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OoMetalCageoO is proud to bring .... Mass Attack - MA METAL COMPILATION More than a dozen talented artists and bands from across Massachusetts brought together on one album. Featuring brand new material from VERSCYTHE, CROWFATHER, SORROWSEED, INFESTED PROPHECY and from a brand new TechnicalDeath band SKIN DRONE Thanks to all the bands for participating

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On a M\"obius surface, as defined by D. Calderbank, we study a variant of the Einstein-Weyl (EW) equation which we call scalar-flat M\"obius EW (sf-MEW). This is a conformally invariant, finite type, overdetermined system of semi-linear partial differential equations. We derive local algebraic constraints for this equation to admit a solution and give local obstructions. In the generic case when a certain invariant of the M\"obius structure given by a symmetric tensor $M_{ab}$ is...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.2516v2

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Analytical formulas for some useful three-particles integrals are derived. Many of these integrals include Bessel and/or trigonometric functions of one and two interparticle (relative) coordinates $r_{32}, r_{31}$ and $r_{21}$. The formulas obtained in such an analysis allow us to consider three-particle integrals of more complicated functions of relative/perimetric coordinates. In many actual problems such three-particle integrals can be found in matrix elements of the Hamiltonian and other...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.4536v7

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Saurabh Paul; Christos Boutsidis; Malik Magdon-Ismail; Petros Drineas

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Let X be a data matrix of rank \rho, whose rows represent n points in d-dimensional space. The linear support vector machine constructs a hyperplane separator that maximizes the 1-norm soft margin. We develop a new oblivious dimension reduction technique which is precomputed and can be applied to any input matrix X. We prove that, with high probability, the margin and minimum enclosing ball in the feature space are preserved to within \epsilon-relative error, ensuring comparable generalization...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.6085v4

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The DEAP-1 \SI{7}{kg} single phase liquid argon scintillation detector was operated underground at SNOLAB in order to test the techniques and measure the backgrounds inherent to single phase detection, in support of the \mbox{DEAP-3600} Dark Matter detector. Backgrounds in DEAP are controlled through material selection, construction techniques, pulse shape discrimination and event reconstruction. This report details the analysis of background events observed in three iterations of the DEAP-1...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1211.0909v2

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Given a matroid $M$ one can define its Orlik-Solomon algebra $OS(M)$ and the Bergman fan $\Sigma_0(M)$. On the other hand to any rational polyhedral fan $\Sigma$ one can associate its tropical homology and cohomology groups $\F_\bullet(\Sigma)$, $\F^\bullet (\Sigma)$. We will show that the projective Orlik-Solomon algebra $OS_0(M)$ is canonically isomorphic to $\F^\bullet (\Sigma_0(M))$.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1209.1651v2

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We investigate Lie algebras whose Lie bracket is also an associative or cubic associative multiplication to characterize the class of nilpotent Lie algebras with a nilindex equal to 2 or 3. In particular we study the class of 2-step nilpotent Lie algebras, their deformations and we compute the cohomology which parametrize the deformations in this class.

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Compressed sensing is the art of reconstructing a sparse vector from its inner products with respect to a small set of randomly chosen measurement vectors. It is usually assumed that the ensemble of measurement vectors is in isotropic position in the sense that the associated covariance matrix is proportional to the identity matrix. In this paper, we establish bounds on the number of required measurements in the anisotropic case, where the ensemble of measurement vectors possesses a non-trivial...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.1423v3

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We present a novel approach to the construction of new finite algebras and describe the congruence lattices of these algebras. Given a finite algebra $(B_0, \dots)$, let $B_1, B_2, \dots, B_K$ be sets that either intersect $B_0$ or intersect each other at certain points. We construct an \emph{overalgebra} $(A, F_A)$, by which we mean an expansion of $(B_0, \dots)$ with universe $A = B_0 \cup B_1 \cup \cdots \cup B_K$, and a certain set $F_A$ of unary operations that includes mappings $e_i$...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1205.1106v4

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In this paper we directly constrain possible spatial variations of the Newtonian gravitational constant G over ranges 0.01-5 AU in various extrasolar multi-planet systems. By means of the third Kepler's law we determine the quantity \Gamma_ XY=G_X/G_Y for each couple of planets X and Y located at different distances from their parent star: deviations of the measured values of \Gamma from unity would signal variations of G. The obtained results for \eta=1-\Gamma are found to be well compatible...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/0612056v5

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Beautiful formulas are known for the expected cost of random two-dimensional assignment problems, but in higher dimensions even the scaling is not known. In three dimensions and above, the problem has natural "Axial" and "Planar" versions, both of which are NP-hard. For 3-dimensional Axial random assignment instances of size $n$, the cost scales as $\Omega(1/n)$, and a main result of the present paper is a linear-time algorithm that, with high probability, finds a solution...

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Seppo Mattila; Stephen Smartt; Justyn Maund; Stefano Benetti; Mattias Ergon

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Massive stars end their lives in spectacular supernova explosions. Identifying the progenitor star is a test of stellar evolution and explosion models. Here we show that the progenitor star of the supernova SN 2008bk has now disappeared, which provides conclusive evidence that this was the death of a red supergiant star.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1011.5494v2

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Markus Heydenreich; Remco van der Hofstad; Tim Hulshof; Grégory Miermont

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We identify the scaling limit of the backbone of the high-dimensional incipient infinite cluster (IIC), both in the long- as well as in the finite-range setting. In the finite-range setting, this scaling limit is Brownian motion, in the long-range setting, it is a stable motion. The proof relies on a novel lace expansion for percolation that resembles the original expansion for self-avoiding walks by Brydges and Spencer in 1985. This expansion is interesting in its own right.

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In this article, we recalculate the contributions of all vacuum condensates up to dimension-6, in particular the one-loop corrections to the quark condensates $\alpha_s $ and partial one-loop corrections to the four-quark condensates $\alpha_s^2 ^2$, in the operator product expansion. Then we study the masses and decay constants of the heavy pseudoscalar mesons $D$, $D_s$, $B$ and $B_s$ using the QCD sum rules with two choices: {\bf I} we choose the $\bar{MS}$ masses by setting $m=m(\mu)$ and...

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Let H be a semisimple (so, finite dimensional) Hopf algebra over an algebraically closed field k of characteristic zero and let A be a commutative domain over k. We show that if A arises as an H-module algebra via an inner faithful H-action, then H must be a group algebra. This answers a question of E. Kirkman and J. Kuzmanovich and partially answers a question of M. Cohen. The main results of this article extend to working over k of positive characteristic. On the other hand, we obtain results...

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The Atacama Cosmology Telescope has measured the angular power spectra of microwave fluctuations to arcminute scales at frequencies of 148 and 218 GHz, from three seasons of data. At small scales the fluctuations in the primordial Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) become increasingly obscured by extragalactic foregounds and secondary CMB signals. We present results from a nine-parameter model describing these secondary effects, including the thermal and kinematic Sunyaev-Zel'dovich (tSZ and...

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We analyze the semiclassical limit of spectral theory on manifolds whose metrics have jump-like discontinuities. Such systems are quite different from manifolds with smooth Riemannian metrics because the semiclassical limit does not relate to a classical flow but rather to branching (ray-splitting) billiard dynamics. In order to describe this system we introduce a dynamical system on the space of functions on phase space. To identify the quantum dynamics in the semiclassical limit we compute...

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An alternative method is described for determining the hyperbolic structure on a link complement, and some of its elementary consequences are examined. The method is particularly suited to alternating links.

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We prove that the C*-algebra of a second-countable, \'etale, amenable groupoid is simple if and only if the groupoid is topologically principal and minimal. We also show that if G has totally disconnected unit space, then the associated complex *-algebra introduced by Steinberg is simple if and only if the interior of the isotropy subgroupoid of G is equal to the unit space and G is minimal.

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By solving a free analog of the Monge-Amp\`ere equation, we prove a non-commutative analog of Brenier's monotone transport theorem: if an $n$-tuple of self-adjoint non-commutative random variables $Z_{1},...,Z_{n}$ satisfies a regularity condition (its conjugate variables $\xi_{1},...,\xi_{n}$ should be analytic in $Z_{1},...,Z_{n}$ and $\xi_{j}$ should be close to $Z_{j}$ in a certain analytic norm), then there exist invertible non-commutative functions $F_{j}$ of an $n$-tuple of semicircular...

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We present a method for deciding when a regular abelian cover of a finite CW-complex has finite Betti numbers. To start with, we describe a natural parameter space for all regular covers of a finite CW-complex X, with group of deck transformations a fixed abelian group A, which in the case of free abelian covers of rank r coincides with the Grassmanian of r-planes in H^1(X,\Q). Inside this parameter space, there is a subset \Omega_A^i(X) consisting of all the covers with finite Betti numbers up...

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A general formalization is given for asynchronous multiple access channels which admits different assumptions on delays. This general framework allows the analysis of so far unexplored models leading to new interesting capacity regions. In particular, a single letter characterization is given for the capacity region in case of 3 senders, 2 synchronous with each other and the third not synchronous with them.

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Let X be a smooth proper variety over a perfect field k of arbitrary characteristic. Let D be an effective divisor on X with multiplicity. We introduce an Albanese variety Alb(X, D) of X of modulus D as a higher dimensional analogon of the generalized Jacobian of Rosenlicht-Serre with modulus for smooth proper curves. Basing on duality of 1-motives with unipotent part (which are introduced here), we obtain explicit and functorial descriptions of these generalized Albanese varieties and their...

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Yao-Kun Wang; Teng Ma; Heng Fan; Shao-Ming Fei; Zhi-Xi Wang

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We propose "super one-way deficit" by weak measurement as the generalization of one-way deficit defined for standard projective measurement. The super one-way deficit for Werner state is obtained analytically. We find that super one-way deficit is smaller than the standard one-way deficit, which contrasts with a straightforward expectation based on the known fact that super-quantum discord by weak measurement is always larger than the quantum discord defined by projective measurement....

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The purpose of this article is to establish upper and lower estimates for the integral kernel of the semigroup exp(-tP) associated to a classical, strongly elliptic pseudodifferential operator P of positive order on a closed manifold. The Poissonian bounds generalize those obtained for perturbations of fractional powers of the Laplacian. In the selfadjoint case, extensions to t in C_+ are studied. In particular, our results apply to the Dirichlet-to-Neumann semigroup.

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The weakly contractive metric type fixed point result in Berinde [Nonlinear Anal. Forum, 9 (2004), 45-53] is "almost" covered by the related altering metric one due to Khan et al [Bull. Austral. Math. Soc., 30 (1984), 1-9]. Further extensions of these statements are then provided.

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In this paper we define and present a simple combinatorial formula for a 3-variable Laurent polynomial invariant of conjugacy classes in Artin braid group $B_m$. We show that this Laurent polynomial satisfies the Conway skein relation and its coefficients are Vassiliev invariants of braids.

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The computer calculations in arXiv:0808.0284 to classify sharp polynomials with nonegative coefficients constant on the line $x+y=1$ have been extended to degrees 19 and 21. In degree 19 a surprisingly large number of 13 sharp polynomials was found, while in degree 21 only the group invariant polynomial exists.

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We provide an example of minimum size of a finite semigroup with $\mathcal{J}^{\ast}\neq\mathcal{D}^{\ast}$. We introduce the notion of starred stability and prove that every starred stable semigroup has $\mathcal{J}^{\ast}=\mathcal{D}^{\ast}$.

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We are dealing with possibly degenerate second-order parabolic operators whose coefficients are infinitely differentiable with respect to space variables and only measurable with respect to the time variable. We impose the H\"ormander condition on the diffusion coefficients and prove that the solutions of the corresponding equations with right-hand sides which are infinitely differentiable in the space variables in a space-time domain have also this property.

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The Frobenius number $F(\ba)$ of a lattice point $\ba$ in $\R^d$ with positive coprime coordinates, is the largest integer which can $not$ be expressed as a non-negative integer linear combination of the coordinates of $\ba$. Marklof in \cite{M} proved the existence of the limit distribution of the Frobenius numbers, when $\ba$ is taken to be random in an enlarging domain in $\R^d$. We will show that if the domain has piecewise smooth boundary, the error term for the convergence of the...

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This paper studies the problem of maximizing expected utility from terminal wealth combining a static position in derivative securities, which we assume can be traded only at time zero, with a traditional dynamic trading strategy in stocks. We work in the framework of a general semi-martingale model and consider a utility function defined on the positive real line.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1210.5466v3

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The problem of estimating high-dimensional network models arises naturally in the analysis of many physical, biological and socio-economic systems. Examples include stock price fluctuations in financial markets and gene regulatory networks representing effects of regulators (transcription factors) on regulated genes in genetics. We aim to learn the structure of the network over time employing the framework of Granger causal models under the assumptions of sparsity of its edges and inherent...

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We propose a novel group testing method, termed semi-quantitative group testing, motivated by a class of problems arising in genome screening experiments. Semi-quantitative group testing (SQGT) is a (possibly) non-binary pooling scheme that may be viewed as a concatenation of an adder channel and an integer-valued quantizer. In its full generality, SQGT may be viewed as a unifying framework for group testing, in the sense that most group testing models are special instances of SQGT. For the new...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1210.2484v2

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30-minute radio program for October 8, 2013. A fine talk by journalist JEREMY SCAHILL based in part on his recent book, Dirty Wars. Scahill tells the story of the politicization and then radicalization of US citizen Anwar al-Awlaki--assassinated by President Obama in 2011. But this is also the story of an ever-expanding National Security State, the US's ever-expanding global wars, Barack Obama's war against whistleblowers and press freedom. It's also the story of the US's corrupt news media,...

Topics: Anwar al-Awlaki, Anwar Awlaki, Jeremy Scahill, Obama, Yemen, media, press, war

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MARS LP33 - When Blue Blew http://piemerica.org/MARS/disc-2013.html#When_Blue_Blew

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Series/Special. Speeches from policy makers and coverage from around the country. (Stereo)

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Fitting Faith into a Busy Life by Sheikh Sajid Ahmed Umar at Masjidul Zainab Jumuah Masjid, Dehiwala on 08-Oct-2013 View more details at here

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News/Business. Business news and interviews; with Neil Cavuto. New.

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