In this paper we have addressed the problem of inventory and tracking of the RFID tagged assets from different actors (airline companies, passengers, maintenance staff, etc.) in airport scenarios, including planes and the assets they embed. We have …

It is widely acknowledged that the proliferation of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) may lead to serious concerns regarding avionics safety, particula…

The Internet of Things (IoT) is an extension of the traditional Internet, which allows a very large number of smart devices, such as home appliances,…

A k-valuation is a special type of edge k-colouring of a medial graph. Various graph polynomials, such as the Tutte, Penrose, Bollob\'as-Riordan, and…

The Las Vergnas polynomial is an extension of the Tutte polynomial to cellularly embedded graphs. It was introduced by Michel Las Vergnas in 1978 as …

At the Mott transition, electron-electron interaction changes a metal, in which electrons are itinerant, to an insulator, in which electrons are loca…

We study the spin dynamics of the Resonant Excitonic State (RES) proposed, within the theory of an emergent SU(2) symmetry, to explain some propertie…

We calculate solar models including dark matter (DM) weakly-interacting massive particles (WIMPs) of mass 5-50 GeV and test these models against heli…

Cubic hypersurfaces of (projective) dimension 9 or lower do not necessarily contain p-adic lines for all primes p. In order to construct a counterexample, we build on recent work by Debarre, Laface and Roulleau [7]. These authors investigated the ex…

We show that any smooth projective cubic hypersurface of dimension at least $29$ over the rationals contains a rational line. A variation of our meth…

Let G be a h.c.c.b. profinite group. In this section we determine when the topological group Comm(G)A is Hausdorff and when Comm(G)A is locally compact. The answers to both questions are expressed in terms of certain finiteness conditions on the aut…

In this paper we initiate a systematic study of the abstract commensurators of profinite groups. The abstract commensurator of a profinite group $G$ …

Let λ/μ be a skew-partition of size n and let ρ∈Sn be an n-cycle. Following the outline in §1.1, to complete the proof of Theorem 1.1, we must show that χλ/μ(ρ)=0 if λ/μ is not a border strip. We require the following two lemmas.

The Murnaghan--Nakayama rule is a combinatorial rule for the character values of symmetric groups. We give a new combinatorial proof by explicitly fi…

Gaussian Processes (GPs) are widely used tools in statistics, machine learning, robotics, computer vision, and scientific computation. However, despi…

Motivated by the increasing need to understand the distributed algorithmic foundations of large-scale graph computations, we study some fundamental g…

In this survey we demonstrated the emerging algebraic complexity approach to proof complexity. It is natural to expect that this close interaction between algebraic and proof complexity will continue to contribute new insights to proof complexity. A…

We survey recent progress in the proof complexity of strong proof systems and its connection to algebraic circuit complexity, showing how the synergy…

A computerized workflow management system may enforce a security policy, specified in terms of authorized actions and constraints, thereby restrictin…

This paper examines how subsistence farmers respond to extreme heat. Using micro-data from Peruvian households, we find that high temperatures reduce…

The photoionization spectrum of an atom in a magnetic field is calculated by combining R-matrix propagation with local adiabatic basis expansions. Th…

Many millions of users routinely use their Google, Facebook and Microsoft accounts to log in to websites supporting OAuth 2.0 and/or OpenID Connect-b…

Near Field Communication (NFC) has enabled mobile phones to emulate contactless smart cards. Similar to contactless smart cards, they are also suscep…

In this section we fix F⊆FF,n and E, and we suppose that we are in exactly the same setting as in §5.1. In particular, we have (5.2) and (5.3), with a multiplicative function δe that satisfies 1≪Fδp≤1 if p∉E and δp=0 if p∈E. Furthermore, we set

For all positive integers $\ell$, we prove non-trivial bounds for the $\ell$-torsion in the class group of $K$, which hold for almost all number fiel…

We would like to thank David Masser for having brought our attention to some of the problems considered here, and Robert Tichy for giving us the opportunity to start this collaboration during our common time in Graz. This work was completed while th…

Let $k$ be a number field, let $\theta$ be a nonzero algebraic number, and let $H(\cdot)$ be the Weil height on the algebraic numbers. In response to…

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