22 Works

PlanvoLL-D

Nina Glutsch
Messzeitpunkt 1 (Sommer 2016) und Messzeitpunkt 2 (Winter 2017/18), Nordrhein-Westfalen und Berlin

Disproof of Riemann's Functional Equation Using the Poisson Summation Formula

Armando M. Evangelista
Riemann and others have used the Poisson summation formula to prove Riemann’s functional equation. The opposite is actually true, the Poisson summation formula provides a refutation of Riemann’s functional equation. It is the purpose of this paper to disprove Riemann’s functional equation using the Poisson summation formula.

Digital Humanities. A God of many faces

Gimena Del Rio Riande & Jennifer Millar
Report ot the prerint of Keynote, God of Many faces, at HSE April International Academic Conference, Moscow, 10-13th, April, 2018: https://conf.hse.ru/en/2018/

The Work Architecture of the Sears List of Subject Headings (SLSH), Library of Congress Subject Headings (LCSH), and Medical Subject Heading (MeSH): An Introduction

SUBHAJIT PANDA
Subject headings are the creative initiative of a librarian from his love to organise things. Technically, subject headings are the standardized words assigned to a concept. Using subject headings helps to decrease the “junk,” or irrelevant results. And it is based on the theme of the topic, not the words that appeared in the text. According to Charles A. Cutter, the most important subject cataloguing principle was a consideration of the best interest of the...

Comparative Analysis of Qualitative And Quantitative Research

Subhajit Panda
There’s no hard and fast rule for qualitative versus quantitative research, and it’s often taken for granted. It is claimed here that the divide between qualitative and quantitative research is ambiguous, incoherent, and hence of little value, and that its widespread use could have negative implications. This conclusion is supported by a variety of arguments. Qualitative researchers, for example, have varying perspectives on fundamental problems (such as the use of quantification and causal analysis), which...

NLR singletons, pairs and networks: evolution, assembly and regulation of the intracellular immunoreceptor circuitry of plants

Hiroaki Adachi, Lida Derevnina & Sophien Kamoun
Now published in Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 50:121-131. NLRs are modular plant and animal proteins that are intracellular sensors of pathogen-associated molecules that trigger a potent broad-spectrum immune reaction known as the hypersensitive response. An emerging paradigm is that plant NLRs form immune signalling networks with varying degrees of complexity. NLRs may have evolved from multifunctional singleton receptors, which combine pathogen detection (sensor activity) and immune signalling (helper or executor activity) into a single...

Le Projet PLUME et le paysage actuel des logiciels de la recherche dans la science ouverte

Teresa Gomez-Diaz
Les Premières Journées Nationales de la Science Ouverte en France qui ont eu lieu à Paris les 4-6 décembre 2018 (https://jnso2018.sciencesconf.org/) nous donnent l'occasion de présenter succinctement quelques apports du Projet PLUME (Promouvoir les Logiciels Utiles, Maîtrisés et Economiques) à la situation actuelle des logiciels de la recherche et de la science ouverte en France, et notamment sur la diffusion de ces logiciels (bonnes pratiques, questions juridiques), leur référencement et citation, et leur libre accès.

The s-Parameter on the Transform Integrals is a Constant

Armando Evangelista Jr.
The proposition of this paper is simple: the s-parameter on any transform integral is a constant and not an independent variable. Every transform integral is a different independent sytem that has its own set of parameters. The integral is evaluated through all values of the independent variable such that it is constant.

Inequality in the Universe, Imaginary Numbers and a Brief Solution to P=NP? Problem

While I was working about some basic physical phenomena, I discovered some geometric relations that also interest mathematics. In this work, I applied the rules I have been proven to P=NP? problem over impossibility of perpendicularity in the universe. It also brings out extremely interesting results out like imaginary numbers which are known as real numbers currently. Also it seems that Euclidean Geometry is impossible. The actual geometry is Riemann Geometry and complex numbers are...

Crazy Representations of Natural Numbers From 20001 to 40000

Inder J. Taneja
This paper brings natural numbers from 20001 to 40000 written in \textbf{ascending} and \textbf{descending} orders of 1 to 9. The numbers are obtained by using basic operations, and \textbf{factorial}. For previous results see author's works [work1, work2, work3]. For more details and comments see author's site link

Death switch: how resistosomes activate immunity

Hiroaki Adachi, Sophien Kamoun & Abbas Maqbool
Now published in Nature Plants, 5:457-458 Pathogen perception triggers a monomeric NLR plant immune receptor to form a pentameric wheel-like complex termed a resistosome, with the N-terminal ahelices forming a funnel-shaped structure that may perturb plasma membrane integrity to cause hypersensitive cell death. Nucleotide-binding leucine-rich repeat (NLR) proteins are intracellular receptors that detect pathogen molecules and activate a robust immune response that includes the hypersensitive response (HR) cell death in plants. Although plant NLRs are...

The Domain of the Riemann Zeta Function on the Complex Plane

Armando M. Evangelista
The Riemann zeta-function is one of the most studied complex function in mathematics. Riemann in his 1859 paper On the Number of Prime Numbers less than a Given Quantity [1] claimed that the analytic continuation of the zeta-function extends its domain over the entire complex plane except at
s = 1. But, as I’ve shown in my two papers: A Short Disproof of the Riemann Hypothesis [2] andRiemann’s Functional Equation is Not Valid and Its...

A Short Disproof of the Riemann Hypothesis

Armando M. Evangelista
The Riemann Hypothesis is one of the most important unsolved problem in Mathematics: its validity will have have a great consequence on the precise calculation of the number of primes. Riemann developed an explicit formula relating the number of primes with the hypothesized non-trivial zeros of the Riemann zeta function. Riemann hypothesis states that all the non-trivial zeros of the zeta function have real part equal to one-half on the critical strip. Despite many attempts...

Digital Humanities. A God of many faces

Gimena Del Rio Riande & Jennifer Millar
Report ot the prerint of Keynote, God of Many faces, at HSE April International Academic Conference, Moscow, 10-13th, April, 2018: https://conf.hse.ru/en/2018/

The Riemann Transform

Armando M. Evangelista
In his 1859 paper [1], Bernhard Riemann used an integral equation to develop an explicit formula for estimating the number of prime numbers less than a given quantity. It is the purpose of this present work to explore some of the properties of this equation.

The s-Parameter on the Transform Integrals is a Constant

Armando Evangelista Jr.
The proposition of this paper is simple: the s-parameter on any transform integral is a constant and not an independent variable. Every transform integral is a different independent system that has its own set of parameters. The integral is evaluated through all values of the independent variable such that it is constant.

Dark Energy or just Energy?

Nick Markov
This letter hypothesizes that matter expands proportionally with space. The expansion is quantized at the particle level. Every force arises from a specific scaling distortion. In this sense, the universal expansion can be also causing gravity instead of opposing it. The new perspective works without dark matter, extra dimensions, big bang, great attractor, and does not require changes to the established laws of physics. Six different approaches are proposed to validate the hypothesis at the...

NLR singletons, pairs and networks: evolution, assembly and regulation of the intracellular immunoreceptor circuitry of plants

Hiroaki Adachi, Lida Derevnina & Sophien Kamoun
Now published in Current Opinion in Plant Biology, 50:121-131. NLRs are modular plant and animal proteins that are intracellular sensors of pathogen-associated molecules that trigger a potent broad-spectrum immune reaction known as the hypersensitive response. An emerging paradigm is that plant NLRs form immune signalling networks with varying degrees of complexity. NLRs may have evolved from multifunctional singleton receptors, which combine pathogen detection (sensor activity) and immune signalling (helper or executor activity) into a single...

Le Projet PLUME et le paysage actuel des logiciels de la recherche dans la science ouverte

Teresa Gomez-Diaz
Les Premières Journées Nationales de la Science Ouverte en France qui ont eu lieu à Paris les 4-6 décembre 2018 (https://jnso2018.sciencesconf.org/) nous donnent l'occasion de présenter succinctement quelques apports du Projet PLUME (Promouvoir les Logiciels Utiles, Maîtrisés et Economiques) à la situation actuelle des logiciels de la recherche et de la science ouverte en France, et notamment sur la diffusion de ces logiciels (bonnes pratiques, questions juridiques), leur référencement et citation, et leur libre accès.

Sparse complete sets for coNP: Solution of the P versus NP problem

Frank Vega
P versus NP is considered as one of the most important open problems in computer science. This consists in knowing the answer of the following question: Is P equal to NP? A precise statement of the P versus NP problem was introduced independently by Stephen Cook and Leonid Levin. Since that date, all efforts to find a proof for this problem have failed. Another major complexity class is coNP. Whether NP = coNP is another...

Death switch: how resistosomes activate immunity

Hiroaki Adachi, Sophien Kamoun & Abbas Maqbool
Now published in Nature Plants, 5:457-458 Pathogen perception triggers a monomeric NLR plant immune receptor to form a pentameric wheel-like complex termed a resistosome, with the N-terminal ahelices forming a funnel-shaped structure that may perturb plasma membrane integrity to cause hypersensitive cell death. Nucleotide-binding leucine-rich repeat (NLR) proteins are intracellular receptors that detect pathogen molecules and activate a robust immune response that includes the hypersensitive response (HR) cell death in plants. Although plant NLRs are...

Riemann's Functional Equation is Not Valid and its Implication on the Riemann Hypothesis

Armando M. Evangelista
Riemann’s “functional” equation was formulated by Riemann that supposedly extended the domain of the Riemann zeta function from the right half-plane into the entire complex plane except at z = 1. It is also the foundation upon which the Riemann Hypothesis is based: that all the zeros of the zeta function are at z = ½ + iy. But the equation, as shall be shown here is not valid such that the Riemann Hypothesis crumbles...

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