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- C. P. Herzog, D. T. Son
- 2002

We demonstrate how to compute real-time Green’s functions for a class of finite temperature field theories from their AdS gravity duals. In particular, we reproduce the 2× 2 SchwingerKeldysh matrix propagator from a gravity calculation. Our methods should work also for computing higher point Lorentzian signature correlators. We elucidate the boundary… (More)

- Le Van Hien, Doan Thai Son
- Applied Mathematics and Computation
- 2015

- F L Bezrukov, M V Libanov, D T Son, S V Troitsky
- 1995

We consider the features of multiparticle tree cross sections in scalar theories in the framework of a semiclassical approach. These cross sections at large multiplicities have exponential form, and the properties of the exponent in different regimes are discussed.

- Nguyen Dinh Cong, Doan Thai Son, +4 authors H. T. Tuan
- 2014

In this paper we build on the spectral theory for linear fractional differential equations and prove that the fractional Lyapunov spectrum of solutions starting from a unit sphere is the union of a compact interval in R<0 and at most d distinct fractional Lyapunov exponents. AMS Subject Classifications: 34A08, 34D08.

- Le Van Hien, Doan Thai Son, Hieu Trinh
- IEEE transactions on neural networks and learning…
- 2016

This brief addresses the problem of global dissipativity analysis of nonautonomous neural networks with multiple proportional delays. By using a novel constructive approach based on some comparison techniques for differential inequalities, new explicit delay-independent conditions are derived using M-matrix theory to ensure the existence of generalized… (More)

- Luu Hoang Duc, Joseph Páez Chávez, Doan Thai Son, Stefan Siegmund
- Journal of biological dynamics
- 2016

In biochemical networks transient dynamics plays a fundamental role, since the activation of signalling pathways is determined by thresholds encountered during the transition from an initial state (e.g. an initial concentration of a certain protein) to a steady-state. These thresholds can be defined in terms of the inflection points of the stimulus-response… (More)

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