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449  Character Density in Central Subalgebras of Compact Quantum Groups Alaghmandan, Mahmood; Crann, Jason
We investigate quantum group generalizations
of various density results from Fourier analysis on compact groups.
In particular, we establish the density of characters in the
space of fixed points of the conjugation action on $L^2(\mathbb{G})$, and
use this result to show the weak* density and norm density of
characters in $ZL^\infty(\mathbb{G})$ and $ZC(\mathbb{G})$, respectively. As a corollary,
we partially answer an open question of Woronowicz.
At the level of $L^1(\mathbb{G})$, we show that the center
$\mathcal{Z}(L^1(\mathbb{G}))$
is precisely the closed linear span of the quantum characters
for a large class of compact quantum groups, including arbitrary
compact Kac algebras. In the latter setting, we show, in addition,
that $\mathcal{Z}(L^1(\mathbb{G}))$ is a completely complemented
$\mathcal{Z}(L^1(\mathbb{G}))$submodule
of $L^1(\mathbb{G})$.


462  Functions Universal for All Translation Operators in Several Complex Variables Bayart, Frédéric; Gauthier, Paul M
We prove the existence of
a (in fact many)
holomorphic function $f$ in $\mathbb{C}^d$ such that, for any $a\neq
0$, its translations $f(\cdot+na)$ are dense in $H(\mathbb{C}^d)$.


470  MaurerCartan Elements in the Lie Models of Finite Simplicial Complexes Buijs, Urtzi; Félix, Yves; Murillo, Aniceto; Tanré, Daniel
In a previous work, we have associated a complete differential
graded Lie algebra
to any finite simplicial complex in a functorial way.
Similarly, we have also a realization functor from the category
of complete differential graded Lie algebras
to the category of simplicial sets.
We have already interpreted the homology of a Lie algebra
in terms of homotopy groups of its realization.
In this paper, we begin a dictionary between models
and simplicial complexes by establishing a correspondence
between the Deligne groupoid of the model and the connected components
of the finite simplicial complex.


478  Springer's Weyl Group Representation via Localization Carrell, Jim; Kaveh, Kiumars
Let $G$ denote a reductive algebraic group over
$\mathbb{C}$
and $x$ a nilpotent element of its Lie algebra $\mathfrak{g}$. The Springer
variety $\mathcal{B}_x$
is the closed subvariety of the flag variety $\mathcal{B}$ of $G$ parameterizing
the
Borel subalgebras of $\mathfrak{g}$ containing $x$. It has the remarkable
property that
the Weyl group $W$ of $G$ admits a representation on the cohomology
of $\mathcal{B}_x$
even though $W$ rarely acts on $\mathcal{B}_x$ itself. Wellknown constructions
of this action
due to Springer et al use technical machinery from algebraic
geometry.
The purpose of this note is to describe an elementary approach
that gives this action
when $x$ is what we call parabolicsurjective. The idea is to
use localization to construct an action of $W$ on
the equivariant cohomology algebra $H_S^*(\mathcal{B}_x)$, where $S$ is a certain algebraic
subtorus of $G$.
This action descends to $H^*(\mathcal{B}_x)$ via the forgetful map and
gives the desired representation. The parabolicsurjective case
includes all nilpotents of type $A$ and,
more generally, all nilpotents for which it is known that $W$
acts on
$H_S^*(\mathcal{B}_x)$ for some torus $S$.
Our result is deduced from a general theorem describing
when a group action on the cohomology of the fixed point set of a
torus action
on a space lifts to the full cohomology algebra of the space.


484  A Note on Lawton's Theorem Dobrowolski, Edward
We prove Lawton's conjecture about the upper bound on the measure
of the set on the unit circle on which a complex polynomial with
a bounded number of coefficients takes small values. Namely,
we prove that Lawton's bound holds for polynomials that are not
necessarily monic. We also provide an analogous bound for polynomials
in several variables. Finally, we investigate the dependence
of the bound on the multiplicity of zeros for polynomials in
one variable.


490  A RiemannHurwitz Theorem for the Algebraic Euler Characteristic Fiori, Andrew
We prove an analogue of the RiemannHurwitz theorem for computing
Euler characteristics of pullbacks of coherent sheaves through
finite maps of smooth projective varieties in arbitrary dimensions,
subject only to the condition that the irreducible components
of the branch and ramification locus have simple normal crossings.


510  Convexnormal (Pairs of) Polytopes Haase, Christian; Hofmann, Jan
In 2012 Gubeladze (Adv. Math. 2012)
introduced the notion of $k$convexnormal polytopes to show
that
integral polytopes all of whose edges are longer than $4d(d+1)$
have
the integer decomposition property.
In the first part of this paper we show that for lattice polytopes
there is no difference between $k$ and $(k+1)$convexnormality
(for
$k\geq 3 $) and improve the bound to $2d(d+1)$. In the second
part we
extend the definition to pairs of polytopes. Given two rational
polytopes $P$ and $Q$, where the normal fan of $P$ is a refinement
of
the normal fan of $Q$.
If every edge $e_P$ of $P$ is at least $d$ times as long as the
corresponding face (edge or vertex) $e_Q$ of $Q$, then $(P+Q)\cap
\mathbb{Z}^d
= (P\cap \mathbb{Z}^d ) + (Q \cap \mathbb{Z}^d)$.


522  On the Singular Sheaves in the Fine Simpson Moduli Spaces of $1$dimensional Sheaves Iena, Oleksandr; Leytem, Alain
In the Simpson moduli space $M$ of semistable sheaves with
Hilbert polynomial $dm1$ on a projective plane we study the
closed subvariety $M'$ of sheaves that are not locally free on
their support. We show that for $d\ge 4$ it is a singular subvariety
of codimension $2$ in $M$. The blow up of $M$ along $M'$ is interpreted
as a (partial) modification of $M\setminus M'$ by line bundles
(on support).


536  The Gradient of a Solution of the Poisson Equation in the Unit Ball and Related Operators Kalaj, David; Vujadinović, Djordjije
In this paper we determine the $L^1\to L^1$ and $L^{\infty}\to
L^\infty$ norms of an integral operator $\mathcal{N}$ related
to the gradient of the solution of Poisson equation in the unit
ball with vanishing boundary data in sense of distributions.


546  On Polarized K3 Surfaces of Genus 33 Karzhemanov, Ilya
We prove that the moduli space of smooth primitively polarized
$\mathrm{K3}$ surfaces of genus $33$ is unirational.


561  Nuij Type Pencils of Hyperbolic Polynomials Kurdyka, Krzysztof; Paunescu, Laurentiu
Nuij's theorem states that if a polynomial $p\in \mathbb{R}[z]$ is hyperbolic
(i.e. has only real roots) then $p+sp'$ is also hyperbolic for
any
$s\in \mathbb{R}$. We study other perturbations of hyperbolic polynomials
of the form $p_a(z,s): =p(z) +\sum_{k=1}^d a_ks^kp^{(k)}(z)$.
We give a full characterization of those $a= (a_1, \dots,
a_d) \in \mathbb{R}^d$ for which $p_a(z,s)$ is a pencil of hyperbolic
polynomials.
We give also a full characterization of those $a= (a_1, \dots,
a_d) \in \mathbb{R}^d$ for which the associated families $p_a(z,s)$
admit universal determinantal representations. In fact we show
that all these sequences come from special symmetric Toeplitz
matrices.


571  Weak Factorizations of the Hardy space $H^1(\mathbb{R}^n)$ in terms of Multilinear Riesz Transforms Li, Ji; Wick, Brett D.
This paper provides a constructive proof of the weak factorization
of the classical Hardy space $H^1(\mathbb{R}^n)$ in terms of
multilinear Riesz transforms. As a direct application, we obtain
a new proof of the characterization of ${\rm BMO}(\mathbb{R}^n)$
(the dual of $H^1(\mathbb{R}^n)$) via commutators of the multilinear
Riesz transforms.


586  Endpoint Regularity of Multisublinear Fractional Maximal Functions Liu, Feng; Wu, Huoxiong
In this paper we investigate
the endpoint regularity properties of the multisublinear
fractional maximal operators, which include the multisublinear
HardyLittlewood maximal operator. We obtain some new bounds
for the derivative of the onedimensional multisublinear
fractional maximal operators acting on vectorvalued function
$\vec{f}=(f_1,\dots,f_m)$ with all $f_j$ being $BV$functions.


604  Stackings and the $W$cycles Conjecture Louder, Larsen; Wilton, Henry
We prove Wise's $W$cycles conjecture: Consider a compact graph
$\Gamma'$ immersing into another graph $\Gamma$. For any immersed
cycle $\Lambda:S^1\to \Gamma$, we consider the map $\Lambda'$
from
the circular components $\mathbb{S}$ of the pullback to $\Gamma'$.
Unless
$\Lambda'$ is reducible, the degree of the covering map $\mathbb{S}\to
S^1$ is bounded above by minus the Euler characteristic of
$\Gamma'$. As a corollary, any finitely generated subgroup
of a
onerelator group has finitely generated Schur multiplier.


613  On the Dimension of the Locus of Determinantal Hypersurfaces Reichstein, Zinovy; Vistoli, Angelo
The characteristic polynomial $P_A(x_0, \dots,
x_r)$
of an $r$tuple $A := (A_1, \dots, A_r)$ of $n \times n$matrices
is
defined as
\[ P_A(x_0, \dots, x_r) := \det(x_0 I + x_1 A_1 + \dots + x_r
A_r) \, . \]
We show that if $r \geqslant 3$
and $A := (A_1, \dots, A_r)$ is an $r$tuple of $n \times n$matrices in general position,
then up to conjugacy, there are only finitely many $r$tuples
$A' := (A_1', \dots, A_r')$ such that $p_A = p_{A'}$. Equivalently,
the locus of determinantal hypersurfaces of degree $n$ in $\mathbf{P}^r$
is irreducible of dimension $(r1)n^2 + 1$.


631  Traceless Maps as the Singular Minimizers in the Multidimensional Calculus of Variations ShahrokhiDehkordi, M. S.
Let $\Omega \subset \mathbb{R}^n$ be a bounded Lipschitz domain and
consider
the energy functional
\begin{equation*}
{\mathcal F}[u, \Omega] := \int_{\Omega} {\rm F}(\nabla {\bf u}(\bf x))\, d{\bf x},
\end{equation*}
over the space of $W^{1,2}(\Omega, \mathbb{R}^m)$ where the integrand
${\rm F}: \mathbb M_{m\times n}\to \mathbb{R}$ is a smooth uniformly
convex function
with bounded second derivatives. In this paper we address the
question of
regularity for solutions of the corresponding system of
EulerLagrange equations.
In particular we introduce a class of singular maps referred
to as traceless and
examine them as a new counterexample to the regularity of minimizers
of the energy
functional $\mathcal F[\cdot,\Omega]$ using a method based on
null Lagrangians.


641  Mixed $f$divergence for Multiple Pairs of Measures Werner, Elisabeth; Ye, Deping
In this paper, the concept of the classical $f$divergence for
a pair of measures is extended to the mixed $f$divergence for
multiple pairs of measures. The mixed $f$divergence provides
a way to measure the difference between multiple pairs of (probability)
measures. Properties for the mixed $f$divergence are established,
such as permutation invariance and symmetry in distributions.
An
AlexandrovFenchel type inequality and an isoperimetric inequality
for the
mixed $f$divergence are proved.


655  Characterizations of BesovType and TriebelLizorkinType Spaces via Averages on Balls Zhuo, Ciqiang; Sickel, Winfried; Yang, Dachun; Yuan, Wen
Let $\ell\in\mathbb N$ and $\alpha\in (0,2\ell)$. In this article,
the authors establish
equivalent characterizations
of Besovtype spaces, TriebelLizorkintype
spaces and BesovMorrey spaces via the sequence
$\{fB_{\ell,2^{k}}f\}_{k}$ consisting of the difference between
$f$ and
the ball average $B_{\ell,2^{k}}f$. These results give a way
to introduce Besovtype spaces,
TriebelLizorkintype spaces and BesovMorrey spaces with any
smoothness order
on metric measure spaces. As special cases, the authors obtain
a new characterization of MorreySobolev spaces
and $Q_\alpha$ spaces with $\alpha\in(0,1)$, which are of independent
interest.

