5 edition of **D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry** found in the catalog.

D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry

M. Kashiware

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- 37 Currently reading

Published
**June 1993**
by Walter de Gruyter
.

Written in

- Geometry,
- Topology,
- Mathematics,
- Science/Mathematics,
- Geometry - General,
- Microlocal analysis,
- Congresses,
- D-modules

**Edition Notes**

Contributions | P. Schapira (Editor) |

The Physical Object | |
---|---|

Format | Library binding |

Number of Pages | 198 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL9016813M |

ISBN 10 | 3110129590 |

ISBN 10 | 9783110129595 |

This book presents contributions from two workshops in algebraic and analytic microlocal analysis that took place in and at Northwestern University. Featured papers expand on mini-courses and talks ranging from foundational material to advanced research-level papers, and new applications in symplectic geometry, mathematical physics. The book by Kashiwara "D-modules and microlocal calculus" emphasizes the role of b-functions. Malgrange's Bourbaki talk from /78 (LNM ) gives a nice explanation of microlocalization and involutivity of the singular support.

The theory of $D$-modules is a very powerful point of view, bringing ideas from algebra and algebraic geometry to the analysis of systems of differential equations. It is often used in conjunction with microlocal analysis, as some of the important theorems are best stated or proved using these techniques. This short introduction to microlocal analysis is presented, in the spirit of Hörmander, in the classical framework of partial differential equations. This theory has important applications in areas such as harmonic and complex analysis, and also in theoretical physics. Here Grigis and Sjöstrand emphasize the basic tools, especially the method of stationary phase, and they .

Download Introduction to Microlocal Analysis Download free online book chm pdf. About Us / Mathematics Books / Functional Analysis Books / Introduction to Microlocal Analysis. Introduction to Microlocal Analysis Normed and Banach spaces, Continuous maps, Differentiation, Geometry of inner product spaces, Compact operators and. Abstract. In this paper we give a proof of a fundamental conjecture, the codimension-three conjecture, for microdifferential holonomic systems. The conjecture states that any (regular) holonomic module extends uniquely beyond an analytic subset that is at least of codimension three in its by: 5.

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: D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry (de Gruyter Proceedings in Mathematics) (): Masaki Kashiwara, Pierre Schapira, Teresa Monteiro Fernandes: Books. The theory of $D$-modules is a very powerful point of view, bringing ideas from algebra and algebraic geometry to the analysis of systems of differential equations.

It is often used in conjunction with microlocal analysis, as some of the important theorems Cited by: D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry Proceedings of the International Conference on D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry held at the University of Lisbon (Portugal), October November 2, Ed.

by Kashiwara, Masaki / Monteiro Fernandes, Teresa / Schapira, Pierre. D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry. Proceedings of the International Conference on D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry held at the University of Lisbon (Portugal), October November 2, Edited by Kashiwara, Masaki / Monteiro Fernandes, Teresa / Schapira, Pierre.

DE GRUYTER. Pages: 1–8. ISBN (Online): The theory of \(D\)-modules is a very powerful point of view, bringing ideas from algebra and algebraic geometry to the analysis of systems of differential equations. It is often used in conjunction with microlocal analysis, as some of the important theorems are best stated or proved using these techniques.

D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry. Proceedings of the International Conference on D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry held at the University of Lisbon (Portugal), October November 2, Edited by Kashiwara, Masaki / Monteiro Fernandes, Teresa / Schapira, Pierre.

DE GRUYTER. Pages: V–VIII. ISBN (Online): D-Modules and D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry book Geometry. Proceedings of the International Conference on D-Modules and Microlocal Geometry held at the University of Lisbon (Portugal), October November 2, Edited by Kashiwara, Masaki / Monteiro Fernandes, Teresa / Schapira, Pierre.

DE GRUYTER. Pages: IX–X. ISBN (Online): This book, the first devoted specifically to holonomic D-modules, provides a unified treatment of both regular and irregular D-modules.

The authors begin by recalling the main results of the theory of indsheaves and subanalytic sheaves, explaining in detail the operations on D-modules and their tempered holomorphic by: 6.

MAT D-Modules S. Arkhipov, N. Nikolaev Lecture 1 [10 January ] 0 References The original references on the subject are unreadable. In fact, the original papers wereFile Size: 1MB. Figure 2: An in nite spiral. Figure 3: In nitely many lines through the origin.

all x2S i, there exists a neighborhood x2U X and a ltration-preserving homeomorphism U˘=Ri Cone(L x) (1) where L x (the link of x) is a compact (n i 1)-step strati ed space. Here Cone(Y) is the space obtained by gluing Y [0;1) to a point along Yf 0g. barely feel competent to read.

Mike Artin and Steve Kleiman led us patiently through the algebraic geometry, answering hundreds of foolish questions as well as several serious ones. Bob MacPherson, Kari Vilonen, Victor Ginsburg, and Jean-Luc Brylinski taught us about perverse sheaves, D-modules, and microlocal geometry.

FallCourse Algebraic D-modules TRRm. E Instructor: Pavel Etingof O ce: E Telephone: Email: [email protected] Microlocal sheaf theory has many applications and we will give a glance at some of them in x4.

First in the study of linear partial di erential equa-tions (D-modules and their solutions), which was the original motivation of this theory.

Next in other branches of mathematics and in particularFile Size: KB. We study Tannaka groups attached to holonomic D-modules on abelian varieties. The Fourier-Mukai transform leads to an interpretation via principal bundles which shows that these groups are almost connected, while microlocal constructions allow to construct multiplicative subgroups in terms of characteristic cycles.

The latter provides a link between monodromy and Weyl. (t z!) is begun, this is a rst step towards microlocal analysis. In Chapter 4 the approximate plain wave solutions obtained in Chapter 1 are combined to give a parametrix for the Cauchy problem for the perturbed wave operator.

This involves an integration over the angular parameters and in Chapter 5 the related generalFile Size: KB.

Algebraic Geometry, Representation theory and Topology of singular spaces. We begin with deﬁning some basic functors on D-modules, introduce the notion of characteristic variety and of a holonomic D-module. We discuss b-functions, and study the Riemann-Hilbert correspondence between holonomic D-modules and perverse Size: KB.

D-modules on projective spaces 90 Chapter IV. Direct and inverse images of D-modules 97 1. The bimodule D X!Y 97 2. Inverse and direct images for a ne varieties 3.

Inverse image functor 4. Projection formula 5. Direct image functor 6. Direct images for immersions 7. Bernstein inequality 8. Closed immersions and. ﬁne a suitable class of holonomic D-modules, the so-called regular holonomic modules, what he does in the microlocal setting with Kawai [15] (after re-lated work with Oshima [16]).

Then, inhe announces at the / Seminar of Ecole Polytechnique [11] the theorem, giving with some details 4File Size: KB. Microlocal analysis is used in computed tomography and other tomographic imaging techniques e.g.

in medicine. Specifically, it is used to describe which wavefront sets (here: boundaries of objects, e.g. of organs in the human body) can or can not be detected by a specific tomographic measurement setup and also helps to understand reconstruction artifacts and develop.

Kashiwara, D-modules and microlocal calculus, Translations of Mathematical Monogrphs, VolumeAMS. Prerequisites: Basic knowledge about commutative algebra, algebraic geometry and homological algebra (Math ) Course Topics: The theory of D-modules origins from the work of the Japanese school of Sato on algebraic analysis.

The Mathematical Sciences Research Institute (MSRI), founded inis an independent nonprofit mathematical research institution whose funding sources include the National Science Foundation, foundations, corporations, and more than 90 universities and institutions.

The Institute is located at 17 Gauss Way, on the University of California, Berkeley campus, close to .Microlocal geometry This thesis studies applications of algebraic microlocal geometry in the representation theory of p-adic groups and symplectic geometry.

Microlocal geometry, in a rough sense, provides is with analytic objects that arise as solutions to a very broad class of operator equations.

Our perspective on the.The theory of $D$-modules is a very powerful point of view, bringing ideas from algebra and algebraic geometry to the analysis of systems of differential equations. It is often used in conjunction with microlocal analysis, as some of the important theorems .