter eine 5 mm dicke Acrylglasplatte gedruckt und bekommt dadurch eine außergewöhnliche Tiefenwirkung. So fügt es sich elegant in eine moderne, geradlinige Dekoration ein, kann aber genauso gut als aufregender Kontrast in einem gemütlichen Ambiente wirken. Posterlounge fertigt das Bild für dich in seiner hauseigenen Druckerei in Deutschland auf Bestellung an, also in der ausgewählten Größe 20 x 30 cm. Brauchst du andere Abmessungen? Dann kannst du aus den Optionen unter Ausführung die passende Größe wählen. Sobald das Bild in Galeriequalität gedruckt und versiegelt ist, wird es sorgsam verpackt und verschickt, sodass du es nach wenigen Tagen in den Händen halten kannst. Das Kunststoffmaterial ist sehr stabil und widerstandsfähig: Feuchtigkeit macht ihm überhaupt nichts aus, deshalb kannst du es auch in deiner Küche oder sogar in deinem Bad aufhängen. Und falls die glatte Oberfläche mal leicht verschmutzt ist, kannst du das Bild einfach feucht abwischen. Zu deinem Wandbild bekommst du ein Wandhalterungsset mitgeliefert – damit ist dein Kunstglasbild im Handumdrehen fertig zum Aufhängen. Da die glänzende Oberfläche etwas spiegelt, suchst du dafür am besten einen Platz ohne direkte Sonneneinstrahlung und Lichteinflüsse aus. Alternativ kannst du das Bild unter Variante als Leinwanddruck oder Poster auswählen und bestellen.

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Das Leinwandbild »NATO Morse Code« aus dem Sortiment des Kunstverlags Posterlounge bringt mit satten Farben und natürlichen Materialien Gemütlichkeit in deine vier Wände. Durch die charakteristische Struktur des hochwertigen Baumwollmischgewebes (360 g/m²) wirkt das Bild von Typobox besonders klassisch, fast wie gemalt. Posterlounge fertigt das Leinwandbild für dich auf Bestellung im Format 20 x 30 cm – innerhalb nur weniger Tage, und zwar in Deutschland und in Handarbeit. Falls du für deine Wand eine andere Größe benötigst, kannst du deine Auswahl oben unter Ausführung ändern. Die Leinwand wird in der hauseigenen Produktionsabteilung von Posterlounge zunächst bedruckt und anschließend auf einen 2 cm starken Keilrahmen aus FSC-zertifiziertem Holz aufgespannt. Der fertige Kunstdruck ist leicht, aber sehr robust. Für den Versand wird er sorgfältig verpackt, damit er wohlbehalten bei dir ankommt. Auf der Rückseite des Bildes ist schon eine Halterung angebracht, sodass du nur noch einen Nagel an der Wand benötigst, um es aufzuhängen. Das Leinwandbild ist außerdem sehr pflegeleicht: Du kannst es bei Bedarf kurzerhand mit einem feuchten weichen Tuch abwischen, das schadet weder den Farben noch dem Gewebe. Leinwanddrucke eignen sich wunderbar als Wanddeko für alle Wohnräume. Wenn du das Bild hingegen für dein Badezimmer oder deine Küche bestellen möchtest, ist ein Premium-Wandbild auf Acrylglas die perfekte Wahl für dich. Die verschiedenen Optionen findest du oben unter Variante, dort kannst du ganz einfach das passende Material aussuchen.

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Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis a...
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The papers collected in this volume are contributions to the 43rd session of the Seminaire ´ de mathematiques ´ superieures ´ (SMS) on “Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis and Symplectic Topology.” This session took place at the Universite ´ de Montreal ´ in July 2004 and was a NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI). The aim of the ASI was to bring together young researchers from various parts of the world and to present to them some of the most signi cant recent advances in these areas. More than 77 mathematicians from 17 countries followed the 12 series of lectures and participated in the lively exchange of ideas. The lectures covered an ample spectrum of subjects which are re ected in the present volume: Morse theory and related techniques in in nite dim- sional spaces, Floer theory and its recent extensions and generalizations, Morse and Floer theory in relation to string topology, generating functions, structure of the group of Hamiltonian di?eomorphisms and related dynamical problems, applications to robotics and many others. We thank all our main speakers for their stimulating lectures and all p- ticipants for creating a friendly atmosphere during the meeting. We also thank Ms. Diane Belanger ´ , our administrative assistant, for her help with the organi- tion and Mr. Andre ´ Montpetit, our technical editor, for his help in the preparation of the volume.

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Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis a...
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The papers collected in this volume are contributions to the 43rd session of the Seminaire ´ de mathematiques ´ superieures ´ (SMS) on “Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis and Symplectic Topology.” This session took place at the Universite ´ de Montreal ´ in July 2004 and was a NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI). The aim of the ASI was to bring together young researchers from various parts of the world and to present to them some of the most signi cant recent advances in these areas. More than 77 mathematicians from 17 countries followed the 12 series of lectures and participated in the lively exchange of ideas. The lectures covered an ample spectrum of subjects which are re ected in the present volume: Morse theory and related techniques in in nite dim- sional spaces, Floer theory and its recent extensions and generalizations, Morse and Floer theory in relation to string topology, generating functions, structure of the group of Hamiltonian di?eomorphisms and related dynamical problems, applications to robotics and many others. We thank all our main speakers for their stimulating lectures and all p- ticipants for creating a friendly atmosphere during the meeting. We also thank Ms. Diane Belanger ´ , our administrative assistant, for her help with the organi- tion and Mr. Andre ´ Montpetit, our technical editor, for his help in the preparation of the volume.

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Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis a...
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This volume contains contributions to the Séminaire de Mathématiques Supérieures - NATO Advanced Study Institute on ``Morse theoretic Methods in non-linear Analysis and Symplectic Topology' which was held at the Université de Montréal in the summer of 2004. The recent years have witnessed the emergence of a deeper and more general formalism of the main geometric ideas in these fields. The surveys and research papers in this volume are a striking example of this trend. They provide an up-to-date overview of some of the most significant advances in these topics. The text is of high relevance for graduate students as well as for more senior mathematicians with interest in a wide range of topics going from symplectic topology to dynamical systems and from algebraic and differential topology to variational methods. TOC:Preface.Contributors. Lectures on the Morse Complex for Infinite-Dimensional Manifolds.-1. A few facts from hyperbolic dynamics.-1.1 Adapted norms .-1.2 Linear stable and unstable spaces of an asymptotically hyperbolic path.-1.3 Morse vector fields.- 1.4 Local dynamics near a hyperbolic rest point ; 1.5 Local stable and unstable manifolds.- 1.6 The Grobman - Hartman linearization theorem.-1.7 Global stable and unstable manifolds.- 2 The Morse complex in the case of finite Morse indices.- 2.1 The Palais - Smale condition.-2.2 The Morse - Smale condition .-2.3 The assumptions .- 2.4 Forward compactness.- 2.5 Consequences of compactness and transversality.- 2.6 Cellular filtrations.- 2.7 The Morse complex.- 2.8 Representation of $delta$* in terms of intersection numbers.- 2.9 How to remove the assumption (A8).- 2.10 Morse functions on Hilbert manifolds.-2.11 Basic results in transversality theory .- 2.12 Genericity of the Morse - Smale condition.-2.13 Invariance of the Morse complex.- 3 The Morse complex in the case of infinite Morse indices.- 3.1 The program.-3.2 Fredholm pairs and compact perturbations of linear subspaces.- 3.3 Finite-dimensional intersections.-3.4 Essential subbundles.- 3.5 Orientations.- 3.6 Compactness .- 3.7 Two-dimensional intersections .-3.8 The Morse complex.- Bibliographical note.- Notes on Floer Homology and Loop Space Homology.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Main result.-2.1 Loop space homology.-2.2 Floer homology for the cotangent bundle.- 3 Ring structures and ring-homomorphisms.-3.1 The pair-of-pants product.- 3.2 The ring homomorphisms between free loop space Floer homology and based loop space Floer homology and classical homology.-4 Morse-homology on the loop spaces $Lambda$Q and $Omega$Q, and the isomorphism.-5 Products in Morse-homology .-5.1 Ring isomorphism between Morse homology and Floer homology.- Homotopical Dynamics in Symplectic Topology.- 1 Introduction .-2 Elements of Morse theory .-2.1 Connecting manifolds.-2.2 Operations.-3 Applications to symplectic topology.- 3.1 Bounded orbits .-3.2 Detection of pseudoholomorphic strips and Hofer's norm.- Morse Theory, Graphs, and String Topology.-1 Graphs, Morse theory, and cohomology operations.-2 String topology .-3 A Morse theoretic view of string topology.- 4 Cylindrical holomorphic curves in the cotangent bundle.- Topology of Robot Motion Planning.-1.Introduction .-2 First examples of configuration spaces .-3 Varieties of polygonal linkages.-3.1 Short and long subsets .-3.2 Poincaré polynomial of M(a) .-4 Universality theorems for configuration spaces .-5 A remark about configuration spaces in robotics .-6 The motion planning problem.-7 Tame motion planning algorithms.-8 The Schwarz genus.- 9 The second notion of topological complexity.-10 Homotopy invariance.- 11 Order of instability of a motion planning algorithm.-12 Random motion planning algorithms.- 13 Equality theorem.-14 An upper bound for TC(X).-15 A cohomological lower bound for TC(X) .-16 Examples .-17 Simultaneous control of many systems.-18 Another inequality relating TC(X) to the usual category .-19 Topological complexity of bouquets.-20 A general recipe to construct a motion planning algorithm.-21 How difficult is to avoid collisions in $mathbb$m? .-22 The case m = 2.- 23 TC(F($mathbb$m; n) in the case m $geq$ 3 odd .- 24 Shade.-25 Illuminating the complement of the braid arrangement .-26 A quadratic motion planning algorithm in F($mathbb$m; n).-27

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Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis a...
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The papers collected in this volume are contributions to the 43rd session of the Seminaire ´ de mathematiques ´ superieures ´ (SMS) on “Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis and Symplectic Topology.” This session took place at the Universite ´ de Montreal ´ in July 2004 and was a NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI). The aim of the ASI was to bring together young researchers from various parts of the world and to present to them some of the most signi cant recent advances in these areas. More than 77 mathematicians from 17 countries followed the 12 series of lectures and participated in the lively exchange of ideas. The lectures covered an ample spectrum of subjects which are re ected in the present volume: Morse theory and related techniques in in nite dim- sional spaces, Floer theory and its recent extensions and generalizations, Morse and Floer theory in relation to string topology, generating functions, structure of the group of Hamiltonian di?eomorphisms and related dynamical problems, applications to robotics and many others. We thank all our main speakers for their stimulating lectures and all p- ticipants for creating a friendly atmosphere during the meeting. We also thank Ms. Diane Belanger ´ , our administrative assistant, for her help with the organi- tion and Mr. Andre ´ Montpetit, our technical editor, for his help in the preparation of the volume.

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Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis a...
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The papers collected in this volume are contributions to the 43rd session of the Seminaire ´ de mathematiques ´ superieures ´ (SMS) on “Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis and Symplectic Topology.” This session took place at the Universite ´ de Montreal ´ in July 2004 and was a NATO Advanced Study Institute (ASI). The aim of the ASI was to bring together young researchers from various parts of the world and to present to them some of the most signi cant recent advances in these areas. More than 77 mathematicians from 17 countries followed the 12 series of lectures and participated in the lively exchange of ideas. The lectures covered an ample spectrum of subjects which are re ected in the present volume: Morse theory and related techniques in in nite dim- sional spaces, Floer theory and its recent extensions and generalizations, Morse and Floer theory in relation to string topology, generating functions, structure of the group of Hamiltonian di?eomorphisms and related dynamical problems, applications to robotics and many others. We thank all our main speakers for their stimulating lectures and all p- ticipants for creating a friendly atmosphere during the meeting. We also thank Ms. Diane Belanger ´ , our administrative assistant, for her help with the organi- tion and Mr. Andre ´ Montpetit, our technical editor, for his help in the preparation of the volume.

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Morse Theoretic Methods in Nonlinear Analysis a...
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This volume contains contributions to the Séminaire de Mathématiques Supérieures - NATO Advanced Study Institute on ``Morse theoretic Methods in non-linear Analysis and Symplectic Topology' which was held at the Université de Montréal in the summer of 2004. The recent years have witnessed the emergence of a deeper and more general formalism of the main geometric ideas in these fields. The surveys and research papers in this volume are a striking example of this trend. They provide an up-to-date overview of some of the most significant advances in these topics. The text is of high relevance for graduate students as well as for more senior mathematicians with interest in a wide range of topics going from symplectic topology to dynamical systems and from algebraic and differential topology to variational methods. TOC:Preface.Contributors. Lectures on the Morse Complex for Infinite-Dimensional Manifolds.-1. A few facts from hyperbolic dynamics.-1.1 Adapted norms .-1.2 Linear stable and unstable spaces of an asymptotically hyperbolic path.-1.3 Morse vector fields.- 1.4 Local dynamics near a hyperbolic rest point ; 1.5 Local stable and unstable manifolds.- 1.6 The Grobman - Hartman linearization theorem.-1.7 Global stable and unstable manifolds.- 2 The Morse complex in the case of finite Morse indices.- 2.1 The Palais - Smale condition.-2.2 The Morse - Smale condition .-2.3 The assumptions .- 2.4 Forward compactness.- 2.5 Consequences of compactness and transversality.- 2.6 Cellular filtrations.- 2.7 The Morse complex.- 2.8 Representation of $delta$* in terms of intersection numbers.- 2.9 How to remove the assumption (A8).- 2.10 Morse functions on Hilbert manifolds.-2.11 Basic results in transversality theory .- 2.12 Genericity of the Morse - Smale condition.-2.13 Invariance of the Morse complex.- 3 The Morse complex in the case of infinite Morse indices.- 3.1 The program.-3.2 Fredholm pairs and compact perturbations of linear subspaces.- 3.3 Finite-dimensional intersections.-3.4 Essential subbundles.- 3.5 Orientations.- 3.6 Compactness .- 3.7 Two-dimensional intersections .-3.8 The Morse complex.- Bibliographical note.- Notes on Floer Homology and Loop Space Homology.- 1 Introduction.- 2 Main result.-2.1 Loop space homology.-2.2 Floer homology for the cotangent bundle.- 3 Ring structures and ring-homomorphisms.-3.1 The pair-of-pants product.- 3.2 The ring homomorphisms between free loop space Floer homology and based loop space Floer homology and classical homology.-4 Morse-homology on the loop spaces $Lambda$Q and $Omega$Q, and the isomorphism.-5 Products in Morse-homology .-5.1 Ring isomorphism between Morse homology and Floer homology.- Homotopical Dynamics in Symplectic Topology.- 1 Introduction .-2 Elements of Morse theory .-2.1 Connecting manifolds.-2.2 Operations.-3 Applications to symplectic topology.- 3.1 Bounded orbits .-3.2 Detection of pseudoholomorphic strips and Hofer's norm.- Morse Theory, Graphs, and String Topology.-1 Graphs, Morse theory, and cohomology operations.-2 String topology .-3 A Morse theoretic view of string topology.- 4 Cylindrical holomorphic curves in the cotangent bundle.- Topology of Robot Motion Planning.-1.Introduction .-2 First examples of configuration spaces .-3 Varieties of polygonal linkages.-3.1 Short and long subsets .-3.2 Poincaré polynomial of M(a) .-4 Universality theorems for configuration spaces .-5 A remark about configuration spaces in robotics .-6 The motion planning problem.-7 Tame motion planning algorithms.-8 The Schwarz genus.- 9 The second notion of topological complexity.-10 Homotopy invariance.- 11 Order of instability of a motion planning algorithm.-12 Random motion planning algorithms.- 13 Equality theorem.-14 An upper bound for TC(X).-15 A cohomological lower bound for TC(X) .-16 Examples .-17 Simultaneous control of many systems.-18 Another inequality relating TC(X) to the usual category .-19 Topological complexity of bouquets.-20 A general recipe to construct a motion planning algorithm.-21 How difficult is to avoid collisions in $mathbb$m? .-22 The case m = 2.- 23 TC(F($mathbb$m; n) in the case m $geq$ 3 odd .- 24 Shade.-25 Illuminating the complement of the braid arrangement .-26 A quadratic motion planning algorithm in F($mathbb$m; n).-27

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