# User:Visviva/arXiv 20160624

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Reviewed 523 abstracts, which contained a total of 69596 lowercase non-hyphenated words, of which 5927 were unique.

## 2016-06-24

1. bocses
• 2016, Rene Marczinzik, “A bocs theoretic characterization of gendo-symmetric algebras”, in arXiv[1]:
We also prove some new results about gendo-symmetric algebras using the theory of bocses..
2. expectimax - 1 links - cf. expectiminimax
• 2016, Kun-Hao Yeh, I-Chen Wu, Chu-Hsuan Hsueh, Chia-Chuan Chang, Chao-Chin Liang, Han Chiang, “Multi-Stage Temporal Difference Learning for 2048-like Games”, in arXiv[2]:
Namely, using 3-ply expectimax search, the program with MS-TD learning reached 32768-tiles with a rate of 18.31%, while the one with TD learning did not reach any.
• 2016, A. M. Martin, N. G. Marchant, D. H. J. O'Dell, N. G. Parker, “Vortices and vortex lattices in quantum ferrofluids”, in arXiv[3]:
The achievement of quantum-degenerate Bose gases composed of atoms with sizeable magnetic dipole moments has realized quantum ferrofluids, a form of fluid which combines the extraordinary properties of superfluidity and ferrofluidity.
• 2016, Zhi Yu, Ke Wang, Hong Ji, Xi Li, Heli Zhang, “Joint User Association and Downlink Beamforming for Green Cloud-RANs with Limited Fronthaul”, in arXiv[4]:
In this paper, we proposed a joint user association and downlink beamforming scheme for green C-RANs to minimize the network power consumption with the limited fronthaul links.
• 2016, Pudji Astuti, Harald K. Wimmer, “Hyperinvariant, characteristic and marked subspaces”, in Oper. Matrices[5], volume 261-270, pages 261-270:
If $K$ has more than two elements then each characteristic subspace is hyperinvariant..
• 2016, Stephen Lynch, Jon Borresen, “Bifurcation and Stability Analysis of Bistable Neuromodules”, in arXiv[6]:
This paper presents a stability analysis of simple neuromodules displaying fold bifurcations (leading to hysteresis), flip bifurcations (period doubling and undoubling to and from chaos) and Neimark-Sacker bifurcations (quasiperiodic and periodic bifurcations).
• 2016, S. Bose, S. Roy, R. Chattopadhyay, S. K. Bhadra, G.P. Agrawal, “Implications of a zero-nonlinearity wavelength in optical fibers doped with silver nanoparticles”, in arXiv[7]:
The existence of negative nonlinearity allows soliton formation even in the normaldispersion region of the fiber, and the ZNW acts as a barrier for the Raman-induced red shift of solitons..
• 2016, Sándor Tóth, Björn Wehinger, Katharina Rolfs, Turan Birol, Uwe Stuhr, Hiroshi Takatsu, Kenta Kimura, Tsuyoshi Kimura, Henrik M. Rønnow, Christian Rüegg, “Electromagnon dispersion probed by inelastic x-ray scattering”, in arXiv[8]:
We found electromagnon excitations and electric dipole active two-magnon excitations in the magnetically ordered phase and paraelectromagnons in the paramagnetic phase of LiCrO$_2$.
• 2016, Federico Venturelli, “Prehomogeneous tensor spaces”, in arXiv[9]:
We refine the classification of prehomogeneous vector spaces, provided by Sato-Kimura, in the case of tensor spaces, presenting a quick way to check whether a given tensor space is prehomogeneous or not..
• 2016, Berta Margalef-Bentabol, Christopher J. Conselice, Alice Mortlock, Will Hartley, Kenneth Duncan, Harry C. Ferguson, Anton M. Koekemoer, Avishai Dekel, Joel R. Primack, “The Formation of Bulges, Discs and Two Component Galaxies in the CANDELS Survey at z < 3”, in arXiv[10]:
This suggests that these systems are growing from the inside out, whilst the bulges or protobulges are in place early in the history of these galaxies.
• 2016, Alessandro Principi, Mikhail I. Katsnelson, Giovanni Vignale, “Edge pseudo-magnetoplasmons”, in arXiv[11]:
We show (i) that two charged counter-propagating acoustic edge modes exist at the boundary and (ii) that, in the limit of large pseudomagnetic fields, each of them involves oscillations of only one of the two electronic components.
• 2016, Jung Hoon Lee, “Reduction of bridge positions along a bridge disk”, in arXiv[12]:
We show that if a reduction of $K$ along $D$ yields an $(n-1)$-bridge position, then $K$ bounds a disk that contains $D$ as a subdisk and intersects $S$ in $n$ arcs..
• 2016, James Barnes, “On the decidability of the $Σ_2$ theories of the arithmetic and hyperarithmetic degrees as uppersemilattices”, in arXiv[13]:
This is achieved by using Kumabe-Slaman forcing - along with other known results - to show that given finite uppersemilattices $\mathcal{M$} and $\mathcal{N$}, where $\mathcal{M$} is a subuppersemilattice of $\mathcal{N$}, then for both degree structures, every embedding of $\mathcal{M$} into the structure extends to one of $\mathcal{N$} iff $\mathcal{N$} is an end-extension of $\mathcal{M$}..
• 2016, James Barnes, “On the decidability of the $Σ_2$ theories of the arithmetic and hyperarithmetic degrees as uppersemilattices”, in arXiv[16]:
This is achieved by using Kumabe-Slaman forcing - along with other known results - to show that given finite uppersemilattices $\mathcal{M$} and $\mathcal{N$}, where $\mathcal{M$} is a subuppersemilattice of $\mathcal{N$}, then for both degree structures, every embedding of $\mathcal{M$} into the structure extends to one of $\mathcal{N$} iff $\mathcal{N$} is an end-extension of $\mathcal{M$}..