1994 Joint Mathematics Meeting, Program by Special Session
AMS Meeting Program by Special Session
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1994 Joint Mathematics Meeting
Cincinnati, OH, January 12-15, 1994
Robert J Daverman, AMS email@example.com
Kenneth A Ross, MAA firstname.lastname@example.org
AMS Special Session on Modern Methods in Continuum Theory
Friday January 14, 1994, 8:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m.
AMS Special Session on Modern Methods in Continuum Theory, I
Inverse limits on [0,1] using tent maps and certain other piecewise linear bonding maps.
William T. Ingram*, University of Missouri, Rolla
Indecomposable arc-continua and 2-to-1 maps.
Jo Heath*, Auburn University, Auburn
On composants of indecomposable subcontinua of surfaces.
Z. Karno*, University of Warsaw, Bialystok, Poland
Homeomorphisms of inverse limit spaces of one-dimensional maps.
Marcy Barge, Montana State University
Beverly Diamond*, College of Charleston
An inverse system approach to Menger manifolds.
Kazuhiro Kawamura*, University of Saskatchewan
Rigid continua and embeddings.
Wayne Lewis*, Texas Tech University
Friday January 14, 1994, 1:00 p.m.-5:50 p.m.
AMS Special Session on Modern Methods in Continuum Theory, II
Essential plan of simple closed curves.
Marcy Barge*, Montana State University
Richard Swanson, Montana State University
The hyperspace of Peano continua in Euclidean spaces.
R. Cauty, Paris, France
T. Dobrowolski, University of Oklahoma
H. Gladdines*, Vrije University, Amsterdam
J. van Mill, Vrije University, Amsterdam
Indecomposable continua and critical points on the boundaries of Siegel disks.
James T. Rogers, Jr.*, Tulane University
Arithmetical tools in the theory of the pseudoarc and related continua.
Jerzy Mioduszewski*, Katowice, Poland
The topology of attractors.
Judy Kennedy*, University of Delaware
Accessibility of points in chainable continua.
John C. Mayer*, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Words and span-zero continua.
Wojciech Debski*, University of Saskatchewan
Nobeling space and Menger curve pseudo-interior.
A. Chigogidze, University of Saskatchewan
K. Kawamura, University of Saskatchewan
E. D. Tymchatyn*, University of Saskatchewan
Inverse limit spaces and the fixed point property.
M. M. Marsh*, California State University, Sacramento
Problems about Peano continua.
Sam B. Nadler, Jr.*, West Virginia University
Saturday January 15, 1994, 8:00 a.m.-10:50 a.m.
AMS Special Session on Modern Methods in Continuum Theory, III
Rotation sets and the prime end rotation number.
Kathleen Alligood*, George Mason University
Chaotic continua of (continuum-wise) expansive homeomorphisms and several chaoses.
Hisao Kato*, Hiroshima University, Japan
Open embeddings of Cartesian products.
K. M. Kuperberg, Auburn University, Auburn
W. Kuperberg, Auburn University
W. R.R Transue*, Auburn University, Auburn
Plane continua homogenous with respect to light open mappings.
Janusz R. Prajs*, Pedagogical University, Poland
Periodic points, inverse space limits, and arcs.
Louis Block, University of Florida
Shannon Schumann*, Eastern Oregon State College, LaGrande
The homeomorphism group of the hairy arc is one-dimensional.
Jan M. Aarts*, Delft University of Technology
Lex G. Oversteegen, University of Alabama, Birmingham
Saturday January 15, 1994, 2:15 p.m.-5:45 p.m.
AMS Special Session on Modern Methods in Continuum Theory, IV
Simply-connected plane continua have the fixed-point property.
Charles L. Hagopian*, California State University, Sacramento
Generalized disconnection numbers.
Gary A. Seldomridge*, Potomac State College
On homogeneous totally disconnected spaces.
K. Kawamura, University of Saskatchewan
L. G. Oversteegen*, University of Alabama, Birmingham
E. D. Tymchatyn, University of Saskatchewan
Splitting n-homotopy idempotents of finite polyhedra.
Alex Chigogidze*, University of Saskatchewan
On the plane fixed point question.
Harold Bell*, University of Cincinnati
A list of problems known as Houston Problem Book.
H. Cook, University of Houston, University Park
W. T. Ingram, University of Missouri, Rolla
A. Lelek*, University of Houston, University Park