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This is a list of lowercase non-hyphenated single words, lacking English entries in the English Wiktionary as of the most recent database dump, found in the abstracts of the articles posted in the past day on arXiv.

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Reviewed 616 abstracts, which contained a total of 84134 lowercase non-hyphenated words, of which 6358 were unique.

2016-05-25[edit]

  1. antidirected
    • 2016, Jorgen Bang-Jensen, Stephane Bessy, Bill Jackson, Matthias Kriesell, “Antistrong digraphs”, in arXiv[1]:
      A digraph <math>D</math> is antistrong if it contains an antidirected <math>(x,y)</math>-trail starting and ending with a forward arc for every choice of <math>x,y\in V(D)</math>.
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  2. antistrong
    • 2016, Jorgen Bang-Jensen, Stephane Bessy, Bill Jackson, Matthias Kriesell, “Antistrong digraphs”, in arXiv[2]:
      Finally, we study arc-decompositions of antistrong digraphs and pose several problems and conjectures..
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  3. biquotients - 1 links
    • 2016, Jason DeVito, “Rationally <math>4</math>-periodic biquotients”, in arXiv[3]:
      We classify all compact simply connected biquotients which are rationally <math>4</math>-periodic up to diffeomorphism.
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  4. contramodules - 2 links
    • 2016, Leonid Positselski, “Triangulated Matlis equivalence”, in arXiv[4]:
      We extend the classical Harrison-Matlis module category equivalences to a triangulated equivalence between the derived categories of the abelian categories of torsion modules and contramodules over a Matlis domain.
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  5. depaired
    • 2016, Alireza Akbari, Peter Thalmeier, “Momentum space imaging of the FFLO state”, in arXiv[5]:
      We show that the characteristic depaired Fermi surface parts appear as a fingerprint in the QPI spectrum of the FFLO phase and we demonstrate its evolution with field strength.
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  6. detectivity - 4 links
    • 2016, Seong Bin Lim, Chan Hyuk Ji, Ki Tae Kim, Se Young Oh, “Dark Current Reduction of P3HT-Based Organic Photodiode Using a Ytterbium Fluoride Buffer Layer in Electron Transport”, in arXiv[6]:
      The OPD was analyzed for its optical-electrical measurements, including J-V characteristics, detectivity and dynamic characteristics.
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  7. deuteronated
    • 2016, Mridusmita Buragohain, Amit Pathak, Peter Sarre, Takashi Onaka, Itsuki Sakon, “Mid-infrared vibrational study of deuterium-containing PAH variants”, in arXiv[7]:
      These include deuterated ovalene, cationic deuterated ovalene, deuteronated ovalene and deuterated-deuteronated ovalene.
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  8. eigenoperator - 3 links
    • 2016, Juergen A. Dietz, Tim R. Morris, Zoe H. Slade, “Fixed point structure of the conformal factor field in quantum gravity”, in arXiv[8]:
      This sign change is shown to have a profound effect on the renormalization group properties, broadly resulting in a continuum of fixed points supporting both a discrete and a continuous eigenoperator spectrum, the latter always including relevant directions.
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  9. epimorphicity
    • 2016, Michel Brion, “Epimorphic subgroups of algebraic groups”, in arXiv[9]:
      We also obtain epimorphicity criteria for subgroups of affine algebraic groups, which generalize a result of Bien and Borel..
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  10. expectile - 2 links
    • 2016, Mauro Bernardi, Valeria Bignozzi, Lea Petrella, “On the Lp-quantiles for the Student t distribution”, in arXiv[10]:
      In his paper Koenker (1993) showed that the tau quantile and the tau expectile coincide for every tau in (0,1) for a class of rescaled Student t distributions with two degrees of freedom.
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  11. expectiles - 3 links
    • 2016, Mauro Bernardi, Valeria Bignozzi, Lea Petrella, “On the Lp-quantiles for the Student t distribution”, in arXiv[11]:
      For p=1 and p=2 they correspond respectively to the quantiles and the expectiles.
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  12. hypervariables
    • 2016, A.Lawrence, A.G.Bruce, C.MacLeod, S.Gezari, M.Elvis, M.Ward, S.J.Smartt, K.W.Smith, D.Wright, M.Fraser, P.Marshall, N.Kaiser, W.Burgett, E.Magnier, J.Tonry, K.Chambers, R.Wainscoat, C.Waters, P.Price, N.Metcalfe, S.Valenti, R.Kotak, A.Mead, C.Inserra, T.W.Chen, A.Soderberg, “Slow blue nuclear hypervariables in PanSTARRS-1”, in arXiv[12]:
      We discuss several possible explanations for these slow blue hypervariables - (i) unusually luminous tidal disruption events, (ii) extinction events, (iii) changes in accretion state, and (iv) large amplitude microlensing by stars in foreground galaxies.
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  13. intersective - 2 links
    • 2016, Joachim König, “On intersective polynomials with non-solvable Galois group”, in arXiv[13]:
      We also compute explicit families of intersective polynomials for certain non-solvable groups..
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  14. isochronicity - 1 links
    • 2016, Jacky Cresson, Jordy Palafox, “Isochronous centers of polynomial Hamiltonian systems and a conjecture of Jarque and Villadelprat”, in arXiv[14]:
      Using the correction of a vector field to characterize isochronicity and explicit computations of this quantity for polynomial vector fields, wa are able to describe a very large class of nonisochronous Hamiltonian system of even degree of degree arbitrary large.
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  15. maxmin
    • 2016, Edon Kelmendi, Hugo Gimbert, “Deciding Maxmin Reachability in Half-Blind Stochastic Games”, in arXiv[15]:
      We ask the question of whether the game has maxmin 1, in other words we ask whether for all <math>\epsilon>0</math> there exists a deterministic strategy for the (blind) maximizer such that against all the strategies of the minimizer, it is possible to reach the set of final states with probability larger than <math>1-\epsilon</math>.
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  16. micromorphic - 7 links
    • 2016, Patrizio Neff, Angela Madeo, Gabriele Barbagallo, Marco Valerio d'Agostino, Rafael Abreu, Ionel-Dumitrel Ghiba, “Real wave propagation in the isotropic relaxed micromorphic model”, in arXiv[16]:
      For the recently introduced isotropic relaxed micromorphic generalized continuum model, we show that under the assumption of positive definite energy, planar harmonic waves have real velocity.
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  17. minicalorimeter
    • 2016, M. Marisaldi, A. Argan, A. Ursi, T. Gjesteland, F. Fuschino, C. Labanti, M. Galli, M. Tavani, C. Pittori, F. Verrecchia, F. D'Amico, N. Østgaard, S. Mereghetti, R. Campana, P.W. Cattaneo, A. Bulgarelli, S. Colafrancesco, S. Dietrich, F. Longo, F. Gianotti, P. Giommi, A. Rappoldi, M. Trifoglio, A. Trois, “Enhanced detection of terrestrial gamma-ray flashes by AGILE”, in arXiv[17]:
      At the end of March 2015 the onboard software configuration of the AGILE satellite was modified in order to disable the veto signal of the anticoincidence shield for the minicalorimeter instrument.
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  18. multicaloric - 1 links
    • 2016, Hana Ursic, Vid Bobnar, Barbara Malic, Cene Filipic, Marko Vrabelj, Silvo Drnovsek, Younghun Jo, Magdalena Wencka, Zdravko Kutnjak, “A multicaloric material as a link between electrocaloric and magnetocaloric refrigeration”, in arXiv[18]:
      The material allows a multicaloric cooling mode or a separate caloric-modes operation depending on the origin of the external field and the temperature at which the field is applied..
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  19. multidifferentials
    • 2016, Petr Dunin-Barkowski, Paul Norbury, Nicolas Orantin, Alexandr Popolitov, Sergey Shadrin, “Primary invariants of Hurwitz Frobenius manifolds”, in arXiv[19]:
      The multidifferentials are obtained via the topological recursion procedure..
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  20. nanoprinting
    • 2016, Hou-Tong Chen, Antoinette J Taylor, Nanfang Yu, “A review of metasurfaces: physics and applications”, in arXiv[20]:
      Planar metamaterials with subwavelength thickness, or metasurfaces, consisting of single-layer or few-layer stacks of planar structures, can be readily fabricated using lithography and nanoprinting methods, and the ultrathin thickness in the wave propagation direction can greatly suppress the undesirable losses.
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  21. narrowfield
    • 2016, Adam J.M. Wollman, Mark C. Leake, “Single molecule narrowfield microscopy of protein-DNA binding dynamics in glucose signal transduction of live yeast cells”, in arXiv[21]:
      Single-molecule narrowfield microscopy is a versatile tool to investigate a diverse range of protein dynamics in live cells and has been extensively used in bacteria.
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  22. quasilocalized
    • 2016, Giuseppe De Tomasi, Sthitadhi Roy, Soumya Bera, “Generalized Dyson model: nature of zero mode and its implication in dynamics”, in arXiv[22]:
      By analytically calculating the localization length for a finite system, we show that correlations in the disorder modify the spatial decay of the <math>{{{1}}}</math> state from being quasilocalized to extended.
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  23. semidihedral
    • 2016, Alexander Zimmermann, “Külshammer ideals of algebras of quaternion type”, in arXiv[23]:
      In previous joint work with Holm we used K\"ulshammer ideals to distinguish classes with respect to these parameters in case of algebras of dihedral and semidihedral type.
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  24. smartrouter
    • 2016, Ming Ma, Zhi Wang, Ke Su, Lifeng Sun, “Understanding Content Placement Strategies in Smartrouter-based Peer CDN for Video Streaming”, in arXiv[24]:
      In our measurement studies, 104K videos were investigated and 4TB traffic has been analyzed, over controlled smartrouter nodes and players.
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  25. smartrouters
    • 2016, Ming Ma, Zhi Wang, Ke Su, Lifeng Sun, “Understanding Content Placement Strategies in Smartrouter-based Peer CDN for Video Streaming”, in arXiv[25]:
      This new paradigm is different from the conventional peer-to-peer (P2P) approach, because millions of dedicated smartrouters are operated by the centralized video service providers in a coordinative manner.
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  26. steganalyzer
    • 2016, Jean-François Couchot, Raphaël Couturier, Christophe Guyeux, Michel Salomon, “Steganalysis via a Convolutional Neural Network using Large Convolution Filters”, in arXiv[26]:
      In this article, we design a CNN-based steganalyzer which is quite different from the previous study of {\em Quian et al.} and its successor, namely {\em Pibre et al.} The proposed architecture embeds less convolutions, with much larger filters in the final convolutional layer, and is more general: it is able to deal with larger images and lower payloads.
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  27. steganalyzers
    • 2016, Jean-François Couchot, Raphaël Couturier, Christophe Guyeux, Michel Salomon, “Steganalysis via a Convolutional Neural Network using Large Convolution Filters”, in arXiv[27]:
      Our proposal outperforms all other steganalyzers, in particular the existing CNN-based ones, and defeats many state-of-the-art image steganography schemes.
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  28. vierbein - 2 links
    • 104034 (2016), Gabriel Farrugia, Jackson Levi Said, Matteo Luca Ruggiero, “Solar System tests in <math>f(T)</math> gravity”, in Phys. Rev. D[28], volume 104034:
      D 91, 104014 (2015), for a nondiagonal vierbein field for a polynomial <math>{{{1}}}</math>, where <math>\alpha</math> is a constant and <math></math>.
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  29. yitterbium
    • 2016, Seong Bin Lim, Chan Hyuk Ji, Ki Tae Kim, Se Young Oh, “Dark Current Reduction of P3HT-Based Organic Photodiode Using a Ytterbium Fluoride Buffer Layer in Electron Transport”, in arXiv[29]:
      In the OPD, a yitterbium fluoride (YbF3) buffer layer was used as the electron transport layer.
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