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The Newton Institute has its own Preprint Series where the scientific papers of the Institute are freely available.

If you are a Cambridge author and you are submitting your work in the next REF then you will need to follow the guidelines on the University of Cambridge Open Access webpages to ensure that your work meets Open Access requirements. In addition, if you are supported by EPSRC or another UK Research Council, all publications published on/after 1st May 2015 need a statement describing how to access the underlying research data. For more information on this please see the University of Cambridge Research Data Management website

Newton Institute visitors are encouraged to submit relevant papers to the INI Preprint series. All papers should have been either completed at the Institute or based on work that took place partially or wholly at the Institute. You can submit material to the preprint series after your visit has ended as long as it is based on work during your visit. Please send a PDF copy to, which will be added to the lists below.

Bound hard copies of all preprints in the series are displayed in the Institute. We would also be pleased to hear from former visitors who have since completed papers based on research carried out here.

Please acknowledge the support of the Institute in your paper using the following text:

The author(s) would like to thank the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, for support and hospitality during the programme [insert programme name] where work on this paper was undertaken. This work was supported by EPSRC grant no EP/K032208/1.

Papers published in the Series are listed by date of submission and may be downloaded as PDFs. Individual hard copies can also be obtained on request from the Institute.

Programme Authors Title Attachments
DAD C Terquem The response of accretion disks to bending waves: angular momentum transport and resonances PDF icon ni98029.pdf
DAD JA Sellwood; EM Moore On the formation of disk galaxies and massive central objects PDF icon ni98023.pdf
DAD R Blandford What is the accretion rate in NGC 4258? PDF icon ni98020.pdf
DQC O Zaitsev Quasiclassical surface of section perturbation theory PDF icon ni98016.pdf
DAD JA Sellwood Differential rotation and turbulence in extended H I disks PDF icon ni98014.pdf
DAD JA Sellwood; RW Nelson Resonant thickening of disks by small satellite galaxies PDF icon ni98012.pdf
RAG JA Green Discrete series characters for $GL(n,q)$ PDF icon ni98009.pdf
DQC JB Delos Extracting classical trajectories from atomic spectra PDF icon ni97043.pdf
NNM J Whittaker An importance sampler for graphical Gaussian model inference PDF icon ni97042.pdf
NNM CKI Williams Bayesian classification with Gaussian processes PDF icon ni97040.pdf
NNM SP Luttrell A unified theory of density models and auto-encoders PDF icon ni97039.pdf
RAG M Geck On special pieces in the unipotent variety PDF icon ni97038.pdf
NNM RR Bouckaert On chain graph models for description of conditional independence structures PDF icon ni97037.pdf
RAG M Geck Character sheaves and generalized Gelfand-Graev characters PDF icon ni97002.pdf
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