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- Denis Bernard, Nicolas Regnault
- 1999

We apply algebraic and vertex operator techniques to solve two dimensional reduced vacuum Einstein's equations. This leads to explicit expressions for the coefficients of metrics solutions of the vacuum equations as ratios of determinants. No quadratures are left. These formulas rely on the identification of dual pairs of vertex operators corresponding to… (More)

- Peter Nugent, Mark Sullivan, Richard Ellis, Avishay Gal-Yam, Douglas C Leonard, D Andrew Howell +10 others
- 2006

We present the first high-redshift Hubble diagram for Type II-P supernovae (SNe II-P) based upon five events at redshift up to z ∼ 0.3. This diagram was constructed using photometry from the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope Super-nova Legacy Survey and absorption line spectroscopy from the Keck observatory. The method used to measure distances to these… (More)

Massive stars undergo a violent death when the supply of nuclear fuel in their cores is exhausted, resulting in a catastrophic "core-collapse" supernova. Such events are usually only detected at least a few days after the star has exploded. Observations of the supernova SNLS-04D2dc with the Galaxy Evolution Explorer space telescope reveal a radiative… (More)

- Benoit Estienne, Nicolas Regnault, Raoul Santachiara
- 2009

Recently, Jack polynomials have been proposed as natural generalizations of Z k Read-Rezayi states describing non-Abelian fractional quantum Hall systems. These polynomials are conjectured to be related to correlation functions of a class of W-conformal field theories based on the Lie algebra A k−1. These theories can be considered as non-unitary solutions… (More)

- Alexandre Réfrégier, Olivier Boulade, Yannick Mellier, Bruno Milliard, Reynald Pain, Joel Michaud +19 others
- 2006

Understanding the nature of Dark Matter and Dark Energy is one of the most pressing issues in cosmology and fundamental physics. The purpose of the DUNE (Dark UNiverse Explorer) mission is to study these two cosmological components with high precision, using a space-based weak lensing survey as its primary science driver. Weak lensing provides a measure of… (More)

- Denis Bernard, Nicolas Regnault
- 1999

We apply algebraic and vertex operator techniques to solve two dimensional reduced vacuum Einstein's equations. This leads to explicit expressions for the coefficients of metrics solutions of the vacuum equations as ratios of determinants. No quadratures are left. These formulas rely on the identification of dual pairs of vertex operators corresponding to… (More)

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