Annales Henri Poincaré - Volume 10 by Vincent Rivasseau (Chief Editor)

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By Vincent Rivasseau (Chief Editor)

Articles during this volume:

1-17
On the Ultraviolet challenge for the 2nd Weakly Interacting Fermi Gas
Giuseppe Benfatto

19-34
Borchers’ Commutation family for Sectors with Braid team information in Low Dimensions
Jens Mund

35-60
Dispersion family within the Noncommutative three and Wess–Zumino version within the Yang–Feldman Formalism
Claus Döscher and Jochen Zahn

61-93
The impression of Time-Dependent Coupling on Non-Equilibrium regular States
Horia D. Cornean, Hagen Neidhardt and Valentin A. Zagrebnov

95-122
Sharp Asymptotics for the Neumann Laplacian with Variable Magnetic box: Case of size 2
Nicolas Raymond

123-143
Spectral and Scattering concept of Friedrichs types at the confident part Line with Hilbert–Schmidt Perturbations
Hellmut Baumgärtel

145-187
Mean-Field restrict and Semiclassical enlargement of a Quantum Particle System
Federica Pezzotti and Mario Pulvirenti

189-223
The hint formulation for Quantum Graphs with common Self Adjoint Boundary Conditions
Jens Bolte and Sebastian Endres

225-274
Dynamics of Bianchi variety I strategies of the Einstein Equations with Anisotropic Matter
Simone Calogero and J. Mark Heinzle

275-337
Convergent Null info Expansions at Space-Like Infinity of desk bound Vacuum Solutions
Andrés E. Aceña

339-356
Octonionic Twists for Supermembrane Matrix Models
Jens Hoppe, Douglas Lundholm and Maciej Trzetrzelewski

357-375
Unbounded Orbits for Semicircular Outer Billiard
Dmitry Dolgopyat and Bassam Fayad

377-394
On Confining Potentials and crucial Self-Adjointness for Schrödinger Operators on Bounded domain names in Rn
Gheorghe Nenciu and Irina Nenciu

395-414
A decrease sure at the First Spectral hole of Schrödinger Operators with Kato classification Measures
Hendrik Vogt

415-428
High Frequency Dispersive Estimates in size Two
Simon Moulin

429-451
Entropy and rot of Correlations for actual Analytic Semi-Flows
Frédéric Naud

453-484
A Space-Time Characterization of the Kerr–Newman Metric
Willie W. Wong

485-511
Scaling restrict for Subsystems and Doplicher–Roberts Reconstruction
Roberto Conti and Gerardo Morsella

513-548
Bethe Ansatz for the common Weight Function
Luc Frappat, Sergey Khoroshkin, Stanislav Pakuliak and Éric Ragoucy

549-571
Scattering at 0 strength for beautiful Homogeneous Potentials
Jan Dereziński and Erik Skibsted

573-575
A observe on Low power Scattering for Homogeneous Long-Range Potentials
Rupert L. Frank

577-621
Analytic Perturbation idea and Renormalization research of topic Coupled to Quantized Radiation
Marcel Griesemer and David G. Hasler

623-671
Regularity stipulations for Einstein’s Equations at Spatial Infinity
Juan Antonio Valiente Kroon

673-709
Multilinear Eigenfunction Estimates for the Harmonic Oscillator and the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation with the Harmonic Potential
Takafumi Akahori and Kenichi Ito

711-747
Weyl legislation for in part Open Quantum Maps
Emmanuel Schenck

749-771
Analyticity for a few Operator capabilities from Statistical Quantum Mechanics
Kurt Hoke, Hans-Christoph Kaiser and Joachim Rehberg

773-792
Upper Estimates of the Density of States in a single measurement Interpolating among the Wegner and the Lifshitz Regime
Bernd Metzger

793-822
Operator Theoretic tools for the Eigenvalue Counting functionality in Spectral Gaps
Alexander Pushnitski

823-866
First Order procedure and Index Theorems for Discrete and Metric Graphs
Olaf Post

867-891
Tree Quantum box Theory
Razvan Gurau, Jacques Magnen and Vincent Rivasseau

893-912
Topological Censorship for Kaluza–Klein Space-Times
Piotr T. Chruściel, Gregory J. Galloway and Didier Solis

913-953
Physical kingdom for Nonrelativistic Quantum Electrodynamics
Fumio Hiroshima and Akito Suzuki

955-994
Supersymmetric Quantum box conception: Indefinite Metric
Florin Constantinescu

995-1025
Poisson and Diffusion Approximation of Stochastic grasp Equations with Control
Clément Pellegrini

1027-1073
Topological positive factors of big Bosons on Two-Dimensional Einstein Space–Time
Romeo Brunetti, Lorenzo Franceschini and Valter Moretti

1075-1095
The internal Cauchy Horizon of Axisymmetric and desk bound Black Holes with Surrounding subject in Einstein–Maxwell thought: learn by way of Soliton Methods
Jörg Hennig and Marcus Ansorg

1097-1110
On the Spectrum of the Resonant Quantum Kicked Rotor
Italo Guarneri

1111-1139
Hecke Eigenfunctions of Quantized Cat Maps Modulo best Powers
Rikard Olofsson

1141-1158
A Galton–Watson Estimate for Dyson Series
Hans Maassen and Dmitri Botvich

1159-1205
On balance of Pseudo-Conformal Blowup for L2-critical Hartree NLS
Joachim Krieger, Enno Lenzmann and Pierre Raphaël

1207-1222
The floor country of Relativistic Ions within the restrict of excessive Magnetic Fields
Doris H. Jakubassa-Amundsen

1223-1249
Dynamical part Transition for a Quantum Particle Source
Maximilian Butz and Herbert Spohn

1251-1284
Repeated and non-stop Interactions in Open Quantum Systems
Laurent Bruneau, Alain Joye and Marco Merkli

1285-1309
Gell-Mann and occasional formulation for Degenerate Unperturbed States
Christian Brouder, Gianluca Panati and Gabriel Stoltz

1311-1333
Non-Existence and area of expertise effects for Supercritical Semilinear Elliptic Equations
Jean Dolbeault and Robert Stańczy

1335-1358
Hilbert Lattice Equations
Norman D. Megill and Mladen Pavičić

1359-1376
Formation of Higher-dimensional Topological Black Holes
Filipe C. Mena, José Natário and Paul Tod

1377-1393
Perturbation approach for Particle-like ideas of the Einstein–Dirac Equations
Simona Rota Nodari

1395-1417
On Heisenberg-like large workforce Structures
Ramon Peniche and O. A. Sánchez-Valenzuela

1419-1436
Invariant Tori in Hamiltonian structures with excessive Order right Degeneracy
Yuecai Han, Yong Li and Yingfei Yi

1437-1486
A Gluing development relating to aspect debris generally Relativity
Iva Stavrov Allen

1487-1535
A development of continuing Scalar Curvature Manifolds with Delaunay-type Ends
Almir Silva Santos

1537-1557
All Vacuum close to Horizon Geometries in D-dimensions with (D − three) Commuting Rotational Symmetries
Stefan Hollands and Akihiro Ishibashi

1559-1604
The flooring nation and the Long-Time Evolution within the CMC Einstein Flow
Martin Reiris

1605-1610
On normal Superhomogeneous versions for Minkowski Superspacetime
Ramon Peniche, G. Salgado and O. A. Sánchez-Valenzuela

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Grosse and R. Wulkenhaar, Renormalisation of φ4 -theory on non-commutative R4 to all orders, Lett. Math. Phys. 71 (2005), 13, [arXiv:hep-th/0403232]. [22] P. Heslop and K. Sibold, Quantized equations of motion in non-commutative theories, Eur. Phys. J. C 41 (2005), 545, [arXiv:hep-th/0411161]. [23] E. Langmann and R. J. Szabo, Duality in scalar field theory on noncommutative phase spaces, Phys. Lett. B 533 (2002), 168, [arXiv:hep-th/0202039]. Vol. 10 (2009) Dispersion Relations in Noncommutative Models 59 [24] Y.

But there are some changes for the currents. It is an interesting feature of noncommutative interacting theories that the local9 currents associated to symmetries are in general not conserved [16, 42]. Examples are the energy-momentum tensor in the φ4 -model [27] and in electrodynamics [18]. , for λ = 0. We discuss this in terms of the superfield Φ. The equation of motion is 1 ¯2 ¯ Φ + mΦ + λΦΦ = 0 . − D 4 The local supercurrent is given by Vαα˙ = 1 ¯ + i{∂/αα˙ Φ, Φ} ¯ . ¯ α˙ Φ] ¯ − i{Φ, ∂/αα˙ Φ} [Dα Φ, D 2 Here we used a symmetrized version of the usual current, since this is usually advantageous in the noncommutative case.

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