Results for "Pierluigi Moseneder Frajria"

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Spherical nilpotent orbits and abelian subalgebras in isotropy representationsJul 12 2016Jul 27 2016Let $G$ be a simply connected semisimple algebraic group with Lie algebra $\mathfrak g$, let $G_0 \subset G$ be the symmetric subgroup defined by an algebraic involution $\sigma$ and let $\mathfrak g_1 \subset \mathfrak g$ be the isotropy representation ... More
Conformal embeddings of affine vertex algebras in minimal $W$-algebras II: decompositionsApr 04 2016May 20 2016This paper is a continuation of arXiv:1602.04687. We present methods for computing the explicit decomposition of the minimal simple affine $W$-algebra $W_k(\mathfrak g, \theta)$ at a conformal level $k$ as a module for its maximal affine subalgebra $\mathcal ... More
Casimir operators, abelian subspaces and u-cohomologyMay 15 2007Jun 05 2007This survey paper is an exposition of old and recent results of Kostant and al. on the relationships between the exterior algebra of a simple Lie algebra and the action of the Casimir operator on it. Our exposition relies on u-cohomology and it is basically ... More
The $\hat W$-orbit of $ρ$, Kostant's formula for powers of the Euler product and affine Weyl groups as permutations of ZJul 29 2005Apr 08 2006Let an affine Weyl group $\hat W$ act as a group of affine transformations on a real vector space V. We analyze the $\hat W$-orbit of a regular element in V and deduce applications to Kostant's formula for powers of the Euler product and to the representations ... More
ad-nilpotent ideals containing a fixed number of simple root spacesJan 09 2004May 02 2009We give formulas for the number of ad-nilpotent ideals of a Borel subalgebra of a Lie algebra of type B or D containing a fixed number of root spaces attached to simple roots. This result solves positively a conjecture of Panyushev (cf. D. Panyushev, ... More
Abelian subalgebras in Z_2-graded Lie algebras and affine Weyl groupsNov 23 2003Mar 04 2004Let g=g_0+ g_1 be a simple Z_2-graded Lie algebra and let b_0 be a fixed Borel subalgebra of g_0. We describe and enumerate the abelian b_0-stable subalgebras of g_1.
Symmetries of abelian ideals of Borel subalgebrasJan 11 2013Jul 28 2013Elaborating on a paper by Suter, we provide a detailed description of the automorphism group of the poset of abelian ideals in a Borel subalgebra of a finite dimensional complex simple Lie algebra.
Spherical nilpotent orbits and abelian subalgebras in isotropy representationsJul 12 2016Nov 27 2016Let $G$ be a simply connected semisimple algebraic group with Lie algebra $\mathfrak g$, let $G_0 \subset G$ be the symmetric subgroup defined by an algebraic involution $\sigma$ and let $\mathfrak g_1 \subset \mathfrak g$ be the isotropy representation ... More
Conformal embeddings and simple current extensionsOct 24 2012Feb 18 2014In this paper we investigate the structure of intermediate vertex algebras associated with a maximal conformal embedding of a reductive Lie algebra in a semisimple Lie algebra of classical type.
The Bruhat order on abelian ideals of Borel subalgebrasJun 22 2018Sep 17 2018Let G be a quasi simple algebraic group over an algebraically closed field k whose characteristic is not very bad for G, and let B be a Borel subgroup of G with Lie algebra b. Given a B-stable abelian subalgebra a of the nilradical of b, we parametrize ... More
Denominator identities for finite-dimensional Lie superalgebras and Howe duality for compact dual pairsFeb 18 2011Jan 10 2012We provide formulas for the denominator and superdenominator of a basic classical type Lie superalgebra for any set of positive roots. We establish a connection between certain sets of positive roots and the theory of reductive dual pairs of real Lie ... More
On the Kernel of the affine Dirac operatorApr 22 2008Sep 14 2009Let L be a finite-dimensional semisimple Lie algebra with a non-degenerate invariant bilinear form, \sigma an elliptic automorphism of L leaving the form invariant, and A a \sigma-invariant reductive subalgebra of L, such that the restriction of the form ... More
Decomposition rules for conformal pairs associated to symmetric spaces and abelian subalgebras of Z_2-graded Lie algebrasJun 15 2005Jan 23 2006We give uniform formulas for the branching rules of level 1 modules over orthogonal affine Lie algebras for all conformal pairs associated to symmetric spaces. We also provide a combinatorial intepretation of these formulas in terms of certain abelian ... More
Multiplets of representations, twisted Dirac operators and Vogan's conjecture in affine settingApr 25 2007Oct 02 2007We extend classical results of Kostant and al. on multiplets of representations of finite-dimensional Lie algebras and on the cubic Dirac operator to the setting of affine Lie algebras and twisted affine cubic Dirac operator. We prove in this setting ... More
On the structure of Borel stable abelian subalgebras in infinitesimal symmetric spacesSep 21 2011Mar 31 2012Let g=g_0+g_1 be a Z_2-graded Lie algebra. We study the posets of abelian subalgebras of g_1 which are stable w.r.t. a Borel subalgebra of g_0. In particular, we find out a natural parametrization of maximal elements and dimension formulas for them. We ... More
Dirac operators and the Very Strange Formula for Lie superalgebrasMay 22 2013Aug 04 2013Using a super-affine version of Kostant's cubic Dirac operator, we prove a very strange formula for quadratic finite-dimensional Lie superalgebras with a reductive even subalgebra.
Finite vs infinite decompositions in conformal embeddingsSep 22 2015Apr 06 2016Building on work of the first and last author, we prove that an embedding of simple affine vertex algebras $V_{\mathbf{k}}(\mathfrak g^0)\subset V_{k}(\mathfrak g)$, corresponding to an embedding of a maximal equal rank reductive subalgebra $\mathfrak ... More
Kostant's pair of Lie type and conformal embeddingsFeb 08 2018We deal with some aspects of the theory of conformal embeddings of affine vertex algebras, providing a new proof of the Symmetric Space Theorem and a criterion for conformal embeddings of equal rank subalgebras. We finally study some examples of embeddings ... More
Conformal embeddings of affine vertex algebras in minimal $W$-algebras II: decompositionsApr 04 2016Apr 12 2017We present methods for computing the explicit decomposition of the minimal simple affine $W$-algebra $W_k(\mathfrak g, \theta)$ at a conformal level $k$ as a module for its maximal affine subalgebra $\mathcal V_k(\mathfrak g^{\natural})$. A particular ... More
An application of collapsing levels to the representation theory of affine vertex algebrasJan 30 2018Oct 27 2018We discover a large class of simple affine vertex algebras $V_{k} (\mathfrak g)$, associated to basic Lie superalgebras $\mathfrak g$ at non-admissible collapsing levels $k$, having exactly one irreducible $\mathfrak g$-locally finite module in the category ... More
On classification of non-equal rank affine conformal embeddings and applicationsFeb 20 2017Dec 16 2017We complete the classification of conformal embeddings of a maximally reductive subalgebra $\mathfrak k$ into a simple Lie algebra $\mathfrak g$ at non-integrable non-critical levels $k$ by dealing with the case when $\mathfrak k$ has rank less than that ... More
Conformal embeddings of affine vertex algebras in minimal $W$-algebras I: structural resultsFeb 15 2016Apr 17 2016We find all values of $k\in \mathbb C$, for which the embedding of the maximal affine vertex algebra in a simple minimal W-algebra $W_k(\mathfrak g,\theta)$ is conformal, where $\mathfrak g$ is a basic simple Lie superalgebra and $-\theta$ its minimal ... More
The Mass Function of Cosmic Structures with Non-Spherical CollapseJun 09 1994Non-spherical dynamical approximations and models for the gravitational collapse are used to extend the well-known Press \& Schechter (PS) approach, in order to determine analytical expressions for the mass function of cosmic structures. The problem is ... More
Replica equivalence in the Edwards-Anderson modelFeb 24 2003Sep 16 2003After introducing and discussing the "link-overlap" between spin configurations we show that the Edwards-Anderson model has a "replica-equivalent" quenched equilibrium state, a property introduced by Parisi in the description of the mean-field spin-glass ... More
Toward a Classification of Stochastically Stable Quenched MeasuresMay 27 2002In this short note we study the fourth order consequences of the stochastic stability property for mean field spin glass models introduced in previous paper by Aizenman and Contucci. We show that due to a remarkable cancellation mechanism it reduces to ... More
A Closed-Form GN-Model Non-Linear Interference Coherence TermJun 10 2019In this paper we report on the details of the derivation of approximate closed-form results related to the coherence effect in non-linear noise accumulation, in the context of the GN-model of fiber non-linearity. The coherence effect is particularly important ... More
Approximated methods for the generation of dark matter halo catalogs in the age of precision cosmologyMay 25 2016Precision cosmology has recently triggered new attention on the topic of approximate methods for the clustering of matter on large scales, whose foundations date back to the period from late '60s to early '90s. Indeed, although the prospect of reaching ... More
Critical exponents of the two dimensional Coulomb gas at the Berezinskii-Kosterlitz-Thouless transitionNov 10 2013Nov 25 2013The two dimensional Coulomb gas is the prototypical model of statistical mechanics displaying a special kind of phase transition, named after Berezinskii, Kosterlitz and Thouless. Physicists and mathematicians proposed several predictions about this system. ... More
Correlation Critical Exponents for the Six-Vertex ModelJul 11 2013Aug 20 2013The six-vertex model on a square lattice is "exactly solvable" because an exact formula for the free energy can be obtained by Bethe Ansatz. However, exact formulas for the correlations of local bulk observables, such as the orientation of the arrow at ... More
The Cosmological Mass FunctionOct 08 1997This thesis aims to review the cosmological mass function problem, both from the theoretical and the observational point of view, and to present a new mass function theory, based on realistic approximations for the dynamics of gravitational collapse. ... More
A generalized GN-model closed-form formulaSep 24 2018Nov 21 2018The GN-model of fiber non-linearity has had quite substantial success in modern optical telecommunications networks as a design and management tool. A version of it, capable of handling arbitrary WDM combs and link structures in closed form, was proposed ... More
Kosterlitz-Thouless Transition Line for the Two Dimensional Coulomb GasApr 11 2011With a rigorous renormalization group approach, we study the pressure of the two dimensional Coulomb Gas along a small piece of the Kosterlitz-Thouless transition line, i.e. the boundary of the dipole region in the activity-temperature phase-space.
On the destruction of star-forming cloudsJul 02 2004Type II supernovae (SNe), probably the most important contributors to stellar feedback in galaxy formation, explode within the very dense star-forming clouds, where the injected energy is most easily radiated away. The efficiency of type II SNe in injecting ... More
A Lagrangian Dynamical Theory for the Mass Function of Cosmic Structures: I DynamicsJun 05 1996Jan 22 1997A new theory for determining the mass function of cosmic structures is presented. It relies on a realistic treatment of collapse dynamics. Gravitational collapse is analyzed in the Lagrangian perturbative framework. Lagrangian perturbations provide an ... More
Observational Support for the Gurzadyan-Kocharyan Relation in Clusters of GalaxiesMay 31 1994We show that observational data for four Abell clusters of galaxies support the Gur\-za\-dyan-Kocharyan relation between the Hausdorff dimension and the dynamical properties of a galaxy system. The Hausdorff dimension is calculated using the two-point ... More
Rigorous construction of the Thirring model: Ward-Takahashi Identities, Schwinger-Dyson Equations and New AnomaliesMar 29 2007We provide a rigorous construction of the Schwinger functions for the massive and massless Thirring models. We use the renormalization group approach, controlling its flow through the Ward-Takahashi identities combined with the Schwinger-Dyson equation. ... More
Dynamics in the cosmological mass function (or, why does the Press & Schechter work?)Nov 04 1998The Press & Schechter ``numerical recipe'' is briefly reviewed, together with the recently proposed dynamical mass function theory, in which the mass function is constructed by using the powerful Lagrangian perturbation theory. The dynamical mass function ... More
Approximate methods for the generation of dark matter halo catalogs in the age of precision cosmologyMay 25 2016Oct 07 2016Precision cosmology has recently triggered new attention on the topic of approximate methods for the clustering of matter on large scales, whose foundations date back to the period from late '60s to early '90s. Indeed, although the prospect of reaching ... More
Interacting Fermions Picture for Dimer ModelsDec 26 2012May 31 2013Recent numerical results on classical dimers with weak aligning interactions have been theoretically justified via a Coulomb Gas representation of the height random variable. Here we propose a completely different representation, the Interacting Fermions ... More
Stochastic Stability and the Spin Glass Phase. The State of the Art for Mean Field and Finite Dimensional ModelsDec 01 2012Some invariances under perturbations of the spin glass phase are introduced, their proofs outlined and their consequences illustrated as factorisation rules for the overlap distribution. A comparison between the state of the art for mean field and finite ... More
Vector and Axial anomaly in the Thirring-Wess modelJan 27 2010Feb 25 2010We study the 2D Vector Meson model introduced by Thirring and Wess, that is to say the Schwinger model with massive photon and massless fermion. We prove, with a renormalization group approach, that the vector and axial Ward identities are broken by the ... More
The maximum cardinality of minimal inversion complete sets in finite reflection groupsDec 30 2013Sep 17 2014We compute for reflection groups of type $A,B,D,F_4,H_3$ and for dihedral groups a statistic counting the maximal cardinality of a set of elements in the group whose generalized inversions yield the full set of inversions and which are minimal with respect ... More
Conformal embeddings in affine vertex superalgebrasMar 09 2019This paper is a natural continuation of our previous work on conformal embeddings of vertex algebras [6], [7], [8]. Here we consider conformal embeddings in simple affine vertex superalgebra $V_k(\mathfrak g)$ where $\mathfrak g=\mathfrak g_{\bar 0}\oplus ... More
On special covariants in the exterior algebra of a simple Lie algebraApr 16 2014Sep 08 2014We study the subspace of the exterior algebra of a simple complex Lie algebra linearly spanned by the copies of the little adjoint representation or, in the case of the Lie algebra of traceless matrices, by the copies of the n-th symmetric power of the ... More
The Active Quiescence of HR Del (Nova Del 1967)Jan 29 2003This new UV study of the ex-nova HR Del is based on all of the data obtained with the IUE satellite, and includes the important series of spectra taken in 1988 and 1992 that have not been analyzed so far. After the correction for the reddening (EB-V)=0.16), ... More
The Ghirlanda-Guerra IdentitiesMay 20 2005If the variance of a Gaussian spin-glass Hamiltonian grows like the volume the model fulfills the Ghirlanda-Guerra identities in terms of the normalized Hamiltonian covariance.
Local Order at Arbitrary Distances in Finite-Dimensional Spin-Glass ModelsSep 06 2004Oct 18 2004For a finite dimensional spin-glass model we prove local order at low temperatures for both local observables and for products of observables at arbitrary mutual distance. When the Hamiltonian includes the Edwards-Anderson interaction we prove "bond" ... More
A probabilistic model for interfaces in a martensitic phase transitionOct 10 2018Oct 18 2018We analyse features of the patterns formed from a simple model for a martensitic phase transition. This is a fragmentation model that can be encoded by a general branching random walk. An important quantity is the distribution of the lengths of the interfaces ... More
Neutron-proton mass difference from gauge/gravity dualityMar 14 2018Sep 28 2018Using gauge/gravity duality as a tool, we compute the strong sector, isospin breaking induced contribution to the neutron-proton mass difference in the Witten-Sakai-Sugimoto model of large $N$ QCD with two non-degenerate light flavors. The mass difference, ... More
Alienation in Italian cities. Social network fragmentation from collective dataOct 02 2014We study the structure of a social network of strong ties (trust network) investigating its property of connectedness versus fragmentation. To this purpose we analyse an extensive set of census data, about marrying or having children with immigrants, ... More
Optimal control of an Allen-Cahn equation with singular potentials and dynamic boundary conditionDec 11 2012Oct 24 2014In this paper, we investigate optimal control problems for Allen-Cahn equations with singular nonlinearities and a dynamic boundary condition involving singular nonlinearities and the Laplace-Beltrami operator. The approach covers both the cases of distributed ... More
Nonlinear diffusion equations as asymptotic limits of Cahn-Hilliard systemsNov 27 2015An asymptotic limit of a class of Cahn-Hilliard systems is investigated to obtain a general nonlinear diffusion equation. The target diffusion equation may reproduce a number of well-known model equations: Stefan problem, porous media equation, Hele-Shaw ... More
The Allen-Cahn equation with dynamic boundary conditions and mass constraintsMay 01 2014The Allen-Cahn equation, coupled with dynamic boundary conditions, has recently received a good deal of attention. The new issue of this paper is the setting of a rather general mass constraint which may involve either the solution inside the domain or ... More
A phase-field approximation of the Willmore flow with volume constraintApr 02 2010The well-posedness of a phase-field approximation to the Willmore flow with volume constraint is established. The existence proof relies on the underlying gradient flow structure of the problem: the time discrete approximation is solved by a variational ... More
Convergence properties for a generalization of the Caginalp phase field systemMay 28 2012We are concerned with a phase field system consisting of two partial differential equations in terms of the variables thermal displacement, that is basically the time integration of temperature, and phase parameter. The system is a generalization of the ... More
Monotonicity and Thermodynamic Limit for Short Range Disordered ModelsFeb 06 2003Feb 12 2003If the variance of a short range Gaussian random potential grows like the volume its quenched thermodynamic limit is reached monotonically.
Variable-step finite difference schemes for the solution of Sturm-Liouville problemsJan 17 2014We discuss the solution of regular and singular Sturm-Liouville problems by means of High Order Finite Difference Schemes. We describe a code to define a discrete problem and its numerical solution by means of linear algebra techniques. Different test ... More
Optimal boundary control of a nonstandard Cahn-Hilliard system with dynamic boundary condition and double obstacle inclusionsFeb 07 2017Aug 30 2017In this paper, we study an optimal boundary control problem for a model for phase separation taking place in a spatial domain that was introduced by P. Podio-Guidugli in Ric. Mat. 55 (2006), pp. 105-118. The model consists of a strongly coupled system ... More
On Feasibility and Flexibility Operating Regions of Virtual Power Plants and TSO/DSO interfacesJun 13 2019Distributed energy resources are an ideal candidate for the provision of additional flexibility required by power system to support the increasing penetration of renewable energy sources. The integrating large number of resources in the existing market ... More
Equation and dynamic boundary condition of Cahn-Hilliard type with singular potentialsFeb 18 2015The well-posedness of a system of partial differential equations and dynamic boundary conditions, both of Cahn-Hilliard type, is discussed. The existence of a weak solution and its continuous dependence on the data are proved using a suitable setting ... More
Well-posedness, regularity and asymptotic analyses for a fractional phase field systemJun 12 2018Jun 13 2018This paper is concerned with a non-conserved phase field system of Caginalp type in which the main operators are fractional versions of two fixed linear operators $A$ and $B$. The operators $A$ and $B$ are supposed to be densely defined, unbounded, self-adjoint, ... More
Eigenvalue problems for Fredholm operators with set-valued perturbationsDec 04 2018By means of a suitable degree theory, we prove persistence of eigenvalues and eigenvectors for set-valued perturbations of a Fredholm linear operator. As a consequence, we prove existence of a bifurcation point for a non-linear inclusion problem in abstract ... More
On a formula for the spectral flow and its applicationsJan 26 2008We consider a continuous path of bounded symmetric Fredholm bilinear forms with arbitrary endpoints on a real Hilbert space, and we prove a formula that gives the spectral flow of the path in terms of the spectral flow of the restriction to a finite codimensional ... More
Convex Replica Simmetry Breaking From Positivity and Thermodynamic LimitJun 12 2003Consider a correlated Gaussian random energy model built by successively adding one particle (spin) into the system and imposing the positivity of the associated covariance matrix. We show that the validity of a recently isolated condition ensuring the ... More
The Cosmological Mass Function with 1D GravityJul 06 1999The cosmological mass function problem is analyzed in full detail in the case of 1D gravity, with analytical, semi-analytical and numerical techniques. The extended Press & Schechter theory is improved by detailing the relation between smoothing radius ... More
Correlation Inequalities for Spin Glass in one DimensionDec 22 2007Jan 07 2008We prove two inequalities for the direct and truncated correlation for the nearest-neighboor one-dimensional Edwards-Anderson model with symmetric quenched disorder. The second inequality has the opposite sign of the GKS inequality of type II. In the ... More
Recent advances in bibliometric indexes and the PaperRank problemJul 26 2012Jan 10 2013Bibliometric indexes are customary used in evaluating the impact of scientific research, even though it is very well known that in different research areas they may range in very different intervals. Sometimes, this is evident even within a single given ... More
Toward a quantitative approach to migrants integrationOct 16 2009Migration phenomena and all the related issues, like integration of different social groups, are intrinsically complex problems since they strongly depend on several competitive mechanisms as economic factors, cultural differences and many others. By ... More
Existence of solutions for a model of microwave heatingMay 13 2015This paper is concerned with a system of differential equations related to a circuit model for microwave heating, complemented by suitable initial and boundary conditions. A RCL circuit with a thermistor is representing the microwave heating process with ... More
Probabilistic Modeling and Simulation of Transmission Line Temperatures under Fluctuating Power FlowsNov 16 2014Increasing shares of fluctuating renewable energy sources induce higher and higher power flow variability at the transmission level. The question arises as to what extent existing networks can absorb additional fluctuating power injection without exceeding ... More
Comment on OPERA neutrino velocity measurementOct 28 2011Nov 05 2011In this report a potential problem in the data analysis of the OPERA experiment is discussed: the main issue is that the quantity \partial t used in the maximum likelihood procedure is not a "true" parameter of the parent-distribution (called PDF in the ... More
On the telescopes in the paintings of J. Brueghel the ElderJul 21 2009We have investigated the nature and the origin of the telescopes depicted in three paintings of J. Bruegel the Elder completed between 1609 and 1618. The "tube" that appears in the painting dated 1608-1612 represents a very early dutch spyglass, tentatively ... More
Modeling Society with Statistical Mechanics: an Application to Cultural Contact and ImmigrationJun 07 2006We introduce a general modeling framework to predict the outcomes, at the population level, of individual psychology and behavior. The framework prescribes that researchers build a cost function that embodies knowledge of what trait values (opinions, ... More
Global existence for a phase separation system deduced from the entropy balanceJan 29 2019This paper is concerned with a thermomechanical model describing phase separation phenomena in terms of the entropy balance and equilibrium equations for the microforces. The related system is highly nonlinear and admits singular potentials in the phase ... More
On the Surface Pressure for the Edwards-Anderson ModelJun 03 2003Feb 13 2004For the Edwards-Anderson model we introduce an integral representation for the surface pressure (per unit surface) in terms of a quenched moment of the bond-overlap on the surface. We find upper and lower bounds uniformly in the volume and show that at ... More
Global solution to the Allen-Cahn equation with singular potentials and dynamic boundary conditionsJun 28 2012We prove well-posedness results for the solution to an initial and boundary-value problem for an Allen-Cahn type equation describing the phenomenon of phase transitions for a material contained in a bounded and regular domain. The dynamic boundary conditions ... More
A Hamiltonian approach to sufficiency in optimal control with minimal regularity conditions: Part IJul 14 2015In this paper we develop a Hamiltonian approach to sufficient conditions in optimal control problems. We extend the known conditions for $C^2$ maximised Hamiltonians into two directions: on the one hand we explain the role of a super Hamiltonian (i.e. ... More
Global existence for a singular phase field system related to a sliding mode control problemJun 25 2017Jul 07 2017In the present contribution we consider a singular phase field system located in a smooth and bounded three-dimensional domain. The entropy balance equation is perturbed by a logarithmic nonlinearity and by the presence of an additional term involving ... More
"Chaos" in energy futures markets: a controversial matterNov 05 2016In this paper we study the possible "chaotic" nature of some energy and commodity futures time series (like heating oil and natural gas, among the others). In particular the sensitive dependence on initial conditions (the so called "butterfly effect", ... More
Modeling and analysis of water-hammer in coaxial pipesJan 29 2015The fluid-structure interaction is studied for a system composed of two coaxial pipes in an annular geometry, for both homogeneous isotropic metal pipes and fiber-reinforced (anisotropic) pipes. Multiple waves, traveling at different speeds and amplitudes, ... More
A phase-field approximation of the Willmore flow with volume and area constraintsApr 19 2012The well-posedness of a phase-field approximation to the Willmore flow with area and volume constraints is established when the functional approximating the area has no critical point satisfying the two constraints. The existence proof relies on the underlying ... More
Scaling Limits for Multispecies Statistical Mechanics Mean-Field ModelsNov 14 2010Jul 06 2011We study the limiting thermodynamic behavior of the normalized sums of spins in multi-species Curie-Weiss models. We find sufficient conditions for the limiting random vector to be Gaussian (or to have an exponential distribution of higher order) and ... More
The active and passive populations of Extremely Red ObjectsNov 27 2009Feb 05 2010[abridged] The properties of galaxies with the reddest observed R-K colors (Extremely Red Objects, EROs), including their apparent division into passive and obscured active objects with roughly similar number densities, are a known challenge for models ... More
Bipartite Mean Field Spin Systems. Existence and SolutionOct 03 2007A mean field spin system consisting two interacting groups each with homogeneous interaction coefficients is introduced and studied. Existence of the thermodynamic limit is shown by an asymptotic sub-addittivity method and factorization of correlation ... More
Thermodynamic Limit for Spin Glasses. Beyond the Annealed BoundSep 24 2008Oct 14 2008Using a correlation inequality of Contucci and Lebowitz for spin glasses, we demonstrate existence of the thermodynamic limit for short-ranged spin glasses, under weaker hypotheses than previously available, namely without the assumption of the annealed ... More
UVES-VLT Observations of the OIII Bowen Lines in RR TelDec 15 2000The exceptional resolution of UVES has allowed the detection of weak spectral features and the separation of components in blended lines. The intensities of all of the OIII fluorescence lines produced by the O1, O3 and other channels, including the 5592 ... More
Coherent interaction of a monochromatic gravitational wave with both elastic bodies and electromagnetic circuitsJan 17 1996Aug 26 1998The interaction of a gravitational wave with a system made of an RLC circuit forming one end of a mechanical harmonic oscillator is investigated. We show that, in some configurations, the coherent interaction of the wave with both the mechanical oscillator ... More
Time discretization of a nonlinear phase field system in general domainsNov 26 2018This paper deals with the nonlinear phase field system \begin{equation*} \begin{cases} \partial_t (\theta +\ell \varphi) - \Delta\theta = f & \mbox{in}\ \Omega\times(0, T), \\[1mm] \partial_t \varphi - \Delta\varphi + \xi + \pi(\varphi) = \ell \theta,\ ... More
"Chaos" in energy and commodity markets: a controversial matterNov 05 2016Mar 29 2017We test whether the futures prices of some commodity and energy markets are determined by stochastic rules or exhibit nonlinear deterministic endogenous fluctuations. As for the methodologies, we use the maximal Lyapunov exponents (MLE) and a determinism ... More
A Driver-in-the Loop Fuel Economic Control Strategy for Connected Vehicles in Urban RoadsMay 19 2017In this paper, we focus on developing driver-in-the loop fuel economic control strategy for multiple connected vehicles. The control strategy is considered to work in a driver assistance framework where the controller gives command to a driver to follow ... More
Microscopic modeling and analysis of collective decision making: equality bias leads suboptimal solutionsMar 27 2017We discuss a novel microscopic model for collective decision-making interacting multi-agent systems. In particular we are interested in modeling a well known phenomena in the experimental literature called equality bias, where agents tend to behave in ... More
Boundary control problem and optimality conditions for the Cahn-Hilliard equation with dynamic boundary conditionsMay 01 2019This paper is concerned with a boundary control problem for the Cahn--Hilliard equation coupled with dynamic boundary conditions. In order to handle the control problem, we restrict our analysis to the case of regular potentials defined on the whole real ... More
Solvability and asymptotic analysis of a generalization of the Caginalp phase field systemJul 20 2011Aug 26 2011We study a diffusion model of phase field type, which consists of a system of two partial differential equations involving as variables the thermal displacement, that is basically the time integration of temperature, and the order parameter. Our analysis ... More
Cahn-Hilliard equation with dynamic boundary conditions and mass constraint on the boundaryDec 05 2014The well-known Cahn-Hilliard equation entails mass conservation if a suitable boundary condition is prescribed. In the case when the equation is also coupled with a dynamic boundary condition, including the Laplace-Beltrami operator on the boundary, the ... More
Parallel Factorizations in Numerical AnalysisDec 18 2009In this paper we review the parallel solution of sparse linear systems, usually deriving by the discretization of ODE-IVPs or ODE-BVPs. The approach is based on the concept of parallel factorization of a (block) tridiagonal matrix. This allows to obtain ... More
A UV and optical study of 18 old novae with Gaia DR2 distances: mass accretion rates, physical parameters, and MMRDMar 14 2019{We combine the results of our earlier study of the UV characteristics of 18 classical novae (CNe) with data from the literature and with the recent precise distance determinations from the Gaia satellite to investigate the statistical properties of old ... More
A Mathematical Model for Signal's Energy at the Output of an Ideal DACNov 26 2015Mar 21 2016The presented research work considers a mathematical model for energy of the signal at the output of an ideal DAC, in presence of sampling clock jitter. When sampling clock jitter occurs, the energy of the signal at the output of ideal DAC does not satisfies ... More
From the viscous Cahn-Hilliard equation to a regularized forward-backward parabolic equationMay 12 2016A rigorous proof is given for the convergence of the solutions of a viscous Cahn-Hilliard system to the solution of the regularized version of the forward-backward parabolic equation, as the coefficient of the diffusive term goes to 0. Non-homogenous ... More
Cahn-Hilliard equation on the boundary with bulk condition of Allen-Cahn typeMar 12 2018May 16 2018The well-posedness for a system of partial differential equations and dynamic boundary conditions is discussed. This system is a sort of transmission problem between the dynamics in the bulk $\Omega $ and on the boundary $\Gamma$. The Poisson equation ... More
p-Riesz bases in quasi shift invariant spacesOct 02 2017Let $ 1\leq p< \infty$ and let $\psi\in L^{p}(\R^d)$. We study $p-$Riesz bases of quasi shift invariant spaces $V^p(\psi;Y)$.