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26. CMB 2010 (vol 53 pp. 503)

Kurenok, V. P.
 The Time Change Method and SDEs with Nonnegative Drift Using the time change method we show how to construct a solution to the stochastic equation $dX_t=b(X_{t-})dZ_t+a(X_t)dt$ with a nonnegative drift $a$ provided there exists a solution to the auxililary equation $dL_t=[a^{-1/\alpha}b](L_{t-})d\bar Z_t+dt$ where $Z, \bar Z$ are two symmetric stable processes of the same index $\alpha\in(0,2]$. This approach allows us to prove the existence of solutions for both stochastic equations for the values $0<\alpha<1$ and only measurable coefficients $a$ and $b$ satisfying some conditions of boundedness. The existence proof for the auxililary equation uses the method of integral estimates in the sense of Krylov. Keywords:One-dimensional SDEs, symmetric stable processes, nonnegative drift, time change, integral estimates, weak convergenceCategories:60H10, 60J60, 60J65, 60G44

27. CMB 2010 (vol 53 pp. 327)

Luor, Dah-Chin
 Multidimensional Exponential Inequalities with Weights We establish sufficient conditions on the weight functions $u$ and $v$ for the validity of the multidimensional weighted inequality $$\Bigl(\int_E \Phi(T_k f(x))^q u(x)\,dx\Bigr)^{1/q} \le C \Bigl (\int_E \Phi(f(x))^p v(x)\,dx\Bigr )^{1/p},$$ where 0<$p$, $q$<$\infty$, $\Phi$ is a logarithmically convex function, and $T_k$ is an integral operator over star-shaped regions. The condition is also necessary for the exponential integral inequality. Moreover, the estimation of $C$ is given and we apply the obtained results to generalize some multidimensional Levin--Cochran-Lee type inequalities. Keywords:multidimensional inequalities, geometric mean operators, exponential inequalities, star-shaped regionsCategories:26D15, 26D10

28. CMB 2008 (vol 51 pp. 236)

 Konovalov, Victor N.; Kopotun, Kirill A.

29. CMB 2007 (vol 50 pp. 481)

Blanlœil, Vincent; Saeki, Osamu
 Concordance des nÅuds de dimension $4$ We prove that for a simply connected closed $4$-dimensional manifold, its embeddings into the sphere of dimension $6$ are all concordant to each other. Keywords:concordance, cobordisme, n{\oe}ud de dimension $4$, chirurgie plongÃ©eCategories:57Q45, 57Q60, 57R40, 57R65, 57N13

30. CMB 2007 (vol 50 pp. 588)

Labute, John; Lemire, Nicole; Mináč, Ján; Swallow, John
 Cohomological Dimension and Schreier's Formula in Galois Cohomology Let $p$ be a prime and $F$ a field containing a primitive $p$-th root of unity. Then for $n\in \N$, the cohomological dimension of the maximal pro-$p$-quotient $G$ of the absolute Galois group of $F$ is at most $n$ if and only if the corestriction maps $H^n(H,\Fp) \to H^n(G,\Fp)$ are surjective for all open subgroups $H$ of index $p$. Using this result, we generalize Schreier's formula for $\dim_{\Fp} H^1(H,\Fp)$ to $\dim_{\Fp} H^n(H,\Fp)$. Keywords:cohomological dimension, Schreier's formula, Galois theory, $p$-extensions, pro-$p$-groupsCategories:12G05, 12G10

31. CMB 2006 (vol 49 pp. 247)

Myjak, Józef; Szarek, Tomasz; Ślȩczka, Maciej
 A Szpilrajn--Marczewski Type Theorem for Concentration Dimension on Polish Spaces Let $X$ be a Polish space. We will prove that $$\dim_T X=\inf \{\dim_L X': X'\text{ is homeomorphic to } X\},$$ where $\dim_L X$ and $\dim_T X$ stand for the concentration dimension and the topological dimension of $X$, respectively. Keywords:Hausdorff dimension, topological dimension, LÃ©vy concentration function, concentration dimensionCategories:11K55, 28A78

32. CMB 2005 (vol 48 pp. 614)

Tuncali, H. Murat; Valov, Vesko
 On Finite-to-One Maps Let $f\colon X\to Y$ be a $\sigma$-perfect $k$-dimensional surjective map of metrizable spaces such that $\dim Y\leq m$. It is shown that for every positive integer $p$ with $p\leq m+k+1$ there exists a dense $G_{\delta}$-subset ${\mathcal H}(k,m,p)$ of $C(X,\uin^{k+p})$ with the source limitation topology such that each fiber of $f\triangle g$, $g\in{\mathcal H}(k,m,p)$, contains at most $\max\{k+m-p+2,1\}$ points. This result provides a proof the following conjectures of S. Bogatyi, V. Fedorchuk and J. van Mill. Let $f\colon X\to Y$ be a $k$-dimensional map between compact metric spaces with $\dim Y\leq m$. Then: \begin{inparaenum}[\rm(1)] \item there exists a map $h\colon X\to\uin^{m+2k}$ such that $f\triangle h\colon X\to Y\times\uin^{m+2k}$ is 2-to-one provided $k\geq 1$; \item there exists a map $h\colon X\to\uin^{m+k+1}$ such that $f\triangle h\colon X\to Y\times\uin^{m+k+1}$ is $(k+1)$-to-one. \end{inparaenum} Keywords:finite-to-one maps, dimension, set-valued mapsCategories:54F45, 55M10, 54C65

33. CMB 2005 (vol 48 pp. 340)

Andruchow, Esteban
 Short Geodesics of Unitaries in the $L^2$ Metric Let $\M$ be a type II$_1$ von Neumann algebra, $\tau$ a trace in $\M$, and $\l2$ the GNS Hilbert space of $\tau$. We regard the unitary group $U_\M$ as a subset of $\l2$ and characterize the shortest smooth curves joining two fixed unitaries in the $L^2$ metric. As a consequence of this we obtain that $U_\M$, though a complete (metric) topological group, is not an embedded riemannian submanifold of $\l2$ Keywords:unitary group, short geodesics, infinite dimensional riemannian manifolds.Categories:46L51, 58B10, 58B25

34. CMB 2004 (vol 47 pp. 332)

Charette, Virginie; Goldman, William M.; Jones, Catherine A.
 Recurrent Geodesics in Flat Lorentz $3$-Manifolds Let $M$ be a complete flat Lorentz $3$-manifold $M$ with purely hyperbolic holonomy $\Gamma$. Recurrent geodesic rays are completely classified when $\Gamma$ is cyclic. This implies that for any pair of periodic geodesics $\gamma_1$, $\gamma_2$, a unique geodesic forward spirals towards $\gamma_1$ and backward spirals towards $\gamma_2$. Keywords:geometric structures on low-dimensional manifolds, notions of recurrenceCategories:57M50, 37B20

35. CMB 2001 (vol 44 pp. 266)

Cencelj, M.; Dranishnikov, A. N.
 Extension of Maps to Nilpotent Spaces We show that every compactum has cohomological dimension $1$ with respect to a finitely generated nilpotent group $G$ whenever it has cohomological dimension $1$ with respect to the abelianization of $G$. This is applied to the extension theory to obtain a cohomological dimension theory condition for a finite-dimensional compactum $X$ for extendability of every map from a closed subset of $X$ into a nilpotent $\CW$-complex $M$ with finitely generated homotopy groups over all of $X$. Keywords:cohomological dimension, extension of maps, nilpotent group, nilpotent spaceCategories:55M10, 55S36, 54C20, 54F45

36. CMB 2001 (vol 44 pp. 80)

Levin, Michael
 Constructing Compacta of Different Extensional Dimensions Applying the Sullivan conjecture we construct compacta of certain cohomological and extensional dimensions. Keywords:cohomological dimension, Eilenberg-MacLane complexes, Sullivan conjectureCategories:55M10, 54F45, 55U20

37. CMB 1997 (vol 40 pp. 47)

Hartl, Manfred
 A universal coefficient decomposition for subgroups induced by submodules of group algebras Dimension subgroups and Lie dimension subgroups are known to satisfy a universal coefficient decomposition', {\it i.e.} their value with respect to an arbitrary coefficient ring can be described in terms of their values with respect to the universal' coefficient rings given by the cyclic groups of infinite and prime power order. Here this fact is generalized to much more general types of induced subgroups, notably covering Fox subgroups and relative dimension subgroups with respect to group algebra filtrations induced by arbitrary $N$-series, as well as certain common generalisations of these which occur in the study of the former. This result relies on an extension of the principal universal coefficient decomposition theorem on polynomial ideals (due to Passi, Parmenter and Seghal), to all additive subgroups of group rings. This is possible by using homological instead of ring theoretical methods. Keywords:induced subgroups, group algebras, Fox subgroups, relative dimension, subgroups, polynomial idealsCategories:20C07, 16A27
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