Jonathan Borwein's Talks
Some of
Jonathan Borwein's Presentations


also



Postscript and PDF Lectures

1. The Ramanujan AGM Continued Fractions and Dynamics
in
PDF and the corresponding
Preprint.
 (February 2004)

9. Plausible Reasoning in the 21st Century
in
PDF and the Fergusons' 2003 Mekler Lecture
David Bailey's talk and the Experimental Math
web site.
 (October 2003)

8. Three Open Problems in Honour of Petar Kenderov
in
Acrobat.
 (September 2003)

7. A One Function Variational Principle and Applications
in
PDF and the corresponding
Preprint.
 (September 2003)

6. The Ramanujan AGM Continued Fraction
in
PDF and the corresponding
Preprint.
 (July 2003)

5. Advanced Collaborative and Visualization Environments
in
PDF and Power Point
 (July 2003)

4. Nurturing New Mathematicians: Some Advice on Advising
in
Active PDF.
 (June 2003)

3. Mathematics by Experiment (An introduction) and
Experimentation in Mathematics (Further examples)
in
Postscript and in
Acrobat.
Forthcoming Books (Sept 2003) and some Related
Links
 (MarchJune 2003)

2. The life of Pi: history and computation
in
Acrobat. Some Related
Links, MapleHTML and Maple Worksheets.
 (FebruaryJune 2003)

1. The Fields, Nevanlinna and Abel Prizes: Chasing the Mathematical Prize
in
Acrobat. Some Related
Links
 (February 2003)

8. Digitizing the Entire Mathematics Literature: What Wild Surmise
in
ppower4 (PDF)
 (December 2002)

7. Welcome to the SFU CoLab
in
ppower4 (PDF)
 (September 2002)

6. The Next Four Years (in electronic publishing)
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat.
[Associated presentation on CEIC (26 August) at ICM.]
 (August 2002)

5. The Experimental Mathematician: A Computational Guide to the Mathematical Unknown
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat.
Some Related
Links
 (JulyAugust 2002)

4. Bregman Monotone Optimization Methods and Related Convex Functions
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat.
 (June 2002)

3. The Differentiability of Monotone Functions on Separable Banach
Space
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat.
 (April 2002)

2. The Experimental Mathematician: The Pleasure of Discovery and
the Role of Proof
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat.
Some Related
Links
 (April 2002)

1. Mathematical Marvels: Fields of Dreams
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat. Some Related Links
 (March 2002)

6. Collaborative Online Mathematics: `Wishing and Hoping'
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat.
 (October 2001)

5. Why Math is (Still) Hard: Challenges in Mathematical
Computing
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat.
 (September 2001)

4.
The International Math Union's Electronic Initiatives
in
HTML
and
Postscript.
 (September 2001)

3. Dirichlet Series of Squares of Sums of Squares
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat.
 (September 2001. Revised April 2002)

2. Maximum EntropyType Methods and Convex Programming
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat
 (April 2001)

1. Aesthetics for the Working Mathematician
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat. Associated paper in Acrobat
 (AprilSeptember 2001)


6. Multivariable Sinc Integrals and the Volumes of Polyhedra
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat
 (December 2000)

5. Partially Smooth Variational Analysis  and Variations
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat
 (July 2000)
 4. Generic Properties of Generalized Gradients
in
Postscript
and Acrobat
 (Revised June 2000)

3. The Impact of Technology on the Doing of Mathematics:
in Postscript, and
Acrobat with Links.
Related
Paper in Acrobat
 ( Revised April 2000)

2. Experimental Mathematics and Exact Computation
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat with Links
(see also HTML)
and associated Maple worksheets

More General Examples

More Specialized Examples
(Lattice Reduction and Multiple Zeta Codes  needed for some examples)
(save as `file.mws' and open in (x)maple)
 (
PDF March 2000. Update of 1999 #6 and #7; postscript update September
2001)

1. Next Generation Mathematical Telelearning Systems
in
Acrobat with Links
 (November 1999January 2000)

8. Partially Smooth Variational Analysis
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat
 (August 1999)

7. Experimental Mathematics and Exact Computation
in
Postscript
and
Acrobat
with associated
Maple worksheet
(Lattice Reduction and Multiple Zeta Codes  needed for some examples)
(save as `file.mws' and open in (x)maple)
 (July 1999)

6. Numeric
& Computational Mathematics at the Undergraduate Level:
Talk
in Postscript and Paper in Acrobat
(see also HTML)
and associated Maple worksheets

More Elementary Examples

Less Elementary Examples
(Lattice Reduction and Multiple Zeta Codes  needed for some examples)
(save as `file.mws' and open in (x)maple)
 (May 1999  April 2000)

5. The Impact of Technology on the Doing of Mathematics:
Talk in Postscript and
Paper in Acrobat
 (May 1999)
 4. Maximizing Surprise
in Postscript
and Acrobat
and the Aesthetics of
Suprise
(MaryAnne Williams)
 (AprilAugust 1999)
 3. Generic Properties of Generalized Gradients
in
Postscript
and Acrobat
 (April 1999June 2000)

2. Convex Analysis Minicourse
in Postscript
and Acrobat
 (March 1999)

1. Experimental Mathematics: Insight from Computation
in Postscript and
Acrobat
 (January 1999)

5. Regularity, Normality and Tangency:
 Part I (Projections)
 in Postscript and Acrobat
 Part II (Examples and Theorems)
 in Postscript and Acrobat
 (November 1998)

4. Some New MeanValue Theorems
in Postscript and
Acrobat
 (October 1998)

3. High Performance Symbolic Computing: a Mathematician's Perspective
in Postscript and
Acrobat
 (September 1998)

2. Multifunctional and Functional Analytic Techniques in Nonsmooth Analysis
in Postscript and
Acrobat
 (July 1998)

1. Projection Algorithms and Monotone Operators
in Postscript and
Acrobat
 (February 1998)

5. Symbolically Discovered Identities for (zeta(4N+3) and for)
Multidimensional Polylogarithms
 (July 1997)

4. Three Adventures: Symbolically Discovered Identities
in Postscript and
Acrobat
(HTML below)
 (July 1997)

3. Partially Smooth Variational Analysis

(May 1997, revised 1999)
 2. Multidimensional Polylogarithmic Sums: Postscript
and PDF

(AprilMay 1997)
 1. Mathematical Publishing on the Web: Postscript
and PDF
 (Sept 1996, AprilJune 1997)
 5. Convex Analysis and its Applications
 (August 1996)
 4. Khintchine's Constant and its
Computation
 (June 1995)
 3. Experimental Mathematics : Three
Examples
 (June 1995)
 2. Lattice Sums and Madelung's Constant
 (May 1995)
 1. Virtual Research: the Changing Face
of Mathematics (PDF below)

(February 1995July 1997)
 5. Viscosity Solutions and Control Problems

(December 1994)
 4. Maximum Entropy Optimization

(August 1994)
 3. Subderivatives: a Survey

(February 1994)
 2. Mean Iterations: and Experimentally Induced
Identities

(August 1993)
 1. Iterative Methods for Inverse Problems*

(February 1992)
[ '*' files are less stable!]

The International Math Union's Electronic Initiatives
(July 2001)

The International Math Union's Electronic Initiatives
(September 2001, extended version)

Possible
Futures for Mathematics on the Web (Loki Jorgenson)
(June 1999)
 Inverse Symbolic
Computation: Empirical Mathematics (Revised)
(September 1998)

Doing Math on the Web: With a Piece of Pi
(March 1998)
 Inverse Symbolic
Computation: Empirical Mathematics
(September 1997)
 FPSAC'97: Three Adventures
(July 1997)

A Lecture
and
Much More About Pi
(MayOctober 1997)

Doing Mathematics on the Web
(Three related talks and The Laird
Lecture)
(March 1997 and October 1997)
 PDF Lectures
 Virtual Research:
The Changing Face of Mathematics
Introduction,
Conclusion
&
Full
Text (39 pages, PDF)
(February 1995July 1997)
Also:
Full
Text (39 pages, PS)

 Assorted Extras

A few MAPLE pictures of
Torus
Knots
SFU/CECM/~jborwein/. Last revised 25/07/03: