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- W T Gowers, J Wolf
- 2007

In this paper we look for conditions that are sufficient to guarantee that a subset A of a finite Abelian group G contains the " expected " number of linear configurations of a given type. The simplest non-trivial result of this kind is the well-known fact that if G has odd order, A has density α and all Fourier coefficients of the characteristic function… (More)

- Christian Brecher, Mirco Vitr, J. Wolf
- Int. J. Computer Integrated Manufacturing
- 2006

- Joe H. Wolf
- 1999

This paper describes the programming methods available to software developers wishing to utilize the performance capabilities of the Streaming SIMD Extensions of the Pentium® III processor. The tools in the VTune™ Performance Enhancement Environment, Version 4.0, have unique capabilities that help software developers understand the Streaming SIMD… (More)

- Joe Wolf, Gregory D. Martinez, +5 authors Frank F. Avedo
- 2009

We derive an accurate mass estimator for dispersion-supported stellar systems and demonstrate its validity by analyzing resolved line-of-sight velocity data for globu-lar clusters, dwarf galaxies, and elliptical galaxies. Specifically, by manipulating the spherical Jeans equation we show that the dynamical mass enclosed within the 3D deprojected half-light… (More)

In this short note we prove that for any fixed integer k and any prime power q ≥ k, there exists a subset of F 2k q of size q 2(k−1) +q k−1 −1 which contains no k points on a line, and hence no k-term arithmetic progressions. As a corollary we obtain an asymptotic lower bound as n → ∞ for r k (F n q) when q ≥ k, which can be interpreted as the finite field… (More)

- J. Wolf
- Finite Fields and Their Applications
- 2015

- J. Naumann, J. Wolf, M. Wolff
- 2010

We prove the interior Hölder continuity of weak solutions to parabolic systems ∂u j ∂t − Dαa α j (x, t, u, ∇u) = 0 in Q (j = 1,. .. , N) (Q = Ω × (0, T), Ω ⊂ R 2), where the coefficients a α j (x, t, u, ξ) are measurable in x, Hölder continuous in t and Lipschitz continuous in u and ξ.

- J. WOLF
- 2007

The purpose of this note is to give an exposition of the best-known bound on the density of sets whose difference set contains no squares which was first derived by Pintz, Steiger and Szemerédi in [PSS88]. We show how their method can be brought in line with the modern view of the energy increment strategy employed in problems such as Szemerédi's Theorem on… (More)

- ILKA AGRICOLA, Joe Wolf
- 2009

In this short note we study flat metric connections with antisymmetric torsion T = 0. The result has been originally discovered by Cartan/Schouten in 1926 and we provide a new proof not depending on the classification of symmetric spaces. Any space of that type splits and the irreducible factors are compact simple Lie group or a special connection on S 7.… (More)

1) J. Wolf, Existence of weak solutions to the equations of non-stationary motion of non-Newtonian fluids with shear rate dependent viscosity, 1,α-regularity of weak solutions to the equations of stationary motion to certain non-Newtonian fluids in two dimensions, Boll. Existence of weak solutions for unsteady motion of generalized Newtonian fluids (2008)… (More)