Results for "E. Matsuoka"

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On the higher derivatives of Z(t) associated with the Riemann Zeta-FunctionMay 10 2012Let $Z(t)$ be the classical Hardy function in the theory of the Riemann zeta-function. The main result in this paper is that if the Riemann hypothesis is true then for any positive integer $n$ there exists a $t_{n}>0$ such that for $t>t_{n}$ the function ... More
Ferromagnetic Instability in AFe4Sb12 (A = Ca, Sr, and Ba)Dec 04 2004Magnetic, transport and thermal properties of AFe4Sb12 (A = Ca, Sr, Ba) are reported. All three compounds show a maximum in both the magnetic susceptibility and thermopower at 50 K, and a large electronic specific heat coefficient of 100 mJ/mol K2. These ... More
Nature of hard X-ray (3-24 keV) detected luminous infrared galaxies in the COSMOS fieldMar 08 2017May 18 2017We investigate the nature of far-infrared (70 um) and hard X-ray (3-24 keV) selected galaxies in the COSMOS field detected with both Spitzer and Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array (NuSTAR). By matching the Spitzer-COSMOS catalog against the NuSTAR-COSMOS ... More
Making Bidirected Graphs Strongly ConnectedSep 04 2017We consider problems to make a given bidirected graph strongly connected with minimum cardinality of additional signs or additional arcs. For the former problem, we show the minimum number of additional signs and give a linear-time algorithm for finding ... More
On certain mean values of the double zeta-functionMar 26 2013Jul 07 2013In this paper we discuss three types of the mean values of the Euler double zeta function. In order to get results we introduce three approximate formulas for this function.
Constraints on the faint end of the quasar luminosity function at z~5 in the COSMOS fieldJul 06 2012We present the result of our low-luminosity quasar survey in the redshift range of 4.5 < z < 5.5 in the COSMOS field. Using the COSMOS photometric catalog, we selected 15 quasar candidates with 22 < i' < 24 at z~5, that are ~ 3 mag fainter than the SDSS ... More
The Quasar-LBG Two-point Angular Cross-correlation Function at z ~ 4 in the COSMOS FieldJul 19 2015Aug 20 2015In order to investigate the origin of quasars, we estimate the bias factor for low-luminosity quasars at high redshift for the first time. In this study, we use the two-point angular cross-correlation function (CCF) for both low-luminosity quasars at ... More
Descent properties of the topological chiral homologySep 24 2014Jan 18 2016We study descent properties of Jacob Lurie's topological chiral homology. We prove that this homology theory satisfies descent for a factorizing cover, as defined by Kevin Costello and Owen Gwilliam. We also obtain a generalization of Lurie's approach ... More
On the almost Gorenstein property in Rees algebras of contracted idealsApr 16 2016Jul 03 2016The question of when the Rees algebra ${\mathcal R} (I)= \bigoplus_{n \ge 0}I^n$ of $I$ is an almost Gorenstein graded ring is explored, where $R$ is a two-dimensional regular local ring and $I$ a contracted ideal of $R$. It is known that ${\mathcal R} ... More
Efficient generation of ideals in core subalgebras of the polynomial ring k[t] over a field kApr 26 2019This note aims at finding explicit and efficient generation of ideals in subalgebras $R$ of the polynomial ring $S=k[t]$ ($k$ a field) such that $t^{c_0}S \subseteq R$ for some integer $c_0 > 0$. The class of these subalgebras which we call cores of $S$ ... More
Co-evolution of Galaxies and Central Black Holes: Observational Evidence on the Trigger of AGN FeedbackMar 07 2012A comprehensive analysis of extended emission line region (EELR) around quasars is presented. New Subaru/Suprime-Cam observation is combined with literature search, resulting in a compilation of 81 EELR measurements for type-1 and type-2 quasars with ... More
Descent and the Koszul duality for locally constant factorization algebrasDec 09 2013Sep 24 2014Generalizing Jacob Lurie's idea on the relation between the Verdier duality and the iterated loop space theory, we study the Koszul duality for locally constant factorization algebras. We formulate an analogue of Lurie's "nonabelian Poincare duality" ... More
Koszul duality for locally constant factorization algebrasSep 24 2014Mar 12 2015Generalising Jacob Lurie's idea on the relation between the Verdier duality and the iterated loop space theory, we study the Koszul duality for locally constant factorisation algebras. We formulate an analogue of Lurie's "nonabelian Poincare duality" ... More
Higher theories of algebraic structuresJan 03 2016Apr 10 2017The notion of (symmetric) coloured operad or "multicategory" can be obtained from the notion of commutative algebra through a certain general process which we call "theorization" (where our term comes from an analogy with William Lawvere's notion of algebraic ... More
Koszul duality between $E_n$-algebras and coalgebras in a filtered categorySep 24 2014Aug 21 2015We study the Koszul duality between augmented $E_n$-algebras and augmented $E_n$-coalgebras in a symmetric monoidal stable infinity $1$-category equipped with a filtration in a suitable sense. We obtain that the Koszul duality constructions restrict to ... More
The CKM Matrix and Its OriginApr 20 1998Jun 08 1998In the context of the supersymmetric unification model in which the massless sector contains extra particles beyond those in the minimal supersymmetric standard model, we obtain mixings between quarks (leptons) and the extra particles which are closely ... More
A New Linear Time Correctness Condition for Multiplicative Linear LogicFeb 26 2019In this paper, we give a new linear time correctness condition for proof nets of Multiplicative Linear Logic without units. Our approach is based on a rewriting system over trees. We have only three rewrite rules. Compared to previous linear time correctness ... More
The Complex X-ray Spectrum of 3C 273: ASCA ObservationsMar 19 1998shortened) Results obtained from 9 X-ray observations of 3C 273 performed by ASCA are presented (for a total exposure time of about 160 000 s). The analysis and interpretation of the results is complicated by the fact that 4 of these observations were ... More
Spectral Variability and iron line emission in the ASCA Observations of the Seyfert 1 Galaxy NGC4051Oct 23 1996We present the results of an extensive analysis of the ``ASCA'' AO2 observation of the Seyfert 1 galaxy NGC4051. The target exhibits broadband [0.5--10 keV] variability by a factor $\sim 8$ on time scales $\sim 10^4 s$, with a typical doubling time $\sim ... More
A generalization of categorification, and higher "theory" of algebrasSep 07 2015Jan 18 2016We give an introduction to the topics of our forthcoming work, in which we introduce and study new mathematical objects which we call "higher theories" of algebras, where inspiration for the term comes from William Lawvere's notion of "algebraic theory". ... More
Koszul duality between $E_n$-algebras and coalgebras in a filtered categorySep 24 2014Mar 19 2018We study the Koszul duality between augmented $E_n$-algebras and augmented $E_n$-coalgebras in a symmetric monoidal stable infinity $1$-category equipped with a filtration in a suitable sense. We obtain that the Koszul duality constructions restrict to ... More
Design and Performance of the Wide-Field X-Ray Monitor on Board the High-Energy Transient Explorer 2Nov 04 2003The Wide-field X-ray Monitor (WXM) is one of the scientific instruments carried on the High Energy Transient Explorer 2 (HETE-2) satellite launched on 2000 October 9. HETE-2 is an international mission consisting of a small satellite dedicated to provide ... More
Higher theories of algebraic structuresJan 03 2016Feb 18 2016The notion of (symmetric) coloured operad or "multicategory" can be obtained from the notion of commutative algebra through a certain general process which we call "theorization" (where our term comes from an analogy with William Lawvere's notion of algebraic ... More
Generalized entropy and extensions of the second law of thermodynamics and the Clausius relation for quantum systems in steady heat conduction statesSep 27 2012May 23 2014This paper has been withdrawn by the author. For the reason, see the bottom paragraph of this abstract. By generalizing Tasaki's work on the second law of thermodynamics for an adiabatic process between two equilibrium states of a macroscopic quantum ... More
Green-Kubo formulas with symmetrized correlation functions for quantum systems in steady states: the shear viscosity of a fluid in a steady shear flowApr 25 2012May 05 2012For a quantum system in a steady state with a constant current of heat or particles driven by a temperature or chemical potential difference between two reservoirs attached to the system, the fluctuation theorem for the current was previously shown to ... More
The principle of microreversibility and the fluctuation relations for quantum systems driven out of equilibriumOct 30 2012May 23 2014For classical systems driven out of equilibrium, Crooks derived a relation (the Crooks-Jarzynski relation), whose special cases include a relation (the Crooks relation) equivalent to the Kawasaki non-linear response relation. We derive a quantum extension ... More
A New Linear Time Correctness Condition for Multiplicative Linear LogicFeb 26 2019Mar 04 2019In this paper, we give a new linear time correctness condition for proof nets of Multiplicative Linear Logic without units. Our approach is based on a rewriting system over trees. We have only three rewrite rules. Compared with previous linear time correctness ... More
The generalized Lefschetz number of homeomorphisms on punctured disksApr 09 2008Sep 19 2009We compute the generalized Lefschetz number of orientation-preserving self-homeomorphisms of a compact punctured disk, using the fact that homotopy classes of these homeomorphisms can be identified with braids. This result is applied to study Nielsen-Thurston ... More
Pressure-Temperature-Magnetic Field Phase Diagram of Ferromagnetic Kondo Lattice CeRuPONov 06 2013We report the temperature-pressure-magnetic field phase diagram made from electrical resistivity measurements for the ferromagnetic (FM) Kondo lattice CeRuPO. The ground state at zero field changes from the FM state to another state, which is suggested ... More
Nonmagnetic Impurity Effect of the S=1/2 Spin Ladder System (pipdH)_2Cu_{1-x}Zn_xBr_4May 07 2013May 08 2013We report the synthesis and the magnetic susceptibility of (pipdH)2Cu1-xZnxBr4, which is a nonmagnetic impurity-doped S=1/2 spin ladder system. The samples were synthesized from a solution by using a slow evaporation method. Samples were confirmed to ... More
Results from Monitoring the Broad-Line Radio Galaxy 3C 390.3Dec 11 1995During 1995, the broad-line radio galaxy 3C 390.3 is the subject of a multi-wavelength monitoring campaign comprised of ROSAT HRI, IUE, and ground based optical, infrared and radio observations. We report preliminary results from the monitoring campaign ... More
New constraints on Lyman-α opacity with a sample of 62 quasars at z > 5.7Feb 22 2018May 24 2018We present measurements of the mean and scatter of the IGM Lyman-{\alpha} opacity at 4.9 < z < 6.1 along the lines of sight of 62 quasars at z > 5.7, the largest sample assembled at these redshifts to date by a factor of two. The sample size enables us ... More
Witnessing the active assembly phase of massive galaxies since z = 1Feb 02 2010Apr 26 2010We present an analysis of ~60 000 massive (stellar mass M_star > 10^{11} M_sun) galaxies out to z = 1 drawn from 55.2 deg2 of the United Kingdom Infrared Telescope (UKIRT) Infrared Deep Sky Survey (UKIDSS) and the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) II Supernova ... More
Repeated Short-term Spectral Softening in the Low/Hard State of the Galactic Black-Hole Candidate Swift J1753.5-0127Mar 04 2015We report MAXI and Swift observations of short-term spectral softenings of the galactic black-hole X-ray binary Swift J1753.5-0127 in the low/hard state. These softening events are characterized by a simultaneous increase of soft X-rays (2-4 keV) and ... More
Footprints in the wind of Vela X-1 traced with MAXIApr 22 2013The stellar wind around the compact object in luminous wind-accreting high mass X-ray binaries is expected to be strongly ionized with the X-rays coming from the compact object. The stellar wind of hot stars is mostly driven by light absorption in lines ... More
First ASCA results for high-redshift Radio-Quiet QuasarsSep 07 1998Here we report the X-ray spectral analysis of 5 high-redshift ($z \geq 2$) radio-quiet quasars (RQQs) observed with the ASCA satellite. A simple power law with Galactic absorption model well fits the data. There is no evidence of a reflection component. ... More
Evidence for ionized reprocessing in the X-ray spectrum of the Seyfert 1 Galaxy 1E1615+061Sep 02 1998The Seyfert 1 galaxy 1E1615+061 was observed to display a very steep and intense soft X-ray spectrum during a HEAO-1 A2 observation in the 1978. Such an exceptionally soft X-ray state has never been observed subsequently, but the source has continued ... More
Large lepton flavor mixings in $SU(6)\times SU(2)_R$ modelSep 07 2000Dec 14 2000The lepton masses and mixings are studied on the basis of string inspired $SU(6)\times SU(2)_R$ model with global flavor symmetries. Provided that sizable mixings between lepton doublets $L$ and Higgsino-like fields $H_d$ with even R-parity occur and ... More
Uniformly Cohen-Macaulay simplicial complexes and almost Gorenstein* simplicial complexesMay 29 2014Feb 25 2016In this paper, we study simplicial complexes whose Stanley-Reisner rings are almost Gorenstein and have $a$-invariant zero. We call such a simplicial complex an almost Gorenstein* simplicial complex. To study the almost Gorenstein* property, we introduce ... More
On finite generation of symbolic Rees rings of space monomial curves and existence of negative curvesJan 25 2008Sep 03 2009In this paper, we shall study finite generation of symbolic Rees rings of the defining ideal of the space monomial curves $(t^a, t^b, t^c)$ for pairwise coprime integers $a$, $b$, $c$ such that $(a,b,c) \neq (1,1,1)$. If such a ring is not finitely generated ... More
Single-Electron Traps: A Quantitative Comparison of Theory and ExperimentSep 27 1996We have carried out a coordinated experimental and theoretical study of single-electron traps based on submicron aluminum islands and aluminum oxide tunnel junctions. The results of geometrical modeling using a modified version of MIT's FastCap were used ... More
Simplified Picture of Low Mass X-ray Binaries based on Data from Aql X-1 and 4U1608-52Oct 09 2012Oct 10 2012We propose a simplified picture of low mass X-ray binaries containing a neutron star (NS-LMXBs) based on data obtained from AqlX-1 and 4U1608-52 which often produce outbursts. In this picture we propose at least three states and three state transitions; ... More
An Optically Faint Quasar Survey at z~5 in the CFHTLS Wide Field: Estimates of the Black Hole Masses and Eddington RatiosAug 01 2017We present the result of our spectroscopic follow-up observation for faint quasar candidates at z~5 in a part of the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope Legacy Survey wide field. We select nine photometric candidates and identify three z~5 faint quasars, one ... More
Quark Mixings in $SU(6)\times SU(2)_R$ and Suppression of $V_{ub}$Mar 24 2000Jul 07 2000The quark mixing matrix $V_{CKM}$ is studied in depth on the basis of superstring inspired $SU(6)\times SU(2)_R$ model with global flavor symmetries. The sizable mixings between right-handed down-type quark $D^c$ and colored Higgs field $g^c$ potentially ... More
MAXI observations of long-term variations of Cygnus X-1 in the low/hard and the high/soft statesJan 12 2016Long-term X-ray variability of the black hole binary, Cygnus X-1, was studied with five years of MAXI data from 2009 to 2014, which include substantial periods of the high/soft state, as well as the low/hard state. In each state, Normalized Power Spectrum ... More
ASCA view on High-Redshift Radio-Quiet QuasarsJul 12 2000We briefly discuss the latest ASCA results on the X-ray spectral properties of high-redshift radio-quiet quasars.
Filmy Cloud Removal on Satellite Imagery with Multispectral Conditional Generative Adversarial NetsOct 13 2017In this paper, we propose a method for cloud removal from visible light RGB satellite images by extending the conditional Generative Adversarial Networks (cGANs) from RGB images to multispectral images. Satellite images have been widely utilized for various ... More
Probing the stellar wind environment of Vela X-1 with MAXIJan 28 2016Feb 18 2016Vela X-1 is among the best studied and most luminous accreting X-ray pulsars. The supergiant optical companion produces a strong radiatively-driven stellar wind, which is accreted onto the neutron star producing highly variable X-ray emission. A complex ... More
Precursors and Outbursts of A 0535+26 in 2009-2011 observed by the MAXI/GSC and the Swift/BATAug 26 2013Over the 3-year active period from 2008 September to 2011 November, the outburst behavior of the Be/X-ray binary A 0535+26 was continuously monitored with the MAXI/GSC and the Swift/BAT. The source exhibited nine outbursts, every binary revolution of ... More
ASCA and ROSAT X-ray Spectra of High-Redshift Radio-Loud QuasarsOct 25 1996Results are presented on the X-ray properties of 9 high-redshift (1.2 < z < 3.4) radio-loud quasars (RLQs) observed by ASCA (10 observations) and ROSAT (11 observations, for a subset of 6 quasars). New ASCA observations of S5 0014+81 (z = 3.38) and S5 ... More
Mediation of Supersymmetry Breaking via Anti-Generation FieldsJan 31 2000May 13 2000In the context of the weakly coupled heterotic string, we propose a new model of mediating supersymmetry breaking. The breakdown of supersymmetry in the hidden sector is transmitted to anti-generation fields via gravitational interactions. Subsequent ... More
Evidence of thick obscuring matter revealed in the X-ray spectrum of the Z=4.28 quasar RXJ1028.6-0844Jun 10 2000Aug 13 2000We report the discovery of an unambiguous, substantial low-energy cutoff in the broad band X-ray spectrum of the radio quasar RXJ1028.6-0844 at a redshift of 4.276 obtained with the ASCA satellite, which we preferably explained as indication of excess ... More
A Large X-ray Flare from a Single Weak-lined T Tauri Star TWA-7 Detected with MAXI GSCAug 30 2011We present a large X-ray flare from a nearby weak-lined T Tauri star TWA-7 detected with the Gas Slit Camera (GSC) on the Monitor of All-sky X-ray Image (MAXI). The GSC captured X-ray flaring from TWA-7 with a flux of $3\times10^{-9}$ ergs cm$^{-2}$ s$^{-1}$ ... More
The First MAXI/GSC Catalog in the High Galactic-Latitude SkyAug 29 2011We present the first unbiased source catalog of the Monitor of All-sky X-ray Image (MAXI) mission at high Galactic latitudes ($|b| > 10^{\circ}$), produced from the first 7-month data (2009 September 1 to 2010 March 31) of the Gas Slit Camera in the 4--10 ... More
MAXI GSC monitoring of the Crab nebula and pulsar during the GeV gamma-ray flare in September 2010Jul 21 2011We report on the MAXI GSC X-ray monitoring of the Crab nebula and pulsar during the GeV gamma-ray flare for the period of 2010 September 18-24 (MJD 55457-55463) detected by AGILE and Fermi-LAT. There were no significant variations on the pulse phase averaged ... More
Large Lepton Flavor Mixing and E_6-type Unification ModelsOct 21 1997Nov 12 1997There are experimental indications of large flavor mixing between $\nu_{\mu }$ and $\nu_{\tau}$. In the unification models, in which the massless sector includes extra particles beyond the standard model, there possibly appear the mixings between quarks ... More
Far-infrared and accretion luminosities of the present-day active galactic nucleiMay 21 2015We investigate the relation between star formation (SF) and black hole accretion luminosities, using a sample of 492 type-2 active galactic nuclei (AGNs) at z < 0.22, which are detected in the far-infrared (FIR) surveys with AKARI and Herschel. We adopt ... More
Genuine Irregular Galaxies as a Relic of Building Blocks of GalaxiesDec 02 2013In order to understand nature of building blocks of galaxies in the early universe, we investigate "genuine irregular galaxies (GIGs)" in the nearby universe. Here, GIGs are defined as isolated galaxies without regular structures (spheroid, bulge, disk, ... More
On Reachability Mixed Arborescence PackingAug 22 2018As a generalization of the Edmonds arborescence packing theorem, Kamiyama--Katoh--Takizawa (2009) gave a good characterization of directed graphs that contain arc-disjoint arborescences spanning the set of vertices reachable from each root. Fortier--Kir\'aly--L\'eonard--Szigeti--Talon ... More
Near-infrared spectroscopy of a nitrogen-loud quasar SDSS J1707+6443May 23 2012We present near-infrared spectroscopy of the z=3.2 quasar SDSS J1707+6443, obtained with MOIRCS on the Subaru Telescope. This quasar is classified as a "nitrogen-loud" quasar because of the fairly strong NIII] and NIV] semi-forbidden emission lines from ... More
The Sloan Digital Sky Survey Reverberation Mapping Project: Post-Starburst Signatures in Quasar Host Galaxies at z < 1Jun 24 2015Aug 20 2015Quasar host galaxies are key for understanding the relation between galaxies and the supermassive black holes (SMBHs) at their centers. We present a study of 191 broad-line quasars and their host galaxies at z < 1, using high signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) ... More
Quasilinear quantum magnetoresistance in pressure-induced nonsymmorphic superconductor CrAsDec 22 2016In conventional metals, modification of electron trajectories under magnetic field gives rise to a magnetoresistance that varies quadratically at low field, followed by a saturation at high field for closed orbits on the Fermi surface. Deviations from ... More
Galaxy Interactions Trigger Rapid Black Hole Growth: an unprecedented view from the Hyper Suprime-Cam SurveyJun 22 2017Dec 08 2017Collisions and interactions between gas-rich galaxies are thought to be pivotal stages in their formation and evolution, causing the rapid production of new stars, and possibly serving as a mechanism for fueling supermassive black holes (BH). Harnessing ... More
The AGN Population in X-ray Selected Galaxy Groups at $0.5 < z < 1.1$Jun 11 2014We use Chandra data to study the incidence and properties of Active Galactic Nuclei (AGN) in 16 intermediate redshift ($0.5 < z < 1.1$) X-ray-selected galaxy groups in the Chandra Deep Field-South. We measure an AGN fraction of $f(L_{X,H} > 10^{42}; M_R<-20) ... More
The Complete Infrared View of Active Galactic Nuclei from the 70-month Swift/BAT CatalogNov 29 2016We systematically investigate the near- (NIR) to far-infrared (FIR) photometric properties of a nearly complete sample of local active galactic nuclei (AGN) detected in the Swift/Burst Alert Telescope (BAT) all-sky ultra hard X-ray (14-195 keV) survey. ... More
Propeller-Effect Interpretation of MAXI/GSC Light Curves of 4U 1608-52 and AqlX-1 and application to XTE J1701-462Jun 15 2013We present the luminosity dwell-time distributions during the hard states of low-mass X-ray binaries containing a neutron star, 4U 1608-52 and AqlX-1, observed with MAXI/GSC. The luminosity distributions show a steep cut-off in the low-luminosity side ... More
X-ray Flashes or soft Gamma-ray Bursts? The case of the likely distant XRF 040912Oct 05 2006In this work, we present a multi-wavelength study of XRF 040912, aimed at measuring its distance scale and the intrinsic burst properties. We performed a detailed spectral and temporal analysis of both the prompt and the afterglow emission and we estimated ... More
Rest-frame Optical Emission Lines in Far-Infrared Selected Galaxies at z<1.7 from the FMOS-COSMOS SurveyMay 13 2015May 15 2015We have used FMOS on Subaru to obtain near-infrared spectroscopy of 123 far-infrared selected galaxies in COSMOS and obtain the key rest-frame optical emission lines. This is the largest sample of infrared galaxies with near-infrared spectroscopy at these ... More
Development of Superconducting Linac for the Kek/Jaeri Joint ProjectAug 19 2000The JAERI/KEK Joint Project for the high-intensity proton accelerator facility has been proposed with a superconducting (SC) linac option from 400 MeV to 600MeV. System design of the SC linac has been carried out based on the equipartitioning concept. ... More
Nonsaturating large magnetoresistance in the high carrier density nonsymmorphic metal CrPMar 14 2019The band structure of high carrier density metal CrP features an interesting crossing at the Y point of the Brillouin zone. The crossing, which is protected by the nonsymmorphic symmetry of the space group, results in a hybrid, semi-Dirac-like energy-momentum ... More
Electron-Electron Interaction in Linear Arrays of Small Tunnel JunctionsOct 03 1995We have calculated the spatial distribution of the electrostatic potential created by an unbalanced charge $q$ in one of the conducting electrodes of a long, uniform, linear array of small tunnel junctions. The distribution describes, in particular, the ... More
Entanglement Generation by Communication using Phase-Squeezed Light with Photon LossDec 26 2014Oct 23 2015In order to implement fault-tolerant quantum computation, entanglement generation with low error probability and high success probability is required. We have proposed the use of squeezed coherent light as a probe to generate entanglement between two ... More
Generation of Phase-Squeezed Optical Pulses with Large Coherent Amplitudes by Post-Selection of Single Photons and Weak Cross-Kerr NonlinearityOct 29 2014Oct 31 2015Phase-squeezed light can enhance the precision of optical phase estimation. The larger the photon numbers are and the stronger the squeezing is, the better the precision will be. We propose an experimental scheme for generating phase-squeezed light pulses ... More
Maki-Nakagawa-Sakata matrix and Froggatt-Nielsen mechanismOct 14 2012Jun 18 2013Flavor mixings together with fermion mass spectra are studied in detail in the $SU(6) \times SU(2)_R$ model, in which state-mixings beyond the minimal supersymmetric standard model (MSSM) take place. Characteristic patterns of fermion spectra are attributed ... More
Combined Spatial and Temporal Blocking for High-Performance Stencil Computation on FPGAs Using OpenCLFeb 01 2018Recent developments in High Level Synthesis tools have attracted software programmers to accelerate their high-performance computing applications on FPGAs. Even though it has been shown that FPGAs can compete with GPUs in terms of performance for stencil ... More
Semidirect product gauge group $[SU(3)_{\rm c} \times SU(2)_{\rm L}]\rtimes U(1)_{\rm Y}$ and quantization of hyperchargeJun 03 2010Jan 11 2011In the Standard Model the hypercharges of quarks and leptons are not determined by the gauge group $SU(3)_{\rm c} \times SU(2)_{\rm L} \times U(1)_{\rm Y}$ alone. We show that, if we choose the semidirect product group $[SU(3)_{\rm c} \times SU(2)_{\rm ... More
Supersymmetry Breaking Without A Messenger SectorMar 06 1997Mar 12 1997We propose a simple gauge-mediated supersymmetry breaking model in which suitable soft breaking masses are dynamically generated without relying on a messenger sector. This model is constructed as an extention of the 3-2 model and needs no fine-tuning ... More
Effective Messenger Sector from Dynamical Supersymmetry BreakingDec 26 1996In the framework of the dynamical supersymmetry breaking we construct the messenger sector as the effective theory of supersymmetry breaking sector, which is based on SU(3) \times SU(2) model of Affleck, Dine and Seiberg. In our model, messenger superfields ... More
Polarization and Variation of Near-IR Light from Fermi/LAT gamma-ray SourcesAug 08 2012We present the results of our follow-up observation program of gamma-ray sources detected by the Large Area Telescope (LAT) on board the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope. 26 blazars and 39 sources unidentified at other wavelengths were targeted at IRSF ... More
The X-ray spectrum of the Gamma Bright Quasar S5 0836+710Dec 11 1995We present the results of an ASCA observation of the high redshift flat spectrum radio quasar S5 0836+710. The $\sim 0.4-10$ keV X-ray spectrum is remarkably flat with $\Gamma \sim 1.4$ and substantial intrinsic absorption at low energy. The spectral ... More
AGN environments: is the viewing angle sufficient to explain the difference between broad-line and narrow-line AGN? -- A low-redshift study of close AGN neighbours. Paper INov 02 2012The unification of active galactic nuclei (AGN) is a model that has been difficult to test due to the lack of knowledge on the intrinsic luminosities of the objects. We present a test were we probe the model by statistical investigation of the neighbours ... More
Shot Noise of Single-Electron Tunneling in 1D ArraysJan 21 1998We have used numerical modeling and a semi-analytical calculation method to find the low frequency value S_{I}(0) of the spectral density of fluctuations of current through 1D arrays of small tunnel junctions, using the ``orthodox theory'' of single-electron ... More
New approach to Epsilon-entropy and Its comparison with Kolmogorov's Epsilon-entropyJun 08 1998Jun 12 1998Kolmogorov introduced a concept of Epsilon-entropy to analyze information in classical continuous system. The fractal dimension of geometrical sets was introduced by Mandelbrot as a new criterion to analyze the complexity of these sets. The Epsilon-entropy ... More
Particle Spectra and Gauge Unification in $SU(6) \times SU(2)_R$ ModelSep 26 2003Oct 31 2003We study the path from the string scale physics to the low-energy physics in the $SU(6) \times SU(2)_R$ string-inspired model with the flavor symmetry ${\bf Z}_M \times {\bf Z}_N \times \tilde{D}_4$. The flavor symmetry controls the mass spectra of heavy ... More
Imaging Extended Emission-Line Regions of Obscured AGN with the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam SurveyMar 20 2018Narrow-line regions excited by active galactic nuclei (AGN) are important for studying AGN photoionization and feedback. Their strong [O III] lines can be detected with broadband images, allowing morphological studies of these systems with large-area ... More
Almost Gorenstein ringsJun 07 2011Jun 08 2011The notion of almost Gorenstein ring given by Barucci and Fr{\"o}berg \cite{BF} in the case where the local rings are analytically unramified is generalized, so that it works well also in the case where the rings are analytically ramified. As a sequel, ... More
Low-Ionization Emission Regions in Quasars: Gas Properties Probed with Broad O I and Ca II LinesOct 16 2007Dec 19 2007We have compiled the emission-line fluxes of O I 8446, O I 11287, and the near-IR Ca II triplet (8579) observed in 11 quasars. These lines are considered to emerge from the same gas as do the Fe II lines in the low-ionized portion of the broad emission ... More
Acoustic wave propagation through a supercooled liquid: A normal mode analysisOct 14 2009Oct 17 2012The mechanism of acoustic wave propagation in supercooled liquids is not yet fully understood since the vibrational dynamics of supercooled liquids are strongly affected by their amorphous inherent structures. In this paper, the acoustic wave propagation ... More
MAXI investigation into the longterm X-ray variability from the very-high-energy gamma-ray blazar Mrk 421Oct 28 2014The archetypical very-high-energy gamma-ray blazar Mrk 421 was monitored for more than 3 years with the Gas Slit Camera onboard Monitor of All Sky X-ray Image (MAXI), and its longterm X-ray variability was investigated. The MAXI lightcurve in the 3 -- ... More
MAXI: all-sky observation from the International Space StationOct 23 2014Monitor of All-sky X-ray Image (MAXI) is mounted on the International Space Station (ISS). Since 2009 it has been scanning the whole sky in every 92 minutes with ISS rotation. Due to high particle background at high latitude regions the carbon anodes ... More
Screw instability in black hole magnetospheres and a stabilizing effect of field-line rotationAug 31 2001The screw instability of magnetic field is a mechanism for prohibiting a generation of strongly twisted field lines in large scales. If it can work in black hole magnetospheres, the global axisymmetric structure and the main process of energy release ... More
Characterization of PPT states and measures of entanglementApr 08 2009A detailed characterization of PPT states, both in the Heisenberg and in the Schr\"odinger picture, is given. Measures of entanglement are defined and discussed in details. Illustrative examples are provided.
Quasi-socle ideals in a Gorenstein local ringDec 13 2006Jul 28 2007This paper explores the structure of quasi-socle ideals I=Q:m^2 in a Gorenstein local ring A, where Q is a parameter ideal and m is the maximal ideal in A. The purpose is to answer the problem of when Q is a reduction of I and when the associated graded ... More
Quasi-socle ideals in Gorenstein numerical semigroup ringsOct 06 2007Jan 17 2008Quasi-socle ideals, that is the ideals $I$ of the form $I= Q : \mathfrak{m}^q$ in Gorenstein numerical semigroup rings over fields are explored, where $Q$ is a parameter ideal, and $\mathfrak{m}$ is the maximal ideal in the base local ring, and $q \geq ... More
SSC of MAXI experimentJul 23 2001Monitor of All-sky X-ray Image (MAXI) on the International Space Station (ISS) has two kinds of X-ray detectors: the Gas Slit Camera (GSC) and the Solid-state Slit Camera (SSC). SSC is an X-ray CCD array, consisting of 16 chips, which has the best energy ... More
The Ionization Fraction in the Obscuring `Torus' of an Active Galactic NucleusMay 20 1998In this paper, we report VLBA radio maps at three frequencies and an ASCA X-ray spectrum of the water megamaser galaxy NGC 2639, which is believed to contain an edge-on viewed accretion disk. The radio observations reveal a compact ($<$ 0.2 pc) nuclear ... More
AKARI Far-Infrared All Sky SurveyNov 27 2009We demonstrate the capability of AKARI for mapping diffuse far-infrared emission and achieved reliability of all-sky diffuse map. We have conducted an all-sky survey for more than 94 % of the whole sky during cold phase of AKARI observation in 2006 Feb. ... More
The X-ray CCD camera of the MAXI Experiment on the ISS/JEMApr 08 1999MAXI, Monitor of All-sky X-ray Image, is the X-ray observatory on the Japanese experimental module (JEM) Exposed Facility (EF) on the International Space Station (ISS). MAXI is a slit scanning camera which consists of two kinds of X-ray detectors: one ... More
Updated Analysis of a "Dark" Galaxy and its Blue Companion in the Virgo Cloud HI 1225+01Sep 29 2012Oct 11 2012HI 1225+01 is an intergalactic gas cloud located on the outskirts of Virgo cluster. Its main components are two large clumps of comparable HI masses (M_HI ~ 10^9 Msun) separated by about 100 kpc. One of the clumps hosts a blue low-surface-brightness galaxy ... More
Ordered State in a Haldane Material PbNi$_2$V$_2$O$_8$ Doped with Magnetic and Non-Magnetic ImpuritiesFeb 24 2004Impurity effect is systematically studied in doped Haldane material Pb(Ni$_{1-x}$$M_x$)$_2$V$_2$O$_8$ ($M$ = Mn, Co, Cu, and Mg) by use of DC and AC susceptibility, and heat capacity measurements. The occurrence of three-dimensional ordered state is universally ... More