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Normal Vectors on Modified Hopf Manifolds of Delay Differential EquationsMar 13 2019This document states the normal vector system for modified Hopf boundaries of delay differential systems with state and parameter dependent delays. Specifically, it states the proof for Proposition 1 in the paper entitled "Robust optimization of delay ... More
A method for the optimization of nonlinear systems with delays that guarantees stability and robustnessMar 13 2019We present a method for the steady state optimization of nonlinear delay differential equations. The method ensures stability and robustness, where a system is called robust if it remains stable despite uncertain parameters. Essentially, we ensure stability ... More
On the structure of the set of active sets in constrained linear quadratic regulationAug 10 2018The constrained linear quadratic regulation problem is solved by a continuous piecewise affine function on a set of state space polytopes. It is an obvious question whether this solution can be built up iteratively by increasing the horizon, i.e., by ... More
Improved automatic computation of Hessian matrix spectral boundsJul 22 2015This paper presents a fast and powerful method for the computation of eigenvalue bounds for Hessian matrices $\nabla^2 \varphi(x) $ of nonlinear functions $\varphi: U \subseteq R^n\rightarrow R$ on hyperrectangles $B \subset U$. The method is based on ... More
Efficient Computation of Spectral Bounds for Hessian Matrices on Hyperrectangles for Global OptimizationJun 01 2012We compare two established and a new method for the calculation of spectral bounds for Hessian matrices on hyperrectangles by applying them to a large collection of 1522 objective and constraint functions extracted from benchmark global optimization problems. ... More
A New Riemannian Setting for Surface RegistrationJun 03 2011Sep 19 2014We present a new approach for matching regular surfaces in a Riemannian setting. We use a Sobolev type metric on deformation vector fields which form the tangent bundle to the space of surfaces. In this article we compare our approach with the diffeomorphic ... More
Quantum integrable Toda like systemsOct 14 1998Using deformation quantization and suitable 2 by 2 quantum $R$-matrices we show that a list of Toda like classical integrable systems given by Y.B.Suris is quantum integrable in the sense that the classical conserved quantities (which are already in involution ... More
Algorithmic Optimisations for Iterative Deconvolution MethodsApr 26 2013We investigate possibilities to speed up iterative algorithms for non-blind image deconvolution. We focus on algorithms in which convolution with the point-spread function to be deconvolved is used in each iteration, and aim at accelerating these convolution ... More
Optimal Partitioning for Dual-Pivot QuicksortMar 21 2013Oct 13 2015Dual-pivot quicksort refers to variants of classical quicksort where in the partitioning step two pivots are used to split the input into three segments. This can be done in different ways, giving rise to different algorithms. Recently, a dual-pivot algorithm ... More
Open-closed modular operads, Cardy condition and string field theoryNov 26 2016We prove that the modular operad of diffeomorphism classes of Riemann surfaces with both `open' and `closed' boundary components, in the sense of string field theory, is the modular completion of its genus 0 part quotiented by the Cardy condition. We ... More
Neutralino Dark Matter and the CurvatonNov 30 2006Mar 09 2007We build a realistic model of curvaton cosmology, in which the energy content is described by radiation, WIMP dark matter and a curvaton component. We calculate the curvature and isocurvature perturbations, allowing for arbitrary initial density perturbations ... More
Pebble Games and Linear EquationsApr 09 2012Mar 24 2015We give a new, simplified and detailed account of the correspondence between levels of the Sherali-Adams relaxation of graph isomorphism and levels of pebble-game equivalence with counting (higher-dimensional Weisfeiler-Lehman colour refinement). The ... More
I^K-convergenceSep 13 2011In this paper we introduce I^K-convergence which is a common generalization of the I^K-convergence of sequences, double sequences and nets. We show that many results that were shown before for these special cases are true for the I^K-convergence, too
Modern Regularization Methods for Inverse ProblemsJan 30 2018Regularization methods are a key tool in the solution of inverse problems. They are used to introduce prior knowledge and make the approximation of ill-posed (pseudo-)inverses feasible. In the last two decades interest has shifted from linear towards ... More
Tail Properties of Multivariate Archimedean CopulasAug 10 2010In this thesis, the tail properties of multivariate Archimedean copulas are investigated using known representation theorems involving L1-norm symmetric distributions and the Williamson d-transform. Several new results on the asymptotic properties of ... More
The asymptotics of an eigenfunction-correlation determinant for Dirac-$δ$ perturbationsMar 12 2015We prove the exact asymptotics of the scalar product of the ground states of two non-interacting Fermi gases confined to a $3$-dimensional ball $B_L$ of radius $L$ in the thermodynamic limit, where the underlying one-particle operators differ by a Dirac-$\delta$ ... More
Finite-size energy of non-interacting Fermi gasesJun 14 2014Feb 23 2016We prove the asymptotics of the difference of the ground-state energies of two non-interacting $N$-particle Fermi gases on the half line of length $L$ in the thermodynamic limit up to order $1/L$. We are particularly interested in subdominant terms proportional ... More
Target echo strength modelling at FOI, including results from the BeTSSi II workshopApr 08 2016An overview of the target echo strength (TS) modelling capacity at the Swedish Defense Research Agency (FOI) is presented. The modelling methods described range from approximate ones, such as raytracing and Kirchhoff approximation codes, to high accuracy ... More
Confluence of singularities in hypergeometric systemsNov 03 2015A system in a Birkhoff normal form with an irregular singularity of Poincare rank 1 at the origin and a regular singularity at infinity is through the Borel-Laplace transform dual to a system in an Okubo form. Schafke has showed that the Birkhoff system ... More
Necrotic tumor growth: an analytic approachApr 13 2011Apr 11 2012The present paper deals with a free boundary problem modeling the growth process of necrotic multi-layer tumors. We prove the existence of flat stationary solutions and determine the linearization of our model at such an equilibrium. Finally, we compute ... More
Estimation of Zero Intelligence Models by L1 DataApr 22 2015Apr 25 2016A unit volume zero intelligence (ZI) model is defined and the distribution of its L1 process is recursively described. Further, a generalized ZI (GZI) model allowing non-unit market orders, shifts of quotes and general in-spread events is proposed and ... More
Software that Learns from its Own FailuresFeb 03 2015All non-trivial software systems suffer from unanticipated production failures. However, those systems are passive with respect to failures and do not take advantage of them in order to improve their future behavior: they simply wait for them to happen ... More
Was ist Unendlichkeit - und wenn ja, wie viele?Oct 17 2013This article, written in German language, gives a very elementary introduction to infinite sets. It is meant for interested non-mathematicians.
Non-Zeeman Circular Polarization of Molecular Maser Spectral LinesSep 04 2014We apply the anisotropic resonant scattering model developed to explain the presence of non-Zeeman circular polarization signals recently detected in the $^{12}\mathrm{CO}\;\left(J=2\rightarrow1\right)$ and $\left(J=1\rightarrow0\right)$ transitions in ... More
AdS twistors for higher spin theoryDec 19 2004We construct spectra of supersymmetric higher spin theories in D=4, 5 and 7 from twistors describing massless (super-)particles on AdS spaces. A massless twistor transform is derived in a geometric way from classical kinematics. Relaxing the spin-shell ... More
A Center-Symmetric 1/N ExpansionOct 26 2004Dec 13 2004The free energy of U(N) gauge theory is expanded about a center-symmetric topological background configuration with vanishing action and vanishing Polyakov loops. We construct this background for SU(N) lattice gauge theory and show that it uniquely describes ... More
Local Measure of Convex Surfaces induced by the Wiener Measure of PathsNov 10 2009The Wiener measure induces a measure of closed, convex, (d-1)-dimensional, Euclidean (hyper-)surfaces that are the convex hulls of closed d-dimensional Brownian bridges. I present arguments and numerical evidence that this measure, for odd d, is generated ... More
Pricing European Options in Realistic MarketsOct 06 2002We investigate the relation between the fair price for European-style vanilla options and the distribution of short-term returns on the underlying asset ignoring transaction and other costs. We compute the risk-neutral probability density conditional ... More
Influence of Tissue Geometry on Transversal RelaxationMay 27 2013With today's NMR techniques some microscopic geometry of tissue can still not be resolved directly. Often, there is also a specific off resonance field related to this geometry. In this work the impact of these off resonances on the transverse relaxation ... More
An interpolation theorem in toric varietiesDec 13 2006In the spirit of a theorem of Wood, we give necessary and sufficient conditions for a family of germs of analytic hypersurfaces in a smooth projective toric variety X to be interpolated by an algebraic hypersurface with a fixed class in the Picard group ... More
Pair production in classical Stueckelberg-Horwitz-Piron electrodynamicsApr 06 2016In this paper we calculate pair production from bremsstrahlung as a classical effect in Stueckelberg-Horwitz-Piron electrodynamics. In this framework, worldlines are traced out dynamically through the evolution of events $x^\mu(\tau)$ parameterized by ... More
A 2.542-Approximation for Precedence Constrained Single Machine Scheduling with Release Dates and Total Weighted Completion Time ObjectiveMar 15 2016Apr 21 2016We present a $\sqrt{e}/(\sqrt{e}-1)$-approximation algorithm for the nonpreemptive scheduling problem to minimize the total weighted completion time of jobs on a single machine subject to release dates and precedence constraints. The previously best known ... More
Thick domain walls and singular spacesFeb 05 2000Jul 17 2000We discuss thick domain walls interpolating between spaces with naked singularities and give arguments based on the $AdS$/CFT correspondence why such singularities may be physically meaningful. Our examples include thick domain walls with Minkowski, de ... More
Connected component identification and cluster update on GPUMay 29 2011Jun 12 2011Cluster identification tasks occur in a multitude of contexts in physics and engineering such as, for instance, cluster algorithms for simulating spin models, percolation simulations, segmentation problems in image processing, or network analysis. While ... More
Simulating spin models on GPUJun 19 2010Jun 07 2011Over the last couple of years it has been realized that the vast computational power of graphics processing units (GPUs) could be harvested for purposes other than the video game industry. This power, which at least nominally exceeds that of current CPUs ... More
Overconvergent subanalytic subsets in the framework of Berkovich spacesNov 28 2012Oct 29 2013We study the class of overconvergent subanalytic subsets of a $k$-affinoid space $X$ when $k$ is a non-archimedean field. These are the images along the projection $X \times B^n \to X$ of subsets defined with inequalities between functions of $X\times ... More
A Momentous Arrow of TimeOct 16 2009Quantum cosmology offers a unique stage to address questions of time related to its underlying (and perhaps truly quantum dynamical) meaning as well as its origin. Some of these issues can be analyzed with a general scheme of quantum cosmology, others ... More
Large scale effective theory for cosmological bouncesAug 21 2006Mar 27 2007An exactly solvable bounce model in loop quantum cosmology is identified which serves as a perturbative basis for realistic bounce scenarios. Its bouncing solutions are derived analytically, demonstrating why recent numerical simulations robustly led ... More
Quantum CosmologyMar 28 2006Quantum cosmology in general denotes the application of quantum physics to the whole universe and thus gives rise to many realizations and examples, covering problems at different mathematical and conceptual levels. It is related to quantum gravity and ... More
Loop Quantum CosmologyJan 20 2006Quantum gravity is expected to be necessary in order to understand situations where classical general relativity breaks down. In particular in cosmology one has to deal with initial singularities, i.e. the fact that the backward evolution of a classical ... More
(Loop) quantum gravity and the inflationary scenarioSep 06 2015Quantum gravity, as a fundamental theory of space-time, is expected to reveal how the universe may have started, perhaps during or before an inflationary epoch. It may then leave a potentially observable (but probably minuscule) trace in cosmic large-scale ... More
Mathematical Structure of Loop Quantum Cosmology: Homogeneous ModelsJun 26 2012Dec 30 2013The mathematical structure of homogeneous loop quantum cosmology is analyzed, starting with and taking into account the general classification of homogeneous connections not restricted to be Abelian. As a first consequence, it is seen that the usual approach ... More
Quantum nature of cosmological bouncesJan 25 2008Several examples are known where quantum gravity effects resolve the classical big bang singularity by a bounce. The most detailed analysis has probably occurred for loop quantum cosmology of isotropic models sourced by a free, massless scalar. Once a ... More
Quantum gravity and cosmological observationsJan 26 2007Quantum gravity places entirely new challenges on the formulation of a consistent theory as well as on an extraction of potentially observable effects. Quantum corrections due to the gravitational field are commonly expected to be tiny because of the ... More
Quantum Geometry and its Implications for Black HolesJul 28 2006General relativity successfully describes space-times at scales that we can observe and probe today, but it cannot be complete as a consequence of singularity theorems. For a long time there have been indications that quantum gravity will provide a more ... More
Inflation from Quantum GeometryJun 18 2002Quantum geometry predicts that a universe evolves through an inflationary phase at small volume before exiting gracefully into a standard Friedmann phase. This does not require the introduction of additional matter fields with ad hoc potentials; rather, ... More
Isotropic Loop Quantum CosmologyFeb 21 2002Isotropic models in loop quantum cosmology allow explicit calculations, thanks largely to a completely known volume spectrum, which is exploited in order to write down the evolution equation in a discrete internal time. Because of genuinely quantum geometrical ... More
Loop Quantum Cosmology III: Wheeler-DeWitt OperatorsAug 22 2000In the framework of loop quantum cosmology anomaly free quantizations of the Hamiltonian constraint for Bianchi class A, locally rotationally symmetric and isotropic models are given. Basic ideas of the construction in (non-symmetric) loop quantum gravity ... More
Loop Quantum Cosmology I: KinematicsOct 28 1999The framework of quantum symmetry reduction is applied to loop quantum gravity with respect to transitively acting symmetry groups. This allows to test loop quantum gravity in a large class of minisuperspaces and to investigate its features - e.g. the ... More
Bounds for the Hilbert function of polynomial ideals and for the degrees in the NullstellensatzOct 04 1996We present a new effective Nullstellensatz with bounds for the degrees which depend not only on the number of variables and on the degrees of the input polynomials but also on an additional parameter called the {\it geometric degree of the system of equations}. ... More
Spin chains and string theoryNov 23 2003Apr 14 2004Recently, an impressive agreement was found between anomalous dimensions of certain operators in N=4 SYM and rotating strings with two angular momenta in the bulk of AdS5xS5. A one-loop field theory computation, which involves solving a Heisenberg chain ... More
Planar diagrams in light-cone gaugeMar 27 2006Oct 20 2006We consider the open string vacuum amplitude determining the interaction between a stack of N D3-branes and a single probe brane. When using light cone gauge, it is clear that the sum of planar diagrams (relevant in the large-N limit) is described by ... More
Supergravity backgrounds corresponding to D7 branes wrapped on Kahler manifoldsOct 24 2003Nov 05 2003We consider supergravity solutions corresponding to D7 branes wrapped on Kahler manifolds with a U(1)_R twist such that some supersymmetry is preserved. We find a class of 1/4-BPS backgrounds where a D7-brane is wrapped on a T^2 torus with a metric of ... More
The pulsar contribution to the diffuse galactic gamma-ray emissionJun 16 1997Here we investigate to what extent unresolved \gr pulsars contribute to the galactic diffuse emission, and further whether unresolved \gr pulsars can be made responsible for the excess of diffuse galactic emission above 1 GeV which has been observed by ... More
Compressing Word EmbeddingsNov 19 2015May 16 2016Recent methods for learning vector space representations of words have succeeded in capturing fine-grained semantic and syntactic regularities using vector arithmetic. However, these vector space representations (created through large-scale text analysis) ... More
The stability of late-type stars close to the Eddington limitOct 15 1997Super-Eddington luminosities in hydrostatic model atmospheres manifest themselves by the presence of gas pressure inversions. Such inversions are not an artifact of the assumption of hydrostatic equilibrium but can also be present in hydrodynamical model ... More
Symmetric orthogonality and contractive projections in metric spacesApr 07 2016In this paper known result of symmetric orthogonality, as introduced by G. Birkhoff, and contractive nearest point projections from the linear are extended to the metric setting. If the space has non-positive curvature in the sense Pedersen or Busemann ... More
A Note on Lipschitz Continuity of Solutions of Poisson Equations in Metric Measure SpacesJul 08 2013Jul 17 2013In this note we show how to adjust some proofs of Koskela et. al 2003 and Jiang 2011 in order to show that in certain spaces $(X,d,\mu)$, like $RCD(K,N)$-spaces, every Sobolev function with local $L^{p}$-Laplacian and $p>\dim\mu$ is locally Lipschitz ... More
q-heat flow and the gradient flow of the Renyi entropy in the p-Wasserstein spaceJan 04 2014Based on the idea of a recent paper by Ambrosio-Gigli-Savar\'e in Invent. Math. (2013), we show that flow of the $q$-Cheeger energy, called $q$-heat flow, solves the gradient flow problem of the Renyi entropy functional in the $p$-Wasserstein. For that, ... More
Symplectic quotients by a nonabelian group and by its maximal torusJan 01 2000This paper examines the relationship between the symplectic quotient X//G of a Hamiltonian G-manifold X, and the associated symplectic quotient X//T, where T is a maximal torus, in the case in which X//G is a compact manifold or orbifold. The three main ... More
Observing the molecular composition of galaxiesAug 20 2009The recent availability of wideband receivers and high sensitivity instruments in the mm and submm wavelengths has opened the possibility of studying in detail the chemistry of the interstellar medium in extragalactic objects. Within the central few hundred ... More
Semiclassical Transition from an Elliptical to an Oval BilliardNov 14 1996Semiclassical approximations often involve the use of stationary phase approximations. This method can be applied when $\hbar$ is small in comparison to relevant actions or action differences in the corresponding classical system. In many situations, ... More
Quaternionic Quantization Principle in General Relativity and SupergravityOct 28 2015Sep 01 2016A generalized quantization principle is considered, which incorporates nontrivial commutation relations of the components of the variables of the quantized theory with the components of the corresponding canonical conjugated momenta referring to other ... More
Gauge Theories under Incorporation of a Generalized Uncertainty PrincipleAug 01 2010Dec 05 2011There is considered an extension of gauge theories according to the assumption of a generalized uncertainty principle which implies a minimal length scale. A modification of the usual uncertainty principle implies an extended shape of matter field equations ... More
Random sets and exact confidence regionsFeb 08 2013Oct 15 2013An important problem in statistics is the construction of confidence regions for unknown parameters. In most cases, asymptotic distribution theory is used to construct confidence regions, so any coverage probability claims only hold approximately, for ... More
Successive minima of projective toric varietiesSep 16 2002Jun 02 2004We compute the successive minima of the projective toric variety $X_\cA$ associated to a finite set $ \cA \subset \Z^n$. As a consequence of this computation and of the results of S.-W. Zhang on the distribution of small points, we derive estimates for ... More
Design of a technique to measure the density of ultracold atoms in a short-period optical lattice in three dimensions with single atom sensitivityNov 25 2010Mar 22 2011A measurement technique is described which has the potential to map the atomic site occupancies of ultracold atoms in a short-period three-dimensional optical lattice. The method uses accordion and pinning lattices, together with polarization gradient ... More
Real Computation with Least Discrete Advice: A Complexity Theory of Nonuniform ComputabilityNov 24 2008Sep 02 2009It is folklore particularly in numerical and computer sciences that, instead of solving some general problem f:A->B, additional structural information about the input x in A (that is any kind of promise that x belongs to a certain subset A' of A) should ... More
Effectively Open Real FunctionsJan 12 2005Jun 17 2005A function f is continuous iff the PRE-image f^{-1}[V] of any open set V is open again. Dual to this topological property, f is called OPEN iff the IMAGE f[U] of any open set U is open again. Several classical Open Mapping Theorems in Analysis provide ... More
Physically-Relativized Church-Turing HypothesesMay 09 2008We turn `the' Church-Turing Hypothesis from an ambiguous source of sensational speculations into a (collection of) sound and well-defined scientific problem(s): Examining recent controversies, and causes for misunderstanding, concerning the state of the ... More
Finiteness results for Teichmueller curvesSep 04 2005We show that for each genus there are only finitely many algebraically primitive Teichmueller curves C, such that i) C lies in the hyperelliptic locus and ii) C is generated by an abelian differential with two zeros of order g-1. We prove moreover that ... More
Prym covers, theta functions and Kobayashi curves in Hilbert modular surfacesNov 10 2011Algebraic curves in Hilbert modular surfaces that are totally geodesic for the Kobayashi metric have very interesting geometric and arithmetic properties, e.g. they are rigid. There are very few methods known to construct such algebraic geodesics that ... More
Quasar Structure Emerges from the Three Forms of Radiation PressureJan 17 2012All quasar spectra show the same atomic features in the optical, UV, near-IR and soft X-rays over all of cosmic time, luminosity black hole mass and accretion rate. This is a puzzle. Here I show that it is possible that all of these atomic features can ... More
Type 1 AGN UnificationSep 27 2001The model I recently proposed for the structure of quasars offers to unify the many aspects of Type 1 AGN: emission lines, absorption lines and reflection features. This makes the model heavily overconstrained by observation and readily tested. Here I ... More
Hypermodular Self-Assembling Space Solar Power -- Design Option for Mid-Term GEO Utility-Scale Power PlantsNov 18 2013Nov 23 2013This paper presents a design for scaleable space solar power systems based on free-flying reflectors and module self-assembly. Lower system cost of utility-scale space solar power is achieved by design independence of yet-to-be-built in-space assembly ... More
An exact result concerning the $1/f$ noise contribution to the large-angle error in CMB temperature and polarization mapsFeb 26 2016Feb 29 2016We present an exact expression for the $1/f$ contribution to the noise of the CMB temperature and polarization maps for a survey in which the scan pattern is isotropic. The result for polarization applies likewise to surveys with and without a rotating ... More
Fluctuation Kinetics in a Multispecies Reaction-Diffusion SystemOct 11 1995We study fluctuation effects in a two species reaction-diffusion system, with three competing reactions $A+A\rightarrow\emptyset$, $B+B\rightarrow\emptyset$, and $A+B\rightarrow\emptyset$. Asymptotic density decay rates are calculated for $d\leq 2$ using ... More
UV, optical and near-IR diagnostics of massive starsOct 26 2010We present an overview of a few spectroscopic diagnostics of massive stars. We explore the following wavelength ranges: UV (1000 to 2000 A), optical (4000--7000 A) and near-infrared (mainly H and K bands). The diagnostics we highlight are available in ... More
Square root voting in the Council of the European Union: Rounding effects and the Jagiellonian CompromiseDec 17 2007May 19 2008In recent years, enlargement of the European Union has brought with it renewed discussion of voting arrangements in the Council of the EU. During these negotiations, the Polish government proposed a voting scheme that gives each country a voting weight ... More
Geometrical origins of contractility in disordered actomyosin networksJul 24 2014Movement within eukaryotic cells largely originates from localized forces exerted by myosin motors on scaffolds of actin filaments. Although individual motors locally exert both contractile and extensile forces, large actomyosin structures at the cellular ... More
Irradiation Tests and Expected Performance of Readout Electronics of the ATLAS Hadronic Endcap Calorimeter for the HL-LHCSep 03 2013The readout electronics of the ATLAS Hadronic Endcap Calorimeter (HEC) will have to withstand an about 3-5 times larger radiation environment at the future high-luminosity LHC (HLLHC) compared to their design values. The preamplifier and summing boards ... More
Local Langlands Duality and a Duality of Conformal Field TheoriesJun 01 2015We show that the numerical local Langlands duality for GL_n and the T - duality of two-dimensional quantum gravity arise from one and the same symmetry principle. The unifying theme is that the local Fourier transform in both its l-adic and complex incarnation ... More
Duality of 2D gravity as a local Fourier dualityMay 22 2014May 07 2015The p - q duality is a relation between the (p,q) model and the (q,p) model of two-dimensional quantum gravity. Geometrically this duality corresponds to a relation between the two relevant points of the Sato Grassmannian. Kharchev and Marshakov have ... More
Can one improve the Froissart bound?Dec 03 2008Feb 20 2009We explain why we hope that the Froissart bound can be improved, either qualitatively or, more likely, quantitatively, by making a better use of unitarity, in particular elastic unitarity. In other instances (Gribov's theorem) elastic unitarity played ... More
Belief decision support and reject for textured images characterizationJul 03 2008The textured images' classification assumes to consider the images in terms of area with the same texture. In uncertain environment, it could be better to take an imprecise decision or to reject the area corresponding to an unlearning class. Moreover, ... More
The status of the heavy quark systemsMay 15 2007We review various inequalities on the order and the spacing of energy levels, wave function at the origin, etc... which were obtained since 1977 in the framework of the Schrodinger equation and applied to quarkonium and also to muonic atoms and alcaline ... More
Baryons made of heavy quarks at the LHCSep 29 2014Oct 08 2014Baryons made of heavy quarks are extremely interesting and could be seen at the LHC.
Constraints on the tachyon condensate from anomalous symmetriesNov 27 2000Using anomalous symmetries of the cubic string field theory vertex we derive set of relations between the coefficients of the tachyon condensate. They are in agreement with the results obtained from level truncation approximation.
Mapping of Parent Hamiltonians: from Abelian and non-Abelian Quantum Hall States to Exact Models of Critical Spin ChainsSep 28 2011This monograph introduces an exact model for a critical spin chain with arbitrary spin S, which includes the Haldane--Shastry model as the special case S=1/2. While spinons in the Haldane--Shastry model obey abelian half-fermi statistics, the spinons ... More
Confinement in a Quantum MagnetNov 24 2009The elementary excitations of a state of matter consisting of large collection of interacting particles can be very different from the original particles. In the most interesting examples, the particles effectively decompose into smaller constituent particles, ... More
Statistical Phases and Momentum Spacings for One-Dimensional AnyonsJul 06 2007Anyons and fractional statistics are by now well established in two-dimensional systems. In one dimension, fractional statistics has been established so far only through Haldane's fractional exclusion principle, but not via a fractional phase the wave ... More
Microscopic formulation of the hierarchy of quantized Hall statesNov 29 1993Explicit wave functions for the hierarchy of fractionally quantized Hall states are proposed, and a method for integrating out the quasiparticle coordinates in the spherical geometry is developed. Their energies and overlaps with the exact ground states ... More
Holographic Renormalization in Teleparallel GravityOct 22 2015Jul 28 2016We consider the problem of IR divergences of the action in the covariant formulation of teleparallel gravity in asymptotically Minkowski spacetimes. We show that divergences are caused by inertial effects and can be removed by adding an appropriate surface ... More
Growth enhanced surface diffusion and elastic instability on amorphous solidsApr 12 2000Apr 18 2000A continuum model for growth of solids is developed, considering adatom deposition, surface diffusion, and configuration dependent incorporation rate. For amorphous solids it is related to surface energy densities. The high adatom density leads to growth ... More
Suborbifolds, quotients and transversalityDec 30 2015Nov 22 2016Inspired by work of Borzellino and Brunsden, we generalize the notion of a submanifold identifying a natural and sufficiently general condition which guarantees that a subset of an (effective) orbifold carries itself a canonical induced orbifold structure. ... More
On static solutions of the Einstein - Scalar Field equationsJul 16 2015Jan 31 2016In this article we study self-gravitating static solutions of the Einstein-ScalarField system in arbitrary dimensions. We discuss the existence and the non-existence of geodesically complete solutions depending on the form of the scalar field potential ... More
The Constant Mean Curvature Einstein flow and the Bel-Robinson energyMay 21 2007Sep 19 2008We give an extensive treatment of the Constant Mean Curvature (CMC) Einstein flow from the point of view of the Bel-Robinson energies. The article, in particular, stresses on estimates showing how the Bel-Robinson energies and the volume of the evolving ... More
The ground state and the long-time evolution in the CMC Einstein flowSep 19 2008Let (g,K)(k) be a CMC (vacuum) Einstein flow over a compact three-manifold M with non-positive Yamabe invariant (Y(M)). As noted by Fischer and Moncrief, the reduced volume V(k)=(-k/3)^{3}Vol_{g(k)}(M) is monotonically decreasing in the expanding direction ... More
A note on Kasparov productsMar 31 2011Combining Kasparov's theorem of Voiculesu and Cuntz's description of $KK$-theory in terms of quasihomomorphisms, we give a simple construction of the Kasparov product. This will be used in a more general context of locally convex algebras in order to ... More
Variable and clause elimination for LTL satisfiability checkingJun 24 2013Sep 30 2013We study preprocessing techniques for clause normal forms of LTL formulas. Applying the mechanism of labelled clauses enables us to reinterpret LTL satisfiability as a set of purely propositional problems and thus to transfer simplification ideas from ... More