Results for "Andrew Malyshev"

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Continuation model predictive control on smooth manifoldsSep 09 2015Model predictive control (MPC) anticipates future events to take appropriate control actions. Nonlinear MPC (NMPC) describes systems with nonlinear models and/or constraints. Continuation MPC, suggested by T.~Ohtsuka in 2004, uses Krylov-Newton iterations. ... More
Accelerated graph-based spectral polynomial filtersSep 08 2015Graph-based spectral denoising is a low-pass filtering using the eigendecomposition of the graph Laplacian matrix of a noisy signal. Polynomial filtering avoids costly computation of the eigendecomposition by projections onto suitable Krylov subspaces. ... More
Efficient particle continuation model predictive controlSep 09 2015Continuation model predictive control (MPC), introduced by T. Ohtsuka in 2004, uses Krylov-Newton approaches to solve MPC optimization and is suitable for nonlinear and minimum time problems. We suggest particle continuation MPC in the case, where the ... More
Accelerated graph-based nonlinear denoising filtersDec 01 2015Apr 13 2016Denoising filters, such as bilateral, guided, and total variation filters, applied to images on general graphs may require repeated application if noise is not small enough. We formulate two acceleration techniques of the resulted iterations: conjugate ... More
Preconditioning for continuation model predictive controlSep 09 2015Model predictive control (MPC) anticipates future events to take appropriate control actions. Nonlinear MPC (NMPC) deals with nonlinear models and/or constraints. A Continuation/GMRES Method for NMPC, suggested by T. Ohtsuka in 2004, uses the GMRES iterative ... More
Conjugate Gradient Acceleration of Non-Linear Smoothing FiltersSep 04 2015The most efficient signal edge-preserving smoothing filters, e.g., for denoising, are non-linear. Thus, their acceleration is challenging and is often performed in practice by tuning filter parameters, such as by increasing the width of the local smoothing ... More
Sparse preconditioning for model predictive controlDec 01 2015Mar 11 2016We propose fast O(N) preconditioning, where N is the number of gridpoints on the prediction horizon, for iterative solution of (non)-linear systems appearing in model predictive control methods such as forward-difference Newton-Krylov methods. The Continuation/GMRES ... More
Statistics of low-energy levels of a one-dimensional weakly localized Frenkel exciton: A numerical studyFeb 03 2001Numerical study of the one-dimensional Frenkel Hamiltonian with on-site randomness is carried out. We focus on the statistics of the energy levels near the lower exciton band edge, i. e. those determining optical response. We found that the distribution ... More
Eight-cluster structure of chloroplast genomes differs from similar one observed for bacteriaFeb 08 2018Previously, a seven-cluster pattern claiming to be a universal one in bacterial genomes has been reported. Keeping in mind the most popular theory of chloroplast origin, we checked whether a similar pattern is observed in chloroplast genomes. Surprisingly, ... More
Preconditioned Continuation Model Predictive ControlJun 08 2015Model predictive control (MPC) anticipates future events to take appropriate control actions. Nonlinear MPC (NMPC) describes systems with nonlinear models and/or constraints. A Continuation/GMRES Method for NMPC, suggested by T. Ohtsuka in 2004, uses ... More
Quasiperiodic AlGaAs superlattices for neuromorphic networks and nonlinear control systemsFeb 08 2015The application of quasiperiodic AlGaAs superlattices as a nonlinear element of the FitzHugh-Nagumo neuromorphic network is proposed and theoretically investigated on the example of Fibonacci and figurate superlattices. The sequences of symbols for the ... More
On the ambiguity of determination of interfering resonances parametersApr 17 2015The general form of solutions for parameters of interfering Breit-Wigner resonances is found. The number of solutions is determined by the properties of roots of corresponding characteristic equation and does not exceed $2^{N-1}$, where $N$ is the number ... More
Analytic dynamics of one-dimensional particle system with strong interactionMar 08 2012We study here the small time dynamics of $N$ electrons on the circle with Coul;omb repulsive interaction and study the series for the velocities (initially zero). The main result is the estimates of the convergence radius from below. We explain how this ... More
Fixed Points for Stochastic Open Chemical SystemsDec 16 2011In the first part of this paper we give a short review of the hierarchy of stochastic models, related to physical chemistry. In the basement of this hierarchy there are two models --- stochastic chemical kinetics and the Kac model for Boltzman equation. ... More
A complexity dichotomy for the dominating set problemMay 31 2015We completely determine the complexity status of the dominating set problem for hereditary graph classes defined by forbidden induced subgraphs with at most five vertices.
One particle subspaces for two particle quantum walks with ultralocal interactionDec 26 2018We study one particle subspaces for two particles of different masses with ultra local interaction on a lattice of arbitrary dimension.
Manipulating optical signals at sub-wavelength scale by planar arrays of metallic nanospheres: Towards plasmonic interference devicesJul 26 2011We show that interference can be the principle of operation of an all-optical switch and other nanoscale plasmonic interference devices (PIDs). The optical response of two types of planar plasmonic waveguides is studied theoretically: bent chains and ... More
Probing quantum-mechanical level repulsion in disordered systems by means of time-resolved selectively-excited resonance fluorescenceJan 17 2007We argue that the time-resolved spectrum of selectively-excited resonance fluorescence at low temperature provides a tool for probing the quantum-mechanical level repulsion in the Lifshits tail of the electronic density of states in a wide variety of ... More
Restricted three particle quantum walk on ${\bf Z_{\bf +}}$: explicit solutionDec 26 2018We consider 3 particles on ${\bf Z}{}_{+}$. One of them has infinite mass and stands still at $0$. The particles interact only if all of them are at the point $0$. We give a full description of essential, point and discrete spectra of the corresponding ... More
Dynamical phase transition in the simplest molecular chain modelDec 07 2013We consider the dynamics of the simplest chain of large number $N$ of particles. We find, in the double scaling limit, the partition of the parameter space onto two domains, where for one domain the supremum (over all time interval $(0,\infty)$ of relative ... More
Mathematics for some classes of networksFeb 17 2013Network (as a general notion) is not a mathematical object - there is no even any definition. However, there is a lot of good rigorous mathematics for well-defined classes of networks. In sections 1-3 we give a short overview of classes of networks which ... More
Stochastic Chemical Kinetics with Energy ParametersDec 18 2011Abstact: We introduce new models of energy redistribution in stochastic chemical kinetics with several molecule types and energy parameters. The main results concern the situations when there are product form measures. Using a probabilistic interpretation ... More
Stochastic micromodel of the Couette flowDec 04 2011We study Markov exclusion process for a particle system with a local interaction in the integer strip. This process models the exchange of velocities and particle-hole exchange of the liquid molecules. It is shown that the mean velocity profile corresponds ... More
On Optimal Group Claims at Voting in a Stochastic EnvironmentJun 19 2017There is a paradox in the model of social dynamics determined by voting in a stochastic environment (the ViSE model) called "pit of losses." It consists in the fact that a series of democratic decisions may systematically lead the society to the states ... More
Harmonic Chain with Weak DissipationFeb 20 2013We consider finite harmonic chain (consisting of N classical particles) plus dissipative force acting on one particle (called dissipating particle) only. We want to prove that "in the generic case" the energy (per particle) for the whole system tends ... More
Accumulation on the boundary for one-dimensional stochastic particle systemDec 29 2011We consider infinite particle system on the positive half-line moving independently of each other. When a particle hits the boundary it immediately disappears, and the boundary moves to the right on some fixed quantity (particle size). We study the speed ... More
Reversibility and Non-reversibility in Stochastic Chemical KineticsDec 23 2011Mathematical problems with mean field and local type interaction related to stochastic chemical kinetics,are considered. Our main concern various definitions of reversibility, their corollaries (Boltzmann type equations, fluctuations, Onsager relations, ... More
Processes with a Local Deterministic Interaction: Invariant Bernoulli MeasuresNov 29 2011A general class of Markov processes with a local interaction is introduced, which includes exclusion and Kawasaki processes as a very particular case. Bernoulli invariant measures are found for this class of processes.
Nonlinear optical response of a two-dimensional quantum dot supercrystal: Emerging multistability, periodic/aperiodic self-oscillations, and hyperchaosJun 01 2018We study theoretically the nonlinear optical response of a two-dimensional semiconductor quantum dot supercrystal under a resonant continuous wave excitation. A single quantum dot is modeled as a three-level ladder-like system with the ground, one-exciton, ... More
The Integral Representation for the Product of Two Parabolic Cylinder Functions $D_ν(x) D_ν(-x)$ at $Re ν<0$ by Means of the Fundamental Solution of a Landau-Type OperatorJun 17 2001Dec 04 2001The fundamental solution (Green's function) of a first order matrix ordinary differential equation arising in a Landau-type problem is calculated by two methods. The coincidence of the two representations results in the integral formula for the product ... More
Non-free gas of dipoles of non-singular screw dislocations and the shear modulus near the meltingDec 07 2014The behavior of the shear modulus caused by proliferation of dipoles of non-singular screw dislocations with finite-sized core is considered. The representation of two-dimensional Coulomb gas with smoothed-out coupling is used, and the stress-stress correlation ... More
Del Pezzo singularities and SUSY breakingMay 23 2007Aug 25 2007An analytic construction of compact Calabi-Yau manifolds with del Pezzo singularities is found. We present complete intersection CY manifolds for all del Pezzo singularities and study the complex deformations of these singularities. An example of the ... More
Non RG logarithms via RG equationsFeb 10 2004We compute complete leading logarithms in $\Phi^4$ theory with the help of Connes and Kreimer RG equations. These equations are defined in the Lie algebra dual to the Hopf algebra of graphs. The results are compared with calculations in parquet approximation. ... More
On discrepancy between ATIC and Fermi dataMay 18 2009Jul 04 2009Either ATIC or Fermi-LAT data can be fitted together with the PAMELA data by three components: primary background ~ E^{-3.3}, secondary background ~ E^{-3.6}, and an additional source of electrons ~ E^{-g_a} Exp(-E/E_{cut}). We find that the best fits ... More
Non-amenability of product replacement graphsMay 10 2013We prove non-amenability of the product replacement graphs \Gamma_n(G) for uniformly non-amenable groups. We also prove it for Z-large groups, when n is sufficiently large. It follows that \Gamma_n(G) is non-amenable when n is sufficiently large for hyperbolic ... More
A Modified Screw Dislocation With Non-Singular Core of Finite Radius From Einstein-Like Gauge Equation (Non-Linear Approach)Dec 30 2003A continual model of non-singular screw dislocation lying along a straight infinitely long circular cylinder is investigated in the framework of translational gauge approach with the Hilbert--Einstein gauge Lagrangian. The stress--strain constitutive ... More
The coloring problem for classes with two small obstructionsJul 01 2013The coloring problem is studied in the paper for graph classes defined by two small forbidden induced subgraphs. We prove some sufficient conditions for effective solvability of the problem in such classes. As their corollary we determine the computational ... More
Spectral components analysis of diffuse emission processesFeb 06 2012We develop a novel method to separate the components of a diffuse emission process based on an association with the energy spectra. Most of the existing methods use some information about the spatial distribution of components, e.g., closeness to an external ... More
Expanders are order diameter non-hyperbolicJan 30 2015Feb 25 2015We show that expander graphs must have Gromov-hyperbolicity at least proportional to their diameter, with a constant of proportionality depending only on the expansion constant and maximal degree. In other words, expanders contain geodesic triangles which ... More
Time-dependent transport of a localized surface plasmon through a linear array of metal nanoparticles: Precursor and normal mode contributionsFeb 08 2018We theoretically investigate the time-dependent transport of a localized surface plasmon excitation through a linear array of identical and equidistantly spaced metal nanoparticles. Two different signals propagating through the array are found: one traveling ... More
Intrinsic optical bistability of thin films of linear molecular aggregates: The two-exciton approximationDec 14 2007We generalize our recent work on the optical bistability of thin films of molecular aggregates [J. Chem. Phys. 127, 164705 (2007); arXiv:0707.1264v1 [cond-mat.dis-nn]] by accounting for the optical transitions from the one-exciton manifold to the two-exciton ... More
The first catalog of Fermi-LAT sources below 100 MeVJun 28 2018We present the first Fermi Large Area Telescope (LAT) low energy catalog (1FLE) of sources detected in the energy range 30 - 100 MeV. The COMPTEL telescope detected sources below 30 MeV, while catalogs released by the Fermi-LAT and EGRET collaborations ... More
Optimal majority threshold in a stochastic environmentJan 26 2019Within the model of social dynamics determined by collective decisions in a stochastic environment (the ViSE model), we consider the case of a homogeneous society consisting of classically rational economic agents. We obtain analytical expressions for ... More
XX Heisenberg Spin Chain and an Example of Path Integral with "Automorphic" Boundary ConditionsApr 01 2002New representation for the generating function of correlators of third components of spins in the XX Heisenberg spin chain is considered in the form given by the fermionic Gaussian path integrals. A part of the discrete anti-commuting integration variables ... More
Hopf algebra of ribbon graphs and renormalizationDec 17 2001Apr 24 2002Connes and Kreimer have discovered a Hopf algebra structure behind renormalization of Feynman integrals. We generalize the Hopf algebra to the case of ribbon graphs, i.e. to the case of theories with matrix fields. The Hopf algebra is naturally defined ... More
Optical bistability in artificial composite nanoscale molecules: Towards all optical processing at the nanoscaleDec 28 2010Optical response of artificial composite nanoscale molecules comprising a closely spaced noble metal nanoparticle and a semiconductor quantum dot have been studied theoretically. We consider a system composed of an Au particle and CdSe or CdSe/ZnSe quantum ... More
Engineering molecular aggregate spectraSep 16 2008We show that optical properties of linear molecular aggregates undergo drastic changes when aggregates are deposited on a metal surface. The dipole-dipole interactions of monomers with their images can result in strong {re-structuring of both the exciton ... More
Optical bistability and hysteresis of hybrid metal-semiconductor nano-dimerJun 08 2011Optical response of an artificial composite nano-dimer comprising a semiconductor quantum dot and a metal nanosphere is analyzed theoretically. We show that internal degrees of freedom of the system can manifest bistability and optical hysteresis as functions ... More
On Creativity of Elementary Cellular AutomataMay 11 2013We map cell-state transition rules of elementary cellular automata (ECA) onto the cognitive control versus schizotypy spectrum phase space and interpret cellular automaton behaviour in terms of creativity. To implement the mapping we draw analogies between ... More
Modifying hyperkaehler manifolds with circle symmetryOct 24 2005Oct 25 2005A construction is introduced for modifying hyperkaehler manifolds with tri-Hamiltonian circle action, that in favourable situations increases the second Betti number by one. This is based on the symplectic cut construction of Lerman. In 4 or 8 dimensions ... More
Hopf algebra of graphs and the RG equationsAug 30 2004We study the renormalization group equations following from the Hopf algebra of graphs. Vertex functions are treated as vectors in dual to the Hopf algebra space. The RG equations on such vertex functions are equivalent to RG equations on individual Feynman ... More
Toward the full test of the nuMSM sterile neutrino dark matter model with AthenaSep 09 2015Mar 12 2016We discuss the potential of Athena X-ray telescope, in particular of its X-ray Integral Field Unit (X-IFU), for detection of the signal from the light-weight decaying dark matter with mass in the keV range. We show that high energy resolution and large ... More
Leading RG logs in $φ^4$ theoryJul 31 2003Aug 15 2003We find the leading RG logs in $\phi^4$ theory for any Feynman diagram with 4 external edges. We obtain the result in two ways. The first way is to calculate the relevant terms in Feynman integrals. The second way is to use the RG invariance based on ... More
Fixed points for one-dimensional particle system with strong interactionFeb 01 2012We consider hamiltonian $N$ particle system on the finite segment with nearest-neighbor Coulomb interaction and external force $F$. We study the fixed points of such system and show that the distances between neighbors are asymptotically, for large $N$, ... More
Convergence to equilibrium due to collisions with external particlesDec 19 2018We consider a class of "most non ergodic" particle systems and prove that for most of them ergodicity appears if only one particle of N has contact with external world, that is this particle collides with external particles in random time moments.
Asymptotic behaviour in the time synchronization modelJan 10 2012There are two types $i=1,2$ of particles on the line $R$, with $N_{i}$ particles of type $i$. Each particle of type $i$ moves with constant velocity $v_{i}$. Moreover, any particle of type $i=1,2$ jumps to any particle of type $j=1,2$ with rates $N_{j}^{-1}\alpha_{ij}$. ... More
Gibbs and Quantum Discrete SpacesAug 28 2001Gibbs measure is one of the central objects of the modern probability, mathematical statistical physics and euclidean quantum field theory. Here we define and study its natural generalization for the case when the space, where the random field is defined ... More
Probability around the Quantum Gravity. Part 1: Pure Planar GravitySep 18 1998In this paper we study stochastic dynamics which leaves quantum gravity equilibrium distribution invariant. We start theoretical study of this dynamics (earlier it was only used for Monte-Carlo simulation). Main new results concern the existence and properties ... More
D-branes at Singularities and String PhenomenologyNov 15 2007In these notes we give an introduction to some of the concepts involved in constructing SM-like gauge theories in systems of branes at singularities of CY manifolds. These notes are an expanded version of lectures given by Herman Verlinde at the Cargese ... More
Phase transitions in one-dimensional static Coulomb mediaNov 27 2014We consider configurations of $N$ charged particles on the interval with nearest neighbour Coulomb interaction and constant external force. For different values of external force we find 4 different phases of the asymptotic particle density for the configuration ... More
Fine structure of one-dimensional discrete point systemMay 31 2012We consider the system of $N$ points on the segment of the real line with the nearest-neighbor Coulomb repulsive interaction and external force $F$. For the fixed points of such systems (fixed configurations) we study the asymptotics (in $N$ and $l$) ... More
One-dimensional mechanical networks and crystalsJan 23 2012We prove thermal expansion and Hooke-s law for crystals via an one-dimensional microscopic model.
Dynamical clusters of infinite particle dynamicsDec 16 2011For any system $\{i\}$ of particles with the trajectories $x_{i}(t)$ in $R^{d}$ on a finite time interval $[0,\tau]$ we define the interaction graph $G$. Vertices of $G$ are the particles, there is an edge between two particles $i,j$ iff for some $t\in[0,\tau]$ ... More
Critical Behaviour in a Planar Dynamical Triangulation Model with a BoundaryOct 03 2000We consider a canonical ensemble of dynamical triangulations of a 2-dimensional sphere with a hole where the number $N$ of triangles is fixed. The Gibbs factor is $\exp (-\mu \sum \deg v)$ where $\deg v$ is the degree of the vertex $v$ in the triangulation ... More
Hypertoric manifolds and hyperKähler moment mapsJul 14 2016We discuss various aspects of moment map geometry in symplectic and hyperK\"ahler geometry. In particular, we classify complete hyperK\"ahler manifolds of dimension $4n$ with a tri-Hamiltonian action of a torus of dimension $n$, without any assumption ... More
Toric Hypersymplectic QuotientsApr 30 2004May 06 2004We study the hypersymplectic spaces obtained as quotients of flat hypersymplectic space R^{4d} by the action of a compact Abelian group. These 4n-dimensional quotients carry a multi-Hamilitonian action of an n-torus. The image of the hypersymplectic moment ... More
Logical Modelling of Physarum PolycephalumMay 20 2011We propose a novel model of unconventional computing where a structural part of computation is presented by dynamics of plasmodium of Physarum polycephalum, a large single cell. We sketch a new logical approach combining conventional logic with process ... More
Non-Abelian Cut Constructions and Hyperkähler ModificationsFeb 09 2010We discuss a general framework for cutting constructions and reinterpret in this setting the work on non-Abelian symplectic cuts by Weitsman. We then introduce two analogous non-Abelian modification constructions for hyperk\"ahler manifolds: one modifies ... More
Quaternionic Kähler Manifolds of Cohomogeneity OneAug 21 1998Nov 24 1998Classification results are given for (i) compact quaternionic K\"ahler manifolds with a cohomogeneity-one action of a semi-simple group, (ii) certain complete hyperK\"ahler manifolds with a cohomogeneity-two action of a semi-simple group preserving each ... More
Hard spectrum of cosmic rays in the Disks of Milky Way and Large Magellanic CloudMay 28 2015The slope of the locally measured spectrum of cosmic rays varies from 2.8 for protons with energies below 200 GeV down to 2.5 for heavy nuclei with energies in the TeV-PeV range. It is not clear if the locally measured slope values are representative ... More
Local level statistics for optical and transport properties of disordered systems at finite temperatureOct 06 2006It is argued that the (traditional) global level statistics which determines localization and coherent transport properties of disordered systems at zero temperature (e.g. the Anderson model) becomes inappropriate when it comes to incoherent transport. ... More
Comparative Efficiency of Altruism and Egoism as Voting Strategies in Stochastic EnvironmentSep 27 2018In this paper, we study the efficiency of egoistic and altruistic strategies within the model of social dynamics determined by voting in a stochastic environment (the ViSE model) using two criteria: maximizing the average capital increment and minimizing ... More
Coherent electron dynamics in a two-dimensional random system with mobility edgesJan 10 2007We study numerically the dynamics of a one-electron wave packet in a two-dimensional random lattice with long-range correlated diagonal disorder in the presence of a uniform electric field. The time-dependent Schr\"{o}dinger equation is used for this ... More
Superradiance from an ultrathin film of three-level V-type atoms: Interplay between splitting, quantum coherence and local-field effectsFeb 24 2003We carry out a theoretical study of the collective spontaneous emission (superradiance) from an ultrathin film comprised of three-level atoms with $V$-configuration of the operating transitions. As the thickness of the system is small compared to the ... More
ATIC, PAMELA, HESS, Fermi and nearby Dark Matter subhalosApr 22 2009Jun 25 2009We study the local flux of electrons and positrons from annihilating Dark Matter (DM), and investigate how its spectrum depends on the choice of DM model and inhomogeneities in the DM distribution. Below a cutoff energy, the flux is expected to have a ... More
Lifts, derandomization, and diameters of Schreier graphs of Mealy automataJul 17 2014It is known that random 2-lifts of graphs give rise to expander graphs. We present a new conjectured derandomization of this construction based on certain Mealy automata. We verify that these graphs have polylogarithmic diameter, and present a class of ... More
Growth in product replacement graphsApr 19 2013Aug 01 2014We prove the exponential growth of product replacement graphs for a large class of groups. Much of our effort is dedicated to the study of product replacement graphs of Grigorchuk groups, where the problem is most difficult.
On the resonant optical bistability conditionNov 16 2012We address a two level system in an environment interacting with the electromagnetic field in the dipole approximation. The resonant optical bistability induced by local-field effects is studied by considering the relationship between the population difference ... More
Macrodimension - an invariant of local dynamicsJan 20 2012We define a Markov process on the set of countable graphs with spins. Transitions are local substitutions in the graph. It is proved that the scaling macrodimension is an invariant of such dynamics.
Very high energy Fermi/LAT detection of HESS J0632+057Jan 29 2016Feb 02 2016We report on the results of ~7 yrs of the very-high energy (10-600 GeV) observations of HESS J0632+057 with FERMI/LAT. In the highest energy band, 200-600 GeV, the source is clearly detected with the statistical significance >3.6sigma at orbital phases ... More
Point Source Detection and Flux Determination with PGWaveOct 05 2016One of the largest uncertainties in the Point Source (PS) studies, at Fermi-LAT energies, is the uncertainty in the diffuse background. In general there are two approaches for PS analysis: background-dependent methods, that include modeling of the diffuse ... More
Resonance Features of the Conductance of Open Billiards with the Spin-Orbit InteractionJan 30 2013Feb 01 2013The transport properties of a circular billiard with attached channels, which is an open system, have been studied in the presence of the Dresselhaus and Rashba spin-orbit interactions. It has been shown that this interaction leads to the appearance of ... More
DNA double helices for single molecule electronicsMar 09 2007The combination of self-assembly and electronic properties as well as its true nanoscale dimensions make DNA a promising candidate for a building block of single molecule electronics. We argue that the intrinsic double helix conformation of the DNA strands ... More
On the size scaling of the nearest level spacing at criticalityOct 20 2003Oct 21 2003It is conjectured that the size scaling of the nearest level spacing in the critical spectral region, $S(N)\propto N^{-\lambda}$, remains qualitatively the same within phases of extended and critical states. The exponent $\lambda$ is therefore identical ... More
Microscopic Models for Chemical ThermodynamicsDec 08 2011We introduce an infinite particle system dynamics, which includes stochastic chemical kinetics models, the classical Kac model and free space movement. We study energy redistribution between two energy types (kinetic and chemical) in different time scales, ... More
KMS states on Quantum GrammarsJun 09 1999We consider quantum (unitary) continuous time evolution of spins on a lattice together with quantum evolution of the lattice itself. In physics such evolution was discussed in connection with quantum gravity. It is also related to what is called quantum ... More
The laws of Newton and Coulomb as information transmission by virtual particlesMay 14 2016In elementary particle physics the philosophy of virtual particles is widely used. We use this philosophy to obtain the famous inverse square law of classical physics. We define a formal model without fields or forces, but with virtual particle - information ... More
Self-organized circular flow of classical point particlesSep 11 2012We consider newtonian dynamics of $N$ charged particles on the circle with nearest neigbour interaction with Coulomb repulsive potential $r^{-1}$ . Also there is an external accelerating force which is nonzero only on a small part of the circle. We construct ... More
Critical states of strongly interacting many-particle systems on a circleFeb 05 2012In multicomponent systems with strong local interaction one can encounter some phenomena absent in the standard systems of statistical physics and other multicomponent systems. Namely, a system with $N$ components in the bounded volume of order 1 (macroscale) ... More
Phase transitions in the time synchronization modelJan 17 2012We continue the study of the time synchronization model from arXiv:1201.2141 . There are two types $i=1,2$ of particles on the line $R$, with $N_{i}$ particles of type $i$. Each particle of type $i$ moves with constant velocity $v_{i}$. Moreover, any ... More
The Torelli group and congruence subgroups of the mapping class groupJan 18 2012These are the lecture notes for my course at the 2011 Park City Mathematics Graduate Summer School. The first two lectures covered the basics of the Torelli group and the Johnson homomorphism, and the third and fourth lectures discussed the second cohomology ... More
Obtaining presentations from group actions without making choicesJan 26 2009Apr 07 2011Consider a group $G$ acting nicely on a simply-connected simplicial complex $X$. Numerous classical methods exist for using this group action to produce a presentation for $G$. For the case that $X/G$ is 2-connected, we give a new method that has the ... More
Restricting Specht modules of cyclotomic Hecke algebrasOct 30 2016This paper proves that the restriction of a Specht module for a (degenerate or non-degenerate) cyclotomic Hecke algebra, or KLR algebra, of type A has a Specht filtration.
Rejoinder to "Analysis of variance--why it is more important than ever" by A. GelmanAug 26 2005Rejoinder to ``Analysis of variance--why it is more important than ever'' by A. Gelman [math.ST/0504499]
Thoughts on new statistical procedures for age-period-cohort analysesJul 15 2009Age-period-cohort analysis is mathematically intractable because of fundamental nonidentifiability of linear trends. However, some understanding can be gained in the context of individual problems.
The Informal Logic of Mathematical ProofJun 19 2003Informal logic is a method of argument analysis which is complementary to that of formal logic, providing for the pragmatic treatment of features of argumentation which cannot be reduced to logical form. The central claim of this paper is that a more ... More
On Upper Bounds for the Tail Distribution of Geometric Sums of Subexponential Random VariablesMay 29 2008Mar 18 2009The approach used by Kalashnikov and Tsitsiashvili for constructing upper bounds for the tail distribution of a geometric sum with subexponential summands is reconsidered. By expressing the problem in a more probabilistic light, several improvements and ... More
Software for enumerative and analytic combinatoricsJan 11 2016We survey some general-purpose symbolic software packages that implement algorithms from enumerative and analytic combinatorics. Software for the following areas is covered: basic combinatorial objects, symbolic combinatorics, P\'olya theory, combinatorial ... More
Size-Separable Tile Self-Assembly: A Tight Bound for Temperature-1 Mismatch-Free SystemsApr 29 2014We introduce a new property of tile self-assembly systems that we call size-separability. A system is size-separable if every terminal assembly is a constant factor larger than any intermediate assembly. Size-separability is motivated by the practical ... More
The Gromov-Witten Theory of Borcea-Voisin Orbifolds and Its Analytic ContinuationsJun 24 2015In the early 1990s, Borcea-Voisin orbifolds were some of the ear- liest examples of Calabi-Yau threefolds shown to exhibit mirror symmetry. However, their quantum theory has been poorly investigated. We study this in the context of the gauged linear sigma ... More