Web page for Joseph F. Johnson
My office is Mendel 292-F, at Villanova.
Telephone: (610) 519-5416
E-mail: joseph.f.johnson at-0symbol yaknow villanova.edu
- Lie Algebra Cohomology and the Resolution of Certain Harish-Chandra
Modules, Mathematische Annalen, vol. 267 (1984), pp. 377-393
- Endoscopic groups and stable packets of certain derived Functor
Modules, with Jeffrey Adams in: The Selberg Trace Formula and
Related Topics, Hejhal, Sarnak, and Terras, eds., Contemporary
Mathematics vol. 53 (1986), pp. 1-10
- Endoscopic Groups and Packets of non-Tempered Representations,
with Jeffrey Adams, Compositio Mathematica, vol. 64 (1987), pp.
- Stable Base Change C/R of Certain Derived Functor Modules, Mathematische
Annalen, vol. 287 (1990), pp. 467-493
- Character Identities between Different Real Reductive Lie Groups,
Accepted, Advances in Mathematics
- Galois-twisted Euler--Poincare Characteristics of Complex Algebraic
Groups, Crelle's Journal, vol. 568 (2004), pp. 1-22.
- Thermo-dynamic Limits, Quantum Entanglement, and Non-Commutative Probability, in, Quantum Theory and Symmetries III, edited by Argyres et al., Singapore, 2004, pp. 133-143.
- Statistical Mechanics of Amplifying Apparatus , in, Proc. VIII Internat. Wigner Symposium, NYC 2003, edited by Catto and Nicolescu, to appear.
Problems of Quantum Measurement
Logical Structure of Physical Probability Assertions
I am currently visiting the University of New Hampshire and teaching
there. I will be visiting the University of Notre Dame over the summer.
At Villanova, I am on the research faculty.
Some of my
papers, and. soon, my
Genealogy Project. This is a database of mathematics thesis
advisors and their students. It is more than a little Germano-centric, for example,
it misinterprets Dirichlet's thesis experience. His adviser was
Legendre, not either Poisson or Fourier, both of whom despised
There is a wonderful site at the University of St. Andrews for mathematical
history, including biographies of more than a thousand
an index of recent relevant papers on
Quantum Information Theory maintained by the research group in Italy.
The homepage of the distinguished mathematician, and
former chair of the M.I.T. math dept., David Vogan.
An interesting to-do list of an expert in quantum statistics
A very modest proposal relevant to
Quantum Measurement formalisms of a very general nature.
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