#34: Convex Geometric Analysis
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# MSRI Publications -- Volume 34

## Convex Geometric Analysis

### Edited by
Keith Ball and Vitali Milman

Convex bodies are at once simple and amazingly rich in
structure. While the classical results go back many decades, during
the past ten years the integral geometry of convex bodies has
undergone a dramatic revitalization, brought about by the introduction
of methods, results and, most importantly, new viewpoints, from
probability theory, harmonic analysis and the geometry of
finite-dimensional normed spaces. This collection arises from an MSRI
program held in the Spring of 1996, involving researchers in classical
convex geometry, geometric functional analysis, computational
geometry, and related areas of harmonic analysis. It is representative
of the best research in a very active field that brings together ideas
from several major strands in mathematics.
**Contributors:**
S. Alesker, Christer Borell, Jean Bourgain, E. D. Gluskin,
W. T. Gowers, G. Kalai, Rafał Latała, A. E. Litvak, V. Milman,
R. Wagner, Gaoyong Zhang