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… (disentangled Chern number). We generalize the idea to another topological number, the Z_ 2 Berry phase for a system with particle-hole symmetry, and apply it to a groundstate in a weak topological phase where the Chern number vanishes but…

We argue that the coordination of the activities of individual complex agents enables a system to develop and sustain complexity at a higher level. We exemplify relevant mechanisms through computer simulations of a toy system, a coupled…

We argue that since the definition of the dielectric function ϵ of a system holds at any coupling strength, and also in the absence of quasi-particles, holographic duality is an ideal framework for computing the dielectric function for…

However, such a system cannot take part simultaneously in two or more alternative macroscopically distinct sub-processes. Thus, introducing observables for entangled states is physically meaningless: Born’s formula for calculating the expectation…

… massive spin-two field emerging from possible higher curvature terms. 1 Introduction. It is well-known that quantum mechanical consistency of a system an electron with charge e and a monopole of charge g requires the quantization condition, eg =…

… we suggest a system architecture that extends the standard transfer-based machine translation paradigm with a humour processing component, which analyzes the full syntactic chart of the source sentence. An implementation within the existing MT system ‘KIT-FAST ’ is under way. We illustrate our approach with an example. …

… to be highlighted by the user interface, or to cause an interactive system to ask for a rephrasing. A system providing such an estimate is described, and examples from its practical application to an MT system are given. …

… one could recover information about quantum coherence: a) “revivals” of coherence in the interaction of a system with the measurement apparatus and the environment and b) the measurement of global observables of the system plus apparatus plus…

… (henceforth EL) which requires that the result of a measurement on a system be unaffected by the measurement on its distant correlated partner with which it has interacted in the past. This inequality turns out to be incompatible with quantum…

We argue that in a second order quantum phase transition driven by an inhomogeneous quench density of quasiparticle excitations is suppressed when velocity at which a critical point propagates across a system falls below a threshold…

Separating the chance of post-entry market exit into a system risk that is exogenous to all firms and a firm-specific risk that can be reduced by doing R&D, we find that only the most productive firms will invest in R&D. Incorporating…

… “Einstein Locality ” (henceforth EL) which requires that the result of a measurement on a system be unaffected by measurement on its distant correlated partner[1]. In this Letter we bring out the significance of BI in a hitherto unexplored…

… decision-maker. We discuss why a system of this sort might be particularly well-suited to psychiatric diagnosis, and describe preliminary work on an experimental prototype…

… that a free, online global biodiversity mapping tool utilizing distributed species occurrence records is now within reach and discuss how such a system can be built using existing technology. We also discuss additional challenges and…

… how these structures are used to solve the problems that plagued previous discourse planners, and allow a system to participate effectively and flexibly in an ongoing dialogue. Introduction The close connection between discourse and…

… how these structures are used to solve the problems that plagued previous discourse planners, and allow a system to participate effectively and flexibly in an ongoing dialogue. Comment: requires cogsci 94. sty, psfig. st…

… how these structures are used to solve the problems that plagued previous discourse planners, and allow a system to participate effectively and flexibly in an ongoing dialogue. A version of this paper appears in the Proceedings of the…

We argue that designing a system that “guarantees ” the privacy of its information may not be enough. One must also consider the price for providing that protection: For example, is the information preserved adequately? Does the system…

… equations of fuzzy mappings. We associate such a fuzzy mapping with a system of rules using a logical evaluation. The main-part of the paper is concerned with the investigation of some properties of these functions which are relevant for…

We argue that complex systems, defined as non-Poisson renewal process, with complexity index μ, exchange information through complexity matching. We illustrate this property with detailed theoretical and numerical calculations describing a

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