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* [http://www.math.missouri.edu/~iosevich/expositorypapers.html Kakeya Lectures, and other Expository papers] (Iosevich) | * [http://www.math.missouri.edu/~iosevich/expositorypapers.html Kakeya Lectures, and other Expository papers] (Iosevich) | ||

* [http://www.math.princeton.edu/~seri/ Notes on Nonlinear Wave Equations] (Klainerman) | * [http://www.math.princeton.edu/~seri/ Notes on Nonlinear Wave Equations] (Klainerman) | ||

− | * [http://www.math.princeton.edu/~seri/homepage/papers/FinalPro.pdf | + | * [http://www.math.princeton.edu/~seri/homepage/papers/FinalPro.pdf The Evolution Problem in General Relativity] (Klainerman) |

* [http://www.math.ubc.ca/~ilaba/kakeya.html The Kakeya problem and connections to harmonic analysis] (Laba) | * [http://www.math.ubc.ca/~ilaba/kakeya.html The Kakeya problem and connections to harmonic analysis] (Laba) | ||

* [http://www.math.ubc.ca/~ilaba/tiling.html Tilings of R^n and the spectral set conjecture] (Laba) | * [http://www.math.ubc.ca/~ilaba/tiling.html Tilings of R^n and the spectral set conjecture] (Laba) |

## Revision as of 16:30, 19 October 2010

- Open problems in Harmonic Analysis
- Harmonic analysis, wavelets, and applications (Daubechies/Gilbert)
- Lectures in Harmonic Analysis and Nonlinear Wave Equations (Foschi/Klainerman)
- M391C: Wavelets: Theory and Applications (Gilbert)
- Mathematical discussions (Gowers)
- Expositions on Kakeya and arithmetic progressions (Green)
- Restriction and Kakeya Phenomena (Green)
- Kakeya Lectures, and other Expository papers (Iosevich)
- Notes on Nonlinear Wave Equations (Klainerman)
- The Evolution Problem in General Relativity (Klainerman)
- The Kakeya problem and connections to harmonic analysis (Laba)
- Tilings of R^n and the spectral set conjecture (Laba)
- Thomas Wolff’s Lectures on Harmonic Analysis (Laba/Wolff)
- 18.156: Graduate Analysis Elliptic Regularity and Monopoloes (Melrose)
- 18.157: Introduction to microlocal analysis (Melrose)
- Math 254A: Oscillatory integrals, Diagonal entries of matrices, Scattering for Schrodinger with potential (Tao)
- Math 254B: Restriction theorems, Bochner-Riesz, Kakeya, etc. (Tao)
- Math 254A: Harmonic Analysis in the phase plane (Tao)
- Math 254A: Additive combinatorics (Tao)
- 262: Combinatorial Number Theory (Vu)

Further suggestions are welcome!

Other collections of analysis notes can be found at Modern Analysis Online.