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(2017)"The apple of my eye" is something I cherish above all others. As a mathematician I study minimally degenerate Poisson manifolds. You can think of a Poisson manifold as the skin of a fruit. Imagine an apple. You probably ...
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(1998)The definition of the BaumConnes map is extended to the case of any smooth groupoid. Then we prove that the BaumConnes map is invariant under the groupoid equivalence.
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(20120918)This dissertation is divided into three main sections. The main result of Section 1 is that, for $a,b>1$, irrational, the quantity $\log (a/b)$ is ``not too far'' from the series of fractional parts $$ \sum_{n=1}^{\i ...
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(2003)Let A be an excellent local normal domain and fninfinity n=1 a sequence of prime elements lying in successively higher powers of the maximal ideal, such that each hypersurface A/ fnA satisfies R1. We establish the map ...
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(2006)This thesis is a study of the axiomatics of quantum vertex algebras based on the bicharacter construction suggested by R. Borcherds in [Bor01]. One of the goals is to use the ideas of [Bor01] to incorporate the examples ...
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(20190402)In this thesis, we consider nonlinear Schrödinger equations with double well potentials with attractive and repelling nonlinearities. We discuss bifurcations along bound states, especially ground states and the first excited ...
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(20100514)This dissertation involves two topics. The first is on the theory of partitions, which is discussed in Chapters 2 − 5. The second is on covering systems, which are considered in Chapters 6 − 8. In 2000, Farkas and Kra ...
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(1982)This thesis considers the notions of decomposable operators in the sense of C. Foias, and a certain analytic conditioncalled condition ((beta))due to Errett Bishop. It is shown that the concepts are related, and that ...
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(1989)We use R. Knorr's theory of virtually irreducible lattices to study the blocks of a finite group.
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BooleanValued Models of Set Theory When the Boolean Algebra Is a Proper Class in the Ground Model (1971)
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(1989)In this paper the Boolean valued method is used to develop a theory closely resembling the theory of probabilistic metric spaces. In this development the complete Boolean algebra used must have the form of the quotient ...
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(20151210)We study the bound states of the 1+1 dimensional Dirac equation with a scalar potential, which can also be interpreted as a position dependent "mass'', analytically as well as numerically. We derive a Prüferlike representation ...
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(20190410)Although the hierarchically hyperbolic space boundary is a generalization of the Gromov boundary, we will show there are fundamental differences between the two. First, we provide negative answers to questions posed by ...
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(2005)Moreover, in both cases above we give a characterization of dividing.
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(1981)We study binary errorcorrecting and errordetecting codes suitable for use on a completely asymmetric or Z channel. This channel accepts inputs of 0 and 1 and reproduces these faithfully as outputs, except that occasionally ...
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