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It is shown that, if isospin is not conserved in $a^0_0$- and $f_0$-meson mixing, forward-backward asymmetry arises in the reaction $pn\to da^0_0$. This effect increases near the reaction threshold. The asymmetry is estimated within the framework of a model in which the $a^0_0$-$f_0$ mixing is due to the virtual $\pi^0\leftrightarrow\eta$ transition and the difference in masses of the charged and neutral kaons in decay channels. The angular asymmetry near the threshold of the $pn\to da^0_0$...

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We report measurements of excess electron mobility in dense Argon gas at the two temperatures $T=152.15$ and 162.30 K, fairly close to the critical one ($T_c =150.7$ K), as a function of the gas density $N$ up to 14 atoms$\cdot$nm$^{-3}$ ($N_{c}=8.08$ atoms$\cdot$nm$^{-3}$). For the first time a maximum of the zero-field density-normalized mobility $\mu_{0}N$ has been observed at the same density where it was detected in liquid Argon under saturated vapor pressure conditions. The existence of...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/physics/0102071v1

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Let $lu = -u^{\prime \prime} + q(x)u$, where $q(x)$ is a real-valued $L^2_{loc}(0, \infty)$ function. H. Weyl has proved in 1910 that for any $z$, $Imz \neq 0$, the equation $(l - z)w=0$, $x>0$, has a solution $w \in L^2(0, \infty)$. We prove this classical result using a new argument.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math-ph/0102030v1

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Let $u_t = u_{xx} - q(x) u, 0 \leq x \leq 1$, $t>0$, $u(0, t) = 0, u(1, t) = a(t), u(x,0) = 0$, where $a(t)$ is a given function vanishing for $t>T$, $a(t) \not\equiv 0$, $\int^T_0 a(t) dt < \infty$. Suppose one measures the flux $u_x (0,t) := b_0 (t)$ for all $t>0$. Does this information determine $q(x)$ uniquely? Do the measurements of the flux $u_x (1,t) := b(t)$ give more information about $q(x)$ than $b_0 (t)$ does? The above questions are answered in this paper.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math-ph/0102029v1

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The Center of our Galaxy is a peculiar region where a number of crucial astrophysical phenomena take place, from star formation to SN explosions and accretion onto a massive black hole. The quest for a massive black hole in the Galactic Nucleus is of course of particular relevance because, it would be the closest of such extreme objects, which are now believed to reside in most of the galactic nuclei of the universe. I will review here the main observational characteristics of the Galactic...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0102382v1

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A. Goldwurm; P. Goldoni; A. Gros; J. Stephen; L. Foschini; F. Gianotti; L. Natalucci; G. De Cesare; M. Del Santo

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The IBIS telescope onboard INTEGRAL, the ESA gamma-ray space mission to be launched in 2002, is a soft gamma-ray (20 keV - 10 MeV) device based on a coded aperture imaging system. We describe here basic concepts of coded masks, the imaging system of the IBIS telescope, and the standard data analysis procedures to reconstruct sky images. This analysis includes, for both the low-energy detector layer (ISGRI) and the high energy layer (PICSIT), iterative procedures which decode recorded...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0102386v1

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A. H. Hoang; A. V. Manohar; I. W. Stewart; T. Teubner

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The top quark cross section close to threshold in $e^+e^-$ annihilation is computed including the summation of logarithms of the velocity at next-to-next-to-leading-logarithmic order in QCD. The remaining theoretical uncertainty in the normalization of the total cross section is at the few percent level, an order of magnitude smaller than in previous next-to-next-to-leading order calculations. This uncertainty is smaller than the effects of a light standard model Higgs boson.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0011254v2

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A. Kemper; A. Schadschneider; J. Zittartz

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We apply the transfer-matrix DMRG (TMRG) to a stochastic model, the Domany-Kinzel cellular automaton, which exhibits a non-equilibrium phase transition in the directed percolation universality class. Estimates for the stochastic time evolution, phase boundaries and critical exponents can be obtained with high precision. This is possible using only modest numerical effort since the thermodynamic limit can be taken analytically in our approach. We also point out further advantages of the TMRG...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0102395v1

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A locally finite, causal and quantal substitute for a locally Minkowskian principal fiber bundle $\cal{P}$ of modules of Cartan differential forms $\omg$ over a bounded region $X$ of a curved $C^{\infty}$-smooth differential manifold spacetime $M$ with structure group ${\bf G}$ that of orthochronous Lorentz transformations $L^{+}:=SO(1,3)^{\uparrow}$, is presented. ${\cal{P}}$ is the structure on which classical Lorentzian gravity, regarded as a Yang-Mills type of gauge theory of a...

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Using the q-version of the Darboux transform we obtain the general solution of q-difference Riccati equation from a special one by the action of one-parameter group. This allows us to construct the solutions for the latge class of q-difference Riccati equations as well as q-difference Schrodinger equations

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math-ph/0102026v1

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Sep 19, 2013
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A. Ordemann; E. Tomer; G. Berkolaiko; S. Havlin; A. Bunde

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Self-attracting walks (SATW) with attractive interaction u > 0 display a swelling-collapse transition at a critical u_{\mathrm{c}} for dimensions d >= 2, analogous to the \Theta transition of polymers. We are interested in the structure of the clusters generated by SATW below u_{\mathrm{c}} (swollen walk), above u_{\mathrm{c}} (collapsed walk), and at u_{\mathrm{c}}, which can be characterized by the fractal dimensions of the clusters d_{\mathrm{f}} and their interface d_{\mathrm{I}}....

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In superconductors, and in other systems with a local U(1) gauge invariance, there are two mechanisms that form topological defects in phase transitions. In addition to the standard Kibble mechanism, thermal fluctuations of the magnetic field also lead to defect formation. This mechanism is specific to local gauge theories, predicts a qualitatively different spatial defect distribution and is the dominant source for topological defects in slow transitions. I review the arguments that lead to...

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We develop a formalism for the resummation of target mass corrections in off-forward two-photon amplitudes given by a chronological product of electromagnetic currents, arising in e.g. deeply virtual Compton scattering. The method is based on a relation of composite operators with a definite twist to harmonic tensors, which form an irreducible representation of the Lorentz group. We give an application of the framework for the matrix elements of twist-two operators.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ph/0102224v2

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This paper is the supplement to the section 2 of the paper "Floating bundles and their applications" (math.AT/0102054). Below we construct the denumerable set of extensions of the formal group of geometric cobordisms $F(x\otimes 1,1\otimes x)$ by the Hopf algebra $H=\Omega_U^*(Gr).$

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0102180v1

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Folio: Pop Library: Commuter Pop Series: Soundscapes Title: "Commuter Pop: Adult Contemporary Pop" Subtitle: "Fun, Fresh Adult Hits" Programme number: unknown Production code: 6618 09-1482 Production date: 2001 Feb 22 Released: April 2001? Programme start: unknown Disc type: base case Audio format: level B-stereo Programme blocks: 4 Notes DOWNLOADING The downsampled 32000 Hz 320 Kb MP3 blocks were manually encoded and uploaded by me, from files derived from the disc's 37800...

Topics: AEI Music, DMX Music, instore, CD-BGM, Philips CD-I, vapourwave

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We investigate quantum interrogation techniques which allow imaging information about semi-transparent objects to be obtained with lower absorption rates than standard classical methods. We show that a gain proportional to log N can be obtained when searching for defects in an array of N pixels, if it is known that at most M of the pixels can have transparencies different from a predetermined theoretical value. A logarithmic gain can also be obtained when searching for infrequently occurring...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0102118v1

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Alejandro Gangui; Jerome Martin

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Measuring the three-point correlators of the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) anisotropies could help to get a handle on the level of non-Gaussianity present in the observational datasets and therefore would strongly constrain models of the early Universe. However, typically, the expected non-Gaussian signal is very small. Therefore, one has to face the problem of extracting it from the noise, in particular from the `cosmic variance' noise. For this purpose, one has to construct the best...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0001361v2

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Measurement of the Yukawa couplings of the first-generation leptoquarks has been studied for e+e- collisions at TESLA, at sqrt(s)=800 GeV. By combining measurements from different production and decay channels, determination of Yukawa couplings with precision on the few per-cent level is possible. TESLA will be sensitive to very small leptoquark Yukawa couplings not accessible at LHC, down to lambda ~ 0.05 [e]. Distinction between left-handed and right-handed Yukawa couplings is feasible even...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-ex/0102043v1

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Primary metallic, or small gap semiconducting nanotubes, are tubes with band gaps that arise solely from breaking the bond symmetry due to the curvature. We derive an analytic expression for these gaps by considering how a general symmetry breaking opens a gap in nanotubes with a well defined chiral wrapping vector. This approach provides a straightforward way to include all types of symmetry breaking effects, resulting in a simple unified gap equation as a function of chirality and...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0007244v2

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Alex Lazarian; Dmitri Pogosyan; Enrique Vazquez-Semadeni; Barbara Pichardo

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In this paper we test the results of a recent analytical study by Lazarian and Pogosyan, on the statistics of emissivity in velocity channel maps, in the case of realistic density and velocity fields obtained from numerical simulations of MHD turbulence in the interstellar medium (ISM). To compensate for the lack of well-developed inertial ranges in the simulations due to the limited resolution, we apply a procedure for modifying the spectral slopes of the fields while preserving the spatial...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0102380v1

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We provide a construction of the moduli spaces of framed Hitchin pairs and their master spaces. These objects have come to interest as algebraic versions of solutions of certain coupled vortex equations by work of Lin and Stupariu. Our method unifies and generalizes constructions of several similar moduli spaces. Here are some points which are also of interest in other similar situations: - Our construction does not require the symmetricity condition that the map ^2G x E -> E be zero,...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0102178v1

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Sep 19, 2013
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This paper investigates Hamiltonian properties of the algebro-geometric discretization of KP hierarchy introduced in \cite{Gie1}. A Poisson bracket is introduced. The system is related to the periodic band matrix system of \cite{vM-M}. It is shown that the bracket descends to the latter and endows it with bi-Hamiltonian structure together with the first bracket already considered in \cite{vM-M}. On the other hand a bi-Hamiltonian structure for discrete KP seems to be absent for fundamental...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math-ph/0102025v1

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This paper studies a certain completely integrable discretization of the KP hierarchy. This was constructed by Gieseker in \cite{Gie1}, from certain algebro-geometric data. This paper has the dual aim of showing that this construction is generically invertible, and obtaining explicit expressions for the flow equations. A subsequent article will discuss the Hamiltonian structure of this system.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math-ph/0102024v1

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Hydrostatic equilibrium of the multiphase interstellar medium in the solar vicinity is reconsidered, with the regular and turbulent magnetic fields treated separately. The regular magnetic field strength required to support the gas is consistent with independent estimates provided energy equipartition is maintained between turbulence and random magnetic fields. Our results indicate that a midplane value of $B_{0}=4\mkG$ for the regular magnetic field near the Sun leads to more attractive models...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0101387v2

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This paper describes a novel approach to constructing phonotactic models. The underlying theoretical approach to phonological description is the multisyllable approach in which multiple syllable classes are defined that reflect phonotactically idiosyncratic syllable subcategories. A new finite-state formalism, OFS Modelling, is used as a tool for encoding, automatically constructing and generalising phonotactic descriptions. Language-independent prototype models are constructed which are...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cs/0102020v1

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Anke Ordemann; Markus Porto; H. Eduardo Roman; Shlomo Havlin

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We study the asymptotic shape of self-avoiding random walks (SAW) on the backbone of the incipient percolation cluster in d-dimensional lattices analytically. It is generally accepted that the configurational averaged probability distribution function for the end-to-end distance r of an N step SAW behaves as a power law for r -> 0. In this work, we determine the corresponding exponent using scaling arguments, and show that our suggested `generalized des Cloizeaux' expression for the exponent...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0102408v1

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Jun 20, 2020
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PowerMac G4 Cube Software Restore 9.2.1

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Game created using the ZZT engine. Readme file: dutchstuff.txt

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ABS Dynamics of Earned Income in Australia - An Application Using the 1994-1997 Survey of Employment and Unemployment Patterns, 1994-1997 - Occasional Paper

Topics: Labour, Statistics, Australia, Historical, Economics, Employment, Unemployment, 6293.0.00.007,...

Topics: 1-2 player games, Fighting, RPG, Sci-Fi / Futuristic

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Standard Random Boolean Networks display an order-disorder phase transition. We add to the standard Random Boolean Networks a disconnection rule which couples the control and order parameters. By this way, the system is driven to the critical line transition. Under the influence of perturbations the system point out self-organized critical behavior. Several numerical simulations have been done and compared with a proposed analytical treatment.

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We use trajectory calculations to successfully explain two-photon "ghost" diffraction, a phenomenon previously explained via quantum mechanical entanglement. The diffraction patterns are accumulated one photon pair at a time. The calculations are based on initial correlation of the trajectories in the crystal source and a trajectory-wave ordering interaction with a variant generator inherent in its structure. Details are presented in comparison with ordinary diffraction calculated...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/quant-ph/0102112v1

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The structure of very complicated irregular "microscopic" (local) entropy fluctuations around a big separated "macroscopic" (global) fluctuation in the statistical equilibrium was studied in numerical experiments on a simple 2--freedom strongly chaotic Hamiltonian model described by the modified Arnold cat map. A comparison of transient nonequilibrium rise and relaxation process of the big fluctuation out of the statistical equilibrium with a nonequilibrium steady state in a...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/nlin/0102028v1

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Visual novel about characters from Broccoli's Di Gi Charat. The CD-DA BGM does not work on modern Windows, even from the real disc. You will have to use an old version of Windows for it to work properly. The rest of the game works fine, though.

Topics: di gi charat, novel game, visual novel

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Sep 19, 2013
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Bruce A. Bassett; Giuseppe Pollifrone; Shinji Tsujikawa; Fermin Viniegra

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We study the amplification of large-scale magnetic fields during preheating and inflation in several different models. Preheating can resonantly amplify seed fields on cosmological scales. In the presence of conductivity, however, the effect of resonance is typically weakened while the amplitude of produced magnetic fields depends sensitively on the evolution of the conductivity during the preheating and thermalisation phases. In addition we discuss geometric magnetisation, where amplification...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/astro-ph/0010628v3

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C. Burstedde; K. Klauck; A. Schadschneider; J. Zittartz

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We propose a 2-dimensional cellular automaton model to simulate pedestrian traffic. It is a vmax=1 model with exclusion statistics and parallel dynamics. Long-range interactions between the pedestrians are mediated by a so called floor field which modifies the transition rates to neighbouring cells. This field, which can be discrete or continuous, is subject to diffusion and decay. Furthermore it can be modified by the motion of the pedestrians. Therefore the model uses an idea similar to...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0102397v1

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Charles P. Boyer; Krzysztof Galicki; Michael Nakamaye

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We show that $\scriptstyle{#9(S^2\times S^3)}$ admits an 8-dimensional complex family of inequivalent non-regular Sasakian-Einstein structures. These are the first known Einstein metrics on this 5-manifold. In particular, the bound $\scriptstyle{b_2(M)\leq8}$ which holds for any regular Sasakian-Einstein $\scriptstyle{M}$ does not apply to the non-regular case. We also discuss the failure of the Hitchin-Thorpe inequality in the case of 4-orbifolds and describe the orbifold version.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0102181v1

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Tracklist: 1. A mi madre 2. Muñequita linda 3. Rumba guajira 4. Bésame mucho 5. El manicero 6. Somewhere Over the Rainbow 7. Son 8. Novia mía 9. Delirio 10. Tres lindas cubanas 11. La negra Tomasa

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Tracklist: 1. A mi madre 2. Muñequita linda 3. Rumba guajira 4. Bésame mucho 5. El manicero 6. Somewhere Over the Rainbow 7. Son 8. Novia mía 9. Delirio 10. Tres lindas cubanas 11. La negra Tomasa

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Club d'Elf 2/22/01 Lizard Lounge Cambridge, MA Source-AKG c34>DAP-1 By-Mike Rivard Set1 1.Big Light in the Sky 2.Challaba 3.Actual Smiles 4.As Above 5.Shadows Shift Set2 1.Softly 2.Bass Beatbox 3.Howara 4.Last Business 5.Get a Little Turning 6.Divine Invasion Mike Rivard-Bass John Medeski-Keys Duke Levine-Guitar Mat Maneri-Electric Violin Joe Maneri-Reeds/Vocals Brahim Frigbane-Oud/Doumbek/Karakab/Vocals Tom Halter-Trumpet Erik Kerr-Drums

Topic: Live concert

Source: AKG c34>DAP-1

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Set One 01. pre-show announcement 02. Left Hand of Clyde -> 03. Big Light In Sky -> 04. Challaba 05. Actual Smiles -> 06. As Above 07. banter - band intros 08. Shadow's Shift 09. outro/crowd Set Two: 01. intro/crowd 02. Softly -> 03. Bass Beatbox -> 04. Sidi Rabi -> 05. Last Business -> 06. Get A Little Turning -> 07. Divine Invasion 08. outro/crowd

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Topics: d'Elf, Mike Rivard, John Medeski, Duke Levine, Mat Maneri, Joe Maneri, Erik Kerr, Brahim Fribgane,...

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Club d'Elf February 22, 2001 Cambridge, MA @ The Lizard Lounge Schoeps cmc64->Lunatec 316->DA-P1 @44.1kHz > ? > CDR > EAC > FLAC Mike Rivard-Bass Duke Levin-Guitar, Mat Maneri-Electric Violin Joe Maneri-Sax, Vocal Eric Ker-Drums Brahim Frigbane-Oud, Percussion, Vocal Special Guest: John Medeski-Keys Set 1 was recorded with the mics xy 90 degrees on stage at 3 o'clock, facing across the stage at 9 o'clock...set ran approximatly 1hr 40 mins. Set 2, the mics were dfc on stage xy...

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CD příloha k číslu 3/2001 časopisu Computer Mastering code: COMPUTER 3/01 Na CD plná verze překladových slovníků Millenium 5

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Set 1: Oh! Molly, Stop-Drop-Roll > White House Blues, Wild Horses, White Wheeled Limousine, Baby Out Of Jail, Magic Stone Mountain (pt II), Stop-Drop-Roll > Ghost Riders In The Sky > Your Gonna Swing Set 2: Blue-Line Express, Red Speckeled Thai > Cornmeal, Shabanaugh, Raging River, Dirty Rag, Stop-Drop-Roll > Salty Dog, On And On, For The Road, Dooly, Hobo Song, Monorail, E: Baby On Board (1), Paul And Silas Comment: (1) acapella (billing: Cornmeal, Cedar Creek) Lineup: Jason...

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This paper considers the spacetimes describing pp-waves propagating on extremal non-dilatonic branes. It is shown that an observer moving along a geodesic will experience infinite curvature at the horizon of the brane, which should therefore be regarded as singular. Taking the decoupling limit of these brane-wave spacetimes gives a pp-wave in AdS, the simplest example being the Kaigorodov spacetime. It has been conjectured that gravity in this spacetime is dual to a CFT in the infinite momentum...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/hep-th/0012076v3

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D. Dulic; A. Pimenov; D. van der Marel; D. M. Broun; S. Kamal; W. N. Hardy; A. A. Tsvetkov; I. M. Sutjaha; R. Liang; A. A. Menovsky; A. Loidl; S. S. Saxena

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We present microwave and infrared measurements on SmLa0.8Sr0.2CuO4-d, which are direct evidence for the existence of a transverse optical plasma mode, observed as a peak in the c-axis optical conductivity. This mode appears as a consequence of the existence of two different intrinsic Josephson couplings between the CuO2 layers, one with a Sm2O2 block layer, and the other one with a (La,Sr)O block layer. From the frequencies and the intensities of the collective modes we determine the value of...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0102411v1

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D. L. Feng; N. P. Armitage; D. H. Lu; A. Damascelli; J. P. Hu; P. Bogdanov; A. Lanzara; F. Ronning; K. M. Shen; H. Eisaki; C. Kim; Z. -X. Shen; J. -i. Shimoyama; K. Kishio

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The electronic structure of heavily overdoped Bi$_2$Sr$_2$CaCu$_2$O$_{8+\delta}$ is investigated by angle-resolved photoemission spectroscopy. The long-sought bilayer band splitting in this two-plane system is observed in both normal and superconducting states, which qualitatively agrees with the bilayer Hubbard model calculations. The maximum bilayer energy splitting is about 88 meV for the normal state feature, while it is only about 20 meV for the superconducting peak. This anomalous...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cond-mat/0102385v2

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Primitive Optimality Theory (OTP) (Eisner, 1997a; Albro, 1998), a computational model of Optimality Theory (Prince and Smolensky, 1993), employs a finite state machine to represent the set of active candidates at each stage of an Optimality Theoretic derivation, as well as weighted finite state machines to represent the constraints themselves. For some purposes, however, it would be convenient if the set of candidates were limited by some set of criteria capable of being described only in a...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/cs/0102021v1

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The revised version has two additional references and a shorter proof of Proposition 5.7. This version also makes numerous small changes and has an appendix containing a proof of the degree formula for a parametrized surface.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/math/0010107v2