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Non-extensive Motivated Parton Fragmentation FunctionsNov 05 2018A new form of fragmentation function is presented here, motivated by earlier non-extensive studies of jet fragmentation. We parametrized our Tsallis-like function on pion spectra and compared it to the most common fragmentation function parametrizations. ... More
Testing and improving shear viscous phase space correction modelsJul 04 2017Comparison of hydrodynamic calculations with experimental data inevitably requires a model for converting the fluid to particles. In this work, nonlinear $2\to 2$ kinetic theory is used to assess the overall accuracy of various shear viscous fluid-to-particle ... More
An efficient algorithm for learning with semi-bandit feedbackMay 13 2013We consider the problem of online combinatorial optimization under semi-bandit feedback. The goal of the learner is to sequentially select its actions from a combinatorial decision set so as to minimize its cumulative loss. We propose a learning algorithm ... More
Decomposition of balls in $\mathbb{R}^d$Jan 30 2014We investigate the decomposition problem of balls into finitely many congruent pieces in dimension $d=2k$. In addition, we prove that the $d$ dimensional unit ball $B_d$ can be divided into finitely many congruent pieces if $d=4$ or $d\ge 6$. We show ... More
The Origin of Mass in QCD and its RenormalizationApr 16 2019We present in the most general way how the mass scale parameter appears in the QCD ground state. The transversity of the full gluon self-energy has been investigated in detail. We have derived the Schwinger-Dyson equation of motion for the full gluon ... More
On the Way to Future's High Energy Particle Physics Transport CodeDec 21 2015May 26 2016High Energy Physics (HEP) needs a huge amount of computing resources. In addition data acquisition, transfer, and analysis require a well developed infrastructure too. In order to prove new physics disciplines it is required to higher the luminosity of ... More
A 'soft+hard' model for Pion, Kaon, and Proton Spectra and $v_2$ measured in PbPb Collisions at $\sqrt s = 2.76 A$TeVSep 21 2015Hadron spectra measured in high-energy collisions present distributions which can be derived from the non-extensive statistical and thermodynamical phenomena. Based on earlier theoretical developments, it seems, the methods are very applicable for jets ... More
FRG Approach to Nuclear Matter at Extreme ConditionsOct 16 2015Functional renormalization group (FRG) is an exact method for taking into account the effect of quantum fluctuations in the effective action of the system. The FRG method applied to effective theories of nuclear matter yields equation of state which incorporates ... More
Estimating the variation of neutron star observables by symmetric dense nuclear matter propertiesMay 06 2019Recent multi-channel astrophysics observations and the soon-to-be published new measured electromagnetic and gravitation data provide information on the inner structure of the compact stars. These macroscopic observations can significantly increase our ... More
Multiplicity Dependence in the Non-Extensive Hadronization Model Calculated by the HIJING++ FrameworkMay 27 2019The non-extensive statistical description of the identified final state particles measured in high energy collisions is well-known by its wide range of applicability. However, there are many open questions that need to be answered, including but not limited ... More
The Effect of Quantum Fluctuations in the High-Energy Cold Nuclear Equation of State and in Compact Star ObservablesOct 12 2016We present a novel technique to obtain exact equation of state (EoS) by the Functional Renormalization Group (FRG) method, using the expansion of the effective potential in a base of harmonic functions at finite chemical potential. Within this theoretical ... More
Identified Two-particle Correlations and Quantum Number Conservations in p-p and Pb-Pb Collisions at LHC EnergiesFeb 04 2015In this paper we continue the investigation of the effect of quantum number conservations of pions, kaons, and protons, with very high transverse momenta (up to 25 GeV/c), during parton fragmentation and hadronization in p-p and Pb-Pb collisions at LHC ... More
Multiplicity Dependence of the Jet Structures in pp Collisions at LHC EnergiesSep 26 2018Oct 09 2018We study the event multiplicity dependence of the jet structure in pp collisions. We present evidence for jet shape modification due to multi-parton interactions using PYTHIA and HIJING++ Monte Carlo (MC) event generators as an input to our analysis. ... More
Application of the Non-extensive Statistical Approach to High Energy Particle CollisionsAug 04 2016In high-energy collisions the number of the created particles is far less than the thermodynamic limit, especially in small colliding systems (e.g. proton-proton). Therefore final-state effects and fluctuations in the one-particle energy distribution ... More
Mass hierarchy and energy scaling of the Tsallis--Pareto parameters in hadron productions at RHIC and LHC energiesOct 25 2017The latest, high-accuracy identified hadron spectra measurements in high-energy nuclear collisions led us to the investigation of the strongly interacting particles and collective effects in small systems. Since microscopical processes result in a statistical ... More
Correspondence of Many-flavor Limit and Kaluza-Klein Degrees of Freedom in the Description of Compact StarsJul 27 2016We present the correspondence between non-interacting multi-hadron fermion star equation of state in the many-flavor limit and the degrees of freedom of a Kaluza\,--\,Klein compact star. Many flavors can be interpreted in this framework as one extra compacti\-fied ... More
Testing a Possible Way of Geometrization of the Strong Interaction by a Kaluza-Klein StarSep 10 2015Geometrization of the fundamental interactions has been extensively studied during the century. The idea of introducing compactified spatial dimensions originated by Kaluza and Klein. Following their approach, several model were built representing quantum ... More
Hadron Spectra Parameters within the Non-Extensive ApproachMay 21 2019We investigate how the non-extensive approach works in high-energy physics. Transverse momentum ($p_T$) spectra of several hadrons are fitted by various non-extensive momentum distributions and by the Boltzmann--Gibbs statistics.~It is shown that some ... More
Hadronization within Non-Extensive Approach and the Evolution of the ParametersMay 14 2019We review transverse momentum distributions of various identified charged particles stemming from high energy collisions fitted by various non-extensive distributions as well as by the usual Boltzmann-Gibbs statistics. We investigate the best-fit formula ... More
Underlying Event Studies for LHC EnergiesJan 21 2011Underlying event was originally defined by the CDF collaboration decades ago. Here we improve the original definition to extend our analysis for events with multiple-jets. We introduce a definition for surrounding rings/belts and based on this definition ... More
Systematic Analysis of the Non-extensive Statistical Approach in High Energy Particle Collisions - Experiment vs. TheoryFeb 09 2017Feb 24 2017The analysis of high-energy particle collisions is an excellent testbed for the non-extensive statistical approach. In these reactions we are far from the thermodynamical limit. In small colliding systems, such as electron-positron or nuclear collisions, ... More
Introducing HIJING++: the Heavy Ion Monte Carlo Generator for the High-Luminosity LHC EraJan 14 2019Beyond 2025 we will enter the High-Luminosity era of the LHC, right after the upgrades of the third Long Shutdown of the Large Hadron Collider (LHC). The ongoing state-of-the-art experimental instrument upgrades require high-performance simulation support ... More
HIJING++, a Heavy Ion Jet INteraction Generator for the High-luminosity Era of the LHC and BeyondNov 06 2018HIJING++ (Heavy Ion Jet INteraction Generator) is the successor of the widely used original HIJING, developed almost three decades ago. While the old versions (1.x and 2.x) were written in FORTRAN, HIJING++ was completely rewritten in C++. During the ... More
First Results with HIJING++ on High-energy Heavy Ion CollisionsMay 07 2018We present preliminary results with HIJING++ (3.1.1) for identified hadron production in high-energy heavy ion collisions at LHC energies. The recently developed HIJING++ version is based on the latest version of PYTHIA8 and contains all the nuclear effects ... More
First Results with HIJING++ in High-Energy Heavy-Ion CollisionsJan 30 2017First calculated results with the new HIJING++ are presented for identified hadron production in high-energy heavy ion collisions. The recently developed HIJING++ version is based on the latest version of PYTHIA8 and contains all the nuclear effects has ... More
Spontaneous doping of the basal plane of MoS2 single-layers through oxygen substitution under ambient conditionsApr 02 2019The chemical inertness of the defect-free basal plane confers environmental stability to MoS2 single-layers, but it also limits their chemical versatility and catalytic activity. The stability of the pristine MoS2 basal plane against oxidation under ambient ... More
GLADE: A Galaxy Catalogue for Multi-Messenger Searches in the Advanced Gravitational-Wave Detector EraApr 13 2018Jul 23 2018We introduce a value-added full-sky catalogue of galaxies, named as Galaxy List for the Advanced Detector Era, or GLADE. The purpose of this catalogue is to (i) help identifications of host candidates for gravitational-wave events, (ii) support target ... More
Magnetized baryons and the QCD phase diagram: NJL model meets the latticeMay 06 2019We determine the baryon spectrum of 1 + 1 + 1-flavor QCD in the presence of strong background magnetic fields using lattice simulations at physical quark masses for the first time. Our results show a splitting within multiplets according to the electric ... More
On directed local chromatic number, shift graphs, and Borsuk-like graphsJun 16 2009We investigate the local chromatic number of shift graphs and prove that it is close to their chromatic number. This implies that the gap between the directed local chromatic number of an oriented graph and the local chromatic number of the underlying ... More
Importance weighting without importance weights: An efficient algorithm for combinatorial semi-banditsMar 17 2015Aug 31 2016We propose a sample-efficient alternative for importance weighting for situations where one only has sample access to the probability distribution that generates the observations. Our new method, called Geometric Resampling (GR), is described and analyzed ... More
Controlling Mackey--Glass chaosAug 18 2017The Mackey--Glass equation, which was proposed to illustrate nonlinear phenomena in physiological control systems, is a classical example of a simple looking time delay system with very complicated behavior. Here we use a novel approach for chaos control: ... More
A characterization of $n$-associative, monotone, idempotent functions on an interval that have neutral elementsSep 01 2016Oct 16 2017We investigate monotone idempotent $n$-ary semigroups. One of the main result of this article is the generalisation of Czogala-Drewniak Theorem, which describes the idempotent monotone associative functions having neutral element. Furthermore we present ... More
Monte Carlo Studies of Identified Two-particle Correlations in p-p and Pb-Pb CollisionsMar 01 2014Mar 21 2014Azimuthal particle correlations have been extensively studied in the past at various collider energies in p-p, p-A, and A-A collisions. Hadron-correlation measurements in heavy-ion collisions have mainly focused on studies of collective (flow) effects ... More
Characterization ofn-associative, monotone,idempotent functions on an interval which haveneutral elementsSep 01 2016We investigate monotone idempotent $n$-ary semigroups. One of the main result of this article is the generalisation of Czogala-Drewniak Theorem, which describes the idempotent monotone associative functions having neutral element. Furthermore we present ... More
Associative idempotent nondecreasing functions are reducibleJul 13 2017Sep 04 2018An $n$-ary associative function is called reducible if it can be written as a composition of a binary associative function. We summarize known results when the function is defined on a chain and is nondecreasing. Our main result shows that associative ... More
A generalization of the Erdős-Ko-Rado TheoremDec 17 2015Dec 18 2015Our main result is a new upper bound for the size of k-uniform, L-intersecting families of sets, where L contains only positive integers. We characterize extremal families in this setting. Our proof is based on the Ray-Chaudhuri--Wilson Theorem. As an ... More
Finite semilattices with many congruencesJan 04 2018For an integer $n\geq 2$, let NCSL$(n)$ denote the set of sizes of congruence lattices of $n$-element semilattices. We find the four largest numbers belonging to NCSL$(n)$, provided that $n$ is large enough to ensure that $|$NCSL$(n)|\geq 4$. Furthermore, ... More
A second look at the toric h-polynomial of a cubical complexFeb 18 2010Jul 06 2010We provide an explicit formula for the toric $h$-contribution of each cubical shelling component, and a new combinatorial model to prove Clara Chan's result on the non-negativity of these contributions. Our model allows for a variant of the Gessel-Shapiro ... More
The Kahler-Ricci flow and K-stabilityMar 11 2008Jan 15 2009We consider the K\"ahler-Ricci flow on a Fano manifold. We show that if the curvature remains uniformly bounded along the flow, the Mabuchi energy is bounded below, and the manifold is K-polystable, then the manifold admits a K\"ahler-Einstein metric. ... More
Geometry of splice-quotient singularitiesDec 23 2008We obtain a new important basic result on splice-quotient singularities in an elegant combinatorial-geometric way: every level of the divisorial filtration of the ring of functions is generated by monomials of the defining coordinate functions. The elegant ... More
Extremal metrics and K-stability (PhD thesis)Oct 31 2006In this thesis we study the relationship between the existence of canonical metrics on a complex manifold and stability in the sense of geometric invariant theory. We introduce a modification of K-stability of a polarised variety which we conjecture to ... More
Coordinatization of join-distributive latticesAug 17 2012Oct 12 2012Join-distributive lattices are finite, meet-semidistributive, and semimodular lattices. They are the same as Dilworth's lattices in 1940, and many alternative definitions and equivalent concepts have been discovered or rediscovered since then. Let L be ... More
Linear equations for the number of intervals which are isomorphic with Boolean lattices and the Dehn--Sommerville equationsFeb 10 2010Let $P$ be a finite poset. Let $L:=J(P)$ denote the lattice of order ideals of $P$. Let $b_i(L)$ denote the number of Boolean intervals of $L$ of rank $i$. We construct a simple graph $G(P)$ from our poset $P$. Denote by $f_i(P)$ the number of the cliques ... More
Multivariable (φ,Γ)-modules and products of Galois groupsMar 14 2016We show that the category of continuous representations of the $d$th direct power of the absolute Galois group of $\mathbb{Q}_p$ on finite dimensional $\mathbb{F}_p$-vector spaces (resp. finitely generated $\mathbb{Z}_p$-modules, resp. finite dimensional ... More
Critical point in the QCD phase diagram for extremely strong background magnetic fieldsApr 30 2015Jul 16 2015Lattice simulations have demonstrated that a background (electro)magnetic field reduces the chiral/deconfinement transition temperature of quantum chromodynamics for eB < 1 GeV^2. On the level of observables, this reduction manifests itself in an enhancement ... More
First-order regret bounds for combinatorial semi-banditsFeb 23 2015Jun 10 2015We consider the problem of online combinatorial optimization under semi-bandit feedback, where a learner has to repeatedly pick actions from a combinatorial decision set in order to minimize the total losses associated with its decisions. After making ... More
On Why-Questions in PhysicsJan 22 2011The aim of this paper is to introduce a mathematical logic based approach investigating why-type questions in physics.
A Geometrical Characterization of the Twin Paradox and its VariantsJul 11 2008Feb 19 2010The aim of this paper is to provide a logic-based conceptual analysis of the twin paradox (TwP) theorem within a first-order logic framework. A geometrical characterization of TwP and its variants is given. It is shown that TwP is not logically equivalent ... More
Renormalization group approach to the spin-1 Bose gasMay 26 2005Mar 13 2006A field theoretical renormalization group approach at two loop level is applied to the homogeneous spin-1 Bose gas in order to investigate the order of the phase transition. The beta function of the system with $d=4-\epsilon$ dimensions is determined ... More
Uniform approximate functional equation for principal L-functionsNov 30 2001Feb 12 2002We prove an approximate functional equation for the central value of the L-series attached to an irreducible cuspidal automorphic representation of GL(m) over a number field with unitary central character. We investigate the decay rate of the terms involved ... More
New bounds for automorphic L-functionsMay 21 2003This thesis contributes to the analytic theory of automorphic L-functions. We prove an approximate functional equation for the central value of the L-series attached to an irreducible cuspidal automorphic representation of GL(m) over a number field. We ... More
Enumeration by kernel positions for strongly Bernoulli type truncation games on wordsDec 03 2009We find the winning strategy for a class of truncation games played on words. As a consequence of the present author's recent results on some of these games we obtain new formulas for Bernoulli numbers and polynomials of the second kind and a new combinatorial ... More
Filtrations and test-configurationsNov 21 2011Feb 14 2013We introduce a strengthening of K-stability, based on filtrations of the homogeneous coordinate ring. This allows for considering certain limits of families of test-configurations, which arise naturally in several settings. We prove that if a manifold ... More
Balancing Sets of VectorsDec 17 2014Let $n$ be an arbitrary integer, let $p$ be a prime factor of $n$. Denote by $\omega_1$ the $p^{th}$ primitive unity root, $\omega_1:=e^{\frac{2\pi i}{p}}$. Define $\omega_i:=\omega_1^i$ for $0\leq i\leq p-1$ and $B:=\{1,\omega_1,...,\omega_{p-1}\}^n$. ... More
Planar semilattices and nearlattices with eighty-three subnearlatticesAug 22 2019Finite (upper) nearlattices are essentially the same mathematical entities as finite semilattices, finite commutative idempotent semigroups, finite join-enriched meet semilattices, and chopped lattices. We prove that if an $n$-element nearlattice has ... More
Towards the Green-Griffiths-Lang conjecture via equivariant localisationSep 11 2015The Green-Griffiths-Lang conjecture says that for every complex projective algebraic variety $X$ of general type there exists a proper algebraic subvariety of $X$ containing all nonconstant entire holomorphic curves $f:\mathbb{C} \to X$. Using equivariant ... More
Explore no more: Improved high-probability regret bounds for non-stochastic banditsJun 10 2015Nov 03 2015This work addresses the problem of regret minimization in non-stochastic multi-armed bandit problems, focusing on performance guarantees that hold with high probability. Such results are rather scarce in the literature since proving them requires a large ... More
QCD equation of state at nonzero magnetic fields in the Hadron Resonance Gas modelJan 07 2013Apr 08 2013The Hadron Resonance Gas (HRG) model is considered to study the QCD equation of state for the case of nonzero external magnetic fields. Thermodynamic observables including the pressure, energy density, entropy density, magnetization and the speed of sound ... More
What properties of numbers are needed to model accelerated observers in relativity?Sep 29 2012We investigate the possible structures of numbers (as physical quantities) over which accelerated observers can be modeled in special relativity. We present a general axiomatic theory of accelerated observers which has a model over every real closed field. ... More
Critical velocity of antiferromagnetic spin-1 Bose-Einstein condensates at finite temperatureOct 06 2012We study the instability of a moving spinor Bose-Einstein condensate when the speed of flow reaches the critical velocity. This we identify on the basis of Landau's criterion, i.e. the velocity above which some elementary excitation energy becomes negative. ... More
Hierarchical Manifold Clustering on Diffusion Maps for Connectomics (MIT 18.S096 final project)Jul 20 2016In this paper, we introduce a novel algorithm for segmentation of imperfect boundary probability maps (BPM) in connectomics. Our algorithm can be a considered as an extension of spectral clustering. Instead of clustering the diffusion maps with traditional ... More
An additive problem in the Fourier coefficients of cusp formsJan 10 2001May 20 2003We establish an estimate on sums of shifted products of Fourier coefficients coming from holomorphic or Maass cusp forms of arbitrary level and nebentypus. These sums are analogous to the binary additive divisor sum which has been studied extensively. ... More
Difference sets and power residuesJan 19 2018Jan 31 2018Let $p\geq 3$ be a prime and $n\geq 1$ be an integer. Let $K\subseteq {\mathbb Z_p}$ denote a fixed subset with $0\in K$. Let $A\subseteq ({\mathbb Z_p})^n$ be an arbitrary subset such that $$ \{ \mathbf{a}-\mathbf{b}:~\mathbf{a},\mathbf{b}\in A,\mathbf{a}\neq ... More
Blowing up extremal Kähler manifolds IIFeb 04 2013Mar 06 2013This is a continuation of the work of Arezzo-Pacard-Singer and the author on blowups of extremal K\"ahler manifolds. We prove the conjecture stated in [32], and we relate this result to the K-stability of blown up manifolds. As an application we prove ... More
One hundred twenty-seven subsemilattices and planarityJun 28 2019Let $L$ be a finite $n$-element semilattice. We prove that if $L$ has at least $127\cdot 2^{n-8}$ sublattices, then $L$ is planar. For $n>8$, this result is sharp since there is a non-planar semilattice with exactly $127\cdot 2^{n-8}-1$ sublattices.
On Induced Subgraphs of Finite Graphs not Containing Large Empty and Complete SubgraphsNov 16 2012Aug 18 2017In their celebrated paper [Ramsey-Type Theorems, Discrete Appl. Math. 25 (1989) 37-52], Erd\H{o}s and Hajnal asked the following: is it true, that for any finite graph H there exists a constant c(H) such that for any finite graph G, if G does not contain ... More
About sunflowersApr 26 2018May 11 2018Alon, Shpilka and Umans considered the following version of usual sunflower-free subset: a subset $\mbox{$\cal F$}\subseteq \{1,\ldots ,D\}^n$ for $D>2$ is sunflower-free if for every distinct triple $x,y,z\in \mbox{$\cal F$}$ there exists a coordinate ... More
Efron's coins and the Linial arrangementNov 14 2015Jun 14 2016We characterize the tournaments that are dominance graphs of sets of (unfair) coins in which each coin displays its larger side with greater probability. The class of these tournaments coincides with the class of tournaments whose vertices can be numbered ... More
On universal continuous actions on the Cantor setMar 14 2018Mar 16 2018Using the notion of proper Cantor colorings we prove the following theorem. For any countably infinite group $\Gamma$, there exists a free continuous action $\zeta: \Gamma \curvearrowright C$ on the Cantor set, which is universal in the following sense: ... More
A generalization of Croot-Lev-Pach's Lemma and a new upper bound for the size of difference sets in polynomial ringsMar 14 2018Mar 20 2018Croot, Lev and Pach used a new polynomial technique to give a new exponential upper bound for the size of three-term progression-free subsets in the groups $(\mathbb Z _4)^n$. The main tool in proving their striking result is a simple lemma about polynomials, ... More
A remark on conical Kähler-Einstein metricsNov 12 2012We give some non-existence results for K\"ahler-Einstein metrics with conical singularities along a divisor on Fano manifolds. In particular we show that the maximal possible cone angle is in general smaller than the invariant R(M). We study this discrepancy ... More
Degenerations of $\mathbf{C}^n$ and Calabi-Yau metricsJun 01 2017Apr 02 2019We construct infinitely many complete Calabi-Yau metrics on $\mathbf{C}^n$ for $n \geq 3$, with maximal volume growth, and singular tangent cones at infinity. In addition we construct Calabi-Yau metrics in neighborhoods of certain isolated singularities ... More
On Induced Subgraphs of Finite Graphs not Containing Large Empty and Complete SubgraphsNov 16 2012In their celebrated paper [Ramsey-Type Theorems, Discrete Appl. Math. 25 (1989) 37-52], Erd\H{o}s and Hajnal asked the following: is it true, that for any finite graph H there exists a constant c(H) such that for any finite graph G, if G does not contain ... More
Characterizing circles by a convex combinatorial propertyNov 28 2016Let $K_0$ be a compact convex subset of the plane $\mathbb R^2$, and assume that $K_1\subseteq \mathbb R^2$ is similar to $K_0$, that is, $K_1$ is the image of $K_0$ with respect to a similarity transformation $\preal\to\preal$. Kira Adaricheva and Madina ... More
Extremal metrics and K-stabilityOct 18 2004Apr 02 2007We propose an algebraic geometric stability criterion for a polarised variety to admit an extremal Kaehler metric. This generalises conjectures by Yau, Tian and Donaldson which relate to the case of Kaehler-Einstein and constant scalar curvature metrics. ... More
Shifted Jacobi polynomials and Delannoy numbersSep 30 2009Dec 24 2009We express a weighted generalization of the Delannoy numbers in terms of shifted Jacobi polynomials. A specialization of our formulas extends a relation between the central Delannoy numbers and Legendre polynomials, observed over 50 years ago, to all ... More
The amenability and non-amenability of skew fieldsNov 21 2003We investigate the amenability of skew filed extensions of the complex numbers. We prove that all skew fields of finite Gelfand-Kirillov transcendence degree are amenable. However there are both amenable and non-amenable skew fields of infinite Gelfand-Kirillov ... More
Hurwitzian continued fractions containing a repeated constant and an arithmetic progressionNov 12 2012May 25 2013We prove an explicit formula for infinitely many convergents of Hurwitzian continued fractions that repeat several copies of the same constant and elements of one arithmetic progression, in a quasi-periodic fashion. The proof involves combinatorics and ... More
Remark on the Calabi flow with bounded curvatureSep 12 2012In this short note we prove that if the curvature tensor is uniformly bounded along the Calabi flow and the Mabuchi energy is proper, then the flow converges to a constant scalar curvature metric.
Hermitian codes from higher degree placesJun 20 2012Matthews and Michel investigated the minimum distances in certain algebraic-geometry codes arising from a higher degree place $P$. In terms of the Weierstrass gap sequence at $P$, they proved a bound that gives an improvement on the designed minimum distance. ... More
Extremal cross-polytopes and Gaussian vectorsAug 29 2012Jun 20 2013Let C = C(l_1, ..., l_n) be the n-dimensional orthogonal cross-polytope whose axes are of length l_1,..., l_n. Subject to the condition \sum l_i^2 = 1, the mean width of C is minimised when l_i = 1/sqrt{n} for every i, and it is maximised when C is at ... More
The existence of superluminal particles is consistent with the kinematics of Einstein's special theory of relativityFeb 26 2012Mar 28 2013Within an axiomatic framework of kinematics, we prove that the existence of faster than light particles is logically independent of Einstein's special theory of relativity. Consequently, it is consistent with the kinematics of special relativity that ... More
Multidimensional spline integration of scattered dataOct 14 2010Mar 01 2011We introduce a numerical method for reconstructing a multidimensional surface using the gradient of the surface measured at some values of the coordinates. The method consists of defining a multidimensional spline function and minimizing the deviation ... More
First-Order Logic Investigation of Relativity Theory with an Emphasis on Accelerated ObserversMay 06 2010This thesis is mainly about extensions of the first-order logic axiomatization of special relativity introduced by Andr\'eka, Madar\'asz and N\'emeti. These extensions include extension to accelerated observers, relativistic dynamics and general relativity; ... More
Multivariable $(\varphi,Γ)$-modules and smooth $o$-torsion representationsNov 03 2015Aug 15 2016Let $G$ be a $\mathbb{Q}_p$-split reductive group with connected centre and Borel subgroup $B=TN$. We construct a right exact functor $D^\vee_\Delta$ from the category of smooth modulo $p^n$ representations of $B$ to the category of projective limits ... More
Analytic and Probabilistic Problems in Discrete GeometryJul 11 2019The thesis concentrates on two problems in discrete geometry, whose solutions are obtained by analytic, probabilistic and combinatoric tools. The first chapter deals with the strong polarization problem. This states that for any sequence $u_1,\dots, u_n$ ... More
Thom polynomials of Morin singularities and the Green-Griffiths-Lang conjectureNov 21 2010Sep 16 2015The Green-Griffiths-Lang conjecture says that for every complex projective algebraic variety $X$ of general type there exists a proper algebraic subvariety of $X$ containing all nonconstant entire holomorphic curves $f:\mathbb{C} \to X$. We construct ... More
The partial $C^0$-estimate along the continuity methodOct 31 2013Apr 03 2015We prove that the partial $C^0$-estimate holds for metrics along Aubin's continuity method for finding K\"ahler-Einstein metrics, confirming a special case of a conjecture due to Tian. We use the method developed in recent work of Chen-Donaldson-Sun on ... More
The short toric polynomialAug 26 2010Jun 22 2011We introduce the short toric polynomial associated to a graded Eulerian poset. This polynomial contains the same information as the two toric polynomials introduced by Stanley, but allows different algebraic manipulations. The intertwined recurrence defining ... More
Determination of the upper and lower bound of masslimit of degenerate fermionic dark matter objectsNov 19 2007We give a gravitational upper limit for the mass of static degenerate fermionic dark matter objects. The treatment we use includes fully relativistic equations for describing the static solutions of these objects. We study the influence of the annihilation ... More
A Bollobás-type theorem for affine subspacesDec 03 2015Let $W$ denote the $n$-dimensional affine space over the finite field $\mathbb F_q$. We prove here a Bollob\'as-type upper bound in the case of the set of affine subspaces. We give a construction of a pair of families of affine subspaces, which shows ... More
On colorful edge triples in edge-colored complete graphsDec 17 2018An edge-coloring of the complete graph $K_n$ we call $F$-caring if it leaves no $F$-subgraph of $K_n$ monochromatic and at the same time every subset of $|V(F)|$ vertices contains in it at least one completely multicolored version of $F$. For the first ... More
On blowing up extremal Kähler manifoldsOct 25 2010Feb 02 2011We show that the blowup of an extremal Kahler manifold at a relatively stable point in the sense of GIT admits an extremal metric in Kahler classes that make the exceptional divisor sufficiently small, extending a result of Arezzo-Pacard-Singer. We also ... More
Notes on duality theories of abelian groupsMay 05 2006In this notebook, I present duality theory (or theories) of abelian groups with some categorical and categorical topological flavour. I consider writing this notebook as a longer-term project, and its current content and presentation is "under development." ... More
Meixner polynomials of the second kind and quantum algebras representing su(1,1)Sep 24 2009Nov 11 2009We show how Viennot's combinatorial theory of orthogonal polynomials may be used to generalize some recent results of Sukumar and Hodges on the matrix entries in powers of certain operators in a representation of su(1,1). Our results link these calculations ... More
Weak convergence of finite graphs, integrated density of states and a Cheeger type inequalitySep 03 2005May 23 2006In \cite{Elek} we proved that the limit of a weakly convergent sequence of finite graphs can be viewed as a graphing or a continuous field of infinite graphs. Thus one can associate a type $II_1$-von Neumann algebra to such graph sequences. We show that ... More
Sunflowers and $L$-intersecting familiesJan 19 2016Let $f(k,r,s)$ stand for the least number so that if $\cal F$ is an arbitrary $k$-uniform, $L$-intersecting set system, where $|L|=s$, and $\cal F$ has more than $f(k,r,s)$ elements, then $\cal F$ contains a sunflower with $r$ petals. We give an upper ... More
Eighty-three sublattices and planarityJan 03 2019Jul 02 2019Let $L$ be a finite $n$-element lattice. We prove that if $L$ has at least $83\cdot 2^{n-8}$ sublattices, then $L$ is planar. For $n>8$, this result is sharp since there is a non-planar lattice with exactly $83\cdot 2^{n-8}-1$ sublattices.
Extremal Kähler metricsMay 19 2014This paper is a survey of some recent progress on the study of Calabi's extremal K\"ahler metrics. We first discuss the Yau-Tian-Donaldson conjecture relating the existence of extremal metrics to an algebro-geometric stability notion and we give some ... More
Alternation acyclic tournamentsApr 24 2017Apr 16 2019We define a tournament to be alternation acyclic if it does not contain a cycle in which descents and ascents alternate. Using a result by Athanasiadis on hyperplane arrangements, we show that these tournaments are counted by the median Genocchi numbers. ... More