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• A Remark on the Spherical Bipartite Spin Glass

Abstract: Abstract Auffinger and Chen (J Stat Phys 157:40–59, 2014) proved a variational formula for the free energy of the spherical bipartite spin glass in terms of a global minimum over the overlaps. We show that a different optimisation procedure leads to a saddle point, similar to the one achieved for models on the vertices of the hypercube.
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• Box and Ball System with Numbered Boxes

Abstract: Abstract The box and ball system (BBS) models the dynamics of balls moving among an array of boxes. The simplest BBS is derived from the ultradiscretization of the discrete Toda equation, which is one of the most famous discrete integrable systems. The discrete Toda equation can be extended to two types of discrete hungry Toda (dhToda) equations, one of which is the equation of motion of the BBS with numbered balls (nBBS). In this paper, based on the ultradiscretization of the other type of dhToda equation, we present a new nBBS in which not balls, but boxes, are numbered. We also investigate conserved quantities with respect to balls and boxes, the solitonical nature of ball motions, and a scattering rule in collisions of balls to clarify the characteristics of the resulting nBBS.
PubDate: 2022-04-24

• Bose–Einstein Condensation with Optimal Rate for Trapped Bosons in the
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Abstract: Abstract We consider a Bose gas consisting of N particles in $${\mathbb {R}}^3$$ , trapped by an external field and interacting through a two-body potential with scattering length of order $$N^{-1}$$ . We prove that low energy states exhibit complete Bose–Einstein condensation with optimal rate, generalizing previous work in Boccato et al. (Commun Math Phys 359(3):975–1026, 2018; 376:1311–1395, 2020), restricted to translation invariant systems. This extends recent results in Nam et al. (Preprint, 2001. arXiv:2001.04364), removing the smallness assumption on the size of the scattering length.
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• A $${\mathbb {Z}}_{2}$$ Z 2 -Topological Index for Quasi-Free Fermions

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• Weyl’s Laws and Connes’ Integration Formulas for Matrix-Valued
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• J-Trajectories in 4-Dimensional Solvable Lie Group $$\mathrm {Sol}_0^4$$
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• Regularising Transformations for Complex Differential Equations with
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• On Tsallis and Kaniadakis Divergences

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• Factorization Problems on Rational Loop Groups, and the Poisson Geometry
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• Involutions of Halphen Pencils of Index 2 and Discrete Integrable Systems

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• Phase Transitions and Percolation at Criticality in Enhanced Random
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• The BCS Critical Temperature at High Density

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• Injective Tensor Products in Strict Deformation Quantization

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• Stem and topological entropy on Cayley trees

Abstract: Abstract We consider the existence of the topological entropy of shift spaces on a finitely generated semigroup whose Cayley graph is a tree. The considered semigroups include free groups. On the other hand, the notion of stem entropy is introduced. For shift spaces on a strict free semigroup, the stem entropy coincides with the topological entropy. We reveal a sufficient condition for the existence of the stem entropy of shift spaces on a semigroup. Furthermore, we demonstrate that the topological entropy exists in many cases and is identical to the stem entropy.
PubDate: 2021-12-22
DOI: 10.1007/s11040-021-09411-4

• How One can Repair Non-integrable Kahan Discretizations. II. A Planar
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• A Lax Formulation of a Generalized q-Garnier System

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PubDate: 2021-11-27
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• Iterated Foldings of Discrete Spaces and Their Limits: Candidates for the
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PubDate: 2021-11-27
DOI: 10.1007/s11040-021-09410-5

• Constant Mean Curvature Surfaces Based on Fundamental Quadrilaterals

Abstract: Abstract We describe the construction of CMC surfaces with symmetries in $$\mathbb {S}^{3}$$ and $$\mathbb {R}^{3}$$ using a CMC quadrilateral in a fundamental tetrahedron of a tessellation of the space. The fundamental piece is constructed by the generalized Weierstrass representation using a geometric flow on the space of potentials.
PubDate: 2021-11-06
DOI: 10.1007/s11040-021-09397-z

• Sharpness of the Phase Transition for the Orthant Model

Abstract: Abstract The orthant model is a directed percolation model on $$\mathbb {Z}^{d}$$ , in which all clusters are infinite. We prove a sharp threshold result for this model: if p is larger than the critical value above which the cluster of 0 is contained in a cone, then the shift from 0 that is required to contain the cluster of 0 in that cone is exponentially small. As a consequence, above this critical threshold, a shape theorem holds for the cluster of 0, as well as ballisticity of the random walk on this cluster.
PubDate: 2021-10-15
DOI: 10.1007/s11040-021-09408-z

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