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On isomorphism classes and invariants of low dimensional complex filiform Leibniz algebras (part 2)Jun 11 2008The paper is an implementation in low dimensional cases of the classification method presented before by Rakhimov and Bekbaev. We give a complete classification of a subclass of complex filiform Leibniz algebras obtained from the naturally graded non-Lie ... More
A Multiresolution Clinical Decision Support System Based on Fractal Model Design for Classification of Histological Brain TumoursDec 25 2015Tissue texture is known to exhibit a heterogeneous or non-stationary nature, therefore using a single resolution approach for optimum classification might not suffice. A clinical decision support system that exploits the subband textural fractal characteristics ... More
Modeling Attack Resilient Reconfigurable Latent Obfuscation Technique for PUF based Lightweight AuthenticationJun 20 2017Physical unclonable functions (PUFs), as hardware security primitives, exploit manufacturing randomness to extract hardware instance-specific secrets. One of most popular structures is time-delay based Arbiter PUF attributing to large number of challenge ... More
Effective rate analysis over Fluctuating Beckmann fading channelsMar 17 2019The effective rate of Fluctuating Beckmann (FB) fading channel is analysed. The moment generating function (MGF) of the instantaneous signal-to-noise (SNR) is used first to derive the effective rate for arbitrary values of the fading parameters in terms ... More
Selection Combining Scheme over Non-identically Distributed Fisher-Snedecor $\mathcal{F}$ Fading ChannelsMay 06 2019In this paper, the performance of the selection combining (SC) scheme over Fisher-Snedecor $\mathcal{F}$ fading channels with independent and non-identically distributed (i.n.i.d.) branches is analysed. The probability density function (PDF) and the moment ... More
Performance Analysis of Physical Layer Security over Fluctuating Beckmann Fading ChannelsApr 14 2019In this paper, we analyse the performance of physical layer security over Fluctuating Beckmann (FB) fading channel which is an extended model of both the $\kappa-\mu$ shadowed and the classical Beckmann distributions. Specifically, the average secrecy ... More
A Gabor Filter Texture Analysis Approach for Histopathological Brain Tumor Subtype DiscriminationApr 17 2017Meningioma brain tumour discrimination is challenging as many histological patterns are mixed between the different subtypes. In clinical practice, dominant patterns are investigated for signs of specific meningioma pathology; however the simple observation ... More
Supervised Texture Segmentation: A Comparative StudyJan 02 2016This paper aims to compare between four different types of feature extraction approaches in terms of texture segmentation. The feature extraction methods that were used for segmentation are Gabor filters (GF), Gaussian Markov random fields (GMRF), run-length ... More
Isomorphism classes and invariants of low dimensional filiform Leibniz algebrasDec 14 2013In this study, we extend the result on classification of a subclass of filiform Leibniz algebras in low dimensions to dimensions seven and eight based on the technique used by Rakhimov and Bekbaev for classification of subclasses which arise from naturally ... More
Exploiting PUF Models for Error Free Response GenerationJan 28 2017Physical unclonable functions (PUF) extract secrets from randomness inherent in manufacturing processes. PUFs are utilized for basic cryptographic tasks such as authentication and key generation, and more recently, to realize key exchange and bit commitment ... More
BMOBench: Black-Box Multi-Objective Optimization Benchmarking PlatformMay 23 2016Jul 01 2017This document briefly describes the Black-Box Multi-Objective Optimization Benchmarking (BMOBench) platform. It presents the test problems, evaluation procedure, and experimental setup. To this end, the BMOBench is demonstrated by comparing recent multi-objective ... More
Hankel Determinant structure of the Rational Solutions for Fifth Painlevé EquationApr 03 2009Dec 09 2012In this paper, we construct the Hankel determinant representation of the rational solutions for the fifth Painlev\'{e} equation through the Umemura polynomials. Our construction gives an explicit form of the Umemura polynomials $\sigma_{n}$ for $ n\geq ... More
Witten-Hodge theory on manifolds with boundary and equivariant cohomologyApr 15 2010May 06 2011We consider a compact, oriented, smooth Riemannian manifold $M$ (with or without boundary) and we suppose $G$ is a torus acting by isometries on $M$. Given $X$ in the Lie algebra and corresponding vector field $X_M$ on $M$, one defines Witten's inhomogeneous ... More
Measurement of the Branching Fractions of $Λ_{c}^{+}\to p\bar{K}n(π)$Sep 10 1997Using data recorded by the CLEO-II detector at CESR, we report new measurements of the branching fractions for the decays of the charmed baryon $\Lambda_c^+$ into $pK^-\pi^+\pi^0$, $p\bar{K}^0$, $p\bar{K}^0\pi^+\pi^-$, and $p\bar{K}^0\pi^0$, all measured ... More
A Note on Rickart ModulesSep 14 2016We study the notion of Rickart property in a general module theoretic setting as a generalization to the concept of Baer modules and right Rickart rings. A module $M_{R}$ is called Rickart if the right annihilator in $M_{R}$ of each left principal ideal ... More
A new class of interpolatory $L$-splines with adjoint end conditionsNov 07 2014Jul 24 2015A thin plate spline surface for interpolation of smooth transfinite data prescribed along concentric circles was recently proposed by Bejancu, using Kounchev's polyspline method. The construction of the new `Beppo Levi polyspline' surface reduces, via ... More
Bergman kernel estimates and Toeplitz operators on holomorphic line bundlesJul 06 2017We characterize operator-theoretic properties (boundedness, compactness, and Schatten class membership) of Toeplitz operators with positive measure symbols on Bergman spaces of holomorphic hermitian line bundles over K\"ahler Cartan-Hadamard manifolds ... More
The Cauchy interlace theorem for symmetrizable matricesMar 14 2016Symmetrizable matrices are those which are symmetric when multiplied by a diagonal matrix with positive entries. The Cauchy interlace theorem states that the eigenvalues of a real symmetric matrix interlace with those of any principal submatrix (obtained ... More
A note on Bernstein property of a fourth order complex partial differential equationsJul 10 2017For a smooth strictly plurisubharmonic function $u$ on a open set $\Omega\subset\mathbb{C}^{n}$ and $F$ a $C^{1}$ nondecreasing function on $\mathbf{R}^{*}_{+}$, we investigate the complex partial differential equations $$\Delta_{g}\log\det(u_{i\bar j})=F(\det(u_{i\bar ... More
A random string with reflection in a convex domainApr 07 2010Apr 12 2010We study the motion of a random string in a convex domain $O$ in $\R^d$, namely the solution of a vector-valued stochastic heat equation, confined in the closure of $O$ and reflected at the boundary of $O$. We study the structure of the reflection measure ... More
Viscosity solutions of second order integral-partial differential equations: A new resultAug 19 2015Sep 03 2016We show existence and uniqueness of a continuous with polynomial growth viscosity solution of a system of second order integral-partial differential equations (IPDEs for short) without assuming the usual monotonicity condition of the generator with respect ... More
Suppression of charge density wave order by disorder in Pd-intercalated ErTe$_3$Jan 23 2019Disorder is generically anticipated to suppress long range charge density wave (CDW) order. We report transport, thermodynamic, and scattering experiments on Pd$_x$ErTe$_3$, a model CDW system with disorder induced by intercalation. The pristine parent ... More
Degenerating the butterfly attractor in a plasma perturbation model using nonlinear controllersMar 15 2019In this work, the dynamical behaviors of a low-dimensional model, which governs the interplay between a driver associated with pressure gradient and relaxation of instability due to magnetic field perturbations, are investigated. Besides that, two nonlinear ... More
Weibull Generalized Exponential DistributionJun 02 2016This paper introduces a new three-parameters model called the Weibull-G exponential distribution (WGED) distribution which exhibits bathtub-shaped hazard rate. Some of it's statistical properties are obtained including quantile, moments, generating functions, ... More
FFT Algorithm for Binary Extension Finite Fields and its Application to Reed-Solomon CodesMar 19 2015Aug 14 2016Recently, a new polynomial basis over binary extension fields was proposed such that the fast Fourier transform (FFT) over such fields can be computed in the complexity of order $\mathcal{O}(n\lg(n))$, where $n$ is the number of points evaluated in FFT. ... More
The Exponential Flexible Weibull Extension DistributionMay 26 2016This paper is devoted to study a new three- parameters model called the Exponential Flexible Weibull extension (EFWE) distribution which exhibits bathtub-shaped hazard rate. Some of it's statistical properties are obtained including ordinary and incomplete ... More
The Beta Flexible Weibull DistributionMar 16 2017We introduce in this paper a new generalization of the flexible Weibull distribution with four parameters. This model based on the Beta generalized (BG) distribution, Eugene et al. \cite{Eugeneetal2002}, they first using the BG distribution for generating ... More
New classes of solutions in the Coupled PT Symmetric Nonlocal Nonlinear Schrodinger Equations with Four Wave MixingApr 13 2018We investigate generalized nonlocal coupled nonlinear Schroedinger equation containing Self-Phase Modulation, Cross-Phase Modulation and Four-Wave Mixing involving nonlocal interaction. By means of Darboux transformation, we obtained a family of exact ... More
Collisional Dynamics of Solitons in the Coupled PT symmetric Nonlocal nonlinear Schrodinger equationsApr 17 2017We investigate the focusing coupled PT-symmetric nonlocal nonlinear Schrodinger equation employing Darboux transformation approach. We find a family of exact solutions including pairs of Bright-Bright, Dark-Dark and Bright-Dark solitons in addition to ... More
Location Name Extraction from Targeted Text Streams using Gazetteer-based Statistical Language ModelsAug 10 2017Jun 07 2018Extracting location names from informal and unstructured social media data requires the identification of referent boundaries and partitioning compound names. Variability, particularly systematic variability in location names (Carroll, 1983), challenges ... More
On a Subclass of p-Valent Functions with Negative Coefficients Defined by Using Rafid OperatorApr 16 2019By using Rafid operator we define the subclass $R_{\mu,p}^\delta(\alpha;A,B)$ and $P_{\mu,p}^\delta(\alpha; A,B)$ of analytic and p-valent functions with negative coefficients we investigate some sharp results including coefficients estimates, distortion ... More
Micro Water-Energy Nexus: Optimal Demand-Side Management and Quasi-Convex Hull RelaxationMay 19 2018This paper investigates the water network's potential ability to provide demand response services to the power grid under the framework of a distribution-level water-energy nexus (micro-WEN). In particular, the hidden controllability of water loads, such ... More
Electronic-government in Saudi Arabia: A positive revolution in the peninsulaMay 17 2012The informatization practice of countries all over the world has shown that the level of a government's informatization is one main factor that can affect its international competitive power. At present, e-government construction is regarded as one of ... More
Non-adiabatic corrections to elastic scattering of halo nucleiMay 01 2002We derive the formalism for the leading order corrections to the adiabatic approximation to the scattering of composite projectiles. Assuming a two-body projectile of core plus loosely-bound valence particle and a model (the core recoil model) in which ... More
Optimal control and zero-sum stochastic differential game problems of mean-field typeMar 19 2016Jul 22 2017We establish existence of nearly-optimal controls, conditions for existence of an optimal control and a saddle-point for respectively a control problem and zero-sum differential game associated with payoff functionals of mean-field type, under dynamics ... More
Fast, asymptotically efficient, recursive estimation in a Riemannian manifoldMay 17 2018Aug 13 2018Stochastic optimisation in Riemannian manifolds, especially the Riemannian stochastic gradient method, has attracted much recent attention. The present work applies stochastic optimisation to the task of recursive estimation of a statistical parameter ... More
Pseudo-euclidean Jordan algebrasNov 22 2008A Jordan algebra J is said to be pseudo-euclidean if J is endowed with an associative non-degenerate symmetric bilinear form B. B is said an associative scalar product on J. First, we provide a description of the pseudo-euclidean Jordan K-algebras in ... More
Viscosity solutions of systems of variational inequalities with interconnected bilateral obstacles of non-local typeJul 17 2015Apr 04 2017In this paper, we study systems of nonlinear second-order variational inequalities with interconnected bilateral obstacles with non-local terms. They are of min-max and max-min types and related to a multiple modes zero-sum switching game in the jump-diffusion ... More
Homologous white light solar flares driven by photosperic shear motionsDec 11 2018We describe the peculiarity of two recurrent white light flares occurred on Sept. 06, 2017, in the super Active Region (SAR) NOAA 12673, with a time interval, between their peaks, of about 3 hours. These events of X2.2 and X9.3 GOES class are very important ... More
Requirements variability specification for data intensive softwareApr 28 2019Nowadays, the use of feature modeling technique, in software requirements specification, increased the variation support in Data Intensive Software Product Lines (DISPLs) requirements modeling. It is considered the easiest and the most efficient way to ... More
On Classification of Finite-Dimensional Superbialgebras and Hopf SuperalgebrasJan 04 2013Jan 02 2014The purpose of this paper is to investigate finite-dimensional superbialgebras and Hopf superalgebras. We study connected superbialgebras and provide a classification of non-trivial superbialgebras and Hopf superalgebras in dimension $n$ with $n\leq 4$. ... More
Regularity of Nash payoffs of Markovian nonzero-sum stochastic differential gamesNov 07 2017Oct 23 2018In this paper we deal with the problem of existence of a smooth solution of the Hamilton-Jacobi-Bellman-Isaacs (HJBI for short) system of equations associated with nonzero-sum stochastic differential games. We consider the problem in unbounded domains ... More
Universal inequalities for the eigenvalues of a power of the Laplace operatorJan 28 2010In this paper, we obtain a new abstract formula relating eigenvalues of a self-adjoint operator to two families of symmetric and skew-symmetric operators and their commutators. This formula generalizes earlier ones obtained by Harrell, Stubbe, Hook, Ashbaugh, ... More
The Multi-player Nonzero-sum Dynkin Game in Continuous TimeSep 29 2011In this paper we study the N-player nonzero-sum Dynkin game ($N\geq 3$) in continuous time, which is a non-cooperative game where the strategies are stopping times. We show that the game has a Nash equilibrium point for general payoff processes.
Identities and congruences involving the Fubini polynomialsJun 27 2017In this paper, we investigate the umbral representation of the Fubini polynomials $F_{x}^{n}:=F_{n}(x)$ to derive some properties involving these polynomials. For any prime number $p$ and any polynomial $f$ with integer coefficients, we show $(f(F_{x}))^{p}\equiv ... More
Genetic algorithms for finding the weight enumerator of binary linear block codesMar 18 2013In this paper we present a new method for finding the weight enumerator of binary linear block codes by using genetic algorithms. This method consists in finding the binary weight enumerator of the code and its dual and to create from the famous MacWilliams ... More
The Starting and Stopping Problem under Knightian Uncertainty and Related Systems of Reflected BSDEsOct 04 2007This article deals with the starting and stopping problem under Knightian uncertainty, i.e., roughly speaking, when the probability under which the future evolves is not exactly known. We show that the lower price of a plant submitted to the decisions ... More
Mean-field backward-forward stochastic differential equations and nonzero sum stochastic differential gamesApr 12 2019We study a general class of fully coupled backward-forward stochastic differential equations of mean-field type (MF-BFSDE). We derive existence and uniqueness results for such a system under weak monotonicity assumptions and without the non-degeneracy ... More
Donkey and Smuggler Optimization Algorithm: A Collaborative Working Approach to Path FindingApr 19 2019Swarm Intelligence is a metaheuristic optimization approach that has become very predominant over the last few decades. These algorithms are inspired by animals' physical behaviors and their evolutionary perceptions. The simplicity of these algorithms ... More
Classification of quadratic Lie algebras of low dimensionApr 21 2014In this paper we give the classification of the irreducible non solvable Lie algebras of dimensions $\leq 13$ with nondegenerate, symmetric and invariant bilinear forms.
A Genetic Framework Model For Self-Adaptive SoftwareApr 29 2019Lots of bio-inspired research works have been conducted in self-adaptive software. They have focused on the external behavior of biological entities without their genetic material that causes this behavior and constitutes the challenge this work dealt ... More
Functionally recursive rings of matrices-Two examplesDec 21 2008Oct 22 2009We define the notions of finite-state and functionally recursive matrices and their growth. We also introduce two rings generated by functionally recursive matrices. The first is isomorphic to the 2-generated free ring. The second is a 2-generated monomial ... More
Anomalous circular polarization of magneto-photoluminescence from individual CdSe nanocrystalsSep 05 2008We study the low-temperature magneto-photoluminescence (PL) from individual CdSe nanocrystals. Nanocrystals having a small "bright" exciton fine structure splitting ($<$0.5 meV) exhibit a conventional left- and right-circularly polarized Zeeman PL doublet ... More
Enhancement of super-exchange pairing in the periodically-driven Hubbard modelAug 13 2016Aug 05 2017Recent experiments performed on cuprates and alkali-doped fullerides have demonstated that key signatures of superconductivity can be induced above the equilibrium critical temperature by optical modulation. These observations in disparate physical systems ... More
Observation of $X(3872)\to J/ψγ$ and search for $X(3872)\toψ'γ$ in B decaysMay 01 2011We report a study of $B\to (J/\psi \gamma) K$ and $B\to (\psi' \gamma)K$ decay modes using $772\times 10^{6}$ $B\bar{B}$ events collected at the \Upsilon(4S)$ resonance with the Belle detector at the KEKB energy-asymmetric $e^+ e^-$ collider. We observe ... More
CNN-Based Prediction of Frame-Level Shot Importance for Video SummarizationAug 23 2017In the Internet, ubiquitous presence of redundant, unedited, raw videos has made video summarization an important problem. Traditional methods of video summarization employ a heuristic set of hand-crafted features, which in many cases fail to capture ... More
Lateral ferromagnetic domain control in Cr2O3/Pt/Co positive exchange bias systemJan 16 2017We investigated the perpendicular exchange bias (PEB) switching from negative- to positive-exchange bias state for Cr2O3/Pt/Co exchange coupling thin film system exhibiting positive exchange bias phenomena. By changing Pt spacer layer thickness or measurements ... More
Time course of oxidative damage in different brain regions following transient cerebral ischemia in gerbilsAug 03 2007The time course of oxidative damage in different brain regions was investigated in the gerbil model of transient cerebral ischemia. Animals were subjected to both common carotid arteries occlusion for 5 min. After the end of ischemia and at different ... More
Systems of Cosserat--Zhilin in Newtonian MechanicsFeb 26 2016Mechanical systems of Cosserat--Zhilin are introduced as the main object of Newtonian (non--relativistic) mechanics on the base of new notions of vector calculus - sliders and screw measures (bi-measures). The differential equations of motion are derived ... More
On Concept of Mechanical SystemFeb 28 2013The paper gives a screw axiomatics of rational mechanics, namely: 1. introduces the main measures of mechanics: the mass measure, the scalar and (vector) screw measures of motion, the (vector) screw measure of impressed action, the increment velocity ... More
Some applications of the chromatic polynomialsFeb 04 2014The chromatic polynomials are studied by several authors and have important applications in different frameworks, specially, in graph theory and enumerative combinatorics. The aim of this work is to establish some properties of the coefficients of the ... More
Beurling's Theorem for the Two-sided Quaternion Fourier TransformNov 11 2017The two-sided quaternion Fourier transform satisfies some uncertainty principles similar to the Euclidean Fourier transform. A generalization of Beurling's theorem, Hardy, Cowling-Price and Gelfand-Shilov theorems, is obtained for the two-sided quaternion ... More
Miyachi's Theorem for the Quaternion Fourier TransformNov 20 2017The quaternion Fourier transform (QFT) satisfies some uncertainty principles similar to the Euclidean Fourier transform. In this paper, we establish Miyachi's theorem for this transform.
Restricting Semistable Bundles on the Projective Plane to ConicsOct 06 2003Mar 26 2004We study the restrictions of rank 2 semistable vector bundles E on P^2 to conics. A Grauert-Mulich type theorem on the generic splitting is proven. The jumping conics are shown to have the scheme structure of a hypersurface J_{2} in P^5 of degree c_{2}(E) ... More
On the Cauchy problem for the standard linear solid model with heat conduction: Fourier versus CattaneoMar 25 2019In this paper, we consider the standard linear solid model in $\mathbb{R}^N$ coupled, first, with the Fourier law of heat conduction and, second, with the Cattaneo law. First, we give the appropriate functional setting to prove the well-posedness of both ... More
Viscosity solutions for second order integro-differential equations without monotonicity conditions: The Probabilistic ApproachNov 09 2014May 11 2015In this paper, we establish a new uniqueness result of a (continuous) viscosity solution for some integro-partial differential equation (IPDE in short). The novelty is that we relax the so-called monotonicity assumption on the driver, assumption which ... More
The Riemannian barycentre as a proxy for global optimisationFeb 11 2019Let $M$ be a simply-connected compact Riemannian symmetric space, and $U$ a twice-differentiable function on $M$, with unique global minimum at $x^* \in M$. The idea of the present work is to replace the problem of searching for the global minimum of ... More
A skew stochastic heat equationMay 13 2011Oct 21 2011We consider a stochastic heat equation driven by a space-time white noise and with a singular drift, where a local-time in space appears. The process we study has an explicit invariant measure of Gibbs type, with a non-convex potential. We obtain existence ... More
Viscosity solutions of systems of PDEs with interconnected obstacles and Multi modes switching problemsApr 14 2011Dec 09 2011This paper deals with existence and uniqueness, in viscosity sense, of a solution for a system of m variational partial differential inequalities with inter-connected obstacles. A particular case of this system is the deterministic version of the Verification ... More
Donoho-Stark's Uncertainty Principles in Real Clifford AlgebrasFeb 22 2019The Clifford Fourier transform (CFT) has been shown to be a powerful tool in the Clifford analysis. In this work, several uncertainty inequalities are established in the real Clifford algebra $Cl_{(p,q)}$, \ including the Hausdorf-Young inequality, and ... More
Benedicks-Amrein-Berthier type theorem related to the two-sided Quaternion Fourier transformJul 11 2018The main objective of the present paper is to establish a new uncertainty principle (UP) for the two-sided quaternion Fourier transform (QFT). This result is an extension of a result of Benedicks, Amrein and Berthier, which states that a nonzero function ... More
Semistar linkedness and flatness, Prüfer semistar multiplication domainsMay 23 2003In 1994, Matsuda and Okabe introduced the notion of semistar operation, extending the "classical" concept of star operation. In this paper, we introduce and study the notions of semistar linkedness and semistar flatness which are natural generalizations, ... More
The (r1,...,rp)-Bell polynomialsDec 13 2012Aug 09 2013In a previous paper, Mihoubi et al. introduced the $(r_{1},...,r_{p}) $-Stirling numbers and the $(r_{1},...,r_{p}) $-Bell polynomials and gave some of their combinatorial and algebraic properties. These numbers and polynomials generalize, respectively, ... More
Local existence and exponential growth for a semilinear damped wave equation with dynamic boundary conditionsOct 06 2008In this paper we consider a multi-dimensional damped semiliear wave equation with dynamic boundary conditions, related to the Kelvin-Voigt damping. We firstly prove the local existence by using the Faedo-Galerkin approximations combined with a contraction ... More
Wellposedness and decay rates for the Cauchy problem of the Moore-Gibson-Thompson equation arising in high intensity ultrasoundMar 14 2016In this paper, we study the Moore--Gibson--Thompson equation in $\mathbb{R}^N$, which is a third order in time equation that arises in viscous thermally relaxing fluids and also in viscoelastic materials (then under the name of \emph{standard linear viscoelastic} ... More
On the Feasibility of Generic Deep Disaggregation for Single-Load ExtractionFeb 05 2018Recently, and with the growing development of big energy datasets, data-driven learning techniques began to represent a potential solution to the energy disaggregation problem outperforming engineered and hand-crafted models. However, most proposed deep ... More
The Continuous quaternion Algebra-Valued Wavelet Transform and the Associated Uncertainty PrincipleFeb 22 2019The purpose of this article is to extend the wavelet transform to quaternion algebra using the kernel of the two-sided quaternion Fourier transform (QFT). We study some fundamental properties of this extension such as scaling, translation, rotation, Parseval's ... More
Optic phonons and the soft mode in 2H-NbSe2Mar 26 2013May 23 2013We present an investigation of the lattice dynamics of the charge-density-wave compound 2H-NbSe2. We analyze the precise nature of the wave vector dependent electron-phonon coupling (EPC) and derive the bare dispersion of the charge-density-wave (CDW) ... More
Continuity Properties of Finely Plurisubharmonic Functions and pluripolarityJun 11 2009We prove that every bounded finely plurisubharmonic function can be locally (in the pluri-fine topology) written as the difference of two usual plurisubharmonic functions. As a consequence finely plurisubharmonic functions are continuous with respect ... More
The Finite Horizon Optimal Multi-Modes Switching Problem: the Viscosity Solution ApproachMay 09 2008In this paper we show existence and uniqueness of a solution for a system of m variational partial differential inequalities with inter-connected obstacles. This system is the deterministic version of the Verification Theorem of the Markovian optimal ... More
A heat kernel version of Miyachi's Theorem for the Laguerre hypergroupDec 05 2018Let $\mathbb{K}=[0,+\infty[\times\mathbb{R}$ the Laguerre Hypergroup. In this paper, we are going to formulate and prove an analogue of Miyachi's uncertainty principle for the Laguerre-Hypergroup Fourier transform. Our version will be in terms of the ... More
The uncertainty principle for the two-sided quaternion Fourier transformSep 19 2017In this paper, we provide the Heisenberg's inequality and the Hardy's theorem for the two-sided quaternion Fourier transform.
Ring-theoretic properties of PVMDsJul 05 2006We extend to Pr\"ufer $v$-multiplication domains some distinguished ring-theoretic properties of Pr\"ufer domains. In particular we consider the $t##$-property, the $t$-radical trace property, $w$-divisoriality and $w$-stability.
Water on BN doped benzene: A hard test for exchange-correlation functionals and the impact of exact exchange on weak bindingNov 17 2016Density functional theory (DFT) studies of weakly interacting complexes have recently focused on the importance of van der Waals dispersion forces whereas, the role of exchange has received far less attention. Here, by exploiting the subtle binding between ... More
Particle Swarm Optimized Power Consumption of TrilaterationFeb 08 2016Trilateration-based localization (TBL) has become a corner stone of modern technology. This study formulates the concern on how wireless sensor networks can take advantage of the computational intelligent techniques using both single- and multi-objective ... More
Verification of High-Level Transformations with Inductive Refinement TypesSep 17 2018High-level transformation languages like Rascal include expressive features for manipulating large abstract syntax trees: first-class traversals, expressive pattern matching, backtracking and generalized iterators. We present the design and implementation ... More
Probing electronic order via coupling to low energy phonons in superconducting Bi$_2$Sr$_{2-x}$La$_x$CuO$_{6+δ}$Feb 22 2012We report high-resolution inelastic x-ray scattering measurements of the acoustic phonons in the single-layer cuprate $Bi_{2}Sr_{2-x)La_{x}CuO_{6+\delta}$. These measurements reveal anomalous broadening of the longitudinal acoustic phonon near the (1/4,1/4,0) ... More
Extended Phonon Collapse and the Origin of the Charge-Density-Wave in NbSe$_2$Mar 29 2011We report inelastic x-ray scattering measurements of the temperature dependence of phonon dispersion in the prototypical charge-density-wave (CDW) compound NbSe2. Surprisingly, acoustic phonons soften to zero frequency and become overdamped over an extended ... More
Size-dependent lattice dynamics of atomically precise cadmium selenide quantum dotsOct 21 2018Material properties depend sensitively on the atomic arrangements and atomic bonding, but these are notoriously difficult to measure in nanosized atomic clusters due to the small size of the objects and the challenge of obtaining bulk samples of identical ... More
Finite-Temperature Properties of Ba(Zr,Ti)O$_3$ Relaxors From First PrinciplesJun 04 2012A first-principles-based technique is developed to investigate properties of Ba(Zr,Ti)O$_3$ relaxor ferroelectrics as a function of temperature. The use of this scheme provides answers to important, unresolved and/or controversial questions, such as: ... More
Analytic quantum-interference conditions in Coulomb corrected photoelectron holographySep 18 2017We provide approximate analytic expressions for above-threshold ionization (ATI) transition probabilities and photoelectron angular distributions (PADs). These analytic expressions are more general than those existing in the literature and include the ... More
From the microscopic to the macroscopic world: from nucleons to neutron starsMar 15 2019Recent observations of neutron-star properties, in particular the recent detection of gravitational waves emitted from binary neutron stars, GW 170817, open the way to put strong constraints on nuclear interactions. In this paper, we review the state ... More
Go4 v2 Analysis FrameworkJun 03 2003Go4 developed at GSI is an analysis framework with a general purpose non blocking GUI. Go4 is based on ROOT. The GUI is implemented in Qt using GSI's QtROOT interface. Analysis and GUI run in separate tasks communicating through asynchronous object channels. ... More
DyLink2Vec: Effective Feature Representation for Link Prediction in Dynamic NetworksApr 16 2018The temporal dynamics of a complex system such as a social network or a communication network can be studied by understanding the patterns of link appearance and disappearance over time. A critical task along this understanding is to predict the link ... More
Throughput Maximization in Cloud Radio Access Networks using Network CodingJan 16 2018This paper is interested in maximizing the total throughput of cloud radio access networks (CRANs) in which multiple radio remote heads (RRHs) are connected to a central computing unit known as the cloud. The transmit frame of each RRH consists of multiple ... More
Improved electronic structure and magnetic exchange interactions in transition metal oxidesApr 29 2017We discuss the application of the Agapito Curtarolo and Buongiorno Nardelli (ACBN0) pseudo-hybrid Hubbard density functional to several transition metal oxides. ACBN0 is a fast, accurate and parameter-free alternative to traditional DFT+$U$ and hybrid ... More
Distributed Cluster Formation and Power-Bandwidth Allocation for Imperfect NOMA in DL-HetNetsDec 02 2018In this paper, we consider an non-ideal successive interference cancellation (SIC) receiver based imperfect non-orthogonal multiple access (NOMA) schemes whose performance is limited by three factors: 1) Power disparity \& sensitivity constraints (PDSCs), ... More
Throughput Maximization in Cloud-Radio Access Networks using Rate-Aware Network CodingJun 20 2018One of the most promising techniques for network-wide interference management necessitates a redesign of the network architecture known as cloud radio access network (CRAN). The cloud is responsible for coordinating multiple Remote Radio Heads (RRHs) ... More
Lattice dynamics and the nature of structural transitions in organolead halide perovskitesAug 18 2016Organolead halide perovskites are a family of hybrid organic-inorganic compounds whose remarkable optoelectronic properties have been under intensive scrutiny in recent years. Here we use inelastic X-ray scattering to study low-energy lattice excitations ... More
Linearization of third-order ordinary differential equations u'''=f(x,u,u',u'') via point transformationsMar 17 2018The linearization problem by use of the Cartan equivalence method for scalar third-order ODEs via point transformations was solved partially in [1,2]. In order to solve this problem completely, the Cartan equivalence method is applied to provide an invariant ... More