Maxim Zverev

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We construct machine learned regressors to predict the behaviour of DNA sequencing data from the fluorescent labelled Sanger method. These predictions are used to assess hypotheses for sequence composition through calculation of likelihood or deviation evidence from the comparison of predictions from the hypothesized sequence with target trace data. We(More)
The P2– F2 pairing model is generally considered to provide an adequate description of the superfluid states of neutron matter at densities some 2-3 times that of saturated symmetrical nuclear matter. The problem of solving the system of BCS gap equations expressing the P2– F2 model is attacked with the aid of the separation approach. This method, developed(More)
The heavy-fermion metal YbRh(2)Si(2) displays a field-driven quantum phase transition where signatures of a Fermi-surface reconstruction have been identified, often interpreted as a breakdown of the Kondo effect. We argue that instead many properties of the material can be consistently described by assuming a Zeeman-driven Lifshitz transition of narrow(More)
The gap equation in the S0-channel is solved for a nuclear slab with the separable form of the Paris potential. The gap equation is considered in the model space in terms of the effective pairing interaction which is found in the complementary subspace. The absolute value of the gap ∆ turned out to be very sensitive to the cutoff Kmax in the momentum space(More)
We shall demonstrate that the Fermi surface of dense neutron matter may experience a rearrangement near the onset of pion condensation, due to strong momentum dependence of the effective interaction induced by spin-isospin fluctuations. In particular, the Fermi surface may take the form of a partially hollow sphere having a spherical hole in its center.(More)
A new scenario for neutron-star cooling is suggested by the correspondence between pion condensation, induced by critical spin-isospin fluctuations, and the metal-insulator phase transition in a 2D electron gas. Above the threshold density for pion condensation, the neutron single-particle spectrum acquires an insulating gap that quenches neutron(More)
The instability of the O nucleus with respect to decay through the twoneutron channel is investigated. It is shown that this isotope, unobserved in the fragmentation experiments, can exist as a narrow resonance in the system O + 2n. A role of deformation in formation of the neutron-drip line in the region N ∼ 20 is discussed. The structure of nucelei near(More)