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We show that a static Lorentzian manifold satisfying a completeness assumption is geodesically connected. In particular, such condition is satisfied by all compact static manifolds; in the compact case, we also prove the existence of a closed geodesic in every free homotopy class determined by a...
We study rational curves on algebraic varieties, especially on normal affine varieties endowed with a ℂ*-action. For varieties with an isolated singularity, covered by a family of rational curves with a general member not passing through the singular point, we show that this singularity is...
Weakly hyperbolic involutions are introduced and a proof is given of the following local–global principle: a central simple algebra with involution of any kind is weakly hyperbolic if and only if its signature is zero for all orderings of the ground field. Also, the order of a weakly hyperbolic...
We study the vanishing properties of local homology of complexes of modules without assuming that its homology is artinian. Using vanishing results for local homology and cohomology we prove new vanishing results for Ext- and Tor-modules.
We prove that the stable endomorphism algebra of a module without self-extensions over a special biserial algebra is a gentle algebra. In particular, it is again special biserial. As a consequence, any algebra which is derived equivalent to a gentle algebra is gentle.
It has been asserted that the damped wave equation has the diffusive structure as t→∞. In this paper we consider the Cauchy problem in 3-dimensional space for the linear damped wave equation and the corresponding parabolic equation, and obtain the L
estimates of the difference of each...
The purpose of this paper is on the one hand to extend and generalize, in terms of Clifford translations, some results in a previous paper (Math. Z. 239 (2002), 277–291) concerning the existence of closed timelike geodesics in compact spacetimes, and on the other hand to prove that a compact...
=n/(n−2) and n≥3. In this paper, we first classify all non-constant solutions of
We then establish a sup + inf and a Moser-Trudinger type inequalities for the equation −Δu=u
. Our results illustrate that this equation is much closer to the Liouville problem −Δu=e
In analogy with the famous theorems of Mazur and Merel on the torsion subgroups of elliptic curves, one can formulate similar conjectures for the torsion points of Drinfeld modules. We prove some partial results for rank 2 Drinfeld 𝔽
[T]-modules, for example the uniform boundedness of the...
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