Geometric aspects of functional analysis : Israel seminar (GAFA) 2020-2022 / Ronen Eldan, Bo'az Klartag, Alexander Litvak, Emanuel Milman, editors.

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Israel Seminar on Geometrical Aspects of Functional Analysis (2020-2022) [Browse]
Format
Book
Language
English
Published/​Created
  • Cham, Switzerland : Springer, ©2023.
  • ©2023
Description
viii, 438 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm

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  • Lecture notes in mathematics (Springer-Verlag) ; 2327. [More in this series]
  • Lecture notes in mathematics, 0075-8434 ; volume 2327
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This book reflects general trends in the study of geometric aspects of functional analysis, understood in a broad sense. A classical theme in the local theory of Banach spaces is the study of probability measures in high dimension and the concentration of measure phenomenon. Here this phenomenon is approached from different angles, including through analysis on the Hamming cube, and via quantitative estimates in the Central Limit Theorem under thin-shell and related assumptions. Classical convexity theory plays a central role in this volume, as well as the study of geometric inequalities. These inequalities, which are somewhat in spirit of the Brunn-Minkowski inequality, in turn shed light on convexity and on the geometry of Euclidean space. Probability measures with convexity or curvature properties, such as log-concave distributions, occupy an equally central role and arise in the study of Gaussian measures and non-trivial properties of the heat flow in Euclidean spaces. Also discussed are interactions of this circle of ideas with linear programming and sampling algorithms, including the solution of a question in online learning algorithms using a classical convexity construction from the 19th century.
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Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN
  • 9783031262999
  • 3031262999
OCLC
1404837367
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