Equivalence between the ADM-Hamiltonian and the harmonic-coordinates approaches to the third post-Newtonian dynamics of compact binaries
ASTRONOMIE
PERTURBATION
RAYONNEMENT GRAVITATIONNEL
ETOILES A NEUTRONS
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
DAMOUR
JARANOWSKI
SCHAFER
P/00/74
IHES
11/2000
A4
8 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_00_74.pdf
2000
Renormalization of non polynomial Lagrangians in Jaffe's class
RESEAUX CEREBRAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
DYNAMIQUE
THEORIES NON LINEAIRES
INFORMATIQUE QUANTIQUE
Abstract : t, It is shown how a renormalized perturbation series can be defined for a
theory with strictly locaI, non-polynomial, interacting Lagrangian
:A(x)r: 2e(x) = )__, t,-----
r=O r!
so as to preserve locality at every order.
EPSTEIN
GLASER
P/72/10
IHES
1972
A4
11 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_72_10.pdf
1972
Remarks on two theorems of E. Lieb
RESEAUX CEREBRAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
DYNAMIQUE
THEORIES NON LINEAIRES
INFORMATIQUE QUANTIQUE
Abstract : The concavity of two functions of a positive matrixA, Tr exp(B + logA) and TrA r KA p K* (whereB=B* andK are fixed matrices), recently proved by Lieb, can also be obtained by using the theory of Herglotz functions.
EPSTEIN
P/73/41
IHES
02/1973
A4
9 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_73_41.pdf
1973
Time-ordered products and Schwinger functions
RESEAUX CEREBRAUX
THEORIE DES CHAMPS
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
Abstract : It is shown that every system of time-ordered products for a local field theory determines a related system of Schwinger functions possessing an extended form of Osterwalder-Schrader positivity and that the converse is true provided certain growth conditions are satisfied. This is applied to the ? 3 4 theory and it is shown that the time-ordered functions andS-matrix elements admit the standard perturbation series as asymptotic expansions.
EPSTEIN
ECKMANN
P/78/227
IHES
1978
A4
35 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_78_227.pdf
1978
On the existence of Fegeinbaum's fixed point
RESEAUX CEREBRAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
ANALYSE FONCTIONNELLE
THEORIES NON LINEAIRES
DYNAMIQUE
Abstract : We give a proof of the existence of aC2, even solution of Feigenbaum's functional equation
g(x)=???10g(g(??0x)),g(0) = 1,
whereg is a map of [?1, 1] into itself. It extends to a real analytic function over ?.
EPSTEIN
CAMPANINO
P/80/35
IHES
1980
A4
38 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_80_35.pdf
1980
Analyticity properties of the Feigenbaum function
RESEAUX CEREBRAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
THEORIES NON LINEAIRES
DYNAMIQUE
INFORMATIQUE QUANTIQUE
Absract : Analyticity properties of the Feigenbaum function [a solution ofg(x)=???1g(g(?x)) withg(0)=1,g?(0)=0,g?(0)<0] are investigated by studying its inverse function which turns out to be Herglotz or anti-Herglotz on all its sheets. It is found thatg is analytic and uniform in a domain with a natural boundary.
EPSTEIN
LASCOUX
P/81/27
IHES
05/1981
A4
27 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_81_27.pdf
1981
Scaling of Mandelbrot sets generated by critical point preperiodicity
RESEAUX CEREBRAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
THEORIES NON LINEAIRES
DYNAMIQUE
Astract : Letz?f?(z) be a complex holomorphic function depending holomorphically on the complex parameter ?. If, for ?=0, a critical point off0 falls after a finite number of steps onto an unstable fixed point off0, then, in the parameter space, near 0, an infinity of more and more accurate copies of the Mandelbrot set appears. We compute their scaling properties.
EPSTEIN
ECKMANN
P/83/70
IHES
11/1983
A4
8 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_83_70.pdf
1983
On the Existence of fixed points of the composition operator for circle maps
RESEAUX CEREBRAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
THEORIES NON LINEAIRES
DYNAMIQUE
INFORMATIQUE QUANTIQUE
Abstract : In the theory of circle maps with golden ratio rotation number formulated by Feigenbaum, Kadanoff, and Shenker [FKS], and by Ostlund, Rand, Sethna, and Siggia [ORSS], a central role is played by fixed points of a certain composition operator in map space. We define a common setting for the problem of proving the existence of these fixed points and of those occurring in the theory of maps of the interval. We give a proof of the existence of the fixed points for a wide range of the parameters on which they depend.
EPSTEIN
ECKMANN
P/86/29
IHES
05/1986
A4
13 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_86_29.pdf
1986
Mean entropy of States in classical statistical mechanics
ENTROPIE
RESEAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
Abstract : The equilibrium states for an infinite system of classical mechanics may be represented by states over Abelian C* algebras. We consider here continuous and lattice systems and define a mean entropy for their states. The properties of this mean entropy are investigated : linearity, upper semi-continuity, integral representations. In the lattice case, it is found that our mean entropy coincides with the KOLMOGOROV-SINAI invariant of ergodic theory.
RUELLE
ROBINSON
P/66/04
IHES
1966
A4
25 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_66_04.pdf
1966
Condensation of lattice gases
RESEAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
CONDENSATION
GAZ
RUELLE
GINIBRE
GROSSMANN
P/66/X005
IHES
1966
A4
8 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_66_X005.pdf
1966
A Variational formulation of equilibrium statistical mechanics and the Gibbs phase rule
ENTROPIE
RESEAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
Abstract : It is shown that for an infinite lattice system, thermodynamic equilibrium is the solution of a variational problem involving a mean entropy of states introduced earlier [2]. As an application, a version of the Gibbs phase rule is proved.
RUELLE
P/67/X012
IHES
1967
A4
6 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_67_X012.pdf
1967
Integral representation of states on a C*-algebras
RESEAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
SYSTEMES DYNAMIQUES
Abstract : Let E be the compact set of states on a C?-algebra U with identity. We discuss the representations of a state ? as barycenter of a probability measure ? on E. Examples of such representations are the central decomposition and the ergodic decomposition. They are associated with an Abelian von Neumann algebra B in the commutant ?(U)? of the image of U in the representation canonically associated with ?. This situation is studied in general and a number of applications are discussed.
RUELLE
P/70/X029
IHES
1970
A4
30 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_70_X029.pdf
1970
Superstable interactions in classical statistical mechanics
RESEAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
FONCTIONS CONTINUES
FONCTIONS DE CORRELATION
EQUILIBRE
Abstract : We consider classical systems of particles inv dimensions. For a very large class of pair potentials (superstable lower regular potentials) it is shown that the correlation functions have bounds of the form ?(x1,...,xn)??n. Using these and further inequalities one can extend various results obtained by Dobrushin and Minlos [3] for the case of potentials which are non-integrably divergent at the origin. In particular it is shown that the pressure is a continuous function of the density. Infinite system equilibrium states are also defined and studied by analogy with the work of Dobrushin [2a] and of Lanford and Ruelle [11] for lattice gases.
RUELLE
P/70/X033
IHES
1970
A4
23 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_70_X033.pdf
1970
On the Nature of turbulence
RESEAUX
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
SYSTEMES DYNAMIQUES
INFORMATIQUE QUANTIQUE
SYSTEMES NON LINEAIRES
Abstract : A mechanism for the genetration of turbulence and related phenomena in dissipative systems is proposed.
RUELLE
TAKENS
P/70/X036
IHES
05/1970
A4
16 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_70_X036.pdf
1970
Small random perturbations of dynamical systems and the definition of attractors
RESEAUX
SYSTEMES DYNAMIQUES
PHYSIQUE STATISTIQUE
SYSTEMES COMPLEXES
THEORIES NON LINEAIRES
Abstract : The strange attractors plotted by computers and seen in physical experiments do not necessarily have an open basin of attraction. In view of this we study a new definition of attractors based on ideas of Conley. We argue that the attractors observed in the presence of small random perturbations correspond to this new definition.
RUELLE
P/81/23
IHES
03/1981
A4
15 f.
EN
TEXTE
PREPUBLICATION
P_81_23.pdf
1981