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Atomic effective potentials for starting molecular electronic structure calculationsFeb 08 2019Molecular electronic structure calculations can be easily started by diagonalizing a one-electron Hamiltonian based on a sum of fixed atomic effective potentials. For the latter, we have found compact analytic forms in terms of a few Gaussian functions ... More

Atomic effective potentials for starting molecular electronic structure calculationsFeb 08 2019Mar 06 2019Atomic effective one-electron potentials in a compact analytic form in terms of a few Gaussian charge distributions are developed, for Hydrogen through Nobelium, for starting molecular electronic structure calculations by a simple diagonalization. For ... More

Coupling any number of balls in the infinite-bin modelJul 05 2016The infinite-bin model, introduced by Foss and Konstantopoulos, describes the Markovian evolution of configurations of balls placed inside bins, obeying certain transition rules. We prove that we can couple the behaviour of any finite number of balls, ... More

Geometry in Active Learning for Binary and Multi-class Image SegmentationJun 29 2016Apr 04 2019We propose an active learning approach to image segmentation that exploits geometric priors to speed up and streamline the annotation process. It can be applied for both background-foreground and multi-class segmentation tasks in 2D images and 3D image ... More

Why So Many Published Sensitivity Analyses Are False. A Systematic Review of Sensitivity Analysis PracticesNov 30 2017Dec 14 2017Sensitivity analysis (SA) has much to offer for a very large class of applications, such as model selection, calibration, optimization, quality assurance and many others. Sensitivity analysis offers crucial contextual information regarding a prediction ... More

Long-range dispersion forces between molecules subject to ultra-short optical pulses from ab initio calculationsFeb 05 2019London-van der Waals dispersion forces are a fundamental component of condensed matter systems, biological processes, and self-assembly. In this letter we propose a method to calculate the C6 coefficients that characterize dispersion forces in the non-retarded ... More

ChemBO: Bayesian Optimization of Small Organic Molecules with Synthesizable RecommendationsAug 05 2019We describe ChemBO, a Bayesian Optimization framework for generating and optimizing organic molecules for desired molecular properties. This framework is useful in applications such as drug discovery, where an algorithm recommends new candidate molecules; ... More

Analytic torsion of finite volume hyperbolic orbifoldsJan 28 2016In this article we define the analytic torsion of finite volume orbifolds $\Gamma \backslash \mathbb{H}^{2n+1}$ and study its asymptotic behavior with respect to certain rays of representations.

Spectra of Operators in Large $N$ Tensor ModelsJul 28 2017Feb 11 2018We study the operators in the large $N$ tensor models, focusing mostly on the fermionic quantum mechanics with $O(N)^3$ symmetry which may be either global or gauged. In the model with global symmetry we study the spectra of bilinear operators, which ... More

Incorporating Task-Specific Structural Knowledge into CNNs for Brain Midline Shift DetectionAug 13 2019Midline shift (MLS) is a well-established factor used for outcome prediction in traumatic brain injury, stroke and brain tumors. The importance of automatic estimation of MLS was recently highlighted by ACR Data Science Institute. In this paper we introduce ... More

Semiclassical correlators in Jackiw-Teitelboim gravityMay 14 2019In the semiclassical approximation to JT gravity, we find two-point and four-point correlators of heavy operators. To do so, we introduce a massive particle in the bulk and compute its action with gravitational backreaction. In Euclidean signature, the ... More

On the asymptotics of the analytic torsion for compact hyperbolic orbifoldsNov 13 2015Nov 19 2015We study the analytic torsion of odd-dimensional hyperbolic orbifolds $\Gamma \backslash \mathbb{H}^{2n+1}$, depending on a representation of $\Gamma$. Our main goal is to understand the asymptotic behavior of the analytic torsion with respect to sequences ... More

The twisted Selberg trace formula and the Selberg zeta function for compact orbifoldsNov 13 2015Nov 19 2015We study elements of the spectral theory of compact hyperbolic orbifolds $\Gamma \backslash \mathbb{H}^{n}$. We establish a version of the Selberg trace formula for non-unitary representations of $\Gamma$ and prove that the associated Selberg zeta function ... More

Aggregation and fragmentation dynamics in random flows: From tracers to inertial aggregatesMay 06 2017We investigate aggregation and fragmentation dynamics of tracers and inertial aggregates in random flows leading to steady state size distributions. Our objective is to elucidate the impact of changes in aggregation rates, due to differences in advection ... More

Ptychographic characterization of polymer compound refractive lenses manufactured by additive technologyDec 14 2018The recent success in the development of high precision printing techniques allows one to manufacture free-standing polymer structures of high quality. Two-photon polymerization lithography is a mask-less technique with down to 100 {\mu}m resolution that ... More

Physical conditions in potential sources of ultra-high-energy cosmic rays: Updated Hillas plot and radiation-loss constraintsAug 04 2008Mar 26 2010We review basic constraints on the acceleration of ultra-high-energy (UHE) cosmic rays (CRs) in astrophysical sources, namely the geometrical (Hillas) criterion and restrictions from radiation losses in different acceleration regimes. Using the latest ... More

The effect of intermittent upwelling events on plankton bloomsMay 06 2019In the marine environment biological processes are strongly affected by oceanic currents, particularly by eddies (vortices) formed by the hydrodynamic flow field. Employing a kinematic flow field coupled to a population dynamical model for plankton growth, ... More

Bifractional Brownian motion: existence and border casesFeb 08 2015Nov 05 2015Bifractional Brownian motion (bfBm) is a centered Gaussian process with covariance \[ R^{(H,K)}(s,t)= 2^{-K} \left( \left(|s|^{2H}+|t|^{2H} \right)^{K}-|t-s|^{2HK}\right), \qquad s,t\in R. \] We study the existence of bfBm for a given pair of parameters ... More

BPS states in the Omega-background and torus knotsOct 28 2013Mar 04 2014We clarify some issues concerning the central charges saturated by the extended objects in the SUSY $U(1)$ $4d$ gauge theory in the $\Omega$-background. The configuration involving the monopole localized at the domain wall is considered in some details. ... More

Ideals in $\mathcal{P} _G$ and $βG$Apr 08 2017For a discrete group $G$, we use the natural correspondence between ideals in the Boolean algebra $ \mathcal{P}_G$ of subsets of $G$ and closed subsets in the Stone-$\check{C}$ech compactifi-cation $\beta G$ as a right topological semigroup to introduce ... More

Asymptotic expansion for the eigenvalues of a perturbed anharmonic oscillatorFeb 12 2019In this article, we study the spectral properties of the perturbation of the generalized anharmonic oscillator. We consider a piecewise H\"older continuous perturbation and investigate how the H\"older constant can affect the eigenvalues. More precisely, ... More

A note-question on partitions of semigroupsAug 28 2015Given a semigroup $S$ and an $n$-partition $\mathcal{P}$ of $S$, $n\in \mathbb{N}$, do there exist $A\in \mathcal{P}$ and a subset $F$ of $S$ such that $S=F ^{-1} \{x \in S: x A \bigcap A\neq\emptyset\}$ and $|F |\leq n$? We give an affirmative answer ... More

Lattices of coarse structuresMar 03 2018Jun 05 2018We consider the lattice of coarse structures on a set $X$ and study metrizable, locally finite and cellular coarse structures on $X$ from the lattice point of view.

On recurrence in G-spacesMar 02 2017We introduce and analyze the following general concept of recurrence. Let $G$ be a group and let $X$ be a G-space with the action $G\times X\longrightarrow X$, $(g,x)\longmapsto gx$. For a family $\mathfrak{F}$ of subset of $X$ and $A\in \mathfrak{F}$, ... More

On hyperballeans of bounded geometryFeb 25 2017A ballean (or coarse structure) is a set endowed with some family of subsets, the balls, is such a way that balleans with corresponding morphisms can be considered as asymptotic counterparts of uniform topological spaces. For a ballean $\mathcal{B}$ on ... More

Recent progress in subset combinatorics of groupsFeb 09 2018We systematize and analyze some results obtained in Subset Combinatorics of $G$ groups after publications the previous surveys [1-4]. The main topics: the dynamical and descriptive characterizations of subsets of a group relatively their combinatorial ... More

Eisenstein series twisted with non-expanding cusp monodromiesSep 03 2017Jul 01 2018Let $\Gamma$ be a geometrically finite, nonuniform Fuchsian group and let $\chi\colon \Gamma\to{\rm GL}(V)$ be a finite-dimensional representation with non-expanding cusp monodromy. We show that the Eisenstein series for $\Gamma$ with twist $\chi$ converges ... More

Ramsey-product subsets of a groupMar 10 2017We say that a subset $S$ of an infinite group $G$ is a Ramsey-product subset if, for any infinite subsets $X$, $Y$ of $G$, there exist $x \in X$ and $y\in Y$ such that $x y \in S$ and $ y x \in S$ . We show that the family $\varphi$ of all Ramsey-product ... More

Metrically Ramsey ultrafiltersApr 25 2017Given a metric space $(X,d)$, we say that a mapping $\chi: [X]^{2}\longrightarrow\{0.1\}$ is an isometric coloring if $d(x,y)=d(z,t)$ implies $\chi(\{x,y\})=\chi(\{z,t\})$. A free ultrafilter $\mathcal{U}$ on an infinite metric space $(X,d)$ is called ... More

Counting coarse subsets of a countable groupJun 01 2017For every countable group $G$, there are $2^{\omega}$ distinct classes of coarsely equivalent subsets of $G$.

Invex Optimization RevisitedJul 05 2017Given a non-convex optimization problem, we study conditions under which every Karush-Kuhn-Tucker (KKT) point is a global optimizer. This property is known as KT-invexity and allows to identify the subset of problems where an interior point method always ... More

A note on free vector balleansDec 05 2018Jan 01 2019A vector balleans is a vector space over $\mathbb{R}$ endowed with a coarse structure in such a way that the vector operations are coarse mappings. We prove that, for every ballean $(X, \mathcal{E})$, there exists the unique free vector ballean $\mathbb{V}(X, ... More

Free coarse groupsMar 28 2018A coarse group is a group endowed with a coarse structure so that the group multiplication and inversion are coarse mappings. Let $(X, \mathcal{E})$ be a coarse space and let $\mathfrak{M}$ be a variety of groups different from the variety of singletons. ... More

Meromorphic continuation of Selberg zeta functions with twists having non-expanding cusp monodromySep 03 2017Apr 23 2018We initiate the study of Selberg zeta functions $Z_{\Gamma,\chi}$ for geometrically finite Fuchsian groups $\Gamma$ and finite-dimensional representations $\chi$ with non-expanding cusp monodromy. We show that for all choices of $(\Gamma,\chi)$, the Selberg ... More

Discovering General-Purpose Active Learning StrategiesOct 09 2018Apr 02 2019We propose a general-purpose approach to discovering active learning (AL) strategies from data. These strategies are transferable from one domain to another and can be used in conjunction with many machine learning models. To this end, we formalize the ... More

The descriptive look at the size of subsets of groupsMar 01 2017We explore the Borel complexity of some basic families of subsets of a countable group (large, small, thin, sparse and other) defined by the size of their elements. Applying the obtained results to the Stone-\v{C}ech compactification $\beta G$ of $G$, ... More

Impact of ASR on Alzheimer's Disease Detection: All Errors are Equal, but Deletions are More Equal than OthersApr 02 2019Apr 08 2019Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) is a critical component of any fully-automated speech-based Alzheimer's disease (AD) detection model. However, despite years of speech recognition research, little is known about the impact of ASR performance on AD detection. ... More

Personal Names Popularity Estimation and its Application to Record LinkageNov 13 2018This study deals with a fairly simply formulated problem -- how to estimate the number of people bearing the same full name in a large population. Estimation of name popularity can leverage personal name matching in databases and be of interest for many ... More

Late or Earlier Information Fusion from Depth and Spectral Data? Large-Scale Digital Surface Model Refinement by Hybrid-cGANApr 22 2019We present the workflow of a DSM refinement methodology using a Hybrid-cGAN where the generative part consists of two encoders and a common decoder which blends the spectral and height information within one network. The inputs to the Hybrid-cGAN are ... More

Geometry in Active Learning for Binary and Multi-class Image SegmentationJun 29 2016We propose an Active Learning approach to training a segmentation classifier that exploits geometric priors to streamline the annotation process in both background-foreground and multi-class segmentation tasks that work in 2D and 3D image volumes. To ... More

Impact of ASR on Alzheimer's Disease Detection: All Errors are Equal, but Deletions are More Equal than OthersApr 02 2019Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) is a critical component of any fully-automated speech-based Alzheimer's disease (AD) detection model. However, despite years of speech recognition research, little is known about the impact of ASR performance on AD detection. ... More

Learning Active Learning from DataMar 09 2017Jul 14 2017In this paper, we suggest a novel data-driven approach to active learning (AL). The key idea is to train a regressor that predicts the expected error reduction for a candidate sample in a particular learning state. By formulating the query selection procedure ... More

Second variation of Selberg zeta functions and curvature asymptoticsSep 12 2017Dec 14 2017We give an explicit formula for the second variation of the logarithm of the Selberg zeta function, $Z(s)$, on Teichm\"uller space. We then use this formula to determine the asymptotic behavior as $s \to \infty$ of the second variation. As a consequence, ... More

Feshbach projection XMCQDPT2 model for metastable electronic statesJun 26 2019Autoionizing electronic states are common intermediates in processes initiated by electron impact or high-energy radiation. These states belong to the continuous spectrum of the Hamiltonian, and as such cannot be treated with methods developed for bound ... More

DSM Building Shape Refinement from Combined Remote Sensing Images based on Wnet-cGANsMar 08 2019We describe the workflow of a digital surface models (DSMs) refinement algorithm using a hybrid conditional generative adversarial network (cGAN) where the generative part consists of two parallel networks merged at the last stage forming a WNet architecture. ... More

Introducing Geometry in Active Learning for Image SegmentationAug 20 2015We propose an Active Learning approach to training a segmentation classifier that exploits geometric priors to streamline the annotation process in 3D image volumes. To this end, we use these priors not only to select voxels most in need of annotation ... More

Influence of the history force on inertial particle advection: Gravitational effects and horizontal diffusionSep 07 2013We analyse the effect of the Basset history force on the sedimentation or rising of inertial particles in a two-dimensional convection flow. When memory effects are neglected, the system exhibits rich dynamics, including periodic, quasi-periodic and chaotic ... More

A new catalogue of polar-ring galaxies selected from the SDSSJul 11 2011(Abridged) Galaxies with polar rings (PRGs) are a unique class of extragalactic objects allowing to investigate a wide range of problems, linked with the formation and evolution of galaxies, and to study the properties of their dark haloes. The progress ... More

Kinetically determined shapes of grain boundaries in CVD grapheneDec 14 2014Predicting the shape of grain boundaries is essential to control results of the growth of large graphene crystals. A global energy minimum search predicting the most stable final structure contradicts experimental observations. Here we present Monte Carlo ... More

Identification of Artifacts and Interesting Celestial Objects in LAMOST Spectral SurveyDec 22 2016The LAMOST DR1 survey contains about two million of spectra labelled by its pipeline as stellar objects of common spectral classes. There is, however, a lot of spectra corrupted in some way by both instrumental and processing artifacts, which may mimic ... More

Cooperative response and clustering: consequences of membrane-mediated interactions among mechanosensitive channelsJun 27 2017Mechanosensitive (MS) channels are ion channels which act as cells' safety valves, opening when the osmotic pressure becomes too high and making cells avoid damage by releasing ions. They are found on the cellular membrane of a large number of organisms. ... More

Learning Intelligent Dialogs for Bounding Box AnnotationDec 21 2017Nov 20 2018We introduce Intelligent Annotation Dialogs for bounding box annotation. We train an agent to automatically choose a sequence of actions for a human annotator to produce a bounding box in a minimal amount of time. Specifically, we consider two actions: ... More

Identification of Interesting Objects in Large Spectral Surveys Using Highly Parallelized Machine LearningDec 22 2016The current archives of LAMOST multi-object spectrograph contain millions of fully reduced spectra, from which the automatic pipelines have produced catalogues of many parameters of individual objects, including their approximate spectral classification. ... More

Thermodynamic stability of mixed Pb:Sn methyl-ammonium halide perovskitesJun 22 2016Using density functional theory, we investigate systematically mixed MA(Pb:Sn)X3 perovskites, where MA is CH3NH3+, and X is Cl, Br, or I. Ab initio calculations of the orthorhombic, tetragonal, and cubic perovskite phases show that the substitution of ... More

Using surface lattice resonances to engineer nonlinear optical processes in metal nanoparticle arraysFeb 28 2018Collective responses of localized surface plasmon resonances, known as surface lattice resonances (SLRs) in metal nanoparticle arrays, can lead to high quality factors (~100), large local-field enhancements and strong light-matter interactions. SLRs have ... More

Between an Arena and a Sports Bar: Online Chats of eSports SpectatorsJan 09 2018Dec 27 2018Hundreds of thousands of spectators use Twitch.tv to watch The International, a Dota 2 eSports tournament, and communicate in massive chats. In this paper, we analyse these chats and disentangle contextual meanings of emojis and short messages. We apply ... More

Thermodynamic stability of mixed Pb:Sn methyl-ammonium halide perovskitesJun 22 2016Jun 21 2017Using density functional theory, we investigate systematically mixed MA(Pb:Sn)X3 perovskites, where MA is CH3NH3+, and X is Cl, Br, or I. Ab initio calculations of the orthorhombic, tetragonal, and cubic perovskite phases show that the substitution of ... More

Formation of periodical metal oxide multilayer structures for the X-ray standing wave applicationsMar 21 2018Periodical multilayer (ML) structures can be used as generators of X-ray standing waves (XSW) for investigation of objects and processes on solid/liquid and solid/gas interfaces. In this paper, we investigate the specific requirements to the structural ... More

History effects in the sedimentation of light aerosols in turbulence: the case of marine snowJan 06 2016We analyze the effect of the Basset history force on the sedimentation of nearly neutrally buoyant particles, exemplified by marine snow, in a three-dimensional turbulent flow. Particles are characterized by Stokes numbers much smaller than unity, and ... More

Correlated Photon Pair Production by Spontaneous Parametric Down Conversion in Quasi-Phase-Matched AlGaAs superlattice Waveguides using a Continuous Wave PumpApr 01 2013We report on the demonstration of correlated photon pair generation in quasi-phase-matched superlattice AlGaAs waveguides with a high coincidence-to-accidental ratio (CAR); with a continuous (CW) pump, the observed CAR (>100) is more than two order of ... More

God(s) Know(s): Developmental and Cross-Cultural Patterns in Children DrawingsNov 11 2015Feb 08 2016This paper introduces a novel approach to data analysis designed for the needs of specialists in psychology of religion. We detect developmental and cross-cultural patterns in children's drawings of God(s) and other supernatural agents. We develop methods ... More

Failures detection at directional drilling using real-time analogues searchJun 06 2019One of the main challenges in the construction of oil and gas wells is the need to detect and avoid abnormal situations, which can lead to accidents. Accidents have some indicators that help to find them during the drilling process. In this article, we ... More

Bounds on the rate of convergence for inhomogeneous $M/M/S$ systems with either state-dependent transitions, or batch arrivals and service, or bothSep 30 2016In this paper one presents method for the computation of convergence bounds for four classes of multiserver queueing systems, described by inhomogeneous Markov chains. Specifically one considers inhomogeneous $M/M/S$ queueing system with possibly state-dependent ... More

Collective response of self-organised clusters of mechanosensitive channelsJan 02 2011Mechanosensitive channels are ion channels activated by membrane tension. We investigate the influence of bacterial mechanosensitive channels spatial distribution on activation (gating). Based on elastic short-range interactions we map this physical process ... More

Models of Innate Neural Attractors and Their Applications for Neural Information ProcessingAug 05 2015In this work we reveal and explore a new class of attractor neural networks, based on inborn connections provided by model molecular markers, the molecular marker based attractor neural networks (MMBANN). We have explored conditions for the existence ... More

Demonstration of Optical Nonlinearity in InGaAsP/InP Passive WaveguidesJun 05 2018We report on the study of the third-order nonlinear optical interactions in In$_{x}$Ga$_{1-x}$As$_{y}$P$_{1-y}$/InP strip-loaded waveguides. The material composition and waveguide structures were optimized for enhanced nonlinear optical interactions. ... More

High Purity Single Photons Entangled with an Atomic MemoryDec 04 2018Trapped atomic ions are an ideal candidate for quantum network nodes, with long-lived identical qubit memories that can be locally entangled through their Coulomb interaction and remotely entangled through photonic channels. The integrity of this photonic ... More

Natural electroweak symmetry breaking in generalised mirror matter modelsOct 02 2006Nov 28 2006It has recently been pointed out that the mirror or twin Higgs model is more technically natural than the standard model, thus alleviating the ``little'' hierarchy problem. In this paper we generalise the analysis to models with an arbitrary number of ... More

Studies of neutrino asymmetries generated by ordinary-sterile neutrino oscillations in the early universe and implications for big bang nucleosynthesis boundsOct 03 1996Nov 19 1996Ordinary-sterile neutrino oscillations can generate a significant lepton number asymmetry in the early Universe. We study this phenomenon in detail. We show that the dynamics of ordinary-sterile neutrino oscillations in the early Universe can be approximately ... More

Do the SuperKamiokande atmospheric neutrino results explain electric charge quantisation?Aug 24 1998We show that the SuperKamiokande atmospheric neutrino results explain electric charge quantisation, provided that the oscillation mode is $\nu_{\mu} \to \nu_{\tau}$ and that the neutrino mass is of Majorana type.

Neutrino physics and the mirror world: how exact parity symmetry explains the solar neutrino deficit, the atmospheric neutrino anomaly and the LSND experimentMay 23 1995Nov 08 1995Evidence for $\bar \nu_{\mu} \rightarrow \bar \nu_e$ oscillations has been reported at LAMPF using the LSND detector. Further evidence for neutrino mixing comes from the solar neutrino deficit and the atmospheric neutrino anomaly. All of these anomalies ... More

Spheroidal galactic halos and mirror dark matterJul 26 2004Mirror matter has been proposed as a dark matter candidate. It has several very attractive features, including automatic stability and darkness, the ability to mimic the broad features of cold dark matter while in the linear density perturbation regime, ... More

New and improved quark-lepton symmetric modelsMay 18 1995We show how the use of a see-saw mechanism based on a $3 \times 3$ neutrino mass matrix texture can considerably simplify Higgs sectors for quark-lepton symmetric models (and for Standard Model extensions generally). The main theory we discuss also incorporates ... More

Comment on "Big Bang Nucleosynthesis and Active-Sterile Neutrino Mixing: Evidence for Maximal $ν_μ\leftrightarrow ν_τ$ Mixing in Super Kamiokande?"Nov 04 1998The paper "Big Bang Nucleosynthesis and Active-Sterile Neutrino Mixing: Evidence for Maximal $\nu_\mu \leftrightarrow \nu_\tau$ Mixing in Super Kamiokande?" by X. Shi and G. M. Fuller (astro-ph/9810075) discusses the cosmological implications of the $\nu_\mu ... More

Explaining $Ω_{Baryon} \approx 0.2 Ω_{Dark}$ through the synthesis of ordinary matter from mirror matter: a more general analysisFeb 25 2004Mar 25 2004The emerging cosmological picture is of a spatially flat universe composed predominantly of three components: ordinary baryons ($\Omega_B \approx 0.05$), non-baryonic dark matter ($\Omega_{Dark} \approx 0.22$) and dark energy ($\Omega_{\Lambda} \approx ... More

The neutrino puzzle in the light of SNOApr 23 2002Jul 23 2002SNO's neutral current measurement has added a new piece to the emerging neutrino physics puzzle. Putting together the presently available experimental information, an essentially unique picture emerges: The solar neutrino anomaly is explained by nu_e ... More

Effective Theory for Color-Flavor Locking in high Density QCDAug 03 1999Sep 06 1999We describe the low energy excitations of the diquark condensates in the color-flavor locked phase of QCD with three massless flavors, at high baryon densities, in terms of a non-linear effective lagrangian. Such a lagrangian is formally seen to correspond ... More

(p,q)-Rogers-Szego polynomial and the (p,q)-oscillatorMay 24 2010A (p,q)-analogue of the classical Rogers-Szego polynomial is defined by replacing the q-binomial coefficient in it by the (p,q)-binomial coefficient. Exactly like the Rogers-Szego polynomial is associated with the q-oscillator algebra it is found that ... More

Vacuum Cherenkov radiation in Maxwell-Chern-Simons electrodynamicsNov 22 2005We study the Cherenkov effect in the context of the Maxwell-Chern-Simons (MCS) limit of the Standard Model Extension. We present a method to determine the exact radiation rate for a point charge.

On Spin-Statistics and Bogoliubov Transformations in Flat Spacetime With Acceleration ConditionsMay 04 2012Jan 31 2013A single real scalar field of spin zero obeying the Klein-Gordon equation in flat space-time under external conditions is considered in the context of the spin-statistics connection. An imposed accelerated boundary on the field is made to become, in the ... More

Early Objects in the Cosmic String Theory with Hot Dark MatterJan 27 1997We study the accretion of hot dark matter onto moving cosmic string loops, using an adaptation of the Zeldovich approximation to HDM. We show that a large number of nonlinear objects of mass greater than $10^{12}M_\odot$, which could be the hosts of high ... More

Supersymmetry in Thermo Field DynamicsJun 21 2000By considering the enlarged thermal system including the heat bath, it is shown that this system has supersymmetry which is not broken at finite temperature. The super algebra is constructed and the Hamiltonian is expressed as the anti-commutator of two ... More

Legendrian contact homology and topological entropySep 12 2014Oct 15 2016In this paper we study the growth rate of a version of Legendrian contact homology, which we call strip Legendrian contact homology, in 3-dimensional contact manifolds and its relation to the topological entropy of Reeb flows. We show that: if for a pair ... More

Finite-dimensional Calogero representation of the $q$-differential operatorApr 24 1995A finite-dimensional matrix representation of the Jackson $q$-differential operator $D_q$, defined by $D_qf(x)$ $=$ $(f(qx)-f(x))/(x(q-1))$, is written down following Calogero. Such a representation of $D_q$ should have applications in $q$-analysis leading ... More

Size of Memory ObjectsNov 01 2006I consider model for flares proposed by P.-G de Gennes (PNAS, 101 (44), 15778-15781, 2004) and suggest a range for amplification factor (I) for inhibitory neurons for the time evolution of non-divergent generations of excitatory neurons which eventually ... More

A note on "Weighted Evolving Networks: Coupling Topology and Weight Dynamics"Jun 25 2004We discuss a newly proposed model by Barrat et al. (Phys. Rev. Lett. 92, 228701, 2004) for weighted evolving networks and suggest yet another model which can be viewed in the framework of worldwide airport network as "busy airports get busier".

Full operators and algebras generated by invertible operatorsApr 10 2009Oct 22 2009In the present work we characterized full operators and we showed some properties that have nonfull injectives operators. With the results developed for full operators, we affirmatively respond two questions formulated by Bravo and Feintuch on when the ... More

The Repeated Solicitation ModelAug 11 1998Sep 15 1998This paper presents a probabilistic analysis of what we call the "repeated solicitation model". To give a specific context, suppose B is a direct marketing company with a list of S sales prospects. At epoch 1, B sends a solicitation to every prospect ... More

Very Big Accelerators as Energy ProducersJul 29 2010One consequence of the application of superconductivity to accelerator construction is that the power consumption of accelerators will become much smaller. This raises the old possibility of using high energy protons to make neutrons which are then absorbed ... More

Geometrically Intrinsic Nonlinear Recursive Filters II: FoundationsSep 06 1998This paper contains the technical foundations from stochastic differential geometry for the construction of geometrically intrinsic nonlinear recursive filters. A diffusion X on a manifold N is run for a time interval T, with a random initial condition. ... More

Positive Linear Maps and Perturbation bounds of MatricesSep 18 2015We show how positive unital linear maps can be used to obtain lower bounds for the maximum distance between the eigenvalues of two normal matrices. Some related bounds for the spread and condition number of Hermitian matrices are also discussed here.

Geometrically Intrinsic Nonlinear Recursive Filters I: AlgorithmsSep 06 1998The Geometrically Intrinsic Nonlinear Recursive Filter, or GI Filter, is designed to estimate an arbitrary continuous-time Markov diffusion process X subject to nonlinear discrete-time observations. The GI Filter is fundamentally different from the much-used ... More

The Play Operator, the Truncated Variation and the Generalisation of the Jordan DecompositionNov 25 2013Mar 06 2015The play operator minimalizes the total variation on intervals $[0,T], T> 0$, of functions approximating uniformly given regulated function with given accuracy and starting from a given point. In this article we link the play operator with so called truncated ... More

Was ordinary matter synthesised from mirror matter? An attempt to explain why $Ω_{Baryon} \approx 0.2Ω_{Dark}$Apr 28 2003Jun 03 2003The cosmological dust has begun to settle. A likely picture is a universe comprised (predominantly) of three components: ordinary baryons ($\Omega_B \approx 0.05$), non-baryonic dark matter ($\Omega_{Dark} \approx 0.22$) and dark energy ($\Omega_{\Lambda} ... More

How neutrino oscillations can induce an effective neutrino number of less than 3 during Big Bang NucleosynthesisJun 04 1997Ordinary-sterile neutrino oscillations can generate significant neutrino asymmetry in the early Universe. In this paper we extend this work by computing the evolution of neutrino asymmetries and light element abundances during the Big Bang Nucleosynthesis ... More

Maximal neutrino oscillation solution to the solar neutrino problemOct 17 1995We discuss a simple predictive solution to the solar neutrino problem based on maximal vacuum neutrino oscillations. The solution can be motivated by the exact parity symmetric model which predicts that the neutrino mass eigenstates are maximal mixtures ... More

A mirror world explanation for the Pioneer spacecraft anomalies?Aug 06 2001We show that the anomalous acceleration of the Pioneer 10/11 spacecraft can be explained if there is some mirror gas or mirror dust in our solar system.

The exact parity symmetric model and big bang nucleosynthesisDec 04 1996The assumption of exact, unbroken parity symmetry leads directly to a simple predictive resolution of the atmospheric and solar neutrino puzzles. This is because the existence of this symmetry implies the existence of a set of mirror neutrinos which must ... More

Reconciling sterile neutrinos with big bang nucleosynthesisAug 10 1995Nov 08 1995We re-examine the big bang nucleosynthesis (BBN) bounds on the mixing of neutrinos with sterile species. These bounds depend on the assumption that the relic neutrino asymmetry $L_{\nu}$ is very small. We show that for $L_{\nu}$ large enough (greater ... More

Implications of mirror neutrinos for early universe cosmologyApr 15 1999The Exact Parity Model (EPM) is, in part, a theory of neutrino mass and mixing that can solve the atmospheric, solar and LSND anomalies. The central feature of the neutrino sector is three pairs of maximally mixed ordinary and mirror neutrinos. It has ... More