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Mathematics Centre Publications (2011)

Journal Papers

  • O. Castro-Alvaredo, B. Doyon and E.Levi "Arguments towards a c-theorem from branch-point twist fields" Journal of Physics A, Vol. 44 , pages 492003 (9pp) (2011).
  • A. Fring, M. Smith "PT invariant complex E(8) rootspaces" Int. Journal of Theoretical Physics, 50 p974 (2011).
  • A. Cavaglia, A. Fring, B. Bagchi, "PT-symmetry breaking in complex nonlinear wave equations and their deformations", Journal of Physics A 44, 325201(43) (2011)
  • Amihay Hanany, Yang-Hui He,  Vishnu Jejjala, Jurgis Pasukonis, Sanjaye Ramgoolam, Diego Rodriguez-Gomez "The Beta Ansatz: A Tale of Two Complex Structures" Journal of High Energy Physics, arXiv:1104.5490, in press (2011).
  • Bogdan Stefanski; R. A. Reid-Edwards "On Type IIA geometries dual to N = 2 SCFTs" Nuclear Physics. B., In Press (2011).
  • Broom M, Rychtář J. "Kleptoparasitic melees - modelling food stealing featuring contests with multiple individuals" Bulletin of Mathematical Biology, 73 683-699 (2011).
  • Cox A ; De Visscher M; Martin P "Alcove geometry and a translation principle for the Brauer algebra" J. Pure and Applied Algebra 215, 335-367 (2011).
  • O. Castro-Alvaredo and E. Levi, "Higher particle form factors of branch point twist fields in integrable quantum field theories", Journal of Physics A44 255401, 24pp (2011).
  • O. Castro-Alvaredo and B. Doyon "Permutation operators, entanglement entropy, and the XXZ spin chain in the limit Δ-> -1" Journal of Statistical Mechanics P02001, 30pp (2011).
  • Y.-H.~He "Graph Zeta Function and Gauge Theories" The Journal of High Energy Physics, 1103, 064 (2011).
  • Y.-H. He, "Polynomial Roots and Calabi-Yau Geometries" Advances in High Energy Physics, arXiv:1010.0656, in press (2011).

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