# Byers-Yang theorem

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INTRODUCTION: Thyroid nodules (TNs) are a common pathology. Their prevalence increases with age. Some of them are suspected of… (More)

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We revisit the singular IIB supergravity solution describing M fractional 3branes on the conifold [hep-th/0002159]. Its 5-form… (More)

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We propose a large N dual of 4d, N = 1 supersymmetric, SU(N) Yang-Mills with adjoint field Φ and arbitrary superpotential W… (More)

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We find the gravity solution corresponding to a large number of NS or D fivebranes wrapped on a two sphere so that we have pure N… (More)

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IN THE 1980s the topology of low dimensional manifolds has experienced the most remarkable intervention of ideas developed in… (More)

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We extend earlier ideas about the appearance of noncommutative geometry in string theory with a nonzero B-field. We identify a… (More)

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We study the correlation functions of the Wilson loops in noncommutative Yang-Mills theory based upon its equivalence to twisted… (More)

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We consider field theories with sixteen supersymmetries, which includes U(N) Yang-Mills theories in various dimensions, and argue… (More)

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The one-instanton contributions to various correlation functions of superconformal currents in four-dimensional N = 4… (More)

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We study how coincident Dirichlet 3-branes absorb incident gravitons polarized along their world volume. We show that the… (More)

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