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  • Parametrization of nuclear parton distributions

    Optimum nuclear parton distributions are obtained by analyzing available experimental data on electron and muon deep inelastic scattering (DIS). The distributions are given at Q^2=1 GeV^2 with a number of parameters, which are determined by a chi^2 analysis of the data. Valence-quark distributions are relatively well determined at medium x, but they are slightly dependent on the assumed parametrization form particularly at small x. Although antiquark distributions are shadowed at small x, the...

    Stability of Asynchronous Networked Control Systems with Probabilistic Clocks

    This paper studies the stability of sampled and networked control systems with sampling and communication times governed by probabilistic clocks. The clock models have few restrictions, and can be used to model numerous phenomena such as deterministic sampling, jitter, and transmission times of packet dropping networks. Moreover, the stability theory can be applied to an arbitrary number of clocks with different distributions, operating asynchronously. The paper gives Lyapunov-type sufficient...

    Alternating Projections and Douglas-Rachford for Sparse Affine Feasibility

    The problem of finding a vector with the fewest nonzero elements that satisfies an underdetermined system of linear equations is an NP-complete problem that is typically solved numerically via convex heuristics or nicely-behaved nonconvex relaxations. In this work we consider elementary methods based on projections for solving a sparse feasibility problem without employing convex heuristics. In a recent paper Bauschke, Luke, Phan and Wang (2014) showed that, locally, the fundamental method of...

    A mathematical model and inversion procedure for Magneto-Acousto-Electric Tomography (MAET)

    Magneto-Acousto-Electric Tomography (MAET), also known as the Lorentz force or Hall effect tomography, is a novel hybrid modality designed to be a high-resolution alternative to the unstable Electrical Impedance Tomography. In the present paper we analyze existing mathematical models of this method, and propose a general procedure for solving the inverse problem associated with MAET. It consists in applying to the data one of the algorithms of Thermo-Acoustic tomography, followed by solving t...

    On meromorphic functions without Julia directions

    It is proved that for any positive number $\lambda$, $1
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