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Wronskian Addition Formula and Darboux-Pöschl-Teller Potentials

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For the famous Darboux-Pöschl-Teller equation, we present new wronskian representation both for the potential and the related eigenfunctions. The simplest application of this new formula is the explicit description of dynamics of the DPT potentials and the action of the KdV hierarchy. The key point of the proof is some evaluation formulas for sp...

For the famous Darboux-Pöschl-Teller equation, we present new wronskian representation both for the potential and the related eigenfunctions. The simplest application of this new formula is the explicit description of dynamics of the DPT potentials and the action of the KdV hierarchy. The key point of the proof is some evaluation formulas for special wronskian determinant. Minimize

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Journal of Mathematics

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2013

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Research Article

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Copyright © 2013 Pierre Gaillard and Vladimir Matveev.

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Jacobi vector fields of integrable geodesic flows

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We show that an invariant surface allows to construct the Jacobi vector field along a geodesic and construct the formula for the normal component of the Jacobi field. If a geodesic is the transversal intersection of two invariant surfaces (such situation we have, for example, if the geodesic is hyperbolic), then we can construct a fundamental so...

We show that an invariant surface allows to construct the Jacobi vector field along a geodesic and construct the formula for the normal component of the Jacobi field. If a geodesic is the transversal intersection of two invariant surfaces (such situation we have, for example, if the geodesic is hyperbolic), then we can construct a fundamental solution of the the Jacobi-Hill equation ü = −K(u)u. This is done for quadratically integrable geodesic flows. §1. Introduction. 1.1. Definitions. Suppose G = (gij) is a Riemanian metric on a surface P 2, a curve γ: [a, b] → P 2 is a geodesic. We will assume that the parameter t ∈ [a, b] of the geodesic γ is natural or natural, multiplied by a constant. Minimize

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2012-12-05

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http://arxiv.org/pdf/dg-ga/9712017v1.pdf

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Quadratically integrable geodesic flows on the torus and on the Klein bottle

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1. If the geodesic flow of a metric G on the torus T 2 is quadratically integrable then the torus T 2 isometrically covers a torus with a Liouville metric on it. 2. The set of quadratically integrable geodesic flows on the Klein bottle is described. x1. Introduction Let M 2 be a smooth close surface with a Riemannian metric G on it. The metric a...

1. If the geodesic flow of a metric G on the torus T 2 is quadratically integrable then the torus T 2 isometrically covers a torus with a Liouville metric on it. 2. The set of quadratically integrable geodesic flows on the Klein bottle is described. x1. Introduction Let M 2 be a smooth close surface with a Riemannian metric G on it. The metric allows to canonically identify the tangent and the co-tangent bundles of the surface M 2 . Therefore we have a scalar product and a norm in every co-tangential plane. Definition 1 Hamiltonian system on the co-tangent plane with the Hamiltonian H def = jpj 2 is called the geodesic flow of the metric G. It is known that the trajectories of the geodesic flow project (under the natural projection ß, ß(x; p) def = x) in the geodesics. Definition 2 A geodesic flow is called integrable if it is integrable as the Hamiltonian system. That is there exists a function F : T M 2 ! R such that: ffl F is constant on the trajectories, ff. Minimize

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2009-04-11

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Competitive exclusion in Cladocera through elevated mortality of adults

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Abstract. The population dynamics of two cladocerans, Ceriodaphnia pulchella and Diaphanosoma brachyurum competing under laboratory conditions in lake water was analysed using cross-correlations. Both mixed and isolated populations of the two cladocerans showed delayed density-dependence in the death rates of juveniles and adults as well as in f...

Abstract. The population dynamics of two cladocerans, Ceriodaphnia pulchella and Diaphanosoma brachyurum competing under laboratory conditions in lake water was analysed using cross-correlations. Both mixed and isolated populations of the two cladocerans showed delayed density-dependence in the death rates of juveniles and adults as well as in fecundity rate. The regressions for each of the three rates on total density of competitors were compared between the two species. There were no significant differences in the slopes of regressions for fecundity rates and the death rates of juveniles. However, in the inferior competitor (Diaphanosoma) which went extinct in all treatments, the death rate of adults increased with total density much more quickly than in the superior competitor (Ceriodaphnia). The intraspecific comparisons indicated that while Cerio-daphnia adults survived better than juveniles under conditions of crowding, in Diaphanosoma, juveniles were better survivors than adults. These data suggest that the contention of higher vulnerability of cladoceran juveniles than adults to starvation and crowding may prove to be not a universal phenomenon. Minimize

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2015-01-16

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Jacobi Vector Fields of Integrable Geodesic Flows

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We show that an invariant surface allows to construct the Jacobi vector field along a geodesic and construct the formula for the normal component of the Jacobi field. If a geodesic is the transversal intersection of two invariant surfaces (such situation we have, for example, if the geodesic is hyperbolic), then we can construct a fundamental so...

We show that an invariant surface allows to construct the Jacobi vector field along a geodesic and construct the formula for the normal component of the Jacobi field. If a geodesic is the transversal intersection of two invariant surfaces (such situation we have, for example, if the geodesic is hyperbolic), then we can construct a fundamental solution of the the Jacobi-Hill equation u = \GammaK (u)u. This is done for quadratically integrable geodesic flows. x1. Introduction. 1.1. Definitions. Suppose G = (g ij ) is a Riemanian metric on a surface P 2 , a curve fl : [a; b] ! P 2 is a geodesic. We will assume that the parameter t 2 [a; b] of the geodesic fl is natural or natural, multiplied by a constant. Definition 1 Geodesic variation of a geodesic fl is called the smooth mapping \Gamma : [\Gamma"; "] \Theta [a; b] ! P 2 such that 1) for any fixed s 0 2 [\Gammaffl; ffl] the curve \Gamma(s 0 ; t) : [a; b] ! P 2 (as the curve of parameter t 2 [a; b]) is a geodesic, 2) fo. Minimize

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2009-04-13

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http://www-nonlinear.physik.uni-bremen.de/nlp/publications/./matveev/CON_ENG/CON_ENG.ps.gz

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en

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516 Geometry *(computed)*

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integrable geodesic flows on the torus and on the Klein bottle

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2012-12-05

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http://arxiv.org/pdf/solv-int/9712019v1.pdf

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CHINA'S GAS POLICY IN CENTRAL ASIA

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The development of China's gas industry cannot be reviewed outside the context of the development problems that have arisen throughout its entire energy sphere. The growth of the Chinese economy in the midterm is largely related to the increase in the share of consumption of efficient energy resources-natural gas, oil, hydro-, and nuclear power,...

The development of China's gas industry cannot be reviewed outside the context of the development problems that have arisen throughout its entire energy sphere. The growth of the Chinese economy in the midterm is largely related to the increase in the share of consumption of efficient energy resources-natural gas, oil, hydro-, and nuclear power, although at present their share in the production structure of energy resources is relatively small. But drawing effective energy resources into circulation is fraught with a fair number of problems. At the present time, the high rates of growth in the Chinese economy are not sustained by corresponding development in the fuel and energy complex. The PRC is increasingly becoming a net importer of energy resources. Over time, the shortage of energy resources will only rise, and meeting the needs of the national economy for them in full measure will become one of the active factors in the state's foreign policy strategy. A key facet of China's energy diplomacy is stable and guaranteed provision of the country's needs for highly efficient energy resources, meaning oil and natural gas. Due to the PRC's extensive involvement in the globalization processes, significant attention should be given to such external factors of world energy market movement as a change in the geopolitical situation and the related increase in political risks and instability in hydrocarbon production, increase in world prices for oil and gas, greater state participation in world energy resource trade, and so on. Minimize

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Central Asia & Central Caucasus Press AB

Year of Publication:

2008

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CHINA,CHINA''S ENERGY DIPLOMACY,CENTRAL ASIA,RUSSIA,PETROCHINA,SINOPEC,CNOOC

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Lichnerowicz-Obata conjecture in dimension two

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2005

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Lichnerowicz-Obata conjecture in dimension two

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Birkhäuser

Year of Publication:

2005

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Commentarii Mathematici Helvetici ; 1458917-5 ; 0010-2571 ; 80 ; 2005 ; 541

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Native aggregation as a cause of origin of temporary cellular structures needed for all forms of cellular activity, signaling and transformations

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Abstract According to the hypothesis explored in this paper, native aggregation is genetically controlled (programmed) reversible aggregation that occurs when interacting proteins form new temporary structures through highly specific interactions. It is assumed that Anfinsen's dogma may be extended to protein aggregation: composition and amino a...

Abstract According to the hypothesis explored in this paper, native aggregation is genetically controlled (programmed) reversible aggregation that occurs when interacting proteins form new temporary structures through highly specific interactions. It is assumed that Anfinsen's dogma may be extended to protein aggregation: composition and amino acid sequence determine not only the secondary and tertiary structure of single protein, but also the structure of protein aggregates (associates). Cell function is considered as a transition between two states (two states model), the resting state and state of activity (this applies to the cell as a whole and to its individual structures). In the resting state, the key proteins are found in the following inactive forms: natively unfolded and globular. When the cell is activated, secondary structures appear in natively unfolded proteins (including unfolded regions in other proteins), and globular proteins begin to melt and their secondary structures become available for interaction with the secondary structures of other proteins. These temporary secondary structures provide a means for highly specific interactions between proteins. As a result, native aggregation creates temporary structures necessary for cell activity. "One of the principal objects of theoretical research in any department of knowledge is to find the point of view from which the subject appears in its greatest simplicity." Josiah Willard Gibbs (1839-1903) Minimize

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BioMed Central Ltd.

Year of Publication:

2010-06-09

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Review

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en

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612 Human physiology *(computed)*

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Copyright 2010 Matveev; licensee BioMed Central Ltd.

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