Browsing Department of Mathematical Sciences by Issue Date

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  • Sen, Asok; Kane, Abdoul; Hutchison, William D; Lozano, Andres M; Hodaie, Mojgan; Dostrovsky, Jonathan O (Springer (Biomed Central Ltd.), 2007-07-06)
  • Feigin, B.; Jimbo, M.; Miwa, T.; Mukhin, Eugene (2013)
    We construct an analog of the subalgebra Ugl(n) ⊗ Ugl(m) ⊂ Ugl(m + n) in the setting of quantum toroidal algebras and study the restrictions of various representations to this subalgebra.
  • Arciero, Julia C.; Mi, Qi; Branca, Maria; Hackam, David; Swigon, David (Wiley Blackwell (Blackwell Publishing), 2013-03)
    A two-dimensional continuum model of collective cell migration is used to predict the closure of gaps in intestinal epithelial cell layers. The model assumes that cell migration is governed by lamellipodia formation, ...
  • Arciero, Julia; Bard Ermentrout, G.; Siggers, Richard; Afrazi, Amin; Hackam, David; Vodovotz, Yoram; Rubin, Jonathan (Elsevier, 2013-03-21)
    Necrotizing enterocolitis (NEC) is a severe disease of the gastrointestinal tract in premature infants, characterized by a disrupted intestinal epithelium and an exaggerated pro-inflammatory response. Since the activation ...
  • Eremenko, Alexandre; Gabrielov, Andrei; Tarasov, Vitaly (2014)
    A spherical nn-gon is a bordered surface homeomorphic to a closed disk, with nn distinguished boundary points called corners, equipped with a Riemannian metric of constant curvature 11, except at the corners, and such that ...
  • Alsedà, Lluís; Misiurewicz, Michał (2014)
    We investigate homeomorphisms of a compact interval, applied randomly. We consider this system as a skew product with the two-sided Bernoulli shift in the base. If on the open interval there is a metric in which almost all ...
  • Klimek, Slawomir; McBride, Matt (2014-03)
    The goal of this paper is to introduce a class of operators, which we call quantum Dirac type operators on a noncommutative sphere, by a gluing construction from copies of noncommutative disks, subject to an appropriate ...
  • Fu, Daniel; Tan, Patrick; Kuznetsov, Alexey; Molkov, Yaroslav I (2014-03)
    Genetic oscillatory networks can be mathematically modeled with delay differential equations (DDEs). Interpreting genetic networks with DDEs gives a more intuitive understanding from a biological standpoint. However, it ...
  • Mukhin, Eugene; Young, C. A. S. (2014-05)
    Let be a simple Lie algebra. We consider the category of those modules over the affine quantum group whose -weights have finite multiplicity and lie in a finite union of cones generated by negative roots. We show that many ...
  • Rubchinsky, Leonid L.; Ahn, Sungwoo; Park, Choongseok (Frontiers, 2014-06)
    Intermittent synchronization is observed in a variety of different experimental settings in physics and beyond and is an established research topic in nonlinear dynamics. When coupled oscillators exhibit relatively weak, ...
  • Guidoboni, Giovanna; Harris, Alon; Cassani, Simone; Arciero, Julia; Siesky, Brent; Amireskandari, Annahita; Tobe, Leslie; Egan, Patrick; Januleviciene, Ingrida; Park, Joshua (Association for Research in Vision and Opthalmology, 2014-07)
    PURPOSE: This study investigates the relationship between intraocular pressure (IOP) and retinal hemodynamics and predicts how arterial blood pressure (BP) and blood flow autoregulation (AR) influence this relationship. METHODS: ...
  • Rimányi, R.; Tarasov, Vitaly; Varchenko, A. (Springer, 2014-08)
    We consider the conormal bundle of a Schubert variety SI in the cotangent bundle T∗Gr of the Grassmannian Gr of k-planes in Cn. This conormal bundle has a fundamental class κI in the equivariant cohomology H∗T(T∗Gr). ...
  • Molkov, Yaroslav I; Shevtsova, Natalia A; Park, Choongseok; Ben-Tal, Alona; Smith, Jeffrey C; Rubin, Jonathan E; Rybak, Ilya A (2014-10)
    Breathing is a vital process providing the exchange of gases between the lungs and atmosphere. During quiet breathing, pumping air from the lungs is mostly performed by contraction of the diaphragm during inspiration, and ...
  • Molkov, Yaroslav I.; Zaretsky, Dmitry V. (Taylor & Francis, 2014-10-30)
    Fatal hyperthermia after administration of various amphetamines is well-known clinical phenomenon, however, there is no consistent theory explaining its etiology and/or pathogenesis. Dose-dependence of temperature responses ...
  • Misiurewicz, Michal (Springer, 2014-12)
    For the maps of the two-dimensional sphere into itself that preserve the latitude foliation and are differentiable at the poles, lower estimates of the number of fixed points for the maps and their iterates are obtained. ...
  • Zheng, Wei (2015)
    A systematic study is carried out regarding universally optimal designs under the interference model, previously investigated by Kunert and Martin [Ann. Statist. 28 (2000) 1728–1742] and Kunert and Mersmann [J. Statist. ...
  • Koch, Sarah; Roeder, Roland K. (Cambridge, 2015)
    The dynamical degrees of a rational map f:X⇢X are fundamental invariants describing the rate of growth of the action of iterates of f on the cohomology of X. When f has non-empty indeterminacy set, these quantities can be ...
  • Vancak, V.; Goldberg, Y.; Bar-Lev, S. K.; Boukai, Benzion (Springer, 2015)
    Lifetime data are usually assumed to stem from a continuous distribution supported on [0, b) for some b ≤ ∞. The continuity assumption implies that the support of the distribution does not have atom points, particularly ...
  • Its, Alexander; Lisovyy, Oleg; Tykhyy, Yuriy (Oxford, 2015)
    The short-distance expansion of the tau function of the radial sine-Gordon/Painlevé III equation is given by a convergent series which involves irregular c=1c=1 conformal blocks and possesses certain periodicity properties ...
  • Kaminker, Jerome; Putnam, Ian F.; Whittaker, Michael F. (De Gruyter, 2015)
    The K-theoretic analog of Spanier–Whitehead duality for noncommutative C*-algebras is shown to hold for the Ruelle algebras associated to irreducible Smale spaces. This had previously been proved only for shifts of finite ...

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