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Ergodicity-breaking reveals time optimal economic behavior in humansJun 11 2019Jun 12 2019Ergodicity describes an equivalence between the expectation value and the time average of observables. Applied to human behaviour, ergodic theory reveals how individuals should tolerate risk in different environments. To optimise wealth over time, agents ... More
Ergodicity-breaking reveals time optimal economic behavior in humansJun 11 2019Ergodicity describes an equivalence between the expectation value and the time average of observables. Applied to human behaviour, ergodic theory reveals how individuals should tolerate risk in different environments. To optimise wealth over time, agents ... More
Continuous Vernier filtering of an optical frequency comb for broadband cavity-enhanced molecular spectroscopyMar 09 2016We have recently introduced the Vernier-based Direct Frequency Comb Cavity-Enhanced Spectroscopy technique and we present the corresponding formalism for quantitative broadband spectroscopy. We achieve high sensitivity and broadband performance by acquiring ... More
The spectrum of N$_2$ from 4,500 to 15,700 cm$^{-1}$ revisited with PGOPHERMay 07 2019Using a reference molecular atlas to ensure self-consistency of wavelength calibration is widespread practice. Boesch \& Reiners (Astronomy \& Astrophysics 582 A43 (2015)) reported a line list from a discharge of molecular nitrogen from 4500 to 11000 ... More
Generating functionals and Gaussian approximations for interruptible delay reactionsMay 19 2015We develop a generating functional description of the dynamics of non-Markovian individual-based systems, in which delay reactions can be terminated before completion. This generalises previous work in which a path-integral approach was applied to dynamics ... More
Cross ratios, translation lengths and maximal representationsAug 27 2009Jan 22 2011We define a family of four-point invariants for Shilov boundaries of bounded symmetric domains of tube type, which generalizes the classical four-point cross ratio on the unit circle. This generalization, which is based on a similar construction of Clerc ... More
Gaussian approximations for stochastic systems with delay: chemical Langevin equation and application to a Brusselator systemDec 10 2013Mar 25 2014We present a heuristic derivation of Gaussian approximations for stochastic chemical reaction systems with distributed delay. In particular we derive the corresponding chemical Langevin equation. Due to the non-Markovian character of the underlying dynamics ... More
Piecewise Weierstraß preparation and division for o-minimal holomorphic functionsJun 08 2016Given an o-minimal structure expanding the field of reals, we show a piecewise Weierstra{\ss} preparation theorem and a piecewise Weierstra{\ss} division theorem for the ring of definable holomorphic functions. The numbers of pieces needed are determined ... More
Quantized Equations of Motion and Currents in Noncommutative TheoriesJan 20 2005We study quantized equations of motion and currents, that means equations on the level of Green's functions, in three different approaches to noncommutative quantum field theories. At first, the case of only spatial noncommutativity is investigated in ... More
Arithmetic Problems in Cubic and Quartic Function FieldsJul 08 2010One of the main themes in this thesis is the description of the signature of both the infinite place and the finite places in cubic function fields of any characteristic and quartic function fields of characteristic at least 5. For these purposes, we ... More
Nonlocality with less ComplementarityJun 20 2011Feb 01 2012In quantum mechanics, nonlocality (a violation of a Bell inequality) is intimately linked to complementarity, by which we mean that consistently assigning values to different observables at the same time is not possible. Nonlocality can only occur when ... More
Beyond Bell's Theorem: Correlation ScenariosJun 22 2012Sep 02 2012Bell's Theorem witnesses that the predictions of quantum theory cannot be reproduced by theories of local hidden variables in which observers can choose their measurements independently of the source. Working out an idea of Branciard, Rosset, Gisin and ... More
Instrument Control at the FRM-II using TACO and NICOSOct 20 2002Oct 22 2002At the new neutron source FRM--II in Garching, Germany, the TACO control system, originally developed at the ESRF in Grenoble, France is used for instrument control purposes. TACO provides an object oriented, distributed control system including a clearly ... More
New Physics Search in Flavour PhysicsNov 24 2005With the running B, kaon and neutrino physics experiments, flavour physics takes centre stage within today's particle physics. We discuss the opportunities offered by these experiments in our search for new physics beyond the SM and discuss their complementarity ... More
Present Status of Inclusive Rare B DecaysDec 19 2002Feb 05 2003We give a status report on inclusive rare B decays, highlighting recent developments and open problems. We focus on the decay modes $B \to X_{s,d} \gamma$, $ B \to X_s \ell^+\ell^-$ and $B \to X_s \nu \bar \nu$ and on their role in the search for new ... More
Simpler Proofs by Symbolic PerturbationOct 08 2009Nov 04 2009In analyses of algorithms, a substantial amount of effort has often to be spent on the discussion of special cases. For example, when the analysis considers the cases X<Y and X>Y separately, one might have to be especially careful about what happens when ... More
On the Bloch-Kato conjecture for the Asai L-functionJul 02 2015Following Ribet's seminal 1976 paper there have been many results employing congruences between stable cuspforms and lifted forms to construct non-split extensions of Galois representations. We show how this strategy can be extended to construct elements ... More
Band antiferromagnetism in a two-band model for iron pnictidesDec 20 2013Jun 25 2014In this work I investigate a two-band Hubbard model using the Gutzwiller wavefunction. The tight-binding part of the model was constructed to have a gapless spin-density wave state which leads to Dirac points in the bandstructure, a common feature of ... More
The Peano software - parallel, automaton-based, dynamically adaptive grid traversalsJun 15 2015We introduce the third generation of the PDE framework Peano. It incorporates a mesh storage and traversal scheme for dynamically adaptive multiscale Cartesian grids. Starting from a formalism of the software design at hands of two types of interacting ... More
Using System Hyper Pipelining (SHP) to Improve the Performance of a Coarse-Grained Reconfigurable Architecture (CGRA) Mapped on an FPGAAug 28 2015The well known method C-Slow Retiming (CSR) can be used to automatically convert a given CPU into a multithreaded CPU with independent threads. These CPUs are then called streaming or barrel processors. System Hyper Pipelining (SHP) adds a new flexibility ... More
On Oscillations in the Social Force ModelJul 09 2015The Social Force Model is one of the most prominent models of pedestrian dynamics. As such naturally much discussion and criticism has spawned around it, some of which concerns the existence of oscillations in the movement of pedestrians. This contribution ... More
Fractional topological phases in three-dimensional coupled-wire systemsJun 03 2015Oct 12 2015It is shown that three-dimensional systems of coupled quantum wires support fractional topological phases composed of closed loops and open planes of two-dimensional fractional quantum Hall subsystems. These phases have topologically protected edge states, ... More
The critical probability for confetti percolation equals $1/2$Apr 29 2015Mar 05 2016In the confetti percolation model, or two-coloured dead leaves model, radius one disks arrive on the plane according to a space-time Poisson process. Each disk is coloured black with probability $p$ and white with probability $1-p$. In this paper we show ... More
Non-leptonic B-decays at two-loops in QCDOct 13 2014I review the status of the calculation of two-loop QCD corrections to non-leptonic B-decays in the framework of QCD factorisation. In the case of heavy-to-light decays I will cover the leading penguin amplitudes a_4^u and a_4^c. For heavy-to-heavy transitions ... More
An NLP Assistant for ClideSep 07 2014This report describes an NLP assistant for the collaborative development environment Clide, that supports the development of NLP applications by providing easy access to some common NLP data structures. The assistant visualizes text fragments and their ... More
Quantile-Based Spectral Analysis in an Object-Oriented Framework and a Reference Implementation in R: The quantspec PackageAug 28 2014Quantile-based approaches to the spectral analysis of time series have recently attracted a lot of attention. Despite a growing literature that contains various estimation proposals, no systematic methods for computing the new estimators are available ... More
Chromatic completionNov 06 2014We study the limit of the chromatic tower for not necessarily finite spectra, obtaining a generalization of the chromatic convergence theorem of Hopkins and Ravenel. Moreover, we prove that in general this limit does not coincide with harmonic localization, ... More
On Global Deformations of Quartic Double SolidsFeb 24 2014It is shown that a smooth global deformation of quartic double solids, i.e. double covers of $\mathbb P^3$ branched along smooth quartics, is again a quartic double solid without assuming the projectivity of the global deformation. The analogous result ... More
Role of medium modifications for neutrino-pair processes from nucleon-nucleon bremsstrahlung - Impact on the protoneutron star deleptonizationAug 17 2016Aug 23 2016In this article the neutrino-pair production from nucleon-nucleon (NN) bremsstrahlung is explored via medium-modifications of the strong interactions at the level of the one-pion exchange approximation. It governs the bulk part of the NN interaction at ... More
Form Follows Function -- Do algorithms and applications challenge or drag behind the hardware evolution?Jul 11 2016We summarise some of the key statements made at the workshop Form Follows Function at ISC High Performance 2016. The summary highlights what type of co-design the presented projects experience; often in the absence of an explicit co-design agenda. Their ... More
A Chomsky-Schützenberger representation for weighted multiple context-free languagesJun 13 2016Nov 28 2016We prove a Chomsky-Sch\"utzenberger representation theorem for multiple context-free languages weighted over complete commutative strong bimonoids.
String Method for Generalized Gradient Flows: Computation of Rare Events in Reversible Stochastic ProcessesJul 31 2018Aug 23 2018Rare transitions in stochastic processes often can be rigorously described via an underlying large deviation principle. Recent breakthroughs in the classification of reversible stochastic processes as gradient flows have led to a connection of large deviation ... More
The complex shade of a real space and its applicationsApr 05 2001A natural oriented (2k+2)-chain in CP^{2k+1} with boundary twice RP^{2k+1}, its complex shade, is constructed. Via intersection numbers with the shade, a new invariant, the shade number of k-dimensional subvarieties with normal vector fields along their ... More
An exact and two heuristic strategies for truthful bidding in combinatorial transport auctionsJun 07 2014To support a freight carrier in a combinatorial transport auction, we proposes an exact and two heuristic strategies for bidding on subsets of requests. The exact bidding strategy is based on the concept of elementary request combinations. We show that ... More
The concept of bounded mean motion for toral homeomorphismsFeb 28 2008Apr 29 2008A conservative irrational pseudo-rotation of the two-torus is semi-conjugate to the irrational rotation if and only if it has the property of bounded mean motion [10]. (Here 'irrational pseudo-rotation' means a toral homeomorphism with uniquely defined, ... More
Using the AIDA Language to Formally Organize Scientific ClaimsJun 05 2018Scientific communication still mainly relies on natural language written in scientific papers, which makes the described knowledge very difficult to access with automatic means. We can therefore only make limited use of formal knowledge organization methods ... More
Convex programming in optimal control and information theoryDec 13 2017The main theme of this thesis is the development of computational methods for classes of infinite-dimensional optimization problems arising in optimal control and information theory. The first part of the thesis is concerned with the optimal control of ... More
String Method for Generalized Gradient Flows: Computation of Rare Events in Reversible Stochastic ProcessesJul 31 2018Mar 14 2019Rare transitions in stochastic processes can often be rigorously described via an underlying large deviation principle. Recent breakthroughs in the classification of reversible stochastic processes as gradient flows have led to a connection of large deviation ... More
Verma modules over p-adic Arens-Michael envelopes of reductive Lie algebrasAug 23 2010Jun 25 2013Let K be a locally compact nonarchimedean field, g a split reductive Lie algebra over K and U(g) its universal enveloping algebra. We study the category C_g of coadmissible modules over the nonarchimedean Arens-Michael envelope of U(g). Let p be a parabolic ... More
Positions of characters in finite groups and the Taketa inequalityNov 06 2013Dec 17 2014We define the position of an irreducible complex character of a finite group as an alternative to the degree. We then use this to define three classes of groups: PR-groups, IPR-groups and weak IPR-groups. We show that IPR-groups and weak IPR-groups are ... More
The Shannon Lower Bound is Asymptotically TightApr 30 2015Feb 22 2016The Shannon lower bound is one of the few lower bounds on the rate-distortion function that holds for a large class of sources. In this paper, it is demonstrated that its gap to the rate-distortion function vanishes as the allowed distortion tends to ... More
The Fermion Sign Problem in Path Integral Monte Carlo Simulations: Quantum Dots, Ultracold Atoms, and Warm Dense MatterJun 03 2019The ab initio thermodynamic simulation of correlated Fermi systems is of central importance for many applications, such as warm dense matter, electrons in quantum dots, and ultracold atoms. Unfortunately, path integral Monte Carlo (PIMC) simulations of ... More
Compact generators in categories of matrix factorizationsApr 29 2009Feb 08 2011We study the category of matrix factorizations associated to the germ of an isolated hypersurface singularity. This category is shown to admit a compact generator which is given by the stabilization of the residue field. We deduce a quasi-equivalence ... More
Forms of an affinoid disc and ramificationDec 14 2012Dec 01 2014Let $k$ be a complete nonarchimedean field and let $X$ be an affinoid closed disc over $k$. We classify the tamely ramified twisted forms of $X$. Generalizing work of P. Russell on inseparable forms of the affine line we construct explicit families of ... More
On unitary deformations of smooth modular representationsDec 20 2009Oct 15 2012Let G be a locally analytic group. We use deformation theory and Emerton's 'augmented' Iwasawa modules to study the possible liftings of a given absolutely irreducible smooth modular representation of G to a unitary Banach space representation. Final ... More
Decomposition of tensor products involving a Steinberg moduleJun 20 2016Feb 08 2018We study the decomposition of tensor products between a Steinberg module and a costandard module, both as a module for the algebraic group $G$ and when restricted to either a Frobenius kernel $G_r$ or a finite Chevalley group $G(\mathbb{F}_q)$. In all ... More
Resonance chains and geometric limits on Schottky surfacesMar 28 2014Resonance chains have been observed in many different physical and mathematical scattering problems. Recently numerical studies linked the phenomenon of resonances chains to an approximate clustering of the length spectrum on integer multiples of a base ... More
Zeros of the Zak transform of totally positive functionsNov 06 2014We study the Zak transform of totally positive (TP) functions. We use the convergence of the Zak transform of TP functions of finite type to prove that the Zak transforms of all TP functions without Gaussian factor in the Fourier transform have only one ... More
Eventual smoothness of generalized solutions to a singular chemotaxis-Stokes systemMay 17 2017We study the chemotaxis-fluid system \begin{align*} \left\{ \begin{array}{r@{\,}c@{\,}c@{\ }l@{\quad}l@{\quad}l@{\,}c} n_{t}&+&u\cdot\!\nabla n&=\Delta n-\nabla\!\cdot(\frac{n}{c}\nabla c),\ &x\in\Omega,& t>0, c_{t}&+&u\cdot\!\nabla c&=\Delta c-nc,\ &x\in\Omega,& ... More
Slice theorem for Fréchet group actions and covariant symplectic field theoryMay 09 2014A general slice theorem for the action of a Fr\'echet Lie group on a Fr\'echet manifolds is established. The Nash-Moser theorem provides the fundamental tool to generalize the result of Palais to this infinite-dimensional setting. The presented slice ... More
On permutations with decidable cyclesDec 15 2016Recursive permutations whose cycles are the classes of a decidable equivalence relation are studied; the set of these permutations is called $\mathrm{Perm}$, the group of all recursive permutations $\mathcal{G}$. Multiple equivalent computable representations ... More
Global very weak solutions to a chemotaxis-fluid system with nonlinear diffusionDec 01 2017Jun 06 2018We consider the chemotaxis-fluid system \begin{align}\label{star}\tag{$\diamondsuit$} \left\{ \begin{array}{r@{\,}c@{\,}c@{\ }l@{\quad}l@{\quad}l@{\,}c} n_{t}&+&u\cdot\!\nabla n&=\Delta n^m-\nabla\!\cdot(n\nabla c),\ &x\in\Omega,& t>0,\\ c_{t}&+&u\cdot\!\nabla ... More
The Stokes limit in a three-dimensional chemotaxis-Navier-Stokes systemFeb 17 2019We consider initial-boundary value problems for the $\kappa$-dependent family of chemotaxis-(Navier--)Stokes systems \begin{align*} \left\{ \begin{array}{r@{\,}c@{\,}c@{\ }l@{\quad}l@{\quad}l@{\,}c} n_{t}&+&u\cdot\!\nabla n&=\Delta n-\nabla\!\cdot(n\nabla ... More
Global solvability of chemotaxis-fluid systems with nonlinear diffusion and matrix-valued sensitivities in three dimensionsJul 06 2018In this work we extend a recent result to chemotaxis fluid systems which include matrix-valued sensitivity functions $S(x,n,c):\Omega\times[0,\infty)^2\to\mathbb{R}^{3\times3}$ in addition to the porous medium type diffusion, which were discussed in the ... More
The Dirichlet problem in the plane with semianalytic raw data, quasianalyticity and o-minimal structuresMay 14 2007Jul 21 2008We investigate the Dirichlet solution for a semianalytic continuous function on the boundary of a semianalytic bounded domain in the plane. We show that the germ of the Dirichlet solution at a boundary point with angle greater than 0 lies in a certain ... More
A Principled Approach to Grammars for Controlled Natural Languages and Predictive EditorsNov 15 2012Controlled natural languages (CNL) with a direct mapping to formal logic have been proposed to improve the usability of knowledge representation systems, query interfaces, and formal specifications. Predictive editors are a popular approach to solve the ... More
Codeco: A Grammar Notation for Controlled Natural Language in Predictive EditorsMar 29 2011Existing grammar frameworks do not work out particularly well for controlled natural languages (CNL), especially if they are to be used in predictive editors. I introduce in this paper a new grammar notation, called Codeco, which is designed specifically ... More
Birth-death processes with quenched uncertainty and intrinsic noiseJun 13 2016The dynamics of populations is frequently subject to intrinsic noise. At the same time unknown interaction networks or rate constants can present quenched uncertainty. Existing approaches often involve repeated sampling of the quenched disorder and then ... More
On the field dependent surface resistance of niobium on copper cavitiesDec 02 2014The surface resistance Rs of superconducting cavities prepared by sputter coating a thin niobium film on a copper substrate increases significantly stronger with the applied RF field compared to cavities of bulk material. A possible cause is that due ... More
Higher categorical aspects of Hall AlgebrasMay 26 2015These are extended notes for a series of lectures on Hall algebras given at the CRM Barcelona in February 2015. The basic idea of the theory of Hall algebras is that the collection of flags in an exact category encodes an associative multiplication law. ... More
Science Bots: a Model for the Future of Scientific Computation?Mar 15 2015As a response to the trends of the increasing importance of computational approaches and the accelerating pace in science, I propose in this position paper to establish the concept of "science bots" that autonomously perform programmed tasks on input ... More
Tiling Vertices and the Spacing Distribution of their Radial ProjectionJan 23 2014The Fourier-based diffraction approach is an established method to extract order and symmetry propertiesfrom a given point set. We want to investigate a different method for planar sets which works in direct spaceand relies on reduction of the point set ... More
Beyond Bell's Theorem II: Scenarios with arbitrary causal structureApr 18 2014Aug 10 2015It has recently been found that Bell scenarios are only a small subclass of interesting setups for studying the non-classical features of quantum theory within spacetime. We find that it is possible to talk about classical correlations, quantum correlations ... More
Status of SM calculations of b > s transitionsMar 21 2007May 22 2007We report recent progress in SM calculations of $b \to s$ transitions. We discuss the first NNLL prediction of the $\bar B \to X_s \gamma$ branching ratio, including important additional subtleties due to non-perturbative corrections and logarithmically-enhanced ... More
Equivariant spectral asymptotics for h-pseudodifferential operatorsNov 11 2013Dec 11 2014We prove equivariant spectral asymptotics for $ h$-pseudodifferential operators for compact orthogonal group actions generalizing results of El-Houakmi and Helffer (1991) and Cassanas (2006). Using recent results for certain oscillatory integrals with ... More
Quantum logic is undecidableJul 20 2016We investigate the first-order theory of closed subspaces of complex Hilbert spaces in the signature $(\lor,\perp,0)$, where `$\perp$' is orthogonality. Our main result is that already its purely implicational fragment is undecidable: there is no algorithm ... More
Nonabelian Gauge Symmetry in the Causal Epstein-Glaser ApproachNov 20 1995We present some generalizations of a recently proposed alternative approach to nonabelian gauge theories based on the causal Epstein-Glaser method in perturbative quantum field theory. Nonabelian gauge invariance is defined by a simple commutator relation ... More
Interpretation of charged Higgs effects in low energy flavour physicsApr 27 2011We discuss two-Higgs-doublet models in view of the present flavour data, in particular present indirect bounds and different techniques of flavour protection
Gluino-Mediated Rare B DecaysNov 10 1999We discuss the gluino-induced contribution to rare B decays in supersymmetric frameworks with generic sources of flavour change.
Retarded Functions in Noncommutative TheoriesDec 28 2004Apr 07 2005The perturbative approach to quantum field theory using retarded functions is extended to noncommutative theories. Unitarity as well as quantized equations of motion are studied and seen to cause problems in the case of space-time noncommutativity. A ... More
Violation of Remaining Lorentz Symmetry in the Approach of Time-Ordered Perturbation Theory to Space-Time NoncommutativityNov 12 2004Jan 20 2005We study remaining Lorentz symmetry, i.e. Lorentz transformations which leave the noncommutativity parameter $\theta^{\mu\nu}$ invariant, within the approach of time-ordered perturbation theory (TOPT) to space-time noncommutative theories. Their violation ... More
Interacting electrons in a magnetic field: mapping quantum mechanics to a classical ersatz-systemJul 09 2012Solving the quantum-mechanical many-body problem requires scalable computational approaches, which are rooted in a good understanding of the physics of correlated electronic systems. Interacting electrons in a magnetic field display a huge variety of ... More
Landau level broadening without disorder, non-integer plateaus without interactions - an alternative model of the quantum Hall effectJan 26 2006Jan 31 2006I review some aspects of an alternative model of the quantum Hall effect, which is not based on the presence of disorder potentials. Instead, a quantization of the electronic drift current in the presence of crossed electric and magnetic fields is employed ... More
Time-dependent approach to transport and scattering in atomic and mesoscopic physicsNov 14 2010Transport and scattering phenomena in open quantum-systems with a continuous energy spectrum are conveniently solved using the time-dependent Schrodinger equation. In the time-dependent picture, the evolution of an initially localized wave-packet reveals ... More
Cartier crystals and perverse constructible étale $p$-torsion sheavesMar 24 2016For an $F$-finite scheme $X$ separated over a field of characteristic $p>0$ which admits an embedding into a smooth $k$-scheme, we establish an equivalence between the bounded derived categories of Cartier crystals on $X$ and constructible $\mathbb{Z}/p\mathbb{Z}$-sheaves ... More
Dynamically evolved community size and stability of random Lotka-Volterra ecosystemsAug 20 2018We use dynamical generating functionals to study the stability and size of communities evolving in Lotka-Volterra systems with random interaction coefficients. The size of the eco-system is not set from the beginning. Instead, we start from a set of possible ... More
A new all-sky map of Galactic high-velocity clouds from the 21-cm HI4PI surveyDec 04 2017High-velocity clouds (HVCs) are neutral or ionised gas clouds in the vicinity of the Milky Way that are characterised by high radial velocities inconsistent with participation in the regular rotation of the Galactic disc. Previous attempts to create a ... More
Multi-Task Learning for Argumentation MiningApr 23 2019Multi-task learning has recently become a very active field in deep learning research. In contrast to learning a single task in isolation, multiple tasks are learned at the same time, thereby utilizing the training signal of related tasks to improve the ... More
KO-theory of complex flag varieties of ordinary typeFeb 02 2019We compute the topological Witt groups of every complex flag manifold of ordinary type, and thus the interesting (i.e. torsion) part of the KO-groups of these manifolds. Equivalently, we compute Balmer's Witt groups of each flag variety of ordinary type ... More
Excitations and correlations in the driven-dissipative Bose-Hubbard modelJan 29 2019Using a field-theoretic approach within the Schwinger-Keldysh formalism, we study a Bose-Hubbard model in the presence of a driving field and dissipation due to one-body losses. We recover the bistability diagram from the Gross-Pitaevski equation and ... More
Hydrodynamic Coulomb drag and bounds on diffusionMay 01 2019We study Coulomb drag between an active layer with a clean electron liquid and a passive layer with a pinned electron lattice in the regime of fast intralayer equilibration. Such a two-fluid system offers an experimentally realizable way to disentangle ... More
Arc numbers from Gauss diagramsNov 01 2010We characterize planar diagrams which may be divided into n arc embeddings in terms of their chord diagrams, generalizing a result of Taniyama for the case n = 2. Two algorithms are provided, one which finds a minimal arc embedding (in quadradic time ... More
Logarithms, constructible functions and integration on non-archimedean models of the theory of the real field with restricted analytic functions with value group of finite archimedean rankMar 01 2018Mar 13 2018Given a model of the theory of the real field with restricted analytic functions such that its value group has finite archimedean rank we show how one can extend the restricted logarithm to a global logarithm with values in the polynomial ring over the ... More
Auslander Regularity of p-adic Distribution AlgebrasMar 15 2007Oct 01 2012Given a compact p-adic Lie group we show that its distribution algebra is Frechet-Stein with Auslander regular Banach algebras. As an application, we show that nonzero coadmissible modules coming from smooth or, more general, U(g)-finite representations ... More
Notes on Triangulated CategoriesJul 14 2014Jul 16 2014We give an elementary introduction to the theory of triangulated categories covering their axioms, homological algebra in triangulated categories, triangulated subcategories, and Verdier localization. We try to use a minimal set of axioms for triangulated ... More
Picard groups in $p$-adic Fourier theoryMar 27 2009Jun 25 2013Let $L$ be a proper finite extension of the field of $p$-adic numbers and let $o\subset L$ be its integers, viewed as an abelian locally $L$-analytic group. Let $\hat{o}$ be the rigid analytic group variety parametrizing the locally analytic characters ... More
Uniform persistence in a prey-predator model with a diseased predatorJan 21 2019Following the well-extablished mathematical approach to persistence and its recent developments we give a rigorous theoretical explanation to the numerical results obtained for a certain prey-predator model with functional response of Holling type II ... More
Energy identity for approximations of harmonic maps from surfacesMay 31 2007Sep 11 2008We prove the energy identity for min-max sequences of the Sacks-Uhlenbeck and the biharmonic approximation of harmonic maps from surfaces into general target manifolds. The proof relies on Hopf-differential type estimates for the two approximations and ... More
Global generalized solutions to a parabolic-elliptic Keller-Segel system with singular sensitivityMay 18 2017May 19 2017We investigate the parabolic-elliptic Keller-Segel model \begin{align*}\left\{\begin{array}{r@{\,}l@{\quad}l@{\quad}l@{\,}c} u_{t}&=\Delta u-\,\chi\nabla\!\cdot(\frac{u}{v}\nabla v),\ &x\in\Omega,& t>0,\\ 0&=\Delta v-\,v+u,\ &x\in\Omega,& t>0,\\ \frac{\partial ... More
The creation of strange non-chaotic attractors in non-smooth saddle-node bifurcationsFeb 06 2006Aug 20 2007We propose a general mechanism by which strange non-chaotic attractors (SNA) are created during the collision of invariant curves in quasiperiodically forced systems. This mechanism is first discussed on an heuristic level and by means of simulations. ... More
Operator system structures on the unital direct sum of C*-algebrasNov 04 2010Feb 09 2012This work is motivated by Radulescu's result on the comparison of C*-tensor norms on C*(F_n) x C*(F_n). For unital C*-algebras A and B, there are natural inclusions of A and B into their unital free product, their maximal tensor product and their minimal ... More
Differential 3-knots in 5-space with and without self intersectionsFeb 10 2000Regular homotopy classes of immersions of a 3-sphere in 5-space constitute an infinite cyclic group. The classes containing embeddings form a subgroup of index 24. The obstruction for a generic immersion to be regularly homotopic to an embedding is described ... More
On the Bloch-Kato conjecture for the Asai L-functionJul 02 2015Nov 28 2016Following Ribet's seminal 1976 paper there have been many results employing congruences between stable cuspforms and lifted forms to construct non-split extensions of Galois representations. We show how this strategy can be extended to construct elements ... More
Homotopy (Pre-)Derivators of Cofibration Categories and Quasi-CategoriesDec 21 2017Apr 20 2018We prove that the homotopy prederivator of a cofibration category is equivalent to the homotopy prederivator of its associated quasi-category of frames, as introduced by Szumi\l{}o. We use this comparison result to deduce various abstract properties of ... More
On locally analytic Beilinson-Bernstein localization and the canonical dimensionAug 07 2011Jun 25 2013Let G be a connected split reductive group over a p-adic field. In the first part of the paper we prove, under certain assumptions on G and the prime p, a localization theorem of Beilinson-Bernstein type for admissible locally analytic representations ... More
Classification of skew multiplicity free modulesApr 01 2010Nov 30 2011Let $G$ be a connected reductive group defined over $\CC$ with a finite dimensional representation $V$. The action of $G$ is said to be skew multiplicity-free (SMF) if the exterior algebra $\bigwedge V$ contains no irreducible representation of $G$ with ... More
A unified construction of semiring-homomorphic graph invariantsJan 04 2019Jan 22 2019It has recently been observed by Zuiddam that finite graphs form a preordered commutative semiring under the graph homomorphism preorder together with join and disjunctive product as addition and multiplication, respectively. This led to a new characterization ... More
A generalization of Strassen's Positivstellensatz and its application to large deviation theoryOct 19 2018Jan 04 2019Strassen's Positivstellensatz is a powerful but little known theorem on preordered commutative semirings satisfying a boundedness condition similar to Archimedeanicity. It characterizes the relaxed preorder induced by all monotone homomorphisms to $\mathbb{R}_+$ ... More
Categories of Fractions RevisitedMar 18 2008Sep 16 2011The theory of categories of fractions as originally developed by Gabriel and Zisman is reviewed in a pedagogical manner giving detailed proofs of all statements. A weakening of the category of fractions axioms used by Higson is discussed and shown to ... More
Almost complex manifolds are (almost) complexMar 24 2019We analyze the differential relation corresponding to integrability of almost complex structures, reformulated as a directed immersion relation by Demailly and Gaussier. We prove that the relation has formal solutions up to complex dimension 77, and that, ... More