Mathematics and Physics

 

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  • Morgan, H.; Habbal, S. R. (2007-04-03)
    Fan streamers are often observed at low to mid latitudes in the corona at solar maximum, appearing narrow in latitudinal extent near the Sun, and fanning out with height, adopting an approximately linear, but not necessarily ...
  • Cook, A. C. (2011-03-07)
    This abstract investigates whether there is an obvious correlation between transient lunar phenomena and Earth tides on the Moon, as has been claimed in past publications. Aristarchus Crater observations are used in this study.
  • Köstler, Claus Michael; Gohm, Rolf (2012-11-07)
    This is an introductory paper about our recent merge of a noncommutative de Finetti type result with representations of the infinite braid and symmetric group which allows to derive factorization properties from symmetries. ...
  • Gohm, Rolf (Springer Basel, 2012-11-07)
    To a pair of subspaces wandering with respect to a row isometry we associate a transfer function which in general is multi-Toeplitz and in interesting special cases is multi-analytic. Then we describe in an expository way ...
  • Dey, Santanu; Gohm, Rolf (2011-10-31)
    We introduce characteristic functions for certain contractive liftings of row contractions. These are multi-analytic operators which classify the liftings up to unitary equivalence and provide a kind of functional model. ...
  • Gohm, Rolf (2010-04-01)
    We study a model of repeated interaction between quantum systems which can be thought of as a non-commutative Markov chain. It is shown that there exists an outgoing Cuntz scattering system associated to this model which ...
  • Gohm, Rolf; Köstler, Claus Michael (2009-07-01)
    We introduce `braidability' as a new symmetry for (infinite) sequences of noncommutative random variables related to representations of the braid group $B_\infty$. It provides an extension of exchangeability which is tied ...
  • Gough, John E.; Sobolev, Adrei (2005-09)
    We establish a quantum functional central limit for the dynamics of a system coupled to a Fermionic bath with a general interaction linear in the creation, annihilation and scattering of the bath reservoir. Following a ...
  • Gough, John Edward (2005)
    We construct a transformation between Bose Fock space and Fermi Fock space that is super-symmetric in the sense that it converts Boson fields into Fermi fields over a fixed one-particle space h. The transformation the ...
  • Gough, John E.; Sobolev, Andrei (2004-09)
    We consider an open model possessing a Markovian quantum stochastic limit and derive the limit stochastic Schrodinger equations for the wave function conditioned on indirect observations using only the von Neumann projection ...
  • Obreskov, Oleg; Smolyanov, Oleg; Gough, John E. (2005)
    In this paper, we consider stochastic Schrödinger equations with twodimensional white noise. Such equations are used to describe the evolution of an open quantum system undergoing a process of continuous measurement. ...
  • Gough, John Edward; Gohm, Rolf; Yanagisawa, Masahiro (2008-12-08)
    The mathematical theory of quantum feedback networks has recently been developed [J. Gough and M. R. James, e-print arXiv:0804.3442v2] for general open quantum dynamical systems interacting with bosonic input fields. In ...
  • Gough, John Edward (2008-11-07)
    We show that it is possible to construct closed quantum systems governed by a bilinear Hamiltonian depending on an arbitrary input signal. This is achieved by coupling the system to a quantum input field and performing a ...
  • Gough, John Edward; James, M. R. (2009-05-01)
    A quantum network is an open system consisting of several component Markovian input-output subsystems interconnected by boson field channels carrying quantum stochastic signals. Generalizing the work of Chebotarev and ...
  • Cook, Anthony; Gibbens, M. J. (IEEE, 2006)
    We investigate the use of statistical shape measures for segmented image regions to construct taxonomies of visual similarity. It is demonstrated that without the use of a priori knowledge, cluster analysis can be used to ...
  • Chase, Thomas Robert; Evans, D. A.; Langstaff, David; Bushell, A. (2005-08)
    In electron spectroscopy, multi-channel detection combined with intense radiation sources provides the optimum experimental configuration. Building on the 5 mm, 192-channel ion detector developed at Aberystwyth, longer ...
  • Hamilton, B.; Poolton, Nigel; Evans, D. A. (2005-04)
    The potential for synchrotron–laser pump–probe luminescence measurements to provide a direct link between the chemical/structural properties of light emitting wide band-gap solids and optically active electronic trapping ...
  • Schultz, R. A.; Watters, T. R.; Cook, Anthony; Robinson, M. S. (2002-06)
    Insight into the mechanical and thermal structure of Mercury's early lithosphere has been obtained from forward modeling of the largest lobate scarp known on the planet. Our modeling indicates the structure overlies a ...
  • Greaves, George; Hennet, L.; Jenkins, T. E.; Landron, C. (2001)
    The neutron scattering structure factor SN(Q) for a 40 mg drop of molten alumina ( Al2O3) held at 2500 K, using a laser-heated aerodynamic levitation furnace, is measured for the first time. A 1700 atom model of liquid ...
  • Noakes, T. C. Q.; Bailey, P.; Jenkins, Tudor; Hayton, D. J. (2002-06)
    Medium energy ion scattering, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy and spectroscopic ellipsometry measurements have been performed on thermally grown SiO2 layers on 4H silicon carbide. The data suggest the presence of ...

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