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An expansion of the type $sub 0$ = $sub 0$ $sub 0$ + $Sigma$/sub chi/l C$sup 2$(chi/subl/) $Integral$ (dp) Q/sup chi/l (x$sub 1$,x$sub 2$;-p) w/sub chi/l(p) Q/sup chi//subl/(p;x$sub 3$,... x/subn/)… (More)

Recently established rationality of correlation functions in a globally conformal invariant quantum field theory satisfying Wightman axioms is used to construct a family of soluble models in four… (More)

The zero modes of the chiral SU (n) WZNW model give rise to an intertwining quantum matrix algebra A generated by an n x n matrix a = (a i α ), i, α = 1,....,n (with noncommuting entries) and by… (More)

- Nithya Ramnath, Francisco Javier García Hernández, +7 authors Gerold Bepler
- Journal of clinical oncology : official journal…
- 2001

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Minichromosome maintenance protein 2 (MCM2) is a component of the prereplicative complex. It is essential for eukaryotic DNA replication and is only expressed in proliferating cells. The… (More)

DL_POLY is a general purpose molecular dynamics simulation package with in-built parallel algorithms. It may be run on a wide selection of distributed memory parallel computers, from national… (More)

We define the chiral zero modes' phase space of the G = SU(n) Wess–Zumino–Novikov–Witten (WZNW) model as an (n − 1)(n + 2)-dimensional manifold q equipped with a symplectic form Ωq involving a… (More)

- Ilian T. Todorov
- 1986

The “minimal theories” of critical behaviour in two dimensions of Belavin, Polyakov and Zamolodchikov are reviewed. Conformally invariant operator product expansions (OPEs) are written down in terms… (More)

Coherent state operators (CSOs) are defined as operator valued functions on G=SL(n,C) being homogeneous with respect to right multiplication by lower triangular matrices. They act on a model space… (More)

The quantum dynamical Yang–Baxter (or Gervais–Neveu–Felder) equation defines an R-matrix R(p), where p stands for a set of mutually commuting variables. A family of SL(n)-type solutions of this… (More)

We discuss how two techniques, based on (1) lattice statics/lattice dynamics simulations and (2) Monte Carlo methods may be used to calculate the thermodynamic properties of oxide mixtures at zero… (More)