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Greenblatt, Michael - Department of Mathematics, Statistics, and Computer Science, University of Illinois at Chicago
Maximal averages over hypersurfaces and the Newton polyhedron Michael Greenblatt
arXiv:0804.1579v3[math.CA]9Jun2009 Oscillatory Integral Decay, Sublevel Set Growth,
An Elementary Coordinate-Dependent Local Resolution of Singularities and Applications
An Analogue to a Theorem of Fefferman and Phong for Averaging Operators Along Curves with
Newton Polygons and Local Integrability of Negative Powers of Smooth Functions in the Plane
Stability of Sublevel Set Estimates and Regularity of Radon
A Direct Resolution of Singularities for Functions of Two Variables with
Sharp Estimates for Onedimensional Oscillatory Integral Operators with C # Phase
Resolution of Singularities, Asymptotic Expansions of Integrals Over Sublevel Sets, and Applications
arXiv:0804.1579v3 Oscillatory Integral Decay, Sublevel Set Growth,
A T(1) Theorem for Singular Radon Transforms Michael Greenblatt
Sharp Estimates for One-dimensional Oscillatory Integral Operators with C
A Method for Proving L p Boundedness of Singular Radon Transforms
Simply Nondegenerate Multilinear Oscillatory Integral Operators with Smooth Phase
An Analogue to a Theorem of Fe#erman and Phong for Averaging Operators Along Curves with
A resolution of singularities algorithm for local fields of characteristic zero and some applications
arXiv:0709.2496v2[math.CA]21Sep2008 Resolution of Singularities, Asymptotic Expansions of
Maximal averages over hypersurfaces and the Newton polyhedron Michael Greenblatt
Stability of Sublevel Set Estimates and Sharp L 2 Regularity of Radon
A resolution of singularities algorithm for local fields of characteristic zero and some applications
L p boundedness of maximal averages over hypersurfaces in R 3 Michael Greenblatt
Resolution of Singularities in Two Dimensions and the Stability of Integrals
Metrics and Smoothing of TranslationInvariant Radon
Simply Nondegenerate Multilinear Oscillatory Integral Operators with Smooth Phase
arXiv:0809.0483v2[math.CA]9Jun2009 The Asymptotic Behavior of Degenerate Oscillatory
An Elementary CoordinateDependent Local Resolution of Singularities and Applications
A Direct Resolution of Singularities for Functions of Two Variables with
Resolution of Singularities in Two Dimensions and the Stability of Integrals
boundedness of maximal averages over hypersurfaces in R3 Michael Greenblatt
arXiv:0809.0483v2 The Asymptotic Behavior of Degenerate Oscillatory
Stability of Oscillatory Integral Asymptotics in Two Dimensions