University of California, Berkeley, June 11 - 13, 1999

The following papers comprise a subset of the talks presented at the symposium. Details about the conference and a list of all the talks presented can be found in the Foreword Message from the proceedings editor, Henry Warchall.
**Table of contents** (in alphabetical order).

- Oscar Bolina, Pierluigi Contucci, Bruno Nachtergaele*
& Shannon Starr;
*A continuum approximation for the excitations of the (1,1,...,1) interface in the quantum Heisenberg model*, pp. 1-10. - Dongho Chae;
*Remarks on the relativistic self-dual Maxwell-Chern-Simons-Higgs system*, pp. 11-15. - Paul R. Chernoff;
*Quantization and irreducible representations of infinite-dimensional transformation groups and Lie algebras*, pp. 17-22. - Roberto Conti* & Claudio D'Antoni*;
*Extension techniques in C*-cross products by compact group duals and quantum field theory*, pp. 23-35. - James H. Crichton* & Philip L. Marston;
*The measurable distinction between the spin and orbital angular momenta of electromagnetic radiation*, pp. 37-50. - Mondher Damak & Vladimir Georgescu*;
*C*-cross products and a generalized mechanical N-body problem*, pp. 51-69. - Paul Federbush;
*A speculative approach to quantum gravity*, pp. 71-74. - J. D. Finley, III;
*Twisting gravitational waves and eigenvector fields for SL(2,C) on an infinite jet*, 75-85. - S. A. Fulling*, E. V. Gorbar, & C. T. Romero;
*Spectral Riesz-Cesaro means: How the square root function helps us to see around the world*, pp. 87-101. - Fernando Galaz-Fontes & Stephen Bruce Sontz*;
*On two reverse inequalities in the Segal-Bargmann space*pp. 103-111. - Mark Hillery;
*Quantum copying: A review*, pp. 113-120. - Peter Hislop;
*Exponential decay of two-body eigenfunctions: A review*, pp. 265-288. - Atsushi Inoue;
*A partial solution for Feynman's problem: A new derivation of the Weyl equation*, pp. 121-145. - Larry Landau;
*Monotonicity and bounds on Bessel functions*, pp. 147-154. - Richard Lavine;
*Decay times in quantum mechanics*, pp. 155-158. - Roberto Longo;
*The Bisognano-Wichmann theorem for charged states and the conformal boundary of a black hole*pp. 159-164. - Peter J. Mohr* & Barry N. Taylor;
*Quantum electrodynamics and the fundamental constants*pp. 231-242. - Gert Roepstorff;
*Superconnections: an interpretation of the standard model*, pp. 165-174. - Bert Schroer;
*Modular theory and Eyvind Wichmann's contributions to modern particle physics theory*, pp. 175-195. - J. Sucher;
*Columbia physics in the fifties: Untold tales*, pp. 197-206. - Henry Warchall;
*Localization of dependence for solutions of hyperbolic differential equations*, pp. 245-263. - A.S. Wightman;
*The spin-statistics connection: Some pedagogical remarks in response to Neuenschwander's question*, pp. 207-213. - C. H. Woo;
*Consistent histories: Description of a world with increasing entropy*, pp. 215-229.

* indicates a symposium speaker.

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