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The generally covariant locality principle  A new paradigm for local quantum physics
 COMMUN.MATH.PHYS
, 2001
"... A new approach to the modelindependent description of quantum field theories will be introduced in the present work. The main feature of this new approach is to incorporate in a local sense the principle of general covariance of general relativity, thus giving rise to the concept of a locally cova ..."
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A new approach to the modelindependent description of quantum field theories will be introduced in the present work. The main feature of this new approach is to incorporate in a local sense the principle of general covariance of general relativity, thus giving rise to the concept of a locally covariant quantum field theory. Such locally covariant quantum field theories will be described mathematically in terms of covariant functors between the categories, on one side, of globally hyperbolic spacetimes with isometric embeddings as morphisms and, on the other side, of ∗algebras with unital injective ∗endomorphisms as morphisms. Moreover, locally covariant quantum fields can be described in this framework as natural transformations between certain functors. The usual HaagKastler framework of nets of operatoralgebras over a fixed spacetime backgroundmanifold, together with covariant automorphic actions of the isometrygroup of the background spacetime, can be regained from this new approach as a special case. Examples of this new approach are also outlined. In case that a locally covariant quantum field theory obeys the
On Observational Equivalence and Algebraic Specification
, 1987
"... The properties of a simple and natural notion of observational equivalence of algebras and the corresponding specificationbuilding operation are studied. We begin with a defmition of observational equivalence which is adequate to handle reachable algebras only, and show how to extend it to cope wit ..."
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The properties of a simple and natural notion of observational equivalence of algebras and the corresponding specificationbuilding operation are studied. We begin with a defmition of observational equivalence which is adequate to handle reachable algebras only, and show how to extend it to cope with unreachable algebras and also how it may be generalised to make sense under an arbitrary institution. Behavioural equivalence is treated as an important special case of observational equivalence, and its central role in program development is shown by means of an example.
On Gorenstein projective, injective and flat dimensions  a functorial description with applications
, 2004
"... For a large class of rings, including all those encountered in algebraic geometry, we establish the conjectured Moritalike equivalence between the full subcategory of complexes of finite Gorenstein flat dimension and that of complexes of finite Gorenstein injective dimension. This functorial descr ..."
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For a large class of rings, including all those encountered in algebraic geometry, we establish the conjectured Moritalike equivalence between the full subcategory of complexes of finite Gorenstein flat dimension and that of complexes of finite Gorenstein injective dimension. This functorial description meets the expectations and delivers a series of new results, which allows us to establish a wellrounded theory for Gorenstein dimensions. For any pair of adjoint functors, C
Fibring of logics as a categorial construction
 Journal of Logic and Computation
, 1999
"... Much attention has been given recently to the mechanism of fibring of logics, allowing free mixing of the connectives and using proof rules from both logics. Fibring seems to be a rather useful and general form of combination of logics that deserves detailed study. It is now well understood at the p ..."
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Much attention has been given recently to the mechanism of fibring of logics, allowing free mixing of the connectives and using proof rules from both logics. Fibring seems to be a rather useful and general form of combination of logics that deserves detailed study. It is now well understood at the prooftheoretic level. However, the semantics of fibring is still insufficiently understood. Herein we provide a categorial definition of both prooftheoretic and modeltheoretic fibring for logics without terms. To this end, we introduce the categories of Hilbert calculi, interpretation systems and logic system presentations. By choosing appropriate notions of morphism it is possible to obtain pure fibring as a coproduct. Fibring with shared symbols is then easily obtained by cocartesian lifting from the category of signatures. Soundness is shown to be preserved by these constructions. We illustrate the constructions within propositional modal logic.
Coalgebraic modal logic: Soundness, completeness and decidability of local consequence
 Theoret. Comput. Sci
, 2002
"... This paper studies finitary modal logics, interpreted over coalgebras for an endofunctor, and establishes soundness, completeness and decidability results. The logics are studied within the abstract framework of coalgebraic modal logic, which can be instantiated with arbitrary endofunctors on the ca ..."
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This paper studies finitary modal logics, interpreted over coalgebras for an endofunctor, and establishes soundness, completeness and decidability results. The logics are studied within the abstract framework of coalgebraic modal logic, which can be instantiated with arbitrary endofunctors on the category of sets. This is achieved through the use of predicate liftings, which generalise atomic propositions and modal operators from Kripke models to arbitrary coalgebras. Predicate liftings also allow us to use induction along the terminal sequence of the underlying endofunctor as a proof principle. This induction principle is systematically exploited to establish soundness, completeness and decidability of the logics. We believe that this induction principle also opens new ways for reasoning about modal logics: Our proof of completeness does not rely on a canonical model construction, and the proof of the finite model property does not use filtrations. 1
Solutions of the quantum dynamical YangBaxter equation and dynamical quantum groups
"... Abstract. The quantum dynamical YangBaxter (QDYB) equation is a useful generalization of the quantum YangBaxter (QYB) equation. This generalization was introduced by Gervais, Neveu, and Felder. Unlike the QYB equation, the QDYB equation is not an algebraic but a difference equation, with respect t ..."
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Abstract. The quantum dynamical YangBaxter (QDYB) equation is a useful generalization of the quantum YangBaxter (QYB) equation. This generalization was introduced by Gervais, Neveu, and Felder. Unlike the QYB equation, the QDYB equation is not an algebraic but a difference equation, with respect to a matrix function rather than a matrix. The QDYB equation and its quasiclassical analogue (the classical dynamical YangBaxter equation) arise in several areas of mathematics and mathematical physics (conformal field theory, integrable systems, representation theory). The most interesting solution of the QDYB equation is the elliptic solution, discovered by Felder. In this paper, we prove the first classification results for solutions of the QDYB equation. These results are parallel to the classification of solutions of the classical dynamical YangBaxter equation, obtained in our previous paper. All solutions we found can be obtained from Felder’s elliptic solution by a limiting process and gauge transformations. Fifteen years ago the quantum YangBaxter equation gave rise to the theory of quantum groups. Namely, it turned out that the language of quantum groups (Hopf algebras) is the adequate algebraic language to talk about solutions of the quantum YangBaxter equation. In this paper we propose a similar language, originating from Felder’s ideas, which we found to be adequate for the dynamical YangBaxter equation. This is the language of dynamical quantum groups (or hHopf algebroids), which is the quantum counterpart of the language of dynamical Poisson groupoids, introduced in our previous paper.
Quantum affine algebras and affine Hecke algebras
 Pacific Jour. of Math
, 1996
"... One of the most beautiful results from the classical period of the representation theory of Lie groups is the correspondence, due to Frobenius and Schur, between the representations of symmetric groups and those of general or special linear groups. If V0 is the natural ..."
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One of the most beautiful results from the classical period of the representation theory of Lie groups is the correspondence, due to Frobenius and Schur, between the representations of symmetric groups and those of general or special linear groups. If V0 is the natural
PartialGaggles Applied to Logics with Restricted Structural Rules
 In Peter SchroederHeister and Kosta Dosen, editors, Substructural Logics
, 1991
"... Law of Residuation (in their jth place) when f and g are contrapositives (with respect to their jth place) and S(f; a 1 ; : : : ; a j ; : : : ; a n ; b) iff S(g; a 1 ; : : : ; b; : : : ; a n ; a j ). (5) Two operators f , g 2 OP are relatives when they satisfy the Abstract Law of Residuation in ..."
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Law of Residuation (in their jth place) when f and g are contrapositives (with respect to their jth place) and S(f; a 1 ; : : : ; a j ; : : : ; a n ; b) iff S(g; a 1 ; : : : ; b; : : : ; a n ; a j ). (5) Two operators f , g 2 OP are relatives when they satisfy the Abstract Law of Residuation in some position. (6) The family of operations OP is founded when there is a distinguished operator f 2 OP (the head) such that any other operator g 2 OP is a relative of f . Definition. A partialgaggle is a tonoid T = (X; ; OP), in which OP is a founded family. As examples, consider a p.o. residuated groupoid, with OP chosen to be any of the following families of operations (ffi is the head of the families of which it is a member): fffig, fffi; /g, fffi; !g, fffi; /;!g, f/g, f!g. Note that f!;/g does not formally fall under our definition since the trace of one is not directly the contrapositive of the trace of the other, even though the trace of each is a contrapositive of the trace of f...
ZeroSafe Nets: Comparing the Collective and Individual Token Approaches
"... The main feature of zerosafe nets is a primitive notion of transition synchronization. To this aim, besides ordinary places, called stable places, zerosafe nets are equipped with zero places, which in an observable marking cannot contain any token. This yields the notion of transaction: a basic ..."
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The main feature of zerosafe nets is a primitive notion of transition synchronization. To this aim, besides ordinary places, called stable places, zerosafe nets are equipped with zero places, which in an observable marking cannot contain any token. This yields the notion of transaction: a basic atomic computation, which may use zero tokens as triggers, but defines an evolution between observable markings only. The abstract counterpart of a generic zerosafe net B consists of an ordinary P/T net whose places are the stable places of B, and whose transitions represent the transactions of B. The two nets offer both the refined and the abstract model of the same system, where the former can be much smaller than the latter, because of the transition synchronization mechanism. Depending on the chosen approach  collective vs individual token philosophy  two notions of transaction may be defined, each leading to different operational and abstract models. Their comparison is fully dis...