Feger, Robert Kephart, Thomas W. Saskowski, Robert J.

We present LieART 2.0 which contains substantial extensions to the Mathematica application LieART (Lie Algebras and Representation Theory) for computations frequently encountered in Lie algebras and representation theory, such as tensor product decomposition and subalgebra branching of irreducible representations. The basic procedure is unchanged: ...

Brothier, Arnaud

Surprisingly Richard Thompson's groups have recently appeared in Jones' subfactor theory. Vaughan Jones is famous for linking theories that are a priori completely disconnected; for instance, his celebrated polynomial for links emanating from subfactor theory. This note is about a new beautiful story in mathematics which results from a fortunate ac...

Doikou, Anastasia Smoktunowicz, Agata

We examine links between the theory of braces and set theoretical solutions of the Yang-Baxter equation, and fundamental concepts from the theory of quantum integrable systems. More precisely, we make connections with Hecke algebras and we identify new quantum groups associated to set-theoretic solutions coming from braces. We also construct a nove...

Bantay, Peter

We present a detailed account of the properties of twisters and their generalizations, FC sets, which are essential ingredients of the orbifold deconstruction procedure aimed at recognizing whether a given conformal model may be obtained as an orbifold of another one, and if so, to identify the twist group and the original model. The close analogy ...

Rhodes, John Schilling, Anne

We show that the stationary distribution of a finite Markov chain can be expressed as the sum of certain normal distributions. These normal distributions are associated to planar graphs consisting of a straight line with attached loops. The loops touch only at one vertex either of the straight line or of another attached loop. Our analysis is based...

Kapovich, Michael

These are lectures on discrete groups of isometries of complex hyperbolic spaces, aimed to discuss interactions between the function theory on complex hyperbolic manifolds and the theory of discrete groups.

Bergman, George M

P.M. Cohn showed in 1971 that given a ring R, to describe, up to isomorphism, a division ring D generated by a homomorphic image of R is equivalent to specifying the set of square matrices over R which map to singular matrices over D, and he determined precisely the conditions that such a set of matrices must satisfy. The present author later devel...

Dey, Subhadip Kapovich, Michael Leeb, Bernhard

We prove an analogue of Klein combination theorem for Anosov subgroups by using a local-to-global principle for Morse quasigeodesics.

Dybalski, Wojciech Morinelli, Vincenzo

We prove the Bisognano-Wichmann property for asymptotically complete Haag-Kastler theories of massless particles. These particles should either be scalar or appear as a direct sum of two opposite integer helicities, thus, e.g., photons are covered. The argument relies on a modularity condition formulated recently by one of us (VM) and on the Buchho...

Hermon, Jonathan Hutchcroft, Thomas

We prove that critical percolation has no infinite clusters almost surely on any unimodular quasi-transitive graph satisfying a return probability upper bound of the form $p_n(v,v) \leq \exp\left[-\Omega(n^\gamma)\right]$ for some $\gamma>1/2$. The result is new in the case that the graph is of intermediate volume growth.