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Set-up for multi coincidence experiments of EUV to VIS photons and charged particles -- the solid angle maximization approachJun 11 2019The coincident detection of particles is a powerful method in experimental physics, enabling the investigation of a variety of projectile-target interactions. The vast majority of coincidence experiments is performed with charged particles, as they can ... More
Recovery of high-energy photoelectron circular dichroism through Fano interferenceJun 25 2019It is commonly accepted that the magnitude of a photoelectron circular dichroism (PECD) is governed by the ability of an outgoing photoelectron wave packet to probe the chiral asymmetry of a molecule. To be able to accumulate this characteristic asymmetry ... More
State-dependent fragmentation of protonated uracil and uridineFeb 06 2019Tandem mass spectroscopy ($\textrm{MS}^2$) combined with single photon excitation in the VUV range (photon energy 4.5-9 eV) was performed on protonated uracil ($\textrm{UraH}^{+}$) and uridine ($\textrm{UrdH}^{+}$). The precursor ions with $m/z\;113$ ... More
X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy, Raman and photoluminescence studies on formation of defects in Cu:ZnO thin films and its role in non-linear optical featuresApr 27 2019The structural, optical, morphological and nonlinear optical properties of Cu:ZnO spray-coated films are studied. The surface morphology of Cu:ZnO thin films turned out to be homogenous, crack free and well covered with pea-shaped grains. The peak shift ... More
PubSub-SGX: Exploiting Trusted Execution Environments for Privacy-Preserving Publish/Subscribe SystemsFeb 26 2019This paper presents PUBSUB-SGX, a content-based publish-subscribe system that exploits trusted execution environments (TEEs), such as Intel SGX, to guarantee confidentiality and integrity of data as well as anonymity and privacy of publishers and subscribers. ... More
Understanding Convolutional Neural Networks with A Mathematical ModelSep 14 2016This work attempts to address two fundamental questions about the structure of the convolutional neural networks (CNN): 1) why a non-linear activation function is essential at the filter output of every convolutional layer? 2) what is the advantage of ... More
Threshold effects in open-string theoryMay 05 1996May 14 1996We analyze the one-loop effective gauge-field action in $Z_2$-orbifold compactifications of type-I theory. We show how, for non-abelian group factors, the threshold effects are ultraviolet finite though given entirely by a six-dimensional field theory ... More
Hidden Symmetry of a Fluid Dynamical ModelMay 28 2001A connection between solutions of the relativistic d-brane system in (d+1) dimensions with the solutions of a Galileo invariant fluid in d-dimensions is by now well established. However, the physical nature of the light-cone gauge description of a relativistic ... More
A quantum topological phase transition at the microscopic levelJul 13 2007Mar 01 2008We study a quantum phase transition between a phase which is topologically ordered and one which is not. We focus on a spin model, an extension of the toric code, for which we obtain the exact ground state for all values of the coupling constant that ... More
Explicit Gravitational Radiation in Hyperbolic Systems for Numerical RelativityFeb 14 2002Feb 28 2002A method for studying the causal structure of space-time evolution systems is presented. This method, based on a generalization of the well known Riemann problem, provides intrinsic results which can be interpreted from the geometrical point of view. ... More
Flux Limiter Methods in 3D Numerical RelativityFeb 28 2002New numerical methods have been applied in relativity to obtain a numerical evolution of Einstein equations much more robust and stable. Starting from 3+1 formalism and with the evolution equations written as a FOFCH (first-order flux conservative hyperbolic) ... More
Staggered Chiral Perturbation Theory for Heavy-Light MesonsOct 18 2005Jan 25 2006We incorporate heavy-light mesons into staggered chiral perturbation theory, working to leading order in 1/m_Q, where m_Q is the heavy quark mass. At first non-trivial order in the chiral expansion, staggered taste violations affect the chiral logarithms ... More
Replica methods for loopy sparse random graphsJan 29 2016I report on the development of a novel statistical mechanical formalism for the analysis of random graphs with many short loops, and processes on such graphs. The graphs are defined via maximum entropy ensembles, in which both the degrees (via hard constraints) ... More
Statistical Mechanics of Recurrent Neural Networks I. StaticsJun 01 2000A lecture notes style review of the equilibrium statistical mechanics of recurrent neural networks with discrete and continuous neurons (e.g. Ising, coupled-oscillators). To be published in the Handbook of Biological Physics (North-Holland). Accompanied ... More
Light-front representation of chiral dynamics with Delta isobar and large-N_c relationsMar 29 2016Transverse densities describe the spatial distribution of electromagnetic current in the nucleon at fixed light-front time. At peripheral distances b = O(M_pi^{-1}) the densities are governed by chiral dynamics and can be calculated model-independently ... More
Radio Identification of the X-ray Jet in the z=4.3 Quasar GB 1508+5714Oct 25 2003Dec 01 2003The recent discovery of an X-ray jet in the z=4.3 quasar GB 1508+5714 by Yuan et al. (astro-ph/0309318) and Siemiginowska et al. (astro-ph/0310241) prompted a search for its radio counterpart. Here, we report the successful discovery of faint radio emission ... More
CNN as Guided Multi-layer RECOS TransformJan 30 2017Feb 19 2017There is a resurging interest in developing a neural-network-based solution to the supervised machine learning problem. The convolutional neural network (CNN) will be studied in this note. To begin with, we introduce a RECOS transform as a basic building ... More
Multi-scale RenormalizationDec 18 1996The Standard MS renormalization prescription is inadequate for dealing with multi-scale problems. To illustrate this we consider the computation of the effective potential in the Higgs-Yukawa model. It is argued that it is natural to employ a two-scale ... More
Observational constraints upon quintessence models arising from moduli fieldsApr 14 2000Jun 12 2000We study observational constraints on cosmological models with a quintessence arising from moduli fields. The scalar field potential is given by a double exponential potential V=V_0 exp(-A e^{sqrt{2} kappa phi}). After reviewing the properties of the ... More
Electroweak standard model at finite temperature in presence of a bosonic chemical potentialMar 15 2007Dec 30 2010We study the electroweak standard model at finite temperature in presence of a bosonic chemical potential associated with the conserved electromagnetic current. To preserve the thermodynamic equilibrium of the system, the thermal medium is neutralized ... More
Basic Morita equivalences and a conjecture of Sasaki for cohomology of block algebras of finite groupsJun 14 2015We show, using basic Morita equivalences between block algebras of finite groups, that the Conjecture of H. Sasaki from [9] is true for a new class of blocks called nilpotent covered blocks. When this Conjecture is true we define some transfer maps between ... More
The classical overdetermined Serrin problemNov 29 2017Nov 30 2017In this survey we consider the classical overdetermined problem which was studied by Serrin in 1971. The original proof relies on Alexandrov's moving plane method, maximum principles, and a refinement of Hopf's boundary point Lemma. Since then other approaches ... More
$πΛ$ phase shifts and CP Violation in ${Ξ\to πΛ}$ DecaFeb 09 2004The CP violation asymmetry parameters in $\Xi \to\pi\Lambda$ nonleptonic decays are presently being measured by the HyperCP experiment. In the study of these CP violation parameters, the strong $S$ and $P$ phase shifts for the $\pi\Lambda$ final-state ... More
$πΞ$ phase shifts and CP Violation in ${Ω\toπΞ}$ DecayMar 27 2003Apr 02 2003In the study of CP violation signals in ${\O}\to\pi\Xi$ nonleptonic decays, the strong $J$=3/2 $P$ and $D$ phase shifts for the $\pi\Xi$ final-state interactions are needed. These phases are calculated using an effective Lagrangian model, including $\Xi$, ... More
Quantum mechanics in curved space-time IISep 01 2005This paper is a sequence of the work presented in [1], where, the principles of the general relativity have been used to formulate quantum wave equations taking into account the effect of the electromagnetic and strong interactions in the space-time metric ... More
A theorem of Mislin for cohomology of fusion systems and applications to block algebras of finite groupsNov 15 2013Dec 10 2014We give an algebraic proof for a theorem of Mislin in the case of cohomology of saturated fusion systems defined on p-groups when p is odd. Some applications of this theorem to block algebras of finite groups are also given.
Stückelberg Field Shiftting Quantization of Free-Particle on D-Dimensional SphereAug 11 2000In this paper we quantize the free-particle on a D-dimensional sphere in an unambiguous way by converting the second-class constraint using St\"uckelberg field shiftting formalism. Further, we argument that this formalism is equivalent to the BFFT constraint ... More
Entanglement and topological entropy of the toric code at finite temperatureApr 27 2007Nov 01 2007We calculate exactly the von Neumann and topological entropies of the toric code as a function of system size and temperature. We do so for systems with infinite energy scale separation between magnetic and electric excitations, so that the magnetic closed ... More
Dynamical shift conditions for the Z4 and BSSN hyperbolic formalismsJan 07 2004Mar 22 2004A class of dynamical shift conditions is shown to lead to a strongly hyperbolic evolution system, both in the Z4 and in the BSSN Numerical Relativity formalisms. This class generalizes the harmonic shift condition, where light speed is the only non-trivial ... More
Auger recombination and carrier multiplication in embedded silicon and germanium nanocrystalsSep 10 2007Apr 16 2008For Si and Ge nanocrystals (NCs) embedded in wide band-gap matrices, Auger recombination (AR) and carrier multiplication (CM) lifetimes are computed exactly in a three-dimensional real space grid using empirical pseudopotential wave functions. Our results ... More
Theoretical study of the insulating oxides and nitrides: SiO2, GeO2, Al2O3, Si3N4, and Ge3N4Oct 06 2006Jul 23 2007An extensive theoretical study is performed for wide bandgap crystalline oxides and nitrides, namely, SiO_{2}, GeO_{2}, Al_{2}O_{3}, Si_{3}N_{4}, and Ge_{3}N_{4}. Their important polymorphs are considered which are for SiO_{2}: $\alpha$-quartz, $\alpha$- ... More
A simple stochastic model for the evolution of protein lengthsMar 26 2007Mar 26 2007We analyse a simple discrete-time stochastic process for the theoretical modeling of the evolution of protein lengths. At every step of the process a new protein is produced as a modification of one of the proteins already existing and its length is assumed ... More
Staggered Chiral Perturbation TheoryAug 28 2003We discuss how to formulate a staggered chiral perturbation theory. This amounts to a generalization of the Lee-Sharpe Lagrangian to include more than one flavor (i.e. multiple staggered fields), which turns out to be nontrivial. One loop corrections ... More
Dark Matter in a single-metric universeJan 04 2016Mar 01 2016A few years ago Baker proposed a metric, implementing the Bona-Stela construction, which interpolates smoothly between the Schwarzschild metric at small scales and the Friedmann-Robertson-Walker (FRW) metric at large scales. As it stands, by enforcing ... More
Light-front representation of chiral dynamics in peripheral transverse densitiesMar 16 2015The nucleon's electromagnetic form factors are expressed in terms of the transverse densities of charge and magnetization at fixed light-front time. At peripheral transverse distances $b = O(M_\pi^{-1})$ the densities are governed by chiral dynamics and ... More
Eccentric Binary Millisecond PulsarsJul 18 2009In this paper we review the recent discovery of several millisecond pulsars (MSPs) in eccentric binary systems. Timing these MSPs we were able to estimate (and in one case precisely measure) their masses. These results suggest that, as a class, MSPs have ... More
Detection of Optical Synchrotron Emission from the Radio Jet of 3C279Oct 08 2002Nov 05 2002We report the detection of optical and ultraviolet emission from the kiloparsec scale jet of the well-known quasar 3C~279. A bright knot, discovered in archival V and U band {\it Hubble Space Telescope} Faint Object Camera images, is coincident with a ... More
Understanding Convolutional Neural Networks with A Mathematical ModelSep 14 2016Nov 02 2016This work attempts to address two fundamental questions about the structure of the convolutional neural networks (CNN): 1) why a non-linear activation function is essential at the filter output of every convolutional layer? 2) what is the advantage of ... More
On the density of the sum of two independent Student t-random vectorsJun 16 2009In this paper, we find an expression for the density of the sum of two independent $d-$dimensional Student $t-$random vectors $\mathbf{X}$ and $\mathbf{Y}$ with arbitrary degrees of freedom. As a byproduct we also obtain an expression for the density ... More
On the numerical evaluation of algebro-geometric solutions to integrable equationsJul 11 2011Dec 06 2011Physically meaningful periodic solutions to certain integrable partial differential equations are given in terms of multi-dimensional theta functions associated to real Riemann surfaces. Typical analytical problems in the numerical evaluation of these ... More
Quantum mechanics in curved space-timeSep 13 2004May 13 2005In this paper, the principles of the general relativity are used to formulate quantum wave equations for spin-0 and spin-1/2 particles. More specifically, the equations are worked in a Schwarzschild-like metric. As a test, the hydrogen atom spectrum is ... More
Generating functional analysis of Minority Games with real market historiesOct 13 2004It is shown how the generating functional method of De Dominicis can be used to solve the dynamics of the original version of the minority game (MG), in which agents observe real as opposed to fake market histories. Here one again finds exact closed equations ... More
Statistical Mechanics of Recurrent Neural Networks II. DynamicsJun 01 2000A lecture notes style review of the non-equilibrium statistical mechanics of recurrent neural networks with discrete and continuous neurons (e.g. Ising, graded-response, coupled-oscillators). To be published in the Handbook of Biological Physics (North-Holland). ... More
Non-equilibrium statistical mechanics of Minority GamesMay 13 2002In this paper I give a brief introduction to a family of simple but non-trivial models designed to increase our understanding of collective processes in markets, the so-called Minority Games, and their non-equilibrium statistical mathematical analysis. ... More
NSV 13983: A New Dwarf Nova in the Period GapJun 17 2008Aims. NSV 13983 is catalogued as a dwarf nova based on a reported outburst from 2005. The system has not yet been studied spectroscopically. We attempt to confirm its nature as a dwarf nova and determine its orbital period. Methods. We derive the orbital ... More
Computation of the topological type of a real Riemann surfaceApr 21 2012We present an algorithm for the computation of the topological type of a real compact Riemann surface associated to an algebraic curve, i.e., its genus and the properties of the set of fixed points of the anti-holomorphic involution $\tau$, namely, the ... More
A new and trivial CP symmetry for extended $A_4$ flavorJan 05 2016May 18 2016The combination of $\nu_\mu$-$\nu_\tau$ exchange together with CP conjugation in the neutrino sector (known as $\mathrm{CP}^{\mu\tau}$ symmetry or $\mu\tau$-reflection) is known to predict the viable pattern: $\theta_{23}=45^\circ$, maximal Dirac CP phase ... More
Symmetric cohomology of groups as a Mackey functorDec 05 2014Symmetric cohomology of groups, defined by M. Staic in [2], is similar to the way one defines the cyclic cohomology for algebras. We show that there is a well-defined restriction, conjugation and transfer map in symmetric cohomology, which form a Mackey ... More
Scaling of the superfluid density in severely underdoped YBa2Cu3O6+yNov 20 2009Recent measurements on extremely-underdoped YBa2Cu3O6+y [Phys. Rev. Lett. 99, 237003 (2007)] have allowed the critical temperature (T_c), superfluid density [rho_0 (T << T_c)] and dc conductivity [sigma_dc (T ~ T_c)] to be determined for a series of electronic ... More
Quantum-mechanical picture of peripheral chiral dynamicsMar 06 2015The nucleon's peripheral transverse charge and magnetization densities are computed in chiral effective field theory. The densities are represented in first-quantized form, as overlap integrals of chiral light-front wave functions describing the transition ... More
Eclipsing Binary PulsarsApr 05 2004The first eclipsing binary pulsar, PSR B1957+20, was discovered in 1987. Since then, 13 other eclipsing low-mass binary pulsars have been found, 12 of these are in globular clusters. In this paper we list the known eclipsing binary pulsars and their properties, ... More
Poincare duality in dimension 3Oct 03 2004The paper gives a review of progress towards extending the Thurston programme to the Poincare duality case. For a full abstract, see the published version at the above link.
The Pulsar Population in Globular Clusters and in the GalaxyOct 15 2012Oct 23 2012In this paper, I review some of the basic properties of the pulsar population in globular clusters (GCs) and compare it with the the Galactic disk population. The neutron stars (NSs) in GCs were likely formed - and appear to continue forming - in highly ... More
Magnetic Charge in a Nonassociative Field TheoryMay 01 1996The violation of the Jacobi identity by the presence of magnetic charge is accomodated by using an explicitly nonassociative theory of octonionic fields. It is found that the dynamics of this theory is simplified if the Lagrangian contains only dyonic ... More
Using modified Gaussian distribution to study the physical properties of one and two-component ultracold atomsDec 20 2006Gaussian distribution is commonly used as a good approximation to study the trapped one-component Bose-condensed atoms with relatively small nonlinear effect. It is not adequate in dealing with the one-component system of large nonlinear effect, nor the ... More
Oscillations of Bose condensates in a one-dimensional optical superlatticeDec 30 2005Oscillations of atomic Bose-Einstein condensates in a 1D optical lattice with a two-point basis is investigated. In the low-frequency regime, four branches of modes are resolved, that correspond to the transverse in-phase and out-of-phase breathing modes, ... More
Chemical Equilibration of AntihyperonsFeb 15 2002Feb 25 2002Rapid chemical equilibration of antihyperons by means of the interplay between strong annihilation on baryons and the corresponding backreactions of multi-mesonic (fusion-type) processes in the later, hadronic stage of an ultrarelativistic heavy ion collision ... More
Nuclear Corrections in Neutrino Deep Inelastic Scattering and the Extraction of the Strange Quark DistributionJun 18 1998Jun 23 1998Recent measurement of the structure function $F_2^\nu$ in neutrino deep inelastic scattering allows us to compare structure function measured in neutrino and charged lepton scattering for the first time with reasonable precision. The comparison between ... More
Light-Cone Meson-Baryon Fluctuations and Single-Spin AsymmetriesJun 15 1998Feb 09 1999We show that energetically favored meson-baryon fluctuations present in the light-cone wave function of a transversely polarized proton can account for the left-right asymmetries measured in inclusive meson production processes.
Models of Non-Minimal Chaotic Inflation in SupergravityJul 30 2013Dec 11 2014We show how we can implement chaotic inflation in the context of supergravity by conveniently selecting the functional form of a strong enough non-minimal coupling between the inflaton and the Ricci scalar curvature. The procedure can be applied when ... More
Kination Dominated Reheating and Cold Dark Matter AbundanceOct 18 2005Oct 31 2006We consider the decay of a massive particle under the complete or partial domination of the kinetic energy density generated by a quintessential exponential model and we impose a number of observational constraints originating from nucleosynthesis, the ... More
Kinetically Modified Non-Minimal Chaotic InflationMar 19 2015Aug 31 2015We consider Supersymmetric (SUSY) and non-SUSY models of chaotic inflation based on the phi^n potential with 2<=n<=6. We show that the coexistence of a nonminimal coupling to gravity, fR=1+cR phi^(n/2), with a kinetic mixing of the form fK=cK fR^m can ... More
Comparing proteins by their internal dynamics: exploring structure-function relationships beyond static structural alignmentsDec 17 2012The growing interest for comparing protein internal dynamics owes much to the realization that protein function can be accompanied or assisted by structural fluctuations and conformational changes. Analogously to the case of functional structural elements, ... More
Multiplicative structures on algebraic K-theoryApr 17 2013Jul 16 2014Algebraic K-theory is the stable homotopy theory of homotopy theories, and it interacts with algebraic structures accordingly. In particular, we prove the Deligne Conjecture for algebraic K-theory.
Topological rigidification of schemesDec 08 2010We show that any of a large class of schemes receives a universal homeomorphism from a reduced scheme that in turn receives no nontrivial universal homeomorphism from any other reduced scheme. This construction serves as a categorical input for the formal ... More
Statistical Mechanics of Entropy Production: Gibbsian hypothesis and local fluctuationsJun 22 2001Jul 09 2001It is argued that a Gibbsian formula for the space-time distribution of microscopic trajectories of a nonequilibrium system provides a unifying framework for recent results on the fluctuations of the entropy production. The variable entropy production ... More
SAMPIC: a readout chip for fast timing detectors in particle physics and medical imagingMar 16 2015We describe the new fast timing readout chip SAMPIC developed in CEA Saclay and in LAL Orsay (France) as well as the results of differents tests performed using that chip.
On the Factorisation of the Connected Prescription for Yang-Mills AmplitudesDec 22 2006We examine factorisation in the connected prescription of Yang-Mills amplitudes. The multi-particle pole is interpreted as coming from representing delta functions as meromorphic functions. However, a naive evaluation does not give a correct result. We ... More
What is the Usefulness of Frequentist Confidence Intervals?Mar 01 2000The following questions are discussed: ``Why confidence intervals are a hot topic?''; ``Are confidence intervals objective?''; ``What is the usefulness of coverage?''; ``How to obtain useful information from experiment?''; ``The confidence level must ... More
A new ordering principle for the classical statistical analysis of Poisson processes with backgroundAug 06 1998May 06 1999Inspired by the recent proposal by Feldman and Cousins of a ``unified approach to the classical statistical analysis of small signals'' based on a choice of ordering in Neyman's construction of classical confidence intervals, I propose a new ordering ... More
Status of Neutrino FitsMay 13 2003I review the current status of solar, KamLAND, atmospheric and K2K neutrino experiments, implications for three-neutrino mixing and upper bounds for the neutrino masses.
Last CPT-Invariant Hope for LSND Neutrino OscillationsFeb 19 2003Feb 21 2003It is shown that the 99% confidence limits from the analyses of the data of cosmological and neutrino experiments imply a small marginally allowed region in the space of the neutrino oscillation parameters of 3+1 four-neutrino mixing schemes. This region ... More
Enhancing the physical significance of Frequentist confidence intervalsFeb 15 2000It is shown that all the Frequentist methods are equivalent from a statistical point of view, but the physical significance of the confidence intervals depends on the method. The Bayesian Ordering method is presented and confronted with the Unified Approach ... More
Zeeman response of d-wave superconductors: Born approximation for impurity and spin-orbit scattering potentialsJul 01 1999The effects of impurity and spin-orbit scattering potentials can strongly affect the Zeeman response of a d-wave superconductor. Here, both the phase diagram and the quasiparticle density of states are calculated within the Born approximation and it is ... More
Electron Spin Dynamics in Impure Quantum Wells for Arbitrary Spin-Orbit CouplingJan 09 2005Mar 28 2005Strong interest has arisen recently on low-dimensional systems with strong spin-orbit interaction due to their peculiar properties of interest for some spintronic applications. Here, the time evolution of the electron spin polarization of a disordered ... More
How and when can one identify hadronic molecules in the baryon spectrumNov 05 2007A method to identify hadronic molecules in the particle spectrum is reviewed and the conditions for its applicability discussed. Special emphasis is put on the discussion of molecule candidates in the baryon spectrum.
Meson production in nucleon--nucleon collisions close to the thresholdNov 26 2003Mar 24 2004The last decade has witnessed great experimental progress that has led to measurements of cross sections--polarized as well as unpolarized--of of high accuracy in several $NN \to NNx$ reaction channels. These data, naturally, pose challenges to theorists ... More
Pion reactions on two--nucleon systemsMar 12 2007We review recent progress in our understanding of elastic and inelastic pion reactions on two nucleon systems from the point of view of effective field theory. The discussion includes pion-deuteron scattering, gamma d to pi-nn, and NN to NNpi. At the ... More
Diagrammatic Derivation of Lovelock DensitiesFeb 16 2009Apr 19 2009We discuss a method of calculating the various scalar densities encountered in Lovelock theory which relies on diagrammatic, instead of algebraic manipulations. Taking advantage of the known symmetric and antisymmetric properties of the Riemann tensor ... More
Photoproduction of K^0 and Lambda at HERA and a Comparison with Deep Inelastic ScatteringMay 28 1997May 29 1997Inclusive $K^0$ and $\Lambda$ photoproduction has been investigated at HERA with the H1 detector at an average photon-proton center of mass energy of 200 GeV in the transverse momentum range 0.5 <p_t <5 GeV. The production rates as a function of $p_t$ ... More
Charmonium Production in Deep Inelastic Scattering at HERAMar 09 1999The electroproduction of J/psi and psi(2S) mesons is studied in elastic, quasi-elastic and inclusive reactions for four momentum transfers 2 < Q^2 < 80 GeV^2 and photon-proton centre of mass energies 25 < W < 180 GeV. The data were taken with the H1 detector ... More
Measurement of Internal Jet Structure in Dijet Production in Deep-Inelastic Scattering at HERAJan 09 1999Internal jet structure in dijet production in deep-inelastic scattering is measured with the H1 detector at HERA. Jets with transverse energies ET,Breit > 5 GeV are selected in the Breit frame employing k_perp and cone jet algorithms. In the kinematic ... More
Measurement of Dijet Cross-Sections at Low Q^2 and the Extraction of an Effective Parton Density for the Virtual PhotonDec 18 1998The triple-differential dijet cross-section, d^3 sigma_{ep}/dQ2 dE_t2 dxgjets, is measured with the H1 detector at HERA as a function of the photon virtuality Q^2, the fraction of the photon's momentum carried by the parton entering the hard scattering, ... More
Measurement of the Inclusive Di-Jet Cross Section in Photoproduction and Determination of an Effective Parton Distribution in the PhotonSep 05 1997The double-differential inclusive di-jet cross section in photoproduction processes is measured with the H1 detector at HERA. The cross section is determined as a function of the average transverse jet energy E_T^jets for ranges of the fractional energy ... More
GRBs as ultra-high energy cosmic ray sources: clues from FermiMar 27 2010If gamma-ray bursts are sources of ultra-high energy cosmic rays, then radiative signatures of hadronic acceleration are expected in GRB data. Observations with the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope offer the best means to search for evidence of UHECRs ... More
High-Energy Cosmic Rays and Neutrinos from Gamma-Ray BurstsJun 16 2005A complete model for the origin of high-energy >~10^{14} eV) cosmic rays from gamma-ray bursts (GRBs) and implications of this hypothesis are described. Detection of high-energy neutrinos from GRBs provide an unambiguous test of the model. Evidence for ... More
Soft Gluon Effects on Electroweak Boson Production in Hadron CollisionsJun 17 1999Shortened table of contents: 1. Introduction 1.1 The Standard Model of Elementary Particles 1.2 The Quantum Nature of Gauge Fields 2. Soft Gluon Resummation 2.1 Lepton Pair Production at Fixed Order in $\alpha _s$ 2.2 The Resummation Formalism 3. Vector ... More
The baryonic self similarity of dark matterMay 24 2013Jun 16 2014The cosmological simulations indicates that the dark matter haloes have specific self similar properties. However the halo similarity is affected by the baryonic feedback, the momentum injected by the supernovae re-shape the dark matter core and transform ... More
Dark matter halo's and self similarityJun 28 2012Oct 29 2012This papers explores the self similar solutions of the Vlasov-Poisson system and their relation to the gravitational collapse of dynamically cold systems. Analytic solutions are derived for power law potential in one dimension, and extensions of these ... More
Perturbative reconstruction of a gravitational lens: when mass does not follow lightJan 04 2009Sep 07 2009The structure and potential of a complex gravitational lens is reconstructed using the perturbative method presented in Alard 2007, MNRAS, 382L, 58; Alard 2008, MNRAS, 388, 375. This lens is composed of 6 galaxies belonging to a small group. The lens ... More
Gravitational arcs as a perturbation of the perfect ringJun 02 2007The image of a point situated at the center of a circularly symmetric potential is a perfect circle. The perturbative effect of non-symmetrical potential terms is to displace and break the perfect circle. These 2 effects, displacement and breaking are ... More
Image subtraction with non-constant kernel solutionsMar 08 1999It is demonstrated that non-constant kernel solution, that can fit the spatial variations of the kernel can be obtained with minimum computing time. The CPU cost required with this new extension of the image subtraction method is almost the same as for ... More
MEPSA: a flexible peak search algorithm designed for uniformly spaced time seriesJan 06 2015We present a novel algorithm aimed at identifying peaks within a uniformly sampled time series affected by uncorrelated Gaussian noise. The algorithm, called "MEPSA" (multiple excess peak search algorithm), essentially scans the time series at different ... More
"Soft" PhenomenologyOct 17 1997A review of the soft supersymmetry-breaking parameters and the $\mu$ term arising in superstring models is performed paying special attention to their phenomenological implications. In particular, the violation of the scalar mass universality which may ... More
Theoretical Predictions for the Direct Detection of Supersymmetric Dark MatterDec 23 2003We compute the neutralino-nucleon cross section in several supersymmetric scenarios, taking into account all kind of experimental and astrophysical constraints. In addition, the constraints that the absence of dangerous charge and colour breaking minima ... More
Soft Terms from Dilaton/Moduli sectorsSep 13 1995We study the structure of the soft SUSY-breaking terms obtained from large classes of 4-D Strings under the assumption of dilaton/moduli dominance in the process of SUSY-breaking. In particular, we first analyze in detail the dilaton-dominated limit because ... More
Soft Supersymmetry-breaking terms and the μproblemJul 20 1995The connection between Supergravity and the low-energy world is analyzed. In particular, the soft Supersymmetry-breaking terms arising in Supergravity, the $\mu$ problem and various solutions proposed to solve it are reviewed. The soft terms arising in ... More
Galactic Black HOle Binary SystemsDec 18 2000I review observations of the X-ray spectra of Galactic Black Hole Candidates, and theoretical ideas as to how these can be produced. X-ray reflection should enable different source geometries to be distinguished, but the ionisation instability of X-ray ... More
Stability of strange quark matter in the MIT bag model and in the Color Dielectric ModelOct 09 2001We utilize the MIT bag model and two different versions of the Color Dielectric Model in order to study the properties of strange matter, and to discuss the stability of strangelets. We also investigate the effect of the introduction of perturbative gluons. ... More