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Fivebranes, Membranes And NonPerturbative String Theory
, 1995
"... Nonperturbative instanton corrections to the moduli space geometry of type IIA string theory compactified on a CalabiYau space are derived and found to contain order e \Gamma1=g s contributions, where g s is the string coupling. The computation reduces to a weighted sum of supersymmetric extrema ..."
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Nonperturbative instanton corrections to the moduli space geometry of type IIA string theory compactified on a CalabiYau space are derived and found to contain order e \Gamma1=g s contributions, where g s is the string coupling. The computation reduces to a weighted sum of supersymmetric
\Psiseries and obstructions to integrability of periodically perturbed one degree of freedom Hamiltonians
, 1997
"... A connection between the \Psiseries local expansion of the solution of a perturbed system of O.D.E.'s and the evaluation of the Mel'nikov vector with the method of residues has recently been found by Goriely and Tabor. By following an analogous procedure, we find a straightforward relatio ..."
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integrability criterion for one degree of freedom periodically perturbed Hamiltonian systems, whose integrable part is als...
The string dual of a confining fourdimensional gauge theory
, 2000
"... We study N = 1 gauge theories obtained by adding finite mass terms to N = 4 YangMills theory. The Maldacena dual is nonsingular: in each of the many vacua, there is an extended brane source, arising from Myers’ dielectric effect. The source consists of one or more (p,q) 5branes. In particular, the ..."
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We study N = 1 gauge theories obtained by adding finite mass terms to N = 4 YangMills theory. The Maldacena dual is nonsingular: in each of the many vacua, there is an extended brane source, arising from Myers’ dielectric effect. The source consists of one or more (p,q) 5branes. In particular
Spectral Analysis Of Rank One Perturbations And Applications
 LECTURE GIVEN AT THE VANCOUVER SUMMER SCHOOL IN MATHEMATICAL PHYSICS, AUGUST 1014, 1993.
, 1994
"... A review of the general theory of selfadjoint operators of the form A+ ffB where B is rank one is presented. Applications include proofs of localization for Schrodinger operators, results on inverse spectral theory, and examples of operators with singular continuous spectrum. ..."
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A review of the general theory of selfadjoint operators of the form A+ ffB where B is rank one is presented. Applications include proofs of localization for Schrodinger operators, results on inverse spectral theory, and examples of operators with singular continuous spectrum.
Chern–Simons Perturbation Theory
 II,” J. Diff. Geom
, 1994
"... Abstract. We study the perturbation theory for three dimensional Chern–Simons quantum field theory on a general compact three manifold without boundary. We show that after a simple change of variables, the action obtained by BRS gauge fixing in the Lorentz gauge has a superspace formulation. The bas ..."
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Abstract. We study the perturbation theory for three dimensional Chern–Simons quantum field theory on a general compact three manifold without boundary. We show that after a simple change of variables, the action obtained by BRS gauge fixing in the Lorentz gauge has a superspace formulation
Revealing information while preserving privacy
 In PODS
, 2003
"... We examine the tradeoff between privacy and usability of statistical databases. We model a statistical database by an nbit string d1,.., dn, with a query being a subset q ⊆ [n] to be answered by � i∈q di. Our main result is a polynomial reconstruction algorithm of data from noisy (perturbed) subset ..."
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) subset sums. Applying this reconstruction algorithm to statistical databases we show that in order to achieve privacy one has to add perturbation of magnitude Ω ( √ n). That is, smaller perturbation always results in a strong violation of privacy. We show that this result is tight by exemplifying access
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"... Abstract. A necessary and sufficient condition for the existence of a countably additive extension of a finite measure in the case of a twoelement disjoint perturbation of its aalgebra is given. A technique of proving which is based on a direct construction and which uses the outer and inner trace ..."
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Abstract. A necessary and sufficient condition for the existence of a countably additive extension of a finite measure in the case of a twoelement disjoint perturbation of its aalgebra is given. A technique of proving which is based on a direct construction and which uses the outer and inner
Perturbation
"... method for nonconvex integral functional∗ M. Ivanov†and N. Zlateva‡ We consider a model problem of minimization of an integral functional over Lipschitz curves. In order to ensure existence of minimum for some perturbed function, a novel variational principle is adapted. ..."
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method for nonconvex integral functional∗ M. Ivanov†and N. Zlateva‡ We consider a model problem of minimization of an integral functional over Lipschitz curves. In order to ensure existence of minimum for some perturbed function, a novel variational principle is adapted.
TO PERTURBATIONS*
, 1979
"... The sensitivity of a beamtransport line to various perturbations determines the extent to which or,e can iimplifyscmponent design and relax tolerances. Far the PEP iniection lines we have studied the effects of vario;s fabrication errors, magnet misalignments, andresidual s scattering. Using the TU ..."
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The sensitivity of a beamtransport line to various perturbations determines the extent to which or,e can iimplifyscmponent design and relax tolerances. Far the PEP iniection lines we have studied the effects of vario;s fabrication errors, magnet misalignments, andresidual s scattering. Using
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