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Renormalization group flows from holography  Supersymmetry and a ctheorem
 ADV THEOR. MATH. PHYS
, 1999
"... We obtain first order equations that determine a supersymmetric kink solution in fivedimensional N = 8 gauged supergravity. The kink interpolates between an exterior antide Sitter region with maximal supersymmetry and an interior antide Sitter region with one quarter of the maximal supersymmetry. ..."
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We obtain first order equations that determine a supersymmetric kink solution in fivedimensional N = 8 gauged supergravity. The kink interpolates between an exterior antide Sitter region with maximal supersymmetry and an interior antide Sitter region with one quarter of the maximal supersymmetry
THE SUBSUPERSOLUTION METHOD FOR WEAK SOLUTIONS MARCELO MONTENEGRO AND AUGUSTO C. PONCE
"... Abstract. We extend the method of sub and supersolutions in order to prove existence of L1solutions of the equation −∆u = f(x, u) in Ω, where f is a Carathéodory function. The proof is based on Schauder’s fixed point theorem. ..."
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Abstract. We extend the method of sub and supersolutions in order to prove existence of L1solutions of the equation −∆u = f(x, u) in Ω, where f is a Carathéodory function. The proof is based on Schauder’s fixed point theorem.
SUPER SOLUTIONS OF THE DYNAMICAL YANGBAXTER EQUATION
, 2005
"... Abstract. A super dynamical rmatrix r satisfies the zero weight condition if: [h ⊗ 1 + 1 ⊗ h, r(λ)] = 0 for all h ∈ h, λ ∈ h ∗. In this paper we classify super dynamical r−matrices with zero weight, thus extending the results of [6] to the graded case. 1. ..."
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Abstract. A super dynamical rmatrix r satisfies the zero weight condition if: [h ⊗ 1 + 1 ⊗ h, r(λ)] = 0 for all h ∈ h, λ ∈ h ∗. In this paper we classify super dynamical r−matrices with zero weight, thus extending the results of [6] to the graded case. 1.
Extended SeibergWitten Theory and Integrable Hierarchy
"... The prepotential of the effective N = 2 superYangMills theory, perturbed in the ultraviolet by the descendents ∫ d4θ trΦk+1 of the singletrace chiral operators, is shown to be a particular taufunction of the quasiclassical Toda hierarchy. In the case of noncommutative U(1) theory (or U(N) theory ..."
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The prepotential of the effective N = 2 superYangMills theory, perturbed in the ultraviolet by the descendents ∫ d4θ trΦk+1 of the singletrace chiral operators, is shown to be a particular taufunction of the quasiclassical Toda hierarchy. In the case of noncommutative U(1) theory (or U
Extending Unix for Scalable Computing
"... ccause it retrieves all instructions and data from a single memory. the highly prevalent von Neumann computer architecture has a fundamental speed limit. The speed of light limits the rale data can move from a single memory. thereby limiting the speed of the computer. Attempts to push the physical ..."
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cal limits in supercomputers reduce their efficiency: in fact. this is why a personal computer provides morc performance for the dollar than a supercomputer. Nonetheless. continued progress in science and engineering requires faster supercomputers. Consequently. researchers have long investigated non
Fast image deconvolution using hyperlaplacian priors, supplementary material
, 2009
"... The heavytailed distribution of gradients in natural scenes have proven effective priors for a range of problems such as denoising, deblurring and superresolution. These distributions are well modeled by a hyperLaplacian p(x) ∝ e−kxα), typically with 0.5 ≤ α ≤ 0.8. However, the use of sparse ..."
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The heavytailed distribution of gradients in natural scenes have proven effective priors for a range of problems such as denoising, deblurring and superresolution. These distributions are well modeled by a hyperLaplacian p(x) ∝ e−kxα), typically with 0.5 ≤ α ≤ 0.8. However, the use of sparse
QUANTUM EXTENDED CRYSTAL SUPER PDE’S
, 2009
"... We generalize our geometric theory on extended crystal PDE’s and their stability, to the category QS of quantum supermanifolds. By using algebraic topologic techniques, obstructions to the existence of global quantum smooth solutions for such equations are obtained. Applications are given to encode ..."
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We generalize our geometric theory on extended crystal PDE’s and their stability, to the category QS of quantum supermanifolds. By using algebraic topologic techniques, obstructions to the existence of global quantum smooth solutions for such equations are obtained. Applications are given
Linearized Modes in Extended and Critical Gravities
, 2011
"... We construct explicit solutions for the linearized massive and massless spin2, vector and scalar modes around the AdS spacetimes in diverse dimensions. These modes may arise in extended (super)gravities with higher curvature terms in general dimensions. Log modes in critical gravities can also be s ..."
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We construct explicit solutions for the linearized massive and massless spin2, vector and scalar modes around the AdS spacetimes in diverse dimensions. These modes may arise in extended (super)gravities with higher curvature terms in general dimensions. Log modes in critical gravities can also
Vacua Analysis in Extended Supersymmetry Compactifications,” Fortsch.Phys
, 2012
"... We analyse geometric type IIA flux compactifications leading to N = 4 gauged supergravities in four dimensions. The complete landscape of isotropic vacua is presented, which turns out to belong to a unique theory. The solutions admit an uplift to maximal supergravity due to the vanishing of the fl ..."
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We analyse geometric type IIA flux compactifications leading to N = 4 gauged supergravities in four dimensions. The complete landscape of isotropic vacua is presented, which turns out to belong to a unique theory. The solutions admit an uplift to maximal supergravity due to the vanishing
Neutrino Anomalies in an Extended Zee Model
, 1999
"... We discuss an extended SU(2)×U(1) model which naturally leads to mass scales and mixing angles relevant for understanding both the solar and atmospheric neutrino anomalies. No righthanded neutrinos are introduced in the model. The model uses a softly broken Le − Lµ − Lτ symmetry. Neutrino masses ar ..."
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We discuss an extended SU(2)×U(1) model which naturally leads to mass scales and mixing angles relevant for understanding both the solar and atmospheric neutrino anomalies. No righthanded neutrinos are introduced in the model. The model uses a softly broken Le − Lµ − Lτ symmetry. Neutrino masses
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