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Topological operations can achieve certain goals without requiring accurate control over local operational details; for example, they have been used to control geometric phases and have been proposed as a way of controlling the state of certain systems within their degenerate subspaces. More recently, it was predicted that topological operations can be used(More)
Asymptotic reductions of the Fanno model for one-dimensional turbulent compressible flow of a perfect gas in a long tube are investigated. Conservation laws are derived using the multiplier method for a nonlinear wave equation and a nonlinear diffusion equation for the mean velocity and a nonlinear diffusion equation for the mean pressure. Two conserved(More)
Cavity optomechanics offers powerful methods for controlling optical fields and mechanical motion. A number of proposals have predicted that this control can be extended considerably in devices where multiple cavity modes couple to each other via the motion of a single mechanical oscillator. Here we study the dynamic properties of such a multimode(More)
Experimental analyses of charged current deep inelastic charm production – as observed through dimuon events in neutrino-iron scattering – measure the strangeness component of the nucleon sea. A complete analysis requires a Monte Carlo simulation to account for experimental detector acceptance effects; therefore, a fully differential theoretical calculation(More)
We analyze the axially-symmetric scalar perturbations of 6D chiral gauged supergravity compactified on the general warped geometries in the presence of two source branes. We find all of the conical geometries are marginally stable for normalizable perturbations (in disagreement with some recent calculations) and the nonconical for regular perturbations,(More)
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