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Terno, Daniel R, E-mail: dterno@physics.mq.edu.au

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[en] Classical information that is retrieved from a quantum tetrahedron is intrinsically fuzzy. We present an asymptotically optimal generalized measurement for its extraction. For a single tetrahedron the optimal uncertainty in dihedral angles is shown to scale as an inverse of the surface area. The introduced commutative observables allow us to demonstrate how the clustering of many small tetrahedra leads to a faster convergence to a classical geometry.

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S0264-9381(09)90632-3; Available from http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0264-9381/26/3/035010; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

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Veiseh, Hana; Lotfi, Taher; Allahviranloo, Tofigh, E-mail: veisehana@yahoo.com, E-mail: lotfitaher@yahoo.com, E-mail: lotfi@iauh.ac.ir, E-mail: allahviranloo@yahoo.com

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[en] We present a local convergence analysis of a two-step and derivative-free Kung–Traub’s method, which is based on a parameter and has fourth order of convergence. Using basins of attraction of the method, dynamical behavior of the scheme is studied and the best choice of the parameter is found in the sense of reliability and stability. Some illustrative examples show that as the parameter gets close to zero, radius of convergence of the method becomes larger.

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Copyright (c) 2018 SBMAC - Sociedade Brasileira de Matemática Aplicada e Computacional; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

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Computational and Applied Mathematics; ISSN 0101-8205; ; v. 37(3); p. 2428-2444

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[en] Based on the notion of the ε -subgradient, we present a unified technique to establish convergence properties of several methods for nonsmooth convex minimization problems. Starting from the technical results, we obtain the global convergence of: (i) the variable metric proximal methods presented by Bonnans, Gilbert, Lemarechal, and Sagastizabal, (ii) some algorithms proposed by Correa and Lemarechal, and (iii) the proximal point algorithm given by Rockafellar. In particular, we prove that the Rockafellar-Todd phenomenon does not occur for each of the above mentioned methods. Moreover, we explore the convergence rate of { parallel x

_{k}parallel } and {f(x_{k}) } when {x_{k}} is unbounded and {f(x_{k}) } is bounded for the non-smooth minimization methods (i), (ii), and (iii)Primary Subject

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Copyright (c) 1998 Springer-Verlag New York Inc.; Article Copyright (c) Inc. 1998 Springer-Verlag New York; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

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Applied Mathematics and Optimization; ISSN 0095-4616; ; v. 38(2); p. 141-158

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Brambila-Paz, F.; Alonso, A.

International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste (Italy)

International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste (Italy)

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[en] A necessary and sufficient condition over a sequence {A

_{n}}_{n}is an element of N of σ-subalgebras that assures L^{p}-convergence of the conditional expectations will be given. The result generalizes the L^{p}-martingales, O'Reilly-Fetter and Boylan (equiconvergence) theorems. (author). 5 refsPrimary Subject

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[en] The paper is concerned with the behaviour of the coefficients of multiple Walsh-Paley series that are cube convergent to a finite sum. It is shown that even an everywhere convergent series of this kind may contain coefficients with numbers from a sufficiently large set that grow faster than any preassigned sequence. By Cohen's theorem, this sort of thing cannot happen for multiple trigonometric series that are cube convergent on a set of full measure — their coefficients cannot grow even exponentially. Null subsequences of coefficients are determined for multiple Walsh-Paley series that are cube convergent on a set of definite measure. Bibliography: 18 titles.

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Available from http://dx.doi.org/10.1070/SM2012v203n09ABEH004265; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

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Sbornik. Mathematics; ISSN 1064-5616; ; v. 203(9); p. 1295-1309

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Dirik, Fadime; Şahin, Pınar Okçu, E-mail: fdirik@sinop.edu.tr, E-mail: okcupinar@gmail.com

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[en] In the present work, we define a new type of statistical convergence by using the notion of the relatively uniform convergence. We prove a Korovkin-type approximation theorem with the help of this new definition. Then, we construct a strong example that satisfies our theory. Finally, we compute the rate of statistical relatively equal convergence.

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Copyright (c) 2017 Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature; Article Copyright (c) 2017 Springer International Publishing AG; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

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Results in Mathematics; ISSN 1422-6383; ; v. 72(3); p. 1613-1621

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[en] We investigate problems on a.e. convergence of Riemann sums R

_{n}f(x)=1/n Σ_{k=0}^{n-1}f(x+k/n), x element of T, with the use of classical maximal functions in R^{n}. A theorem on the equivalence of Riemann and ordinary maximal functions is proved, which allows us to use techniques and results of the theory of differentiation of integrals in R^{n}in these problems. Using this method we prove that for a certain sequence (n_{k}) the Riemann sums R_{nk}f(x) converge a.e. to f element of L^{p}, p>1. Bibliography: 23 titles.Primary Subject

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Available from http://dx.doi.org/10.1070/SM2009v200n04ABEH004007; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

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Sbornik. Mathematics; ISSN 1064-5616; ; v. 200(4); p. 521-548

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Akdağ, Sevda, E-mail: skarakus@sinop.edu.tr

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[en] In this paper, the concepts of weighted statistical pointwise convergence, weighted statistical uniform convergence and weighted equi-statistical convergence are introduced. Then, using weighted equi-statistical convergence, a general Korovkin type theorem is obtained. Also, an example such that our new approximation result works but its classical case does not work is constructed.

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Copyright (c) 2017 Springer International Publishing AG, part of Springer Nature; Article Copyright (c) 2016 Springer International Publishing; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

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Results in Mathematics; ISSN 1422-6383; ; v. 72(3); p. 1073-1085

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Liao Lizhi; Wang Shengli, E-mail: liliao@hkbu.edu.hk, E-mail: wangsl77@yahoo.com

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[en] In this paper we develop a self-adaptive projection and contraction method for the linear complementarity problem (LCP). This method improves the practical performance of the modified projection and contraction method by adopting a self-adaptive technique. The global convergence of our new method is proved under mild assumptions. Our numerical tests clearly demonstrate the necessity and effectiveness of our proposed method

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Copyright (c) 2003 Springer-Verlag; www.springer-ny.com; Country of input: International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA)

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Applied Mathematics and Optimization; ISSN 0095-4616; ; v. 48(3); p. 169-180

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McWilliams, J C

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., Livermore, CA (United States). Funding organisation: US Department of Energy (United States)

Lawrence Livermore National Lab., Livermore, CA (United States). Funding organisation: US Department of Energy (United States)

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[en] In [l] Brandt describes a general approach for algebraic coarsening. Given fine-grid equations and a prescribed relaxation method, an approach is presented for defining both the coarse-grid variables and the coarse-grid equations corresponding to these variables. Although, these two tasks are not necessarily related (and, indeed, are often performed independently and with distinct techniques) in the approaches of [1] both revolve around the same underlying observation. To determine whether a given set of coarse-grid variables is appropriate it is suggested that one should employ compatible relaxation. This is a generalization of so-called F-relaxation (e.g., [2]). Suppose that the coarse-grid variables are defined as a subset of the fine-grid variables. Then, F-relaxation simply means relaxing only the F-variables (i.e., fine-grid variables that do not correspond to coarse-grid variables), while leaving the remaining fine-grid variables (C-variables) unchanged. The generalization of compatible relaxation is in allowing the coarse-grid variables to be defined differently, say as linear combinations of fine-grid variables, or even nondeterministically (see examples in [1]). For the present summary it suffices to consider the simple case. The central observation regarding the set of coarse-grid variables is the following [1]: Observation 1--A general measure for the quality of the set of coarse-grid variables is the convergence rate of compatible relaxation. The conclusion is that a necessary condition for efficient multigrid solution (e.g., with convergence rates independent of problem size) is that the compatible-relaxation convergence be bounded away from 1, independently of the number of variables. This is often a sufficient condition, provided that the coarse-grid equations are sufficiently accurate. Therefore, it is suggested in [1] that the convergence rate of compatible relaxation should be used as a criterion for choosing and evaluating the set of coarse-grid variables. Once a coarse grid is chosen for which compatible relaxation converges fast, it follows that the dependence of the coarse-grid variables on each other decays exponentially or faster with the distance between them, measured in mesh-sizes. This implies that highly accurate coarse-grid equations can be constructed locally. A method for doing this by solving local constrained minimization problems is described in [1]. It is also shown how this approach can be applied to devise prolongation operators, which can be used for Galerkin coarsening in the usual way. In the present research we studied and developed methods based, in part, on these ideas. We developed and implemented an AMG approach which employs compatible relaxation to define the prolongation operator (hut is otherwise similar in its structure to classical AMG); we introduced a novel method for direct (i.e., non-Galerkin) algebraic coarsening, which is in the spirit of the approach originally proposed by Brandt in [1], hut is more efficient and well-defined; we investigated an approach for treating systems of equations and other problems where there is no unambiguous correspondence between equations and unknowns

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6 Nov 2000; 8 p; W--7405-ENG-48; Available from PURL: https://www.osti.gov/servlets/purl/15013125-QkbYiw/native/; 141 KBYTES

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