## Patterson-Sullivan theory for groups with a strongly contracting element

Using Patterson-Sullivan measures we investigate growth problems for groups acting on a metric space with a strongly contracting element.

Using Patterson-Sullivan measures we investigate growth problems for groups acting on a metric space with a strongly contracting element.

The median of a set of vertices $P$ of a graph $G$ is the set of all vertices $x$ of $G$ minimizing the sum of distances from $x$ to all vertices of $P$. In this paper, we present a linear time algorithm to compute medians in median graphs, improving over the existing quadratic time algorithm. We also present a linear time algorithm to compute medi...

Any Lipschitz map $f\colon M \to N$ between metric spaces can be ``linearised'' in such a way that it becomes a bounded linear operator $\widehat{f}\colon \mathcal F(M) \to \mathcal F(N)$ between the Lipschitz-free spaces over $M$ and $N$. The purpose of this note is to explore the connections between the injectivity of $f$ and the injectivity of $...

The set of covariance matrices equipped with the Bures-Wasserstein distance is the orbit space of the smooth, proper and isometric action of the orthogonal group on the Euclidean space of square matrices. This construction induces a natural orbit stratification on covariance matrices, which is exactly the stratification by the rank. Thus, the strat...

This paper studies a vertical powered descent problem in the context of planetary landing, considering glide-slope and thrust pointing constraints and minimizing any final cost. In a first time, it proves the Max-Min-Max or Max-Singular-Max form of the optimal control using the Pontryagin Maximum Principle, and it extends this result to a problem f...

We prove that the Kakeya maximal conjecture is equivalent to the Ω-Kakeya maximal conjecture. This completes a recent result in [2] where Keleti and Mathé proved that the Kakeya conjecture is equivalent to the Ω-Kakeya conjecture. Moreover, we improve concrete bound on the Hausdorff dimension of a Ω-Kakeya set : for any Bore set Ω in S n−1 , we pro...

In this article, one investigates in a very general frame mass transference principles from ball to arbitrary open sets when the sequence of balls is distributed according to a finite measure. As an application of the main theorem, a mass transference principle is established when the measure is self-similar with no separation conditions.

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The objective of this thesis is the classification of complex valued stationary centered Gaussian autoregressive time series. We study the case of one-dimensional time series as well as the more general case of multidimensional time series. The contribution of this thesis is both methodological and technical. The methodology presented can be used t...

This is an English version of an article published as: David Dureisseix, Recyclez ! Le Pli 162:20,2021, the journal of the Mouvement Français des Plieurs de Papier (MFPP), the French paperfoldingassociation.