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Using discrete Ricci curvatures to infer COVID19 epidemic network fragility and systemic risk
(2021)The damage of the novel Coronavirus disease (COVID19) is reaching unprecedented scales. There are numerous classical epidemiology models trying to quantify epidemiology metrics. Usually, to forecast epidemics, classical ... 
Delta invariant of curves on rational surfaces I. An analytic approach
(20210101)We prove that if (C, 0) is a reduced curve germ on a rational surface singularity (X, 0) then its delta invariant can be recovered by a concrete expression associated with the embedded topological type of the pair C X. ... 
Numerical approximation of the fractional Laplacian on R using orthogonal families
(20201201)In this paper, using wellknown complex variable techniques, we compute explicitly, in terms of the F12 Gaussian hypergeometric function, the onedimensional fractional Laplacian of the complex Higgins functions, the complex ... 
High temperature convergence of the KMS boundary conditions: The BoseHubbard model on a finite graph
(20210801)The KuboMartinSchwinger (KMS) condition is a widely studied fundamental property in quantum statistical mechanics which characterizes the thermal equilibrium states of quantum systems. In the seventies, Gallavotti and ... 
LUNAR: Cellular automata for drifting data streams
(20210108)With the advent of fast data streams, realtime machine learning has become a challenging task, demanding many processing resources. In addition, they can be affected by the concept drift effect, by which learning methods ...