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Praaline: Integrating Tools for Speech Corpus ResearchFeb 08 2018This paper presents Praaline, an open-source software system for managing, annotating, analysing and visualising speech corpora. Researchers working with speech corpora are often faced with multiple tools and formats, and they need to work with ever-increasing ... More

DisMo: A Morphosyntactic, Disfluency and Multi-Word Unit Annotator. An Evaluation on a Corpus of French Spontaneous and Read SpeechFeb 08 2018We present DisMo, a multi-level annotator for spoken language corpora that integrates part-of-speech tagging with basic disfluency detection and annotation, and multi-word unit recognition. DisMo is a hybrid system that uses a combination of lexical resources, ... More

Valley currents and non-local resistances of graphene nanostructures with broken inversion symmetry from the perspective of scattering theorySep 23 2015Valley currents and non-local resistances of graphene nanostructures with broken inversion symmetry are considered theoretically in the linear response regime. Scattering state wave functions of electrons entering the nanostructure from the contacts represented ... More

Ideal Spin Filters: Theoretical Study of Electron Transmission Through Ordered and Disordered Interfaces Between Ferromagnetic Metals and SemiconductorsOct 11 2000It is predicted that certain atomically ordered interfaces between some ferromagnetic metals (F) and semiconductors (S) should act as ideal spin filters that transmit electrons only from the majority spin bands or only from the minority spin bands of ... More

Why Are Large Persistent Currents Observed in Small Gold Rings?Jan 13 1995It is demonstrated using three-dimensional computer simulations that some simple non-interacting electron models that include electron scattering by grain boundaries, exhibit coexistence of large persistent currents and small conductances, similar to ... More

Sentient NetworksDec 13 1997In this paper we consider the question whether a distributed network of sensors and data processors can form "perceptions" based on the sensory data. Because sensory data can have exponentially many explanations, the use of a central data processor to ... More

Quantum Mechanics as Information FusionDec 04 1999We provide evidence that quantum mechanics can be interpreted as a rational algorithm for finding the least complex description for the correlations in the outputs of sensors in a large array. In particular, by comparing the self-organization approach ... More

A Natural Cosmological Model with Omega_matter <1Feb 12 1999Flat cosmological models with a cosmological constant on the order of the Einstein-de Sitter critical density are enigmatic in the sense that there does not appear to be any natural explanation for why there should be a cosmological constant with such ... More

The Black Hole Information Puzzle and Evidence for a Cosmological ConstantJul 22 1998Recent hints from observations of distant supernovae of a positive cosmological constant with magnitude comparable to the average density of matter seem to point in the direction of a two fluid model for spacetime; where the "normal" component consists ... More

The Monster Sporadic Group and a Theory Underlying Superstring ModelsSep 18 1996The pattern of duality symmetries acting on the states of compactified superstring models reinforces an earlier suggestion that the Monster sporadic group is a hidden symmetry for superstring models. This in turn points to a supersymmetric theory of self-dual ... More

Change Detection with Compressive MeasurementsApr 11 2014Quickest change point detection is concerned with the detection of statistical change(s) in sequences while minimizing the detection delay subject to false alarm constraints. In this paper, the problem of change point detection is studied when the decision ... More

Discussion of "Estimating the historical and future probabilities of large terrorist events" by Aaron Clauset and Ryan WoodardJan 10 2014Discussion of "Estimating the historical and future probabilities of large terrorist events" by Aaron Clauset and Ryan Woodard [arXiv:1209.0089].

Modeling and estimation of multi-source clustering in crime and security dataNov 28 2013While the presence of clustering in crime and security event data is well established, the mechanism(s) by which clustering arises is not fully understood. Both contagion models and history independent correlation models are applied, but not simultaneously. ... More

Three-Dimensional Reddening Map for Stars from 2MASS Photometry: The Method and the First ResultsJul 02 2016The first results of the construction of a 3D reddening map for stars within 1600 pc of the Sun are presented. Analysis of the distribution of 70 million stars from the 2MASS catalog with the most accurate photometry on the (J-Ks) - Ks diagram supplemented ... More

Four Weak Gauge Boson Production at Photon Linear Collider and Heavy Higgs SignalJul 28 1994We study the signals and backgrounds for a heavy Higgs boson in the processes $\gamma\gamma\to WWWW$, $\gamma\gamma\to WWZZ$ at the photon linear collider. The results are based on the complete tree level SM calculation for these reactions. We show that ... More

Spatial Variations of the Extinction Law in the Galactic Disk from Infrared ObservationsJun 28 2016Infrared photometry in the J (1.2 microns), H (1.7 microns), Ks (2.2 microns) bands from the 2MASS catalogue and in the W1 (3.4 microns), W2 (4.6 microns), W3 (12 microns), W4 (22 microns) bands from the WISE catalogue is used to reveal the spatial variations ... More

The classical pion field in a nucleusNov 08 2007Sep 04 2008A self-consistent symmetry arises when the nucleon angular momentum j and the isospin t are coupled to a grand spin G. Closed G shells become sources of a classical pion field with a hedgehog shape. Although the amplitude of the pion field, as measured ... More

Doubles melanges des polylogarithmes multiples aux racines de l'unit'eFeb 15 2002The values at positive integers of the polyzeta functions are solutions of the polynomial equations arising from Drinfeld's associators, which have numerous applications in quantum algebra. Considered as iterated integrals they become periods of the motivic ... More

A Person Re-Identification System For Mobile DevicesDec 13 2015Person re-identification is a critical security task for recognizing a person across spatially disjoint sensors. Previous work can be computationally intensive and is mainly based on low-level cues extracted from RGB data and implemented on a PC for a ... More

Verso folio: Diversified Ranking for Large Graphs with Context-Aware ConsiderationsJul 25 2016This work is pertaining to the diversified ranking of web-resources and interconnected documents that rely on a network-like structure, e.g. web-pages. A practical example of this would be a query for the k most relevant web-pages that are also in the ... More

Connections Between Symmetries and Conservation LawsNov 09 2005This paper presents recent work on connections between symmetries and conservation laws. After reviewing Noether's theorem and its limitations, we present the Direct Construction Method to show how to find directly the conservation laws for any given ... More

Mass Determinations of Star ClustersJul 03 2001Mass determinations are difficult to obtain and still frequently characterised by deceptively large uncertainties. We review below the various mass estimators used for star clusters of all ages and luminosities. We highlight a few recent results related ... More

Mirror mesons at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC)Jun 23 2016The existence of mirror partners of Standard-Model fermions offers a viable alternative to a fundamental BEH mechanism, with the coupling corresponding to the gauged mirror generation symmetry becoming naturally strong at energies around 1 TeV. The resulting ... More

On the maximal operators of Walsh-Kaczmarz-Fejér meansOct 05 2014The main aim of this paper is to prove that the maximal operator $\sigma_{p}^{\kappa ,\ast }f:=\sup_{n\in \mathbf{P}}\left\vert \sigma_{n}^{\kappa }f\right\vert /\left( n+1\right) ^{1/p-2}$ is bounded from the Hardy space $% H_{p}$ to the space $L_{p},$ ... More

Travelling waves in the expanding spatially homogeneous space-timesNov 11 2014Some classes of the so called "travelling wave" solutions of Einstein and Einstein - Maxwell equations in General Relativity and of dynamical equations for massless bosonic fields in string gravity in four and higher dimensions are presented. Similarly ... More

Projective Connections and the Algebra of DensitiesAug 20 2008Projective connections first appeared in Cartan's papers in the 1920's. Since then they have resurfaced periodically in, for example, integrable systems and perhaps most recently in the context of so called projectively equivariant quantisation. We recall ... More

Black Holes and Sphalerons in Low Energy Effective String TheoryOct 25 1994Talk given at the 7th Marcel Grossmann Meeting on General Relativity, Stanford University, July 24-30, 1994.

New half supersymmetric solutions of the heterotic stringSep 07 2008May 26 2009We describe all supersymmetric solutions of the heterotic string which preserve 8 supersymmetries and show that are distinguished by the holonomy, ${\rm hol}(\hat\nabla)$, of the connection, $\hat\nabla$, with skew-symmetric torsion. The ${\rm hol}(\hat\nabla) ... More

Quenched Chiral Perturbation Theory for Heavy BaryonsApr 28 1997Heavy baryon chiral perturbation theory is extended to include the effects of quenching. In this framework the leading nonanalytic dependence of the heavy baryon masses on the light quark masses is studied. The size of quenching effects is estimated by ... More

Performance evaluation of a production line operated under an echelon buffer policyMar 09 2019We consider a production line consisting of several machines in series separated by intermediate finite-capacity buffers. The line operates under an "echelon buffer" (EB) policy according to which each machine can store the parts that it produces in any ... More

Genus theory and $ε$-conjectures on p-class groupsMar 07 2019Mar 21 2019We suspect that the "genus part" of the class number of a number field K may be an obstruction for an "easy proof" of the classical $\epsilon$-conjecture for p-class groups and, a fortiori, for a proof of the "strong $\epsilon$-conjecture": \#Cl\_K <<\_(d,p,$\epsilon$) ... More

Automorphisms of an orthomodular poset of projectionsNov 29 2002Oct 07 2003By using a lattice characterization of continuous projections defined on a topological vector space E arising from a dual pair, we determine the automorphism group of their orthomodular poset Proj(E) by means of automorphisms and anti-automorphisms of ... More

Spatial Variations of the Interstellar Polarization and Interstellar ExtinctionJul 24 2017For more than 5000 stars with accurate parallaxes from the Hipparcos and Gaia DR1 Tycho-Gaia astrometric solution (TGAS), Tycho-2 photometry, interstellar polarization from eight catalogues and interstellar extinction from eight 3D maps the largest up ... More

Cryptocurrencies, Mainstream Asset Classes and Risk Factors - A Study of ConnectednessSep 10 2018We investigate connectedness within and across two major groups or assets: i) five popular cryptocurrencies, and ii) six major asset classes plus two commonly employed risk factors. Granger-causality tests uncover six direct channels of causality from ... More

Quantization of maximally-charged slowly-moving black holesSep 15 2000Jan 11 2001We discuss the quantization of a system of slowly-moving extreme Reissner-Nordstrom black holes. In the near-horizon limit, this system has been shown to possess an SL(2,R) conformal symmetry. However, the Hamiltonian appears to have no well-defined ground ... More

Canonical quantization of a particle near a black holeJun 12 2000We discuss the quantization of a particle near an extreme Reissner-Nordstrom black hole in the canonical formalism. This model appears to be described by a Hamiltonian with no well-defined ground state. This problem can be circumvented by a redefinition ... More

A counterexample to a question of Haydon, Odell and RosenthalOct 14 1996We give an example of a compact metric space $K$, an open dense subset $U$ of $K$, and a sequence $(f_n)$ in $C(K)$ which is pointwise convergent to a non-continuous function on $K$, such that for every $u \in U$ there exists $n \in \N$ with $f_n(u)=f_m(u)$ ... More

Non-Noether symmetries in integrable modelsJul 09 2003Aug 13 2003In the present paper the non-Noether symmetries of the Toda model, nonlinear Schodinger equation and Korteweg-de Vries equations (KdV and mKdV) are discussed. It appears that these symmetries yield the complete sets of conservation laws in involution ... More

Remark on non-Noether symmetries and bidifferential calculiMay 25 2001Jun 20 2001In the past few years both non-Noether symmetries and bidifferential calculi has been successfully used in generating conservation laws and both lead to the similar families of conserved quantities.Here relationship between Lutzky's integrals of motion ... More

Single or combined location measurements of the same parameter without prior probability. (Altern. title, Parametric inference as useful illusion; Part 1)Mar 28 2002May 13 2003Motivation. This version is based solely on the calculus of probability, excluding any statistical principle. "Location measurement" means the pdf of the error is known. When the datum is obtained, intuition suggests something like a pdf for the parameter; ... More

Invariance principles for random walks in random environment on treesDec 26 2018We prove that, after rescaling the bias parameter properly, the biased random walk on the range of a large critical non-lattice branching random walk converges to a Brownian motion in a random Gaussian potential on Aldous' continuum random tree (CRT). ... More

Enumerating quasi-Yamanouchi tableaux of Durfee size twoOct 13 2016Feb 20 2018Quasi-Yamanouchi tableaux connect the two most studied types of tableaux. They are a subset of semistandard Young tableaux that are also a refinement on standard Young tableaux, and they can be used to improve the fundamental quasisymmetric expansion ... More

On higher energy decompositions and the sum-product phenomenonMar 13 2018Jun 04 2018Let $A \subset \mathbb{R}$ be finite. We quantitatively improve the Balog-Wooley decomposition, that is $A$ can be partitioned into sets $B$ and $C$ such that $$\max\{E^+(B) , E^{\times}(C)\} \lesssim |A|^{3 - 7/26}, \ \ \max \{E^+(B,A) , E^{\times}(C, ... More

Nondifferentiable functions of one-dimensional semimartingalesFeb 04 2008Jan 26 2010We consider decompositions of processes of the form $Y=f(t,X_t)$ where $X$ is a semimartingale. The function $f$ is not required to be differentiable, so It\^{o}'s lemma does not apply. In the case where $f(t,x)$ is independent of $t$, it is shown that ... More

Quillen's adjunction theorem for derived functors, revisitedNov 30 2006The aim of this paper is to present a very simple original, purely formal, proof of Quillen's adjunction theorem for derived functors, and of some more recent variations and generalizations of this theorem. This is obtained by proving an abstract adjunction ... More

Convergence of blanket times for sequences of random walks on critical random graphsOct 17 2018Under the assumption that sequences of graphs equipped with resistances, associated measures, walks and local times converge in a suitable Gromov-Hausdorff topology, we establish asymptotic bounds on the distribution of the $\varepsilon$-blanket times ... More

Local theta-regulators of an algebraic number -- p-adic ConjecturesJan 10 2017Let K/Q be Galois and let eta in K* be such that the multiplicative Z[G]-module generated by eta is of Z-rank n.We define the local theta-regulators Delta\_p^theta(eta) in F\_p for the Q\_p-irreducible characters theta of G=Gal(K/Q). Let V\_theta be the ... More

On The maximal operators of Vilenkin-Fejér means on Hardy spacesOct 05 2014The main aim of this paper is to prove that when $0<p<1/2$ the maximal operator $\overset{\sim }{\sigma }_{p}^{\ast }f:=\underset{n\in \mathbb{N}}{% \sup }\frac{\left\vert \sigma_{n}f\right\vert }{\left( n+1\right) ^{1/p-2}}$ is bounded from the martingale ... More

On the convergence of Fejér means of Walsh-Fourier series in the space $H_{p}$Sep 17 2014The main aim of this paper is to find the necessary and sufficient conditions for a modulus of continuity of a martingale $F\in H_{p},$ for which Fej\'er means convergence in $H_{p}$-norm, when $0<p\leq 1/2.$

Matching of analytical and numerical solutions for neutron stars of arbitrary rotationJan 29 2012We demonstrate the results of an attempt to match the two-soliton analytical solution with the numerically produced solutions of the Einstein field equations, that describe the spacetime exterior of rotating neutron stars, for arbitrary rotation. The ... More

A toy quantum analog of enzymesOct 19 2015We present a quantum system incorporating qualitative aspects of enzyme action in which the possibility of quantum superposition of several conformations of the enzyme-substrate complex is investigated. We present numerical results showing quantum effects ... More

Comparison of the Pulkovo Compilation of Radial Velocities with the RAVE DR1 CatalogueJun 25 2016The Data Release 1 of the Radial-Velocity Experiment (RAVE DR1, 24 748 stars) is compared with the May 15, 2006 version of the Pulkovo Compilation of Radial Velocities (PCRV, 35 495 stars). RAVE DR1 includes mostly $9^m-13^m$ stars, while the PCRV contains ... More

Localizing subcategories in the bootstrap category of filtered C*-algebrasFeb 01 2016We use the abelian approximation for the bootstrap category of filtered C*-algebras to define a sensible notion of support for its objects. As a consequence, we provide a full classification of localizing subcategories in terms of a product of lattices ... More

H0 RevisitedNov 14 2013Feb 08 2014I reanalyse the Riess et al. (2011, hereafter R11) Cepheid data using the revised geometric maser distance to NGC 4258 of Humphreys et al. (2013). I explore different outlier rejection criteria designed to give a reduced chi-squared of unity and compare ... More

Normal Galaxies in the InfraredMay 09 2000This review addresses what can be learned from infrared observations about galaxies powered predominantly by star formation. Infrared techniques mostly probe the interstellar medium of galaxies, yielding physical and chemical information on the medium ... More

A note on the norm convergence by Vilenkin-Fejér meansFeb 14 2015The main aim of this paper is to find necessary and sufficient conditions for the convergence of Fej\'er means in terms of the modulus of continuity on the Hardy spaces $H_{p},$ when $0<p\leq 1/2.$

Survival exponents for some Gaussian processesMar 12 2012The problem is a power-law asymptotics of the probability that a self-similar process does not exceed a fixed level during long time. The exponent in such asymptotics is estimated for some Gaussian processes, including the fractional Brownian motion (FBM) ... More

On the homotopy type of certain cobordism categories of surfacesAug 30 2010Mar 14 2011Let $\mathcal{A}_{g,d}$ be the (topological) cobordism category of orientable surfaces whose connected components are homeomorphic to either $S^1 \times I$ with one incoming and one outgoing boundary component or the surface $\Sigma_{g,d}$ of genus $g$ ... More

Projective Connections and Schwarzian Derivatives for Supermanifolds, and Batalin-Vilkovisky OperatorsSep 29 2009We extend the notion of a Thomas projective connection (a projective equivalence class of linear connections) for supermanifolds. As a by-product, we arrive at a generalisation of the multidimensional Schwarzian derivative for the super case which was ... More

A Canonical Laplacian on the Algebra of Densities on a Projectively Connected ManifoldSep 29 2009On a manifold with a projective connection we canonically assign a second order differential operator acting on the algebra of all densities to any tensor density $S^{ij}$ of fixed weight $\lambda$. In particular, this implies that on any projectively ... More

Some Early Ideas on the Metric Geometry of ThermodynamicsApr 09 2016It is a pleasure to write for this 90'th anniversary volume of Journal of Low Temperature Physics dedicated to Horst Meyer at Duke University. I was a PhD student with Horst in the period 1975-1980, working in experimental low temperature physics. While ... More

Notes on the vector adelic GrassmannianJun 23 2015These are notes about the connection between the Gibbons-Hermsen system and the multi-component KP hierarchy: they were intended as a first sketch of a paper on that subject, but since it seems unlikely that I will ever write such a paper I have decided ... More

Magnetic spin excitations in diluted ferromagnetic systems: the case of $Ga_{1-x}Mn_{x}As$Oct 17 2006Jul 11 2007We propose a theory which allow to calculate the magnetic excitation spectrum in diluted ferromagnetic systems. The approach is rather general and based on the Self-Consistent local Random Phase Approximation in which disorder (dilution) and thermal fluctuations ... More

Solution of the Gross-Pitaevskii equation in terms of the associated non-linear Hartree potentialJul 15 2013The Gross-Pitaevskii equation (GP), that describes the wave function of a number of coherent Bose particles contained in a trap, contains the cube of the normalized wave function, times a factor proportional to the number of coherent atoms. The square ... More

Iterative solution of integral equations on a basis of positive energy Sturmian eigenfunctionsFeb 10 2011Years ago S. Weinberg suggested the "Quasi-Particle" method (Q-P) for iteratively solving an integral equation, based on an expansion in terms of sturmian functions that are eigenfunctions of the integral kernel. An improvement of this method is presented ... More

Rashba-Dirac cones at the tungsten surface: Insights from a tight-binding model and thin film subband structureNov 11 2016A tight-binding model of bcc tungsten that includes spin-orbit coupling is developed and applied to the surface states of (110) tungsten thin films. The model describes accurately the anisotropic Dirac cone-like dispersion and Rashba-like spin polarization ... More

On the appearance of compact objects at radio and optical frequenciesJun 25 2009In the dark energy star picture a compact object is transparent at radio and optical frequencies, and acts as a defocusing lens. Thus the object itself appears as a luminous disk whose surface brightness reflects the surface brightness of the background. ... More

Blueprint for a rotating UniversAug 17 2006Aug 24 2006A solution of the vacuum Einstein equations with a cosmological constant is exhibited which can perhaps be used to describe the interior of compact rotating objects, and may also provide a description of our universe on length scales approaching the size ... More

Quantum Criticality and the Alpha/Delta PuzzleOct 11 2008In this paper we suggest a novel explanation for the alpha-delta transition in plutonium based on an analogy between the evolution of the actinide ground state as a function of spin orbit coupling and the behaviour of thin film superconductors in a magnetic ... More

Time-dependent diffusion in A-starsMay 05 1998Each time diffusion of elements is invoked in explaining abundance anomalies in a star, this supposes implicitly that a stratification process is in progress somewhere in that star. This means also, that the element abundances can still be evolving according ... More

On transfer maps in the algebraic $K$-theory of spacesJan 16 2019We show that the Waldhausen trace map $\mathrm{Tr}_X \colon A(X) \to QX_+$, which defines a natural splitting map from the algebraic $K$-theory of spaces to stable homotopy, is natural up to \emph{weak} homotopy with respect to transfer maps in algebraic ... More

Thinking locally: reflections on Dynamical Mean-Field Theory from a high-temperature/high energy perspectiveDec 22 2011When spatial correlations are short-range, the physics of strongly correlated systems is controlled by local quantum fluctuations. In those regimes, Dynamical Mean-Field Theory can be viewed as a `compass' which provides guidance on the relevant degrees ... More

Quantized Detector Networks: A review of recent developmentsSep 26 2007QDN (quantized detector networks) is a description of quantum processes in which the principal focus is on observers and their apparatus, rather than on states of SUOs (systems under observation). It is a realization of Heisenberg's original instrumentalist ... More

The running of the Universe and the quantum structure of timeMay 04 2001May 14 2001Some principles underpinning the running of the Universe are discussed. The most important, the machine principle, states that the Universe is a fully autonomous, self-organizing and self-testing quantum automaton. Continuous space and time, consciousness ... More

Discrete spacetime: classical causality,prediction, retrodiction and the mathematical arrow of timeApr 08 2000A mathematical definition of classical causality over discrete spacetime dynamics is formulated. The approach is background free and permits a definition of causality in a precise way whenever the spacetime dynamics permits. It gives a natural meaning ... More

From non-Kählerian surfaces to Cremona group of P^2(C)Jun 12 2012Sep 14 2013For any minimal compact complex surface S with n=b_2(S)>0 containing global spherical shells (GSS) we study the effectiveness of the 2n parameters given by the n blown up points. There exists a family of surfaces with GSS which contains as fibers S, some ... More

Consistency Strengths of Modified Maximality PrinciplesJun 03 2004The Maximality Principle MP is a scheme which states that if a sentence of the language of ZFC is true in some forcing extension V^P, and remains true in any further forcing extension of V^P, then it is true in all forcing extensions of V. A modified ... More

Representing finite distributive lattices as congruence lattices of latticesSep 28 2013Dilworth's theorem. Every finite distributive lattice $D$ can be represented as the congruence lattice of a finite lattice $L$. We want: Every finite distributive lattice $D$ can be represented as the congruence lattice of a nice finite lattice $L$. nice ... More

Sum of many dilatesFeb 19 2014Aug 19 2015We show that for any coprime integers $\lambda_1 , \ldots , \lambda_k$ and any finite $A \subset \mathbb{Z}$, one has $$|\lambda_1 \cdot A + \ldots + \lambda_k \cdot A| \geq (|\lambda_1| + \ldots + |\lambda_k|)|A|- C,$$ where $C$ only depends on $\lambda_1 ... More

Non-Noether symmetries in singular dynamical systemsJun 15 2001Jul 22 2002It's well known that Noether symmetries lead to the conservation laws. Conserved quantities are constructed out of generator of the symmetry - invariant Hamiltonian vector field. Considering more general class of vector fields - non-Hamiltonian ones leads ... More

On satellites in arbitrary categoriesSep 09 2008We generalize the definition of satellites with respect to presheaves (and copresheaves) with trace in the sense of Inassaridze; a presheaf with trace is replaced by a graph with a pair of diagrams defined on it. We show that the right satellite functor ... More

Eigenvalues of the basic Dirac operator on quaternion-Kahler foliationsJul 02 2007In this paper, we give an optimal lower bound for the eigenvalues of the basic Dirac operator on a quaternion-Kahler foliation. The limiting case is characterized by the existence of quaternion-Kahler Killing spinors. We end this paper by giving some ... More

Approximation by Walsh-Kaczmarz-Fejér means on the Hardy spaceOct 05 2014The main aim of this paper is to find necessary and sufficient conditions for the convergence of Walsh-Kaczmarz-Fej\'er means in the terms of the modulus of continuity on the Hardy spaces $H_{p},$ when $0<p\leq 1/2.$

On the maximal operators of Walsh-Kaczmarz-Nörlund meansOct 05 2014Dec 25 2014The main aim of this paper is to investigate $\left( H_{p},L_{p,\infty }\right) $ type inequalities for maximal operators of N\"orlund means with monotone coefficients of one-dimensional Walsh-Kaczmarz system. By applying this results we conclude a.e ... More

On The maximal operators of Vilenkin-Fejér meansOct 05 2014The main aim of this paper is to prove that the maximal operator $\overset{% \sim }{\sigma }^{*}f:=\underset{n\in P}{\sup }\frac{\left| \sigma_{n}f\right| }{\log ^{2}\left( n+1\right) }$ is bounded from the Hardy space $H_{1/2}$ to the space $L_{1/2}$, ... More

Strong convergence theorems of Walsh-Fejér meansOct 05 2014As main result we prove that Fej\'er means of Walsh-Fourier series are uniformly bounded operators from $\ H_{p}$ to $H_{p}$ $\left( 0<p\leq 1/2\right) .

A note on the Fourier coefficients and partial sums of Vilenkin-Fourier seriesOct 05 2014The main aim of this paper is to investigate Paley type and Hardy-Littlewood type inequalities and strong convergence theorem of partial sums of Vilenkin-Fourier series.

Ph.D. Thesis-Martingale Hardy spaces and summability of the one dimensional Vilenkin-Fourier seriesFeb 19 2018In this PhD thesis we discuss, develop and apply this fascinating theory connected to modern harmonic analysis. In particular we make new estimations of Vilenkin-Fourier coefficients and prove some new results concerning boundedness of maximal operators ... More

Univariate error function based neural network approximationApr 24 2014Here we research the univariate quantitative approximation of real and complex valued continuous functions on a compact interval or all the real line by quasi-interpolation, Baskakov type and quadrature type neural network operators. We perform also the ... More

Reduction of couplings in the MSSMJul 16 2015We present an application of the reduction of couplings program in the minimal supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM). We investigate if a functional relation between $\alpha_1$ and $\alpha_2$ gauge couplings can be realized which is Renormalization Group ... More

Predictable Software -- A Shortcut to Dependable Computing ?Mar 11 2004Many dependability techniques expect certain behaviors from the underlying subsystems and fail in chaotic ways if these expectations are not met. Under expected circumstances, however, software tends to work quite well. This paper suggests that, instead ... More

Parallelized Proximity-Based Query Processing Methods for Road NetworksJul 26 2016In this paper, we propose a paradigm for processing in parallel graph joins in road networks. The methodology we present can be used for distance join processing among the elements of two disjoint sets R,S of nodes from the road network, with R preceding ... More

Anosov C-systems and random number generatorsJul 22 2015Jan 12 2016We are developing further our earlier suggestion to use hyperbolic Anosov C-systems for the Monte-Carlo simulations in high energy particle physics. The hyperbolic dynamical systems have homogeneous instability of all trajectories and as such they have ... More

Extinction Law at a Distance up to 25 kpc toward the Galactic PolesJun 29 2016Photometry from the Tycho-2, 2MASS, and WISE catalogues for clump and branch giants at a distance up to 25 kpc toward the Galactic poles has allowed the variations of various characteristics of the infrared interstellar extinction law with distance to ... More

Dependence of Kinematics on the Age of Stars in the Solar NeighborhoodJun 28 2016The variations of kinematic parameters with age are considered for a sample of 15 402 thin-disk O--F stars with accurate $\alpha$, $\delta$, $\mu$, and $\pi>3$ mas from the Hipparcos catalogue and radial velocities from the PCRV catalogue. The ages have ... More

Strongly Correlated Electron Materials: Dynamical Mean-Field Theory and Electronic StructureMar 03 2004These are introductory lectures to some aspects of the physics of strongly correlated electron systems. I first explain the main reasons for strong correlations in several classes of materials. The basic principles of dynamical mean-field theory (DMFT) ... More

Nucleosynthesis from massive stars 50 years after B2FHAug 23 2007We review some important observed properties of massive stars. Then we discuss how mass loss and rotation affect their evolution and help in giving better fits to observational constraints. Consequences for nucleosynthesis at different metallicities are ... More

Physics of rotation in stellar modelsJan 18 2008In these lecture notes, we present the equations presently used in stellar interior models in order to compute the effects of axial rotation. We discuss the hypotheses made. We suggest that the effects of rotation might play a key role at low metallicity. ... More

Density functionals derived from Feynman diagramsOct 10 2009Dec 22 2009We construct a stationary density functional for the partition function from a chosen set of one (boson) line irreducible Feynman diagrams. The construction does not proceed by the inversion of a Legendre transform. It is formulated for fermions with ... More