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We consider a class of translation invariant models of non-relativistic QED with net charge. Under certain natural assumptions we prove that ground states do not exist in the Fock space.
A new variant of the Feshbach map, called smooth Feshbach map, has been introduced recently by Bach et al., in connection with the renormalization analysis of non-relativistic quantum… (More)
Age-related macular degeneration (AMD) is the leading cause of severe vision impairment in Western populations over 55 years. A growing number of gene variants have been identified which are strongly… (More)
For a large class of quantum mechanical models of matter and radiation we develop an analytic perturbation theory for non-degenerate ground states. This theory is applicable, for example, to models… (More)
Each PROFIBUS device contains a set of data relevant for identification and for maintenance tasks. The data are used by software tools throughout a device's life cycle, e.g., configuration,… (More)
Each fieldbus device contains an internal set of data relevant mainly for automation and control tasks, but also suitable for maintenance purpose. In addition, other device-related data are available… (More)
We give a simple straightforward and rigorous derivation that when the eigenvalues of one of the d = 9 (5, 3, 2) matrices in the SU(N) invariant supersymmetric matrix model become large (and well… (More)
The Lupus autoantigen La is an RNA-binding protein that stabilizes RNA polymerase III (Pol III) transcripts and supports RNA folding and has in addition been implicated in the mammalian microRNA… (More)
We consider the supersymmetric quantum mechanical system which is obtained by dimensionally reducing d=6, N =1 supersymmetric gauge theory with gauge group U(1) and a single charged hypermultiplet.… (More)
Although RNA are synthesized as single-stranded molecules, most of them are characterized by extensive secondary structures. Two RNA that require distinct folding for biogenesis and function are… (More)