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This document is issued on date 20160901.
Topics: officiële publicatie, Brief, Kamerstuk
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A. Dyrdał; V. K. Dugaev; J. Barnaś
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We calculate orbital spindependent magnetization in a twodimensional electron gas with spinorbit interaction of Rashba type. Such an orbital magnetization is admitted by the timereversal symmetry of the system, and gives rise to spin currents when the system is not in thermal equilibrium. The theoretical approach is based on the linear response theory and the Matsubara Green's function formalism. To account for the spinresolved orbital magnetization a spindependent vector potential has...
Topics: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics, Condensed Matter
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00470
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Fabio Pezzoli; Anna Giorgioni; David Patchett; Maksym Myronov
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GeSn epitaxial heterostructures are emerging as prominent candidates for the monolithic integration of light sources on Si substrates. Here we propose a judicious explanation for their temperaturedependent photoluminescence (PL) that is based upon the so far disregarded optical activity of dislocations. By working at the onset of plastic relaxation, which occurs whenever the epilayer releases the strain accumulated during growth on the lattice mismatched substrate, we demonstrate that...
Topics: Materials Science, Condensed Matter
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00542
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The famous Nakayama conjecture states that the dominant dimension of a nonselfinjective finite dimensional algebra is finite. In \cite{Yam}, Yamagata stated the stronger conjecture that the dominant dimension of a nonselfinjective finite dimensional algebra is bounded by a function depending on the number of simple modules of that algebra. With a view towards those conjectures, new bounds on dominant dimensions seem desirable. We give a new approach to bounds on the dominant dimension of...
Topics: Representation Theory, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00588
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Kirill Martiyanov; Tatiana Barmashova; Vasiliy Makhalov; Andrey Turlapov
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Spatial profiles of the pressure have been measured in atomic Fermi gases with primarily 2D kinematics. The inplane motion of the particles is confined by a gaussianshape potential. The twocomponent deeplydegenerate Fermi gases are prepared at different values of the swave attraction. The pressure profile is found using the forcebalance equation, from the measured density profile and the trapping potential. The pressure is compared to zerotemperature models within the local density...
Topics: Condensed Matter, Quantum Gases
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00550
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Marek Nečada; JaniPetri Martikainen; Päivi Törmä
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We introduce a generalized Dickelike model to describe twolevel systems coupled with a single bosonic mode. In addition, the twolevel systems mutually interact via direct dipoledipole interaction. We apply the model to an ensemble of dye molecules coupled to a plasmonic excitation in a metallic nanoparticle and study how the dipoledipole interaction and configurational randomness introduced to the system affect the energy spectra. Comparing the system eigenenergies obtained by our model...
Topics: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics, Optics, Condensed Matter, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00555
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Wioletta Szeligowska; Marek Kaluszka
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In the paper we give necessary and sufficient conditions for the Jensen inequality to hold for the generalized Choquet integral with respect to a pair of capacities. Next, we apply obtained result to the theory of risk aversion by providing the assumptions on utility function and capacities under which an agent is risk averse. Moreover, we show that the ArrowPratt theorem can be generalized to cover the case, where the expectation is replaced by the generalized Choquet integral.
Topics: Risk Management, Quantitative Finance
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00554
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Ansgar Reiners; Ulrike Lemke; Florian Bauer; Benjamin Beeck; Philipp Huke
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On March 20, 2015, we obtained 159 spectra of the Sun as a star with the solar telescope and the FTS at the Institut f\"ur Astrophysik G\"ottingen, 76 spectra were taken during partial solar eclipse. We obtained RVs using $I_2$ as wavelength reference and determined the RM curve with a peaktopeak amplitude of almost 1.4 km s$^{1}$ at typical RV precision better than 1 m s$^{1}$. We modeled diskintegrated solar RVs using surface velocities, limb darkening, and information about...
Topics: Earth and Planetary Astrophysics, Astrophysics, Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00535
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Nikolaas Steenbergen; Sebastian Schelter; Felix Bießmann
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With the rise of big data sets, the popularity of kernel methods declined and neural networks took over again. The main problem with kernel methods is that the kernel matrix grows quadratically with the number of data points. Most attempts to scale up kernel methods solve this problem by discarding data points or basis functions of some approximation of the kernel map. Here we present a simple yet effective alternative for scaling up kernel methods that takes into account the entire data set...
Topics: Computing Research Repository, Learning
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00585
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Ilya Kossovskiy; Bernhard Lamel; Ming Xiao
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We provide regularity results for CRmaps between real hypersurfaces in complex spaces of different dimension with a Levidegenerate target. We address both the realanalytic and the smooth case. Our results allow immediate applications to the study of proper holomorphic maps between Bounded Symmetric Domains.
Topics: Complex Variables, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00652
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The dispersion relation for magnetoplasmons in a planar superlattice with periodically alternating regions of gapless and gapped modications of graphene has been derived within the frame of the randomphase approximation. The contribution of virtual transitions between the lower electron miniband and the upper hole miniband to the polarization operator has been taken into account in addition to the contribution of virtual intraminiband transitions.
Topics: Mesoscale and Nanoscale Physics, Condensed Matter
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00611
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Erick de Moraes Franklin; Fabíola Tocchini de Figueiredo; Eugênio Spanó Rosa
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Experiments on the effects due solely to a mobile granular layer on a liquid flow are presented (feedback effect). Nonintrusive measurements were performed in a closed conduit channel of rectangular cross section where grains were transported as bed load by a turbulent water flow. The water velocity profiles were measured over fixed and mobile granular beds of same granulometry by Particle Image Velocimetry. The spatial resolution of the measurements allowed the experimental quantification of...
Topics: Fluid Dynamics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00618
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Thiago Colla; Matheus Girotto; Alexandre P. dos Santos; Yan Levin
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We study, using Density Functional theory and Monte Carlo simulations, aqueous electrolyte solutions between charged infinite planar surfaces, in a contact with a bulk salt reservoir. In agreement with recent experimental observations [Z. Luo et al., Nat. Comm. 6, 6358 (2015)], we find that the confined electrolyte lacks local charge neutrality. We show that a Density Functional Theory (DFT) based on a bulk HNC expansion properly accounts for strong electrostatic correlations and allows us to...
Topics: Soft Condensed Matter, Condensed Matter
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00619
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Ralf Lübben; Markus Fidler
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Closedloop flow control protocols, such as the prominent implementation TCP, are prevalent in the Internet, today. TCP has continuously been improved for greedy traffic sources to achieve high throughput over networks with large bandwidth delay products. Recently, the increasing use for streaming and interactive applications, such as voice and video, has shifted the focus towards its delay performance. Given the need for realtime communication of nongreedy sources via TCP, we present an...
Topics: Networking and Internet Architecture, Computing Research Repository
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00653
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V. S. Tamazian; O. Y. Malkov; J. A. Docobo; D. A. Chulkov; P. P. Campo
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We have selected a set of 17 visual binaries that demonstrate great inconsistency between the systemic mass obtained through Kepler's Third Law as compared to that calculated through standard massluminosity and massspectrum relationships. A careful inspection of orbital data and parallaxes showed that the current orbits of nine binaries (WDS 001551608, WDS 00174+0853, WDS 05017+2050, WDS 06410+0954, WDS 162122536, WDS 173363706, WDS 192171557, WDS 20312+1116, and WDS 21118+5959) do not...
Topics: Astrophysics, Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00487
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H. E. S. S. Collaboration; H. Abdalla; A. Abramowski; F. Aharonian; F. Ait Benkhali; A. G. Akhperjanian; T. Andersson; E. O. Angüner; M. Arrieta; P. Aubert; M. Backes; T. Jogler; L. Jouvin; I. JungRichardt; M. A. Kastendieck; K. Katarzyński; U. Katz; D. Kerszberg; B. Khélifi; M. Kieffer; J. King; A. Balzer; S. Klepser; D. Klochkov; W. Kluźniak; D. Kolitzus; Nu. Komin; K. Kosack; S. Krakau; M. Kraus; F. Krayzel; P. P. Krüger; M. Barnard; H. Laffon; G. Lamanna; J. Lau; J. P. Lees; J. Lefaucheur; V. Lefranc; A. Lemière; M. LemoineGoumard; J. P. Lenain; E. Leser; Y. Becherini; T. Lohse; M. Lorentz; R. Liu; R. LópezCoto; I. Lypova; V. Marandon; A. Marcowith; C. Mariaud; R. Marx; G. Maurin; J. Becker Tjus; N. Maxted; M. Mayer; P. J. Meintjes; M. Meyer; A. M. W. Mitchell; R. Moderski; M. Mohamed; L. Mohrmann; K. Morå; E. Moulin; D. Berge; T. Murach; M. de Naurois; F. Niederwanger; J. Niemiec; L. Oakes; P. O'Brien; H. Odaka; S. Öttl; S. Ohm; M. Ostrowski; S. Bernhard; I. Oya; M. Padovani; M. Panter; R. D. Parsons; N. W. Pekeur; G. Pelletier; C. Perennes; P. O. Petrucci; B. Peyaud; Q. Piel; K. Bernlöhr; S. Pita; H. Poon; D. Prokhorov; H. Prokoph; G. Pühlhofer; M. Punch; A. Quirrenbach; S. Raab; A. Reimer; O. Reimer; R. Blackwell; M. Renaud; R. de los Reyes; F. Rieger; C. Romoli; S. RosierLees; G. Rowell; B. Rudak; C. B. Rulten; V. Sahakian; D. Salek; M. Böttcher; D. A. Sanchez; A. Santangelo; M. Sasaki; R. Schlickeiser; F. Schüssler; A. Schulz; U. Schwanke; S. Schwemmer; M. Settimo; A. S. Seyffert; C. Boisson; N. Shafi; I. Shilon; R. Simoni; H. Sol; F. Spanier; G. Spengler; F. Spies; Ł. Stawarz; R. Steenkamp; C. Stegmann; J. Bolmont; F. Stinzing; K. Stycz; I. Sushch; J. P. Tavernet; T. Tavernier; A. M. Taylor; R. Terrier; L. Tibaldo; D. Tiziani; M. Tluczykont; P. Bordas; C. Trichard; R. Tuffs; Y. Uchiyama; D. J. van der Walt; C. van Eldik; C. van Rensburg; B. van Soelen; G. Vasileiadis; J. Veh; C. Venter; J. Bregeon; A. Viana; P. Vincent; J. Vink; F. Voisin; H. J. Völk; T. Vuillaume; Z. Wadiasingh; S. J. Wagner; P. Wagner; R. M. Wagner; F. Brun; R. White; A. Wierzcholska; P. Willmann; A. Wörnlein; D. Wouters; R. Yang; V. Zabalza; D. Zaborov; M. Zacharias; A. A. Zdziarski; P. Brun; A. Zech; F. Zefi; A. Ziegler; N. Żywucka; FermiLAT Collaboration; J. Katsuta; M. Bryan; T. Bulik; M. Capasso; J. Carr; S. Casanova; M. Cerruti; N. Chakraborty; R. ChalmeCalvet; R. C. G. Chaves; A. Chen; J. Chevalier; M. Chrétien; S. Colafrancesco; G. Cologna; B. Condon; J. Conrad; Y. Cui; I. D. Davids; J. Decock; B. Degrange; C. Deil; J. Devin; P. deWilt; L. Dirson; A. DjannatiAtaï; W. Domainko; A. Donath; L. O'C. Drury; G. Dubus; K. Dutson; J. Dyks; T. Edwards; K. Egberts; P. Eger; J. P. Ernenwein; S. Eschbach; C. Farnier; S. Fegan; M. V. Fernandes; A. Fiasson; G. Fontaine; A. Förster; S. Funk; M. Füßling; S. Gabici; M. Gajdus; Y. A. Gallant; T. Garrigoux; G. Giavitto; B. Giebels; J. F. Glicenstein; D. Gottschall; A. Goyal; M. H. Grondin; D. Hadasch; J. Hahn; M. Haupt; J. Hawkes; G. Heinzelmann; G. Henri; G. Hermann; O. Hervet; J. A. Hinton; W. Hofmann; C. Hoischen; M. Holler; D. Horns; A. Ivascenko; A. Jacholkowska; M. Jamrozy; M. Janiak; D. Jankowsky; F. Jankowsky; M. Jingo
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The supernova remnant (SNR) W49B originated from a corecollapse supernova that occurred between one and four thousand years ago, and subsequently evolved into a mixedmorphology remnant, which is interacting with molecular clouds (MC). $\gamma$ray observations of SNR/MC associations are a powerful tool to constrain the origin of Galactic cosmicrays, as they can probe the acceleration of hadrons through their interaction with the surrounding medium and subsequent emission of nonthermal...
Topics: Astrophysics, High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00600
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James Barnard; Edmund Noel Dawe; Matthew J. Dolan; Nina Rajcic
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Machine learning methods incorporating deep neural networks have been the subject of recent proposals for new hadronic resonance taggers. These methods require training on a dataset produced by an event generator where the true class labels are known. However, training a network on a specific event generator may bias the network towards learning features associated with the approximations to QCD used in that generator which are not present in real data. We therefore investigate the effects of...
Topics: High Energy Physics  Phenomenology, High Energy Physics  Experiment
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00607
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Rüdiger Kürsten; Ulrich Behn
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An infinite array of globally coupled overdamped constituents moving in a doublewell potential with $n$th order saturation term under the influence of additive Gaussian white noise is investigated. The system exhibits a continuous phase transition from a symmetric phase to a symmetrybroken phase. The qualitative behavior is independent on $n$. The critical point is calculated for strong and for weak noise, these limits are also bounds for the critical point. Introducing an additional...
Topics: Statistical Mechanics, Condensed Matter
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00641
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Alshaimaa Hassanin; Bernhard Kliem
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A model for strongly writhing confined solar eruptions suggests an origin in the helical kink instability of a coronal flux rope which remains stable against the torus instability. This model is tested against the well observed filament eruption on 2002 May 27 in a parametric MHD simulation study which comprises all phases of the event. Good agreement with the essential observed properties is obtained. These include the confinement, terminal height, writhing, distortion, and dissolution of the...
Topics: Astrophysics, Solar and Stellar Astrophysics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00673
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Minwoo Chae; Stephen G. Walker
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It has been an open problem [Saad (2003)] to find an iterative method that can solve an arbitrary sparse linear system $Ax = b$ in an efficient way (i.e. guaranteed convergence at geometric rate). We propose a novel iterative algorithm which can be applied to a large sparse linear system and guarantees convergence for any consistent (i.e. it has a solution) linear system. Moreover, the algorithm is highly stable, fast, easy to code and does not require further constraints on $A$ other than that...
Topics: Numerical Analysis, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00670
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Scott A. Bruce; Martica H. Hall; Daniel J. Buysse; Robert T. Krafty
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Many studies of biomedical time series signals aim to measure the association between frequencydomain properties of time series and clinical and behavioral covariates. However, the timevarying dynamics of these associations are largely ignored due to a lack of methods that can assess the changing nature of the relationship through time. This article introduces a method for the simultaneous and automatic analysis of the association between the timevarying power spectrum and covariates. The...
Topics: Methodology, Applications, Statistics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00696
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Senping Luo; Juncheng Wei; Wenming Zou
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We classify the stable solutions (positive or signchanging, radial or not) to the following nonlocal LaneEmden equation: $(\Delta)^s u=u^{p1}u$ in $\mathbb{R}^n$ for $2
Topics: Analysis of PDEs, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00705
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Livio Flaminio; Krzysztof Frączek; Joanna KułagaPrzymus; Mariusz Lemańczyk
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Let $ G $ be a connected, simply connected nilpotent Lie group and $ \Gamma < G $ a lattice. We prove that each ergodic diffeomorphism $ \phi(x\Gamma)=uA(x)\Gamma $ on the nilmanifold $ G/\Gamma $, where $ u\in G $ and $ A:G\to G $ is a unipotent automorphism satisfying $ A(\Gamma)=\Gamma $, enjoys the property of asymptotically orthogonal powers (AOP). Two consequences follow: (i) Sarnak's conjecture on M\"obius orthogonality holds in every uniquely ergodic model of an ergodic affine...
Topics: Dynamical Systems, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00699
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W. C. Campbell; P. Hamilton
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We present a protocol for using trapped ions to measure rotations via matterwave Sagnac interferometry. The trap allows the interferometer to enclose a large area in a compact apparatus through repeated roundtrips in a Sagnac geometry. We show how a uniform magnetic field can be used to close the interferometer over a large dynamic range in rotation speed and measurement bandwidth without losing contrast. Since this technique does not require the ions to be confined in the LambDicke regime,...
Topics: Atomic Physics, Quantum Physics, Physics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00659
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Massimo Pica Ciamarra; Antonio Piscitelli
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We determine the rate of escape from a potential well, and the diffusion coefficient in a periodic potential, of a random walker that moves under the influence of the potential in between successive collisions with the heat bath. In the overdamped limit, both the escape rate and the diffusion coefficient coincide with those of a Langevin particle. Conversely, in the underdamped limit the two dynamics have a different temperature dependence. In particular, at low temperature the random walk has...
Topics: Soft Condensed Matter, Statistical Mechanics, Condensed Matter
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00662
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Alessandro Checco; Gianluca Demartini
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We compare three popular techniques of rating content: the ubiquitous five star rating, the less used pairwise comparison, and the recently introduced (in crowdsourcing) magnitude estimation approach. Each system has specific advantages and disadvantages, in terms of required user effort, achievable user preference prediction accuracy and number of ratings required. We design an experiment where the three techniques are compared in an unbiased way. We collected 39'000 ratings on a popular...
Topics: HumanComputer Interaction, Information Retrieval, Computing Research Repository
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00683
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Guilherme Ferraz de Arruda; Francisco A. Rodrigues; Pablo Martin Rodriiguez; Emanuele Cozzo; Yamir Moreno
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Spreading processes are ubiquitous in natural and artificial systems. They can be studied via a plethora of models, depending on the specific details of the phenomena under study. Disease contagion and rumor spreading are among the most important of these processes due to their practical relevance. However, despite the similarities between them, current models address both spreading dynamics separately. In this paper, we propose a general information spreading model that is based on discrete...
Topics: Social and Information Networks, Computing Research Repository, Physics, Physics and Society
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00682
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BumHoon Lee; Daeho Ro; Hyun Seok Yang
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We study localization of fivedimensional supersymmetric $U(1)$ gauge theory on $\mathbb{S}^3 \times \mathbb{R}_{\theta}^{2}$ where $\mathbb{R}_{\theta}^{2}$ is a noncommutative (NC) plane. The theory can be isomorphically mapped to threedimensional supersymmetric $U(N \to \infty)$ gauge theory on $\mathbb{S}^3$ using the matrix representation on a separable Hilbert space on which NC fields linearly act. Therefore the NC space $\mathbb{R}_{\theta}^{2}$ allows for a flexible path to derive...
Topic: High Energy Physics  Theory
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00753
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Stefan Boettcher; Shanshan Li; Renato Portugal
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We consider discretetime evolution equations in which the stochastic operator of a classical random walk is replaced by a unitary operator. Such a problem has gained much attention as a framework for coined quantum walks that are essential for attaining the Grover limit for quantum search algorithms in physically realizable, lowdimensional geometries. In particular, we analyze the exact realspace renormalization group (RG) procedure recently introduced to study the scaling of quantum walks...
Topics: Quantum Physics, Statistical Mechanics, Condensed Matter
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00756
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Kisoo Park; Joosung Oh; Jonathan C. Leiner; Jaehong Jeong; Kirrily C. Rule; Manh Duc Le; JeGeun Park
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CuCrO2 is a manifestation of a twodimensional triangular antiferromagnet which exhibits an incommensurate noncollinear magnetic structure similar to a classical 120 degree ordering. Using the inelastic neutron scattering technique, direct evidence of a magnonphonon coupling in CuCrO2 is revealed via the mixed magnonphonon character of the excitation mode at 12.5 meV as well as a minimum at the zone boundary. A simple model Hamiltonian that incorporates an exchange striction type...
Topics: Materials Science, Condensed Matter, Strongly Correlated Electrons
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00785
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Koichi Hattori; XuGuang Huang
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The relativistic heavyion collisions create both hot quarkgluon matter and strong magnetic fields, and provide an arena to study the interplay between quantum chromodynamics and quantum electrodynamics. In recent years, it has been shown that such an interplay can generate a number of interesting quantum phenomena in hadronic and quarkgluon matter. In this short review, we first discuss some properties of the magnetic fields in heavyion collisions and then give an overview of the magnetic...
Topics: High Energy Physics  Phenomenology, Nuclear Experiment, Nuclear Theory
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00747
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Sergey Bravyi; David Gosset
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We give a quasipolynomial time classical algorithm for estimating the ground state energy and for computing low energy states of quantum impurity models. Such models describe a bath of free fermions coupled to a small interacting subsystem called an impurity. The full system consists of $n$ fermionic modes and has a Hamiltonian $H=H_0+H_{imp}$, where $H_0$ is quadratic in creationannihilation operators and $H_{imp}$ is an arbitrary Hamiltonian acting on a subset of $O(1)$ modes. We show that...
Topics: Mathematics, Quantum Physics, Condensed Matter, Mathematical Physics, Strongly Correlated Electrons
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00735
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Diana Davis; W. Patrick Hooper
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We consider the dynamics of light rays in the trihexagonal tiling where triangles and hexagons are transparent and have equal but opposite indices of refraction. We find that almost every ray of light is dense in a region of a particular form: the regions are infinite area and consists of the plane with a periodic family of triangles removed. We also completely describe initial conditions for periodic and driftperiodic light rays.
Topics: Dynamical Systems, Mathematics
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00772
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Mario Levorato; Yuri Frota
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In this work, we study the behavior of Brazilian politicians and political parties with the help of clustering algorithms for signed social networks. For this purpose, we extract and analyze a collection of signed networks representing voting sessions of the lower house of Brazilian National Congress. We process all available voting data for the period between 2011 and 2016, by considering voting similarities between members of the Congress to define weighted signed links. The solutions...
Topics: Physics and Society, Physics, Computing Research Repository, Social and Information Networks
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00767
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Radio astronomy has changed. For years it studied relatively rare sources, which emit mostly nonthermal radiation across the entire electromagnetic spectrum, i.e. radio quasars and radio galaxies. Now it is reaching such faint flux densities that it detects mainly starforming galaxies and the more common radioquiet active galactic nuclei. These sources make up the bulk of the extragalactic sky, which has been studied for decades in the infrared, optical, and Xray bands. I follow the...
Topics: Astrophysics, High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena, Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics,...
Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1609.00499
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Topics: Local Government, MFMA, Municipal Financial Management Act, Finance, Governance, Management,...
This document has alternative title 'Gemeente Haarlem  Verkeersbesluit aanleg gehandicaptenparkeerplaats op kenteken  Van Marumstraat 58'.
Topics: officiële publicatie, Overige mededelingen aan het wegverkeer
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This document has alternative title 'Gemeente Hoorn  gehandicaptenparkeerplaats op kenteken  parkeerplaats voor italiaanse zeedijk 70'.
Topics: officiële publicatie, Verkeersbesluiten
Topics: officiële publicatie, bestemmingsplan, Ruimtelijke plannen
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Topics: officiële publicatie, Gerechtelijke aankondigingen  Overige aankondigingen
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