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Approximation and Learning
 in High Dimensions

October 19-21, 2007

Blocker Building, Room 120

Texas A&M University

College Station, Texas

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Mathematical learning theory  interfaces probability, approximation theory and numerical computation.  The purpose of this workshop is to bring together  the leading experts from these communities to  address their state of the art  and to also stimulate a   cross fertilization  between these areas directed at problems in learning.

Minorities, women, graduate students, and young researchers are especially encouraged to attend.


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The venue for the conference is Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas. Points of interest include: the Bush Presidential Library, which is only one of half-dozen such libraries in the United States; the campus itself, which is one of the largest in the world; and several nearby sites of historic interest for Texans.

Support provided by:

National Science Foundation
Institute for Mathematics and its Application*
Department of Mathematics (Texas A&M)

Institute for Scientific Computation (Texas A&M)
College of Science
(Texas A&M)

This conference is supported in part by the Institute for Mathematics and Its Applications  (IMA) through its Participating Institution (PI) Program. PI members may use IMA/PI funds to support travel of their personnel to this conference.

Organizing Committee:
Ronald DeVore (University of South Carolina), Vladimir Koltchinskii (Georgia Institute of Technology), Francis Narcowich (Texas A&M), Guergana Petrova (Texas A&M), Bojan Popov (Texas A&M), Steve Smale (UC Berkeley & TTIC), Joe Ward (Texas A&M), Joel Zinn (Texas A&M)

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