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Articles during this volume:

1-21
Oseledets Regularity services for Anosov Flows
Slobodan N. Simić

23-57
Spectral measurement and Random Walks at the Dimensional Uniform Spanning Tree
Martin T. Barlow and Robert Masson

59-83
Ancient Dynamics in Bianchi types: method of Periodic Cycles
S. Liebscher, J. Härterich, okay. Webster and M. Georgi

85-97
Hastings’s Additivity Counterexample through Dvoretzky’s Theorem
Guillaume Aubrun, Stanisław Szarek and Elisabeth Werner

99-130
Deformations of Quantum box Theories on Spacetimes with Killing Vector Fields
Claudio Dappiaggi, Gandalf Lechner and Eric Morfa-Morales

131-151
The Vortex-Wave Equation with a unmarried Vortex because the restrict of the Euler Equation
Clayton Bjorland

153-198
On the structures of Holomorphic Vertex Operator Algebras of principal cost 24
Ching Hung Lam

199-220
Energy Cascades and Flux Locality in actual Scales of the 3D Navier-Stokes Equations
R. Dascaliuc and Z. Grujić

221-277
Spectral and Quantum Dynamical homes of the Weakly Coupled Fibonacci Hamiltonian
David Damanik and Anton Gorodetski

279-331
The Hamiltonian constitution of the Nonlinear Schrödinger Equation and the Asymptotic balance of its floor States
Scipio Cuccagna

333-349
On the Self-Similar suggestions of the 3D Euler and the similar Equations
Dongho Chae

351-361
Weak-Strong strong point for Measure-Valued Solutions
Yann Brenier, Camillo De Lellis and László Székelyhidi

363-425
Effective Dynamics of Double Solitons for Perturbed mKdV
Justin Holmer, Galina Perelman and Maciej Zworski

427-440
Asymptotic Completeness in a category of Massless Relativistic Quantum box Theories
Wojciech Dybalski and Yoh Tanimoto

441-468
Symplectic Geometry of Entanglement
Adam Sawicki, Alan Huckleberry and Marek Kuś

469-485
An Algebraic model of Haag’s Theorem
Mihály Weiner

487-512
Unique Continuation for Schrödinger Evolutions, with purposes to Profiles of focus and touring Waves
L. Escauriaza, C. E. Kenig, G. Ponce and L. Vega

513-532
Constructing Self-Dual Strings
Christian Sämann

533-553
Hypercontractivity at the q-Araki-Woods Algebras
Hun Hee Lee and Éric Ricard

555-562
Second Eigenvalue of Paneitz Operators and suggest Curvature
Daguang Chen and Haizhong Li

563-604
On the preliminary stipulations and options of the Semiclassical Einstein Equations in a Cosmological Scenario
Nicola Pinamonti

605-631
Ornstein-Zernike Asymptotics for a normal “Two-Particle” Lattice Operator
C. Boldrighini, R. A. Minlos and A. Pellegrinotti

633-639
Landau-Zener Tunneling for Dephasing Lindblad Evolutions
J. E. Avron, M. Fraas, G. M. Graf and P. Grech

641-656
The Dirac Operator on Generalized Taub-NUT Spaces
Andrei Moroianu and Sergiu Moroianu

657-710
Ground country at excessive Density
András Sütő

711-739
Scaling Limits of Random Skew airplane walls with Arbitrarily Sloped again Walls
Sevak Mkrtchyan

741-796
Branching of Cantor Manifolds of Elliptic Tori and functions to PDEs
Massimiliano Berti and Luca Biasco

797-826
‘Return to Equilibrium’ for Weakly Coupled Quantum platforms: an easy Polymer Expansion
W. De Roeck and A. Kupiainen

827-843
A Generalized Grothendieck Inequality and Nonlocal Correlations that Require excessive Entanglement
Jop Briët, Harry Buhrman and Ben Toner

845
Erratum to: A KAM Theorem with purposes to Partial Differential Equations of upper Dimensions
Xiaoping Yuan

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8n If w = (w1 , w2 ), let u = (w1 − w2 , w1 + w2 ) and v = (−w2 , w1 ) so that {0, w, u, v} form four vertices of a square of side length |w|. Now consider the sets Q 1 = { jw : j = 0, . . , 2k}, Q 2 = {2kw + j (u − w) : j = 0, . . , 2k}, Q 3 = { jv : j = 0, . . , 2k}, Q 4 = {2kv + j (u − v) : j = 0, . . , 2k}, 4 Q i . Then Q consists of 8k lattice points on the perimeter of a and let Q = i=1 square of side length 2k |w|. Let x1 , . . , x8k be the ordering of these points obtained by letting x1 = 0 and then travelling along the perimeter of the square clockwise.

18). Then P(F1 ) ≤ Ce−ck 1/3 . 36) Spectral Dimension and Random Walks on 2-D Uniform Spanning Tree Proof. Let b = ek 1/3 45 . 4, P S[σbr , ∞) ∩ Br = ∅ ≤ Cb−1 ≤ Ce−k 1/3 . 37) If S[σ2r , ∞) hits more than k/2 balls (from the family B1 , . . , Bk ) then either S hits Br after time σbr , or S[σ2r , σbr ] hits more than k/2 balls. 37), it is therefore sufficient to prove that P( S[σ2r , σbr ] hits more than k/2 balls) ≤ Ce−ck 1/3 . 38) Let S be a simple random walk started at 0, and let L = L(S[0, σ4br ]).

Hence, if ω ∈ G, then |γ (0, z)| ≥ λ−1 G(r ) for every z ∈ ∂i B(0, r ), which proves (a). To prove (b) we use the Nash-Williams bound for resistance [NW59]. For 1 ≤ k ≤ λ−1 G(r ) let k be the set of z such that d(0, z) = k and z is connected to B(0, r )c by a path in {z} ∪ (U − γ (0, z)). Assume now that the event G holds. Then the k are disjoint sets disconnecting 0 and B(0, r )c , and so λ−1 G(r ) Reff (0, B(0, r ) ) ≥ | c k| −1 . k=1 Furthermore, each z ∈ k is on a path from 0 to a point in D1 , and so | k | ≤ |D1 | ≤ Cδ1−2 ≤ Cλ2 .

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