As mentioned in the introduction, the existence of the global attractor of S(t) is the main result of [CD14]. Recall that the global attractor is the unique compact subset of the phase space that is invariant and attracting (see Appendix A). By its …

We consider the evolution of weak vanishing viscosity solutions to the critically dissipative surface quasi-geostrophic equation. Due to the possible…

Next we address the case where the second-player states ρxyab are not necessarily perfectly distinguishable as x varies, but are approximately distinguishable. (Thus, if Bob were given Alice’s input after the game was played and asked to guess her o…

If two quantum players at a nonlocal game G achieve a superclassical score, then their measurement outcomes must be at least partially random from th…

We would like to thank Mark Bun and Justin Thaler for helpful discussions and feedback on an early draft of this work. We would also like to thank Harry Buhrman for bringing reference [BdW98] to our attention. R.K. would like to thank Jeongwan Haah …

We prove lower bounds on complexity measures, such as the approximate degree of a Boolean function and the approximate rank of a Boolean matrix, usin…

We derive the stochastic equations and consider the non-Markovian dynamics of a system of multiple two-level atoms in a common quantum field. We make…

A quantum network promises to enable long distance quantum communication, and assemble small quantum devices into a large quantum computing cluster. …

Using optical measurements, we demonstrate that the rotation of micron-scale graphene nanoplatelets levitated in a quadrupole ion trap in high vacuum…

Topological insulators, with metallic boundary states protected against time-reversal-invariant perturbations, are a promising avenue for realizing e…

We study polarization for nonbinary channels with input alphabet of size q=2^r,r=2,3,... Using Arikan's polarizing kernel H_2, we prove that the virt…

We study fair allocation of indivisible goods to agents with unequal entitlements. Fair allocation has been the subject of many studies in both divis…

We consider a secure source coding problem with a rate-limited helper. In particular, Alice observes an independent and identically distributed (i.i.…

Motivated by analyzing a national data base of annual air pollution and cardiovascular disease mortality rate for 3100 counties in the U.S. (areal da…

Long-lived particles (LLPs) are a common feature in many beyond the Standard Model theories, including supersymmetry, and are generically produced in…

Diffusion Tensor Imaging (DTI) is an effective tool for the analysis of structural brain connectivity in normal development and in a broad range of b…

In this article we partially implement the program outlined in the previous paper of the authors [A. V. Aminova and P. I. Chumarov, Phys. Rev. D 88, …

We compute finite volume effects relevant for lattice QCD simulations using background fields. Focusing on constant electric and magnetic fields on a…

We give predictions of $\jpsi$ and $\psits$ yields and polarizations in prompt production at hadron colliders based on non-relativistic QCD factoriza…

Consider a discrete memoryless multiple source with $m$ components of which $k \leq m$ possibly different sources are sampled at each time instant an…

For text retrieval systems, the assumption that all data structures reside in main memory is increasingly common. In this context, we present a novel…

We examine the coordinated and universal rate-efficient sampling of a subset of correlated discrete memoryless sources followed by lossy compression …

Adversarial neural networks solve many important problems in data science, but are notoriously difficult to train. These difficulties come from the f…

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