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Classical solutions for exotic instantons?
, 2008
"... We consider the D7/D(–1) system in Type I ′ as a prototypical “exotic” brane instanton. With respect to systems such as the D3/D(–1) ones, which correspond to gauge instantons in four dimensions, exotic systems lack the bosonic mixed moduli w of the ADHM construction, related to the instanton size ..."
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ρ, and their possible fieldtheoretical interpretation as classical solutions is an important open question. For the system at hand, we propose that it corresponds to the pointlike limit ρ → 0 of the eightdimensional socalled SO(8) instanton solution. This configuration is a solution
Rotating Electric Classical Solutions of
, 2005
"... We study electric stationary radial symmetric classical solutions of the U(1) DilatonEinsteinMaxwellChernSimons theory with a cosmological constant in 2+1 dimensions. Generic aspects of the theory are discussed at an introductory level. It is found a rotating electric point particle. For some va ..."
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We study electric stationary radial symmetric classical solutions of the U(1) DilatonEinsteinMaxwellChernSimons theory with a cosmological constant in 2+1 dimensions. Generic aspects of the theory are discussed at an introductory level. It is found a rotating electric point particle. For some
On Classical Solutions of the NordströmVlasov System
 COMMUN. PARTIAL DIFF. EQNS
, 2003
"... The NordströmVlasov system describes the dynamics of a selfgravitating ensemble of collisionless particles in the framework of the Nordström scalar theory of gravitation. We prove existence and uniqueness of classical solutions of the Cauchy problem in three dimensions and establish a condition wh ..."
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The NordströmVlasov system describes the dynamics of a selfgravitating ensemble of collisionless particles in the framework of the Nordström scalar theory of gravitation. We prove existence and uniqueness of classical solutions of the Cauchy problem in three dimensions and establish a condition
Classic solution of the wave equation
, 2000
"... The classic limit of wave quantum mechanics is analyzed. It is shown that the basic requirements of continuity and finiteness to the solution of the form ψ(x) = Aeiφ(x) + Be−iφ(x) , where φ(x) = 1 ¯h W(x) and W(x) is the reduced classical action of the physical system, result in the asymptotic sol ..."
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The classic limit of wave quantum mechanics is analyzed. It is shown that the basic requirements of continuity and finiteness to the solution of the form ψ(x) = Aeiφ(x) + Be−iφ(x) , where φ(x) = 1 ¯h W(x) and W(x) is the reduced classical action of the physical system, result in the asymptotic
Classical solutions of the Gravitating Abelian
, 2000
"... We consider the classical equations of the gravitating AbelianHiggs model in an axially symmetric ansatz. More properties of the solutions of these equations (the Melvin and the sting branches) are presented. These solutions are also constructed for winding numbers N = 2. It is shown that these vor ..."
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We consider the classical equations of the gravitating AbelianHiggs model in an axially symmetric ansatz. More properties of the solutions of these equations (the Melvin and the sting branches) are presented. These solutions are also constructed for winding numbers N = 2. It is shown
Classical solutions of the degenerate Garnier
, 2004
"... system and their coalescence structures ..."
Classical negation in logic programs and disjunctive databases
 New Generation Computing
, 1991
"... An important limitation of traditional logic programming as a knowledge representation tool, in comparison with classical logic, is that logic programming does not allow us to deal directly with incomplete information. In order to overcome this limitation, we extend the class of general logic progra ..."
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An important limitation of traditional logic programming as a knowledge representation tool, in comparison with classical logic, is that logic programming does not allow us to deal directly with incomplete information. In order to overcome this limitation, we extend the class of general logic
ON THE UNIQUENESS OF CLASSICAL SOLUTIONS OF CAUCHY PROBLEMS
, 908
"... Abstract. Given that the terminal condition is of at most linear growth, it is well known that a Cauchy problem admits a unique classical solution when the coefficient multiplying the second derivative is also a function of at most linear growth. In this note, we give a condition on the volatility t ..."
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Abstract. Given that the terminal condition is of at most linear growth, it is well known that a Cauchy problem admits a unique classical solution when the coefficient multiplying the second derivative is also a function of at most linear growth. In this note, we give a condition on the volatility
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