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Robotics, Cryptography, and Genetics applications of Grothendieck's work?
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Why is it so hard to compute $\pi_n(S^n)$?
@QiaochuYuan Are the homotopy groups easier to compute if you ignore pathological continuous maps? Do we expected it to give the same answer? 
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Improving Newton's Inequalities using the Taylor Theorem
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@DavidHandelman Real roots $\to $ unimodal, but not the other way around. So, what other restrictions does real roots place on the coefficients? Can we get a nice elementary proof using Rolle's theorem or Mean Value Theorem? 
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Can Poisson Summation formula break?
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An inequality involving traces and matrix inversions
I don't know if it helps  but this looks like out of a quantum information theory book. 
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Computer Science applications of Roth's Theorem
@Asaf that is as far as I got... $AA$ is the support of the $1_A \ast 1_A$, so convolutions are "like" sumsets in that way. The answer may be be really general that if you look "closely" the bounds they use resemble or can be improved by those find in these Szemeredi type results. 