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In the present paper we study the remaing nontrivial case, that of a negative central chargeN.


In this note we present a very simple method of proving that some hyperbolic manifoldsM have finite sheeted covers with positive first Betti number.


We present a new family of discrete subgroups ofSO (5, 1) isomorphic to lattices inSO (3, 1).


In the present article we propose a more detailed proof of this fact than the one given by Varagnolo and Vasserot.


In this paper we present an explicit formula for the twistors in the form of an infinite product of the universalR matrix ofUq(g).


We also present recursion relations satisfied by the characters and the monomial bases.


The present paper contains a systematic study of the structure of metric Lie algebras, i.e., finitedimensional real Lie algebras equipped with a nondegenerate invariant


As the first application, we present the first and second fundamental theorems for ${\rm SO}_n(K)$actions.


We present an algorithm for computing the invariant field k(X)G.


A number of q,tanalogues of this fact were conjectured in [10]; the present paper proves most of those conjectures, as well as some new identities suggested by the proof technique.


In this paper we present a technique for proving bounds of the BoasKacLukosz type for unsharply restricted functions with nonnegative Fourier transforms.


We present twosided singular value estimates for a class of convolutionproduct operators related to timefrequency localization.


We present two generalizations of the orthogonal basis of Malvar and CoifmanMeyer: biorthogonal and equal parity bases.


We present a method for finding the dual frame and, thereby, a method for reconstructing the signal from its samples.


We present an explicit, straightforward construction of smooth integrable functions with prescribed gaps around the origin in both time and frequency domain.


From the original framer to presentday timefrequency and timescale frames


The present work presents conditions on ? for which the transform relation holds in the classical sense, and extends this result to a class of generalizations of the Poisson formula in any number of dimensions.


In this paper we present two applications of a Stability Theorem of Hilbert frames to nonharmonic Fourier series and wavelet Riesz basis.


We present here a selfcontained derivation, building the decomposition from basic principles such as the Euclidean algorithm, with a focus on applying it to wavelet filtering.


With this paper, the present author joins the list.

