The authors construct new families of smooth admissible $\overline{\mathbb{F}}_p$-representations of $\mathrm{GL}_2(F)$, where $F$ is a finite extension of $\mathbb{Q}_p$. When $F$ is unramified, these representations have the $\mathrm{GL}_2({\mathcal O}_F)$-socle predicted by the recent generalizations of Serre's modularity conjecture. The authors' motivation is a hypothetical mod $p$ Langlands correspondence.

Let $\bf\Gamma$ be a Borel class, or a Wadge class of Borel sets, and $2\!\leq\! d\!\leq\!\omega$ be a cardinal. A Borel subset $B$ of ${\mathbb R}^d$ is potentially in $\bf\Gamma$ if there is a finer Polish topology on $\mathbb R$ such that $B$ is in $\bf\Gamma$ when ${\mathbb R}^d$ is equipped with the new product topology. The author provides a way to recognize the sets potentially in $\bf\Gamma$ and applies this to the classes of...

Consider a rational projective curve C of degree d over an algebraically closed field kk. There are n homogeneous forms g1,...,gn of degree d in B=kk[x,y] which parameterise C in a birational, base point free, manner. The authors study the singularities of C by studying a Hilbert-Burch matrix f for the row vector [g1,...,gn]. In the ""General Lemma"" the authors use the generalised row ideals of f to identify the singular points on C...

In this monograph the author investigates divergence-form elliptic partial differential equations in two-dimensional Lipschitz domains whose coefficient matrices have small (but possibly nonzero) imaginary parts and depend only on one of the two coordinates. He shows that for such operators, the Dirichlet problem with boundary data in Lq can be solved for q1 small enough, and provide an endpoint result at p=1.

How do you select a winner from a field of candidates? How do you rank a field of candidates? How do you share a divisible resource like a cake, or an indivisible one like a pet or a house? These are the questions addressed in this fun and accessible book that takes an entertaining look at the choices made by groups of people with different preferences, needs, and interests. Divided into three parts, the text first examines voting me...

This monograph is devoted to the study of the weighted Bergman space $A^p_\omega$ of the unit disc $\mathbb{D}$ that is induced by a radial continuous weight $\omega$ satisfying $\lim_{r\to 1^-}\frac{\int_r^1\omega(s)\,ds}{\omega(r)(1-r)}=\infty.$ Every such $A^p_\omega$ lies between the Hardy space $H^p$ and every classical weighted Bergman space $A^p_\alpha$. Even if it is well known that $H^p$ is the limit of $A^p_\alpha$, as $\al...

Consider a Hamiltonian action of a compact connected Lie group on a symplectic manifold M ,w. Conjecturally, under suitable assumptions there exists a morphism of cohomological field theories from the equivariant Gromov-Witten theory of M , w to the Gromov-Witten theory of the symplectic quotient. The morphism should be a deformation of the Kirwan map. The idea, due to D. A. Salamon, is to define such a deformation by counting gauge ...

The authors consider the Schrodinger Map equation in 2 1 dimensions, with values into Sï¿½. This admits a lowest energy steady state Q , namely the stereographic projection, which extends to a two dimensional family of steady states by scaling and rotation. The authors prove that Q is unstable in the energy space ?'. However, in the process of proving this they also show that within the equivariant class Q is stable in a stronger top...

It is known that certain one-dimensional nearest-neighbour random walks in i.i.d. random space-time environments have diffusive scaling limits. Here, in the continuum limit, the random environment is represented by a 'stochastic flow of kernels', which is a collection of random kernels that can be loosely interpreted as the transition probabilities of a Markov process in a random environment. The theory of stochastic flows of kernels...

The authors develop elements of a general dilation theory for operator-valued measures. Hilbert space operator-valued measures are closely related to bounded linear maps on abelian von Neumann algebras, and some of their results include new dilation results for bounded linear maps that are not necessarily completely bounded, and from domain algebras that are not necessarily abelian. In the non-cb case the dilation space often needs t...