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Abstract algebra
 Albert–Penico–Taft theorem ^{ [1]}
 BCdomain  ^{ [2]}
 Capelli polynomial ^{ [3]}
 Centroid of a ring ^{ [4]}
 Conic algebra (not the algebra of conic sections)^{ [5]}^{ [6]}
 Dimer algebra ^{ [7]}
 Discriminant algebra ^{ [8]}
 Group valuation (not the same as Valuation group) 
 Hstructure ^{ [9]}
 Hecke algebra of Bost and Connes [1] 
 Hopf algebra of Feynman diagrams
 Isotonicity (mathematics) (Lattice theory, etc.) 
 κalgebra, κstructure
 Kronecker function ring
 Larson order ^{ [10]}
 Levi's reduction process [2]
 Martindale's theorem ^{ [11]}
 Mixed discriminant
 Module index [3]
 Morita context 
 Multiplicative filter
 Nagata–Higman theorem ^{ [12]}
 Oort embedding theorem
 Onsager algebra
 Penico series ^{ [13]}
 Polynomial composition ^{ [14]}
 Predicative arithmetic
 Principle of permanence of identities 
 Principle of specialization of integral dependence
 Quasiassociative algebra
 Quaternionic roots of polynomials
 Pseudoorthonormal basis – needed to link to from WP, a widely used term, a generalization of but distinct from orthonormal basis in that it allows an indefinite nondegenerate bilinear form.
 RCalgebra ^{ [15]}
 Regular basis
 Riesz interpolation property (interpolation property in an ordered abelian group, mentioned in approximately finite dimensional C*algebra; weakly unperforated, a related property with ordered abelian semigroups, is listed below)
 Ring of constructible functions^{ [16]}
 Ring of divided congruences
 Ringfield (math structure in which div and mul are same operation, should have nice de Moivre complex exponential change in div mul phase?!)
 RL–condition for Hopf algebra ^{ [17]}
 Samuel's conjecture
 semitropical algebra^{ [18]}
 Sikorski extension theorem  ^{ [19]}^{ [20]}
 Singularity category
 Skewsymmetric ring
 Skolem ring ^{ [21]}
 Swan module ^{ [22]}
 Syntactic algebra, Syntactic ideal ^{ [23]}
 Tate–Oort algebra ^{ [10]}
 Taylor–Dix theorem (isosceles triangles)
 Weak Cayley table group
 Weakly injective module (maybe redirect?)
 Weakly projective module
 Weakly unperforated
 YangBaxter operator
 Z.P.I. ring ^{ [24]}
Algebraic geometry
 adic space ^{ [25]}
 ALE surface
 algebraic variety of general type (maybe redirect?)
 Batyrev–Borisov mirror construction 
 bunched ring [4]
 Central quadric 
 Chow regularity theorem
 Conical curve (note that this is not the same as conic section)
 Convergent cohomology, convergent topos
 Coregular space ^{ [26]}
 Darboux cyclide  quartic surface, usually in 3D x,y,z space with points p(x,y,z): , where Q is quadric and L is linear. These include Dupin cyclides and parabolic cyclides, and also quadric surfaces.
 Deligne pairing
 Drinfeld compactification
 Equisingular connection
 Fconjecture
 Feynman motive ^{ [27]}
 Formal quantization
 Futaki invariant
 Gabber rigidity theorem
 Galois deformation 
 Gersten's conjecture ^{ [28]}
 Grothendieck–Springer simultaneous resolution
 Harder–Narasimhan filtration
 Hodge stack
 Homstack
 Impose independent conditions
 Incidence variety
 Iwahori's theorem
 Kodaira lemma
 Kontsevich moduli stack
 Kuga–Satake abelian variety
 Levi extension theorem 
 Landau variety ^{ [27]}
 Logarithmic differential operator
 Luna–Vust theory ^{ [29]}
 MacPherson's local Euler obstruction
 Modularity lifting theorem
 Mori's bend and break argument (cf. [5])
 Motivic complex [6]
 Mumford relations
 Noether–Lefschetz number
 Noether's factorization theorem
 Optimal basis
 Orbifold cohomology
 Parabolic Higgs bundle
 Positroid variety ^{ [30]}
 Postulation (algebraic geometry)
 Procesi bundle
 Purity lemma 
 Quantum Schubert calculus
 Quasiparabolic bundle, Quasiparabolic homomorphism
 Radiciel morphism
 Relatively ample invertible sheaf 
 Relative quantization
 Samaksh(Sammy's) Conjecture
 Semiabelian variety (currently a redirect)
 Serre's intersection formula [7] (redirect is ok)
 Serre's invariant
 Severi bound
 Shatz stratification
 Simple algebraic group 
 Skoda's theorem on ideal generation (perhaps a redirect)
 Sommese vanishing theorem
 Speciality function 
 Strominger–Yau–Zaslow conjecture
 Tame stack
 Triangle midsegment theorem
 Uncertain geometry (paper 2008 Simon Jackson commutative representation of Quantum Mechanics?)  also listed under "Differential geometry and topology" and under "Geometry".
 Weak factorization conjecture
 Welschinger invariant ^{ [31]}^{ [32]}
Algorithms

Wolf and Pate correlation (capillary tubes)

LPLS (extends Partial Least Squares regression to 3 connected data blocks)

OPLSDA (Orthogonal Projections to Latent Structures  Discriminant Analysis) (Partial Least Squares with discrete variables)
Applied mathematics
 Analog sum (actuarial mathematics)
 Game theory in cancer research  somatic evolution in cancer
 List of applied mathematicians
 List of mathematical biophysicists
 List of mathematical physicists
 Mathematical genomics 
 Nucleotide polymorphism (population genetics, is Singlenucleotide polymorphism sufficient?)
 Rational mechanics  (currently redirects to a Disambiguation neither Classical mechanics or Clifford Truesdell mentions the exact phrase)
 Ultracomplexity  higherdimensional algebra
 Kolmogorov population model (mathematical and theoretical biology) ( http://homepage.univie.ac.at/Karl.Sigmund/Kolmogorov.pdf)
Approximation theory
Arithmetic geometry
 Anderson motive
 Automorphic vector bundle  the notion due to Milne?
 Capacity pairing
 Dieudonné–Manin classification
 Discriminant of an elliptic curve
 Endomotive  ^{ [33]}
 Finiteness theorem of Faltings
 Frobenius flow ^{ [34]}
 Galois representation associated to a modular form
 Generalized elliptic curve
 Horizontal divisor
 Shimura–Shintani–Waldspurger correspondence
 Skolem–Abouzaid theorem ^{ [35]}
Books
(Highspeed mathematics is a book by Lester Meyers, originally published in 1947. It presents "shortcuts and timesaving methods of doing mathematical calculations".)
Calculus of variations
Category theory
 Arrow function
 Atomic topos
 Bartosz Milewski
 Coamoeba ^{ [36]}
 Compactly generated category
 Constructible object
 Coquasitriangular Hopf algebra
 Cylinder functor
 Doctrine (category theory) (cf. http://ncatlab.org/nlab/show/doctrine)
 Double algebroid s  higher dimensional algebra
 Dual functor ( Opposite functor)
 Effective epimorphism
 Final coalgebra (to be contrasted with initial algebra and linked with anamorphism as initial algebra is linked from catamorphism)
 Homotopy quantum field theory
 Isbell duality  mentioned at John R. Isbell, discussed at nLab
 Intertwining operators relations and number
 Lax algebra 
 Lax monad 
 Linear functor
 Loop category
 Mal'cev category 
 Monadic length
 Prefunctor
 Prorepresentable functor
 Protomodular category 
 Quasiinverse functor
 Ultracomplexity  higher dimensional algebra
 Waldhausen localization
 Yoneda ext / Yoneda Ext / Yoneda Extalgebra / Yoneda Ext algebra (cf. Extalgebra)
Coding theory
 Coding lemma
 Disguise operation
 Scroll code  ^{ [37]}
Combinatorics
 Bilinear generating function
 Christoffel word
 Core partition
 Entropic discriminant ^{ [38]}
 Hamming ball*
 Gilles Schaeffer Mathematician, recipient of European Prize in Combinatorics 2007, http://www.lix.polytechnique.fr/~schaeffe/indexen.html
 Gowers' dichotomy
 Greedoid language ^{ [39]}
 Lecture hall partition, a type of integer partition
 MacMahon squares
 Middle levels conjecture Is there a Hamiltonian path in the graph defined by bitstrings with of length 2n+1 with n or n+1 ones (with an edge between any two vertices for which the corresponding bitstrings differ in exactly one bit)? Note: resolved. [8]
 MacNeish's Conjecture [9];
 Metric Inequality
 Park–Park–Song–Suehiro sequences ^{ [40]}
 Polynomial Szemerédi theorems
 Positroid ^{ [41]}
 RayChaudhuri–Wilson theorem about set intersections
 Semimodular function
 Jay Elroy Sulzberger
 Sylvester's bijection, an explicit bijection between strict partitions and odd partitions
 Terminal series
 Toeplitz word
 Gyration series
Complex analysis
 Artin's theorem on the solutions of analytic equations
 Bernstein–Walsh lemma
 Boettcher coordinate (currently redirects to Boettcher equation, the correct spelling of the name is Böttcher)
 Equilibrium measure 
 Fatou coordinate  see Fatou coordinate
 Formal Newton series
 Fuchsian uniformisation ^{ [42]}
 Hyperbolic components
 Hyperbolicity (complex geometry) (not the same as Gromov hyperbolic space, could be included in Kobayashi metric)
 Koebe function currently a redirect
 Kuranishi space
 (Louis) Brands Formula
 Neumann operator
 Natural coordinate system
 Paving lemma
 Polysign numbers
 Proper mapping theorem
 Recursive filter (IIR) float accuracy problem
 Schlicht function currently a redirect
 Schottky uniformisation ^{ [43]}
 Z plane as corresponding to Z transforms as used in control engineering
Complexity theory
Convex analysis / Optimization
 Chordal sparsity
 Constrained conjugate gradient / Conjugate gradient with barriers (how does the barrier effects the conjugate gradient solution) 
 Error surface (see, e.g., [10]) 
 Forward backward algorithm (operator splitting) (see same reference as for POCS)
 Hildrethd'Esposo algorithm  [11] [12]
 Hopscotch method 
 Noisy optimization 
 Parameter errors in nonlinear regression mentioned here
 Preference description language (see, e.g., [13] (pdf)) 
 Roman Polyak 
 Waterfilling theorem 
Cryptography
 Comp128v2
 Hierarchical HashChain Broadcast Encryption Scheme  see paper and glossary (further docs available in 'broadband bundle')
 LASH (cryptography) see paper, NIST 2006 workshop, cryptoanalysis, analysis(2), authors PhD. thesis, (german) Diplomathesis about LASH (see 4.3.2)
 Multilinear modular hashing
 Online/offline signature [14]
 Patterson's algorithm
 Pseudo random large bit sequence using XOR feedback
 Range proof
 Ratcheting (cryptography)  Disambiguate from Ratcheting. Redirect from Ratcheted encryption, Key ratcheting, and Ratcheted key exchange. Wikilink from Double Ratchet algorithm. See Signal: Advanced cryptographic ratcheting, Cryptography Stack Exchange: What is a ratchet?, and Ratcheted Encryption and Key Exchange: The Security of Messaging.
 The CardChameleon Cipher  see source
 Postcompromise security or otherwise known as Future secrecy (similar to but more advanced than Forward secrecy), a category of encryption whereby individual messages can not be decrypted even when an attacker breaks a single key  they need to intercept all messages in order to do so. This is apparently a feature of the Signal protocol and also mentioned in Double ratchet algorithm.
 Lightweight cryptography, or cryptography on embedded systems. NIST has a competition for this.
 Ascon (cryptography)  a family of lightweight algorithms for authenticated encryption and hashing. Went well in the CAESAR competition.
Deformation theory
Differential equations
 Applications of conformal mapping
 Calderon's uniqueness theorem
 Carleman estimates
 Differential Gröbner basis
 Extended linearity principle
 Fokas method (unified transform method) (the method for solving partial differential equations published by Athanassios S. Fokas in 1997 ^{ [44]}, which was part of the work for which he was awarded the Naylor Prize in 2000 and which has given rise to a considerable literature)
 Fuchsian system ^{ [45]}
 Heaviside transform
 Green current ^{ [46]}
 Involutive form
 Microdifferential operator
 Point symmetries
 quantum differential equation
 Quasilinearization, a technique for solving boundary value problems, e.g., [15]
 semilinear wave equation, a generalization of the classical wave equation, e.g., [16]
 Singular limit
 Stehfest algorithm for inverse Laplace transform
 Universal limit theorem
Please make a page on linearization of ordinary differential equations. More precisely, consider the system x dot = f(x,u,t) wherex and u are vectors. Then it is a standard result used in the theroy of control systems (in engineering disciplinnes) that it can be linearized as
x dot = Ax + Bu where A = partial f / partial x and B = partial / partial u.
However, in the engineeiring books or web resources no proof is offered for it. Many textbooks cite the following book [*] as a reference for its proof, but unfortunately I do not have access to it. In the engineering dield many researchers will benefir from its proof.
[*] H. Amann. Ordinary Differential Equations: An Introduction to Nonlinear Analysis, volume 13 of De Gruyter Studies in Mathematics. De Gruyter, Berlin  New York, 1990. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 151.238.150.222 ( talk • contribs) 20:12, 11 October 2015
 This is a simple application of the concept of a Total derivative. Whether there is justification for having a whole article on the specific application you have in mind I am not sure. The editor who uses the pseudonym " JamesBWatson" ( talk) 14:59, 13 October 2015 (UTC)
Differential geometry and topology
 Birkhoff curve shortening process 
 Bitensor 
 Cartan–Tits ﬁxed point theorem
 Casson–Donaldson invariant
 clean intersection
 Colding–Minicozzi theorem on embedded minimal surfaces [17] [18] [19]
 Conjugate locus 
 Formality conjecture
 geometric Satake correspondence
 Bounded geometry (in the sense of Gromov)
 Grothendieck lemma 
 Groenewold–van Hove's no go theorem (maybe redirect)
 Hamilton's compactness theorem 
 Hamilton's tensor maximum principle 
 Heat equation proof of the Atiyah–Singer index theorem
 Hopf problem (source: arXiv: 1708.01068). This is the open problem of whether there is a complex structure on the 6sphere.
 Initial submanifold
 Lacunary principle
 Lefschetz decomposition 
 Light cone quantization 
 Metric measure space
 Mukai vector
 Multijet (mathematics)
 Natural bilinear concomitant 
 Newstead–Ramanan conjecture  [20]
 Nonlinear connection 
 Orientation bundle 
 Pfaffian line bundle
 Partial tangent functor 
 Pseudofunction and partie finie (with redirects from Hadamard's partie finie, * Hadamard's finite part) 
 Pseudospherical surface now redirects to pseudosphere but there are many more pseudo spherical surfaces (of which 2 types are smooth ones) see https://webot.org/info/en/?search=Talk:Pseudosphere#Pseudospherical_surface_redirects_wrongly_to_this_page
 Quantum knot
 quantum tangle
 Randers manifold 
 Reshetikhin–Turaev tangle calculus
 Ricci's lemma 
 Symplectic connection 
 Tight surface (see, for example, [21]) 
 Total surgery obstruction
 Transvection (geometry)
 Uncertain geometry (paper 2008 Simon Jackson commutative representation of Quantum Mechanics?)  also listed under "Algebraic geometry" and under "Geometry".
 Weyl's theorem on invariants (cf. [22])
 Whitney forms 
Dynamical systems
 Aubry–Mather theory 
 Twist maps (see, e.g., [23]; related to Aubry–Mather theory; classic example is Dynamical billiards, although that page does not contain this perspective)
 CARIMA model 
 Denef–Loeser zeta function or topological zeta function
 Dimension theory of dynamical systems 
 Earthquake flow ^{ [47]}
 Kolmogorov model, a more generalised form of the Lotka–Volterra equations (cited at end of the lead)
 Lifshitz sphere (reference to Casimir effect through Evgeny Lifshitz?)
 Nilflow, e.g., as studied by Bill Parry (mathematician)
 Palis conjecture (finitude of attractors)^{ [48]} [24]
 Perioddoubling monoid  currently redirects to De Rham curve#Properties
 Pseudotorus ^{ [49]}
 Topological pressure ^{ [50]}
 Wiener's ergodic theorem (ergodic theorems for actions; see [25]) 
 Zeeman catastrophe machine (see, e.g., [26])
Elementary arithmetic
 1+1(Elementary arithmetic)( ja:1+1)
 Proportion, see the page content currently being overshadowed by a redirect, and the talk page for the entry.
Functional analysis
 Angelic space 
 Bartle–Dunford–Schwartz theorem 
 Brown–Douglas–Fillmore theory (classification of essentially normal operators by their essential spectrum and Fredholm index; introduces also a Khomology, a homology theory on topological spaces defined using C*extensions.)
 Cayley–Neumann transformation ^{ [51]}
 Choi–Effros lifting theorem (stating that a *homomorphism, from a C*algebra into a quotient has a completely positive lift if the *homomorhism is nuclear, in particular when the C*algebra is nuclear.)
 Choi–Effros theorem for operator systems (abstract characterization of operator systems, plays the same role as the GNS theorem for C*algebras.)
 Codistribution 
 Collectively compact linear operators
 Complete convergence 
 Convenient analysis 
 Finite representability 
 Fundamental lemma of interpolation theory ^{ [52]}
 Fundamental period 
 Fragmentability 
 Hermite–Gaussian 
 Kac–Takesaki operator
 Modular operator  ( Modulo operator)
 Namioka's theorem [27] 
 Nehari's theorem 
 Nekrasov's integral equation describes surface waves and is named for Aleksandr Nekrasov. See, for example, Kuznetsov's article on John Wehausen [28] or this issue in the Mathematica Journal [29] or the entry in the EOM [30]. The Google turns up plenty more articles citing Nekrsov's work.
 Nonlinear operator theory 
 Potapov–Ginzburg transformation ^{ [51]}
 Prime Banach space 
 Pseudomeasure Ref: [31]
 Quasihyperbolic metric 
 Quasinuclear operator 
 Quaternionic Hilbert space  (see, e.g., [32] and [33])
 Stampacchia theorem 
 Superreflexive space (or * superreflexive space) 
 Symbol filtered algebra 
 Tensor product of C*algebras
 Uniformly smooth Banach space 
 Voiculescu's theorem (stating that if the image a representation of a concrete C*algebra does not contain any compact operators, then, up to unitary equivalence modulo the compacts, it is absorbed by the identity representation as a direct summand.)
Field theory
 Baer–Krull correspondence
 Brauer field ^{ [53]}^{ [54]}
 Brauer–Witt theorem
 Dedekind field ^{ [55]}
 Frobenius field ^{ [56]}
 Kaplansky field  ^{ [54]}
 Kronecker conjugacy, Kronecker class ^{ [57]}
 Locality (field)
 Pasch field
 Pólya field ^{ [58]}
 PreHilbert field ^{ [59]}
 Quadratic form scheme ^{ [60]}
 Ramification pairing
 Saturated field
Galois theory
 Automorphic Galois representation
 Class invariant homomorphism (due to Waterhouse)
 Tate–Nakayama duality
Game theory
 Marketmaking in a Panopticon (by Sandler)
 Multiperturbation Shapley value analysis ( MSA)
 Average Cost Threshold Protocol (A protocol for the funding of public goods) ( [34])
 Timeless decision theory
Geometry
 Linecube intersection
 Ammann tilings
 Anisotropic triangles
 Antipodal symmetry
 Apeirogonal dipyramid (apeirogonal prism dual)
 Bourgain's conjecture [35]
 Brokard's theorem (projective geometry)
 Circle plane
 Construction of conic sections 00:31, 17 March 2011 (UTC)
 Cutandproject 
 Decakismyriagon
 Diametral circle
 Diametral lens
 Differences between a catenary, parabola, and hyperbola
 Divider dimension
 Euler segment
 Geometric figures or List of common geometric figures. As it is, I can't find the names of some simple figures. I shouldn't have to go searching and searching in "polygons" and "curvilinear figures" and "threedimensional figures." A simple list or table with illustrations and either short descriptions or Wikipedia links would be fine. I'm not looking for some complicated technically correct dense mathematical discussion, just a way to find out the basics.
 Geometric triality, briefly mentioned at triality but a different concept
 Haruki's lemma
 Hexad
 Milnor's theorem [36] Note: half the theorem is stated at Growth rate (group theory), I don't think much more is needed apart from adding the other half and maybe a redirect (with a more precise page name then simply "Milnor's theorem).
 Mixed geometry
 Model set (cf Harmonious set)
 Longuerre's theorem
 Nesting polygons
 Noncommutative plane
 Operational mathematics
 Parabolic spandrel
 Pentacontahenagon
 Peritrochoid
 Petersen–Schoute theorem ^{ [61]}
 Quasilattice
 Purser's theorem From http://mathworld.wolfram.com/PursersTheorem.html but I don't understand how one chooses those signs. So a bit clearer statement is needed.
 Simons cone [37]
 Shape grammar theory
 Stevanović's Circle http://mathworld.wolfram.com/StevanovicCircle.html
 Tripling a square
 Theory of proportions
 Triangle midsegment conjecture (see [38], should probably be a redirect)
 Uncertain geometry (paper 2008 Simon Jackson commutative representation of Quantum Mechanics?)  also listed under "Algebraic geometry" and under "Differential geometry and topology".
 Weak separation property (fractal geometry)
 directed angles, an extremely useful result in euclidean geometry, simplifying many problems.
 Wise's conjecture, explanation on https://ldtopology.wordpress.com/2012/03/06/wisesconjecture/, in fact there should probably be a page on CAT(0) cube complexes or at least a section in the page for CAT(0) space, which would include this.
 Geometric manifold
 Sutured manifold (could probably be a redirect to Thurston norm, though the page currently lacks substantial info on the topic and should be edited before such a redirect)
Graph theory
 Confusion graph^{ [62]}, also Confusability graph^{ [63]}
 Connection matrix
 Dark geometry
 Dynamic segmentation
 Elimination order
 Ellentuck's theorem
 Explosive percolation
 Filled graph
 Frerejaque number
 Generalized net (extension to Petri net)
 Implicit and explicit domain and range
 Longest circuit
 Massdistance relation
 Maximum vertex biclique
 Midquad
 Minimum broadcast graph
 Minimum semidefinite rank of a graph
 Minimum skew rank of a graph
 Plabic graph ^{ [64]}
 Restriction scaffold problem
 Surface class
 Toppling ideal ^{ [65]}
 Tree measure / Tree metric
 Topological Tutte polynomial  ^{ [66]}
 Uniconnected subgraph
 Welsh–Powell algorithm^{ [67]}
Group theory
 Cliquet theory
 Floretion (Numbers with digits 1,2,4,7 when written in base 8, equipped with group multiplication [39], could also be in Abstract Algebra or Number Theory. For floretions of order 1 (quaternions) or 2, see Mathar, R. [40] and [41])
 Garside theory
 Melnikov group ^{ [68]}
 Recoupling theory
 Reidemeister–Schreier rewriting process
 Repeating group
 Schreier basis, Schreier system ^{ [69]}
 Singer cycle (should be in Geometry of field planes)
 Uniform propgroup
Harmonic analysis
 Harmonic regression analysis
 Higherorder Fourier analysis ^{ [70]}
 Kunze–Stein operator
 Nilsequence ^{ [71]}
 Parahoric Hecke algebra
 Polynomial phase ^{ [71]}
History of mathematics and other cultural aspects
Ancient Chinese finger counting  [42] gives the basic numbering  but how do you do multiplication, division etc.? — Calculus reform —
 Chicago movement  [43]  about the efforts to unify math curriculum in secondary schools in Illinois
 Etymology of mathematical notation —
 History of one million
 Hungarian mathematics [44] —
 List of mathematical notation by country A table containing each country's standard symbols for math expressions
 Rigorization of analysis , usually referred to in 19th century —
 economics of reason
History of mathematics Journals
 Gaṇita Bhāratī
 Journal of the British Society for the History of Mathematics see 1
 Revista Brasileira de História da Matemática
Homological algebra
Integrable systems
K theory
 Additive dilogarithm
 Arithmetic Ktheory
 cyclotomic trace
 Dirac morphism
 Etheory of Higson and Connes, e.g., Equivariant Etheory for C*algebras
 Geometric Ktheory
 Grothendieck period conjecture
 Levine's localisation theorem
 Motivic fundamental group
 padic Ktheory
 Quillen's localization theorem
 Suslin's rigidity theorem
 (equivariant) Tamagawa number conjecture (currently a redirect)
 Tate spectrum [45]
Lie groups, Algebraic groups / Lie algebras
 12j symbol
 15j symbol
 Belavin–Drinfeld classification
 Borel density theorem
 Cartan calculus [46] (maybe redirect?) 
 Cartan–Iwahori decomposition This is the nonarchimedian version of the Cartan decomposition for real Lie groups; probably should be a redirect to this page after the relevant content is added.
 Casimir connection
 Contact Lie group
 Deligne groupoid
 Dynkin's πsystem
 Formality theorem
 Kac diagram
 Kazama–Suzuki supercharge operator
 Klimyk's formula 
 Kostant section
 Kostant–Weierstrass slice
 Lacing number
 Lie colour algebra ^{ [72]}
 Motivic Lie algebra
 Olshanskii semigroup
 padic Lie group (currently a redirect, gets half a sentence) 
 Polar representation [47]
 Primitive invariant 
 RacahWigner algebra 
 Racah's multiplicity formula 
 Slodowy slice
 θgroup
 Uhlenbeck space
 Wakimoto module
 zextension
Linear algebra
 Anderson–Jury Bezoutian [48]
 Anisotropic group [49]
 Fast Givens rotation 
 Horn's conjecture (on Hermitian matrices proved by Tao) 
 Hotelling deflation 
 Leading 1 
 Levitzki's theorem (not the same as Levitzky's theorem or Amitsur–Levitzki theorem or Hopkins–Levitzki theorem) ^{ [73]}
 Loewner matrix 
 Matrix lumping 
 Monotone matrix function 
 Nazarova–Roiter algorithm 
 Point matrix 
 Test matrix 
 scheduled relaxation Jacobi method  [50]
 Kruskal rank 
doi: 10.1016/j.jcp.2014.06.010
Mathematical analysis
 Approximately continuous function
 Bernstein–Walsh theorem 
 Cauchy's estimate (currently redirected to * Taylor's theorem)
 Central function
 Dyadic derivative
 Exhaustion function (in the sense, for example, a Stein manifold admits an plurisubharmonic exhaustion function) 
 Friedrichs' lemma
 Lagrangian distribution
 Percent recovery
 Strong–Riesz mean
 Ultradistribution [51]
 Whittaker–Watson formula
 Division by infinity: Indeterminate form, Cantor's Theorem, Welldefined
 Newton integral
 Bourbaki integral
Mathematics education
 Guy Brousseau  Theory of didactical situations  Jeremy Kilpatrick  ICMI Awards  ** Michèle Artigue  Didactic engineering  Raymond Duval
 Pauls Online Math Notes
 Girls' Angle: A Math Club for Girls
 Quantrell Award  “The Quantrell Award is believed to be the nation’s oldest prize for undergraduate teaching. Based on letters of nomination from students, the award is among the most treasured by faculty. Nobel Laureate James Cronin, University Professor in Physics, said he was “bowled over to be receiving this Quantrell prize.” from https://www.uchicago.edu/about/accolades/35/
Mathematical logic
Mathematical physics
 Belavin–Knizhnik theorem, Holomorphic anomaly ^{ [74]}
 Belavin Smatrix ^{ [75]}
 Coleman's Principle
 Epsilonexpansion
 Chiral integral
 KustaanheimoStiefel transform ^{ [76]} (See: Universal variable formulation)
 Lifshitz sphere
 Sugawara construction
 STU model
 Uhlenbeck's weak compactness theorem
 Arnold web [52]
 Johar M. Ashfaque[RSS Fellow, MInstP, AMIMA, Data Scientist, Mathematical Physicist]
Mathematicians
Prior to creating an article, any biographical details can be added to: Wikipedia:WikiProject Mathematics/missing mathematicians.
A–G
Gottfried Achemmel Takashi Agoh ( Agoh–Giuga conjecture)
 William Kenneth Allard [53]
 Gregory Balk
 Antony Bartholomay
 Bonaventure Berloty
Mitya Boyarchenko Margaret Edward Boyle [54]
 Yann Brenier
 David Burns (mathematician) (the mathematician)
 Buttimore, Nigel Mathsphysicists, Professor Emeritus, Fellow Emeritus, Trinity College, University of Dublin, Departmental Homepage
 Gulbank Don Chakerian ( USA)
 Seokjeong Choi (16461715) Korean aristocrat and author of GuSuRyak
 Louis Crane
 Hernandez David, [ [55]]
 Eric Dollard
 John Duncan (mathematician) (the mathematician)
 Bas Edixhoven  See fr:Bas Edixhoven, de:Bas Edixhoven
 Edward Effros ( AMS Notices: Remembrances of Edward G. Effros)
 William N. Everitt – William Everitt – mathematician
Jonathan David Farley Giovanni Felder
 Zuming Feng
 Achim Flammenkamp home page
 J. Franel ( France – 19th century– 20th century) ? Jérôme Franel (1859–1939), Swiss mathematician
 Carl August Adolph Gauss – grandson of Carl Friedrich Gauss (1849–1927)
 Sergei Gelfand
 Giuseppe Giuga ( Agoh–Giuga conjecture, Giuga number)
 James F. Glazebrook
 Rajaram Goundar
 Georges Gras
Benjamin Greenleaf(17861864) ^{ [77]} Otto Grün  ^{ [78]}
 James Grime
H–N
 Hamakiotes, Asimina (Young mathematician and studentathlete, attends Macaulay Honors at Baruch College and has conducted research in Number Theory at Oregon State University and Texas A&M University, has presented at math conferences, coauthor of Etaquotients of Prime or Semiprime Level and Elliptic Curves, studied abroad in one of the best math program in the world, Budapest Semesters in Mathematics. She has also worked in finance and won second place in the biggest intercollegiate trading competition Traders@MIT 2017.)( https://arxiv.org/abs/1901.10511, https://www.baruch.cuny.edu/BaruchCollegeStudentAcceptedtoNSFResearchExperience.htm, http://math.oregonstate.edu/~math_reu/reucv.html, https://www.baruch.cuny.edu/WeissmanStudentAwardedNSFREU2019.htm, https://macaulay.cuny.edu/uncategorized/newopportunitiesasiminahamakiotes19baruch/, https://www.baruch.cuny.edu/BaruchCollegeDominatesTradersMITFallIntercollegiateTradingCompetition.htm)
 Denis Hanson ( Bertrand's postulate#Generalizations)
 Heintze, Ernst
 Melvin Henriksen ( Pierce–Birkhoff conjecture, Leonard Gillman#Biography)
 Hildebrandt, Theophil Henry (T. H.)
 Hirsch, Warren author of the Hirsch conjecture, [ NYU obituary]
 Helmut Hofer, a founder of symplectic topology, IAS announcement – he's not this samenamed Helmut Hofer
 Jaffard, Paul
 Jarvis, Frazer
 Katsevich, Gene
 Kaull, Donald
 Kelley, Kyle
 Kempf, Dr. Karl
 Kim, Myunghwan
 Kings, Guido
 Muhammad ibn Muhammad alFullani alKishnawi
 Knoer, Alvin
 Knus, MaxAlbert (algebraist)
 Kominers, Scott Duke
 Kozlov, Dmitry (Notable mathematician, recipient of following prizes: European Prize in Combinatorics, 2005, Wallenberg prize 2003, Goran Gustafsson prize 2004) ( https://webot.org/info/en/?search=European_Prize_in_Combinatorics, https://sv.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wallenbergpriset, http://gustafssonsstiftelser.se/sid4/stiftelse1uukth/pristagare/tidigarepristagareuukth/, http://www.alta.unibremen.de/members/dfk/)
 Kreyszig, Herbert
 Langberg, Valerie
 Lansey, Jonathan
 Legnani, Tom
 Linderholm, Carl
 Liu, Qing (the mathematician)
 Lockhart, Paul (mathematical educator)
 Mandel, Stefan Romanian, ran a "lotto syndicate" that bought out the Virginia lottery in the 90s
 Mircea M. Marinescu  physicist
 Mad Mathmos (a group at Cambridge University)
 Matsumura, Hideyuki
 Mazzeo, Rafe  Mathematician, currently a Department Chair at the Mathematics Department at Stanford University [56]. He obtained his PhD at MIT in 1986 under R.B. Melrose [57]. His research areas are Differential Geometry, Microlocal Analysis, and Partial Differential Equations [58]. He published over 100 mathematics papers in many prestigious journals [59], [60], including Annals of Mathematics [61]. His work has been cited over 5000 times [62]. He is the founder of the Stanford University Mathematics Camp [63] This entry was added on the 16th of November, 2020.
 Michal, Aristotle
 Murphy, Timothy G. Mathemitican working in the area of Group Representations, Professor Emeritus, Trinity College, University of Dublin Departmental webpage
 Nicoara, Andreea C.
 Norden, Aleksandr Petrovich
 Lester Meyers (The author of " Highspeed mathematics", Lester Meyers was born in 1902.)
O–Z
 Pang, JongShi – Prizewinning American mathematician at University of Illinois.
 Papin, Isaac q.v. fr:Isaac Papin
 Pemantle, Robin  Rollo Davidson Prize winner, Professor at UPenn
 Pillay, Anand  Professor of Mathematics at the University of Notre Dame. See ominimality.
 Pimenov, Revolt Ivanovich
 E. G. Poznyak (also E. G. Pozniak) – Soviet mathematician, he wrote many articles on the Soviet Encyclopedia of Mathematics. http://ru.wikipedia.org/wiki/Позняк,_Эдуард_Генрихович
 Prabhakar, Tilak Raj
 Ross, Sheldon
 Saito, Shuji
 Sato, Kanemoto
 Schedler, Travis
 Agnes Mary Scott [64]
 Sendova, Eugenia
 Shult, Ernest
 Ivan Stephen Sokolnikoff (Russian, Ph.D. 1930 University of Wisconsin, ended career teaching at U.C.L.A)
 William Spence (mathematician) (he of Spence's function, Scottish mathematician 1777–1815 [65], disambiguation from other WS's needed)
 Stone, Lawrence D. Recipient of the 1975 Frederick W. Lanchester Prize (INFORMS)
 Eva Marie Strawbridge
 Szamuely, Tamás
 Tamagawa, Akio
 Michael Tsfasman , TsfasmanVladutZink bound, NiederreiterRosenbloomTsfasman metrics
 Garret N. Vanderplaats – active in optimization, winner of Wright Brothers Medal
 Venjakob, Otmar
 Verma, Sudarshan
 Vieille, Nicholas  Recipient of the 2003 Frederick W. Lanchester Prize (INFORMS)
 Voronov, Alexander A.  Fellow of the American Mathematical Society [66], 2012 Simons Fellow in Mathematics [67], Professor at the University of Minnesota [68] (see Mumford measure)
 Wiegand, Roger (see Sylvia Wiegand)
 Willis, George (see Totally disconnected group)
 Wunderlich, Walter
 Yuri Yatsenko
 Yetter, David N. (see HOMFLY_polynomial)
 Zacks, Shelemyahu
 Zygmunt Zahorski
 Yuri Zarhin
Matrices
 Centered in describing the columns or rows of a matrix ^{[ clarification needed]} (Is this different from Centering matrix?)
 Contraction equivalence ^{ [79]}
 Matrixmatrix transport 
 Mixed discriminant ^{ [80]}
 Term rank ^{ [81]}
 Pseudo covariance (Also called of "complementary covariance". The pseudocovariance is defined whenever a complex random vector z and its conjugate z* are correlated, making the covariance matrix C = cov(z) = E zz^H not describe entirely the second order statistics of z)
Measure theory
Number theory
^{ [82]} ^{ [83]}
 32760_(number)  lowest number evenly divisible by all integers from 1 to 16; factorisation 2 * 2 * 2 * 3 * 3 * 5 * 7 * 13. [Comment: 32760 is not divisible by 16 or 11. The correct lowest number divisible by 1 through 16 is 720720.]
 7920 (number)  see http://www.numbergossip.com/7920  as far as I can see, the only unique thing about this number is that it's the order of the smallest sporadic simple group
Elementary number theory
 Payam number  Payam Number MathWorld, A coordinated search for primes in the Payam number series
 Primegenerating polynomial — currently redirects to Formula for primes#Prime formulas and polynomial functions
 Factoriangular number (A factoriangular number is a sum of corresponding factorial and triangular number.)  See https://oeis.org/A101292 http://www.apjmr.com/wpcontent/uploads/2015/10/APJMR20153.4.1.02.pdf http://www.apjmr.com/wpcontent/uploads/2015/10/APJMR20153.4.2.15.pdf http://www.apjmr.com/wpcontent/uploads/2015/10/APJMR20153.4.3.04.pdf http://www.apjmr.com/wpcontent/uploads/2015/10/APJMR20153.4.3.22.pdf
Algebraic number theory
 Abelian polynomial theorem 
 Bayer–Neukirch theorem 
 Borel regulator 
 Brandt module 
 Capitulation kernel
 Chinburg invariant
 Coleman power series 
 Explicit class field theory 
 Hida family
 Hopf order
 Kato–Swan conductor
 Knot group (number theory)  (not the topological Knot group)^{ [84]}
 Kronecker equivalence ^{ [85]}
 Leopoldt's Spiegelungssatz (* Leopoldt reflection theorem) 
 Liardet's theorem 
 Masley's theorem
 Microprime 
 Noether conductor
 Noncommutative Iwasawa theory 
 Notation of division 
 Pólya field 
 Richaud–Degert field ^{ [86]}
 Sen's theorem 
 Strange numbers 
 Tame kernel, Wild kernel (also called Hilbert kernel)
 Tautological class field theory
Analytic number theory
 Beta sieve 
 Bobak Hossainkhani 
 Bohr set 
 Beurling generalized prime currently redirects to Beurling Zeta Function, but merits its own entry. (Helpful M. R. Watkins bibliography)
 Erdős–Wintner theorem 
 Exponent pair 
 Gorshkov–Wirsing polynomial 
 Halász–Montgomery inequality 
 Intersective set 
 Jarník's theorem 
 Mixed integer rounding
 van der Corput set 
 Vinogradov's hypothesis 
Numerical analysis
 Absorbing boundary condition (with redirect from * absorbing boundary conditions and mentioning * perfectly matched layer) 
 Alphacertified e.g. [69]
 Essentially nonoscillatory (ENO) 
 Faure sequence 
 Gregory's integration formula See [70]
 Homotopy continuation method for solving for roots. e.g. [71]
 Lentz's algorithm (for the evaluation of continued fractions) 
 Orthomin(1) algorithm (for approximating Ax = b) 
 Peano kernel e.g., see page 149 of [72]
 Primorial factorization 
 Watson transformation 
 Wexler's algorithm  (referenced in the alttext of xkcd.com/69)
 Zero stability (of linear multistep methods) 
Order theory
 Adjoint functor theorem (order theory) 
 Continuous poset 
 Galois insertion
 Greechie diagram 
 Ideal completion 
 Irreducible element (order theory) 
 Joindense set 
 Kaucher arithmetic 
 Localic group 
 Mathematical relaxation (order theory) 
 Meetdense set 
 Powerdomain (order theory) 
 Prime element (order theory) 
 Suzumura consistency ^{ [87]}
Organisations
 Art of Problem Solving Foundation
 European Consortium for Mathematics in Industry  ECMI (Note see article in French Wikipedia [73] )
 European Society for Mathematical and Theoretical Biology  ESMTB
 Mathematical Society of South Eastern Europe  MASSEE
 Albanian Mathematical Society
 Belarusian Mathematical Society
 Belgian Mathematical Society
 Belgian Statistical Society
 Bosnian Mathematical Society
 Union of Bulgarian Mathematicians
 Croatian Mathematical Society
 Czech Mathematical Society
 Estonian Mathematical Society
 Finnish Mathematical Society
 Georgian Mathematical Union
 Icelandic Mathematical Society
 Indonesian Mathematical Society
 Israel Mathematical Society
 Italian Association of Mathematics Applied to Economic and Social Sciences
 Società Italiana di Matematica Applicata e Industriale
 Korean Mathematical Society
 Kosovar Mathematical Society
 Lithuanian Mathematical Society
 Macedonian Society Association Mathematics/Computer Science
 Malta Mathematical Society
 Mexican Mathematical Society (Sociedad Matemática Mexicana)
 Romanian Mathematical Society
 Romanian Society of Mathematicians
 Ural Mathematical Society
 Vietnam Mathematical Society
 Voronezh Mathematical Society
 Union of Slovak Mathematicians and Physicists  JSMF
 Real Sociedad Matemática Española (Royal Spanish Math. Society)
 Sociedad Española de Matemática Aplicada (Spanish Soc. of Appl. Math.)
 Societat Catalana de Matemàtiques (Catalanian Society of Mathematics)
 Svenska Matematikersamfundet (Swedish Mathematical Society)
 Swedish Statistical Society
 Ukrainian Mathematical Society
Probability theory
 Bayesian mapping
 Bhattacharyya bound
 Bus theorem
 Cameron–Martin development
 Causal Bayesian network
 Constant parameters process
 Continuous tree
 Convergence in variation
 Cramér–Lundberg approximation
 Derived distribution
 Docalculus [74]
 Doob's upcrossing inequality
 Feinstein's fundamental lemma^{ [88]}
 Feldman–Hajek theorem^{ [89]}^{ [90]}
 Finite set statistics
 Hawkes process
 Heavytraffic diffusion approximations to queueing systems
 Kantorovich–Rubinstein theorem
 Luders rule
 Marked point process
 Martin boundary
 Noncommutative probability theory, maybe even merged with free probability: quantum stochastic processes, quantum stochastics calculus, etc. One might see Noncommutative geometry for a general idea.
 Objective chance
 Probability Hypothesis Density Filter
 Probability summation
 Random covering
 Stein's twosample procedure
 Stress–strength model
 Threshold function and their relation to combinatorics/graph theory, number theory, etc. 
 Tracktotrack fusion
 Transformation law of probabilities
 Verdu–Han lemma
Quantum stochastic calculus
Real analysis
 BiPareto distribution 
 Correct value as opposed to final value. this is seen when talking about true mean AND mean in statistics. But there is no article explaining this difference.
 Hake's theorem (see * Henstock–Kurzweil integral) 
 Leibniz transmutation method 
 ndimensional singularity 
 Probability inequalities 
 Sierpinski–Erdős duality theorem 
 Statistical convergence 
 List of Lebesgue integration identities 
Recreational mathematics
Representation theory (incl. harmonic analysis)
 Bahadur–Ghosh–Kiefer representation
 Endoscopic classification
 Gelfand's lemma
 General position character
 Geometric representation theory
 Howe conjecture
 Indsheaf
 Littelmann character formula
 Lusztig's conjecture on irreducible characters [75]
 Pieri algebra
 Shintani correspondence, Shintani norm
 Steinberg tensor product theorem
Semigroup theory
Special functions
 Confluent hypergeometric limit function (i.e. _{0}F_{1}; currently redirects to generalized hypergeometric function, or _{p}F_{q})
 Gram–Charlier polynomials (currently redirects to Edgeworth series, which does not tell what a Gram–Charlier polynomial is)
 Harmonic polylogarithms (or HPL's, appear e.g. in the expansion of hypergeometric functions when computing multiloop Feynman diagrams. See e.g. [76])
 Hyperlogarithm ^{ [91]}
 Inverse tangent integral (currently redirects to polylogarithm; see also [77] §18)
 Nielsen's generalized polylogarithm (for the subject matter see e.g. [78] §19)
 Polylogarithm factorial
Statistics
 Allan Factor  see http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0378437112009806
 Anderson–Bahadur algorithm see Raghu Raj Bahadur
 Ansari–Bradley test 
 Average fold error  see e.g. eq 22 in http://jpet.aspetjournals.org/content/283/1/46.long
 Bayesian deviance 
 Begg's test  related to funnel plots, metaanalysis and publication bias
 Difference in betas 
 Burg's method used in Matlabs arburg() for estimating AR process coeffs.
 Clisy 
 Composite reference standard  A method for evaluating diagnostic test in absence of gold standard test. See http://www.teachepi.org/documents/courses/tbdiagrx/day2/Dendukuri%20Diagnostic%20Tests%20in%20the%20Absence%20of%20a%20Gold%20Standard.pdf
 Compound sampling 
 Conditional covariance 
 D statistic
 Docalculus Rules devised by Judea Pearl (1995) to prove which causal effects can be consistently estimated given assumptions about the data.
 Doornik and Hansen normality test 
 Duncan–Waller kratio ttest 
 Dunn–Šidák bound 
 Economic plausibility 
 Egger's test  related to funnel plots, publication bias and metaanalysis
 Expectile generalization of quantiles to finite samples, originally introduced by Efron
 Extended spatial decorrelation 
 Extremal types theorem
 Estimated potential scale reduction  a check for convergence in MCMC
 f3 statistic
 Fast simulation 
 Fisher's least significant difference 
 Fractional error 
 Gap statistic 
 Frailty modeling
 Graybill–Deal estimator 
 hstatistic  unbiased sample estimators of central moments
 Harmonic mean estimator 
 HauckDonner phenomenon 
 Hill estimator 
 Historical average  as a general statistics concept related to history
 Intrinsic accuracy  regarding a distribution, the expected value of its derivative, equal to the integral over its support of the square of the derivative over the pdf.
 Inference on Markov chains Continuous and discrete time, fixed interval and fixed event sampling 
 Iterative thresholding algorithm 
 JADE (ICA) (an * Independent component analysis algorithm) 
 Least median squares 
 Logarithmic regression  used frequently to model data that change logarithmically. See [ [79]], [ [80]], and [ [81]]
 Jenks natural breaks  (numeric classification, useful for thematic maps)
 Kaiser–Meyer–Olkin criterium ( de:KaiserMeyerOlkinKriterium)
 Line plot 
 Lower tail dependence 
 Maxstable distribution 
 Morisita–Horn index 
 Multilevel regression and poststratification 
 Nested ANOVA
 Nonparametric Bayesian method 
 Nonparametric data
 Normal power family 
 Normalized mean  see https://webot.org/info/en/?search=Average#Miscellaneous_types and Merigo, Jose M.; Cananovas, Montserrat (2009). "The Generalized Hybrid Averaging Operator and its Application in Decision Making". Journal of Quantitative Methods for Economics and Business Administration. 9: 69–84. ISSN 1886516X.
 Parametric data
 phacking (related to multiple comparisons problem. Lots of good references online.)
 Permutational multivariate analysis of variance (PERMANOVA)
 Positive scoring agreement 
 pooled OLS 
 Posterior predictive pvalue 
 Probabilityweighted moment 
 pseudoF (statistics)
 Quantum statistics 
 Random regression 
 REDATAM [82] 
 Root mean square error of approximation (RMSEA)
 Relative rootmeansquared error (RRMSE)
 Ryan Einot Gabriel Welsch method 
 Rotation testing 
 Samuel Cahn, Esther  Recipient of the Israel Prize in Statistics, 2004
 Seasonal index (with redirect from * Seasonal indices) 
 Separate families of hypotheses (and tests of) 
 Smallest singular value of the hessian 
 Skew elliptical distribution 
 Standardized incidence ratio , * Standardised incidence ratio 
 Statistical disclosure 
 Structural change method (SCM model) 
 Superiority and noninferiority
 Superpopulation models 
 Supervised Hierarchical Clustering
 Supralinear (need explanation of term) ()
 Systematic variation 
 Transdimensional transformation based Monte Carlo Markov Chain [83]
 Treatment effect of the treated
 Trimedian  see https://webot.org/info/en/?search=Average#Miscellaneous_types and Merigo, Jose M.; Cananovas, Montserrat (2009). "The Generalized Hybrid Averaging Operator and its Application in Decision Making". Journal of Quantitative Methods for Economics and Business Administration. 9: 69–84. ISSN 1886516X.
 Total Access Statistics should be added to the list of statistical analysis programs http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_statistical_packages. It's been around since the early 1990s: http://www.fmsinc.com/MicrosoftAccess/StatisticalAnalysis.html
 Tukey B method 
 Ungrouped data 
 Upper tail dependence 
 Wiener–Granger causality (WGC)  clarify relationship to Granger Causality Wikipedia article
 Wilson estimate 
 Ladder of powers 
 Zranking 
Topology
Algebraic topology
 Artin–Mazur profinite completion 
 Cellular complex 
 Cheeger–Simons cohomology 
 Curtis's convergence theorem
 Delooping
 Even periodic ring theory 
 Free homotopy group 
 Gauss map of a vector bundle (see Husemoller, Fibre Bundles) 
 geography problem for 4manifolds 
 homotopy groups of simplicial sets 
 Hyperbolic simplicial complex 
 Kashin's theorem (esp. relation to * compressed sensing [84]p15)
 Mackey functor
 Mapping cylinder neighbourhood
 Motive (topology) 
 Motivic spectrum 
 onerelator group
 path fibration 
 Principle of monodromy
 Strong shape theory 
 Topological cyclic homology
 Whitehead tower
 Witt space 
General topology
 Affine fibration 
 Centered space ^{ [92]}^{ [93]}
 Contiguity space 
 Dantian space ^{ [94]}^{ [92]}
 Density topology ^{ [95]}
 Double fibration 
 Gauss space 
 Hopf plumbing 
 Locally countable space 
 Locally equiconnected
 Martin boundary 
 Murasugi sum 
 Overt space 
 Prodiscrete topology ^{ [96]}
 Separate continuity and Cross topology [85]
 Template theory 
 Thick space ^{ [94]}^{ [92]}
 Topological partition (Note, not the same as Partition topology)
Geometric topology
 equivariant Dehn lemma
Euler's Forumula F + V − E = 2 polyhedrons faces, vertices, edgesSee Euler characteristic Lambda lemma 
 Murasugi sum 
 Propeller twisting 
 Regular neighborhood  (not sure this needs an article–in case see http://math.stackexchange.com/questions/51484/definitionofregularneighborhoodforcurvesinsg
 KKM theory applications and generalizations of * Knaster–Kuratowski–Mazurkiewicz lemma 
 Theorem of alternatives Theorem of alternatives
 Paradromic ring (Rings produced by cutting a strip that has been given m half twists and been reattached into n equal strips (Ball and Coxeter 1987, pp. 127128).) ( http://mathworld.wolfram.com/ParadromicRings.html, https://webot.org/info/en/?search=M%C3%B6bius_strip#Properties).
Knot theory
 Chayes–McKellar–Winn theorem 
 knotscape software for knot theory
 Lamp cord trick, in topology and specifically knot theory, an observation that two certain spaces are homeomorphic, even if one of the components is knotted. The spaces are , where is a hollow ball homeomorphic to and a tube connecting the boundary components of . The name comes from R. H. Bing's book "The Geometric Topology of 3manifolds".
 Kashaev invariant, a kind of quantum invariant
 Millett unknot, a 2D representation of the unknot
 Singular braid monoid
Stable homotopy theory
 chromatic tower
 Moore spectrum
 Hopkins–Miller theorem
 periodicity theorem
 Pontryagin–Thom collapse [86]
 Root invariant
 Schwede–Shipley theory
 Simplicial homotopy theory
Uncategorized
Please try to classify these requests.
 Ninth (disambiguation)
 Arc of descent
 Basis problem
 Bounding lemma
 Classical result
 Closed symmetric form
 Commentationes Mathematicae Universitatis Carolinae  mathematics journal
 Complex fourphase (sequences)
 Constructive recursive mathematics
 Crosscorrelation theorem – (Fourier analysis) closely related to Convolution theorem and Wiener–Khinchin theorem
 Dtriangle number (redirect to Pascal's triangle?)
 DARPA's math challenges
 Definition (mathematics)
 Difference predictor
 Dobrushin's lemma see https://books.google.com/books?id=BX7iWXh5sDUC&pg=PA231%22&f=false
 Dynamic subtraction
 Eigenfilter
 Enright–Varadarajan modules
 Equilogical spaces
 Evolution of numbers
 Fourier goniometry (related to Goniometric)
 Fujisaki–Kallianpur–Kunita equations
 Generalization in mathematics
 GhoshPratt identity
 Graph (application) (equation plotter)
 Groundfield /* Ground field
 Hyperslab

Hypertabastic function or
Hypertabastic distribution
 Mohammad A Tabatabai; Zoran Bursac; David K Williams; Karan Singh (February 2007). "Hypertabastic survival model". Theoretical Biology and Medical Modelling. doi: 10.1186/17424682440.
 Implicit integration
 Integrate predictor
 Interior degree
 Jeffries multiplier
 Kallianpur–Striebel formula
 Klop's lemma
 Kostant–Parthasarathy–Ranga Rao–Varadarajan determinants
 Literal quantities
 Mathematical algorithms list and general contrasts to computer algorithms 
 Metrically transitive operator from Leonid Pastur.
 Meaning function
 Migdal formula
 Natural logarithm of 10 perhaps merge with Natural logarithm of 2
 Nonconstructive logic
 Nondeterministic polynomial time integer factorization for those who can't understand Shor's algorithm
 Object coloring
 PoincareBertrand Theorem
 Ordinates transport
 Polydromy
 Polynomiograph
 Prefactor (a nonuniversal quantity)
 Relational homomorphism
 Relational isomorphism
 Robert's cross operator
 Sevenpoint code
 Skew binary
 Square snowflake related to Peano curve and * Koch snowflake
 Strict positivity restriction
 Subvariety (mathematics) (at least 4 math articles link to subvariety, which gives only the botanical sense)
 Tally chart
 Taniyama's problems
 Transform calculus, a type of analysis [87]
 Unsolved Problems in Mathematics for the 21st Century  this is already covered by List of unsolved problems in mathematics.
 Weighted homogeneous polynomial [88]
 Weak derived set  see Theory of Linear Operations by S. Banach, page 127  quote: "The weak derived sets of bounded linear functionals."
 Wyner–Ziv theorem
 Simon's favorite factoring trick
See also
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