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 Annales Henri Poincaré   [SJR: 1.377]   [H-I: 32]   [3 followers]  Follow         Hybrid journal (It can contain Open Access articles)    ISSN (Print) 1424-0637 - ISSN (Online) 1424-0661    Published by Springer-Verlag  [2353 journals]
• Decay of Correlations in 2D Quantum Systems with Continuous Symmetry
• Authors: Costanza Benassi; Jürg Fröhlich; Daniel Ueltschi
Pages: 2831 - 2847
Abstract: Abstract We study a large class of models of two-dimensional quantum lattice systems with continuous symmetries, and we prove a general McBryan–Spencer–Koma–Tasaki theorem concerning algebraic decay of correlations. We present applications of our main result to the Heisenberg, Hubbard, and t-J models, and to certain models of random loops.
PubDate: 2017-09-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0571-4
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 9 (2017)

• Nagaoka’s Theorem in the Holstein–Hubbard Model
Pages: 2849 - 2871
Abstract: Abstract Nagaoka’s theorem on ferromagnetism in the Hubbard model is extended to the Holstein–Hubbard model. This shows that Nagaoka’s ferromagnetism is stable even if the electron–phonon interaction is taken into account. We also prove that Nagaoka’s ferromagnetism is stable under the influence of the quantized radiation field.
PubDate: 2017-09-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0584-z
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 9 (2017)

• Complex Bosonic Many-Body Models: Overview of the Small Field Parabolic
Flow
• Authors: Tadeusz Balaban; Joel Feldman; Horst Knörrer; Eugene Trubowitz
Pages: 2873 - 2903
Abstract: Abstract This paper is a contribution to a program to see symmetry breaking in a weakly interacting many boson system on a three-dimensional lattice at low temperature. It provides an overview of the analysis, given in Balaban et al. (The small field parabolic flow for bosonic many-body models: part 1—main results and algebra, arXiv:1609.01745, 2016, The small field parabolic flow for bosonic many-body models: part 2—fluctuation integral and renormalization, arXiv:1609.01746, 2016), of the ‘small field’ approximation to the ‘parabolic flow’ which exhibits the formation of a ‘Mexican hat’ potential well.
PubDate: 2017-09-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0587-9
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 9 (2017)

• Calibrated Configurations for Frenkel–Kontorova Type Models in
Almost Periodic Environments
• Authors: Eduardo Garibaldi; Samuel Petite; Philippe Thieullen
Pages: 2905 - 2943
Abstract: Abstract The Frenkel–Kontorova model describes how an infinite chain of atoms minimizes the total energy of the system when the energy takes into account the interaction of nearest neighbors as well as the interaction with an exterior environment. An almost periodic environment leads to consider a family of interaction energies which is stationary with respect to a minimal topological dynamical system. We focus, in this context, on the existence of calibrated configurations (a notion stronger than the standard minimizing condition). In any dimension and for any continuous superlinear interaction energies, we exhibit a set, called projected Mather set, formed of environments that admit calibrated configurations. In the one-dimensional setting, we then give sufficient conditions on the family of interaction energies that guarantee the existence of calibrated configurations for every environment. The main mathematical tools for this study are developed in the frameworks of discrete weak KAM theory, Aubry–Mather theory and spaces of Delone sets.
PubDate: 2017-09-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0589-7
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 9 (2017)

• Generalizations of the Action Function in Symplectic Geometry
• Authors: Jian Wang
Pages: 2945 - 2993
Abstract: Abstract In symplectic geometry, the action function is a classical object defined on the set of contractible fixed points of the time-one map of a Hamiltonian isotopy. On closed aspherical surfaces, we give a dynamical interpretation of this function, which permits us to generalize it to the case of a diffeomorphism that is isotopic to identity and preserves a Borel finite measure of rotation vector zero. We define a boundedness property on the contractible fixed points set of the time-one map of an identity isotopy. We generalize the classical action function to any Hamiltonian homeomorphism, provided that the proposed boundedness condition is satisfied. We prove that the generalized action function only depends on the time-one map but not on the isotopy. Finally, we define the action spectrum and show that it is invariant under conjugation by an orientation and measure preserving homeomorphism.
PubDate: 2017-09-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0596-8
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 9 (2017)

• Ultra-Weak Time Operators of Schrödinger Operators
• Authors: Asao Arai; Fumio Hiroshima
Pages: 2995 - 3033
Abstract: In an abstract framework, a new concept on time operator, ultra-weak time operator, is introduced, which is a concept weaker than that of weak time operator. Theorems on the existence of an ultra-weak time operator are established. As an application of the theorems, it is shown that Schrödinger operators $${H_V}$$ with potentials V obeying suitable conditions, including the Hamiltonian of the hydrogen atom, have ultra-weak time operators. Moreover, a class of Borel measurable functions $$f:{\mathbb {R}}\rightarrow {\mathbb {R}}$$ such that $$f({H_V})$$ has an ultra-weak time operator is found.
PubDate: 2017-09-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0586-x
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 9 (2017)

• Revisiting EPRL: All Finite-Dimensional Solutions by Naimark’s
Fundamental Theorem
• Authors: Leonid Perlov; Michael Bukatin
Pages: 3035 - 3048
Abstract: Abstract In this paper, we research all possible finite-dimensional representations and corresponding values of the Barbero–Immirzi parameter contained in EPRL simplicity constraints by using Naimark’s fundamental theorem of the Lorentz group representation theory. It turns out that for each nonzero pure imaginary with rational modulus value of the Barbero–Immirzi parameter $$\gamma = i \frac{p}{q}, p, q \in Z, p, q \ne 0$$ , there is a solution of the simplicity constraints, such that the corresponding Lorentz representation is finite-dimensional. The converse is also true—for each finite-dimensional Lorentz representation solution of the simplicity constraints $$(n, \rho )$$ , the associated Barbero–Immirzi parameter is nonzero pure imaginary with rational modulus, $$\gamma = i \frac{p}{q}, p, q \in Z, p, q \ne 0$$ . We solve the simplicity constraints with respect to the Barbero–Immirzi parameter and then use Naimark’s fundamental theorem of the Lorentz group representations to find all finite-dimensional representations contained in the solutions.
PubDate: 2017-09-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0588-8
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 9 (2017)

• Causality for Nonlocal Phenomena
• Authors: Michał Eckstein; Tomasz Miller
Pages: 3049 - 3096
Abstract: Abstract Drawing from the theory of optimal transport we propose a rigorous notion of a causal relation for Borel probability measures on a given spacetime. To prepare the ground, we explore the borderland between Lorentzian geometry, topology and measure theory. We provide various characterisations of the proposed causal relation, which turn out to be equivalent if the underlying spacetime has a sufficiently robust causal structure. We also present the notion of the ‘Lorentz–Wasserstein distance’ and study its basic properties. Finally, we outline the possible applications of the developed formalism in both classical and quantum physics.
PubDate: 2017-09-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0566-1
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 9 (2017)

• Low-Energy Fock-Space Localization for Attractive Hard-Core Particles in
Disorder
• Authors: Vincent Beaud; Simone Warzel
Pages: 3143 - 3166
Abstract: Abstract We study a one-dimensional quantum system with an arbitrary number of hard-core particles on the lattice, which are subject to a deterministic attractive interaction as well as a random potential. Our choice of interaction is suggested by the spectral analysis of the XXZ quantum spin chain. The main result concerns a version of high-disorder Fock-space localization expressed here in the configuration space of hard-core particles. The proof relies on an energetically motivated Combes–Thomas estimate and an effective one-particle analysis. As an application, we show the exponential decay of the two-point function in the infinite system uniformly in the particle number.
PubDate: 2017-10-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0591-0
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 10 (2017)

• Central Limit Theorem and Large Deviation Principle for Continuous Time
Open Quantum Walks
• Authors: Hugo Bringuier
Pages: 3167 - 3192
Abstract: Abstract Open quantum walks (OQWs), originally introduced in Attal et al. (J Stat Phys 147(4):832–852, 2012), are quantum generalizations of classical Markov chains. Recently, natural continuous time models of OQW have been developed in Pellegrini (J Stat Phys 154(3):838–865, 2014). These models, called continuous time open quantum walks (CTOQWs), appear as natural continuous time limits of discrete time OQWs. In particular, they are quantum extensions of continuous time Markov chains. This article is devoted to the study of homogeneous CTOQW on $$\mathbb {Z}^d$$ . We focus namely on their associated quantum trajectories which allow us to prove a central limit theorem for the “position” of the walker as well as a large deviation principle.
PubDate: 2017-10-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0597-7
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 10 (2017)

• Integrable Differential Systems of Topological Type and Reconstruction by
the Topological Recursion
• Authors: Raphaël Belliard; Bertrand Eynard; Olivier Marchal
Pages: 3193 - 3248
Abstract: Abstract Starting from a $$d\times d$$ rational Lax pair system of the form $$\hbar \partial _x \Psi = L\Psi$$ and $$\hbar \partial _t \Psi =R\Psi$$ , we prove that, under certain assumptions (genus 0 spectral curve and additional conditions on R and L), the system satisfies the “topological type property.” A consequence is that the formal $$\hbar$$ -WKB expansion of its determinantal correlators satisfies the topological recursion. This applies in particular to all (p, q) minimal models reductions of the KP hierarchy, or to the six Painlevé systems.
PubDate: 2017-10-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0595-9
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 10 (2017)

• Homogeneous Rank One Perturbations
• Authors: Jan Dereziński
Pages: 3249 - 3268
Abstract: Abstract A holomorphic family of closed operators with a rank one perturbation given by the function $$x^{\frac{m}{2}}$$ is studied. The operators can be used in a toy model of renormalization group.
PubDate: 2017-10-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0585-y
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 10 (2017)

• Quantum Graphs which Optimize the Spectral Gap
• Authors: Ram Band; Guillaume Lévy
Pages: 3269 - 3323
Abstract: Abstract A finite discrete graph is turned into a quantum (metric) graph once a finite length is assigned to each edge and the one-dimensional Laplacian is taken to be the operator. We study the dependence of the spectral gap (the first positive Laplacian eigenvalue) on the choice of edge lengths. In particular, starting from a certain discrete graph, we seek the quantum graph for which an optimal (either maximal or minimal) spectral gap is obtained. We fully solve the minimization problem for all graphs. We develop tools for investigating the maximization problem and solve it for some families of graphs.
PubDate: 2017-10-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0601-2
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 10 (2017)

• Hadamard States for Quantum Abelian Duality
• Authors: Marco Benini; Matteo Capoferri; Claudio Dappiaggi
Pages: 3325 - 3370
Abstract: Abstract Abelian duality is realized naturally by combining differential cohomology and locally covariant quantum field theory. This leads to a $$\hbox {C}^*$$ -algebra of observables, which encompasses the simultaneous discretization of both magnetic and electric fluxes. We discuss the assignment of physically well-behaved states on this algebra and the properties of the associated GNS triple. We show that the algebra of observables factorizes as a suitable tensor product of three $$\hbox {C}^*$$ -algebras: the first factor encodes dynamical information, while the other two capture topological data corresponding to electric and magnetic fluxes. On the former factor and in the case of ultra-static globally hyperbolic spacetimes with compact Cauchy surfaces, we exhibit a state whose two-point correlation function has the same singular structure of a Hadamard state. Specifying suitable counterparts also on the topological factors, we obtain a state for the full theory, ultimately implementing Abelian duality transformations as Hilbert space isomorphisms.
PubDate: 2017-10-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0593-y
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 10 (2017)

• Bounded Energy Waves on the Black Hole Interior of
Reissner–Nordström–de Sitter
• Authors: João L. Costa; Anne T. Franzen
Pages: 3371 - 3398
Abstract: Abstract Motivated by the strong cosmic censorship conjecture, in the presence of a cosmological constant, we consider solutions of the scalar wave equation $$\Box _g\phi =0$$ on fixed subextremal Reissner–Nordström–de Sitter backgrounds $$({\mathcal M}, g)$$ , without imposing symmetry assumptions on $$\phi$$ . We provide a sufficient condition, in terms of surface gravities and a parameter for an exponential decaying Price Law, for a local energy of the waves to remain bounded up to the Cauchy horizon. The energy we consider controls, in particular, regular transverse derivatives at the Cauchy horizon; this allows us to extend the solutions with bounded energy, to the Cauchy horizon, as functions in $$C^0\cap H^1_\mathrm{loc}$$ . Our results correspond to another manifestation of the potential breakdown of strong cosmic censorship in the positive cosmological constant setting.
PubDate: 2017-10-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0592-z
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 10 (2017)

• Hausdorff Closed Limits and Rigidity in Lorentzian Geometry
• Authors: Gregory J. Galloway; Carlos Vega
Pages: 3399 - 3426
Abstract: Abstract We begin with a basic exploration of the (point-set topological) notion of Hausdorff closed limits in the spacetime setting. Specifically, we show that this notion of limit is well suited to sequences of achronal sets, and use this to generalize the ‘achronal limits’ introduced by the authors in Galloway and Vega (Ann Henri Poincaré 15(11):2241–2279, 2014). This, in turn, allows for a broad generalization of the notion of Lorentzian horosphere introduced in Galloway and Vega (2014). We prove a new rigidity result for such horospheres, which in a sense encodes various spacetime splitting results, including the basic Lorentzian splitting theorem. We use this to give a partial proof of the Bartnik splitting conjecture (Bartnik in Commun Math Phys 117(4):615–624, 1988), under a new condition involving past and future Cauchy horospheres, which is weaker than those considered in Galloway (Some rigidity results for spatially closed spacetimes. Mathematics of gravitation, part I (Warsaw, 1996), Banach Center Publications, vol 41, Polish Academy of Science, Warsaw, pp 21–34, 1996) and Galloway and Vega (2014). We close with some observations on spacetimes with spacelike causal boundary, including a rigidity result in the positive cosmological constant case.
PubDate: 2017-10-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0594-x
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 10 (2017)

• Some Remarks on the $$C^0$$ C 0 -(In)Extendibility of Spacetimes
• Authors: Gregory J. Galloway; Eric Ling
Pages: 3427 - 3447
Abstract: Abstract The existence, established over the past number of years and supporting earlier work of Ori (Phys Rev Lett 68(14):2117–2120, 1992), of physically relevant black hole spacetimes that admit $$C^0$$ metric extensions beyond the future Cauchy horizon, while being $$C^2$$ -inextendible, has focused attention on fundamental issues concerning the strong cosmic censorship conjecture. These issues were recently discussed in the work of Sbierski (The $${C}^0$$ -inextendibility of the Schwarzschild spacetime and the spacelike diameter in Lorentzian geometry. arXiv:1507.00601v2, (to appear in J. Diff. Geom.), 2015), in which he established the (nonobvious) fact that the Schwarzschild solution in global Kruskal–Szekeres coordinates is $$C^0$$ -inextendible. In this paper, we review aspects of Sbierski’s methodology in a general context and use similar techniques, along with some new observations, to consider the $$C^0$$ -inextendibility of open FLRW cosmological models. We find that a certain special class of open FLRW spacetimes, which we have dubbed ‘Milne-like,’ actually admits $$C^0$$ extensions through the big bang. For spacetimes that are not Milne-like, we prove some inextendibility results within the class of spherically symmetric spacetimes.
PubDate: 2017-10-01
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0602-1
Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 10 (2017)

• Veiled Singularities for the Spherically Symmetric Massless
Einstein–Vlasov System
• Authors: Alan D. Rendall; Juan J. L. Velázquez
Abstract: Abstract This paper continues the investigation of the formation of naked singularities in the collapse of collisionless matter initiated in Rendall and Velázquez (Annales Henri Poincaré 12:919–964, 2011). There the existence of certain classes of non-smooth solutions of the Einstein–Vlasov system was proved. Those solutions are self-similar and hence not asymptotically flat. To obtain solutions which are more physically relevant it makes sense to attempt to cut off these solutions in a suitable way so as to make them asymptotically flat. This task, which turns out to be technically challenging, will be carried out in this paper.
PubDate: 2017-08-14
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0607-9

• Local Versus Global Temperature Under a Positive Curvature Condition
• Authors: Ko Sanders
Abstract: Abstract For a massless free scalar field in a globally hyperbolic space-time we compare the global temperature $$T=\beta ^{-1}$$ , defined for the $$\beta$$ -KMS states $$\omega ^{(\beta )}$$ , with the local temperature $$T_{\omega }(x)$$ introduced by Buchholz and Schlemmer. We prove the following claims: (1) whenever $$T_{\omega ^{(\beta )}}(x)$$ is defined, it is a continuous, monotonically decreasing function of $$\beta$$ at every point x. (2) $$T_{\omega }(x)$$ is defined when M is ultra-static with compact Cauchy surface and non-trivial scalar curvature $$R\ge 0$$ , $$\omega$$ is stationary, and a few other assumptions are satisfied. Our proof of (2) relies on the positive mass theorem. We discuss the necessity of its assumptions, providing counter-examples in an ultra-static space-time with non-compact Cauchy surface and $$R<0$$ somewhere. Our results suggest that under suitable circumstances (in particular in the absence of acceleration, rotation and violations of the weak energy condition in the background space-time) both notions of temperature provide qualitatively similar information, and hence the Wick square can be used as a local thermometer.
PubDate: 2017-08-11
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0603-0

• On Scattering for Small Data of $$\varvec{2 + 1}$$ 2 + 1 -Dimensional
Equivariant Einstein-Wave Map System
• Authors: Benjamin Dodson; Nishanth Gudapati
Abstract: Abstract We consider the Cauchy problem of $$2+1$$ equivariant wave maps coupled to Einstein’s equations of general relativity and prove that two separate (nonlinear) subclasses of the system disperse to their corresponding linearized equations in the large. Global asymptotic behavior of $$2+1$$ Einstein-wave map system is relevant because the system occurs naturally in $$3+1$$ vacuum Einstein’s equations.
PubDate: 2017-07-12
DOI: 10.1007/s00023-017-0599-5

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