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THE REPRESENTATIONS OF CYCLOTOMIC BMW ALGEBRAS HEBING RUI AND JIE XU
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"... Abstract. In this paper, we prove that the cyclotomic BMW algebras B2p+1,n are cellular in the sense of [16]. We also classify the irreducible B2p+1,nmodules over a field. 1. ..."
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Abstract. In this paper, we prove that the cyclotomic BMW algebras B2p+1,n are cellular in the sense of [16]. We also classify the irreducible B2p+1,nmodules over a field. 1.
WP0313F Have Japanese Individual Stocks Become More Volatile? An Analysis Based upon Risk Decomposition and the Implication for International Diversification
, 2003
"... This paper adopts the risk decomposition method developed by Campbell, Lettau, Malkiel and Xu(2001) to study volatility in the Japanese stock market for the period from 1976 to 1998. We believe this is the first study that investigates the Japanese stock market volatility in three components. Contra ..."
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This paper adopts the risk decomposition method developed by Campbell, Lettau, Malkiel and Xu(2001) to study volatility in the Japanese stock market for the period from 1976 to 1998. We believe this is the first study that investigates the Japanese stock market volatility in three components
The cyclotomic Birman–Murakami–Wenzl algebras
, 2007
"... This thesis presents a study of the cyclotomic BMW (BirmanMurakamiWenzl) algebras, introduced by HäringOldenburg as a generalization of the BMW algebras associated with the cyclotomic Hecke algebras of type G(k, 1, n) (also known as ArikiKoike algebras) and type B knot theory involving affine/cy ..."
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This thesis presents a study of the cyclotomic BMW (BirmanMurakamiWenzl) algebras, introduced by HäringOldenburg as a generalization of the BMW algebras associated with the cyclotomic Hecke algebras of type G(k, 1, n) (also known as ArikiKoike algebras) and type B knot theory involving affine/cylindrical tangles. The motivation behind the definition of the BMW algebras may be traced back to an important problem in knot theory; namely, that of classifying knots (and links) up to isotopy. The algebraic definition of the BMW algebras uses generators and relations originally inspired by the Kauffman link invariant. They are closely connected with the Artin braid group of type A, IwahoriHecke algebras of type A, and with many diagram algebras, such as the Brauer and TemperleyLieb algebras. Geometrically, the BMW algebra is isomorphic to the Kauffman Tangle algebra. The representations and the cellularity of the BMW algebras have now been extensively studied in the literature. These algebras also feature in the theory of quantum groups, statistical mechanics, and topological quantum field theory. In view of these relationships between the BMW algebras and several objects of “type A”, several authors have since naturally generalized the BMW algberas for other types of Artin groups. Motivated
Specht modules and semisimplicity criteria for Brauer and BirmanMurakamiWenzl algebras
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"... Abstract. A construction of bases for cell modules of the Birman–Murakami–Wenzl (or B– M–W) algebra Bn(q, r) by lifting bases for cell modules of Bn−1(q, r) is given. By iterating this procedure, we produce cellular bases for B–M–W algebras on which a large abelian subalgebra, generated by elements ..."
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Abstract. A construction of bases for cell modules of the Birman–Murakami–Wenzl (or B– M–W) algebra Bn(q, r) by lifting bases for cell modules of Bn−1(q, r) is given. By iterating this procedure, we produce cellular bases for B–M–W algebras on which a large abelian subalgebra, generated by elements which generalise the Jucys–Murphy elements from the representation theory of the Iwahori–Hecke algebra of the symmetric group, acts triangularly. The triangular action of this abelian subalgebra is used to provide explicit criteria, in terms of the defining parameters q and r, for B–M–W algebras to be semisimple. The aforementioned constructions provide generalisations, to the algebras under consideration here, of certain results from the Specht module theory of the Iwahori–Hecke algebra of the symmetric group. 1.
Brauer algebras, symplectic Schur algebras and SchurWeyl duality
 Trans. Amer. Math. Soc
"... Abstract. In this paper we prove the SchurWeyl duality between the symplectic group and the Brauer algebra over an arbitrary infinite field K. We show that the natural homomorphism from the Brauer algebra Bn(−2m) to the endomorphism algebra of the tensor space (K 2m) ⊗n as a module over the symplec ..."
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Abstract. In this paper we prove the SchurWeyl duality between the symplectic group and the Brauer algebra over an arbitrary infinite field K. We show that the natural homomorphism from the Brauer algebra Bn(−2m) to the endomorphism algebra of the tensor space (K 2m) ⊗n as a module over the symplectic similitude group GSp2m(K) (or equivalently, as a module over the symplectic group Sp2m(K)) is always surjective. Another surjectivity, that of the natural homomorphism from the group algebra for GSp2m(K) totheendomorphism algebra of (K 2m) ⊗n as a module over Bn(−2m), is derived as an easy consequence of S. Oehms’s results [S. Oehms, J. Algebra (1) 244 (2001), 19–44]. 1.
THE REPRESENTATIONS OF CYCLOTOMIC BMW ALGEBRAS
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"... Abstract. In this paper, we prove that the cyclotomic BMW algebras B2p+1,n are cellular in the sense of [16]. We also classify the irreducible B2p+1,nmodules over a field. ..."
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Abstract. In this paper, we prove that the cyclotomic BMW algebras B2p+1,n are cellular in the sense of [16]. We also classify the irreducible B2p+1,nmodules over a field.
Brauer’s centralizer algebras, symplectic Schur algebras and SchurWeyl duality
 Trans. Amer. Math. Soc
"... Abstract. In this paper we study SchurWeyl duality between the symplectic group and Brauer’s centralizer algebra over an arbitrary infinite field K. We show that the natural homomorphism from the Brauer’s centralizer algebra Bn(−2m) to the endomorphism algebra of tensor space (K 2m) ⊗n as a module ..."
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Abstract. In this paper we study SchurWeyl duality between the symplectic group and Brauer’s centralizer algebra over an arbitrary infinite field K. We show that the natural homomorphism from the Brauer’s centralizer algebra Bn(−2m) to the endomorphism algebra of tensor space (K 2m) ⊗n as a module over the symplectic similitude group GSp2m(K) (or equivalently, as a module over the symplectic group Sp2m(K)) is always surjective. Another surjectivitity, that of the natural homomorphism from the group algebra for GSp2m(K) to the endomorphism algebra of (K 2m) ⊗n as a module over Bn(−2m), is derived as an easy consequence of S. Oehms’ results.
Development and Application of Advanced Coiling Temperature Control System in Hot Strip Mill
"... Abstract. Run out table cooling equipment and coiling temperature control (CTC) system, especially mathematic models of a hot strip mill were introduced. Heat transfer models such as air convection model, heat radiation model and laminar cooling model, process control models such as segment tracking ..."
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Abstract. Run out table cooling equipment and coiling temperature control (CTC) system, especially mathematic models of a hot strip mill were introduced. Heat transfer models such as air convection model, heat radiation model and laminar cooling model, process control models such as segment tracking model, feedback control model, selflearning model and casebased reasoning model were detailed described. Since online application of the new CTC system, the laminar cooling control system has been running stably and reliably with a high precision of coiling temperature.
CELLULARITY AND THE JONES BASIC CONSTRUCTION
, 2009
"... We establish a framework for cellularity of algebras related to the Jones basic construction. Our framework allows a uniform proof of cellularity of Brauer algebras, ordinary and cyclotomic BMW algebras, walled Brauer algebras, partition algebras, and others. Our cellular bases are labeled by path ..."
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We establish a framework for cellularity of algebras related to the Jones basic construction. Our framework allows a uniform proof of cellularity of Brauer algebras, ordinary and cyclotomic BMW algebras, walled Brauer algebras, partition algebras, and others. Our cellular bases are labeled by paths on certain branching diagrams rather than by tangles. Moreover, for the class of algebras that we study, we show that the cellular structures are compatible with restriction and induction of modules.
Cng rsity y, Sh
, 2015
"... culating IgG antibodies to peptide antigens derived from baculoviral IAP repeatcontaining protein 5 isoform 2 (BIRC5) and myc protooncogene protein (MYC) in nonsmall cell lung cancer (NSCLC). g cancer although remains needed the solut cancer. Inc levels of circulating antibodies to survivin, also ..."
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culating IgG antibodies to peptide antigens derived from baculoviral IAP repeatcontaining protein 5 isoform 2 (BIRC5) and myc protooncogene protein (MYC) in nonsmall cell lung cancer (NSCLC). g cancer although remains needed the solut cancer. Inc levels of circulating antibodies to survivin, also called bacu IAP repeatcontaining protein 5 (BIRC5), and to myc oncogene protein (MYC) have been reported in lung [14,8]. A recent study tested the levels circulating IgG against BIRC5 and MYC in breast cancer and revealed that the levels of these two autoantibodies were significantly higher in patients with early stage breast cancer than control subjects [22]. The present study was then designed to detect circulating IgG antibodies to BIRC5 and MYC among patients with nonsmall cell lung cancer (NSCLC) and control subjects in a Chinese population. Abbreviations: cAg, control antigen; ELISA, enzymelinked immunosorbent assay; hAgs, human antigens; NC, negative control; NSCLC, nonsmall cell lung
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