Results for "Fritz Körmann"

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Anomalous phonon lifetime shortening in paramagnetic CrN caused by magneto-lattice coupling: A combined spin and ab initio molecular dynamics studyFeb 08 2018We study the mutual coupling of spin fluctuations and lattice vibrations in paramagnetic CrN by combining atomistic spin dynamics and ab initio molecular dynamics. The two degrees of freedom are dynamically coupled leading to non-adiabatic effects. Those ... More
Structural stability and thermodynamics of CrN magnetic phases from ab initio and experimentAug 14 2014The dynamical and thermodynamic phase stabilities of the stoichiometric compound CrN including different structural and magnetic configurations are comprehensively investigated using a first-principles density-functional-theory (DFT) plus U approach in ... More
The dynamics of a charged particleApr 29 2008Using physical arguments, I derive the physically correct equations of motion for a classical charged particle from the Lorentz-Abraham-Dirac equations (LAD) which are well known to be physically incorrect. Since a charged particle can classically not ... More
Categories of Fractions RevisitedMar 18 2008Sep 16 2011The theory of categories of fractions as originally developed by Gabriel and Zisman is reviewed in a pedagogical manner giving detailed proofs of all statements. A weakening of the category of fractions axioms used by Higson is discussed and shown to ... More
Operator system structures on the unital direct sum of C*-algebrasNov 04 2010Feb 09 2012This work is motivated by Radulescu's result on the comparison of C*-tensor norms on C*(F_n) x C*(F_n). For unital C*-algebras A and B, there are natural inclusions of A and B into their unital free product, their maximal tensor product and their minimal ... More
Quantum logic is undecidableJul 20 2016We investigate the first-order theory of closed subspaces of complex Hilbert spaces in the signature $(\lor,\perp,0)$, where `$\perp$' is orthogonality. Our main result is that already its purely implicational fragment is undecidable: there is no algorithm ... More
On Berry's conjectures about the stable order in PCFAug 02 2011Oct 11 2012PCF is a sequential simply typed lambda calculus language. There is a unique order-extensional fully abstract cpo model of PCF, built up from equivalence classes of terms. In 1979, G\'erard Berry defined the stable order in this model and proved that ... More
Six Functor Formalisms and Fibered MultiderivatorsMar 07 2016We define abstract six-functor-formalisms using the theory of (op)fibrations of 2-multicategories. We also give axioms for a Wirthm\"uller and Grothendieck formalism (where either $f_!=f_*$ or $f^!=f^*$) or intermediate formalisms (where we have e.g. ... More
The geometric and arithmetic volume of Shimura varieties of orthogonal typeMay 26 2011We apply the theory of Borcherds products to calculate arithmetic volumes (heights) of Shimura varieties of orthogonal type up to contributions from very bad primes. The approach is analogous to the well-known computation of their geometric volume by ... More
On recursive properties of certain p-adic Whittaker functionsOct 05 2010We investigate recursive properties of certain p-adic Whittaker functions (of which representation densities of quadratic forms are special values). The proven relations can be used to compute them explicitly in arbitrary dimensions, provided that enough ... More
Notes on Triangulated CategoriesJul 14 2014Jul 16 2014We give an elementary introduction to the theory of triangulated categories covering their axioms, homological algebra in triangulated categories, triangulated subcategories, and Verdier localization. We try to use a minimal set of axioms for triangulated ... More
Beyond Bell's Theorem II: Scenarios with arbitrary causal structureApr 18 2014Aug 10 2015It has recently been found that Bell scenarios are only a small subclass of interesting setups for studying the non-classical features of quantum theory within spacetime. We find that it is possible to talk about classical correlations, quantum correlations ... More
Nonlocality with less ComplementarityJun 20 2011Feb 01 2012In quantum mechanics, nonlocality (a violation of a Bell inequality) is intimately linked to complementarity, by which we mean that consistently assigning values to different observables at the same time is not possible. Nonlocality can only occur when ... More
Beyond Bell's Theorem: Correlation ScenariosJun 22 2012Sep 02 2012Bell's Theorem witnesses that the predictions of quantum theory cannot be reproduced by theories of local hidden variables in which observers can choose their measurements independently of the source. Working out an idea of Branciard, Rosset, Gisin and ... More
Laser Cooling of TeV MuonsJul 20 2000We show that Compton scattering can be used to cool TeV-scale muon beams, and we derive analytical expressions for the equilibrium transverse angular spread, longitudinal energy spread, and power requirements. We find that a factor of a few thousand reduction ... More
Towards a Re-definition of the Second Based on Optical Atomic ClocksJan 09 2015Jan 28 2015The rapid increase in accuracy and stability of optical atomic clocks compared to the caesium atomic clock as primary standard of time and frequency asks for a future re-definition of the second in the International System of Units (SI). The status of ... More
Polyhedral duality in Bell scenarios with two binary observablesFeb 01 2012Jun 18 2012For the Bell scenario with two parties and two binary observables per party, it is known that the no-signaling polytope is the polyhedral dual (polar) of the Bell polytope. Computational evidence suggests that this duality also holds for three parties. ... More
Quantum analogues of Hardy's nonlocality paradoxJun 12 2010Apr 04 2011Hardy's nonlocality is a "nonlocality proof without inequalities": it exemplifies that quantum correlations can be qualitatively stronger than classical correlations. This paper introduces variants of Hardy's nonlocality in the CHSH scenario which are ... More
Quantum correlations in the temporal CHSH scenarioMay 19 2010Mar 26 2014We consider a temporal version of the CHSH scenario using projective measurements on a single quantum system. It is known that quantum correlations in this scenario are fundamentally more general than correlations obtainable with the assumptions of macroscopic ... More
On the existence of quantum representations for two dichotomic measurementsAug 18 2009Feb 16 2010Under which conditions do outcome probabilities of measurements possess a quantum-mechanical model? This kind of problem is solved here for the case of two dichotomic von Neumann measurements which can be applied repeatedly to a quantum system with trivial ... More
On infinite-dimensional state spacesFeb 16 2012Apr 26 2013It is well-known that the canonical commutation relation $[x,p]=i$ can be realized only on an infinite-dimensional Hilbert space. While any finite set of experimental data can also be explained in terms of a finite-dimensional Hilbert space by approximating ... More
Long Baseline Neutrino Physics: From Fermilab to KamiokaMar 03 2002We have investigated the physics potential of very long baseline experiments designed to measure nu_mu to nu_e oscillation probabilities. The principles of our design are to tune the beam spectrum to the resonance energy for the matter effect, and to ... More
From Sazonov's Non-Dcpo Natural Domains to Closed Directed-Lub Partial OrdersMay 06 2016Normann proved that the domains of the game model of PCF (the domains of sequential functionals) need not be dcpos. Sazonov has defined natural domains for a theory of such incomplete domains. This paper further develops that theory. It defines lub-rules ... More
Full Abstraction for a Recursively Typed Lambda Calculus with Parallel ConditionalJun 11 2008We define the syntax and reduction relation of a recursively typed lambda calculus with a parallel case-function (a parallel conditional). The reduction is shown to be confluent. We interpret the recursive types as information systems in a restricted ... More
Transition probabilities and measurement statistics of postselected ensemblesMar 23 2010Jul 20 2010It is well-known that a quantum measurement can enhance the transition probability between two quantum states. Such a measurement operates after preparation of the initial state and before postselecting for the final state. Here we analyze this kind of ... More
Fibered Multiderivators and (co)homological descentMay 05 2015Nov 24 2015The theory of derivators enhances and simplifies the theory of triangulated categories. In this article a notion of fibered (multi-)derivator is developed, which similarly enhances fibrations of (monoidal) triangulated categories. We present a theory ... More
Quantum logic is undecidableJul 20 2016Nov 04 2016We investigate the first-order theory of closed subspaces of complex Hilbert spaces in the signature $(\lor,\perp,0,1)$, where `$\perp$' is the orthogonality relation. Our main result is that already its purely implicational fragment is undecidable: there ... More
B+ and B0 Mean Lifetime MeasurementsSep 19 1994We review $B^+$ and $B^0$ mean lifetime measurements, including direct measurements and determination of the lifetime ratio via measurements of the ratio of branching ratios. We present world averages.
$B$ Physics with the CDF Run II UpgradeDec 21 1995We summarize Run I results relevant to an analysis of the CP asymmetry in $B\to J/\psi K_s$, the CDF upgrade plans for Run II, and some of the main $B$ physics goals related to the exploration of the origin of CP violation.
Quantum-Critical transport at a semimetal-to-insulator transition on the honeycomb latticeDec 01 2010Jan 25 2012In this paper we study transport properties of electrons on the two-dimensional honeycomb lattice. We consider a half-filled system in the vicinity of a symmetry-breaking transition from a semimetallic phase towards an insulating phase with either charge ... More
Inverse spectral theory as influenced by Barry SimonFeb 02 2010We survey Barry Simon's principal contributions to the field of inverse spectral theory in connection with one-dimensional Schrodinger and Jacobi operators.
On the computation of harmonic maps by unconstrained algorithms based on totally geodesic embeddingsOct 17 2016In this paper, we present an algorithm for the computation of harmonic maps, and respectively, of the harmonic map heat flow between two closed Riemannian manifolds. Our approach is based on the totally geodesic embedding of the target manifold into $\mathbb{R}^N$ ... More
Tsirelson's problem and Kirchberg's conjectureAug 06 2010May 04 2012Tsirelson's problem asks whether the set of nonlocal quantum correlations with a tensor product structure for the Hilbert space coincides with the one where only commutativity between observables located at different sites is assumed. Here it is shown ... More
Descent for coherent sheaves along formal/open coveringsMar 07 2016For a regular noetherian scheme $X$ with a divisor with strict normal crossings $D$ we prove that coherent sheaves satisfy descent w.r.t. the 'covering' consisting of the open parts in the various completions of $X$ along the components of $D$ and their ... More
Generalized automorphic sheaves and the proportionality principle of Hirzebruch-MumfordMar 14 2016We axiomatize the algebraic structure of toroidal compactifications of Shimura varieties and their automorphic vector bundles. We propose a notion of generalized automorphic sheaf which includes the sheaves of sections of automorphic vector bundles with ... More
Distance Measurements and Stellar Population Properties via Surface Brightness FluctuationsMay 07 2012Surface Brightness Fluctuations (SBFs) are one of the most powerful techniques to measure the distance and to constrain the unresolved stellar content of extragalactic systems. For a given bandpass, the absolute SBF magnitude \bar{M} depends on the properties ... More
A presentation of the category of stochastic matricesFeb 16 2009Mar 31 2009This note gives generators and relations for the strict monoidal category of probabilistic maps on finite cardinals (i.e., stochastic matrices).
Integrable Systems in the Infinite Genus LimitJul 07 1999We provide an elementary approach to integrable systems associated with hyperelliptic curves of infinite genus. In particular, we explore the extent to which the classical Burchnall-Chaundy theory generalizes in the infinite genus limit, and systematically ... More
Velocity Polytopes of Periodic Graphs and a No-Go Theorem for Digital PhysicsSep 09 2011Jun 17 2013A periodic graph in dimension $d$ is a directed graph with a free action of $\Z^d$ with only finitely many orbits. It can conveniently be represented in terms of an associated finite graph with weights in $\Z^d$, corresponding to a $\Z^d$-bundle with ... More
Unconventional Ideas for Axion and Dark Matter ExperimentsSep 26 2015In this contribution an entirely different way compared to conventional approaches for axion, hidden photon and dark matter (DM) detection is proposed for discussion. The idea is to use living plants which are known to be very sensitive to all kind of ... More
Convex Spaces I: Definition and ExamplesMar 31 2009Oct 19 2015We propose an abstract definition of convex spaces as sets where one can take convex combinations in a consistent way. A priori, a convex space is an algebra over a finitary version of the Giry monad. We identify the corresponding Lawvere theory as the ... More
Differentiable equivalence of fractional linear mapsAug 10 2006A Moebius system is an ergodic fibred system $(B,T)$ (see \citer5) defined on an interval $B=[a,b]$ with partition $(J_k),k\in I,#I\geq 2$ such that $Tx=\frac{c_k+d_kx}{a_k+b_kx}$, $x\in J_k$ and $T|_{J_k}$ is a bijective map from $J_k$ onto $B$. It is ... More
Resource convertibility and ordered commutative monoidsApr 14 2015Jul 02 2015Resources and their use and consumption form a central part of our life. Many branches of science and engineering are concerned with the question of which given resource objects can be converted into which target resource objects. For example, information ... More
Upper-critical dimension in a quantum impurity model: Critical theory of the asymmetric pseudogap Kondo problemSep 10 2003Mar 26 2004Impurity moments coupled to fermions with a pseudogap density of states display a quantum phase transition between a screened and a free moment phase upon variation of the Kondo coupling. We describe the universal theory of this transition for the experimentally ... More
Overdamping by weakly coupled environmentsOct 20 2005A quantum system weakly interacting with a fast environment usually undergoes a relaxation with complex frequencies whose imaginary parts are damping rates quadratic in the coupling to the environment, in accord with Fermi's ``Golden Rule''. We show for ... More
Real-Valued Algebro-Geometric Solutions of the Camassa--Holm hierarchyAug 14 2002We provide a treatment of real-valued, smooth, and bounded algebro-geometric solutions of the Camassa--Holm (CH) hierarchy and describe the associated isospectral torus. We also discuss real-valued algebro-geometric solutions with a cusp behavior.
Darboux-type transformations and hyperelliptic curvesJan 23 1999We systematically study Darboux-type transformations for the KdV and AKNS hierarchies and provide a complete account of their effects on hyperelliptic curves associated with algebro-geometric solutions of these hierarchies.
A new approach to inverse spectral theory, II. General real potentials and the connection to the spectral measureSep 29 1998Sep 01 2000We continue the study of the A-amplitude associated to a half-line Schrodinger operator, -d^2/dx^2+ q in L^2 ((0,b)), b <= infinity. A is related to the Weyl-Titchmarsh m-function via m(-\kappa^2) =-\kappa - \int_0^a A(\alpha) e^{-2\alpha\kappa} d\alpha ... More
Time Dependent B0 B0-bar Mixing at CDFDec 12 1996We describe two measurements of Delta m_d. The first uses B -> nu l D(*) events and a same-side flavor tagging algorithm. The second uses dilepton events. From the average of these two measurements we find Delta m_d = 0.466 +- 0.037 +- 0.031 ps^{-1}.
Learnable Pooling Regions for Image ClassificationJan 15 2013May 05 2015Biologically inspired, from the early HMAX model to Spatial Pyramid Matching, pooling has played an important role in visual recognition pipelines. Spatial pooling, by grouping of local codes, equips these methods with a certain degree of robustness to ... More
Compositories and GleavesAug 29 2013Sheaves are objects of a local nature: a global section is determined by how it looks locally. Hence, a sheaf cannot describe mathematical structures which contain global or nonlocal geometric information. To fill this gap, we introduce the theory of ... More
Signatures of the nematic ordering transitions in the thermal conductivity of d-wave superconductorsJan 22 2009Oct 06 2009We study experimental signatures of the Ising nematic quantum phase transition in d-wave superconductors, associated with the change of lattice symmetry from tetragonal to orthorhombic in the superconducting state. The characteristic feature of this transition ... More
The skyrmion lattice phase in three dimensional chiral magnets from Monte Carlo simulationsApr 24 2013Chiral magnets, such as MnSi, display a rich finite temperature phase diagram in an applied magnetic field. The most unusual of the phases encountered is the so called A-phase characterized by a triangular lattice of skyrmion tubes. Its existence cannot ... More
On Matrix-Valued Herglotz FunctionsDec 11 1997We provide a comprehensive analysis of matrix-valued Herglotz functions and illustrate their applications in the spectral theory of self-adjoint Hamiltonian systems including matrix-valued Schr\"odinger and Dirac-type operators. Special emphasis is devoted ... More
Local Spectral Properties of Reflectionless Jacobi, CMV, and Schrödinger OperatorsMar 21 2008May 15 2008We prove that Jacobi, CMV, and Schr\"odinger operators, which are reflectionless on a homogeneous set E (in the sense of Carleson), under the assumption of a Blaschke-type condition on their discrete spectra accumulating at E, have purely absolutely continuous ... More
The Callias Index Formula RevisitedJun 16 2015Jan 16 2016We revisit the Callias index formula for Dirac-type operators $L$ in odd space dimension $n$, and prove that \begin{align} \text{ind} \, (L) =\bigg(\frac{i}{8\pi}\bigg)^{\frac{n-1}{2}}\frac{1}{2(\frac{n-1}{2})!} \lim_{\Lambda \to\infty}\frac{1}{\Lambda ... More
When is a non-self-adjoint Hill operator a spectral operator of scalar type?Nov 15 2005We derive necessary and sufficient conditions for a one-dimensional periodic Schr\"odinger (i.e., Hill) operator H=-d^2/dx^2+V in L^2(R) to be a spectral operator of scalar type. The conditions demonstrate the remarkable fact that the property of a Hill ... More
A Schauder and Riesz Basis Criterion for Non-Self-Adjoint Schrödinger Operators with Periodic and Antiperiodic Boundary ConditionsApr 26 2011Jun 04 2011Under the assumption that $V \in L^2([0,\pi]; dx)$, we derive necessary and sufficient conditions for (non-self-adjoint) Schr\"odinger operators $-d^2/dx^2+V$ in $L^2([0,\pi]; dx)$ with periodic and antiperiodic boundary conditions to possess a Riesz ... More
A Characterization of All Elliptic Solutions of the AKNS HierarchyMay 28 1997An explicit characterization of all elliptic algebro-geometric solutions of the AKNS hierarchy is presented. Our approach is based on (an extension of) a classical theorem of Picard, which guarantees the existence of solutions which are elliptic of the ... More
Inflation on a Non-Commutative Space-TimeJun 12 2015We study inflation on a non-commutative space-time within the framework of enveloping algebra approach which allows for a consistent formulation of general relativity and of the standard model of particle physics. We show that within this framework, the ... More
On the spectrum of Jacobi operators with quasi-periodic algebro-geometric coefficientsJun 08 2005Nov 30 2005We characterize the spectrum of one-dimensional Jacobi operators H=aS^{+}+a^{-}S^{-}+b in l^{2}(\Z) with quasi-periodic complex-valued algebro-geometric coefficients (which satisfy one (and hence infinitely many) equation(s) of the stationary Toda hierarchy) ... More
Plausibility measures on test spacesMay 05 2015Plausibility measures are structures for reasoning in the face of uncertainty that generalize probabilities, unifying them with weaker structures like possibility measures and comparative probability relations. So far, the theory of plausibility measures ... More
Hard to Cheat: A Turing Test based on Answering Questions about ImagesJan 14 2015Jan 15 2015Progress in language and image understanding by machines has sparkled the interest of the research community in more open-ended, holistic tasks, and refueled an old AI dream of building intelligent machines. We discuss a few prominent challenges that ... More
A Pooling Approach to Modelling Spatial Relations for Image Retrieval and AnnotationNov 19 2014May 05 2015Over the last two decades we have witnessed strong progress on modeling visual object classes, scenes and attributes that have significantly contributed to automated image understanding. On the other hand, surprisingly little progress has been made on ... More
Towards a Visual Turing ChallengeOct 29 2014May 05 2015As language and visual understanding by machines progresses rapidly, we are observing an increasing interest in holistic architectures that tightly interlink both modalities in a joint learning and inference process. This trend has allowed the community ... More
Entropic Inequalities and Marginal ProblemsDec 20 2011Sep 26 2012A marginal problem asks whether a given family of marginal distributions for some set of random variables arises from some joint distribution of these variables. Here we point out that the existence of such a joint distribution imposes non-trivial conditions ... More
On (conditional) positive semidefiniteness in a matrix-valued contextFeb 01 2016Jul 25 2016In a nutshell, we intend to extend Schoenberg's classical theorem connecting conditionally positive semidefinite functions $F\colon \mathbb{R}^n \to \mathbb{C}$, $n \in \mathbb{N}$, and their positive semidefinite exponentials $\exp(tF)$, $t > 0$, to ... More
J-Self-Adjointness of a Class of Dirac-Type OperatorsMar 29 2004In this note we prove that the maximally defined operator associated with a class of Dirac-type differential expressions M(Q) is J-self-adjoint with respect to a proper antilinear conjugation J under the general hypothesis that the entries of the matrix ... More
A Description of All Self-Adjoint Extensions of the Laplacian and Krein-Type Resolvent Formulas on Nonsmooth DomainsJul 10 2009Aug 27 2014This paper has two main goals. First, we are concerned with the classification of self-adjoint extensions of the Laplacian $-\Delta\big|_{C^\infty_0(\Omega)}$ in $L^2(\Omega; d^n x)$. Here, the domain $\Omega$ belongs to a subclass of bounded Lipschitz ... More
Symmetrized Perturbation Determinants and Applications to Boundary Data Maps and Krein-Type Resolvent FormulasJul 27 2010The aim of this paper is twofold: On one hand we discuss an abstract approach to symmetrized Fredholm perturbation determinants and an associated trace formula for a pair of operators of positive-type, extending a classical trace formula. On the other ... More
Spectral Properties of a Class of Reflectionless Schrödinger OperatorsMar 03 2006We prove that one-dimensional reflectionless Schr\"odinger operators with spectrum a homogeneous set in the sense of Carleson, belonging to the class introduced by Sodin and Yuditskii, have purely absolutely continuous spectra. This class includes all ... More
The Concept of an Emergent Cosmographic VacuumJul 10 2009Mar 12 2010The argument for an "Emergent Cosmographic Vacuum" state which generates fermion and weak boson masses is outlined. Its limitations and its consequences are discussed. Predictions for LHC are presented.
Central Baryons in Dual Models and the Possibility of a Backward Peak in DiffractionFeb 17 2000Mar 09 2000Two distinct interactions of Pomerons should occur in dense multi-string events. Besides the usual triple Pomeron processes transitions to membraned cylinders can be expected to contribute in a significant way. They offer an efficient mechanism for central ... More
Baryon Transport in Dual Models and the Possibility of a Backward Peak in DiffractionJan 17 2001Dual string models contain significant baryon transfers and seem essentially consistent with the available data. We here turn to a careful consideration of the relevant topological structures. The baryon transfer is associated with one of two possible ... More
Spin-liquid phase and order-by-disorder of classical Heisenberg spins on the swedenborgite latticeApr 07 2014Frustration refers to the inability to satisfy competing interactions simultaneously, often leading to a large number of degenerate ground states. This can suppress ordering tendencies, sometimes resulting in a spin liquid phase. An intrinsic effect lifting ... More
Linear Representations of the Automorphism Group of a Free GroupJun 08 2006Let $F_n$ be the free group on $n\ge 2$ elements and $\A(F_n)$ its group of automorphisms. In this paper we present a rich collection of linear representations of $\A(F_n)$ arising through the action of finite index subgroups of it on relation modules ... More
A Jost-Pais-type reduction of (modified) Fredholm determinants for semi-separable operators in infinite dimensionsApr 03 2014Aug 29 2014We study the analog of semi-separable integral kernels in $\mathcal{H}$ of the type $$ K(x,x')=\begin{cases} F_1(x)G_1(x'), & a<x'< x< b, \\ F_2(x)G_2(x'), & a<x<x'<b, \end{cases} $$ where $-\infty\leq a<b\leq \infty$, and for a.e.\ $x \in (a,b)$, $F_j ... More
Quadratic sequences of powers and Mohanty's ConjectureOct 17 2016We prove under the Bombieri-Lang conjecture for surfaces that there is an absolute bound on the length of sequences of integer squares with constant second differences, for sequences which are not formed by the squares of integers in arithmetic progression. ... More
Nonlocal Robin Laplacians and some remarks on a paper by Filonov on eigenvalue inequalitiesDec 10 2008Feb 03 2010The aim of this paper is twofold: First, we characterize an essentially optimal class of boundary operators $\Theta$ which give rise to self-adjoint Laplacians $-\Delta_{\Theta, \Omega}$ in $L^2(\Omega; d^n x)$ with (nonlocal and local) Robin-type boundary ... More
On Spectral Theory for Schrödinger Operators with Strongly Singular PotentialsMay 06 2005Jul 27 2010We examine two kinds of spectral theoretic situations: First, we recall the case of self-adjoint half-line Schr\"odinger operators on [a,\infty), a\in\bbR, with a regular finite end point a and the case of Schr\"odinger operators on the real line with ... More
Generating Optimal Plans in Highly-Dynamic DomainsMay 09 2012Generating optimal plans in highly dynamic environments is challenging. Plans are predicated on an assumed initial state, but this state can change unexpectedly during plan generation, potentially invalidating the planning effort. In this paper we make ... More
A Borg-Type Theorem Associated with Orthogonal Polynomials on the Unit CircleJan 14 2005We prove a general Borg-type result for reflectionless unitary Cantero-Moral-Velazquez (CMV) operators U associated with orthogonal polynomials on the unit circle. The spectrum of U is assumed to be a connected arc on the unit circle. This extends a recent ... More
Self-averaging characteristics of spectral fluctuationsOct 20 2014The spectral form factor as well as the two-point correlator of the density of (quasi-)energy levels of individual quantum dynamics are not self-averaging. Only suitable smoothing turns them into useful characteristics of spectra. We present numerical ... More
Weyl-Titchmarsh M-Function Asymptotics, Local Uniqueness Results, Trace Formulas, and Borg-type Theorems for Dirac OperatorsFeb 06 2001We explicitly determine the high-energy asymptotics for Weyl-Titchmarsh matrices associated with general Dirac-type operators on half-lines and on $\bbR$. We also prove new local uniqueness results for Dirac-type operators in terms of exponentially small ... More
Derivation of the Leroux system as the hydrodynamic limit of a two-component lattice gasApr 29 2003May 13 2003The long time behavior of a couple of interacting asymmetric exclusion processes of opposite velocities is investigated in one space dimension. We do not allow two particles at the same site, and a collision effect (exchange) takes place when particles ... More
A Multi-World Approach to Question Answering about Real-World Scenes based on Uncertain InputOct 01 2014May 05 2015We propose a method for automatically answering questions about images by bringing together recent advances from natural language processing and computer vision. We combine discrete reasoning with uncertain predictions by a multi-world approach that represents ... More
An Abstract Approach to Weak Convergence of Spectral Shift Functions and Applications to Multi-Dimensional Schrödinger OperatorsNov 01 2011We study the manner in which a sequence of spectral shift functions $\xi(\cdot;H_j,H_{0,j})$ associated with abstract pairs of self-adjoint operators $(H_j, H_{0,j})$ in Hilbert spaces $\cH_j$, $j\in\bbN$, converge to a limiting spectral shift function ... More
Compositories and GleavesAug 29 2013Oct 17 2016Sheaves are objects of a local nature: a global section is determined by how it looks locally. Hence, a sheaf cannot describe mathematical structures which contain global or nonlocal geometric information. To fill this gap, we introduce the theory of ... More
Time Symmetric Quantum Mechanics and Causal Classical PhysicsApr 14 2016May 23 2016A two boundary quantum mechanics without time ordered causal structure is advocated as consistent theory. The apparent causal structure of usual "near future" macroscopic phenomena is attributed to a cosmological asymmetry and to rules governing the transition ... More
Equilibration and macroscopic quantum fluctuations in the Dicke modelJan 31 2012We discuss the unitary quantum dynamics of the Dicke model (spin and oscillator coupled). A suitable quasiprobabilty representing the quantum state turns out to obey a Fokker-Planck equation, with drift terms representing the underlying classical Hamiltonian ... More
Compositories and GleavesAug 29 2013Oct 20 2016Sheaves are objects of a local nature: a global section is determined by how it looks locally. Hence, a sheaf cannot describe mathematical structures which contain global or nonlocal geometric information. To fill this gap, we introduce the theory of ... More
Local Conservation Laws and the Hamiltonian Formalism for the Toda Hierarchy RevisitedAug 16 2006We revisit an elementary recursive approach to local conservation laws and the Hamiltonian formalism for the Toda hierarchy.
Baryon Transport in Dual Models and the Possibility of a Backward Peak in DiffractionJul 20 2000We begin to briefly survey the experimental and conceptual side of baryon transfers in particle scattering. A discussion of baryon transfers in heavy ion scattering follows. It shortly reviews existing string model concepts, which were found to be consistent ... More
Algebro-Geometric Solutions of the Camassa--Holm hierarchyMay 08 2001May 21 2001We provide a detailed treatment of the Camassa--Holm (CH) hierarchy with special emphasis on its algebro-geometric solutions. In analogy to other completely integrable hierarchies of soliton equations such as the KdV or AKNS hierarchies, the CH hierarchy ... More
The Cole-Hopf and Miura transformations revisitedDec 21 1998An elementary yet remarkable similarity between the Cole-Hopf transformation relating the Burgers and heat equation and Miura's transformation connecting the KdV and mKdV equations is studied in detail.
Interaction dominated transport and Coulomb drag in bilayer grapheneOct 22 2012We investigate interaction effects in transport phenomena in bilayer graphene (BLG). For the minimal conductivity in pristine BLG, we find that the conductivity assumes a constant value in the limit $T\to 0$, with the first correction being $\propto \sqrt{T}$. ... More
Kinetic theory of Coulomb drag in two monolayers of graphene: from the Dirac point to the Fermi liquid regimeJun 22 2012We theoretically investigate Coulomb drag in a system of two parallel monolayers of graphene. Using a Boltzmann equation approach we study a variety of limits ranging from the non-degenerate interaction dominated limit close to charge neutrality all the ... More
Genetic Algorithm Based Robust and Optimal Path Planning for Sample-Return Mission from an Asteroid on an Earth Fly-By TrajectoryAug 19 2015In this study, an interplanetary space flight mission design is established to obtain the minimum \(\Delta V\) required for a rendezvous and sample return mission from an asteroid. Given the initial (observed) conditions of an asteroid, a (robust) genetic ... More
Elliptic Algebro-Geometric Solutions of the KdV and AKNS Hierarchies - An Analytic ApproachAug 31 1998We provide an overview of elliptic algebro-geometric solutions of the KdV and AKNS hierarchies, with special emphasis on Floquet theoretic and spectral theoretic methods. Our treatment includes an effective characterization of all stationary elliptic ... More
Heuristic Derivation of Blackbody Radiation Laws using Principles of Dimensional AnalysisJan 15 2008Mar 22 2008A generalized form of Wien's displacement law and the blackbody radiation laws of (a) Rayleigh and Jeans, (b) Rayleigh, (c) Wien and Paschen, (d) Thiesen and (e) Planck are derived using principles of dimensional analysis. This kind of scaling is expressed ... More