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Generic self-similar blowup for equivariant wave maps and Yang-Mills fields in higher dimensions  [PDF]
Pawe? Biernat,Piotr Bizoń
Mathematics , 2014, DOI: 10.1007/s00220-015-2404-y
Abstract: We consider equivariant wave maps from the $(d+1)$--dimensional Minkowski spacetime into the $d$-sphere for $d\geq 4$. We find a new explicit stable self-similar solution and give numerical evidence that it plays the role of a universal attractor for generic blowup. An analogous result is obtained for the $SO(d)$ symmetric Yang-Mills field for $d\geq 6$.
Formation of singularities for equivariant 2+1 dimensional wave maps into the two-sphere  [PDF]
Piotr Bizoń,Tadeusz Chmaj,Zbislaw Tabor
Physics , 2000, DOI: 10.1088/0951-7715/14/5/308
Abstract: In this paper we report on numerical studies of the Cauchy problem for equivariant wave maps from 2+1 dimensional Minkowski spacetime into the two-sphere. Our results provide strong evidence for the conjecture that large energy initial data develop singularities in finite time and that singularity formation has the universal form of adiabatic shrinking of the degree-one harmonic map from $\mathbb{R}^2$ into $S^2$.
Equivariant wave maps exterior to a ball  [PDF]
Piotr Bizoń,Tadeusz Chmaj,Maciej Maliborski
Mathematics , 2011, DOI: 10.1088/0951-7715/25/5/1299
Abstract: We consider the exterior Cauchy-Dirichlet problem for equivariant wave maps from 3+1 dimensional Minkowski spacetime into the three-sphere. Using mixed analytical and numerical methods we show that, for a given topological degree of the map, all solutions starting from smooth finite energy initial data converge to the unique static solution (harmonic map). The asymptotics of this relaxation process is described in detail. We hope that our model will provide an attractive mathematical setting for gaining insight into dissipation-by-dispersion phenomena, in particular the soliton resolution conjecture.
The equivariant Minkowski problem in Minkowski space  [PDF]
Francesco Bonsante,Fran?ois Fillastre
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: The classical Minkowski problem in Minkowski space asks, for a positive function $\phi$ on $\mathbb{H}^d$, for a convex set $K$ in Minkowski space with $C^2$ space-like boundary $S$, such that $\phi(\eta)^{-1}$ is the Gauss--Kronecker curvature at the point with normal $\eta$. Analogously to the Euclidean case, it is possible to formulate a weak version of this problem: given a Radon measure $\mu$ on $\mathbb{H}^d$ the generalized Minkowski problem in Minkowski space asks for a convex subset $K$ such that the area measure of $K$ is $\mu$. In the present paper we look at an equivariant version of the problem: given a uniform lattice $\Gamma$ of isometries of $\mathbb{H}^d$, given a $\Gamma$ invariant Radon measure $\mu$, given a isometry group $\Gamma_{\tau}$ of Minkowski space, with $\Gamma$ as linear part, there exists a unique convex set with area measure $\mu$, invariant under the action of $\Gamma_{\tau}$. The proof uses a functional which is the covolume associated to every invariant convex set. This result translates as a solution of the Minkowski problem in flat space times with compact hyperbolic Cauchy surface. The uniqueness part, as well as regularity results, follow from properties of the Monge--Amp\`ere equation. The existence part can be translated as an existence result for Monge--Amp\`ere equation. The regular version was proved by T.~Barbot, F.~B\'eguin and A.~Zeghib for $d=2$ and by V.~Oliker and U.~Simon for $\Gamma_{\tau}=\Gamma$. Our method is totally different. Moreover, we show that those cases are very specific: in general, there is no smooth $\Gamma_\tau$-invariant surface of constant Gauss-Kronecker curvature equal to $1$.
Classification of equivariant vector bundles over two-sphere  [PDF]
Min Kyu Kim
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: We exhaustively classify topological equivariant complex vector bundles over two-sphere under a compact Lie group (not necessarily effective) action. It is shown that inequivariant Chern classes and isotropy representations at (at most) three points are sufficient to classify equivariant vector bundles except a few cases. To do it, we calculate equivariant homotopy of the set of equivariant clutching maps. Holomorphic version of this will be treated in other paper. Classification on two-torus, real projective plane, Klein bottle will appear soon.
GL(n) equivariant Minkowski valuations  [PDF]
Thomas Wannerer
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: A classification of all continuous GL(n) equivariant Minkowski valuations on convex bodies in $\mathbb{R}^n$ is established. Together with recent results of F.E. Schuster and the author, this article therefore completes the description of all continuous GL(n) intertwining Minkowski valuations.
Rotation equivariant Minkowski valuations  [PDF]
Rolf Schneider,Franz E. Schuster
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: The projection body operator \Pi, which associates with every convex body in Euclidean space Rn its projection body, is a continuous valuation, it is invariant under translations and equivariant under rotations. It is also well known that \Pi\ maps the set of polytopes in Rn into itself. We show that \Pi\ is the only non-trivial operator with these properties.
Dispersion and collapse of wave maps  [PDF]
P. Bizoń,T. Chmaj,Z. Tabor
Physics , 1999, DOI: 10.1088/0951-7715/13/4/323
Abstract: We study numerically the Cauchy problem for equivariant wave maps from 3+1 Minkowski spacetime into the 3-sphere. On the basis of numerical evidence combined with stability analysis of self-similar solutions we formulate two conjectures. The first conjecture states that singularities which are produced in the evolution of sufficiently large initial data are approached in a universal manner given by the profile of a stable self-similar solution. The second conjecture states that the codimension-one stable manifold of a self-similar solution with exactly one instability determines the threshold of singularity formation for a large class of initial data. Our results can be considered as a toy-model for some aspects of the critical behavior in formation of black holes.
Exploring the origin of Minkowski spacetime  [PDF]
James M. Chappell,John G. Hartnett,Nicolangelo Iannella,Azhar Iqbal,Derek Abbott
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: Minkowski elegantly explained the results of special relativity with the creation of a unified four-dimensional spacetime structure, consisting of three space dimensions and one time dimension. Due to its adoption as a foundation for modern physics, a variety of arguments have been proposed over the years attempting to derive this structure from some fundamental physical principle. In this paper, we show how Minkowski spacetime can be interpreted in terms of the geometric properties of three dimensional space when modeled with Clifford multivectors. The unification of space and time within the multivector, then provides a new geometric view on the nature of time.This approach provides a generalization to eight-dimensional spacetime events as well as doubling the size of the Lorentz group allowing an exploration of a more general class of transformation in which the Lorentz transformations form a special case.
The Casimir effect in a topologically closed Minkowski spacetime  [PDF]
Alex Venditti,Charles Dyer
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: Results concerning the Casimir effect in a topologically closed Minkowski spacetime.
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