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Conditioning of three-dimensional generative adversarial networks for pore and reservoir-scale modelsFeb 15 2018Geostatistical modeling of petrophysical properties is a key step in modern integrated oil and gas reservoir studies. Recently, generative adversarial networks (GAN) have been shown to be a successful method for generating unconditional simulations of ... More

Stochastic reconstruction of an oolitic limestone by generative adversarial networksDec 07 2017Stochastic image reconstruction is a key part of modern digital rock physics and materials analysis that aims to create numerous representative samples of material micro-structures for upscaling, numerical computation of effective properties and uncertainty ... More

Stochastic seismic waveform inversion using generative adversarial networks as a geological priorJun 10 2018We present an application of deep generative models in the context of partial-differential equation (PDE) constrained inverse problems. We combine a generative adversarial network (GAN) representing an a priori model that creates subsurface geological ... More

DeepFlow: History Matching in the Space of Deep Generative ModelsMay 14 2019The calibration of a reservoir model with observed transient data of fluid pressures and rates is a key task in obtaining a predictive model of the flow and transport behaviour of the earth's subsurface. The model calibration task, commonly referred to ... More

Reconstruction of three-dimensional porous media using generative adversarial neural networksApr 11 2017To evaluate the variability of multi-phase flow properties of porous media at the pore scale, it is necessary to acquire a number of representative samples of the void-solid structure. While modern x-ray computer tomography has made it possible to extract ... More

An alternative to mode fittingJun 29 2010The space mission CoRoT provides us with a large amount of high-duty cycle long-duration observations. Mode fitting has proven to be efficient for the complete and detailed analysis of the oscillation pattern, but remains time consuming. Furthermore, ... More

Red giant seismology: observationsOct 27 2012The CoRoT and Kepler missions provide us with thousands of red-giant light curves that allow a very precise asteroseismic study of these objects. Before CoRoT and Kepler, the red-giant oscillation patterns remained obscure. Now, these spectra are much ... More

On detecting the large separation in the autocorrelation of stellar oscillation times seriesSep 04 2009Oct 28 2009The observations carried out by the space missions CoRoT and Kepler provide a large set of asteroseismic data. Their analysis requires an efficient procedure first to determine if the star is reliably showing solar-like oscillations, second to measure ... More

Duty cycle of Doppler ground-based asteroseismic observationsDec 18 2006We report the observations of the clear sky fraction at the Concordia station during winter 2006, and derive from it the duty cycle for astronomical observations. Performance in duty cycle and observation duration promotes Dome C for efficient asteroseismic ... More

An automated pipeline for asteroseismology based on the autocorrelation of stellar time seriesJun 25 2010The autocorrelation of an asteroseismic time series has been identified as a powerful tool capable of providing measurements of the large frequency separations. The performance of this method has been assessed and quantified by Mosser & Appourchaux (2009). ... More

Rapid seismic domain transfer: Seismic velocity inversion and modeling using deep generative neural networksMay 22 2018Traditional physics-based approaches to infer sub-surface properties such as full-waveform inversion or reflectivity inversion are time-consuming and computationally expensive. We present a deep-learning technique that eliminates the need for these computationally ... More

A non-Golod ring with a trivial product on its Koszul homologyNov 16 2015We present a monomial ideal $\mathfrak{a} \subset S$ such that $S/\mathfrak{a}$ is not Golod, even though the product on its Koszul homology is trivial. This constitutes a counterexample to a well-known theorem by Berglund and J\"ollenbeck (the error ... More

Wormhole Effects on Yang-Mills TheoryJul 25 1994In this paper wormhole effects on $SO(3)$ YM theory are examined. The wormhole wave functions for the scalar, the vector and the tensor expansion modes are computed assuming a small gauge coupling which leads to an effective decoupling of gravity and ... More

sl3-foam homology calculationsDec 11 2012Feb 20 2013We exhibit a certain infinite family of three-stranded quasi-alternating pretzel knots which are counterexamples to Lobb's conjecture that the sl_3-knot concordance invariant s_3 (suitably normalised) should be equal to the Rasmussen invariant s_2. For ... More

Stellar parallax in the Neo-Tychonian planetary systemFeb 28 2013The recent paper published in European Journal of Physics [1] aimed to demonstrate the kinematical and dynamical equivalence of heliocentric and geocentric systems. The work is performed in the Neo-Tychonian system, with key assumption that orbits of ... More

Piatetski-Shapiro sequences via Beatty sequencesJul 17 2017Integer sequences of the form $\lfloor n^c\rfloor$, where $1<c<2$, can be locally approximated by sequences of the form $\lfloor n\alpha+\beta\rfloor$ in a very good way. Following this approach, we are led to an estimate of the difference \[\sum_{n\leq ... More

A digit reversal property for an analogue of Stern's sequenceSep 17 2017We consider a variant of Stern's diatomic sequence, studied recently by Northshield. We prove that this sequence $b$ is invariant under \emph{digit reversal} in base $3$, that is, $b_n=b_{n^R}$, where $n^R$ is obtained by reversing the base-$3$ expansion ... More

Discrepancy results for the Van der Corput sequenceOct 04 2017Let $d_N=ND_N(\omega)$ be the discrepancy of the Van der Corput sequence in base $2$. We improve on the known bounds for the number of indices $N$ such that $d_N\leq \log N/100$. Moreover, we show that the summatory function of $d_N$ satisfies an exact ... More

A digit reversal property for Stern polynomialsOct 01 2016Nov 15 2017We consider the following polynomial generalization of Stern's diatomic series: let $s_1(x,y)=1$, and for $n\geq 1$ set $s_{2n}(x,y)=s_n(x,y)$ and $s_{2n+1}(x,y)=x\,s_n(x,y)+y\,s_{n+1}(x,y)$. The coefficient $[x^iy^j]s_n(x,y)$ is the number of hyperbinary ... More

The Lecture Hall Cone as a toric deformationSep 05 2018The Lecture Hall cone is a simplicial cone whose lattice points naturally correspond to Lecture Hall partitions. The celebrated Lecture Hall Theorem of Bousquet-M\'elou and Eriksson states that a particular specialization of its multivariate Ehrhart series ... More

Spectral inequalities for Jacobi operators and related sharp Lieb-Thirring inequalities on the continuumOct 14 2013In this paper we approximate a Schr\"odinger operator on $L^2(\R)$ by Jacobi operators on $\ell^2(\Z)$ to provide new proofs of sharp Lieb-Thirring inequalities for the powers $\gamma=1/2$ and $\gamma=3/2$. To this end we first investigate spectral inequalities ... More

Contractive Families on Compact SpacesDec 02 2013A family f_1,...,f_n of operators on a complete metric space X is called contractive if there exists lambda < 1 such that for any x,y in X we have d(f_i(x),f_i(y)) leq lambda d(x,y) for some i. Stein conjectured that for any contractive family there is ... More

Classification theorem for strong triangle blocking arrangementsSep 23 2018A strong triangle blocking arrangement is a geometric arrangement of some line segments in a triangle with certain intersection properties. It turns out that they are closely related to blocking sets. Our aim in this paper is to prove a classification ... More

Long-Range Superharmonic Josephson CurrentJan 27 2011Jul 23 2011We consider a long superconductor-ferromagnet-superconductor junction with one spin-active region. It is shown that an \textit{odd} number of Cooper pairs cannot have a long-range propagation when there is \textit{only one} spin-active region. When temperature ... More

Polynomial bound for partition rank in terms of analytic rankFeb 26 2019Let $G_1, \dots, G_k$ be vector spaces over a finite field $\mathbb{F} = \mathbb{F}_q$ with a non-trivial additive character $\chi$. The analytic rank of a multilinear form $\alpha \colon G_1 \times \dots \times G_k \to \mathbb{F}$ is defined as $\operatorname{arank}(\alpha) ... More

An exponential estimate for Hilbert space-valued Ornstein--Uhlenbeck processesDec 22 2016Let $Z$ be a $H$-valued Ornstein--Uhlenbeck process, $b\colon[0,1]\times H \rightarrow H$ and $h\colon[0,1] \rightarrow H$ be a bounded, Borel measurable functions with $\|b\|_\infty \leq 1$ then $\mathbb E \exp \alpha \left| \int\limits_0^1 b(t, Z_t ... More

Efficient Membership Testing for Pseudovarieties of Finite SemigroupsMay 02 2018Jun 15 2018We consider the complexity of deciding membership of a given finite semigroup to a fixed pseudovariety. While it is known that there exist pseudovarieties with NP-complete or even undecidable membership problems, for many well-known pseudovarieties the ... More

A mixed precision semi-Lagrangian algorithm and its performance on acceleratorsMar 22 2016In this paper we propose a mixed precision algorithm in the context of the semi-Lagrangian discontinuous Galerkin method. The performance of this approach is evaluated on a traditional dual socket workstation as well as on a Xeon Phi and an NVIDIA K80. ... More

A novel water-Cherenkov detector design with retro-reflectors to produce antipodal ringsAug 29 2018Since Kamiokande, the basic design of water-Cherenkov detectors has not changed: the walls of a water tank are lined with photodetectors that capture Cherenkov photons produced by relativistic particles. However, with this design the majority of photons ... More

Heights and totally real numbersJun 12 2012Nov 18 20131973 Schinzel proved that the standard logarithmic height h on the maximal totally real field extension of the rationals is either zero or bounded from below by a positive constant. In this paper we study this property for canonical heights associated ... More

Invariant rings of sums of fundamental representations of ${\rm SL}_n$ and colored hypergraphsJul 25 2018The fundamental representations of the special linear group ${\rm SL}_n$ over the complex numbers are the exterior powers of $\mathbb{C}^n$. We consider the invariant rings of sums of arbitrary many copies of these ${\rm SL}_n$-modules. The symbolic method ... More

Gorensteinness and iteration of Cox rings for Fano type varietiesMar 19 2019Apr 08 2019We show that finitely generated Cox rings are Gorenstein. This leads to a refined characterization of varieties of Fano type: they are exactly those projective varieties with Gorenstein canonical quasicone Cox ring. We then show that for varieties of ... More

SL(n)-Contravariant $L_p$-Minkowski ValuationsOct 26 2014All SL(n)-contravariant $L_p$-Minkowski valuations on polytopes are completely classified. The prototypes of such valuations turn out to be the asymmetric $L_p$-projection body operators.

On the Complexity of SailsFeb 07 2011Dec 15 2011This paper analyses stable commutator length in groups Z^r * Z^s. We bound scl from above in terms of the reduced wordlength (sharply in the limit) and from below in terms of the answer to an associated subset-sum type problem. Combining both estimates, ... More

Decomposing Sets of InversionsNov 15 2011Aug 06 2012In this note we consider the question how the set of inversions of a permutation $\pi \in S_n$ can be partitioned into two subset, such that those are itself inversion sets of permutations. This is archived by exploiting a connection to a graph theoretical ... More

Non-normal affine monoidsSep 27 2012Jun 07 2015We give a geometric description of the set of holes in a non-normal affine monoid $Q$. The set of holes turns out to be related to the non-trivial graded components of the local cohomology of $k[Q]$. From this, we see how various properties of $k[Q]$ ... More

On eigenvalue and eigenvector estimates for nonnegative definite operatorsMar 16 2005In this article we further develop a perturbation approach to the Rayleigh--Ritz approximations from our earlier work. We both sharpen the estimates and extend the applicability of the theory to nonnegative definite operators . The perturbation argument ... More

Spin Waves as Metric in a Kinetic Space-TimeApr 17 2003Nov 29 20041) A wave equation is derived from the kinetic equations governing media with rotational as well as translational degrees of freedom. In this wave the fluctuating quantity is a vector, the bulk spin. The transmission is similar to compressive waves but ... More

On the geometric properties of the semi-Lagrangian discontinuous Galerkin scheme for the Vlasov-Poisson equationJan 10 2016The semi-Lagrangian discontinuous Galerkin method, coupled with a splitting approach in time, has recently been introduced for the Vlasov--Poisson equation. Since these methods are conservative, local in space, and able to limit numerical diffusion, they ... More

Pseudorandomness of the Ostrowski sum-of-digits functionNov 09 2016For an irrational $\alpha\in(0,1)$, we investigate the Ostrowski sum-of-digits function $\sigma_\alpha$. For $\alpha$ having bounded partial quotients and $\vartheta\in\mathbb R\setminus\mathbb Z$, we prove that the function $g:n\mapsto \mathrm e(\vartheta ... More

A Dynamical Bogomolov PropertyMar 07 2011A field F is said to have the Bogomolov Property related to a height function h, if h(a) is either zero or bounded from below by a positive constant for all a in F. In this paper we prove that the maximal algebraic extension of a number field K, which ... More

Small totally $p$-adic algebraic numbersFeb 16 2018Jan 10 2019The purpose of this note is to give a short and elementary proof of the fact, that the absolute logarithmic Weil-height is bounded from below by a positive constant for all totally p-adic numbers which are neither zero nor a root of unity. The proof is ... More

Approaching Cusick's conjecture on the sum-of-digits functionApr 18 2019Cusick's conjecture on the binary sum of digits $s(n)$ of a nonnegative integer $n$ states the following: for all nonnegative integers $t$ we have \[ c_t=\lim_{N\rightarrow\infty}\frac 1N\left\lvert\{n<N:s(n+t)\geq s(n)\}\right\rvert>1/2. \] We prove ... More

Invariant Hochschild cohomology of smooth functionsAug 24 2018Mar 14 2019Given an action of a Lie group on a smooth manifold, we discuss the induced action on the Hochschild cohomology of smooth functions, and notions of invariance on this space. Depending on whether one considers invariance of cochains or invariance of cohomology ... More

The Linear Ordering Polytope via RepresentationsSep 23 2011Oct 25 2011Let $P_n$ denote the $n$-th linear ordering polytope. We define projections from $P_n$ to the $n$-th permutahedron and to the $(n-1)$-st linear ordering polytope. Both projections are equivariant with respect to the natural $\Sn$-action and they project ... More

SL(n)-Covariant $L_p$-Minkowski ValuationsSep 18 2012Jul 01 2015All continuous SL(n)-covariant $L_p$-Minkowski valuations defined on convex bodies are completely classified. The $L_p$-moment body operators turn out to be the nontrivial prototypes of such maps.

Completing the classification of representations of $\mathrm{SL}_n$ with complete intersection invariant ringDec 05 2018We present a full list of all representations of the special linear group $\mathrm{SL}_n$ over the complex numbers with complete intersection invariant ring, completing the classification of Shmelkin. For this task, we combine three techniques. Firstly, ... More

Linearity in minimal resolutions of monomial idealsFeb 24 2017Mar 24 2017Let $S = k[x_1, \dotsc, x_n]$ be a polynomial ring over a field $k$ and let $M$ be a graded $S$-module with minimal free resolution $\mathbb{F}_\bullet$. Its linear part $lin(\mathbb{F}_\bullet)$ is obtained by deleting all non-linear entries from the ... More

A non-Golod ring with a trivial product on its Koszul homologyNov 16 2015Jan 30 2017We present a monomial ideal $\mathfrak{a} \subset S$ such that $S/\mathfrak{a}$ is not Golod, even though the product on its Koszul homology is trivial. This constitutes a counterexample to a well-known result by Berglund and J\"ollenbeck (the error can ... More

Stanley depth and simplicial spanning treesOct 14 2014Mar 09 2015We show that for proving the Stanley conjecture, it is sufficient to consider a very special class of monomial ideals. These ideals (or rather their lcm lattices) are in bijection with the simplicial spanning trees of skeletons of a simplex. We apply ... More

A response-matrix-centred approach to presenting cross-section measurementsMar 15 2019Mar 21 2019The current canonical approach to publishing cross-section data is to unfold the reconstructed distributions. Detector effects like efficiency and smearing are undone mathematically, yielding distributions in true event properties. This is an ill-posed ... More

Evaluation of the Intel Xeon Phi and NVIDIA K80 as accelerators for two-dimensional panel codesNov 06 2015To predict the properties of fluid flow over a solid geometry is an important engineering problem. In many applications so-called panel methods (or boundary element methods) have become the standard approach to solve the corresponding partial differential ... More

Moving Five-Branes and CosmologyOct 03 2002We discuss low-energy heterotic M-theory with five-branes in four and five dimensions and its application to moving brane cosmology.

The No-Boundary Wave Function and the Duration of the Inflationary PeriodSep 07 1994For the simplest minisuperspace model based on a homogeneous, isotropic metric and a minimally coupled scalar field we derive analytic expressions for the caustic which separates Euklidean and Minkowskian region and its breakdown value $\p_*$. This value ... More

Spontaneous breaking of Lorentz symmetry in (2+1)-dimensional QEDApr 21 2016Jul 21 2016The phase diagram of massless quantum electrodynamics in three space-time dimensions as a function of fermion flavor number $N$ exhibits two well-known phases: at large $N > N_c^{conf}$ the system is in a conformal gapless state, while for small $N < ... More

The structure of DGA resolutions of monomial idealsOct 20 2016Let $I \subset k[x_1, \dotsc, x_n]$ be a squarefree monomial ideal a polynomial ring. In this paper we study multiplications on the minimal free resolution $\mathbb{F}$ of $S/I$. In particular, we characterize the possible vectors of total Betti numbers ... More

Motion planning in high-dimensional spacesJun 19 2018Jul 19 2018Motion planning is a key tool that allows robots to navigate through an environment without collisions. The problem of robot motion planning has been studied in great detail over the last several decades, with researchers initially focusing on systems ... More

Small Sets with Large Difference SetsMay 24 2017For every $\epsilon > 0$ and $k \in \mathbb{N}$, Haight constructed a set $A \subset \mathbb{Z}_N$ ($\mathbb{Z}_N$ stands for the integers modulo $N$) for a suitable $N$, such that $A-A = \mathbb{Z}_N$ and $|kA| < \epsilon N$. Recently, Nathanson posed ... More

Newton-Machian analysis of Neo-tychonian model of planetary motionsJan 25 2013Feb 06 2013The calculation of the trajectories in the Sun-Earth-Mars system will be performed in two different models, both in the framework of Newtonian mechanics. First model is well-known Copernican system, which assumes the Sun is at rest and all the planets ... More

Relative convergence estimates for the spectral asymptotic in the Large Coupling LimitFeb 13 2009We prove optimal convergence estimates for eigenvalues and eigenvectors of a class of singular/stiff perturbed problems. Our profs are constructive in nature and use (elementary) techniques which are of current interest in computational Linear Algebra ... More

Boundary algebra of a GL$_m$-dimerApr 19 2018We consider GL$_m$-dimers of triangulations of regular convex $n$-gons, which give rise to a dimer model with boundary $Q$ and a dimer algebra $\Lambda_Q$. Let $e_b$ be the sum of the idempotents of all the boundary vertices, and $\mathcal{B}_Q:= e_b ... More

Heights of points with bounded ramificationJan 16 2012Nov 18 2013Let $E$ be an elliptic curve defined over a number field $K$ with fixed non-archimedean absolute value $v$ of split-multiplicative reduction, and let $f$ be an associated Latt\`es map. Baker proved in 2003 that the N\'eron-Tate height on $E$ is either ... More

Rasmussen's spectral sequences and the sl(N)-concordance invariantsOct 11 2013Jul 18 2014Combining known spectral sequences with a new spectral sequence relating reduced and unreduced sl(N)-homology yields a relationship between the Homflypt-homology of a knot and its sl(N)-concordance invariants. As an application, some of the sl(N)-concordance ... More

A magnetostatic energy formula arising from the $L^2$-orthogonal decomposition of the stray fieldNov 07 2016Jul 23 2018A formula for the magnetostatic energy of a finite magnet is proven. In contrast to common approaches, the new energy identity does not rely on evaluation of a nonlocal boundary integral inside the magnet or the solution of an equivalent Dirichlet problem. ... More

Algebraic Multilevel Methods for Markov ChainsNov 12 2017Dec 30 2017A new algebraic multilevel algorithm for computing the second eigenvector of a column-stochastic matrix is presented. The method is based on a deflation approach in a multilevel aggregation framework. In particular a square and stretch approach, first ... More

A magnetostatic energy formula arising from the $L^2$-orthogonal decomposition of the stray fieldNov 07 2016A formula for the magnetostatic energy of a finite magnet is proven. In contrast to common approaches, the new energy identity does not rely on evaluation of a nonlocal boundary integral inside the magnet or the solution of an equivalent Dirichlet problem. ... More

A digit reversal property for Stern polynomialsOct 01 2016We consider the following polynomial generalization of Stern's diatomic series: let $s_1(x,y)=1$ and for $n\geq 1$ set $s_{2n}(x,y)=s_n(x,y)$ and $s_{2n+1}(x,y)=x\,s_n(x,y)+y\,s_{n+1}(x,y)$. The coefficient $[x^iy^j]s_n(x,y)$ is the number of hyperbinary ... More

A topological classification of molecules and chemical reactions with a perplectic structureDec 20 2018In this paper, a topological classification of molecules and their chemical reactions on a single particle level is proposed. We consider 0-dimensional electronic Hamiltonians in a real-space tight-binding basis with spinless time-reversal symmetry and ... More

TraX: The visual Tracking eXchange Protocol and LibraryMay 12 2017In this paper we address the problem of developing on-line visual tracking algorithms. We present a specialized communication protocol that serves as a bridge between a tracker implementation and utilizing application. It decouples development of algorithms ... More

Commuting Contractive FamiliesJan 26 2016A family $f_1,...,f_n$ of operators on a complete metric space $X$ is called contractive if there exists a positive $\lambda < 1$ such that for any $x,y$ in $X$ we have $d(f_i(x),f_i(y)) \leq \lambda d(x,y)$ for some $i$. Austin conjectured that any commuting ... More

Time-dependent CP violation in $B$ decays at BelleDec 18 2013Using the full data sample collected with the Belle detector at the KEKB asymmetric-energy $e^+e^-$ collider, we present three recent measurements of time-dependent CP violation in $B$ decays, and a measurement of branching fraction of the $B^0\to\rho^0\rho^0$ ... More

Falsifying Baryogenesis with Neutrinoless Double Beta DecayMay 03 2016We discuss the relation between lepton number violation at high and low energies, particularly, the constraints on baryogenesis models, which would be implied by an observation of neutrinoless double beta decay. The primordial baryon asymmetry can be ... More

About a theorem of Wiener on the Bessel-Kingman HypergroupFeb 19 2016A theorem of Wiener on the circle group was strengthened and extended by Fournier in [2] to locally compact abelian groups and extended further to the Bessel-Kingman hypergroup with parameter {\alpha} = 1 / 2 by Bloom/Fournier/Leinert in [1]. We further ... More

On the Complexity of the Cayley Semigroup Membership ProblemFeb 02 2018Apr 14 2018We investigate the complexity of deciding, given a multiplication table representing a semigroup S, a subset X of S and an element t of S, whether t can be expressed as a product of elements of X. It is well-known that this problem is NL-complete and ... More

Path-by-path uniqueness of infinite-dimensional stochastic differential equationsJun 23 2017Consider the stochastic differential equation $\mathrm dX_t = -A X_t \,\mathrm dt + f(t, X_t) \,\mathrm dt + \mathrm dB_t$ in a (possibly infinite-dimensional) separable Hilbert space, where $B$ is a cylindrical Brownian motion and $f$ is a just measurable, ... More

Normality of the Thue--Morse sequence along Piatetski-Shapiro sequencesJul 17 2017We prove that for $1<c<4/3$ the subsequence of the Thue--Morse sequence $\mathbf t$ indexed by $\lfloor n^c\rfloor$ defines a normal sequence, that is, each finite sequence $(\varepsilon_0,\ldots,\varepsilon_{T-1})\in \{0,1\}^T$ occurs as a contiguous ... More

On the Hilbert series of the GrassmannianDec 15 2017We compute the Hilbert series of the complex Grassmannian using invariant theoretic methods and show that its h-polynomial coincides with the k-Narayana polynomial. We give a simplified formula for the h-polynomial of Schubert varieties. Finally, we use ... More

The level of distribution of the Thue--Morse sequenceMar 05 2018The level of distribution of a complex valued sequence $b$ measures "how well $b$ behaves" on arithmetic progressions $nd+a$. Determining whether $\theta$ is a level of distribution for $b$ involves summing a certain error over $d\leq D$, where $D$ depends ... More

On homology spheres with few minimal non facesJan 24 2011Apr 13 2011Let \Delta be a (d-1)-dimensional homology sphere on n vertices with m minimal non-faces. We consider the invariant \alpha := m - (n-d) and prove that for a given value of \alpha, there are only finitely many homology spheres that cannot be obtained through ... More

On Temple--Kato like inequalities and applicationsNov 16 2005May 16 2007We give both lower and upper estimates for eigenvalues of unbounded positive definite operators in an arbitrary Hilbert space. We show scaling robust relative eigenvalue estimates for these operators in analogy to such estimates of current interest in ... More

Period spacings in red giants II. Automated measurementFeb 16 2016The space missions CoRoT and Kepler have provided photometric data of unprecedented quality for asteroseismology. A very rich oscillation pattern has been discovered for red giants, including mixed modes that are used to decipher the red giants interiors. ... More

Red giants seismologyOct 17 2013The space-borne missions CoRoT and Kepler are indiscreet. With their asteroseismic programs, they tell us what is hidden deep inside the stars. Waves excited just below the stellar surface travel throughout the stellar interior and unveil many secrets: ... More

Sounding stellar cores with mixed modesOct 17 2013The space-borne missions CoRoT and Kepler have opened a new era in stellar physics, especially for evolved stars, with precise asteroseismic measurements that help determine precise stellar parameters and perform ensemble astero seismology. This paper ... More

Evolution of the gravity offset of mixed modes in RGB starsMay 14 2019Observations of mixed modes in evolved low-mass stars enable us to probe the properties of not only the outer envelope of these stars, but also their deep layers. Among the seismic parameters associated with mixed modes, the gravity offset, denoted with ... More

Incremental LSTM-based Dialog State TrackerJul 13 2015A dialog state tracker is an important component in modern spoken dialog systems. We present an incremental dialog state tracker, based on LSTM networks. It directly uses automatic speech recognition hypotheses to track the state. We also present the ... More

Nonlinear modes disentangle glassy and Goldstone modes in structural glassesOct 11 2016One outstanding problem in the physics of glassy solids is understanding the statistics and properties of the low-energy excitations that stem from the disorder that characterizes these systems' microstructure. In this work we introduce a family of algebraic ... More

Complete Relativistic Description of the N*(1520)Jan 24 2006A relativistic description of spin 3/2 resonances and their decay channels is presented by calculating their selfenergies and spectral functions. The full vector-spinor structure is taken into account. Special emphasis is put on the N*(1520) and its decay ... More

The NPC Framework for Building Information Dissemination NetworksMay 14 2003Jul 15 2003Numerous systems for dissemination, retrieval, and archiving of documents have been developed in the past. Those systems often focus on one of these aspects and are hard to extend and combine. Typically, the transmission protocols, query and filtering ... More

A Brane-World Explanation of the KARMEN AnomalyApr 13 2000Motivated by the anomaly in the KARMEN experiment, we study new possibilities for brane-world models of neutrino masses. We show that the KARMEN anomaly can be understood in the context of a six-dimensional brane-world model. The fine-tuning problem associated ... More

$ρ$-assoc and $ρ$-dist of wfs and f in $Σ$ and $\mathscr{L_{HA}}$-theory on 0-OLAug 10 2014Sep 26 2014In this paper we create peudo associativity ($\rho$-assoc) and peudo distributivity ($\rho$-dist) properties for not fundamental operators NFO $\downarrow$, $\uparrow$, using two semantic rules, also we build the proofs for this result in Hilbert-Ackermann ... More

An FET-Based Unit Cell for an Active Magnetic MetamaterialJun 21 2011A particle that can be used to create an active magnetic metamaterial has been designed using an FET transistor loaded in its gate by a conducting ring and in its source by a parallel resonance circuit. The design procedure is discussed and the working ... More

Lower bound for the mean square distance between classical and quantum spin correlationsNov 09 2010Bell's theorem prevents local Kolmogorov-simulations of the singlet state of two spin-1/2 particles. We derive a positive lower bound for the $L^{2}% $-distance between the quantum mechanical spin singlet anticorrelation function $\cos$ and any of its ... More

DNA-Inspired Information ConcealingApr 28 2009Protection of the sensitive content is crucial for extensive information sharing. We present a technique of information concealing, based on introduction and maintenance of families of repeats. Repeats in DNA constitute a basic obstacle for its reconstruction ... More

Decoherence in Pre-Big-Bang CosmologyMar 25 1996We analyze the quantum cosmology of the simplest pre--big--bang model without dilaton potential. In addition to the minisuperspace variables we include inhomogeneous dilaton fluctuations and determine their wave function on a semiclassical background. ... More

Heuristic key to Physics beyond the Standard Model:Modification of the QFTs so as to make their diagrams convergentMar 21 2015Apr 15 2017Objective: To figure out the underlying physics of QFTs by following the Feynman heuristics lore: I think equation guessing might be the best method to proceed to obtain the laws for the part of physics which is presently unknown. Application: Collider ... More

Evidence for X(3872) from DD* scattering on the latticeJul 19 2013Oct 16 2013A candidate for the charmonium(like) state X(3872) is found 11 +/- 7 MeV below the DD* threshold using dynamical Nf=2 lattice simulation with J^PC=1^++ and I=0. This is the first lattice simulation that establishes a candidate for X(3872) in addition ... More

Scattering phase shifts for two particles of different mass and non-zero total momentum in lattice QCDFeb 09 2012May 15 2012We derive the relation between the scattering phase shift and the two-particle energy in the finite box, which is relevant for extracting the strong phase shifts in lattice QCD. We consider elastic scattering of two particles with different mass and with ... More

Modeling quantum scattering of fundamental particles by classical, deterministic processesSep 15 2008We point out that results obtained by M. Ribaric and L. Sustersic, hep-th/0403084, and by M. Blasone, P. Jizba and H. Kleinert, quant-ph/0409021, suggest that the path-integral formalism is the key to a derivation of quantum physics from classical, deterministic ... More

Empirical relationship as a stepping-stone to theoryOct 06 2008Dec 09 2017Motivation: Empirical relationship as a stepping-stone to physical law. Objective: We consider construction of empirical equations as an individual subject of computational physics. Method: We study empirical way to Planck law and van der Waals equation. ... More

Regularization of QED by a generalized 't Hooft and Veltman methodSep 29 1999Jun 05 2000Generalizing the 't Hooft and Veltman method of unitary regulators, we demonstrate for the first time the existence of local, Lorentz-invariant, physically motivated Lagrangians of quantum-electrodynamic phenomena such that: (i) Feynman diagrams are finite ... More