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Background: Omics data can be very informative in survival analysis and may improve the prognostic ability of classical models based on clinical risk factors for various diseases, for example breast cancer. Recent research ...

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Water wave attenuation by grease ice is a key mechanism for the polar regions, as waves in ice influence many phenomena such as ice drift, ice breaking and ice formation. However, the models presented so far in the literature ...

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Appendages of seeds, fruits and other diaspores (dispersal units) are essential for their wind dispersal, as they act as wings and enable them to fly. Whirling fruits generate an auto-gyrating motion from their sepals, a ...

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We present the first application of an Artificial Neural Network trained through a Deep Reinforcement Learning agent to perform active flow control. It is shown that, in a 2D simulation of the Kármán vortex street at ...

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Let A be an n × n (0, ∗)-matrix, so each entry is 0 or ∗. An A-interval matrix is a (0, 1)-matrix obtained from A by choosing some ∗’s so that in every interval of consecutive ∗’s, in a row or column of A, exactly one ∗ ...

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We prove some fundamental results like localization, excision, Nisnevich descent, and the regular blow-up formula for the algebraic K-theory of certain stack quotients of schemes with affine group scheme actions. We show ...

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We investigate the Smith Normal Form (SNF) of alternating sign matrices (ASMs) and related matrices of 0’s and 1’s ((0, 1)-matrices). We identify certain classes of ASMs and (0, 1)-matrices whose SNFs are (0, 1)-matrices. ...

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In this paper we show that, with respect to the L2 norm, three classes of functions in Hr(0,1) , defined by certain boundary conditions, admit optimal spline spaces of all degrees ≥r−1 , and all these spline spaces ...

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The classical maximum principle for optimal stochastic control states that if a control û is optimal, then the corresponding Hamiltonian has a maximum at u=û. The first proofs for this result assumed that the control did ...

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Background
Using high-dimensional penalized regression we studied genome-wide DNA-methylation in bone biopsies of 80 postmenopausal women in relation to their bone mineral density (BMD). The women showed ...

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We develop a theory of crossed products by actions of Hecke pairs (G, Γ), motivated by applications in non-abelian C ∗ -duality. Our approach gives back the usual crossed product construction whenever G/Γ is a group and ...

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In biomedical research, boosting-based regression approaches have gained much attention in the last decade. Their intrinsic variable selection procedure and ability to shrink the estimates of the regression coefficients ...

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Given a finite-dimensional Hilbert space H and a collection of operators between its tensor powers satisfying certain properties, we give a short proof of the existence of a compact quantum group G with a fundamental ...

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Aims
To the best of our knowledge, there are no systematic reviews or meta‐analyses that compare rasagiline, selegiline and safinamide. Therefore, we aimed to perform a drug class review comparing all available monoamine ...

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Modulational instability is an efficient mechanism for the generation of rogue waves in the limit of narrow-banded and long-crested wave fields. While such wave fields are easily achieved in laboratories, there appears to ...

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Multivalency achieves strong, yet reversible binding by the simultaneous formation of multiple weak bonds. It is a key interaction principle in biology and promising for the synthesis of high-affinity inhibitors of pathogens. ...

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In this paper, we study strongly robust optimal control problems under volatility uncertainty. In the G-framework, we adapt the stochastic maximum principle to find necessary and sufficient conditions for the existence of ...

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Stratified air-water flow in a horizontal pipe is investigated experimentally using particle image velocimetry and conductance probes. This flow regime is characterized by a complex interplay between a turbulent airflow ...

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This study comprises the analysis and the interpretation of the coherent and the noncoherent parts of a coherent-on-receive microwave radar at grazing incidence conditions. The Doppler measurement is an extension of standard ...

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In this paper, we study the dynamics of a certain Hodgkin-Huxley model describing the action potential (AP) of a cardiac muscle cell for a better understanding of the occurrence of a special type of cardiac arrhythmia, the ...

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Slippery runways represent a significant risk to aircrafts especially during the winter season. In order to apply the appropriate braking action, the pilots need reliable information about the runway conditions. Unfortunately ...

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We use Matsui and Takeuchi's formula for toric A-discriminants to give algorithms for computing local Euler obstructions and dual degrees of toric surfaces and 3-folds. In particular, we consider weighted projective spaces. ...

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We prove uniqueness of representations of Nica–Toeplitz algebras associated to product systems of C∗-correspondences over right LCM semigroups by applying our previous abstract uniqueness results developed for C∗-precategories. ...

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We study the Whitehead torsion of inertial h-cobordisms, continuing an investigation started in [12]. Of particular interest is a nested sequence of subsets of the Whitehead group, and a number of examples are given to ...

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Wave statistical properties and occurrence of extreme and rogue waves in crossing sea states are investigated. Compared to previous studies a more extensive set of crossing sea states are investigated, both with respect ...

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Powersum varieties, also called varieties of sums of powers, have provided examples of interesting relations between varieties since their first appearance in the 19th century. One of the most useful tools to study them ...

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Extreme wave statistics of unidirectional and counter-propagating seas are investigated, for the special case of long-crested irregular waves, with laboratory experiments and with numerical simulations using the higher ...

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The main idea of this paper is to use the notion of buffered failure probability from probabilistic structural design, first introduced by Rockafellar & Royset (2010), to introduce buffered environmental contours. Classical ...

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The potential and density wake behind a finite-sized object in a magnetized collisionless plasma flow is studied with self-consistent numerical simulations. With increasing magnetization of the plasma, the standard picture ...

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If a number of candidate variables are available, variable selection is a key task aiming to identify those candidates which influence the outcome of interest. Methods as backward elimination, forward selection, etc. are ...

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Knowledge about how information is stored in neurons of animals and in the human brain is still incomplete. A hypothesis related to long-term changes in synaptic efficiency has strong experimental support, but does not ...

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Most of today’s Machine Learning (ML) methods and implementations are based on correlations, in the sense of a statistical relationship between a set of inputs and the output(s) under inves- tigation. The relationship might ...

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We analyze the relation between completely positive (CP) divisibility and the lack of information backflow for an arbitrary—not necessarily invertible—dynamical map. It is well known that CP divisibility always implies a ...

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We identify a number of decidable and undecidable fragments of first-order concatenation theory. We also give a purely universal axiomatization which is complete for the fragments we identify. Furthermore, we prove some ...

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Two-phase dispersed and slug flows in a pipe are investigated using proper orthogonal decomposition (POD). The data are acquired through tomographic reconstruction of X-ray measurements, where holdup, cross-sectional phase ...

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The properties of directional distributions in ocean wave spectra are studied, with an emphasis on sea states with bimodal directional distributions in the high-frequency tails of single-peaked wave systems. A peak-splitting ...

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We consider systems with memory represented by stochastic functional differential equations. Substantially, these are stochastic differential equations with coefficients depending on the past history of the process itself. ...

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The final publication is available at IOS Press through http://dx.doi.org/10.3233/COM-170081

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Computational models of cardiac mechanics, personalized to a patient, offer access to mechanical information above and beyond direct medical imaging. Additionally, such models can be used to optimize and plan therapies ...

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The spatial and temporal development of shear-induced overturning billows associated with breaking internal solitary waves is studied by means of a combined laboratory and numerical investigation. The waves are generated ...

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We study the problem of convergence to the boundary in the setting of random walks on discrete quantum groups. Convergence to the boundary is established for random walks on SU\q(2). Furthermore, we will define the Martin ...

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The air-sea gas transfer velocity k is frequently estimated as an empirical function of wind speed. However, it is widely recognized that k depends on processes other than wind speed alone. The small-eddy model, which ...

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We show that a cubic fourfold F that is apolar to a Veronese surface has the property that its variety of power sums V SP ( F, 10) is singular along a K 3 surface of genus 20 which is the variety of power sums of a sextic ...

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We study the problem of optimal insider control of an SPDE (a stochastic evolution equation) driven by a Brownian motion and a Poisson random measure. Our optimal control problem is new in two ways:
- The controller has ...

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Waves propagating below drift ice were observed in the North-West Barents Sea. In-situ measurements of ice and water characteristics were performed with the equipment deployed on the ice and in the water below the ice ...

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Influential points can cause severe problems when deriving a multivariable regression model. A novel approach to check for such points is proposed, based on the variable inclusion matrix, a simple way to summarize results ...

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Given a discrete quantum group H with a finite normal quantum subgroup G, we show that any positive, possibly unbounded, harmonic function on H with respect to an irreducible invariant random walk is G-invariant. This ...

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Background: Recent large-scale undertakings such as ENCODE and Roadmap Epigenomics have generated experimental data mapped to the human reference genome (as genomic tracks) representing a variety of functional elements ...

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We prove that all moment varieties of univariate Gaussian mixtures have the expected dimension. Our approach rests on intersection theory and Terracini’s classification of defective surfaces. The analogous identifiability ...

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Wind field ensembles from six CMIP5 models force wave model time slices of the northeast Atlantic over the last three decades of the 20th and the 21st centuries. The future wave climate is investigated by considering the ...

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We prove a version of Onsager’s conjecture on the conservation of energy for the incompressible Euler equations in the context of statistical solutions, as introduced recently by Fjordholm et al. (2017). As a byproduct, ...

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We construct 2D and 3D finite element de Rham sequences of arbitrary polynomial degrees with extra smoothness. Some of these elements have nodal degrees of freedom and can be considered as generalisations of scalar Hermite ...

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In this paper, we propose a new multivariate model for the dynamics of regional ocean freight rates. We show that a cointegrated system of regional spot freight rates can be decomposed into a common non-stationary market ...

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-stability for entropy solutions of nonlinear degenerate parabolic convection–diffusion equations with discontinuous coefficients, Skr. K. Nor. Vidensk. Selsk. 3 (2003) 1–49], singles out the vanishing viscosity solution ...

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In this paper, we study a second-order, nonlinear evolution equation with damping arising in elastodynamics. The nonlinear term is monotone and possesses a convex potential but exhibits anisotropic and nonpolynomial growth. ...

Distinct DNA methylation profiles in bone and blood of osteoporotic and healthy postmenopausal women

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DNA methylation affects expression of associated genes and may contribute to the missing genetic effects from genome-wide association studies of osteoporosis. To improve insight into the mechanisms of postmenopausal ...

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Knowledge about how many fish that have been killed due to bycatch is an important aspect of ensuring a sustainable ecosystem and fishery. We introduce a Bayesian spatio-temporal prediction method for historical bycatch ...

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We use representation theory and Bott’s theorem to show vanishing of higher cotangent cohomology modules for the homogeneous coordinate ring of Grassmannians in the Plücker embedding. As a by-product, we answer a question ...

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This article studies singular mean field control problems and singular mean field two-players stochastic differential games. Both sufficient and necessary conditions for the optimal controls and for the Nash equilibrium ...

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It is argued that the accuracy of risk aggregation in Solvency II can be improved by updating skewness recursively. A simple scheme based on the log-normal distribution is developed and shown to be superior to the standard ...

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As modern biotechnologies advance, it has become increasingly frequent that different modalities of high-dimensional molecular data (termed “omics” data in this paper), such as gene expression, methylation, and copy number, ...

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We show that the Cuntz splice induces stably isomorphic graph C∗-algebras. This result is a key step towards the recent complete classification of unital graph C∗-algebras both with respect to K-theoretical classification ...

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By a memory mean-field process we mean the solution X(\cdot ) of a stochastic mean-field equation involving not just the current state X(t) and its law \mathcal {L}(X(t)) at time t, but also the state values X(s) and its ...

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In this paper we establish the unisolvence of any interlacing pair of rectangular grids of points with respect to a large class of associated polynomial spaces. This includes interpolation on Padua points and the schemes ...

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Intrathecal drug and gene vector delivery is a procedure to release a solute within the cerebrospinal fluid. This procedure is currently used in clinical practice and shows promise for treatment of several central nervous ...

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Given a rigid C∗ -tensor category C with simple unit and a probability measure µ on the set of isomorphism classes of its simple objects, we define the Poisson boundary of (C, µ). This is a new C∗ -tensor category P, ...

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We prove a version of Wordingham’s theorem for left regular representations in the setting of Fell bundles of inverse semigroups and use this result to discuss the various associated cross sectional C ∗ - algebras.
This ...

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In this paper we develop a Malliavin–Skorohod type calculus for additive processes in the L1 and L1 settings, extending the probabilistic interpretation of the Malliavin–Skorohod operators to this context. We prove calculus ...

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An alternating sign matrix , or ASM, is a (0,±1)(0,±1)-matrix where the nonzero entries in each row and column alternate in sign, and where each row and column sum is 1. We study the convex cone generated by ASMs of order ...

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In this paper we derive optimal subspaces for Kolmogorov nn-widths in the L2 norm with respect to sets of functions defined by kernels. This enables us to prove the existence of optimal spline subspaces of arbitrarily high ...

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The recent price coupling of many European electricity markets has triggered a fundamental change in the interaction of day-ahead prices, challenging additionally the modeling of the joint behavior of prices in interconnected ...

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We give recursive formulas for the generating elements in the Milnor basis of the mod 2 motivic Steenrod algebra.
This research was first published in the New York Journal of Mathematics © 2017

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The algebraic connectivity a(G) of a graph G is an important parameter, defined as the second smallest eigenvalue of the Laplacian matrix of G. If T is a tree, a(T) is closely related to the Perron values (spectral radius) ...

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A well-known application of Malliavin calculus in mathematical finance is the probabilistic representation of option price sensitivities, the so-called Greeks, as expectation functionals that do not involve the derivative ...

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We generalize a recent construction of Exel and Pardo, from discrete groups acting on finite directed graphs to locally compact groups acting on topological graphs. To each cocycle for such an action, we construct a ...

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Given an action α of a discrete group G on a unital C∗ -algebra A, we introduce a natural concept of α -negative definiteness for functions from G to A, and examine some of the first consequences of such a notion. ...

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For stochastic conservation laws driven by a semilinear noise term, we propose a generalization of the Kružkov entropy condition by allowing the Kružkov constants to be Malliavin differentiable random variables. Existence ...

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Versatile instruments assembled from off-the-shelf sensors and open-source electronics are used to record wave propagation and damping measured by Inertial Motion Units (IMUs) in a grease ice slick near the shore in ...

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Landslides are the second-most important cause of tsunamis after earthquakes, and their potential for generating large tsunamis depend on the slide process. Among the world's largest submarine landslides is the Storegga ...

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In this paper, we study weak solutions to the following nonlinear parabolic partial differential equation ∂tu−diva(x,t,∇u)+λ(|u|p(x,t)−2u)=0inΩT, where λ≥0 and ∂tu denote the partial derivative of u with respect to the ...

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The problem on identification of a limit of an ordinary differential equation with discontinuous drift that perturbed by a zero-noise is considered in multidimensional case. This problem is a classical subject of stochastic ...

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Background
We have previously reported a high incidence of colorectal cancer (CRC) in carriers of pathogenic MLH1 variants (path_MLH1) despite follow-up with colonoscopy including polypectomy.
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The Lagrangian paths, horizontal Lagrangian drift velocity, U L , and the Lagrangian excess period, T L − T 0 , where T L is the Lagrangian period and T 0 the Eulerian linear period, are obtained by ...

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Nocturnal low-level jets (LLJs) are defined as relative maxima in the vertical profile of the horizontal wind speed at the top of the stable boundary layer. Such peaks constitute major power resources for wind turbines. ...

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Compound events (CEs) are multivariate extreme events in which the individual contributing variables may not be extreme themselves, but their joint – dependent – occurrence causes an extreme impact. Conventional univariate ...

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We present a two-factor option-pricing model, which parsimoniously captures the difference in volatility persistences under the historical and risk-neutral probabilities. The model generates an S-shaped pricing kernel that ...

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In this paper, we are interested by advanced backward stochastic differential equations (ABSDEs), in a probability space equipped with a Brownian motion and a single jump process, with a jump at time τ. ABSDEs are BSDEs ...

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The variational heat equation is a nonlinear, parabolic equation not in divergence form that arises as a model for the dynamics of the director field in a nematic liquid crystal. We present a finite difference scheme for ...

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We study congruences of lines Xω defined by a sufficiently general choice of an alternating 3-form ω in n dimensions, as Fano manifolds of index 3 and dimension n-1. These congruences include the G2-variety for n=6 and the ...

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It has recently been demonstrated (Frauendiener and Hennig 2014 Class. Quantum Grav. 31 085010) that the conformally invariant wave equation on a Minkowski background can be solved with a fully pseudospectral numerical ...

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Should one rely on a parametric or nonparametric model when analysing a given data set? This classic question cannot be answered by traditional model selection criteria like AIC and BIC, since a nonparametric model has no ...

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We use assembly maps to study TC.AŒG I p/, the topological cyclic homology at a prime p of the group algebra of a discrete group G with coefficients in a connective ring spectrum A. For any finite group, we prove that the ...

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We study the concept of financial bubbles in a market model endowed with a set P of probability measures, typically mutually singular to each other. In this setting, we investigate a dynamic version of robust superreplication, ...

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The charging of a sounding rocket in subsonic and supersonic plasma flows with external magnetic field is studied with numerical particle‐in‐cell (PIC) simulations. A weakly magnetized plasma regime is considered that ...