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By Vitali D. Milman, Gideon Schechtman

The Israeli GAFA seminar (on Geometric point of practical research) throughout the years 2002-2003 follows the lengthy culture of the former volumes. It displays the overall developments of the idea. many of the papers care for diversified points of the Asymptotic Geometric research. furthermore the amount comprises papers on comparable features of likelihood, classical Convexity and in addition Partial Differential Equations and Banach Algebras. There also are expository papers on themes which proved to be a great deal on the topic of the most subject of the seminar. One is Statistical studying thought and the opposite is types of Statistical Physics. all of the papers of this assortment are unique study papers.

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Tn . The problem is to show that for these positive ti (1 − λ + λti ) ≥ λ ti . This inequality is the special case of the Brunn–Minkowski inequality in which the set A is a unit cube and the set B is a cuboid with sides t1 , . . , tn , aligned in the same way as the cube. It is immediate because the arithmetic/geometric mean inequality shows that for each i (1 − λ) + λti ≥ tλi . As long ago as 1957, Knothe [K] gave a proof of the Brunn–Minkowski inequality which involved a kind of mass transportation.

A simple transport problem The problem is to ﬁnd a partition of R2 into sets A and B with µ(A) = µ(B) = 1/2 so as to minimise the cost of transporting A to (−1, 0) and B to (1, 0): x − (−1, 0) A 2 x − (1, 0) dµ + 2 dµ. B I claim that the best thing to do is to divide the measure µ using a line in the direction (0, 1), as shown in Figure 1. To establish the claim, we need to check that given two points (a, u) and (b, v) with a < b, it is better to move the leftmost point to (−1, 0) and the rightmost point to (1, 0), than it is to swap the order.

Let us recall the construction of the Cartan imbedding. Let θ : G → G be an involutive automorphism of a group G. Let K be the subgroup of ﬁxed points of θ. The Cartan imbedding of G/K → G is given as follows: gK → g(θg)−1 . It is easy to see that this map is well deﬁned and injective. Let us write down the Cartan imbedding explicitly in our case: f (qT ) = q(iqi−1 )−1 = [q, i]. Note that Q/T = CP = S . Thus f : Q/T = S → Q. 1 2 2 Proposition 3. The image of f coincides with S 2 = {q ∈ Q| q = t + jy + kz} ⊂ R ⊕ Cj.