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[20120323] Acousticwave nonlinearity in stimulated Brillouin scattering
Stimulated Brillouin scattering is investigated here under conditions characterized by high optical pump intensity. Calculations are carried out at 1.3 and 3.8 /jm with pump intensities equal to approximately three times ... 
[20120322] Algorithmic dimensionality reduction for molecular structure analysis
Dimensionality reduction approaches have been used to exploit the redundancy in a Cartesian coordinate representation of molecular motion by producing lowdimensional representations of molecular motion. This has been used ... 
[20120322] The Approximate Functional Formula for the Theta Function and Diophantine Gauss Sums
By introducing the discrete curvature of the polygonal line, and by exploiting the similarity of segments of the line, for small w, to Cornu spirals (Cspirals), we prove the precise renormalization formula. This formula, ... 
[20120323] Caustics and virtual cathodes in electron beams
A simplified model is discussed that captures the basic physics of the phenomenon of oscillatory virtual cathodes in electron beams. A monoenergetic nonrelativistic onedimensional electron beam is injected through a ... 
[20131125] Computing a logarithm of a unitary matrix with general spectrum [dataset]
\begin{abstract} We analyze an algorithm for computing a skewHermitian logarithm of a unitary matrix, and also skewHermitian approximate logarithms for nearly unitary matrices. This algorithm is very easy to implement ... 
[20120322] Delayinduced destabilization of entrainment of nerve impulses on ephaptically coupled nerve fibers
We study the effect of delay on the synchronization of two nerve impulses traveling along two ephaptically coupled, unmyelinated nerve fibers. The system is modeled as a pair of delaycoupled FitzhughNagumo equations. A ... 
[20120322] Dynamical properties of forced shear layers in an annular geometry
Results of numerical simulations of a forced shear flow in an annular geometry are presented. The particular geometry used in this work reduces the effects of centrifugal and Coriolis forces. However, there are still a ... 
[20120323] Effects of thermal spread on the space charge limit of an electron beam
An asymptotic analysis is carried out to calculate the effects of a small thermal spread in the injection energy of an electron beam on its space charge limit. It is found that the space charge limit is lowered proportionally ... 
[20120322] AN EFFICIENT SPECTRAL METHOD FOR ORDINARY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH RATIONAL FUNCTION COEFFICIENTS
We present some relations that allow the efficient approximate inversion of linear differential operators with rational function coefficients. We employ expansions in terms of a large class of orthogonal polynomial families, ... 
[20131202] Estimating norms of commutators
\begin{abstract} We find estimates on the norm of a commutator of the form $[f(x),y]$ in terms of the norm of $[x,y]$, assuming that $x$ and $y$ are bounded linear operators on Hilbert space, with $x$ normal and with ... 
[20131202] Estimating norms of commutators [dataset]
\begin{abstract} We find estimates on the norm of a commutator of the form $[f(x),y]$ in terms of the norm of $[x,y]$, assuming that $x$ and $y$ are bounded linear operators on Hilbert space, with $x$ normal and with ... 
[20120320] The FALCLoop web server for protein loop modeling
The FALCLoop web server provides an online interface for protein loop modeling by employing an ab initio loop modeling method called FALC (fragment assembly and analytical loop closure). The server may be used to construct ... 
[20120322] Invertibility of current density from nearfield electromagnetic data
The problem of determining a current density confined to a volume from measurements of the magnetic and electric fields it produces exterior to that volume is known to have nonunique solutions. Despite the nonuniqueness ... 
[20120323] Longtime behavior of GinzburgLandau systems far from equilibrium
Using singularperturbation techniques, we study the stability of modulated structures generated by driving GinzburgLandau systems far from equilibrium. We show that, far from equilibrium, the steadystate behavior is ... 
[20120323] Non relativistic KapitzaDirac scattering
We use techniques of singular perturbation theory to investigate the scattering of nonrelativistic charged particles by a standing light wave (KapitzaDirac scattering). Unlike previous treatments, we give explicit results ... 
[20120322] Optimized preparation of quantum states by conditional measurements
We introduce a general strategy for preparation of arbitrary quantum states via optimal control of repeated conditional measurements. The effectiveness of this strategy in generating finite Fockstate superpositions with ... 
[20131217] Principal angles and approximation for quaternionic projections [dataset]
We extend Jordan's notion of principal angles to work for two subspaces of quaternionic space, and so have a method to analyze two orthogonal projections in the matrices over the real, complex or quaternionic field (or ... 
[20120322] PSEUDOSPECTRAL SOLUTION OF THE TWODIMENSIONAL NAVIER{STOKES EQUATIONS IN A DISK
An efficient and accurate algorithm for solving the twodimensional (2D) incompressible NavierStokes equations on a disk with noslip boundary conditions is described. The vorticity stream function formulation of these ... 
[20140109] Quantitative Ktheory and spin Chern numbers [dataset]
We examine the various indices defined on pairs of almost commuting unitary matrices that can detect pairs that are far from commuting pairs. We do this is two symmetry classes, that of general unitary matrices and ... 
[20120322] The Quaternions with an application to Rigid Body Dynamics
William Rowan Hamilton invented the quaternions in 1843, in his effort to construct hypercomplex numbers, or higher dimensional generalizations of the complex numbers. Failing to construct a generalization in three dimensions ...