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On the Localisation Theorem for rational Cherednik algebra modules
Rollo Jenkins
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: Let $W$ be a complex reflection group of the form $G(l,1,n)$. Following [BK12, BPW12, Gor06, GS05, GS06, KR08, MN11], the theory of deform quantising conical symplectic resolutions allows one to study the category of modules for the spherical Cherednik algebra, $U_\textbf{c}(W)$, via a functor, $\mathbb T_{\textbf{c},\theta}$, which takes invariant global sections of certain twisted sheaves on some Nakajima quiver variety $Y_\theta$. A parameter for the Cherednik algebra, $\textbf{c}$, is considered `good' if there exists a choice of GIT parameter $\theta$, such that $\mathbb T_{\textbf{c},\theta}$ is exact and `bad' otherwise. By calculating the Kirwan--Ness strata for $\theta=\pm(1,\ldots,1)$ and using criteria of [MN13], it is shown that the set of all bad parameters is bounded. The criteria are then used to show that, for the cases $W=\mathfrak S_n, \mu_3, B_2$, all parameters are good.
On some families of modules for the current algebra
Matthew Bennett,Rollo Jenkins
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: Given a finite-dimensional module, $V$, for a finite-dimensional, complex, semi-simple Lie algebra $\lie g$ and a positive integer $m$, we construct a family of graded modules for the current algebra $\lie g[t]$ indexed by simple $\CC\lie S_m$-modules. These modules have the additional structure of being free modules of finite rank for the ring of symmetric polynomials and so can be localized to give finite-dimensional graded $\lie g[t]$-modules. We determine the graded characters of these modules and show that if $\lie g$ is of type $A$ and $V$ the natural representation, these graded characters admit a curious duality.
Self-Duality for Landau--Ginzburg models
Brian Callander,Elizabeth Gasparim,Rollo Jenkins,Lino Marcos Silva
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: P. Clarke describes mirror symmetry as a duality between Landau--Ginzburg models, so that the dual of an LG model is another LG model. We describe examples in which the underlying space is a total space of a vector bundle on the projective line, and we show that self-duality occurs in precisely two cases: the cotangent bundle and the resolved conifold.
AGRICULTURE, THE STRUCTURAL FUNDS AND THE BUDGET AFTER ENLARGEMENT
Jim Rollo
Romanian Journal of European Affairs (RJEA) , 2004,
Abstract: The purpose of this article is to examine how the legacy of the, often bruising, negotiations at Copenhagen and subsequently over agriculture will affect the political economy of the European Union and specifically the challenges facing the CAP, the Structural Funds in the next decade. The EU Budget for the remainder of the 2000-2006 Framework was fixed by the EU-15 at the Brussels Summit of October 2002 (European Council, 2002b) and is very unlikely to change. That is why the first real battle over resources engaging the new members will turn out to be the Financial Framework post 2006. This article will discuss the general context, before examining agriculture policy and structural funds after Copenhagen summit and finally the implications for the next Financial Framework.
Resilience: The New Paradigm in Disaster Management—An Australian Perspective  [PDF]
Stephen Jenkins, Stephen Jenkins
World Journal of Engineering and Technology (WJET) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/wjet.2015.33C020
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During past decades, frameworks relating to emergency and disaster management have been based on a risk management approach to prevention/mitigation and preparedness coupled with a strong emphasis on response by police and emergency service organisations. Numerous reviews and inquiries of significant events however have identified significant issues relating to the preparation for such events and the management thereof; in particular, critical shortcomings in the capability of emergency response agencies, their leaders and senior decision-makers. In 2008, the Australian Government, through The First National Security Statement to the Australian Parliament by Prime Minister Rudd, has incorporated non-traditional threats and hazards, such as those posed by the impact of climate change, on the national security agenda. In doing so, the Government has announced a paradigm shift in policy for the nation’s approach to emergency and disaster management, namely a move from “response” to “resilience”. In support of this policy shift, the Australian Government, through the Council of Australian Governments, has endorsed the National Strategy for Disaster Resilience and the Critical Infrastructure Resilience Strategy. These documents make resilience the responsibility of all levels of government, private industry, emergency response agencies, and the community. A review of the reports published following Australian reviews and inquiries into significant events has identified that existing frameworks do not provide the necessary mechanisms for baselining and assessing community resilience, that is, their ability to respond to and recover from significant events. Internationally, indices have been developed for assessing community resilience, however, inherent limitations have also been identified in their scope and application. This paper will review Australian and international events which have led to inquiries that have resulted in criticisms of the emergency and disaster response, as well as introducing the organisational capability and resilience of organisations particularly in the context of climate change.

Gestalt Couples Therapy in the Field of Trauma  [PDF]
Paul Jenkins
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2016.75072
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The field of Gestalt therapy has long had a troubled relationship with mainstream psychotherapy. The decades long assent of cognitive-behavioral and other, more objectively oriented therapies moved Gestalt even further from common acceptance as a valid alternative for treatment. Couple’s therapy, in particular, has not commonly been seen as a natural “fit” for Gestalt practice. The author’s view is that the recent rise of integrated therapy and the need for Evidence-Based Treatment separate from issues of allegiance to a particular school of therapy has created a new opportunity to reconsider Gestalt therapy theory and practice in couple’s work. It is particularly relevant for work with couples in which one or both have been traumatized. Recent developments in Gestalt practice offers a fresh approach for such work, especially in regard to its focus on resolving underlying shame and the need for the couple to develop mutual acceptance at a deep level. Both these therapeutic tasks are vital in work with traumatized clients. These Gestalt tasks can easily be integrated with other, more mainstream models of working with trauma and working couples. An example of this integrated approach is offered to explore the ramifications of the theoretical assertion.

Cirurgia de varizes com preserva o da veia safena magna: avalia o dos resultados tardios dos pacientes tratados com técnica de ligadura da jun o safenofemoral Varicose vein surgery with preservation of the great saphenous vein: assessment of long-term results in patients treated by flush ligation of the saphenofemoral junction
Hamilton Almeida Rollo
Jornal Vascular Brasileiro , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/s1677-54492008000300018
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Phantom Limb Pain: Low Frequency Repetitive Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Unaffected Hemisphere
Andrea Di Rollo,Stefano Pallanti
Case Reports in Medicine , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/130751
Abstract: Phantom limb pain is very common after limb amputation and is often difficult to treat. The motor cortex stimulation is a valid treatment for deafferentation pain that does not respond to conventional pain treatment, with relief for 50% to 70% of patients. This treatment is invasive as it uses implanted epidural electrodes. Cortical stimulation can be performed noninvasively by repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS). The stimulation of the hemisphere that isn't involved in phantom limb (unaffected hemisphere), remains unexplored. We report a case of phantom limb pain treated with 1 Hz rTMS stimulation over motor cortex in unaffected hemisphere. This stimulation produces a relevant clinical improvement of phantom limb pain; however, further studies are necessary to determine the efficacy of the method and the stimulation parameters.
ESCAVANDO O CH O DA FUTILIDADE: COLUNAS SOCIAIS, FONTES PARA O ESTUDO DE ELITES LOCAIS
José Henrique Rollo Gon?alves
Revista de História Regional , 2007,
Abstract: Nesse artigo s o desenvolvidas algumas quest es metodológicas rela-cionadas ao uso de fontes hemerográficas na investiga o histórica. Aten o específica é dada às características e potencialidades documentais das colunas sociais, que se apresentam como bastante pertinentes para o estudo de grupos locais de referência, elites e certas categorias sócio-profissionais. In this article are developed some methodological questions related to the uses of press as document In historical investigations. Specific attention is given to the characteristics of gossips columns. Some of its potentialities In the study of local reference groups, elites and socio-professional categories are dis-cussed.
A "MíSTICA DO PIONEIRISMO", ANTíDOTO CONTRA O SOCIALISMO: BENTO MUNHOZ DA ROCHA NETO, A REFORMA AGRáRIA E O NORTE DO PARANá DOS ANOS 50 E 60
José Henrique Rollo Gon?alves
Revista de História Regional , 2007,
Abstract: During the fifties and sixties, the North of Parana was transformed by political and national sectors into models of agrarian reform adapted to assumed interests and tendencies of the Brazilian people. These formulations, which are sometimes against to those considered in the rural (and urban) working-class movements, involve the construction of social categorisations related to the pioneers from the regional settlement. The ex-governor of Parana, Bento Munhoz da Rocha Neto, was one of the great producers and divulgers of the vision of the region and its inhabitants. In this article we study some of the is positions and their cognitive effects on the so called public opinion. Durante os anos 50 e 60, a regi o Norte do Paraná foi transformada por determinados setores políticos nacionais em modelo de reforma agrária adequado a pretensos interesses e inclina es do povo brasileiro. Tais formula es, as vezes diametralmente opostas àquelas discutidas no seio dos movimentos de trabalhadores rurais (e urbanos), implicavam, também, na constru o de categoriza es sociais relacionadas aos "pioneiros" da coloniza o regional. O ex-governador paranaense, deputado federal e ministro da agricultura, Bento Munhoz da Rocha Neto foi um dos grandes produtores e divulgadores daquela vis o da regi o e seus habitantes. Neste artigo estuda-se algumas de suas posi es e especula-se acerca de seus efeitos cognitivos sobre a assim-chamada opini o pública.
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