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- Andreas Fring, Roland Köberle
- 1993

We show that the " boundary crossing-unitarity equation " recently proposed by Ghoshal and Zamolodchikov is a consequence of the boundary boot-strap equation for the S-matrix and the wall-bootstrap equation. We solve this set of equations for all affine Toda theories related to simply laced Lie algebras, obtaining explicit formulas for the W-matrix which… (More)

- Andreas Fring, Roland Köberle
- 1993

We formulate a general set of consistency requirements, which are expected to be satisfied by the scattering matrices in the presence of reflecting boundaries. In particular we derive an equivalent to the boostrap equation involving the W-matrix, which encodes the reflection of a particle off a wall. This set of equations is sufficient to derive explicit… (More)

- Andreas Fring, Roland Köberle
- 1994

We demonstrate that the generalization of the Coleman-Thun mechanism may be applied to the situation, when considering scattering processes in 1+1-dimensions in the presence of reflecting boundaries. For affine Toda field theories we find that the binding energies of the bound states are always half the sum over a set of masses having the same colour with… (More)

We study the reconstruction of visual stimuli from spike trains, representing the reconstructed stimulus by a Volterra series up to second order. We illustrate this procedure in a prominent example of spiking neurons, recording simultaneously from the two H1 neurons located in the lobula plate of the fly Chrysomya megacephala. The fly views two types of… (More)

We dynamically analyze our experimental results on the motion sensitive spiking H1 neuron of the fly's visual system. We find that the fly uses an alphabet composed of a few letters to encode the information contained in the stimulus. The alphabet dynamics is multifractal both with and without stimulus, though the multifractality increases with the stimulus… (More)

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