Geometry of isotropic convex bodies


A priori, one would expect geometry in high-dimensional spaces to be rather complicated. Our experience in two and three dimensions seems to indicate that as the number of dimensions increases, the number of possible configurations grows rapidly, and we enter the realm of enormous, unimaginable diversity. For instance, the classification of closed two… (More)



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