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Magnetothermoelectric effects in Fe{1+d}Te{1-x}Se{x}Sep 04 2012We report resistivity as well as the Hall, Seebeck and Nernst coefficients data for Fe{1+d}Te{1-x}Se{x} single crystals with x = 0, 0.38, and 0.40. In the parent compound Fe{1.04}Te we observe at Tn = 61 K a sudden change of all quantities studied, which ... More
Synthesis, crystal structure and chemical stability of the superconductor FeSe_{1-x}May 13 2009We report on a comparative study of the crystal structure and the magnetic properties of FeSe1-x (x= 0.00 - 0.15) superconducting samples by neutron powder diffraction and magnetization measurements. The samples were synthesized by two different methods: ... More
Floating Zone Growth of Sr Substituted Han Purple: Ba$_{0.9}$Sr$_{0.1}$CuSi$_{2}$O$_{6}$Jul 01 2019We present a route to grow single crystals of Ba$_{0.9}$Sr$_{0.1}$CuSi$_{2}$O$_{6}$ suitable for inelastic neutron studies via the floating zone technique. Neutron single crystal diffraction was utilized to check their bulk quality and orientation. Finally, ... More
Novel synthesis method of nonstoichiometric Na2-xIrO3. Crystal structure, transport and magnetic propertiesDec 21 2015Transition metal oxides with 4d or 5d metals are of great interest due to the competing interactions, of the Coulomb repulsion and the itineracy of the d-electrons, opening a possibility of building new quantum ground states. Particularly the 5d metal ... More
New synthesis route and magnetic structure of Tm2Mn2O7 - pyrochloreJul 10 2015In this work we present a new chemical route to synthesize Tm2Mn2O7 pyrochlore, a compound which is thermodynamically unstable at ambient pressure. Differently from the reported in the past high pressure synthesis of the same compound applying oxides ... More
Some applications of p-adic uniformization to algebraic dynamicsJul 07 2014This is not a research paper, but a survey submitted to a proceedings volume.
A remark on a question of Beauville about lagrangian fibrationsOct 13 2011Apr 22 2012This note is a proof of the fact that a lagrangian torus on a hyperkaehler fourfold is always a fiber of an almost holomorphic lagrangian fibration.
Modeling and Estimation of the Risk When Choosing a ProviderMar 16 2016The paper provides an algorithm for the risk estimation when a company selects an outsourcing service provider for innovation product. Calculations are based on expert surveys conducted among customers and among providers of outsourcing. The surveys assessed ... More
Asymptotic Behavior of Local Particles Numbers in Branching Random WalkMar 11 2012Critical catalytic branching random walk on d-dimensional integer lattice is investigated for all d. The branching may occur at the origin only and the start point is arbitrary. The asymptotic behavior, as time grows to infinity, is determined for the ... More
Mirror magnetic field and its impact on dark matter distribution in galaxiesFeb 12 2019We obtain the value of the mirror magnetic field during different stages of cosmological evolution. We consider the magnetic field generation in the radiation-dominated era and the post-recombination epoch. We also estimate its galactic low-scale value ... More
Differential 1-forms on diffeological spaces and diffeological gluingMay 24 2016Dec 17 2016This paper aims to describe the behavior of diffeological differential 1-forms under the operation of gluing of diffeological spaces along a smooth map. In the diffeological context, two constructions regarding diffeological forms are available, that ... More
Diffeological vector pseudo-bundlesSep 10 2015We consider a diffeological counterpart of the notion of a vector bundle (we call this counterpart a pseudo-bundle, although in the other works it is called differently; among the existing terms there are a "regular vector bundle" of Vincent and "diffeological ... More
A computation of invariants of a rational self-mapJul 26 2007I compute the dynamical degrees in C. Voisin's example of a rational self-map of the variety of lines on a cubic fourfold.
Factorization of Darboux transformations of arbitrary order for 2D Schroedinger operatorsApr 26 2013May 02 2016We give a proof of Darboux's conjecture that every Darboux transformation of arbitrary order of a 2D Schr\"odinger type operator can be factorized into Darboux transformations of order one. The proof is constructive. The result is obtained in the framework ... More
Invertible Darboux TransformationsOct 02 2012Jan 04 2013For operators of many different kinds it has been proved that (generalized) Darboux transformations can be built using so called Wronskian formulae. Such Darboux transformations are not invertible in the sense that the corresponding mappings of the operator ... More
$X$- and $Y$-invariants of Linear Partial Differential Operators in the plane (In Russian)Oct 17 2010Aug 19 2011We consider a classical problem of Computer Algebra: symbolic solution of PDEs. We transform the famous Darboux theorems on differential transformations of hyperbolic operator into the space of invariants. We introduce a new idea -- $X$- and $Y$-invariants ... More
Lower bounds on complexity of geometric 3-orbifoldsDec 29 2009We establish a lower bound on the complexity orientable locally orientable geometric 3-orbifolds in terms of Delzant's T-invariants of their orbifold-fundamental groups, generalizing previously known bounds for complexity of 3-manifolds.
Mixing and time-dependent CP violation in beauty at LHCbMay 21 2019Recent measurements of the time-dependent CP violation are presented. The decays of $B_{s}^{0}$ mesons to $J/\psi\,K^+ K^-$ and $J/\psi\,\pi^+ \pi^-$ final states are used to measure CP-violating parameters with proton-proton collision data, corresponding ... More
Proof of the Completeness of Darboux Wronskian Formulae for Order TwoNov 05 2011Jun 02 2012Darboux Wronskian formulas allow to construct Darboux transformations, but Laplace transformations, which are Darboux transformations of order one cannot be represented this way. It has been a long standing problem on what are other exceptions. In our ... More
Diffeological Levi-Civita connectionsJan 18 2017A diffeological connection on a diffeological vector pseudo-bundle is defined just the usual one on a smooth vector bundle; this is possible to do, because there is a standard diffeological counterpart of the cotangent bundle. On the other hand, there ... More
Pseudo-bundles of exterior algebras as diffeological Clifford modulesApr 17 2016Feb 09 2017We consider the diffeological pseudo-bundles of exterior algebras, and the Clifford action of the corresponding Clifford algebras, associated to a given finite-dimensional and locally trivial diffeological vector pseudo-bundle, as well as the behavior ... More
Multilinear algebra in the context of diffeologyApr 30 2015Dec 22 2015This note is dedicated to some details of multilinear algebra on diffeological vector spaces; most of them are the expected corollaries of standard constructions and various facts of diffeology collected elsewhere. Most of the attention is paid to the ... More
Invariants for Darboux transformations of Arbitrary Order for $D_x D_y +aD_x + bD_y +c$Oct 10 2012We develop the method of regularized moving frames of Fels and Olver to obtain explicit general formulas for the basis invariants that generate all the joint differential invariants, under gauge transformations, for the operators [\o{L}=D_xD_y +a(x,y) ... More
Multiple Factorizations of Bivariate Linear Partial Differential OperatorsOct 18 2010We study the case when a bivariate Linear Partial Differential Operator (LPDO) of orders three or four has several different factorizations. We prove that a third-order bivariate LPDO has a first-order left and right factors such that their symbols are ... More
The Hitting Times with Taboo for a Random Walk on an Integer LatticeJul 06 2011For a symmetric, homogeneous and irreducible random walk on d-dimensional integer lattice Z^d, having zero mean and a finite variance of jumps, we study the passage times (with possible infinite values) determined by the starting point x, the hitting ... More
CP violating asymmetries of b quarks and leptons in e^+e^- \to t\bar t and supersymmetry (review)Sep 07 1998Oct 28 1998The distributions of the single decay b-quarks and leptons from e^+e^- \to t\bar t assuming CP violation are reviewed. Different asymmetries, sensitive independently to CP violation in the production and in the decay, and sensitive to the real and imaginary ... More
Diffeological connections on diffeological vector pseudo-bundlesNov 23 2016We consider one possible definition of a diffeological connection on a diffeological vector pseudo-bundle. It is different from the one proposed in [7] and is in fact simpler, since it is obtained by a straightforward adaption of the standard definition ... More
Refinement of Two-Factor Factorizations of a Linear Partial Differential Operator of Arbitrary Order and DimensionJan 12 2010Oct 12 2010Given a right factor and a left factor of a Linear Partial Differential Operator (LPDO), under which conditions we can refine these two-factor factorizations into one three-factor factorization? This problem is solved for LPDOs of arbitrary order and ... More
Diffeological gluing of vector pseudo-bundles and pseudo-metrics on themJan 02 2016Dec 25 2016Although our main interest here is developing an appropriate analog, for diffeological vector pseudo-bundles, of a Riemannian metric, a significant portion is dedicated to continued study of the gluing operation for pseudo-bundles introduced in arXiv:1509.03023. ... More
Profinite completions of some groups acting on treesNov 09 2004Nov 16 2004We investigate the profinite completions of a certain family of groups acting on trees. It turns out that for some of the groups considered, the completions coincide with the closures of the groups in the full group of tree automorphisms. However, we ... More
On endomorphisms of projective bundlesSep 18 2002Let $X$ be a complex projective bundle. We prove that $X$ admits an endomorphism of degree $>1$ and commuting with the projection to the base, if and only if $X$ trivializes after a finite covering. When $X$ is the projectivization of a vector bundle ... More
On morphisms onto quadricsJun 06 2006It is proved that the degree of a morphism from a smooth projective n-fold with Picard number one to a smooth n-quadric is bounded (provided, of course, that n is at least three). Actually it has been proved some years ago, but I have never written down ... More
Parametric Factorizations of Second-, Third- and Fourth-Order Linear Partial Differential Operators with a Completely Factorable Symbol on the PlaneOct 15 2010Parametric factorizations of linear partial operators on the plane are considered for operators of orders two, three and four. The operators are assumed to have a completely factorable symbol. It is proved that ``irreducible'' parametric factorizations ... More
The difference cross sections of unpolarized SIDIS with transverse momentum dependenceJul 22 2014Previously we showed that, based only on C and SU(2) invariance, the difference cross sections of hadrons with opposite charge in SIDIS e+N\to l+h+X is expressed solely in terms of the valence-quark densities and certain non-singlet combinations of FFs. ... More
Existence of non-preperiodic algebraic points for a rational self-map of infinite orderJul 09 2010Let $X$ be a variety defined over a number field and $f$ be a dominant rational self-map of $X$ of infinite order. We show that $X$ admits many algebraic points which are not preperiodic under $f$. If $f$ were regular and polarized, this would follow ... More
Taylor Series for Adomian Decomposition MethodApr 10 2011In the paper we analyse the exact solutions to scalar PDEs obtained thanks to summable Taylor series provided by Adomian's decomposition method. We propose the modification of the method which makes the calculations of Taylor coefficients easier and more ... More
On an automorphism of $Hilb^{[2]}$ of certain K3 surfacesJul 20 2009An example of potential density of rational points on the second punctual Hilbert scheme of certain K3 surfaces is treated in detail. This is an amplification of some remarks made by O'Grady and Oguiso.
Diffeological Dirac operators and diffeological gluingJan 24 2017This manuscript attempts to present a way in which the classical construction of the Dirac operator can be carried over to the setting of diffeology. A more specific aim is to describe a procedure for gluing together two usual Dirac operators and to explain ... More
Diffeological connections on diffeological vector pseudo-bundlesNov 23 2016Feb 04 2017We consider one possible definition of a diffeological connection on a diffeological vector pseudo-bundle. It is different from the one proposed in [7] and is in fact simpler, since it is obtained by a straightforward adaption of the standard definition ... More
Groups of tree automorphisms as diffeological groupsMay 19 2015Mar 29 2016We consider certain groups of tree automorphisms as so-called diffeological groups. The notion of diffeology, due to Souriau, allows to endow non-manifold topological spaces, such as regular trees that we look at, with a kind of a differentiable structure ... More
On the notion of scalar product for finite-dimensional diffeological vector spacesJul 14 2015Jul 28 2017It is known that the only finite-dimensional diffeological vector space that admits a diffeologically smooth scalar product is the standard space of appropriate dimension. In this note we consider a way to circumnavigate this issue, by introducing a notion ... More
Diffeological Clifford algebras and pseudo-bundles of Clifford modulesMay 26 2015Jun 06 2016We consider the diffeological version of the Clifford algebra of a (diffeological) finite-dimensional vector space; we start by commenting on the notion of a diffeological algebra (which is the expected analogue of the usual one) and that of a diffeological ... More
Orbits of Darboux groupoid for hyperbolic operators of order threeNov 24 2014Darboux transformations are viewed as morphisms in a Darboux category. Darboux transformations of type I which we defined previously, make an important subgroupoid consists of Darboux transformations of type I. We describe the orbits of this subgroupoid ... More
On the notion of scalar product for finite-dimensional diffeological vector spacesJul 14 2015It is known that the only finite-dimensional diffeological vector space that admits a diffeologically smooth scalar product is the standard space of appropriate dimension. In this note we consider a way to circumnavigate this issue, by introducing a notion ... More
Some remarks on morphisms between Fano threefoldsMay 11 2004May 21 2004Let $X$, $Y$ be Fano threefolds of Picard number one and such that the ample generators of Picard groups are very ample. Let $X$ be of index one and $Y$ be of index two. It is shown that the only morphisms from $X$ to $Y$ are double coverings. In fact ... More
Varietes de Fano et morphismes: notes d'un mini-coursNov 23 2004This is not a research article. This is a partial version of a mini-cours which I gave at a meeting of the ACI Jeunes Chercheurs "Dynamique des applications polynomiales" in Toulouse in november 2004. This text includes two parts of that mini-cours: the ... More
Diffeological De Rham operatorsMar 04 2017We consider the notion of the De Rham operator on finite-dimensional diffeological spaces such that the diffeological counterpart \Lambda^1(X) of the cotangent bundle, the so-called pseudo-bundle of values of differential 1-forms, has bounded dimension. ... More
Design of magnetic spirals in layered perovskites: extending the stability range far beyond room temperatureSep 27 2018In insulating materials with ordered magnetic spiral phases, ferroelectricity can emerge due to the breaking of inversion symmetry. This property is of both fundamental and practical interest, in particular with a view to exploiting it in low-power electronic ... More
Structural Evolution of One-dimensional Spin Ladder Compounds Sr14-xCaxCu24O41 with Ca doping and Related Hole Redistribution EvidenceSep 05 2011Incommensurate crystal structures of spin ladder series Sr14-xCaxCu24O41 (x=3, 7, 11, 12.2) were characterized by powder neutron scattering method and refined using the superspace group Xmmm(00{\gamma})ss0 (equivalent to superspace group Fmmm(0,0,1+{\gamma})ss0); ... More
Observation of a 4-spin Plaquette Singlet State in the Shastry-Sutherland compound SrCu2(BO3)2Mar 07 2016The study of interacting spin systems is of fundamental importance for modern condensed matter physics. On frustrated lattices, magnetic exchange interactions cannot be simultaneously satisfied, and often give rise to competing exotic ground states. The ... More
A substitute for the classical Neumann--Morgenstern characteristic function in cooperative differential gamesJul 17 2019In this paper, we present a systematic overview of different endogenous optimization-based characteristic functions and discuss their properties. Furthermore, we define and analyze in detail a new, $\eta$-characteristic function. This characteristic function ... More
Oxynitride Thin Films versus Particle-Based Photoanodes: a Comparative Study for Photoelectrochemical Solar Water SplittingFeb 20 2019The solar water splitting process assisted by semiconductor photocatalysts attracts growing research interests worldwide for the production of hydrogen as a clean and sustainable energy carrier. Due to their optical and electrical properties several oxynitride ... More
About S-\bar s, ΔS-Δ\bar s and D_d^{K+ - K-} in K^\pm Production in SidisJan 11 2008We consider semi-inclusive unpolarized DIS for the production of charged Kaons and the different possibilities, both in LO and NLO, to test the conventionally used assumptions s-\bar s=0, \Delta s-\Delta \bar s=0 and D_d^{K+ - K-}=0. The considered tests ... More
A Strategy for the Analysis of Semi-Inclusive Deep Inelastic ScatteringJul 26 2000Feb 02 2001We present a strategy for the systematic extraction of a vast amount of detailed information on polarized parton densities and fragmentation functions from semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering l+N -> l+h+X, in both LO and NLO QCD. A method is suggested ... More
Semi-inclusive π^\pm production - tests for independent fragmentation and for polarized quark densitiesJul 07 1999Nov 24 1999We show that measurements of semi-inclusive $\pi^\pm$ asymmetries on $p$ and $n$ with polarized and unpolarized target and beams allow, without any knowledge of the polarized parton densities 1) to test independent fragmentation and SU(2) symmetry for ... More
Tests for Sivers, Boer-Mulders and transversity distributions in difference cross sections in SIDISDec 04 2015Dec 11 2015A major experimental program is presently underway to determine the Sivers, Boer-Mulders and transversity distributions, vital for understanding the internal structure of the nucleon. To this end we consider the Sivers, Boer-Mulders and transversity azimuthal ... More
On the top-quark polarization and how to measure itOct 02 1997The top quark is expected to decay as a free particle with definite momentum and polarization. Here we consider the possibilities to obtain information about its polarization through the energy and angular distributions of the b-quarks from the decay ... More
HoTT formalisation in Coq: Dependency Graphs \& ML4PGMar 11 2014This note is a response to Bas Spitter's email of 28 February 2014 about ML4PG: "We (Jason actually) are adding dependency graphs to our HoTT library: I seem to recall that finding the dependency graph was a main obstacle ... More
Analyzing Subjective Well-Being Data with MisclassificationMay 15 2019We use novel nonparametric techniques to test for the presence of non-classical measurement error in reported life satisfaction (LS) and study the potential effects from ignoring it. Our dataset comes from Wave 3 of the UK Understanding Society that is ... More
Proceedings of the First Workshop on Coalgebra, Horn Clause Logic Programming and TypesSep 13 2017The Workshop on Coalgebra, Horn Clause Logic Programming and Types was held on the 28-29 November 2016 in Edinburgh. The workshop marked the end of the EPSRC Grant Coalgebraic Logic Programming for Type Inference, by E. Komendantskaya, Heriot-Watt University ... More
Productive Corecursion in Logic ProgrammingJul 05 2017Jul 25 2017Logic Programming is a Turing complete language. As a consequence, designing algorithms that decide termination and non-termination of programs or decide inductive/coinductive soundness of formulae is a challenging task. For example, the existing state-of-the-art ... More
Criteria of ergodicity for $p$-adic dynamical systems in terms of coordinate functionsMar 23 2013This paper is devoted to the problem of ergodicity of $p$-adic dynamical systems. Our aim is to present criteria of ergodicity in terms of coordinate functions corresponding to digits in the canonical expansion of $p$-adic numbers. The coordinate representation ... More
Subcritical catalytic branching random walk with finite or infinite variance of offspring numberDec 06 2012Subcritical catalytic branching random walk on d-dimensional lattice is studied. New theorems concerning the asymptotic behavior of distributions of local particles numbers are established. To prove the results different approaches are used including ... More
Matrix Ordered Operator AlgebrasApr 12 2007Apr 22 2007We study the question when for a given *-algebra $\mathcal{A}$ a sequence of cones $C_n\in M_n(\mathcal{A})$ can be realized as cones of positive operators in a faithful *-representation of $\mathcal{A}$ on a Hilbert space. A characterization of operator ... More
On the existence of branched coverings between surfaces with prescribed branch data, IAug 23 2005May 26 2009For the existence of a branched covering Sigma~ --> Sigma between closed surfaces there are easy necessary conditions in terms of chi(Sigma~), chi(Sigma), orientability, the total degree, and the local degrees at the branching points. A classical problem ... More
Modeling of gap gene regulatory networks in Drosophila with the account of the gene modular structure (in Russian)Jan 10 2018Genes are frequently regulated in complex manners, necessitating modelling approaches which go beyond simple (linear) gene-to-gene interactions and address the modularity of cis-regulatory regions and alternate transcription initiation sites. In particular, ... More
Explicit monomial expansions of the generating series for connection coefficientsNov 27 2011This paper is devoted to the explicit computation of generating series for the connection coefficients of two commutative subalgebras of the group algebra of the symmetric group, the class algebra and the double coset algebra. As shown by Hanlon, Stanley ... More
Performance evaluation of modulation methods: a combinatorial approachJan 16 2001This paper is devoted to the presentation of a combinatorial approach for analyzing the performance of an important modulation protocol used in mobile telecommunications. We show in particular that a fundamental formula, in this context, is in fact highly ... More
Fibrations meromorphes sur certaines varietes de classe canonique trivialeOct 14 2005Nov 16 2006Motivated by an example, due to Voisin, of a smooth simply-connected projective variety with trivial canonical class and cyclic Picard group, admitting a meromorphic endomorphism of high degree, we study meromorphic fibrations on certain varieties with ... More
A Literature Survey on Empirical Evidence in Software EngineeringApr 03 2013Context: Software Engineering research makes use of collections of software artifacts (corpora) to derive empirical evidence from. Goal: To improve quality and reproducibility of research, we need to understand the characteristics of used corpora. Method: ... More
Construction of automorphisms of hyperkähler manifoldsApr 11 2016Let $M$ be an irreducible holomorphic symplectic (hyperk\"ahler) manifold. If $b_2(M)\geq 5$, we construct a deformation $M'$ of $M$ which admits a symplectic automorphism of infinite order. This automorphism is hyperbolic, that is, its action on the ... More
Collections of parabolic orbits in homogeneous spaces, homogeneous dynamics and hyperkahler geometryApr 13 2016Let $M$ be a hyperk\"ahler manifold with $b_2(M)\geq 5$. We improve our earlier results on the Morrison-Kawamata cone conjecture by showing that the Beauville-Bogomolov square of the primitive MBM classes (i.e. the classes whose orthogonal hyperplanes ... More
Realizability and exceptionality of candidate surface branched covers: methods and resultsSep 03 2007Sep 10 2007Given two closed orientable surfaces, the Hurwitz existence problem asks whether there exists a branched cover between them having prescribed global degree and local degrees over the branching points. The Riemann-Hurwitz formula gives a necessary condition, ... More
On Non-singlets in Kaon Production in Semi-inclusive DIS reactionsMar 12 2007We consider semi-inclusive unpolarized DIS for the production of charged kaons and the different possibilities, both in LO and NLO, to test the conventionally used assumptions $s-\bar s=0$ and $D_d^{K^+-K^-}=0$. The considered tests have the advantage ... More
Non-singlets in Semi-inclusive DIS and inclusive e+e- annihilationDec 06 2005We show that non-singlets in semi-inclusive DIS with pi^\pm determine without assumptions Delta u_V, Delta d_V and D_u^{\pi+ - pi-}. Non-singlets in SIDIS and inclusive e+e- -annihilation with K^\pm determine (s-bar s) and (Delta s-Delta bar s), but an ... More
Statistical Proof Pattern Recognition: Automated or Interactive?Mar 05 2013In this paper, we compare different existing approaches employed in data mining of big proof libraries in automated and interactive theorem proving.
ML4PG in Computer Algebra verificationFeb 26 2013May 24 2013ML4PG is a machine-learning extension that provides statistical proof hints during the process of Coq/SSReflect proof development. In this paper, we use ML4PG to find proof patterns in the CoqEAL library -- a library that was devised to verify the correctness ... More
On families of lagrangian tori on hyperkaehler manifoldsMar 04 2013This is a note on Beauville's problem (solved by Greb, Lehn and Rollenske in the non-algebraic case and by Hwang and Weiss in general) whether a lagrangian torus on an irreducible holomorphic symplectic manifold is a fiber of a lagrangian fibration. We ... More
Integrable cosmological models with non-minimal coupling and bounce solutionsNov 07 2016We remind the way to obtain integrable models with non-minimally coupled scalar fields. We are interesting to models with bounce solutions and compare bounce solutions in two known integrable models. We show that only one model has a bounce solution that ... More
Rational curves on hyperkahler manifoldsJan 02 2014Let $M$ be an irreducible holomorphically symplectic manifold. We show that all faces of the Kahler cone of $M$ are hyperplanes $H_i$ orthogonal to certain homology classes, called monodromy birationally minimal (MBM) classes. Moreover, the Kahler cone ... More
Teichmuller space for hyperkahler and symplectic structuresMar 04 2015Let S be an infinite-dimensional manifold of all symplectic, or hyperkahler, structures on a compact manifold M, and $Diff_0$ the connected component of its diffeomorphism group. The quotient $S/\Diff_0$ is called the Teichmuller space of symplectic (or ... More
Obstacles to the Factorization of Linear Partial Differential Operators into Several FactorsOct 13 2010We consider algorithms for the factorization of linear partial differential operators. We introduce several new theoretical notions in order to simplify such considerations. We define an obstacle and a ring of obstacles to factorizations. We derive some ... More
Growth of matrix products and mixing properties of the horocycle flowAug 18 2010\noindent In [1] L. Polterovich and Z. Rudnick considered the behavior of a one-parameter subgroup of a Lie group under the influence of a sequence of kicks. Among others they raise the following problem: {\it is the horocycle flow stably quasi-mixing ... More
Secure cloud computations: Description of (fully)homomorphic ciphers within the P-adic model of encryptionMar 24 2016In this paper we consider the description of homomorphic and fully homomorphic ciphers in the $p$-adic model of encryption. This model describes a wide class of ciphers, but certainly not all. Homomorphic and fully homomorphic ciphers are used to ensure ... More
Specialness and Isotriviality for Regular Algebraic FoliationsSep 21 2017We show that an everywhere regular foliation $\mathcal F$ with compact canonically polarized leaves on a quasi-projective manifold $X$ has isotrivial family of leaves when the orbifold base of this family is special. By a recent work of Berndtsson, Paun ... More
MBM classes and contraction loci on low-dimensional hyperkahler manifolds of K3 typeJul 30 2019An MBM locus on a hyperkahler manifold is the union of all deformations of a minimal rational curve with negative self-intersection. MBM loci can be equivalently defined as centers of bimeromorphic contractions. It was shown that the MBM loci on deformation ... More
Catalytic Branching Random Walk with Semi-exponential IncrementsFeb 03 2019A catalytic branching random walk on a multidimensional lattice, with arbitrary finite number of catalysts, is studied in supercritical regime. The dynamics of spatial spread of the particles population is examined, upon normalization. The components ... More
Endomorphisms of projective bundles over a certain class of varietiesSep 04 2016Let $B$ be a simply-connected projective variety such that the first cohomology groups of all line bundles on $B$ are zero. Let $E$ be a vector bundle over $B$ and $X={\mathbb P} (E)$. It is easily seen that a power of any endomorphism of $X$ takes fibers ... More
Moments of normally distributed random matrices - Bijective explicit evaluationNov 29 2013This paper is devoted to the distribution of the eigenvalues of $XUYU^t$ where $X$ and $Y$ are given symmetric matrices and $U$ is a random real valued square matrix of standard normal distribution. More specifically we look at its moments, i.e. the mathematical ... More
Morrison-Kawamata cone conjecture for hyperkahler manifoldsAug 18 2014Oct 26 2014Let $M$ be a simple holomorphically symplectic manifold, that is, a simply connected holomorphically symplectic manifold of Kahler type with $h^{2,0}=1$. We prove that the group of holomorphic automorphisms of $M$ acts on the set of faces of its Kahler ... More
Towards a model independent approach to fragmentation functionsSep 01 2008Nov 10 2008We show that the difference cross sections in unpolarized SIDIS e+N\to e+h+X and pp hadron production p+p\to h+X determine independently in a model independent way, in any order in QCD, the two FFs: D_u^{h-\bar h} and D_d^{h-\bar h}, h=\pi^\pm, K^\pm ... More
CoALP-Ty'16Dec 09 2016This volume constitutes the pre-proceedings of the Workshop on Coalgebra, Horn Clause Logic Programming and Types (CoALP-Ty'16), held on 28--29 November 2016 in Edinburgh as a mark of the end of the EPSRC Grant Coalgebraic Logic Programming for Type Inference, ... More
Automaton model of protein: dynamics of conformational and functional statesApr 15 2017In this conceptual paper we propose to explore the analogy between ontic/epistemic description of quantum phenomena and interrelation between dynamics of conformational and functional states of proteins. Another new idea is to apply theory of automata ... More
Centralizer of the elementary subgroup of an isotropic reductive groupDec 01 2010Dec 11 2010Let G be an isotropic reductive algebraic group over a commutative ring R. Assume that, for any maximal ideal M of R, the rank of the relative root system of G_{R_M} is greater or equal than 2. We show that under this assumption the centralizer of E(R) ... More
Psychologically Motivated Text MiningSep 28 2016Natural language processing techniques are increasingly applied to identify social trends and predict behavior based on large text collections. Existing methods typically rely on surface lexical and syntactic information. Yet, research in psychology shows ... More
Finiteness of hitting times under tabooOct 26 2013We consider a continuous-time Markov chain with a finite or countable state space. For a site y and subset H of the state space, the hitting time of y under taboo H is defined to be infinite if the process trajectory hits H before y, and the first hitting ... More
Maximum of Catalytic Branching Random Walk with Regularly Varying TailsAug 04 2018For a continuous-time catalytic branching random walk (CBRW) on Z, with an arbitrary finite number of catalysts, we study the asymptotic behavior of position of the rightmost particle when time tends to infinity. The mild requirements include the regular ... More
On the characteristic foliation on a smooth hypersurface in a holomorphic symplectic fourfoldNov 01 2016Let $X$ be an irreducible holomorphic symplectic fourfold and $D$ a smooth hypersurface in $X$. It follows from a result by Amerik and Campana that the characteristic foliation (that is the foliation given by the kernel of the restriction of the symplectic ... More
Complexity of links in 3-manifoldsOct 07 2008We introduce a natural-valued complexity c(X) for pairs X=(M,L), where M is a closed orientable 3-manifold and L is a link contained in M. The definition employs simple spines, but for well-behaved X's we show that c(X) equals the minimal number of tetrahedra ... More
Polynomial properties of Jack connection coefficients and generalization of a result by DénesNov 30 2013Sep 14 2014This article is devoted to the computation of Jack connection coefficients, a generalization of the connection coefficients of two classical commutative subalgebras of the group algebra of the symmetric group: the class algebra and the double coset algebra. ... More