By Vladimir I. Arnold

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Arnold's difficulties comprises mathematical difficulties pointed out via Vladimir Arnold in his well-known seminar at Moscow kingdom college over a number of many years. furthermore, there are difficulties released in his quite a few papers and books.

The invariable peculiarity of those difficulties was once that Arnold didn't contemplate arithmetic a video game with deductive reasoning and logos, yet part of average technology (especially of physics), i.e. an experimental technology. a lot of those difficulties are nonetheless on the frontier of study this day and are nonetheless open, or even those who are ordinarily solved retain stimulating new examine, showing each year in journals around the globe.

The moment a part of the ebook is a set of commentaries, commonly via Arnold's former scholars, at the present growth within the difficulties' strategies (featuring a bibliography encouraged via them).

This ebook could be of serious curiosity to researchers and graduate scholars in arithmetic and mathematical physics.

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Then the transversal to the stratum corresponding to fi in the base of the versal deformation defines an inclusion of the complements, and hence a homomorphism of the cohomology rings H*(f\) —>• H*(f2). ~x then H* are the cohomology rings of the braid groups with n and n—\ threads, respectively. 30 The Problems 1976-28 Moreover, the homomorphism induces the stabilization of the cohomology rings of the braid groups as n —> °°. Does a similar situation appear in general? If yes, what would be the stable cohomology ring?

1982-16. Consider a Newton polyhedron A in W and the number (J,(A) = n\ V — 52(n — 1)! Vj: + £(n — 2)! Vtj , where V is the volume under A, Vt is the volume 1982-16 The Problems 49 under A on the hyperplane x, = 0, V,j is the volume under A on the hyperplane Xi = Xj = 0, and so on. ). There is no elementary proof even for n = 2. 1982-17. Consider the boundary value problem AM = 0 in the domain bounded by a quadric (say, a hyperbola in the plane, with the boundary value 1 on one component and 0 on the other).

Xn), [JMsr = Mr. Find the minimal Mr (or Mf) which contains an element / satisfying Similar questions make sense for the field k(x\,X2, •••) with an infinite number of variables x,. 1976-35. How many connected components can the complement of a degree n algebraic hypersurface in EP* have? This is unknown already for k = 3. 1976-36. What are the possible arrangements of ovals of a plane projective curve of degree d such that the number of ovals is maximal possible, i. , equal to 1976-37. Can a planar vector field defined by two quadratic polynomials have more than 3 limit cycles?

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