Such surveys were also encouraged from other participants.
The remaining articles are either research papers in the usual sense or relatively brief announcements of results. But in these categories as well, we encouraged authors to provide more background information and references to related work than usual. Thus we hope that readers will find the volumes a source of broad perspectives on the rapidly expanding literature of geometry.
The editors themselves essayed two efforts in this direction.
Volume I begins with a problem list by S. Studies, no. Volume III begins with an overview by R. Greene of some recent trends in Riemannian geometry, in the interests of identifying themes common to the remaining papers in that volume and in outlining certain topics that, as it happened, would not otherwise have been included. We would like to thank all the participants, both for their participation in the Institute and for their prompt and abundant response to our call for papers for these Proceedings.
Wayne Drady and Ms. Susan Blyth for their invaluable on-the-spot assistance during the Institute. Without the financial support of the National Science Foundation, the Summer Institute could not have had anything like the scope it in fact attained; we are particularly grateful for their willingness to support the participation of advanced graduate students, a willingness that we believe was a valuable investment in the future of geometry.
Finally, we are indebted to the publication staff of the American Mathematical Society and particularly to Ms. Alison Buckser, Ms. Donna Harmon, and Ms. Christine Thivierge, whose unfailing patience and helpfulness made the preparation of these volumes a far easier task than it would have been otherwise. Robert E. Greene S.
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Geometry in mathematical physics and related topics/Robert Greene and S. T. Yau, (Proceedings of symposia in pure mathematics; v. 54, pt. 2) (Differential ge-. Differential Geometry: Geometry in mathematical physics and related topics, Part 2. Front Cover. Robert Everist Greene, Shing-Tung Yau. American.
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