Department of Mathematical Sciences Articles

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  • Bleher, Pavel; Liechty, Karl (Springer, 2018-02)
    We obtain asymptotic formulas for the partition function of the six-vertex model with domain wall boundary conditions and half-turn symmetry in each of the phase regions. The proof is based on the Izergin–Korepin–Kuperberg ...
  • Barnett, William H.; Abdala, Ana P.; Paton, Julian F. R.; Rybak, Ilya A.; Zoccal, Daniel B.; Molkov, Yaroslav I. (Elsevier, 2017-01)
    The respiratory central pattern generator must respond to chemosensory cues to maintain oxygen (O2) and carbon dioxide (CO2) homeostasis in the blood and tissues. To do this, sensorial cells located in the periphery and ...
  • Feigin, B.; Jimbo, M.; Mukhin, Eugene (IOP, 2017)
    We identify the Taylor coefficients of the transfer matrices corresponding to quantum toroidal algebras with the elliptic local and non-local integrals of motion introduced by Kojima, Shiraishi, Watanabe, and one of the ...
  • Shang, Zuofeng; Cheng, Guang (2017)
    In this paper, we explore statistical versus computational trade-off to address a basic question in the application of a distributed algorithm: what is the minimal computational cost in obtaining statistical optimality? ...
  • Molev, Alexander I.; Mukhin, Eugene E. (Springer, 2017-09)
    According to the Feigin–Frenkel–Reshetikhin theorem, the eigenvalues of higher Gaudin Hamiltonians on Bethe vectors can be found using the center of an affine vertex algebra at the critical level. We recently calculated ...
  • Hungria, Allan; Prada, Daniele; Sayas, Francisco-Javier (Elsevier, 2017-12)
    We derive and analyze a hybridizable discontinuous Galerkin (HDG) method for approximating weak solutions to the equations of time-harmonic linear elasticity on a bounded Lipschitz domain in three dimensions. The real ...
  • Klimek, Slawomir; McBride, Matt; Rathnayake, Sumedha; Sakai, Kaoru; Wang, Honglin (2017)
    We study unbounded invariant and covariant derivations on the quantum disk. In particular we answer the question whether such derivations come from operators with compact parametrices and thus can be used to define spectral ...
  • Basor, Estelle; Bleher, Pavel (Springer, 2017-12)
    We obtain an asymptotic formula, as n→∞, for the monomer–monomer correlation function K2(n) in the classical dimer model on a triangular lattice, with the horizontal and vertical weights wh=wv=1 and the diagonal weight ...
  • Arciero, Julia C.; Causin, Paola; Malgaroli, Francesca (AIMS, 2017)
    The microcirculation plays a major role in maintaining homeostasis in the body. Alterations or dysfunctions of the microcirculation can lead to several types of serious diseases. It is not surprising, then, that the ...
  • Zhu, Luoding; Yu, Xijun; Liu, Nansheng; Cheng, Yongguang; Lu, Xiyun (AIP, 2017-08)
    We consider a deformable plate interacting with a non-Newtonian fluid flow in three dimensions as a simple model problem for fluid-structure-interaction phenomena in life sciences (e.g., red blood cell interacting with ...
  • Feigin, B.; Jimbo, M.; Miwa, T.; Mukhin, Evgeny (Springer, 2017-11)
    We study highest weight representations of the Borel subalgebra of the quantum toroidal gl1 algebra with finite-dimensional weight spaces. In particular, we develop the q-character theory for such modules. We introduce ...
  • 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). ...
  • Morozova, Ekaterina O.; Myroshnychenko, Maxym; Zakharov, Denis; di Volo, Matteo; Gutkin, Boris; Lapish, Christopher C.; Kuznetsov, Alexey (APS Journals, 2016-10-01)
    Presented herein ventral tegmental area microcircuit model challenges the classical view that GABA neurons exclusively reduce dopamine neuron firing and bursting. Rather, high levels of synchrony amongst GABA neurons can ...
  • Ahn, Sungwoo; Zauber, S. Elizabeth; Worth, Robert M.; Witt, Thomas; Rubchinsky, Leonid L. (Elsevier, 2018-04)
  • Zigon, Bob; Zhu, Luoding; Song, Fengguang (Springer, 2018-01)
    The scope of this work involves the integration of high-speed parallel computation with interactive, 3D visualization of the lattice-Boltzmann-based immersed boundary method for fluid–structure interaction. An NVIDIA Tesla ...
  • Dutton, Gareth R.; Gowey, Marissa A.; Tan, Fei; Zhou, Dali; Ard, Jamy; Perri, Michael G.; Lewis, Cora E. (BMC, 2017-08-15)
    Background Behavioral interventions for obesity produce clinically meaningful weight loss, but weight regain following treatment is common. Extended care programs attenuate weight regain and improve weight loss maintenance. ...
  • Minevich, Igor; Morton, Patrick (2017)
    We study triangles $ABC$ and points $P$ for which the generalized orthocenter $H$ corresponding to $P$ coincides with a vertex $A,B$, or $C$. The set of all such points $P$ is a union of three ellipses minus $6$ points. ...
  • Aptekarev, Alexander I.; Bogolubsky, Alexey I.; Yattselev, Maxim L. (IOP, 2017)
    Let $\widehat\sigma$ be a Cauchy transform of a possibly complex-valued Borel measure $\sigma$ and $\{p_n\}$ a system of orthonormal polynomials with respect to a measure $\mu$, where $\operatorname{supp}(\mu)\cap\operat ...
  • Peng, Hanxiang; Schick, Anton (Elsevier, 2018-03)
    This paper provides sufficient conditions for the asymptotic normality of quadratic forms of averages of random vectors of increasing dimension and improves on conditions found in the literature. Such results are needed ...
  • Misiurewicz, Michał; Roth, Samuel (Cambridge, 2017)
    For a transitive countably piecewise monotone Markov interval map we consider the question of whether there exists a conjugate map of constant slope. The answer varies depending on whether the map is continuous or only ...

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