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Heavy quarkonium suppression beyond the adiabatic limitMay 14 2019Many prior studies of in-medium quarkonium suppression have implicitly made use of an adiabatic approximation in which it was assumed that the heavy quark potential is a slowly varying function of time. In the adiabatic limit, one can separately determine ... More

Topological classification of time-asymmetry in unitary quantum processesMar 07 2017Effective gauge fields have allowed the emulation of matter under strong magnetic fields leading to the realization of Harper-Hofstadter, Haldane models, and led to demonstrations of one-way waveguides and topologically protected edge states. Central ... More

Single-parameter scaling in the magnetoresistance of optimally doped La$_{2-x}$Sr$_{x}$CuO$_4$May 07 2019We show that the recent magnetoresistance data on thin-film La$_{2-x}$Sr$_{x}$CuO$_4$ (LSCO) in strong magnetic fields ($B$) obeys a single-parameter scaling of the form MR$(B,T)=f(\mu_H(T)B)$, where $\mu_H^{-1}(T)\sim T^{\alpha}$ ($1\le\alpha\le2$), ... More

Providing better confidentiality and authentication on the Internet using Namecoin and MinimaLTJul 24 2014In this paper, we introduce a duo of improvements for the Internet that would lead to better security. The authentication model on the Internet is broken and TLS connections have a considerable overhead. We try to address those issues with changes in ... More

Graph-Guided Banding of the Covariance MatrixJun 01 2016Regularization has become a primary tool for developing reliable estimators of the covariance matrix in high-dimensional settings. To curb the curse of dimensionality, numerous methods assume that the population covariance (or inverse covariance) matrix ... More

Intermediate asymptotics for critical and supercritical aggregation equations and Patlak-Keller-Segel modelsSep 30 2010Mar 27 2011We examine the long-term asymptotic behavior of dissipating solutions to aggregation equations and Patlak-Keller-Segel models with degenerate power-law and linear diffusion. The purpose of this work is to identify when solutions decay to the self-similar ... More

A proof of the Andre-Oort conjecture for A_gJun 04 2015Dec 01 2015We give a proof of the Andr\'e-Oort conjecture for $\mathcal{A}_g$ - the moduli space of principally polarized abelian varieties. In particular, we show that a recently proven `averaged' version of the Colmez conjecture yields lower bounds for Galois ... More

Symmetries in LDDMM with higher order momentum distributionsJun 14 2013Jul 17 2013In some implementations of the Large Deformation Diffeomorphic Metric Mapping formulation for image registration we consider the motion of particles which locally translate image data. We then lift the motion of the particles to obtain a motion on the ... More

Extended AIGER Format for SynthesisMay 22 2014May 26 2014We extend the AIGER format, as used in HWMCC, to a format that is suitable to define synthesis problems with safety specifications. We recap the original format and define one format for posing synthesis problems and one for solutions of synthesis problems ... More

Spaces of rational maps and the Stone-Weierstrass TheoremJul 08 2003Sep 30 2004It is shown that Segal's theorem on the spaces of rational maps from CP^1 to CP^n can be extended to the spaces of continuous rational maps from CP^m to CP^n for any m less than or equal to n. The tools are the Stone-Weierstrass Theorem and Vassiliev's ... More

gadfly: A pandas-based Framework for Analyzing GADGET Simulation DataMar 16 2016We present the first public release (v0.1) of the open-source GADGET Dataframe Library: gadfly. The aim of this package is to leverage the capabilities of the broader python scientific computing ecosystem by providing tools for analyzing simulation data ... More

Ultra-high field enhancing in Split Ring Resonators by azimuthally polarized excitationNov 25 2011We study the field enhancement and resonance frequencies in split-ring resonators (SRR) illuminated by azimuthally polarized light. We find that compared to linearly polarized illumination, the azimuthally polarized illumination increase the intensity ... More

Simulating many-body lattice systems on a single nano-mechanical resonatorSep 12 2012We show that lattice systems, such as the Bose-Hubbard model, can be simulated on a single nano- or micro-mechanical resonator, by exploiting its many modes. The on-site Hamiltonians are engineered by coupling the mechanical modes to the modes of a pair ... More

Applications of Feedback Control in Quantum SystemsMay 02 2006We give an introduction to feedback control in quantum systems, as well as an overview of the variety of applications which have been explored to date. This introductory review is aimed primarily at control theorists unfamiliar with quantum mechanics, ... More

A simple formula for pooling knowledge about a quantum systemMar 24 2005When various observers obtain information in an independent fashion about a classical system, there is a simple rule which allows them to pool their knowledge, and this requires only the states-of-knowledge of the respective observers. Here we derive ... More

The Topology of Mobility-Gapped InsulatorsNov 19 2018Studying deterministic operators, we define an appropriate topology on the space of mobility-gapped insulators such that topological invariants are continuous maps into discrete spaces, we prove that this is indeed the case for the integer quantum Hall ... More

The pure cactus group is residually nilpotentApr 24 2018We show that the pure cactus group $\Gamma_{n+1}$ is residually nilpotent and exhibit a surjective homomorphism $\Gamma_{n+1} \to (\mathbb{Z}/2\mathbb{Z})^{2^n-n(n+1)/2-1}$ whose kernel is residually torsion-free nilpotent.

Climbing the Kaggle Leaderboard by Exploiting the Log-Loss OracleJul 06 2017In the context of data-mining competitions (e.g., Kaggle, KDDCup, ILSVRC Challenge), we show how access to an oracle that reports a contestant's log-loss score on the test set can be exploited to deduce the ground-truth of some of the test examples. By ... More

Unsupervised Learning for Lexicon-Based ClassificationNov 21 2016In lexicon-based classification, documents are assigned labels by comparing the number of words that appear from two opposed lexicons, such as positive and negative sentiment. Creating such words lists is often easier than labeling instances, and they ... More

Ordered Factorizations with $k$ FactorsOct 16 2016We give an overview of combinatoric properties of the number of ordered $k$-factorizations $f_k(n,l)$ of an integer, where every factor is greater or equal to $l$. We show that for a large number $k$ of factors, the value of the cumulative sum $F_k(x,l)=\sum\nolimits_{n\leq ... More

Partial monoids and Dold-Thom functorsDec 20 2007Feb 06 2013Dold-Thom functors are generalizations of infinite symmetric products, where integer multiplicities of points are replaced by composable elements of a partial abelian monoid. It is well-known that for any connective homology theory, the machinery of $\Gamma$-spaces ... More

Pomegranate: fast and flexible probabilistic modeling in pythonOct 31 2017Feb 27 2018We present pomegranate, an open source machine learning package for probabilistic modeling in Python. Probabilistic modeling encompasses a wide range of methods that explicitly describe uncertainty using probability distributions. Three widely used probabilistic ... More

Near-group categoriesSep 07 2002Aug 27 2003We consider the possibility of semisimple tensor categories whose fusion rule includes exactly one noninvertible simple object. Conditions are given for the existence or nonexistence of coherent associative structures for such fusion rules, and an explicit ... More

Floer homology of surgeries on two-bridge knotsApr 04 2002Nov 02 2002We compute the Ozsvath-Szabo Floer homologies HF^{+-} and HF-hat for three-manifolds obtained by integer surgery on a two-bridge knot.

Floer homology and knot complementsJun 26 2003We use the Ozsvath-Szabo theory of Floer homology to define an invariant of knot complements in three-manifolds. This invariant takes the form of a filtered chain complex, which we call CF_r. It carries information about the Floer homology of large integral ... More

Assessment of electrical and infrastructure recovery in Puerto Rico following hurricane Maria using a multisource time series of satellite imageryJul 16 2018Puerto Rico suffered severe damage from the category 5 hurricane (Maria) in September 2017. Total monetary damages are estimated to be ~92 billion USD, the third most costly tropical cyclone in US history. The response to this damage has been tempered ... More

Some Singular Limit Laminations of Embedded Minimal Planar DomainsJul 19 2011In this paper we give two examples of sequences of embedded minimal planar domains in $\mathbb{R}^3$ which converge to singular laminations of $\mathbb{R}^3$. In contrast with the situation for embedded minimal disks, these examples do not arise from ... More

On perturbations of continuous mapsOct 05 2009We give sufficient conditions for the following problem: given a topological space X, a metric space Y, a subspace Z of Y, and a continuous map f from X to Y, is it possible, by applying to f an arbitrarily small perturbation, to ensure that f(X) does ... More

Quivers with relations arising from Koszul algebras of $\mathfrak g$-invariantsOct 08 2008Let $\mathfrak g$ be a complex simple Lie algebra and let $\Psi$ be an extremal set of positive roots. One associates with $\Psi$ an infinite dimensional Koszul algebra $\bold S_\Psi^{\lie g}$ which is a graded subalgebra of the locally finite part of ... More

Conditional least squares estimation in nonstationary nonlinear stochastic regression modelsJan 13 2010Let $\{Z_n\}$ be a real nonstationary stochastic process such that $E(Z_n|{\mathcaligr F}_{n-1})\stackrel{\mathrm{a.s.}}{<}\infty$ and $E(Z^2_n|{\mathcaligr F}_{n-1})\stackrel{\mathrm{a.s.}}{<}\infty$, where $\{{\mathcaligr F}_n\}$ is an increasing sequence ... More

Bost-Connes type systems for function fieldsFeb 24 2006May 01 2012We describe a construction which associates to any function field $k$ and any place $\infty$ of $k$ a $C^*$-dynamical system $(C_{k,\infty},\sigma_t)$ that is analogous to the Bost-Connes system associated to $\QQ$ and its archimedian place. Our construction ... More

A bound on the mutual information, and properties of entropy reduction, for quantum channels with inefficient measurementsDec 01 2004Jan 24 2006The Holevo bound is a bound on the mutual information for a given quantum encoding. In 1996 Schumacher, Westmoreland and Wootters [Schumacher, Westmoreland and Wootters, Phys. Rev. Lett. 76, 3452 (1996)] derived a bound which reduces to the Holevo bound ... More

Topics in Quantum Measurement and Quantum NoiseOct 05 1998Oct 06 1998In this thesis we consider primarily the dynamics of quantum systems subjected to continuous observation. In the Schr\"{o}dinger picture the evolution of a continuously monitored quantum system, referred to as a `quantum trajectory', may be described ... More

Lower Bounds for non-Archimedean Lyapunov ExponentsOct 08 2015Oct 18 2016Let $K$ be a complete, algebraically closed, non-Archimedean valued field, and let $\textbf{P}^1$ denote the Berkovich projective line over $K$. The Lyapunov exponent for a rational map $\phi\in K(z)$ of degree $d\geq 2$ measures the exponential rate ... More

An Equidistribution Result For Dynamical Systems on the Berkovich Projective LineSep 16 2014Let $K$ be a complete, algebraically closed, non-Archimedean valued field, and let $\phi\in K(z)$ with $\textrm{deg}(\phi) \geq 2$. In this paper we consider the functions $\textrm{ordRes}_{\phi^n}(x)$ that measure the resultant of $\phi$ at points in ... More

Feedback Control Using Only Quantum Back-ActionApr 24 2009The traditional approach to feedback control is to apply forces to a system by modifying the Hamiltonian. Here we show that quantum systems can be controlled without any Hamiltonian feedback, purely by exploiting the random quantum back-action of a continuous ... More

Feedback control for communication with non-orthogonal statesJan 24 2006Communicating classical information with a quantum system involves the receiver making a measurement on the system so as to distinguish as well as possible the alphabet of states used by the sender. We consider the situation in which this measurement ... More

Tensors Masquerading as Matchgates: Relaxing Planarity Restrictions on Pfaffian CircuitsOct 06 2015Oct 30 2015Holographic algorithms, alternatively known as Pfaffian circuits, have received a great deal of attention for giving polynomial-time algorithms of $\#\mathsf{P}$-hard problems. Much work has been done to determine the extent of what this machinery can ... More

Some properties of the Higgs sector of the Next-to Minimal SuperSymmetric ModelJun 16 2011The problems of the standard model are briefly reviewed and the motivations for introducing supersymmetry are discussed. Two realistic supersymmetric models; the Minimal SuperSymmetric Model, MSSM, and its proposed extension NMSSM are introduced briefly ... More

A Bound on the Norm of Shortest Vectors in Lattices Arising from CM Number FieldsOct 29 2012This paper partially addresses the problem of characterizing the lengths of vectors in a family of Euclidean lattices that arise from any CM number field. We define a modified quadratic form on these lattices, the weighted norm, that contains the standard ... More

Understanding ACT-R - an Outsider's PerspectiveJun 01 2013The ACT-R theory of cognition developed by John Anderson and colleagues endeavors to explain how humans recall chunks of information and how they solve problems. ACT-R also serves as a theoretical basis for "cognitive tutors", i.e., automatic tutoring ... More

Holography Inspired Stringy HadronsFeb 01 2016Jun 30 2016Holography inspired stringy hadrons (HISH) is a set of models that describe hadrons: mesons, baryons and glueballs as strings in four dimensional space time. The models are based on a "map" from stringy hadrons of holographic confining backgrounds. In ... More

Jets in Nuclear Collisions: Status and PerspectiveMar 29 2005Apr 06 2005I review the status and future directions of jet-related measurements in high energy nuclear collisions and their application as a probe of QCD matter.

Measurements of High Density Matter at RHICNov 11 2002Nov 13 2002QCD predicts a phase transition between hadronic matter and a Quark Gluon Plasma at high energy density. The Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) at Brookhaven National Laboratory is a new facility dedicated to the experimental study of matter under ... 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

Renormalization of single-ion magnetic anisotropy in the absence of Kondo effectDec 04 2017Feb 21 2018Inelastic spin flip excitations associated with single-ion magnetic anisotropy of quantum spins, can be strongly renormalized by Kondo exchange coupling to the conduction electrons in the substrate, as shown recently for the case of Co adatoms on CuN$_2$ ... More

Local energy decay for Lipschitz wavespeedsJul 20 2017May 06 2018We prove a logarithmic local energy decay rate for the wave equation with a wavespeed that is a compactly supported Lipschitz perturbation of unity. The key is to establish suitable resolvent estimates at high and low energy for the meromorphic continuation ... More

Suppression of plasma echoes and Landau damping in Sobolev spaces by weak collisions in a Vlasov-Fokker-Planck equationApr 03 2017In this paper, we study Landau damping in the weakly collisional limit of a Vlasov-Fokker-Planck equation with nonlinear collisions in the phase-space $(x,v) \in \mathbb T_x^n \times \mathbb R^n_v$. The goal is four-fold: (A) to understand how collisions ... More

Aerial UAV-IoT Sensing for Ubiquitous Immersive Communication and Virtual Human TeleportationMar 12 2017Jul 21 2017We consider UAV IoT aerial sensing that delivers multiple VR/AR immersive communication sessions to remote users. The UAV swarm is spatially distributed over a wide area of interest, and each UAV captures a viewpoint of the scene below it. The remote ... More

Another Enumeration of Caterpillar TreesOct 28 2018A caterpillar tree is a connected, acyclic, graph in which all vertices are either a member of a central path, or joined to that central path by a single edge. In other words, caterpillar trees are the class of trees which become path graphs after removing ... More

Semiclassical resolvent bound for compactly supported $L^\infty$ potentialsFeb 25 2018May 06 2018We give an elementary proof of a weighted resolvent estimate for semiclassical Schr\"odinger operators in dimension $n \ge 1$. We require the potential belong to $L^\infty(\mathbb{R}^n)$ and have compact support, but do not require that it have derivatives ... More

Measuring Compositionality in Representation LearningFeb 19 2019Many machine learning algorithms represent input data with vector embeddings or discrete codes. When inputs exhibit compositional structure (e.g. objects built from parts or procedures from subroutines), it is natural to ask whether this compositional ... More

Lens space surgeries and a conjecture of Goda and TeragaitoMay 06 2004Mar 30 2005Using work of Ozsvath and Szabo, we show that if a nontrivial knot in S^3 admits a lens space surgery with slope p, then p <= 4g+3, where g is the genus of the knot. This is a close approximation to a bound conjectured by Goda and Teragaito.

An elementary proof of the Briancon-Skoda theoremJul 01 2008Mar 26 2012We give a new elementary proof of the Brian\c{c}on-Skoda theorem, which states that for an $m$-generated ideal $\mathfrak{a}$ in the ring of germs of analytic functions at $0\in \C^n$, the $\nu$:th power of its integral closure is contained in $\mathfrak{a}$, ... More

The topological pigeonhole principle for ordinalsOct 09 2014Jul 12 2016Given a cardinal $\kappa$ and a sequence $\left(\alpha_i\right)_{i\in\kappa}$ of ordinals, we determine the least ordinal $\beta$ (when one exists) such that the topological partition relation \[\beta\rightarrow\left(top\,\alpha_i\right)^1_{i\in\kappa}\] ... More

Regarding a uniqueness property of singly-periodic Scherk surfacesMar 18 2013May 13 2013Inspired by an argument of Ros [15] -- we use the L\'{o}pez-Ros deformation to give another proof of the fact -- due to Meeks and Wolf [13] -- that the only smooth, connected, singly-periodic minimal surfaces in $\Real^3$ with the area growth of two planes ... More

Langevin process reflected on a partially elastic boundary IIMar 15 2011A particle subject to a white noise external forcing moves like a Langevin process. Consider now that the particle is reflected at a boundary which restores a portion c of the incoming speed at each bounce. For c strictly smaller than the critical value ... More

Generating Specials: The Zorro AlgorithmAug 14 2006The concept of a configuration graph associated to a primitive, aperiodic substitution is introduced in [1] as a convenient graphical representation of the infinite indeterminism of the shift space of the substitution. The main result of [1] is an algorithm ... More

Excursions of the integral of the Brownian motionJan 22 2009Jun 18 2009The integrated Brownian motion is sometimes known as the Langevin process. Lachal studied several excursion laws induced by the latter. Here we follow a different point of view developed by Pitman for general stationary processes. We first construct a ... More

Spin transport in nanocontacts and nanowiresDec 10 2007In this thesis we study electron transport through magnetic nanocontacts and nanowires with ab initio quantum transport calculations. The aim is to gain a thorough understanding of the interplay between electrical conduction and magnetism in atomic-size ... More

Global Minimizers for Free Energies of Subcritical Aggregation Equations with Degenerate DiffusionSep 27 2010We prove the existence of non-trivial global minimizers of a class of free energies related to aggregation equations with degenerate diffusion on $\Real^d$. Such equations arise in mathematical biology as models for organism group dynamics which account ... More

Background Fluctuations in Heavy Ion Jet ReconstructionDec 10 2010Jan 03 2011We present a new study by the STAR Collaboration of background fluctuations in jet reconstruction in heavy ion collisions.

A new version of an old modal incompleteness theoremFeb 15 2012Thomason \cite{Thomason74} showed that a certain modal logic $\mathbf{L}\subset \mathbf{S4}$ is incomplete with respect to Kripke semantics. Later Gerson \cite{Gerson75} showed that $\mathbf{L}$ is also incomplete with respect to neighborhood semantics. ... More

Hyper Normalisation and Conditioning for Discrete Probability DistributionsJul 10 2016Normalisation in probability theory turns a subdistribution into a proper distribution. It is a partial operation, since it is undefined for the zero subdistribution. This partiality makes it hard to reason equationally about normalisation. A novel description ... More

Quantum measurement and the first law of thermodynamics: the energy cost of measurement is the work value of the acquired informationAug 08 2012Nov 03 2012The energy cost of measurement is an interesting fundamental question, and may have profound implications for quantum technologies. In the context of Maxwell's demon, it is often stated that measurement has no minimum energy cost, while information has ... More

The Second Law of Thermodynamics and Quantum Feedback Control: Maxwell's Demon with Weak MeasurementsJun 23 2009Aug 05 2009Recently Sagawa and Ueda [Phys. Rev. Lett. 100, 080403 (2008)] derived a bound on the work that can be extracted from a quantum system with the use of feedback control. They left open the question of whether this bound could be achieved for every measurement ... More

A Mathematical Account of Soft Evidence, and of Jeffrey's `destructive' versus Pearl's `constructive' updatingJul 15 2018Evidence in probabilistic reasoning may be `hard' or `soft', that is, it may be of yes/no form, or it may involve a strength of belief, in the unit interval [0,1]. Reasoning with soft, $[0,1]$-valued evidence is important in many situations but may lead ... More

On the Classification of Topological Field TheoriesMay 04 2009This paper provides an informal sketch of a proof of the Baez-Dolan cobordism hypothesis, which provides a classification for extended topological quantum field theories.

On the notion of lower central series for loopsOct 24 2004The commutator calculus is one of the basic tools in group theory. However, its extension to the non-associative context, based on the usual definition of the lower central series of a loop, is not entirely satisfactory. Namely, the graded abelian group ... More

Greatest Lower Bounds on Ricci Curvature for Fano $T$-manifolds of Complexity $1$Mar 28 2018Sep 07 2018In this short note we determine the greatest lower bounds on Ricci curvature for all Fano $T$-manifolds of complexity one, generalizing the result of Chi Li. Our method of proof is based on the work of Datar and Sz\'ekelyhidi, using the description of ... More

Reduced Ideals in Pure Cubic FieldsMay 01 2019Reduced ideals have been defined in the context of integer rings in quadratic number fields, and they are closely tied to the continued fraction algorithm. The notion of this type of ideal extends naturally to number fields of higher degree. In the case ... More

Lower Bounds for non-Archimedean Lyapunov ExponentsOct 08 2015Jul 21 2017Let $K$ be a complete, algebraically closed, non-Archimedean valued field, and let $\textbf{P}^1$ denote the Berkovich projective line over $K$. The Lyapunov exponent for a rational map $\phi\in K(z)$ of degree $d\geq 2$ measures the exponential rate ... More

Perfect Morse functions and exotic S^2 x S^2'sMay 25 2010Oct 13 2010The main theorem of the paper shows that a smooth manifold which is homeomorphic to S^2xS^2 and has nonvanishing Ozsvath-Szabo invariant does not admit a perfect Morse function. I am withdrawing the paper because it is unclear to me if such a manifold ... More

Global Regularity for General Non-Linear Wave Equations I. (6+1) and Higher DimensionsFeb 12 2004We solve here the so called division problem for wave equations with generic quadratic non-linearities in high dimensions. Specifically, we show that semilinear wave equations which can be written as systems involving quadratic derivative non-linearities ... More

Good-Enough Compositional Data AugmentationApr 21 2019We propose a simple data augmentation protocol aimed at providing a compositional inductive bias in conditional and unconditional sequence models. Under this protocol, synthetic training examples are constructed by taking real training examples and replacing ... More

Spin correlations in top physics at ATLAS and CMS in Run 2May 21 2019Measurements of $\mathrm{t\bar{t}}$ spin correlations are presented in events with top quarks produced in $\mathrm{pp}$ collisions at the LHC. The data correspond to an integrated luminosity of $36\:\mathrm{fb^{-1}}$ at $\sqrt{s}=13\:\mathrm{TeV}$ collected ... More

Asymptotic structure of almost eigenfunctions of drift Laplacians on conical endsAug 23 2017Dec 13 2017We use a weighted variant of the frequency functions introduced by Almgren to prove sharp asymptotic estimates for almost eigenfunctions of the drift Laplacian associated to the Gaussian weight on an asymptotically conical end. As a consequence, we obtain ... More

Bases as CoalgebrasSep 03 2013Sep 20 2013The free algebra adjunction, between the category of algebras of a monad and the underlying category, induces a comonad on the category of algebras. The coalgebras of this comonad are the topic of study in this paper (following earlier work). It is illustrated ... More

Twenty open problems in quantum controlApr 03 2013Jan 27 2014The subject of controlling quantum systems is not new, but concepts that have been introduced in the last decade and a half, especially that of coherent feedback, suggest new questions that broaden and deepen the field. Here we provide a concise overview ... More

Deriving Landauer's erasure principle from statistical mechanicsDec 13 2005We present a concise derivation of Landauer's erasure principle from the postulates of statistical mechanics, along with a small number of additional but uncontroversial axioms.

Engineering Quantum States of a Nano-Resonator via a Simple Auxiliary SystemJul 09 2007We show how to engineer an extensive range of non-linear Hamiltonians for a nano-mechanical resonator. The technique requires only a time dependent drive applied to a Cooper-pair box or second oscillator to which the nano-resonator is coupled. This method ... More

How to project qubits faster using quantum feedbackJan 13 2003When one performs a continuous measurement, whether on a classical or quantum system, the measurement provides a certain average rate at which one becomes certain about the state of the system. For a quantum system this is an average rate at which the ... More

A Model for the Production of Regular Fluorescent Light from Coherently Driven AtomsNov 14 1997It has been shown in recent years that incoherent pumping through multiple atomic levels provides a mechanism for the production of highly anti-bunched light, and that as the number of incoherent steps is increased the light becomes increasingly regular. ... More

Controllable Spin-Transfer Torque on an Antiferromagnet in a Dual Spin-ValveAug 23 2011We consider current-induced spin-transfer torque on an antiferromagnet in a dual spin-valve setup. It is demonstrated that a net magnetization may be induced in the AFM by partially or completely aligning the sublattice magnetizations via a current-induced ... More

On Coloring the Odd-Distance GraphAug 11 2009We present a proof, using spectral techniques, that there is no finite measurable coloring of the odd-distance graph.

Chirality Sensitive Domain Wall Motion in Spin-Orbit Coupled FerromagnetsFeb 19 2013Using the Lagrangian formalism, we solve analytically the equations of motion for current-induced domain-wall dynamics in a ferromagnet with Rashba spin-orbit coupling. An exact solution for the domain wall velocity is provided, including the effect of ... More

The Relative Lie Algebra Cohomology of the Weil RepresentationMay 01 2015May 15 2015We study the relative Lie algebra cohomology of $\mathfrak{so}(p,q)$ with values in the Weil representation $\varpi$ of the dual pair $\mathrm{Sp}(2k, \mathbb{R}) \times \mathrm{O}(p,q)$. Using the Fock model we filter this complex and construct the associated ... More

Universal Variational Quantum ComputationMar 11 2019Variational quantum algorithms dominate contemporary gate-based quantum enhanced optimization [1], eigenvalue estimation [2] and machine learning [3]. Here we establish the quantum computational universality of variational quantum computation by developing ... More

Tannaka Duality for Geometric StacksDec 14 2004Mar 23 2005We show that, under appropriate hypothesis, the groupoid of maps from S to an an algebraic stack X can be identified with a category of tensor functors from coherent sheaves on X to coherent sheaves on S. As an application, we show that if S is a proper ... More

A residue calculus approach to the uniform Artin-Rees lemmaJun 25 2011Mar 26 2012The uniform Artin-Rees lemma has been proved by C. Huneke using algebraic methods. We give a new proof for this result in the analytic setting using residue calculus. We also have to introduce a type of product of complexes of vector bundles, which may ... More

The limit of the Yang-Mills flow on semi-stable bundlesApr 25 2011Aug 26 2013By the work of Hong and Tian it is known that given a holomorphic vector bundle E over a compact Kahler manifold X, the Yang-Mills flow converges away from an analytic singular set. If E is semi-stable, then the limiting metric is Hermitian-Einstein and ... More

The Yang-Mills flow and the Atiyah-Bott formula on compact Kahler manifoldsSep 07 2011Oct 27 2014We study the Yang-Mills flow on a holomorphic vector bundle E over a compact Kahler manifold X . Along a solution of the flow, we show the curvature $i\Lambda F(A_t)$ approaches in $L^2$ an endomorphism with constant eigenvalues given by the slopes of ... More

Derived Algebraic Geometry VI: E_k AlgebrasOct 30 2009In this paper, we study algebras over the little cubes operads introduced by Boardman and Vogt, using the formalism of higher category theory.

Quantitative Logarithmic Equidistribution of the Crucial MeasuresJul 13 2015Let $K$ be a algebraically closed field of characteristic 0 that is complete with respect to a non-Archimedean absolute value. Let $\phi\in K(z)$ with $\textrm{deg}(\phi)\geq 2$. In this paper we establish uniform logarithmic equidistribution of the crucial ... More

Permutations with Ascending and Descending BlocksAug 29 2009Sep 01 2009We investigate permutations in terms of their cycle structure and descent set. To do this, we generalize the classical bijection of Gessel and Reutenauer to deal with permutations that have some ascending and some descending blocks. We then provide the ... More

Dagger Categories of Tame RelationsJan 05 2011Jul 16 2012Within the context of an involutive monoidal category the notion of a comparison relation is identified. Instances are equality on sets, inequality on posets, orthogonality on orthomodular lattices, non-empty intersection on powersets, and inner product ... More

Excited quark production at a 100 TeV VLHCSep 03 2013Sep 05 2013I look for a dijet resonance produced by an excited quark q* in a simulated sample corresponding to 3 ab^{-1} of pp collisions at $\sqrt{s} = 100$ TeV. Using a cut and count analysis approach I demonstrate the potential to explore q* masses up to 50 TeV, ... More

Exploiting an Oracle that Reports AUC Scores in Machine Learning ContestsJun 03 2015Nov 13 2015In machine learning contests such as the ImageNet Large Scale Visual Recognition Challenge and the KDD Cup, contestants can submit candidate solutions and receive from an oracle (typically the organizers of the competition) the accuracy of their guesses ... More

Lower Bounds for non-Archimedean Lyapunov ExponentsOct 08 2015Let $K$ be a complete, algebraically closed, non-Archimedean valued field, and let $\textbf{P}^1$ denote the Berkovich projective line over $K$. The Lyapunov exponent for a rational map $\phi\in K(z)$ of degree $d\geq 2$ measures the exponential rate ... More

Reversal and Termination of Current-Induced Domain Wall Motion via Magnonic Spin-Transfer TorqueAug 20 2012We investigate the domain wall dynamics of a ferromagnetic wire under the combined influence of a spin-polarized current and magnonic spin-transfer torque generated by an external field, taking also into account Rashba spin-orbit coupling interactions. ... More