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Proceedings of the Japan Academy, Series A, Mathematical Sciences
Proceedings of the Japan Academy, Series A, Mathematical Sciences
Graczyk, Piotr; Ishi, Hideyuki; Mamane, Salha; Ochiai, Hiroyuki
We prove, for graphical models for nearest neighbour interactions, a conjecture stated by Letac and Massam in 2007. Our result is important in the analysis of Wishart distributions on cones related to graphical models and in its statistical applications.
Chu, Wenchang
By means of the telescoping method, we prove an infinite series identity with four free parameters. Its limiting case is utilized, with the help of the Pfaff transformation, not only to present a new proof for a ${_{2}}F_{1}$-series identity conjectured by Gosper (1977) and proved recently by Ebisu (2013), but also to establish an extension of the binomial series.
Bagheri-Bardi, Ghorban Ali; Khosheghbal-Ghorabayi, Minoo
Although there exist different types of (well-known) locally convex topologies on $\mathbf{B}(\mathcal{H})$, the notion of measurability on the set of operator valued functions $f:\Omega\to \mathbf{B}(\mathcal{H})$ is unique when $\mathcal{H}$ is separable (see~[1]). In this current discussion we observe that unlike the separable case, in the non-separable case we have to face different types of measurability. Moreover the algebraic operations “\textit{addition and product}” are not compatible with the set of operator valued measurable functions.
Bagheri-Bardi, Ghorban Ali; Khosheghbal-Ghorabayi, Minoo
Although there exist different types of (well-known) locally convex topologies on $\mathbf{B}(\mathcal{H})$, the notion of measurability on the set of operator valued functions $f:\Omega\to \mathbf{B}(\mathcal{H})$ is unique when $\mathcal{H}$ is separable (see [1]). In this current discussion we observe that unlike the separable case, in the non-separable case we have to face different types of measurability. Moreover the algebraic operations “addition and product” are not compatible with the set of operator valued measurable functions.
Bufetov, Alexander Igorevich; Shirai, Tomoyuki
In this note, we show that determinantal point processes on the real line corresponding to de Branges spaces of entire functions are rigid in the sense of Ghosh-Peres and, under certain additional assumptions, quasi-invariant under the group of diffeomorphisms of the line with compact support.
Ha, Ly Kim
Let $\Omega$ be a smoothly bounded domain in $\mathbf{C}^{n}$, for $n\ge 2$. For a given continuous function $\phi$ on $b\Omega$, and a non-negative continuous function $\Psi$ on $\mathbf{R}\times \overline{\Omega}$, the main purpose of this note is to seek a plurisubharmonic function $u$ on $\Omega$, continuous on $\overline{\Omega}$, which solves the following Dirichlet problem of the complex Monge-Ampère equation
\begin{equation*}
\begin{cases}
\det\left[\dfrac{\partial^{2}(u)}{\partial z_{i}\partial\bar{z}_{j}}\right](z)=\Psi(u(z),z)\geqslant 0 & \text{in}\quad\Omega,\\
u=\phi & \text{on}\quad b\Omega.
\end{cases}
\end{equation*}
In particular, the boundary regularity for the solution of this complex, fully nonlinear equation is studied when $\Omega$ belongs to a large class of weakly pseudoconvex domains of finite and infinite type in $\mathbf{C}^{n}$.
Barragán, Andrés Mauricio; Morales, Carlos Arnoldo
We prove for $n\geq 3$ that every nonatomic ergodic measure of an $n$-dimensional flow whose Lyapunov exponents off the flow direction are all negative is supported on an attracting periodic orbit.
Ho, Kwok-Pun
We extend the Hardy inequalities to the classical Hardy spaces and the rearrangement-invariant Hardy spaces.
Sato, Hiroshi
We show that for a projective toric manifold with the ample second Chern character, if there exists a Fano contraction, then it is isomorphic to the projective space. For the case that the second Chern character is nef, the Fano contraction gives either a projective line bundle structure or a direct product structure. We also show that, for a toric weakly 2-Fano manifold, there does not exist a divisorial contraction to a point.
Xiong, Xinhua
Recently, Andrews, Chan, Kim and Osburn introduced a $q$-series $h(q)$ for the study of the first positive rank and crank moments for overpartitions. They conjectured that for all integers $m \geq 3$,
\begin{equation*}
\frac{1}{(q)_{∞}} (h(q) - m h(q^{m}))
\end{equation*}
has positive power series coefficients for all powers of $q$. Byungchan Kim, Eunmi Kim and Jeehyeon Seo provided a combinatorial interpretation and proved it is asymptotically true. In this note, we show this conjecture is true if $m$ is any positive power of 2, and we show that in order to prove this conjecture, it is only to prove it for all primes $m$. Moreover...
Rout, Sudhansu Sekhar
In this note, we shall define the balancing Wieferich prime which is an analogue of the famous Wieferich primes. We prove that, under the $abc$ conjecture for the number field $\mathbf{Q}(\sqrt{2})$, there are infinitely many balancing non-Wieferich primes. In particular, under the assumption of the $abc$ conjecture for the number field $\mathbf{Q}(\sqrt{2})$ there are at least $O(\log x/{\log \log x})$ such primes $p \equiv 1(\mathrm{mod}\ k)$ for any fixed integer $k> 2$.
Hattori, Yukihiro; Morita, Hideaki
A complex reflection determines an $L$-function which is a generalization of the Artin-Mazur zeta function associated with an element of the symmetric group. The present paper shows that the $L$-function is the Ruelle zeta function associated with a weighted $\mathbf{Z}$-dynamical system.
Hashizume, Kenta
We prove the abundance theorem for log canonical $n$-folds such that the boundary divisor is big assuming the abundance conjecture for log canonical $(n-1)$-folds. We also discuss the log minimal model program for log canonical 4-folds.
Pollack, Paul
For positive integers $n$, let $r(n) = \#\{(x,y,z) \in\mathbf{Z}^{3}: x^{2}+y^{2}+z^{2}=n\}$. Let $g$ be a positive integer, and let $A\bmod{M}$ be any congruence class containing a squarefree integer. We show that there are infinitely many squarefree positive integers $n\equiv A\bmod{M}$ for which $g$ divides $r(n)$. This generalizes a result of Cho.
Kamimoto, Shingo
We discuss the resurgence of formal series solutions of nonlinear differential and difference equations of level 1. We derive an estimate for iterated convolution products. We describe the possible location of the singularities of their Borel transforms.
Ngoan, Ngô Thị; Thǎńg, Nguyêñ Quôć
We establish some new local–global principles related with some splitting problems for connected linear algebraic groups over infinite algebraic extensions of global fields and give some applications to the isotropy problems. The main tools are certain new Hasse principles established for quadratic, (skew-)hermitian forms, and homogeneous projective spaces of reductive groups over such fields.
Fujisawa, Taro
The purpose of this short note is to give a remark on the decomposition theorem for direct images of canonical sheaves tensorized with Nakano semipositive vector bundles. Although our result is a direct consequence of Takegoshi’s work in [3], it was not stated explicitly in [3]. Here we give the precise statement and the proof.
Lee, Junghun; Onozuka, Tomokazu; Suriajaya, Ade Irma
In this paper, we give an announcement of our results on uniform distribution and ergodic value distribution of the Riemann zeta function and its derivatives.
Koyama, Shin-ya
We prove existence of a set $E$ of positive real numbers, which is relatively small in the sense that its logarithmic measure is finite, such that we can improve the error term of the prime geodesic theorem as $x\to\infty$ $(x\notin E)$. The result holds for any compact hyperbolic surfaces, and it would also be true for generic hyperbolic surfaces of finite volume according to the philosophy of Phillips and Sarnak.
Yamagata, Koji; Yamagishi, Masakazu
Let $\zeta_{n}$ be a primitive $n$th root of unity. As is well known, $\mathbf{Z}[\zeta_{n}+\zeta_{n}^{-1}]$ is the ring of integers of $\mathbf{Q}(\zeta_{n}+\zeta_{n}^{-1})$. We give an alternative proof of this fact by using the resultants of modified cyclotomic polynomials.