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Hepp and Speer Sectors within Modern Strategies of Sector Decomposition
Smirnov, A. V.;Smirnov, V. A.
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology , 2008, DOI: 10.1088/1126-6708/2009/05/004
Abstract: Hepp and Speer sectors were successfully used in the sixties and seventies for proving mathematical theorems on analytically or/and dimensionally regularized and renormalized Feynman integrals at Euclidean external momenta. We describe them within recently developed strategies of introducing iterative sector decompositions. We show that Speer sectors are reproduced within one of the existing strategies.
“Albert Camus” / “Albert Camus”  [cached]
Daniel Hopenhayn
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2006,
Abstract: Based on the death of Albert Camus, occurred on January 4th 1960 because of a car accident, the author writes the following short-text, where he relates the event to others suggesting possible and curious coincidences.
An extension of the Derrida-Lebowitz-Speer-Spohn equation  [PDF]
Charles Bordenave,Pierre Germain,Thomas Trogdon
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: Derrida, Lebowitz, Speer and Spohn have proposed a simplified model to describe the low temperature Glauber dynamics of an anchored Toom interface. We show how the derivation of the Derrida-Lebowitz-Speer-Spohn equation can be prolonged to obtain a new equation, generalizing the models obtained in the paper by these authors. We then investigate its properties from both an analytical and numerical perspective. Specifically, a numerical method is presented to approximate solutions of the prolonged equation. Using this method, we investigate the relationship between the solutions of the prolonged equation and the Tracy--Widom GOE distribution.
Albert Camus
Revista de Estudios Sociales , 2006,
Abstract: based on the death of albert camus, occurred on january 4th 1960 because of a car accident, the author writes the following short-text, where he relates the event to others suggesting possible and curious coincidences.
The Passion and the Interest by Albert O. Hirschman
Andrea Locatelli
Crossroads , 2006,
Abstract: Book Review of 'The Passion and The Interest' by Albert O. Hirschman
Albert Einstein: Rebellious Wunderkind  [PDF]
Galina Weinstein
Physics , 2012,
Abstract: Childhood and Schooldays: Albert Einstein, and the family members seemed to have exaggerated the story of Albert who developed slowly, learned to talk late, and whose parents thought he was abnormal. These and other stories were adopted by biographers as if they really happened in the form that Albert and his sister told them. Hence biographers were inspired by them to create a mythical public image of Albert Einstein. Albert had tendency toward temper tantrums, the young impudent rebel Einstein had an impulsive and upright nature. He rebelled against authority and refused to learn by rote. He could not easily bring himself to study what did not interest him at school, especially humanistic subjects. And so his sister told the story that his Greek professor, to whom he once submitted an especially poor paper, went so far in his anger to declare that nothing would ever become of him. Albert learned subjects in advance when it came to sciences; and during the vacation of a few months from school, Albert independently worked his way through the entire prospective Gymnasium syllabus. He also taught himself natural science, geometry and philosophy by reading books that he obtained from a poor Jewish medical student of Polish nationality, Max Talmud, and from his uncle Jacob Einstein.
Albert Einstein visits Argentina  [PDF]
Alejandro Gangui,Eduardo L. Ortiz
Physics , 2005,
Abstract: This is a detailed, day by day, account of Albert Einstein's activities, both social and scientific, during his 30-day stay in Argentina in 1925, including his lectures on relativity at the various local universities and his visit to the National Academy of Sciences, as follows from his personal Diary of the trip to South-America and other contemporary documents.
Albert Einstein and Scientific Theology  [PDF]
Max L. E. Andrews
Physics , 2012,
Abstract: In recent centuries the world has become increasingly dominated by empirical evidence and theoretic science in developing worldviews. Advances in science have dictated Roman Catholic doctrine such as the acceptance of Darwinian evolution and Big Bang cosmology. Albert Einstein created an indelible impact on the relationship between science and religion. The question is whether or not his work was deleterious for church doctrine or whether it was compatible with, or even advanced, church dogma. It's my contention that Einstein revived the relationship between science and theology and did not create a bifurcation between the two. Despite his personal religious beliefs, his work has helped to reinforce the harmonious conjunction of science with religion, which cannot be ignored by succeeding scientists and theologians.
Adyr Balastreri Rodrigues
Revista do Departamento de Geografia , 1996, DOI: 10.7154/rdg.v0i10.198
Gradings on the Albert Algebra and on $f_4$  [PDF]
Cristina Draper,Cándido Martín
Mathematics , 2007,
Abstract: We study group gradings on the Albert algebra and on the simple exceptional Lie algebra $\frak{f}_4$ over algebraically closed fields of characteristic zero. There are eight nontoral nonequivalent gradings on the Albert algebra (three of them being fine) and nine on $\frak{f}_4$ (also three of them fine).
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