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Hall's universal group has ample generic automorphisms Early View

  • Journal: Mathematical Logic Quarterly
  • Authors: Shichang Song
  • Published Date: Jul 28, 2019

Abstract We show that the automorphism group of Hall's universal locally finite group has ample generics, that is, it admits comeager diagonal conjugacy classes in all dimensions. Consequently, it has...

Neutrally expandable models of arithmetic Early View

  • Journal: Mathematical Logic Quarterly
  • Authors: Athar Abdul‐Quader, Roman Kossak
  • Published Date: Jul 28, 2019

Abstract A subset of a model of is called neutral if it does not change the relation. A model with undefinable neutral classes is called neutrally expandable. We study the existence and non‐existence...

On cardinal characteristics of Yorioka ideals Early View

  • Journal: Mathematical Logic Quarterly
  • Authors: Miguel A. Cardona, Diego A. Mejía
  • Published Date: Jul 28, 2019

Abstract Yorioka introduced a class of ideals (parametrized by reals) on the Cantor space to prove that the relation between the size of the continuum and the cofinality of the strong measure zero...

A variant of Shelah's characterization of Strong Chang's Conjecture Early View

  • Journal: Mathematical Logic Quarterly
  • Authors: Sean Cox, Hiroshi Sakai
  • Published Date: Jul 28, 2019

Abstract Shelah considered a certain version of Strong Chang's Conjecture which we denote , and proved that it is equivalent to several statements, including the assertion that Namba forcing is...

Souslin trees at successors of regular cardinals Early View

  • Journal: Mathematical Logic Quarterly
  • Authors: Assaf Rinot
  • Published Date: Aug 05, 2019

Abstract We present a weak sufficient condition for the existence of Souslin trees at successor of regular cardinals. The result is optimal and simultaneously improves an old theorem of Gregory and a...

Comparative study of clustering techniques for real‐time dynamic model reduction Early View

  • Journal: Statistical Analysis and Data Mining: The ASA Data Science Journal
  • Authors: Emilie Purvine, Eduardo Cotilla‐Sanchez, Mahantesh Halappanavar, Zhenyu Huang, Guang Lin, Shuai Lu, Shaobu Wang
  • Published Date: Aug 24, 2017

Dynamic model reduction in power systems is necessary for improving computational efficiency. Traditional model reduction using linearized models or offline analysis is not adequate to...

Joining statistics and geophysics for assessment and uncertainty quantification of three‐dimensional seismic Earth models Early View

  • Journal: Statistical Analysis and Data Mining: The ASA Data Science Journal
  • Authors: Carène Larmat, Monica Maceira, David M. Higdon, Dale N. Anderson
  • Published Date: Aug 29, 2017

Seismic inversions produce seismic models, which are 3‐dimensional (3D) images of wave velocity of the entire planet retrieved by fitting seismic measurements made on records of past...

Clustering over‐dispersed data with mixed feature types Early View

  • Journal: Statistical Analysis and Data Mining: The ASA Data Science Journal
  • Authors: Lu Wang, Dongxiao Zhu, Ming Dong
  • Published Date: Jan 10, 2018

Despite many data clustering methods are available, most of them uncover compactness or connectivity as the intrinsic structure of unlabeled data. Very few approaches explicitly consider...

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