3
3.0

Jun 29, 2018
06/18

by
M. Brunetti; A. D'Aniello

texts

#
eye 3

#
favorite 0

#
comment 0

Le n be any positive integer. A hyperbinary expansion of n is are presentation of n as sum of powers of 2, each power being used at most twice. In this paper we study some properties of a suitable edge-coloured and vertex-weighted oriented graph A(n) whose nodes are precisely the several hyperbinary representations of n. In particular, we identify those integers m in N such that the fundamental group of A(m) is abelian.

Topics: Combinatorics, Mathematics

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1610.00903

9
9.0

Jan 10, 2020
01/20

by
Mauro M Brunetti; Stefano Soccio

texts

#
eye 9

#
favorite 0

#
comment 0

9
9.0

Jan 9, 2020
01/20

by
M M Brunetti; G Della Bella

texts

#
eye 9

#
favorite 0

#
comment 0

18
18

Jan 10, 2020
01/20

by
Mauro M Brunetti; Maurizio Forli; Giuseppe Vecchi

texts

#
eye 18

#
favorite 0

#
comment 0

56
56

Sep 22, 2013
09/13

by
M. Brunetti; E. Coccia; V. Fafone; F. Fucito

texts

#
eye 56

#
favorite 0

#
comment 0

In this paper we analyze the signal emitted by a compact binary system in the Jordan-Brans-Dicke theory. We compute the scalar and tensor components of the power radiated by the source and study the scalar waveform. Eventually we consider the detectability of the scalar component of the radiation by interferometers and resonant-mass detectors.

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/9805056v2

50
50

Sep 19, 2013
09/13

by
M. Bianchi; M. Brunetti; E. Coccia; F. Fucito; J. A. Lobo

texts

#
eye 50

#
favorite 0

#
comment 0

Gravitationally coupled scalar fields, originally introduced by Jordan, Brans and Dicke to account for a non constant gravitational coupling, are a prediction of many non-Einsteinian theories of gravity not excluding perturbative formulations of String Theory. In this paper, we compute the cross sections for scattering and absorption of scalar and tensor gravitational waves by a resonant-mass detector in the framework of the Jordan-Brans-Dicke theory. The results are then specialized to the...

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/gr-qc/9709045v1

4
4.0

Jun 29, 2018
06/18

by
D. Eeltink; N. Berti; N. Marchiando; S. Hermelin; J. Gateau; M. Brunetti; J. P. Wolf; J. Kasparian

texts

#
eye 4

#
favorite 0

#
comment 0

We study the triggering of single filaments due to turbulence in the beam path for a laser of power below the filamenting threshold. Turbulence can act as a switch between the beam not filamenting and producing single filaments. This 'positive' effect of turbulence on the filament probability, combined with our observation of off-axis filaments suggests the underlying mechanism is modulation instability caused by transverse perturbations. We hereby experimentally explore the interaction of...

Topics: Pattern Formation and Solitons, Optics, Nonlinear Sciences, Physics

Source: http://arxiv.org/abs/1608.06526