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On the embedding problem for global fields Comments to an old paper of Klaus Hoechsmann.
, 2003
"... The origin of this note was the attempt to answer a question of Moshe Jarden who had asked me: “Hat jeder Zahlkörper K ein endliches Einbettungsproblem für Gal(K), das lokal lösbar aber global nicht lösbar ist? ” As a first reaction I referred him to an old paper of Hoechsmann [1] on the embedding p ..."
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propose in this note. 1 Statement of the result Let K be a global field and GK its absolute Galois group. Let A be a finite GKmodule. The action of GK on A factors through a finite factor group. Let G be such a factor group, i.e. G = GK/U where U is an open normal subgroup of GK which acts trivially on A
Fixed points of commuting holomorphic mappings other than the Wolff point
 Trans. Amer. Math. Soc
"... Abstract. Let ∆ be the unit disc of C and let f, g ∈ Hol(∆, ∆) be such that f ◦ g = g ◦ f. For A>1, let FixA(f):={p ∈ ∂ ∆  limr→1 f(rp) = p, limr→1 f ′ (rp)  ≤A}. Westudythebehaviorofg on FixA(f). In particular, we prove that g(FixA(f)) ⊆ FixA(f). As a consequence, besides conditions for Fix ..."
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Abstract. Let ∆ be the unit disc of C and let f, g ∈ Hol(∆, ∆) be such that f ◦ g = g ◦ f. For A>1, let FixA(f):={p ∈ ∂ ∆  limr→1 f(rp) = p, limr→1 f ′ (rp)  ≤A}. Westudythebehaviorofg on FixA(f). In particular, we prove that g(FixA(f)) ⊆ FixA(f). As a consequence, besides conditions
JULIA'S LEMMA AND WOLFF'S THEOREM FOR J*ALGEBRAS
"... ABSTRACT. Julia's lemma and Wolff's theorem are established for (Fréchet) holomorphic maps of bounded symmetric homogeneous domains in infinite dimensional complex Banach spaces called J*algebras. 1. Introduction. In [11] V. P. Potapov extended the classical lemma of G. Julia [8, p. 87] ..."
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ABSTRACT. Julia's lemma and Wolff's theorem are established for (Fréchet) holomorphic maps of bounded symmetric homogeneous domains in infinite dimensional complex Banach spaces called J*algebras. 1. Introduction. In [11] V. P. Potapov extended the classical lemma of G. Julia [8, p. 87
LETTER TO THE EDITOR The isotropic O(3) model and the Wolff representation
, 1998
"... Abstract. For the isotropic O(3) model we prove that percolation in the Wolff representation is a necessary and sufficient condition for positivity of the spontaneous magnetization. The distinguishing feature of Wolff’s cluster algorithm [W] for models with O(n) symmetry is the apparent fact that th ..."
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Abstract. For the isotropic O(3) model we prove that percolation in the Wolff representation is a necessary and sufficient condition for positivity of the spontaneous magnetization. The distinguishing feature of Wolff’s cluster algorithm [W] for models with O(n) symmetry is the apparent fact
Approval and disapproval: Infant responsiveness to vocal affect in familiar and unfamiliar languages. Child Development,64
, 1993
"... sense English and 3 unfamiliar languages, German, Italian, and Japanese. Dependent measures were lookingtime to the side of stimulus presentation, and positive and negative facial affect. No consistent differences in lookingtime were found. However, infants showed small but significant differences ..."
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taught us much less about how infants listen to voices than about how they look at faces. Although early investigators suggested that young infants smile earlier to voices than to faces (Wolff, 1963) and respond differentially to positive and negative affect in the voice (Buhler & Hetzer, 1928
LETTER Communicated by Klaus Obermayer Nonholonomic Orthogonal Learning Algorithms for Blind Source Separation
"... Independent component analysis or blind source separation extracts independent signals from their linear mixtures without assuming prior knowledge of their mixing coefficients. It is known that the independent signals in the observed mixtures can be successfully extracted except for their order and ..."
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of the separating matrix. This is the case with most applications (e.g., speech sounds, electroencephalogram signals). It is known that this causes numerical instability in some cases. In order to resolve this difficulty, this article introduces new nonholonomic constraints in the learning algorithm
Combinatorial signaling in the specification of unique cell fates
 Cell
, 2000
"... 1976). Cells within the furrow arrest in the G1 phase of the cell cycle (Wolff and Ready, 1991). These cells either emerge from the furrow as fivecell preclusters of R2–R5 ..."
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1976). Cells within the furrow arrest in the G1 phase of the cell cycle (Wolff and Ready, 1991). These cells either emerge from the furrow as fivecell preclusters of R2–R5
Harold G. Wolff Lecture Award Winner Adverse Childhood Experiences Are Associated With Migraine and Vascular Biomarkersh ead_2165 920..929
"... Objectives.Migraine is a risk factor for stroke in young women. Biomarker studies implicate endothelial activation as a possible mechanism. Emerging relationships of childhood adversity with migraine, and with inflammation, a component of endothelial activation, suggest that it may play a role in ..."
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Objectives.Migraine is a risk factor for stroke in young women. Biomarker studies implicate endothelial activation as a possible mechanism. Emerging relationships of childhood adversity with migraine, and with inflammation, a component of endothelial activation, suggest that it may play a role in the migrainestroke association. Our objective is to evaluate the relationship between adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), migraine, and vascular biomarker levels in premenopausal women. Methods.Vascular and metabolic biomarkers from women 1850 years, including 125 with migraine (interictal) and 50 without migraine, were evaluated. An ACE questionnaire was later collected by mail (response rate 80.6%, 100 migraineurs, 41 controls). Results.Migraineurs and controls were demographically similar. Migraineurs reported adversity more commonly than controls (71% vs 46%, odds ratio [OR] = 1.53, 95% confidence interval 1.072.17). Average ACE scores were elevated in migraineurs as compared with controls (2.4 vs 0.76, P < .001). ACE scores correlated with headache frequency (0.37, P = .001) and younger age of headache onset (0.22, P = .04). It also correlated with body mass index (r = 0.43, P = .0001), von Willebrand factor activity (r = 0.21, P = .009), tissue plasminogen activator antigen (r = 0.28, P = .004), prothrombin activation fragment (r = 0.36, P = .001), highsensitivity Creactive protein (r = 0.98, P = .0001), transforming growth factorbeta1 (r = 0.28, P = .003), tissue necrosis factoralpha (r = 0.20, P = .03), interleukin6 (r = 0.22, P = .03), adiponectin (r = 0.29, P = .003), and nitrate/ nitrite concentration (r = 314, P = .001). Logistic regression analyses (adjusted for vascular risk factors and migraine) demonstrated an association of childhood adversity with inflammatory factors (highsensitivity Creactive protein, interleukin6, and tissue necrosis factoralpha).
KlausGrawe ThinkTank paper [A Danese – JVV & immunity] 1 Childhood Violence Exposure and Inflammatory Disease Processes
"... 1.What is the psychobiological outcome? (e.g., neuropsychological functioning, immune functioning, telomere erosion). Define and describe it briefly. INFLAMMATION. Inflammation is part of the innate immune response, a powerful defense mechanism that enables recognition of evolutionarilyconserved m ..."
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1.What is the psychobiological outcome? (e.g., neuropsychological functioning, immune functioning, telomere erosion). Define and describe it briefly. INFLAMMATION. Inflammation is part of the innate immune response, a powerful defense mechanism that enables recognition of evolutionarily
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