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Necessary and sufficient conditions for flatness of control systems are obtained by using geometry of differential equations and deformation theory. The necessary conditions coincide with sufficient ones if some regularity condition holds. An example is considered to illustrate the approach.
We study some of the interactions between the Fourier Transform and the Riemann zeta function (and Dirichlet-Dedekind-Hecke-Tate L -functions).
We consider a minimizing sequence for the conformal energy in a given homotopy class of maps between two compact Riemannian manifolds M and N . In general this sequence will fail to be (strongly) convergent in the natural Sobolev class, but will have a weak limit which is not a priori in the...
A stratified bundle is a fibered space in which strata are classical bundles and in which attachment of strata is controlled by a structure category F of fibers. Well known results on fibre bundles are shown to be true for stratified bundles; namely the pull back theorem, the bundle theorem and...
Recall that for a function field F over an algebraically closed field the gonality of F is defined as the minimal index of a rational subfield. For n ε IF q T we derive a lower bound for the gonality of the Drinfeld modular curve X 0 (n). Then for Drinfeld IF q T -modules ɸ of rank 2 on a...
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