kanovei, vladimir lyubetsky, vassily

We make use of generalized iterations of the Sacks forcing to define cardinal-preserving generic extensions of the constructible universe L in which the axioms of ZF hold and in addition either (1) the parameter-free countable axiom of choice ACω* fails, or (2) ACω* holds but the full countable axiom of choice ACω fails in the domain of reals. In a...

m., luiz s. silva, manuel j.

The present two-part paper concerns the active vibration suppression for the simplest damped continuous system, namely the transverse oscillations of an elastic string, with constant tension and mass density per unit length and friction force proportional to the velocity, described by the telegraph or wave-diffusion equation, in two complementary p...

m., luiz s. silva, manuel j.

The question addressed is whether the free oscillations of a continuous system can be suppressed, or at least the total energy reduced, by applying external forces, using as example the linear undamped transverse oscillations of a uniform elastic string. The non-resonant forcing at an applied frequency, distinct from all natural frequencies, does n...

kanovei, vladimir lyubetsky, vassily

The problem of the existence of analytically definable well-orderings at a given level of the projective hierarchy is considered. This problem is important as a part of the general problem of the study of the projective hierarchy in the ongoing development of descriptive set theory. We make use of a finite support product of the Jensen-type forcing...

Hu, Zhi Wang, Huanjiong Dai, Junhu Ge, Quansheng Lin, Shaozhi
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Frontiers in Plant Science

Spring warming could induce earlier leaf-out or flowering of temperate plant species, and decreased chilling in winter has a delaying effect on spring phenology. However, the relative contribution of the decreased chilling and increased forcing on spring phenological change is unclear. Here, we analyzed the experimental data for 14 temperate woody ...

cánovas, jose s. bas, antonio linero lópez, gabriel soler

In this paper, we study the periods of interval exchange transformations. First, we characterize the periods of interval exchange transformations with one discontinuity. In particular, we prove that there is no forcing between periods of maps with two branches of continuity. This characterization is a partial solution to a problem by Misiurewicz. I...

kanovei, vladimir lyubetsky, vassily

In this paper, we prove the following: If n≥3, there is a generic extension of L—the constructible universe—in which it is true that the Separation principle holds for both effective (lightface) classes Σn1 and Πn1 of sets of integers. The result was announced long ago by Leo Harrington with a sketch of the proof for n=3; its full proof has never b...

kanovei, vladimir lyubetsky, vassily

The notion of ordinal definability and the related notions of ordinal definable sets (class OD) and hereditarily ordinal definable sets (class HOD) belong to the key concepts of modern set theory. Recent studies have discovered more general types of sets, still based on the notion of ordinal definability, but in a more blurry way. In particular, Tz...

fuchs, gunter

I begin the study of a hierarchy of (hereditarily)

kunz, achim blanke, michael

Phenological records of apple and pear trees, including flowering, harvest and leaf drop, and concomitant weather records at Klein-Altendorf (50° N) near Bonn, Germany were correlated using two approaches: (a) linear curve fitting and (b) comparison of mean values of the first 30 years (1956–1988) versus the recent 30 years of climate change (1989–...