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Calibration of the cross-resonance two-qubit gate between directly-coupled transmonsMay 14 2019Quantum computation requires the precise control of the evolution of a quantum system, typically through application of discrete quantum logic gates on a set of qubits. Here, we use the cross-resonance interaction to implement a gate between two superconducting ... More

Double-sided coaxial circuit QED with out-of-plane wiringMar 16 2017Jun 01 2017Superconducting circuits are well established as a strong candidate platform for the development of quantum computing. In order to advance to a practically useful level, architectures are needed which combine arrays of many qubits with selective qubit ... More

Circuit quantum acoustodynamics with surface acoustic wavesMar 13 2017The experimental investigation of quantum devices incorporating mechanical resonators has opened up new frontiers in the study of quantum mechanics at a macroscopic level$^{1,2}$. Superconducting microwave circuits have proven to be a powerful platform ... More

Simultaneous bistability of qubit and resonator in circuit quantum electrodynamicsNov 30 2016Jan 02 2017We explore the joint activated dynamics exhibited by two quantum degrees of freedom: a cavity mode oscillator which is strongly coupled to a superconducting qubit in the strongly coherently driven dispersive regime. Dynamical simulations and complementary ... More

Simultaneous bistability of qubit and resonator in circuit quantum electrodynamicsNov 30 2016We explore the joint activated dynamics exhibited by two quantum degrees of freedom: a cavity mode oscillator which is strongly coupled to a superconducting qubit in the strongly coherently driven dispersive regime. Dynamical simulations and complementary ... More

Stability of spherical stellar systems I : Analytical resultsNov 22 1995The so-called ``symplectic method'' is used for studying the linear stability of a self-gravitating collisionless stellar system, in which the particles are also submitted to an external potential. The system is steady and spherically symmetric, and its ... More

The Cosmological Signatures and Flux Distribution of Gamma-Ray Bursts with a Broad Luminosity DistributionJul 10 1997Aug 16 1997The cosmological expansion cannot produce the reported correlations of the gamma-ray burst timescale and spectral energy with peak flux if the burst model reproduces the BATSE 3B peak-flux distribution for a non-evolving burst source density. Power law ... More

A Quantum Monte Carlo Study of Static Properties of One 3He Atom in Superfluid 4HeJul 20 1998The local environment and the energetic properties of one $^3$He atom solved in bulk superfluid $^4$He are studied by means of the diffusion Monte Carlo method. The chemical potential of the $^3$He impurity is calculated with a generalized reweighting ... More

Nuclear Suppression of Dileptons at Large xFSep 23 2009Oct 09 2009We study a significant nuclear suppression of the relative production rates (p(d)+A)/(p+d(p)) for the Drell-Yan process at large Feynman xF. Since this is the region of minimal values for the light-front momentum fraction variable x2 in the target nucleus, ... More

A New Method for Finding Clusters of Galaxies at z>1Aug 16 1994At large redshifts, a cluster or group may be too distant for the galaxies within the cluster to be detected individually. However, the light from these ``undetected'' galaxies still modulates the surface brightness of the background sky. Clusters can ... More

Hadronization of Expanding QGPNov 04 2005We discuss how the dynamics of an exploding hot fireball of quark--gluon matter impacts the actual phase transition conditions between the deconfined and confined state of matter. We survey the chemical conditions prevailing at hadronization.

QCD Equations of State and the QGP Liquid ModelJan 15 2003Recent advances in the study of equations of state of thermal lattice Quantum Chromodynamics obtained at non-zero baryon density allow validation of the quark-gluon plasma (QGP) liquid model equations of state (EoS). We study here the properties of the ... More

Lensless Slide Projection: A Demonstrative ExperienceJun 27 2006A 2D transparency may be projected on a diffractive screen by just illuminating it with a filament lamp of the same height. Sharpness of the filament width is naturally related to sharpness on the image, but some peculiar properties makes this experience ... More

Holoprojection of Images by a Double Diffraction ProcessAug 17 2005Three dimensional images having continuous horizontal parallax were developed by wavelength enconding of view followed by a natural decoding process of projection onto a diffractive screen. It allows for the direct criation of "holoimages" by using projected ... More

Effective bounds for Faltings's delta functionDec 09 2013We obtain bounds for the Faltings's delta function for any Riemann surface of genus greater than one. The bounds are in terms of the genus of the surface and two basic quantities coming from hyperbolic geometry: The length of the shortest closed geodesic, ... More

Parametric resonance in quantum field theoryAug 07 2002Jul 09 2003We present the first study of parametric resonance in quantum field theory from a complete next-to-leading order calculation in a 1/N-expansion of the 2PI effective action, which includes scattering and memory effects. We present a complete numerical ... More

Transport Simulations with Pi and Delta In-Medium PropertiesJul 23 1998Transport simulations including in-medium properties derived in a microscopic pi + nucleon-hole + delta-hole model in infinite nuclear matter are presented. In-medium pion dispersion relations, partial delta decay widths, pion absorption cross sections ... More

Treatment of Pionic Modes at the Nuclear Surface for Transport DescriptionsAug 22 1995Dispersion relations and amplitudes of collective pionic modes are derived in a pi + nucleon-hole + delta-hole model for use in transport descriptions by means of a local density approximation. It is discussed how pionic modes can be converted to real ... More

The Spectrum of the MSSM with Non-Standard Supersymmetry BreakingAug 24 2001Aug 29 2001The Minimal Supersymmetric Standard Model (MSSM) can include two soft breaking terms which are often neglected: a non-analytic scalar trilinear coupling and a Higgsino bilinear term. A set of high-scale boundary conditions consistent with the reparameterisation ... More

Tables of the partition functions for iron, Fe I -- Fe XApr 23 2002We present extensive tables of the Atomic Partition Function for iron ions, Fe I -- Fe X, and discuss details of the computational method. Partition functions are given in wide range of temperatures, 10^3 K < T < 10^6 K, and lowering of ionization energy ... More

Antibaryon-nucleus bound statesNov 27 2014We calculated antibaryon ($\bar{B}$ = $\bar{p}$, $\bar{\Lambda}$, $\bar{\Sigma}$, $\bar{\Xi}$) bound states in selected nuclei within the relativistic mean-field (RMF) model. The G-parity motivated $\bar{B}$-meson coupling constants were scaled to yield ... More

On Electro-weak mixing derived from radiative corrections and the necessity of the Higgs mechanismJun 12 1996Jun 20 1996Starting from the unmixed Lagrangian, the electro-weak radiative corrections are recomputed using symmetrical generalised functions. All gauge bosons acquire an indeterminate mass. Electro-weak mixing is obtained by diagonalization of the mass matrix. ... More

Quantum-Electrodynamics without renormalization V. Bosonic contributions to the photon massMay 11 1994The bosonic contributions to the photon mass are shown to be of the same form as the fermionic contributions, but of opposite sign. A mass sum rule for bosons and fermions follows from gauge invariance. Assuming completeness of the standard model the ... More

XMM-Newton Data Processing for Faint Diffuse Emission: Proton Flares, Exposure Maps and Report on EPIC MOS1 Bright CCDs ContaminationAug 04 2005We present a study of the in-flight performance of the XMM-Newton EPIC MOS and pn detectors, with focus on the influence of proton flares and vignetting on the data. The very wide range in the conditions of our sample of observations, in terms of exposure ... More

Multiplicative noise and charge density wave dynamics in Rb0.30MoO3Jul 17 2012We have investigated the combined effects of a multiplicative noise and nonlinear conductivity on the charge density wave (CDW) dynamics of the quasi-one dimensional conductor Rb0.30MoO3. When the amplitude of a bipolar rectangular voltage pulse excitation ... More

Broad band noise and stochastic resonance in the CDW conductors K0.30MoO3 and K0.30Mo(1-x)WxO3 (x=0.001 and x=0.002)May 09 2012We have investigated nonlinear characteristics and broad band noise in the quasi-one dimensional charge-density-wave conductors K0.30MoO3 and K0.30Mo(1-x)WxO3 (x=0.001 and x=0.002) When the amplitude of a bipolar rectangular voltage pulse excitation is ... More

Primordial fluctuations without scalar fieldsJul 10 2009Jan 29 2010We revisit the question of whether fluctuations in hydrodynamical, adiabatical matter could explain the observed structures in our Universe. We consider matter with variable equation of state $w=p_0/\ep_0$ and a concomitant (under the adiabatic assumption) ... More

Efficiency of the SQUID Ratchet Driven by External CurrentFeb 19 2015We study theoretically the efficiency of an asymmetric superconducting quantum interference device (SQUID) which is constructed as a loop with three capacitively and resistively shunted Josephson junctions. Two junctions are placed in series in one arm ... More

Solution of the Skyrme-Hartree-Fock equations in the Cartesian deformed harmonic oscillator basis. (II) The program HFODDNov 17 1996We describe the code HFODD which solves the nuclear Skyrme-Hartree-Fock problem by using the deformed Cartesian harmonic oscillator basis. The user has a possibility of choosing among various symmetries of the nuclear HF problem for rotating or non-rotating ... More

High-Order Coupled Cluster Method (CCM) Formalism 3: Finite-Size CCMFeb 23 2010Recent developments of high-order CCM have been to extend existing formalism and codes to $s \ge \frac 12$ for both the ground and excited states, and independently to "generalised" expectation values for a wide range of one- and two-body spin operators. ... More

High-Order Coupled Cluster Method (CCM) Formalism 1: Ground- and Excited-State Properties of Lattice Quantum Spin Systems with $s >= 1/2$Sep 07 2009Sep 11 2009The coupled cluster method (CCM) is a powerful and widely applied technique of modern-day quantum many-body theory. It has been used with great success in order to understand the properties of quantum magnets at zero temperature. This is due largely to ... More

An inequality between multipoint Seshadri constantsApr 10 2008Let X be a projective variety of dimension n and L be a nef divisor on X. Denote by e_d(r;X,L) the d-dimensional Seshadri constant of r very general points in X. We prove that e_d(rs;X,L) >= e_d(r;X,L)e_d(s;P^n,O_{P^n}(1)).

Outcome Modeling Using Clinical DVH DataAug 19 2015Aug 26 2015Purpose: To quantify the ability of correlation and regression analysis to extract the normal lung dose-response function from dose volume histogram (DVH) data. Methods: A local injury model is adopted, in which radiation-induced damage (functional loss) ... More

Graphene wormholes: A condensed matter illustration of Dirac fermions in curved spaceSep 16 2009We study the properties of graphene wormholes in which a short nanotube acts as a bridge between two graphene sheets, where the honeycomb carbon lattice is curved from the presence of 12 heptagonal defects. By taking the nanotube bridge with very small ... More

Neon Insights from Old Solar X-rays: a Plasma Temperature Dependence of the Coronal Neon ContentSep 16 2011An analysis using modern atomic data of fluxes culled from the literature for O VIII and Ne IX lines observed in solar active regions by the P78 and Solar Maximum Mission satellites confirms that the coronal Ne/O abundance ratio varies by a factor of ... More

On Reasonable and Forced Goal Orderings and their Use in an Agenda-Driven Planning AlgorithmJun 01 2011The paper addresses the problem of computing goal orderings, which is one of the longstanding issues in AI planning. It makes two new contributions. First, it formally defines and discusses two different goal orderings, which are called the reasonable ... More

Origin of the quasi-universality of the graphene minimal conductivityApr 15 2010Sep 16 2010It is a fact that the minimal conductivity $\sigma_0$ of most graphene samples is larger than the well-established universal value for ideal graphene $4e^2/\pi h$; in particular, larger by a factor $\gtrsim\pi$. Despite intense theoretical activity, this ... More

Vortex matter in superconducting mesoscopic disks: Structure, magnetization, and phase transitionsJun 04 1998The dense vortex matter structure and associated magnetization are calculated for type-II superconducting mesoscopic disks. The magnetization exhibits generically first-order phase transitions as the number of vortices changes by one and presents two ... More

The Vapnik-Chervonenkis dimension of cubes in $\mathbb{R}^d$Dec 20 2014Nov 26 2017The Vapnik-Chervonenkis (VC) dimension of a collection of subsets of a set is an important combinatorial concept in settings such as discrete geometry and machine learning. In this paper we prove that the VC dimension of the family of $d$-dimensional ... More

Horizons in de-Sitter SupergravityJan 14 2010Nov 26 2010We classify all pseudo-supersymmetric extremal near-horizon geometries in minimal five-dimensional de-Sitter supergravity. It is shown that the only such near-horizon geometry is the near-horizon geometry of the de-Sitter BMPV solution, and hence there ... More

Poissonian noise assisted transport in periodic systemsJun 11 2014We revisit the problem of transport of a harmonically driven inertial particle moving in a {\it symmetric} periodic potential, subjected to {\it unbiased} non-equilibrium generalized white Poissonian noise and coupled to thermal bath. Statistical asymmetry ... More

Unstable attractors in manifoldsMay 12 2008Let $M$ be a locally compact metric space endowed with a continuous flow $\phi : M \times \mathbb{R} \longrightarrow M$. Frequently an attractor $K$ for $\phi$ exists which is of interest, not only in itself but also the dynamics in its basin of attraction ... More

A logic-based approach to data integrationOct 16 2001An important aspect of data integration involves answering queries using various resources rather than by accessing database relations. The process of transforming a query from the database relations to the resources is often referred to as query folding ... More

Density Matrix Renormalisation Group Calculations for Two-Dimensional Lattices: An Application to the Spin-Half and Spin-One Square-Lattice Heisenberg ModelsSep 02 2003A new density matrix renormalisation group (DMRG) approach is presented for quantum systems of two spatial dimensions. In particular, it is shown that it is possible to create a multi-chain-type 2D DMRG approach which utilises previously determined system ... More

On a Question of Glasby, Praeger, and Xia in Characteristic $2$Mar 14 2014Recently, Glasby, Praeger, and Xia asked for necessary and sufficient conditions for the `Jordan partition' $\lambda(m,n,p)$ to be standard. Previously we gave such conditions when $p$ is any odd prime. Here we give such conditions when $p=2$. Our main ... More

Generators for Decompositions of Tensor Products of Modules associated with standard Jordan partitionsAug 07 2015If $K$ is a field of finite characteristic $p$, $G$ is a cyclic group of order $q=p^\alpha$, $U$ and $W$ are indecomposable $KG$-modules with $\dim U=m$ and $\dim W=n$, and $\lambda(m,n,p)$ is a standard Jordan partition of $ m n$, we describe how to ... More

From constructive field theory to fractional stochastic calculus. (I) The Lévy area of fractional Brownian motion with Hurst index $α\in (1/8,1/4)$Jun 07 2010Let $B=(B_1(t),\ldots,B_d(t))$ be a $d$-dimensional fractional Brownian motion with Hurst index $\alpha<1/4$. Defining properly iterated integrals of $B$ is a difficult task because of the low H\"older regularity index of its paths. Yet rough path theory ... More

Status and prospects of the NEXT experiment for neutrinoless double beta decay searchesJun 04 2019NEXT (Neutrino Experiment with a Xenon TPC) is an experimental program whose goals are to discover neutrinoless double beta decay using $^{136}$Xe in high pressure xenon TPCs with electroluminescent readout. In this paper, results from the NEXT-White ... More

Second order Contact of Minimal SurfacesJan 18 2002The minimal surface equation $Q$ in the second order contact bundle of $R^3$, modulo translations, is provided with a complex structure and a canonical vector-valued holomorphic differential form $Omega$ on $Q\0$. The minimal surfaces $M$ in $R^3$ correspond ... More

Radon transformation on reductive symmetric spaces: support theoremsNov 26 2010Apr 03 2013We introduce a class of Radon transforms for reductive symmetric spaces, including the horospherical transforms, and study some of their properties. In particular we obtain a support theorem that generalizes Helgason's support theorem for the horospherical ... More

Subdirect products of finitely presented metabelian groupsJun 13 2011Jul 15 2011There has been substantial investigation in recent years of subdirect products of limit groups and their finite presentability and homological finiteness properties. To contrast the results obtained for limit groups, Baumslag, Bridson, Holt and Miller ... More

Particle-hole cumulant approach for inelastic losses in x-ray spectraApr 22 2016Inelastic losses in core level x-ray spectra arise from many-body excitations, leading to broadening and damping as well as satellite peaks in x-ray photoemission (XPS) and x-ray absorption (XAS) spectra. Here we present a practical approach for calculating ... More

Microscopic calculation of the phonon-roton branch in superfluid $^4$HeJul 29 1996Diffusion Monte Carlo results for the phonon-roton excitation branch in bulk liquid $^4$He at zero temperature are presented. The sign problem associated to the excited wave function has been dealt both with the fixed-node approximation and the released-node ... More

Direct Photon Production in Proton-Nucleus and Nucleus-Nucleus CollisionsJun 01 2011Prompt photons produced in a hard reaction are not accompanied with any final state interaction, either energy loss or absorption. Therefore, besides the Cronin enhancement at medium transverse momenta pT and small isotopic corrections at larger pT, one ... More

Globally controlled fault tolerant quantum computationJul 08 2007We describe a method to execute globally controlled quantum information processing which admits a fault tolerant quantum error correction scheme. Our scheme nominally uses three species of addressable two-level systems which are arranged in a one dimensional ... More

Superballistic Diffusion of Entanglement in Disordered Spin ChainsJun 06 2005Sep 12 2005We study the dynamics of a single excitation in an infinite XXZ spin chain, which is launched from the origin. We study the time evolution of the spread of entanglement in the spin chain and obtain an expression for the second order spatial moment of ... More

Strangeness and Quark Gluon PlasmaMay 25 2003A brief summary of strangeness mile stones is followed by a chemical non-equilibrium statistical hadronization analysis of strangeness results at SPS and RHIC. Strange particle production in AA interactions at \sqrt{s_{NN}}\ge 8.6 GeV can be understood ... More

Breakdown of step-flow growth in unstable homoepitaxyJan 13 2004Two mechanisms for the breakdown of step flow growth, in the sense of the appearance of steps of opposite sign to the original vicinality, are studied by kinetic Monte Carlo simulations and scaling arguments. The first mechanism is the nucleation of islands ... More

What does the CCFR measurement of the Gross--Llewelyn Smith sum rule tell us?Oct 14 1994Oct 18 1994Recently the CCFR Collaboration reported the measurement of the Gross--Llewellyn Smith sum rule %at $Q^2=3\; \mr{GeV}^2$: $\int^{1}_{0}\mr{d}F_{3}^{\nu p+\bare{\nu}p}(x,Q^2=3\;\mr{GeV}^2)= 2.50\pm 0.018(\mr{stat})$. Subsequently Kataev and Sidorov analyzed ... More

Parton-Hadron duality in event generatorsAug 28 1992Sep 04 1992The validity of local parton-hadron duality within the framework of HERWIG and JETSET event generators is investigated. We concentrate on ${\rm e}^{+}{\rm e}^{-}$ annihilations in LEP 2 energy range as these interactions provide theoretically the cleanest ... More

Accretion by GalaxiesMar 14 2000Both theory and observation indicate that galaxies like the Milky Way accrete matter at the rate of a few Msun per year.

Complexity fits the fittestDec 11 2012In this paper we shall relate computational complexity to the principle of natural selection. We shall do this by giving a philosophical account of complexity versus universality. It seems sustainable to equate universal systems to complex systems or ... More

Quantum field effects in coupled atomic and molecular Bose-Einstein condensatesJun 21 2001This paper examines the parameter regimes in which coupled atomic and molecular Bose-Einstein condensates do not obey the Gross-Pitaevskii equation. Stochastic field equations for coupled atomic and molecular condensates are derived using the functional ... More

Interaction of antiprotons with nucleiOct 26 2015We performed fully self-consistent calculations of $\bar{p}$-nuclear bound states using a complex ${\bar p}$-nucleus potential accounting for $\bar{p}$-atom data. While the real part of the potential is constructed within the relativistic mean-field (RMF) ... More

Composite resonances and their impact on the EW chiral LagrangianNov 12 2015In this talk we study the low-energy effective couplings generated by strongly-coupled electroweak models that contain heavy composite resonances. Invariance under $SU(2)_L\times SU(2)_R$ is a key ingredient in the construction of the resonance action. ... More

Hausdorff dimension of boundaries of self-affine tiles in R^nJan 15 1997We present a new method to calculate the Hausdorff dimension of a certain class of fractals: boundaries of self-affine tiles. Among the interesting aspects are that even if the affine contraction underlying the iterated function system is not conjugated ... More

A Noncommutative Extension of GravityJul 22 1993The commutative algebra of functions on a manifold is extended to a noncommutative algebra by considering its tensor product with the algebra of nxn complex matrices. Noncommutative geometry is used to formulate an extension of the Einstein-Hilbert action. ... More

Noncommutative Kaluza-Klein TheoryJan 31 1996Efforts have been made recently to reformulate traditional Kaluza-Klein theory by using a generalized definition of a higher-dimensional extended space-time. Both electromagnetism and gravity have been studied in this context. We review some of the models ... More

A new proof of the Mullineux conjectureOct 07 2002Let S_d be the symmetric group on d letters and let k be a field of characteristic p>2. Tensoring an irreducible S_d module with the sign representation defines an involution on the p-regular partitions of d. It is suprisingly difficult to describe this ... More

Monte Carlo Analysis of a New Interatomic Potential for HeSep 14 1993By means of a Quadratic Diffusion Monte Carlo method we have performed a comparative analysis between the Aziz potential and a revised version of it. The results demonstrate that the new potential produces a better description of the equation of state ... More

Weedy adaptation in Setaria spp.: IX. Effects of salinity, temperature, light and seed dormancy on Setaria faberi seed germinationAug 26 2014Life in salty habitats is a function of tolerance to those chemicals at all critical phases of a plant's life history. The ability to withstand salt as an established plant may require different mechanisms and plant traits than those needed to germinate ... More

Polarization of high-energy pulsar radiation in the striped wind modelMay 20 2005The Stokes parameters of the pulsed synchrotron radiation produced in the striped pulsar wind model are computed and compared with optical observations of the Crab pulsar. We assume the main contribution to the wind emissivity comes from a thin transition ... More

Photoproduction at HERANov 21 2003Dec 03 2003Selected aspects of photoproduction in ep scattering at the HERA collider, studied with the ZEUS detector, are presented. The results are interpreted in the formalism of Vector Dominance Model, Regge theory and perturbative Quantum Chromodynamics.

Stability of the lattice formed in first-order phase transitions to matter containing strangeness in protoneutron starsApr 18 2002Well into the deleptonization phase of a core collapse supernova, a first-order phase transition to matter with macroscopic strangeness content is assumed to occur and lead to a structured lattice defined by negatively charged strange droplets. The lattice ... More

Measuring CMB polarisation with the Planck HFIDec 19 2001We describe the Planck HFI design and expected performances for measuring CMB polarisation.

Vortex matter in mesoscopic superconductorsSep 03 1998Superconducting mesoscopic devices in magnetic fields present novel properties which can only be accounted for by both the quantum confinement of the Cooper pairs and by the interaction between the magnetic-field-induced vortices. Sub-micrometer disks, ... More

χ-Systems for Correlation FunctionsAug 22 2012Sep 24 2012We consider the strong coupling limit of 4-point functions of heavy operators in N=4 SYM dual to strings with no spin in AdS. We restrict our discussion for operators inserted on a line. The string computation factorizes into a state-dependent sphere ... More

Self-consistent Skyrme QRPA for use in axially-symmetric nuclei of arbitrary massMay 31 2010We describe a new implementation of the quasiparticle random phase approximation (QRPA) in axially-symmetric deformed nuclei with Skyrme and volume-pairing energy-density functionals. After using a variety of tests to demonstrate the accuracy of the code ... More

Information channel capacity in the field theory estimationDec 26 2012The construction of the information capacity for the vector position parameter in the Minkowskian space-time is presented. This lays the statistical foundations of the kinematical term of the Lagrangian of the physical action for many field theory models, ... More

Can stellar wobble in triple systems mimic a planet?Sep 13 2005The first extrasolar planets have been detected by the measurement of the wobble of the parent star. This wobble leads to the periodic modulation of three observables: the radial velocity, the position on the sky and the time of arrival of periodic signals. ... More

Structure of pulsar beams: conal versus patchyAug 14 2002Structure of mean pulsar radiation patterns is discussed within the nested-cones and patchy beam models. Observational predictions of both these models are analyzed and compared with available data on pulsar waveforms. It is argued that observational ... More

On a Question of Glasby, Praeger, and XiaFeb 26 2014Recently, Glasby, Praeger, and Xia asked for necessary and sufficient conditions for the `Jordan Partition' $\lambda(r,s,p)$ to be standard. We give such conditions when $p$ is an odd prime.

Gamma-ray Burst Prompt Emission: Jitter Radiation in Stochastic Magnetic Field RevisitedMar 12 2011We revisit the radiation mechanism of relativistic electrons in the stochastic magnetic field and apply it to the high-energy emissions of gamma-ray bursts (GRBs). We confirm that jitter radiation is a possible explanation for GRB prompt emission in the ... More

A Cartier-Gabriel-Kostant structure theorem for Hopf algebroidsDec 29 2010In this paper we give an extension of the Cartier-Gabriel-Kostant structure theorem to Hopf algebroids.

The periodic b-equation and Euler equations on the circleJan 18 2010In this note we show that the periodic b-equation can only be realized as an Euler equation on the Lie group Diff(S^1) of all smooth and orientiation preserving diffeomorphisms on the cirlce if b=2, i.e. for the Camassa-Holm equation. In this case the ... More

Optimizing wide-field coded aperture imaging: radial mask holes and scanningOct 16 2003Imaging at hard X-ray energies (~10-600 keV) over very large fields of view (~60 deg per telescope) is required to conduct a high sensitivity all-sky and all-time survey for black holes. The proposed Energetic X-ray Imaging Survey Telescope (EXIST) could ... More

Center Disorder in the 3D Georgi-Glashow ModelApr 15 1998We present a number of arguments relating magnetic disorder to center disorder, in pure Yang-Mills theory in D=3 and D=4 dimensions. In the case of the D=3 Georgi-Glashow model, we point out that the abelian field distribution is not adequatedly represented, ... More

The Impact of Galaxy Formation on the Diffuse Background RadiationOct 23 2000The far infrared background is a sink for the hidden aspects of galaxy formation. At optical wavelengths, ellipticals and spheroids are old, even at $z \sim 1.$ Neither the luminous formation phase nor their early evolution is seen in the visible. We ... More

Non-adiabatic primordial fluctuationsNov 10 2009Apr 19 2010We consider general mixtures of isocurvature and adiabatic cosmological perturbations. With a minimal assumption set consisting of the linearized Einstein equations and a primordial perfect fluid we derive the second-order action and its curvature variables. ... More

Solution of the Skyrme-Hartree-Fock equations in the Cartesian deformed harmonic-oscillator basis. (III) HFODD (v1.75r): a new version of the programMar 01 2000We describe the new version (v1.75r) of the code HFODD which solves the nuclear Skyrme-Hartree-Fock problem by using the Cartesian deformed harmonic-oscillator basis. Three minor errors that went undetected in the previous version have been corrected. ... More

On Zero-Mass Ground States in Super-Membrane Matrix ModelsJan 23 1997We recall a formulation of super-membrane theory in terms of certain matrix models. These models are known to have a mass spectrum given by the positive half-axis. We show that, for the simplest such matrix model, a normalizable zero-mass ground state ... More

Measurement of CP violation at a Neutrino FactoryMay 29 2001The prospects of measuring CP violation in the leptonic sector using the intense neutrino beams arising from muon decay in the straight sections of a muon accumulator ring (the so-called neutrino factory) are discussed.

Thermalization of Quantum Fields from Time-Reversal Invariant Evolution EquationsJun 14 2000We study the time evolution of correlation functions in closed quantum systems for nonequilibrium ensembles of initial conditions. For a scalar quantum field theory we show that generic time-reversal invariant evolutions approach equilibrium at large ... More

Permutation Group Symmetry and CorrelationsJun 11 2013Correlation factors are constructed that are consistent with the permutation symmetry group of N Fermions at given value of the filling factor.

Horizontal symmetry in the algebraic approach of genetic codeFeb 14 2013Using concepts of physics of elementary particles concerning the breaking of symmetry and grannd unified theory we propose to study with the algebraic approximation the degeneracy finded in the genetic code with the incorporation of a horizontal symmetry ... More

The winds of the hot massive first starsSep 07 2005We study dynamical aspects of circumstellar environment around massive zero-metallicity first stars. For this purpose we apply our NLTE wind models. We show that the hydrogen-helium stellar wind from stationary massive first generation (Population III) ... More

Inverted crossover resonance aiding laser cooling of $^{171}$YbMar 03 2016Apr 19 2016We observe an inverted crossover resonance in $\pi$-driven four-level systems, where $F'-F=0,+1$. The signal is observed through saturated absorption spectroscopy of the $(6s^{2})$ $^{1}S_{0}$ $-$ $(6s6p)$ $^{3}P_{1}$ transition in $^{171}$Yb, where the ... More

Nuclear suppression of dileptons at forward rapiditiesDec 14 2010Data from E772 and E866 experiments on the Drell-Yan process exhibit a significant nuclear suppression at large Feynman xF. We show that a corresponding kinematic region does not allow to interpret this as a manifestation of coherence or a Color Glass ... More

Asymmetric Wolf-Rayet winds: implications for GRB afterglowsJan 25 2007Recent observations of Wolf-Rayet (WR) binaries WR151 and WR155 infer that their stellar winds are asymmetric. We show that such asymmetries can alter the stellar-wind bubble structure, bringing the wind-termination shock closer to the WR star. If the ... More

Unbiased estimators in Quantum Monte Carlo methods: application to liquid $^4$HeJan 18 1995A Monte Carlo algorithm for computing quantum mechanical expectation values of coordinate operators in many body problems is presented. The algorithm, that relies on the forward walking method, fits naturally in a Green's Function Monte Carlo calculation, ... More