We generalize the P(N)-graded Lie superalgebras of Martinez-Zelmanov. This generalization is not so restrictive but suffcient enough so that we are able to have a classification for this generalized P(N)-graded Lie superalgebras. Our result is that the generalized P(N)-graded Lie super-algebra L is centrally isogenous to a matrix Lie superalgebra coordinated by an associative superalgebra with a super-involution. Moreover, L is P(N)-graded if and only if the coordinate algebra R is commutative and the super-involution is trivial. This recovers Martinez-Zelmanov's theorem for type P(N). We also obtain a generalization of Kac's coordinatization via Tits-Kantor-Koecher construction. Actually, the motivation of this generalization comes from the Fermionic-Bosonic module construction.
We consider the closed orientable hypersurfaces in a wide class of warped product manifolds, which include space forms, deSitter-Schwarzschild and Reissner-Nordström manifolds. By using an integral formula or Brendle's Heintze-Karcher type inequality, we present some new characterizations of umbilic hypersurfaces. These results can be viewed as generalizations of the classical Jellet-Liebmann theorem and the Alexandrov theorem in Euclidean space.
We investigate periodic solutions of regime-switching jump diffusions. We first show the well-posedness of solutions to stochastic differential equations corresponding to the hybrid system. Then, we derive the strong Feller property and irreducibility of the associated time-inhomogeneous semigroups. Finally, we establish the existence and uniqueness of periodic solutions. Concrete examples are presented to illustrate the results.
Based on the n-fold tensor product version of the generalized double-bosonization construction, we prove the Majid conjecture of the quantum Kac-Moody algebras version. Particularly, we give explicitly the double-bosonization type-crossing constructions of quantum Kac-Moody algebras for affine types
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By using the perpetual cutoff method, we prove two discrete versions of gradient estimates for bounded Laplacian on locally finite graphs with exception sets under the condition of
Proposition 5.5.6 (ii) in the book Markov Chains and Stochastic Stability (2nd ed, Cambridge Univ. Press, 2009) has been used in the proof of a theorem about ergodicity of Markov chains. Unfortunately, an example in this paper shows that this proposition is not always true. Thus, a correction of this proposition is provided.
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We study the law of the iterated logarithm (LIL) for the maximum likelihood estimation of the parameters (as a convex optimization problem) in the generalized linear models with independent or weakly dependent (
We study Dorroh extensions of algebras and Dorroh extensions of coalgebras. Their structures are described. Some properties of these extensions are presented. We also introduce the finite duals of algebras and modules which are not necessarily unital. Using these finite duals, we determine the dual relations between the two kinds of extensions.
We establish the global well-posedness of a strong solution to the 3D tropical climate model with damping. We prove that there exists the global and unique solution for α, β, γ satisfying one of the following three conditions: (1)
We study conformal minimal two-spheres immersed into the quaternionic projective space