Heterogeneity is often natural in many contemporary applications involving massive data. While posing new challenges to effective learning, it can pl…

A general framework is developed to investigate the properties of useful choices of stationary spacelike slicings of stationary spacetimes whose cong…

Atmospheric turbulence is an important limit to high angular resolution in astronomy. Interferometry resolved this issue by filtering the incoming li…

We focus on the downlink of a cellular system, which corresponds to the bulk of the data transfer in such wireless systems. We address the problem of…

Procedures in assessing the impact of serial dependency on performance analysis are usually built on parametrically specified models. In this paper, …

In this paper we illustrate the simplifications produced by FDR in NNLO computations. We show with an explicit example that - due to its four-dimensi…

The rules to write out any one of the linearly independent functions belonging to the infinite set of those in polynomial form that satisfy the sourc…

Many combinatorial and topological invariants of a hyperplane arrangement can be computed in terms of its Tutte polynomial. Similarly, many invariant…

Jet quenching has become an essential signal for the characterization of the medium formed in experiments of heavy-ion collisions. After a brief intr…

We study an inverse boundary value problem for the Helmholtz equation using the Dirichlet-to-Neumann map as the data. We consider piecewise constant …

In this paper, we study the stabilization problem for the Ito systems with both multiplicative noise and multiple delays which exist widely in applic…

This section is devoted to proving Theorems 3.2 and 3.3. Firstly, we show a technical result.

This paper is the first part of our series work to establish pointwise second-order necessary conditions for stochastic optimal controls. In this par…

We present a methodology for stabilization of general nonlinear systems with actuator dynamics governed by general, quasilinear, first-order hyperbol…

The translation of a bubble under the action of an acoustic forcing finds applications in fields ranging from drug delivery to sonoluminesce. This ph…

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