Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022A note on a Hecke ring associated with the Heisenberg Lie algebra215225ENFumitakeHyodoDepartment of Health Informatics Faculty of Health and Welfare Services Administration Kawasaki University of Medical WelfareThis paper focuses on the theory of the Hecke rings associated with the general linear groups originally studied by Hecke and Shimura et al., and moreover generalizes its notions to Hecke rings associated with the automorphism groups of certain algebras. Then, in the case of the Heisenberg Lie algebra, we show an analog of the classical theory.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022On Hook Formulas for Cylindric Skew Diagrams191213ENTakeshiSuzukiDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityYoshitakaToyosawaGraduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama UniversityWe present a conjectural hook formula concerning the number of the standard tableaux on "cylindric" skew diagrams. Our formula can be seen as an extension of Naruse's hook formula for skew diagrams. Moreover, we prove our conjecture in some special cases.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022Symbolic powers of monomial ideals187190ENTony J. PuthenpurakalLet K be a field and consider the standard grading on A = K[X<sub>1</sub>, ... ,X<sub>d</sub>]. Let I, J be monomial ideals in A. Let I<sub>n</sub>(J) = (I<sup>n</sup> : J<sup>∞</sup>) be the n<sup>th</sup> symbolic power of I with respect to J. It is easy to see that the function f<sup>I</sup> <sub>J</sub> (n) = e<sub>0</sub>(I<sub>n</sub>(J)/I<sup>n</sup>) is of quasi-polynomial type, say of period g and degree c. For n ≫ 0 say<br>
<br>
f<sup>I</sup><sub>J</sub> (n) = a<sub>c</sub>(n)n<sup>c</sup> + a<sub>c−1</sub>(n)n<sup>c−1</sup> + lower terms,<br>
<br>
where for i = 0, ... , c, a<sub>i</sub> : N → Q are periodic functions of period g and a<sub>c</sub> ≠0. In [4, 2.4] we (together with Herzog and Verma) proved that dim I<sub>n</sub>(J)/I<sup>n</sup> is constant for n ≫ 0 and a<sub>c</sub>(−) is a constant. In this paper we prove that if I is generated by some elements of the same degree and height I ≥ 2 then a<sub>c−1</sub>(−) is also a constant.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022Bijective proofs of the identities on the values of inner products of the Macdonald polynomials153186ENYutaNishiyamaGraduate School of Science and Technology, Kumamoto UniversityIn this article, we introduce some identities obtained from the inner products of some symmetric polynomials including the Macdonald polynomials. These identities are obtained not only from the inner products, but also by constructing certain bijections. The bijections are constructed through transforming the Young diagrams of partitions.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022Quantum Sylvester-Franke Theorem143151ENKazuya AokageDepartment of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology, Ariake CollegeSumitaka TabataDepartment of Mathematics, Kumamoto UniversityHiro-FumiYamadaDepartment of Mathematics, Kumamoto UniversityA quantum version of classical Sylvester-Franke theorem is presented. After reviewing some representation theory of the quantum group GL<sub>q</sub> (n, C), the commutation relations of the matrix elements are verified. Once quantum determinant of the representation matrix is defined, the theorem follows naturallyNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022τ-tilting finiteness of two-point algebras I117141ENQiWangDepartment of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka UniversityAs the first attempt to classify τ-tilting finite two-point algebras, we have determined the τ-tilting finiteness for minimal wild two-point algebras and some tame two-point algebras.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022Notes on the filtration of the K-theory for abelian p-groups109116ENNobuakiYagitaDepartment of Mathematics Faculty of Education Ibaraki UniversityLet p be a prime number. For a given finite group G, let gr<sup>*</sup><sub>γ</sub>(BG) be the associated ring of the gamma filtration of the topological K-theory for the classifying space BG. In this paper, we study gr<sup>*</sup><sub>γ</sub>(BG) when G are abelian p-groups which are not elementary. In particular, we extend related Chetard’s results for such 2-groups to p-groups for odd p.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022Criteria for good reduction of hyperbolic polycurves75107ENIppeiNagamachiResearch Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto UniversityWe give good reduction criteria for hyperbolic polycurves, i.e., successive extensions of families of curves, under some assumptions. These criteria are higher dimensional versions of the good reduction criterion for hyperbolic curves given by Oda and Tamagawa.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022Note on totally odd multiple zeta values6373ENKojiTasakaA partial answer to a conjecture about the rank of the matrix C<sub>N</sub>,<sub>r</sub> introduced by Francis Brown in the study of totally odd multiple zeta values is given.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022On Weakly Separable Polynomials in skew polynomial rings4761ENSatoshiYamanakaDepartment of Integrated Science and Technology National Institute of Technology, Tsuyama CollegeThe notion of weakly separable extensions was introduced by N. Hamaguchi and A. Nakajima as a generalization of separable extensions. The purpose of this article is to give a characterization of weakly separable polynomials in skew polynomial rings. Moreover, we shall show the relation between separability and weak separability in skew polynomial rings of derivation type.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022The best constant of the discrete Sobolev inequalities on the complete bipartite graph3145ENHiroyukiYamagishiTokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial TechnologyWe have the best constants of three kinds of discrete Sobolev inequalities on the complete bipartite graph with 2N vertices, that is, K<sub>N</sub>,<sub>N</sub>. We introduce a discrete Laplacian A on K<sub>N</sub>,<sub>N</sub>. A is a 2N ×2N real symmetric positive-semidefinite matrix whose eigenvector corresponding to zero eigenvalue is 1 = <sup>t</sup>(1, 1, … , 1)∈ C<sup>2N</sup>. A discrete heat kernel, a Green’s matrix and a pseudo Green’s matrix play important roles in giving the best constants.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022The d-Smith sets of Cartesian products of the alternating groups and finite elementary abelian 2-groups1329ENKoheiSeitaDepartment of Mathematics, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama UniversityLet G be a finite group. In 1970s, T. Petrie defined the Smith equivalence of real G-modules. The Smith set of G is the subset of the real representation ring consisting of elements obtained as differences of Smith equivalent real G-modules. Various results of the topic have been obtained. The d-Smith set of G is the set of all elements [V ]−[W] in the Smith set of G such that the H-fixed point sets of V and W have the same dimension for all subgroups H of G. The results of the Smith sets of the alternating groups and the symmetric groups are obtained by E. Laitinen, K. Pawa lowski and R. Solomon. In this paper, we give the calculation results of the d-Smith sets of the alternating groups and the symmetric groups. In addition, we give the calculation results of the d-Smith sets of Cartesian products of the alternating groups and finite elementary abelian 2-groups.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666412022A Note on Torsion Points on Ample Divisors on Abelian Varieties111ENYuichiroHoshiResearch Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto UniversityIn the present paper, we consider torsion points on ample divisors on abelian varieties. We prove that, for each integer n ≤ 2, an effective divisor of level n on an abelian variety does not contain the subgroup of n-torsion points. Moreover, we also discuss an application of this result to the study of the p-rank of cyclic coverings of curves in positive characteristic.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-1566821958Galois theory of simple rings IV189194ENTakasiNagaharaNobuoNobusawaHisaoTominagaNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-1566821958On generating elements of Galois extensions of division rings IV181188ENTakashiNagaharaNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-1566821958Tangent bundles of order 2 and general connections 143179ENTominosukeOtsukiNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-1566821958On normal basis theorems and strictly Galois extensions133142ENTakasiNagaharaTakesiOnoderaHisaoTominagaNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-1566821958Some remarks on homotopy equivalences and H-spaces125131ENMasahiroSugawaraNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-1566821958A note on Galois theory of primary rings117123ENHisaoTominagaNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-1566821958Note on curvature of Finsler manifolds107116ENTominosukeŌtsukiNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-1566811958Poincarésche Vermutung in Topologie1106ENKen'itiKosekiNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021Linear stability of radially symmetric equilibrium solutions to the singular limit problem of three-component activator-inhibitor model201217ENTakuyaKojimaGraduate school of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama UniversityYoshihitoOshitaDepartment of Mathematics, Okayama UniversityWe show linear stability or instability for radially symmet-ric equilibrium solutions to the system of interface equation and two parabolic equations arising in the singular limit of three-component activator-inhibitor models.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021On H-epimorphisms and co-H-sequences in two-sided Harada rings183199ENYoshitomoBabaDepartment of Mathematics Education Osaka Kyoiku UniversityIn [8] M. Harada studied a left artinian ring R such that every non-small left R-module contains a non-zero injective submodule. And in [13] K. Oshiro called the ring a left Harada ring (abbreviated left H-ring). We can see many results on left Harada rings in [6] and many equivalent conditions in [4, Theorem B]. In this paper, to characterize two-sided Harada rings, we intruduce new concepts “co-H-sequence” and “H-epimorphism” and study them.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021On some families of invariant polynomials divisible by three and their zeta functions175182ENKojiChinenDepartment of Mathematics, School of Science and Engineering, Kindai UniversityIn this note, we establish an analog of the Mallows-Sloane bound for Type III formal weight enumerators. This completes the bounds for all types (Types I through IV) in synthesis of our previous results. Next we show by using the binomial moments that there exists a family of polynomials divisible by three, which are not related to linear codes but are invariant under the MacWilliams transform for the value 3/2. We also discuss some properties of the zeta functions for such polynomials.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021On pg-ideals167173ENTony J.PuthenpurakalDepartment of Mathematics, IIT BombayLet (A, m) be an excellent normal domain of dimension two. We deﬁne an m-primary ideal I to be a pg -ideal if the Rees algebra A[It] is a Cohen-Macaulay normal domain. If A has inﬁnite residue ﬁeld then it follows from a result of Rees that the product of two pg ideals is pg . When A contains an algebraically closed ﬁeld k ∼= A/m then Okuma, Watanabe and Yoshida proved that A has pg -ideals and furthermore product of two pg -ideals is a pg ideal. In this article we show that if A is an excellent normal domain of dimension two containing a ﬁeld k ∼= A/m of characteristic zero then also A has pg -ideals.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021The d-Smith sets of direct products of dihedral groups153165ENKoheiSeitaDepartment of Mathematics, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama UniversityLet G be a ﬁnite group and let V and W be real G-modules. We call V and W dim-equivalent if for each subgroup H of G, the H-ﬁxed point sets of V and W have the same dimension. We call V and W are Smith equivalent if there is a smooth G-action on a homotopy sphere Σ with exactly two G-ﬁxed points, say a and b, such that the tangential G-representations at a and b of Σ are respectively isomorphic to V and W . Moreover, We call V and W are d-Smith equivalent if they are dim-equivalent and Smith equivalent. The diﬀerences of d-Smith equivalent real G-modules make up a subset, called the d-Smith set, of the real representation ring RO(G). We call V and W P(G)-matched if they are isomorphic whenever the actions are restricted to subgroups with prime power order of G. Let N be a normal subgroup. For a subset F of G, we say that a real G-module is F-free if the H-ﬁxed point set of the G-module is trivial for all elements H of F. We study the d-Smith set by means of the submodule of RO(G) consisting of the diﬀerences of dim-equivalent, P(G)-matched, {N}-free real G-modules. In particular, we give a rank formula for the submodule in order to see how the d-Smith set is large.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021Rectangular Hall-Littlewood symmetric functions and a specific spin character133151ENKazuyaAokageDepartment of Mathematics, National Institute of Technology, Ariake CollegeWe derive the Schur function identities coming from the tensor products of the spin representations of the symmetric group Sn. We deal with the tensor products of the basic spin representation V (n) and any spin representation V λ (λ ∈ SP (n)). The characteristic map
of the tensor product ζn ⊗ ζλ is described by Stembridge[4] for the case of odd n. We consider the case n is even.
No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021Differential operators on modular forms associated to Jacobi forms123131ENMin HoLeeDepartment of Mathematics, University of Northern IowaGiven Jacobi forms, we determine associated Jacobi-like forms, whose coeﬃcients are quasimodular forms. We then use these quasimodular forms to construct diﬀerential operators on modular forms, which are expressed in terms of the Fourier coeﬃcients of the given Jacobi forms.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021A note on products in stable homotopy groups of spheres via the classical Adams spectral sequence107122ENRyoKatoFaculty of Fundamental Science, National Institute of Technology, Niihama CollegekatsumiShimomuraDepartment of Mathematics, faculty of Science and Technology, Kochi UniversityIn recent years, Liu and his collaborators found many non-trivial products of generators in the homotopy groups of the sphere spectrum. In this paper, we show a result which not only implies most of their results, but also extends a result of theirs.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021A weak Euler formula for l-adic Galois double zeta values87105ENWojtkowiakZdzisławUniversité de Nice-Sophia Antipolis, Déartement de Math ématiques Laboratoire Jean Alexandre DieudonnéThe fact that the double zeta values ζ(n, m) can be written in terms of zeta values, whenever n+m is odd is attributed to Euler. We shall show the weak version of this result for the l-adic Galois realization.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021Defining relations of 3-dimensional quadratic AS-regular algebras6186ENAyakoItabaDepartment of Mathematics, faculty of Science, Tokyo University of ScienceMasakiMatsunoGraduate School of Science and Technology, Shizuoka UniversityClassiﬁcation of AS-regular algebras is one of the main interests in non-commutative algebraic geometry. Recently, a complete list of superpotentials (deﬁning relations) of all 3-dimensional AS-regular algebras which are Calabi-Yau was given by Mori-Smith (the quadratic case) and Mori-Ueyama (the cubic case), however, no complete list of deﬁning relations of all 3-dimensional AS-regular algebras has not appeared in the literature. In this paper, we give all possible deﬁning relations of 3-dimensional quadratic AS-regular algebras. Moreover, we classify them up to isomorphism and up to graded Morita equivalence in terms of their deﬁning relations in the case that their point schemes are not elliptic curves. In the case that their point schemes are elliptic curves, we give conditions for isomorphism and graded Morita equivalence in terms of geometric data.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021Remark on a Paper by Izadi and Baghalaghdam about Cubes and Fifth Powers Sums5360ENGakuIokibeDepartment of Mathematics, Graduate School of Science, Osaka University In this paper, we reﬁne the method introduced by Izadi and Baghalaghdam to search integer solutions to the Diophantine equation<img src="http://www.lib.okayama-u.ac.jp/www/mjou/mjou_63_53.png">. We show that the Diophantine equation has inﬁnitely many positive solutions.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021Differential geometry of invariant surfaces in simply isotropic and pseudo-isotropic spaces1552ENLuiz C. B.da SilvaDepartment of Physics of Complex Systems, Weizmann Institute of ScienceWe study invariant surfaces generated by one-parameter subgroups of simply and pseudo isotropic rigid motions. Basically, the simply and pseudo isotropic geometries are the study of a three-dimensional space equipped with a rank 2 metric of index zero and one, respectively. We show that the one-parameter subgroups of isotropic rigid motions lead to seven types of invariant surfaces, which then generalizes the study of revolution and helicoidal surfaces in Euclidean and Lorentzian spaces to the context of singular metrics. After computing the two fundamental forms of these surfaces and their Gaussian and mean curvatures, we solve the corresponding problem of prescribed curvature for invariant surfaces whose generating curves lie on a plane containing the degenerated direction.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666312021On the stability, boundedness, and square integrability of solutions of third order neutral delay differential equations114ENJohn R.GraefDepartment of Mathematics, University of Tennessee at ChattanoogaDjamilaBeldjerdOran’s High School of Electrical Engineering and EnergeticsMoussadekRemiliDepartment of Mathematics, University of Oran 1 Ahmed Ben BellaIn this paper, suﬃcient conditions are established for the stability, boundedness and square integrability of solutions for some non-linear neutral delay diﬀerential equations of third order. Lyapunov’s direct method is used to obtain the results.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666212020Existence and stability of stationary solutions to the Allen-Cahn equation discretized in space and time197210ENAmy Poh Ai LingDivision of Mathematics and Physics, Graduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama UniversityMasaharuTaniguchiResearch Institute for Interdisciplinary Science, Okayama University The existence and stability of the Allen–Cahn equation discretized in space and time are studied in a finite spatial interval. If a parameter is less than or equals to a critical value, the zero solution is the only stationary solution. If the parameter is larger than the critical value, one has a positive stationary solution and this positive stationary solution is asymptotically stable.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666212020Analytic extension of exceptional constant mean curvature one catenoids in de Sitter 3-space179195ENShoichiFujimoriDepartment of Mathematics, Hiroshima UniversityYuKawakamiGraduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Kanazawa UniversityMasatoshiKokubuDepartment of Mathematics, School of Engineering, Tokyo Denki UniversityWayneRossmanDepartment of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Kobe UniversityMasaakiUmeharaDepartment of Mathematical and Computing Sciences, Tokyo Institute of TechnologyKotaroYamadaDepartment of Mathematics, Tokyo Institute of Technology Catenoids in de Sitter 3-space S<sup>3</sup><sub>1</sub> belong to a certain class of
space-like constant mean curvature one surfaces. In a previous work, the authors
classified such catenoids, and found that two different classes of countably many exceptional elliptic catenoids are not realized as closed subsets in S<sup>3</sup><sub>1</sub> . Here we show that such exceptional catenoids have closed analytic extensions in S<sup>3</sup><sub>1</sub> with interesting properties.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666212020Crystal interpretation of a formula on the branching rule of types Bn, Cn, and Dn87178ENToyaHiroshimaDepartment of Pure and Applied Mathematics, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology, Osaka UniversityThe branching coefficients of the tensor product of finite-dimensional irreducible Uq(g)-modules, where g is so(2n + 1, C) (Bn-type), sp(2n,C) (Cn-type), and so(2n,C) (Dn-type), are expressed in
terms of Littlewood-Richardson (LR) coefficients in the stable region. We give an interpretation of this relation by Kashiwara’s crystal theory by providing an explicit surjection from the LR crystal of type Cn to the disjoint union of Cartesian product of LR crystals of An−1-type and by proving that LR crystals of types Bn and Dn are identical to the corresponding LR crystal of type Cn in the stable region.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666212020Unstable higher Toda brackets2786ENHideakiOshimaIbaraki UniversityKatsumiOshimaNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666212020A representation for algebraic K-theory of quasi-coherent modules over affine spectral schemes125ENMarikoOharaDepartment of Mathematical Sciences Shinshu University In this paper, we study K-theory of spectral schemes by using locally free sheaves. Let us regard the K-theory as a functor K on affine spectral schemes. Then, we prove that the group completion
ΩB<sup>G</sup>(B<sup>G</sup>GL) represents the sheafification of K with respect to Zariski (resp. Nisnevich) topology G, where B<sup>G</sup>GL is a classifying space of a colimit of affine spectral schemes GLn.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019Terwilliger Algebras of Some Group Association Schemes199204ENNurHamidFaculty of Mathematics and Physics, Kanazawa UniversityManabuOuraFaculty of Mathematics and Physics, Kanazawa University The Terwilliger algebra plays an important role in the theory of association schemes. The present paper gives the explicit structures of the Terwilliger algebras of the group association schemes of the finite groups PSL(2, 7), A6, and S6.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019Passage of property (Bw) from two operators to their tensor product187198ENM.H.M.RashidDepartment of Mathematics& Statistics Faculty of Science P.O.Box(7) Mu’tah University A Banach space operator satisfies property (Bw) if the complement of its B-Weyl spectrum in its the spectrum is the set of finite multiplicity isolated eigenvalues of the operator. Property (Bw) does not transfer from operators T and S to their tensor product T ⊗ S. We give necessary and /or sufficient conditions ensuring the passage of property (Bw) from T and S to T ⊗ S. Perturbations by Riesz operators are considered.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019On the classification of ruled minimal surfaces in pseudo-Euclidean space173186ENYuichiroSatoDepartment of Mathematical Sciences Tokyo Metropolitan University This paper gives, in generic situations, a complete classification of ruled minimal surfaces in pseudo-Euclidean space with arbitrary index. In addition, we discuss the condition for ruled minimal surfaces to exist, and give a counter-example on the problem of Bernstein type.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019The Factorization of 2 and 3 in Cyclic Quartic Fields167172ENStephen C.BrownDepartment of Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics I.K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences University of British ColumbiaChad T.DavisDepartment of Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics and Statistics I.K. Barber School of Arts and Sciences University of British Columbia Due to a theorem of Dedekind, factoring ideals generated by prime numbers in number fields is easily done given that said prime number does not divide the index of the field. In this paper, we determine the prime ideal factorizations of both 2 and 3 in cyclic quartic fields whose index is divisible by one of or both of these primes.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019The number of simple modules in a block with Klein four hyperfocal subgroup159166ENFuminoriTasakaNational Institute of Technology Tsuruoka College A 2-block of a finite group having a Klein four hyperfocal subgroup has the same number of irreducible Brauer characters as the corresponding 2-block of the normalizer of the hyperfocal subgroup.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019Cesaro Orlicz sequence spaces and their Kothe-Toeplitz duals141158ENKuldipRajSchool of Mathematics Shri Mata Vaishno Devi UniversityRenuAnandSchool of Mathematics Shri Mata Vaishno Devi UniversitySuruchiPandohSchool of Mathematics Shri Mata Vaishno Devi UniversityThe present paper focus on introducing certain classes of Cesàro Orlicz sequences over n-normed spaces. We study some topological and algebraic properties of these spaces. Further, we examine relevant relations among the classes of these sequences. We show that these spaces are made n-BK-spaces under certain conditions. Finally, we compute the Köthe-Toeplitz duals of these spaces.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019A limit transition from the Heckman-Opdam hypergeometric functions to the Whittaker functions associated with root systems129139ENNobukazuShimenoSchool of Science and Technology Kwansei Gakuin University We prove that the radial part of the class one Whittaker function on a split semisimple Lie group can be obtained as an appropriate limit of the Heckman-Opdam hypergeometric function.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019Complex interpolation of smoothness Triebel-Lizorkin-Morrey spaces99128ENDenny IvanalHakimDepartment of Mathematics and Information Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan UniversityToruNogayamaDepartment of Mathematics and Information Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan UniversityYoshihiroSawanoDepartment of Mathematics and Information Sciences, Tokyo Metropolitan University This paper extends the result in [8] to Triebel-Lizorkin-Morrey spaces which contains 4 parameters p, q, r, s. This paper reinforces our earlier paper [8] by Nakamura, the first and the third authors in two different directions. First, we include the smoothness parameter s and the second smoothness parameter r. In [8] we assumed s = 0 and r = 2. Here we relax the conditions on s and r to s ∈ R and 1 < r ≤ ∞. Second, we apply a formula obtained by Bergh in 1978 to prove our main theorem without using the underlying sequence spaces.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019On the structure of the profile of finite connected quandles8598ENTaisukeWatanabe We verify some cases of a conjecture by C. Hayashi on the structure of the profile of a finite connected quandle.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019On the Diophantine equation in the form that a sum of cubes equals a sum of quintics7584ENFarzaliIzadiMehdi Baghalaghdam Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Azarbaijan Shahid Madani UniversityMehdiBaghalaghdamMehdi Baghalaghdam Department of Mathematics Faculty of Science Azarbaijan Shahid Madani UniversityNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019Reconstruction of inertia groups associated to log divisors from a configuration space group equipped with its collection of log-full subgroups3773ENKazumiHigashiyamaResearch Institute for Mathematical Sciences Kyoto University In the present paper, we study configuration space groups. The goal of this paper is to reconstruct group-theoretically the inertia groups associated to various types of log divisors of a log configuration space of a smooth log curve from the associated configuration space group equipped with its collection of log-full subgroups.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019Berezin-Weyl quantization of Heisenberg motion groups1935ENBenjaminCahenD´epartement de math´ematiques Universit´e de Lorraine We introduce a Schr¨odinger model for the generic representations of a Heisenberg motion group and we construct adapted Weyl correspondences for these representations by adapting the method introduced in [ B. Cahen, Weyl quantization for semidirect products, Differential Geom. Appl. 25 (2007), 177-190].No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666112019On the existence of non-finite coverings of stable curves over complete discrete valuation rings118ENYuYangResearch Institute for Mathematical Sciences Kyoto UniversityLet R be a complete discrete valuation ring with algebraically residue field of characteristic p > 0 and X a stable curve over R. In the present paper, we study the geometry of coverings of X. Under certain assumptions, we prove that, by replacing R by a finite extension of R, there exists a morphism of stable curves f : Y → X over R such that the morphism fη : Yη → Xη induced by f on generic fibers is finite étale and the morphism fs : Ys → Xs induced by f on special fibers is non-finite.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018On the profinite abelian Beckmann-Black problem233240ENNourGhaziUniversity of Damascus, Faculty of Sciences, Department of MathematicsThe main topic of this paper is to generalize the problem of Beckmann-Black for pro�nite groups. We introduce the Beckmann-Black problem for complete systems of �finite groups and for unramified extensions. We prove that every Galois extension of profi�nite abelian group over a ψ-free fi�eld is the specialization of some tower of regular Galois extensions of the same group.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018A binomial-coefficient identity arising from the middle discrete series of SU(2,2)221231ENTakahiroHayataGraduate School of Science and Engineering, Yamagata UniversityMasaoIshikawaGraduate School of Natural Science and Technology, Okayama UniversityThe aim of this paper is to answer the question in Remark 8.2 of Takahiro Hayata, Harutaka Koseki, and Takayuki Oda, Matrix coefficients of the middle discrete series of SU(2; 2), J. Funct. Anal. 185 (2001), 297{341, by giving an elementary proof of certain identities on binomials.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018Necessary and sufficient Tauberian conditions for the A^r method of summability209219ENÖzerTaloDepartment of Mathematics Faculty of Science and Letters Manisa Celal Bayar UniversityFeyziBas̨arİnönü UniversityMóricz and Rhoades determined the necessary and sufficient Tauberian conditions for certain weighted mean methods of summability in [Acta. Math. Hungar. 102(4) (2004), 279{285]. In the present paper, we deal with the necessary and sufficient Tauberian conditions for the Ar method which was introduced by Bas̨ar in [Fırat Üniv. Fen & Müh. Bil. Dergisi 5(1)(1993), 113{117].No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018Indecomposability of various profinite groups arising from hyperbolic curves175208ENArataMinamideResearch Institute for Mathematical Sciences Kyoto UniversityIn this paper, we prove that the etale fundamental group of a hyperbolic curve over an arithmetic field [e.g., a finite extension field of Q or Qp] or an algebraically closed field is indecomposable [i.e., cannot be decomposed into the direct product of nontrivial profinite groups]. Moreover, in the case of characteristic zero, we also prove that the etale fundamental group of the configuration space of a curve of the above type is indecomposable. Finally, we consider the topic of indecomposability in the context of the comparison of the absolute Galois group of Q with the Grothendieck-Teichmuller group GT and pose the question: Is GT indecomposable? We give an affirmative answer to a pro-l version of this questionNo potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018An alternative proof of some results on the framed bordism classes of low rank simple Lie groups165173ENHaruoMinamiNara University of EducationWe present a uni�ed proof of some known results on the framed bordism classes of low rank simple Lie groups.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018Arithmetic of positive integers having prime sums of complementary divisors155164ENKenichiShimizuWe study a class of integers called SP numbers (Sum Prime numbers). An SP number is by de�nition a positive integer d that gives rise to a prime number (a + b)=gcd(4; 1 + d) from every factorization d = ab. We also discuss properties of SP numbers in relations with arithmetic of imaginary quadratic �elds (least split primes, exponents of ideal class groups). Further we point out that special cases of SP numbers provide the problems of distribution of prime numbers (twin primes, Sophi-Germain primes, quadratic progressions). Finally, we consider the problem whether there exist in�nitely many SP numbers.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018A non-symmetric diffusion process on the Wiener space137153ENIchiroShigekawaDepartment of Mathematics Graduate School of Science Kyoto UniversityWe discuss a non-symmetric diffusion process on the Wiener space. The process we consider is generated by A = L + b, L being the Ornstein-Uhlenbeck operator and b being a vector �eld. Under suitable integrability condition for b, we show the existence of associated diffusion process. We also investigate the domain of the generator. Further we consider a similar problem in the �nite dimensional Euclidean space.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018A remark on a central limit theorem for non-symmetric random walks on crystal lattices109135ENRyuyaNambaGraduate School of Natural Sciences, Okayama UniversityRecently, Ishiwata, Kawabi and Kotani [4] proved two kinds of central limit theorems for non-symmetric random walks on crystal lattices from the view point of discrete geometric analysis developed by Kotani and Sunada. In the present paper, we establish yet another kind of the central limit theorem for them. Our argument is based on a measure-change technique due to Alexopoulos [1].No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018Primary decompositions in abelian R-categories91108ENKenichiSatoGraduate School of Natural Science and Technology Okayama UniversityYujiYoshinoGraduate School of Natural Science and Technology Okayama UniversityWe shall generalize the theory of primary decomposition and associated prime ideals of �nitely generated modules over a noetherian ring to general objects in an abelian R-category where R is a noetherian commutative ring.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018Stable splittings of the complex connective K-theory of BSO(2n+1)7389ENTsung-HsuanWuDepartment of Mathematics National Tsing Hua UniversityWe give the stable splittings of the complex connective K-theory of the classifying space BSO(2n + 1), n≥1.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018Absolute continuity of the representing measures of the transmutation operators attached to the root system of type BC25972ENKhalifaTrimẻcheDepartment of Mathematics Faculty of sciences of Tunis UniversityWe prove in this paper the absolute continuity of the representing measures of the transmutation operators Vk, tVk and VkW, tVkW associated respectively to the Cherednik operators and the Heckman-Opdam theory attached to the root system of type BC2.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018Tomita-Takesaki theory and its application to the structure theory of factors of type III3758ENToshihikoMasudaGraduate School of Mathematics, Kyushu UniversityWe give a survey of Tomita-Takesaki theory and the development of analysis of structure of type III factors, which started from Tomita-Takesaki theory.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15666012018Review on higher homotopies in the theory of H-spaces136ENYutakaHemmiDepartment of Mathematics Faculty of Science and Technology Kochi UniversityHigher homotopy in the theory of H-spaces started from the works by Sugawara in the 1950th. In this paper we review the development of the theory of H-spaces associated with it. Mainly there are two types of higher homotopies, homotopy associativity and homotopy commutativity. We give explanations of the polytopes used as the parameter spaces of those higher forms.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017Blowup and global existence of a solution to a semilinear reaction-diffusion system with the fractional Laplacian175218ENTomoyukiKakehiDepartment of Mathematics, Okayama UniversityYoshihitoOshitaDepartment of Mathematics, Okayama University10.18926/mjou/54723In this paper, we deal with the semilinear reaction diffusion system with the fractional Laplacian.<br>
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where <i>p,q</i> > 1 and 0 < <i>α</i> < 1. We study the existence of a global in time solution, the blowup of a solution, and the life span of the blowup solution to the above reaction-diffusion system for sufficiently small initial data.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017Scattering and semi-classical asymptotics for periodic Schrödinger operators with oscillating decaying potential149174ENMouezDimassiUniversit´e Bordeaux I, Institut de Math´ematiques de BordeauxAnh Tuan DuongDepartment of Mathematics, Hanoi National University of Education10.18926/mjou/54721In the semi-classical regime (i.e., <i>h</i> ↘ 0), we study the effect of an oscillating decaying potential <i>V</i> (<i>hy, y</i>) on the periodic Schrödinger operator <i>H</i>. The potential <i>V</i> (<i>x, y</i>) is assumed to be smooth, periodic with respect to <i>y</i> and tends to zero as |<i>x</i>| → ∞. We prove the existence of <i>O</i>(<i>h<sup>−n</sup></i>) eigenvalues in each gap of the operator <i>H</i> + <i>V</i> (<i>hy, y</i>). We also establish a Weyl type asymptotics formula of the counting function of eigenvalues with optimal remainder estimate. We give a weak and pointwise asymptotic expansions in powers of <i>h</i> of the spectral shift function corresponding to the pair (<i>H</i> + <i>V</i> (<i>hy, y</i>),<i>H</i>). Finally, under some analytic assumption on the potential V we prove the existence of shape resonances, and we give their asymptotic expansions in powers of <i>h<sup>1/2</sup></i>. All our results depend on the Floquet eigenvalues corresponding to the periodic Schrödinger operator <i>H</i> +<i>V</i> (<i>x, y</i>), (here <i>x</i> is a parameter).No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017On the (1 − C<sub>2</sub>) condition141147ENLe Van AnDepartment of Natural Education, Ha Tinh UniversityNguyen Thi Hai AnhDepartment of Natural Education, Ha Tinh UniversityNgo Sy TungDepartment of Mathematics, Vinh University10.18926/mjou/54720In this paper, we give some results on (1 − C<sub>2</sub>)−modules and 1−continuous modules.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017Higher-dimensional absolute versions of symmetric, Frobenius, and quasi-Frobenius algebras131140ENMitsuyasuHashimotoDepartment of Mathematics Faculty of Science, Okayama University10.18926/mjou/54719In this paper, we define and discuss higher-dimensional and absolute versions of symmetric, Frobenius, and quasi-Frobenius algebras. In particular, we compare these with the relative notions defined by Scheja and Storch. We also prove the validity of codimension two-argument for modules over a coherent sheaf of algebras with a 2-canonical module, generalizing a result of the author.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017A note on balance equations for doubly periodic minimal surfaces117130ENPeterConnorDepartment of Mathematical Sciences, Indiana University South Bend10.18926/mjou/54718Most known examples of doubly periodic minimal surfaces in R<sup>3</sup> with parallel ends limit as a foliation of R<sup>3</sup> by horizontal noded planes, with the location of the nodes satisfying a set of balance equations. Conversely, for each set of points providing a balanced configuration, there is a corresponding three-parameter family of doubly periodic minimal surfaces. In this note we derive a differential equation that is equivalent to the balance equations for doubly periodic minimal surfaces. This allows for the generation of many more solutions to the balance equations, enabling the construction of increasingly complicated surfaces.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017A remark on the Lavallee-Spearman-Williams-Yang family of quadratic fields113116ENKwang-SeobKimSchool of Mathematics, Korea Institute for Advanced StudyYasuhiroKishiDepartment of Mathematics, Aichi University of Education10.18926/mjou/54717In [4], M. J. Lavallee, B. K. Spearman, K. S. Williams and Q. Yang introduced a certain parametric D5-quintic polynomial and studied its splitting field. The present paper gives an infinite family of quadratic fields with class number divisible by 5 by using properties of its polynomial.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017Gauss maps of cuspidal edges in hyperbolic 3-space, with application to flat fronts93111ENYutaOgataDepartment of Mathematics, Graduate School of Science, Kobe UniversityKeisukeTeramotoDepartment of Mathematics, Graduate School of Science, Kobe University10.18926/mjou/54716We study singularities of de Sitter Gauss map images of cuspidal edges in hyperbolic 3-space. We show relations between singularities of de Sitter Gauss map images and differential geometric properties of cuspidal edges. Moreover, we apply this result to flat fronts in hyperbolic 3-space.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017An arithmetic function arising from the Dedekind ψ function8192ENColinDefantDepartment of Mathematics, University of Florida10.18926/mjou/54715We define ψ‾ to be the multiplicative arithmetic function that satisfies<br>
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for all primes <i>p</i> and positive integers α. Let <i>λ(n)</i> be the number of iterations of the function <i>ψ‾</i> needed for <i>n</i> to reach 2. It follows from a theorem due to White that <i>λ</i> is additive. Following Shapiro's work on the iterated <i>φ</i> function, we determine bounds for <i>λ</i>. We also use the function <i>λ</i> to partition the set of positive integers into three sets <i>S<sub>1</sub>, S<sub>2</sub>, S<sub>3</sub></i> and determine some properties of these sets.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017Evaluation of convolution sums and some remarks on cusp forms of weight 4 and level 127179ENB.RamakrishhanHarish-Chandra Research InstituteBrundabanSahuSchool of Mathematical Sciences National Institute of Science Education and Research10.18926/mjou/54714In this note, we evaluate certain convolution sums and make some remarks about the Fourier coefficients of cusp forms of weight 4 for Γ<sub>0</sub>(12). We express the normalized newform of weight 4 on Γ<sub>0</sub>(12) as a linear combination of the (quasimodular) Eisenstein series (of weight 2) <i>E<sub>2</sub>(dz)</i>, <i>d</i>|12 and their derivatives. Now, by comparing the work of Alaca-Alaca-Williams [1] with our results, as a consequence, we express the coefficients <i>c<sub>1,12</sub>(n)</i> and <i>c<sub>3,4</sub>(n)</i> that appear in [1, Eqs.(2.7) and (2.12)] in terms of linear combination of the Fourier coefficients of newforms of weight 4 on Γ<sub>0</sub>(6) and Γ<sub>0</sub>(12). The properties of <i>c<sub>1,12</sub>(n)</i> and <i>c<sub>3,4</sub>(n)</i> that are derived in [1] now follow from the properties of the Fourier coefficients of the newforms mentioned above. We also express the newforms as a linear combination of certain eta-quotients and obtain an identity involving eta-quotients.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017On a non-abelian generalization of the Bloch–Kato exponential map4170ENKenjiSakugawaDepartment of Mathematics Graduate School of Science, Osaka University10.18926/mjou/54713The present paper establishes a non-abelian generalization of the Bloch–Kato exponential map. Then, we relate p-adic polylogarithms introduced by Coleman to `-adic polylogarithms introduced by Wojtkowiak. This formula is another analog of the Coleman–Ihara formula obtained by Nakamura, Wojtkowiak, and the author.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017The degree of set-valued mappings from ANR spaces to homology spheres2740ENYoshimiShitandaSchool of political science and economics, Meiji University10.18926/mjou/54712An admissible mapping is a set-valued mapping which has a selected pair of continuous mappings. In this paper, we study the degree of admissible mappings from ANR spaces to homology spheres and prove the uniqueness of the degree under some conditions.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017Some examples of non-tidy spaces2125ENTakahiroMatsushitaGraduate School of Mathematical Sciences, The University of Tokyo10.18926/mjou/54711We construct a free Z<sub>2</sub>-space <i>X<sub>n</sub></i> for a positive integer <i>n</i> such that <i>w<sub>1</sub>(X<sub>n</sub>)<sup>n</sup></i> ≠ 0 but there is no Z<sub>2</sub>-map from <i>S</i><sup>2</sup> to <i>X<sub>n</sub></i>.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665912017Categorical characterization of strict morphisms of fs log schemes119ENYuichiroHoshiResearch Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Kyoto UniversityChikaraNakayamaDepartment of Economics, Hitotsubashi University10.18926/mjou/54710In the present paper, we study a categorical characterization of strict morphisms of fs log schemes. In particular, we prove that strictness of morphisms of fs log schemes is preserved by an arbitrary equivalence of categories between suitable categories of fs log schemes. The main result of the present paper leads us to a relatively simple alternative proof of a result on a categorical representation of fs log schemes proved by S. Mochizuki.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016The positivity of the transmutation operators associated to the Cherednik operators for the root system $BC_2$183198ENKhalifaTRIMÈCHE10.18926/mjou/53925We consider the transmutation operators V<sub>k</sub>, <sup>t</sup>V<sub>k</sub> and V <sup>W</sup> <sub>k</sub> , <sup>t</sup>V <sup>W</sup> <sub>k</sub> associated respectively with the Cherednik operators and the Heckman-Opdam theory attached to the root system BC2, called also in [8, 9, 10] the trigonometric Dunkl intertwining operators, and their dual. In this paper we prove that the operators V<sub>k</sub>, <sup>t</sup>V<sub>k</sub> and V<sup>W</sup><sub>k</sub> , <sup>t</sup>V<sup>W</sup><sub>k</sub> are positivity preserving and allows positive integral representations. In particular we deduce that the Opdam-Cherednik and the Heckman-Opdam kernels are positive definite.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016On weakly separable polynomials and weakly quasi-separable polynomials over rings169182ENSatoshiYamanaka10.18926/mjou/53924Separable extensions of noncommutative rings have already been studied extensively. Recently, N. Hamaguchi and A. Nakajima introduced the notions of weakly separable extensions and weakly quasiseparable extensions. They studied weakly separable polynomials and weakly quasi-separable polynomials in the case that the coefficient ring is commutative. The purpose of this paper is to give some improvements and generalizations of Hamaguchi and Nakajima's results. We shall characterize a weakly separable polynomial f(X) over a commutative ring by using its derivative f′(X) and its discriminant δ(f(X)). Further, we shall try to give necessary and sufficient conditions for weakly separable polynomials in skew polynomial rings in the case that the coefficient ring is noncommutative.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016Restriction on Galois groups by prime inert condition159167ENToruKomatsu10.18926/mjou/53923In this paper, we study number fields K with the property that every prime factor of the degree of K remains prime in K. We determine all types of Galois groups of such K up to degree nine and find that Wang's non-existence in cyclic octic case is exceptionally undetermined by our group-theoretic criterion.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016Alternative approach for Siegel's lemma141158ENMakotoNagata10.18926/mjou/53922In this article, we present an alternative approach to show a generalization of Siegel's lemma which is an essential tool in Diophantine problems. Our main statement contains the so-called analytic Siegel's lemma as well as the Bombieri-Vaaler lemma. Our proof avoids relying on the ordinary geometry of numbers.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016On finite rings over which every free codes is splitting133140ENYasuyukiHirano10.18926/mjou/53921In this paper, we study the structure of finite rings over which all free codes are splitting. In particular, we show that over the matrix rings over finite local rings all free codes are splitting.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016On a duality of Gras between totally positive and primary cyclotomic units125132ENHumioIchimura10.18926/mjou/53920Let K be a real abelian field of odd degree over Q, and C the group of cyclotomic units of K. We denote by C+ and C0 the totally positive and primary elements of C, respectively. G. Gras found a duality between the Galois modules C+/C2 and C0/C2 by some ingenious calculation on cyclotomic units. We give an alternative proof using a consequence (=“Gras conjecture”) of the Iwasawa main conjecture and the standard reflection argument. We also give some related topics.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016Another description of quasi tertiary composition109123ENHideakiŌshimaKatsumiŌshima10.18926/mjou/53919We give another description of quasi tertiary composition in terms of horizontal and vertical compositions. As an application of the description and a modified result of Hardie-Kamps-Marcum-Oda, we see that any quasi tertiary composition has an indeterminacy.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016Aharonov--Bohm effect in resonances of magnetic Schrödinger operators in two dimensions III79108ENHideoTamura10.18926/mjou/53918We study the Aharonov–Bohm effect (AB effect) in quantum resonances for magnetic scattering in two dimensions. The system consists of four scatters, two obstacles and two scalar potentials with compact support, which are largely separated from one another. The obstacles by which the magnetic fields are completely shielded are vertically placed between the supports of the two potentials. The system yields a two dimensional model of a toroidal scattering system in three dimensions. The resonances are shown to be generated near the real axis by the trajectories trapped between two supports of the scalar potentials as the distances between the scatterers go to infinity. We analyze how the AB effect influences the location of resonances. The result heavily depends on the width between the two obstacles as well as on the magnetic fluxes. The critical case is that the width is comparable to the square root of the distance between the supports of the two potentials.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016Aharonov--Bohm effect in resonances of magnetic Schrödinger operators in two dimensions II4178ENHideoTamura10.18926/mjou/53917We study the Aharonov–Bohm effect (AB effect) in quantum resonances for magnetic scattering in two dimensions. The system consists of four scatters, two obstacles and two scalar potentials with compact support, which are largely separated from one another. The obstacles by which the magnetic fields are completely shielded are horizontally placed between the supports of the two potentials. The fields do not influence particles from a classical mechanical point of view, but quantum particles are influenced by the corresponding vector potential which does not necessarily vanish outside the obstacle. This quantum phenomenon is called the AB effect. The resonances are shown to be generated near the real axis by the trajectories trapped between two supports of the scalar potentials as the distances between the scatterers go to infinity. We analyze how the AB effect influences the location of resonances. The result is described in terms of the backward amplitudes for scattering by each of the scalar potentials, and it depends heavily on the ratios of the distances between the four scatterers as well as on the magnetic fluxes of the fields.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665812016Asymptotic properties in forward directions of resolvent kernels of magnetic Schrödinger operators in two dimensions139ENHideoTamura10.18926/mjou/53916We study the asymptotic properties in forward directions of resolvent kernels with spectral parameters in the lower half plane (unphysical sheet) of the complex plane for magnetic Schrödinger operators in two dimensions. The asymptotic formula obtained has an application to the problem of quantum resonances in magnetic scattering, and it is especially helpful in studying how the Aharonov–Bohm effect influences the location of resonances. Here we mention only the results without proofs.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015ZERO MEAN CURVATURE SURFACES IN LORENTZ-MINKOWSKI 3-SPACE AND 2-DIMENSIONAL FLUID MECHANICS173200ENShoichiFujimoriYoung WookKimSung-EunKohWayneRossmanHeayongShinMasaakiUmeharaKotaroYamadaSeong-DeogYang10.18926/mjou/53048Space-like maximal surfaces and time-like minimal surfaces
in Lorentz-Minkowski 3-space R<sup>3</sup><sub>1</sub> are both characterized as zero mean
curvature surfaces. We are interested in the case where the zero mean
curvature surface changes type from space-like to time-like at a given
non-degenerate null curve. We consider this phenomenon and its interesting connection to 2-dimensional fluid mechanics in this expository
article.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015ENUMERATIVE COMBINATORICS ON DETERMINANTS AND SIGNED BIGRASSMANNIAN POLYNOMIALS159172ENMasatoKobayashi10.18926/mjou/53047As an application of linear algebra for enumerative combinatorics,
we introduce two new ideas, signed bigrassmannian polynomials
and bigrassmannian determinant. First, a signed bigrassmannian
polynomial is a variant of the statistic given by the number of bigrassmannian
permutations below a permutation in Bruhat order as Reading
suggested (2002) and afterward the author developed (2011). Second,
bigrassmannian determinant is a q-analog of the determinant with respect
to our statistic. It plays a key role for a determinantal expression
of those polynomials. We further show that bigrassmannian determinant
satisfies weighted condensation as a generalization of Dodgson,
Jacobi-Desnanot and Robbins-Rumsey (1986).No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015ON ∅-RECURRENT CONTACT METRIC MANIFOLDS149158ENEsmaeilPeyghanHassanNasrabadiAkbarTayebi10.18926/mjou/53046In this paper, we prove that evry 3-dimensional manifold
M is a ∅-recurrent N(k)-contact metric manifold if and only if it is flat.
Then we classify the ∅-recurrent contact metric manifolds of constant
curvature. This implies that there exists no ∅-recurrent N(k)-contact
metric manifold, which is neither symmetric nor locally ∅-symmetric.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015AN EXPLICIT EFFECT OF NON-SYMMETRY OF RANDOM WALKS ON THE TRIANGULAR LATTICE129148ENSatoshiIshiwataHiroshiKawabiTsubasaTeruya10.18926/mjou/53045In the present paper, we study an explicit effect of non-symmetry on asymptotics of the n-step transition probability as n → ∞
for a class of non-symmetric random walks on the triangular lattice. Realizing the triangular lattice into R<sup>2</sup> appropriately, we observe that the
Euclidean distance in R<sup>2</sup> naturally appears in the asymptotics. We characterize this realization from a geometric view point of Kotani-Sunada’s
standard realization of crystal lattices. As a corollary of the main theorem, we obtain that the transition semigroup generated by the non-symmetric random walk approximates the heat semigroup generated by
the usual Brownian motion on R<sup>2</sup>.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015THE EQUIVARIANT SIMPLICIAL DE RHAM COMPLEX AND THE CLASSIFYING SPACE OF A SEMI-DIRECT PRODUCT GROUP123128ENNaoyaSuzuki10.18926/mjou/53044We show that the cohomology group of the total complex
of the equivariant simplicial de Rham complex is isomorphic to the cohomology
group of the classifying space of a semi-direct product group.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015THE CANONICAL LINE BUNDLES OVER EQUIVARIANT REAL PROJECTIVE SPACES111122ENYanQi10.18926/mjou/53043A generator of the reduced KO-group of the real projective space of dimension n is related to the canonical line bundle γ. In
the present paper, we will prove that for a finite group G of odd order and a real G-representation U of dimension 2n, in the reduced G-equivariant KO-group of the real projective space associated with the
G-representation R ⊕ U, the element 2<sup>n+2</sup>[γ] is equal to zero.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015SUPPLEMENTED MORPHISMS99110ENArdaKörTruong CongQuynhSerapŞahinkayaMuhammet TamerKoşan10.18926/mjou/53042In the present paper, left R-modules M and N are studied
under the assumptions that Hom<sub>R</sub>(M,N) is supplemented. It is shown
that Hom(M,N) is (⊕, G*, amply)-supplemented if and only if N is
(⊕, G*, amply)-supplemented. Some applications to cosemisimple modules,
refinable modules and UCC-modules are presented. Finally, the
relationship between the Jacobson radical J[M,N] of Hom<sub>R</sub>(M,N) and
Hom<sub>R</sub>(M,N) is supplemented are investigated. Let M be a finitely generated,
self-projective left R-module and N ∈ Gen(M). We show that if
Hom(M,N) is supplemented and N has GD2 then Hom(M,N)/J(M,N)
is semisimple as a left E<sub>M</sub>-module.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015STEENROD-ČECH HOMOLOGY-COHOMOLOGY THEORIES ASSOCIATED WITH BIVARIANT FUNCTORS8598ENKoheiYoshida10.18926/mjou/53041Let NG<sub>0</sub> denote the category of all pointed numerically
generated spaces and continuous maps preserving base-points. In [SYH],
we described a passage from bivariant functors NG<sub>0</sub><sup>op</sup>
× NG<sub>0</sub> → NG<sub>0</sub>
to generalized homology and cohomology theories. In this paper, we
construct a bivariant functor such that the associated cohomology is
the Čech cohomology and the homology is the Steenrod homology (at
least for compact metric spaces).No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015ON MODEL STRUCTURE FOR COREFLECTIVE SUBCATEGORIES OF A MODEL CATEGORY7984ENTadayukiHaraguchi10.18926/mjou/53040No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015QUASI TERTIARY COMPOSITIONS AND A TODA BRACKET IN HOMOTOPY GROUPS OF SU(3)1378ENHideakiŌshimaKatsumiŌshima10.18926/mjou/53039We revise the theories of tertiary compositions studied by
Ôguchi and Mimura. As a byproduct, we determine a Toda bracket
in homotopy groups of SU(3) which solves an ambiguity in a previous
paper of Maruyama and the first author.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665712015MODULAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS WITH REGULAR SINGULARITIES AT ELLIPTIC POINTS FOR THE HECKE CONGRUENCE SUBGROUPS OF LOW-LEVELS112ENYuichiSakaiKenichiShimizu10.18926/mjou/53038In this paper, we give explicit expressions of modular differential equations with regular singularities at elliptic points for the Hecke
subgroups of level 2, 3, and 4, and their solutions expressed in terms of
the Gauss hypergeometric series. We also give quasimodular-form solutions for some modular differential equations.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014ON THE SOLVABILITY OF CERTAIN (SSIE) WITH OPERATORS OF THE FORM B(r, s)179198ENBruno deMalafosseEberhardMalkowsky10.18926/mjou/52077Given any sequence z = (z<sub>n</sub>)<sub>n≥1</sub> of positive real numbers
and any set E of complex sequences, we write Ez for the set of all
sequences y = (y<sub>n</sub>)<sub>n≥1</sub> such that y/z = (y<sub>n</sub>/z<sub>n</sub>)<sub>n≥1</sub> ∈ E; in particular,
s<sub>z</sub><sup>(c)</sup>
denotes the set of all sequences y such that y/z converges. In this
paper we deal with sequence spaces inclusion equations (SSIE), which
are determined by an inclusion each term of which is a sum or a sum
of products of sets of sequences of the form Xa(T) and Xx(T) where
a is a given sequence, the sequence x is the unknown, T is a given
triangle, and Xa(T) and Xx(T) are the matrix domains of T in the set X
. Here we determine the set of all positive sequences x for which the
(SSIE) s<sub>x</sub><sup>(c)</sup>
(B(r, s)) s<sub>x</sub><sup>(c)</sup>⊂
(B(r', s')) holds, where r, r', s' and s are real
numbers, and B(r, s) is the generalized operator of the first difference
defined by (B(r, s)y)<sub>n</sub> = ry<sub>n</sub>+sy<sub>n−1</sub> for all n ≥ 2 and (B(r, s)y)<sub>1</sub> = ry<sub>1</sub>.
We also determine the set of all positive sequences x for which
ry<sub>n</sub> + sy<sub>n−1</sub> /x<sub>n</sub>
→ l implies
r'y<sub>n</sub> + s'y<sub>n−1</sub>
/x<sub>n</sub>
→ l (n → ∞) for all y
and for some scalar l. Finally, for a given sequence a, we consider the
a–Tauberian problem which consists of determining the set of all x such
that s<sub>x</sub><sup>(c)</sup> (B(r, s)) ⊂ s<sub>a</sub><sup>(c)</sup> .No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014CONVEXITY PROPERTIES OF A NEW GENERAL INTEGRAL OPERATOR OF p-VALENT FUNCTIONS171178ENSerapBulut10.18926/mjou/52076In this paper, we introduce a new general integral operator
and obtain the order of convexity of this integral operator.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014STUDY OF A PARABOLIC PROBLEM IN A CONICAL DOMAIN157169ENBoubaker-KhaledSadallah10.18926/mjou/52075In this paper we consider the heat equation with Dirichlet
boundary conditions in a conical domain. We look for a sufficient condition
on the lateral surface of the cone in order to have the optimal
regularity of the solution in an anisotropic Sobolev space when the right
hand side of the equation is in a Lebesgue space.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014THE BEST CONSTANT OF L<sup>p</sup> SOBOLEV INEQUALITY CORRESPONDING TO DIRICHLET-NEUMANN BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEM145155ENHiroyukiYamagishiKohtaroWatanabeYoshinoriKametaka10.18926/mjou/52074We have obtained the best constant of the following L<sup>p</sup>
Sobolev inequality
sup
<sub>0≤y≤1</sub>|
u<sup>(j)</sup>(y)|
≤C (∫ <doubleint><sub>0</sub><sup>1</sup>
</doubleint> |
u<sup>(M)</sup>(x)|
<sup>p</sup>
dx)<sup>1/p</sup>
,
where u is a function satisfying u<sup>(M)</sup> ∈ L<sup>p</sup>(0, 1), u<sup>(2i)</sup>(0) = 0 (0 ≤i ≤
[(M − 1)/2]) and u<sup>(2i+1)</sup>(1) = 0 (0 ≤ i ≤ [(M − 2)/2]), where u<sup>(i)</sup> is
the abbreviation of (d/dx)<sup>i</sup>u(x). In [9], the best constant of the above
inequality was obtained for the case of p = 2 and j = 0. This paper
extends the result of [9] under the conditions p > 1 and 0 ≤ j ≤ M −1.
The best constant is expressed by Bernoulli polynomials.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014GROWTH OF SOLUTIONS OF HIGHER ORDER LINEAR DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS129143ENAbdallah ElFarissiBenharratBelaïdi10.18926/mjou/52073This paper is devoted to studying the growth of solutions
of the higher order nonhomogeneous linear differential equation
f<sup>(k)</sup> + A<sub>k−1</sub>f<sup>(k−1)</sup> + ... + A<sub>2</sub>f
"
+ (D<sub>1</sub> (z) + A<sub>1</sub> (z) e<sup>P(z)</sup>) f
'
+ (D<sub>0</sub> (z) + A<sub>0</sub> (z)e <sup>Q(z)</sup>) f = F (k ≥ 2) ,
where P (z) , Q(z) are nonconstant polynomials such that deg P =
degQ = n and Aj (z) (j = 0, 1, ..., k − 1) , F (z) are entire functions
with max{p(Aj) (j = 0, 1, ..., k − 1) , p(Dj) (j = 0, 1)} < n. We also
investigate the relationship between small functions and the solutions of
the above equation.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014WEIL ALGEBRAS ASSOCIATED TO FUNCTORS OF THIRD ORDER SEMIHOLONOMIC VELOCITIES117127ENMiroslavKureš10.18926/mjou/52072The structure of Weil algebras associated to functors of
third order semiholonomic velocities is completely described including
the explicit expression of widths.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014EQUIVARIANT STABLE HOMOTOPY THEORY FOR PROPER ACTIONS OF DISCRETE GROUPS91115ENNoéBárcenas10.18926/mjou/52071Following ideas of Graeme Segal [Segal(1973)], [Segal(1968)],
Christian Schlichtkrull [Schlichtkrull(2007)] and Kazuhisa Shimakawa
[Shimakawa(1989)] we construct equivariant stable homotopy groups for
proper equivariant CW complexes with an action of a discrete group.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014A MODEL FOR THE WHITEHEAD PRODUCT IN RATIONAL MAPPING SPACES7589ENTakahitoNaito10.18926/mjou/52070We describe the Whitehead products in the rational homo-
topy group of a connected component of a mapping space in terms of
the André-Quillen cohomology. As a consequence, an upper bound for
the Whitehead length of a mapping space is given.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014PRIME, MAXIMAL AND PRIMITIVE IDEALS IN SOME SUBRINGS OF POLYNOMIAL RINGS6574ENMiguelFerreroEdilson SoaresMiranda10.18926/mjou/52069In this paper we describe prime, maximal and primitive
ideals in some graded subrings of polynomial rings. As applications the
corresponding radicals are determined.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014SUMS OF TWO BIQUADRATES AND ELLIPTIC CURVES OF RANK ≥ 45163ENF.A.IzadiF.KhoshnamK.Nabardi10.18926/mjou/52068If an integer n is written as a sum of two biquadrates in
two different ways, then the elliptic curve y<sup>2</sup> = x<sup>3</sup> − nx has positive
rank. We utilize Euler’s parametrization to introduce some homoge-
neous equations to prove that En has rank ≥ 3. If moreover n is odd
and the parity conjecture is true, then the curve has even rank ≥ 4.
Finally, some examples of ranks equal to 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 and 10, are also
obtained.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014ON POSITIVE INTEGERS OF MINIMAL TYPE CONCERNED WITH THE CONTINUED FRACTION EXPANSION3550ENYasuhiroKishiSayakaTajiriKen-ichiroYoshizuka10.18926/mjou/52067No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014INTERSECTIVE POLYNOMIALS WITH GALOIS GROUP D<sub>5</sub>2733ENMelisa J.LavalleeBlair K.SpearmanQiduanYang10.18926/mjou/52066We give an infinite family of intersective polynomials with
Galois group D<sub>5</sub>, the dihedral group of order 10.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014A CHARACTERIZATION OF THE GLAUBERMAN-WATANABE CORRESPONDING BLOCKS AS BIMODULES1726ENFuminoriTasaka10.18926/mjou/52065We give a characterization of the Glauberman-Watanabe
corresponding blocks viewed as bimodules as a direct summand of a
restricted or an induced module from the block in terms of a vertex and
a multiplicity.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665612014MUTATING BRAUER TREES116ENTakumaAihara10.18926/mjou/52064In this paper we introduce mutation of Brauer trees. We
show that our mutation of Brauer trees explicitly describes the tilting
mutation of Brauer tree algebras introduced by Okuyama and Rickard.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013ON HYPERBOLIC AREA OF THE MODULI OF θ－ACUTE TRIANGLES191200ENNaomiKanesakaHiroakiNakamura10.18926/mjou/49105A θ-acute triangle is a Euclidean triangle on the plane
whose three angles are less than a given constant θ. In this note, we
shall give an explicit formula computing the hyperbolic area A(θ) of
the moduli region of θ-acute triangles on the Poincar´e disk. It turns
out that A(θ) is a period in the sense of Kontsevich-Zagier if cot θ is a
nonnegative algebraic number.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013AN ALGEBRAIC APPROACH TO THE CAMERON-MARTIN-MARUYAMA-GIRSANOV FORMULA167190ENJirôAkahoriTakafumiAmabaSachiyoUraguchi10.18926/mjou/49104In this paper, we will give a new perspective to the Cameron-
Martin-Maruyama-Girsanov formula by giving a totally algebraic proof
to it. It is based on the exponentiation of the Malliavin-type differenti-
ation and its adjointness.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013UNIFORM STABILITY AND BOUNDEDNESS OF SOLUTIONS OF NONLINEAR DELAY DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS OF THE THIRD ORDER157166ENAdemoraAdeleke TimothyArawamoPeter Olutola10.18926/mjou/49103In this paper, a complete Lyapunov functional was con-
structed and used to obtain criteria (when p = 0) for uniform asymptotic
stability of the zero solution of the nonlinear delay differential equation
(1.1). When p ≠ 0, sufficient conditions are also established for uni-
form boundedness and uniform ultimate boundedness of solutions of
this equation. Our results improve and extend some well known results
in the literature.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013MULTIPLICITY-FREE PERMUTATION CHARACTERS OF COVERING GROUPS OF SPORADIC SIMPLE GROUPS145155ENS. A.LintonZ. E.Mpono10.18926/mjou/49102In this paper we classify all multiplicity-free faithful per-
mutation representations of the covering groups of the sporadic simple
groups. These results were obtained computationally, making extensive
use of the GAP library of character tables.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013PURITY AND GORENSTEIN FILTERED RINGS131143ENHirokiMiyahara10.18926/mjou/49101In this paper, we discuss on the existence of filtrations of
modules having good properties. In particular, we focus on filtered
homomorphisms called strict, and show that there exists a filtration
which makes a filtered homomorphism a strict filtered homomorphism.
Moreover, by using this result, we study purity for filtered modules over
a Gorenstein filtered ring.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013ON MONO-INJECTIVE MODULES AND MONO-OJECTIVE MODULES117129ENDeryaKeskin TütüncüYosukeKuratomi10.18926/mjou/49099In [5] and [6], we have introduced a couple of relative generalized
epi-projectivities and given several properties of these projectivities.
In this paper, we consider relative generalized injectivities that are
dual to these relative projectivities and apply them to the study of direct
sums of extending modules. Firstly we prove that for an extending
module N, a module M is N-injective if and only if M is mono-Ninjective
and essentially N-injective. Then we define a mono-ojectivity
that plays an important role in the study of direct sums of extending
modules. The structure of (mono-)ojectivity is complicated and hence it
is difficult to determine whether these injectivities are inherited by finite
direct sums and direct summands even in the case where each module
is quasi-continuous. Finally we give several characterizations of these
injectivities and find necessary and sufficient conditions for the direct
sums of extending modules to be extending.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013A MODEL STRUCTURE ON THE CATEGORY OF SMALL CATEGORIES FOR COVERINGS95116ENKoheiTanaka10.18926/mjou/49098We consider a model structure on the category of small
categories, which is intimately related to the notion of coverings and
fundamental groups of small categories. Fibrant objects coincide with
groupoids, and the fibrant replacement is the groupoidification.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013NOTE ON THE COHOMOLOGICAL INVARIANT OF PFISTER FORMS8793ENMichishigeTezukaNobuakiYagita10.18926/mjou/49097The cohomological invariant ring of the n-Pfister forms is
isomorphic to the invariant ring under a GLn(Z/2)-action in that of an
elementary abelian 2-group of rank n.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013THE BLOCK APPROXIMATION THEOREM5385ENDanHaranMosheJardenFlorianPop10.18926/mjou/49096The block approximation theorem is an extensive general-
ization of both the well known weak approximation theorem from valu-
ation theory and the density property of global fields in their henseliza-
tions. It guarantees the existence of rational points of smooth affine
varieties that solve approximation problems of local-global type (see
e.g. [HJP07]). The theorem holds for pseudo real closed fields, by
[FHV94]. In this paper we prove the block approximation for pseudo-F-
closed fields K, where F is an ´etale compact family of valuations of K
with bounded residue fields (Theorem 4.1). This includes in particular
the case of pseudo p-adically closed fields and generalizations of these
like the ones considered in [HJP05].No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665512013EXPLICIT ASSOCIATOR RELATIONS FOR MULTIPLE ZETA VALUES152ENIsmaëlSoudères10.18926/mjou/49095Associators were introduced by Drinfel’d in [Dri91] as a
monodromy representation of a Knizhnik-Zamolodchikov equation. Associators
can be briefly described as formal series in two non-commutative
variables satisfying three equations. These three equations yield a
large number of algebraic relations between the coefficients of the series,
a situation which is particularly interesting in the case of the original
Drinfel’d associator, whose coefficients are multiple zetas values. In
the first part of this paper, we work out these algebraic relations among
multiple zeta values by direct use of the defining relations of associators.
While well-known for the first two relations, the algebraic relations we
obtain for the third (pentagonal) relation, which are algorithmically explicit
although we do not have a closed formula, do not seem to have
been previously written down. The second part of the paper shows
that if one has an explicit basis for the bar-construction of the moduli
space M0,5 of genus zero Riemann surfaces with 5 marked points
at one’s disposal, then the task of writing down the algebraic relations
corresponding to the pentagon relation becomes significantly easier and
more economical compared to the direct calculation above. We discuss
the explicit basis described by Brown and Gangl, which is dual to the
basis of the enveloping algebra of the braids Lie algebra UB5.
In order to write down the relation between multiple zeta values, we
then remark that it is enough to write down the relations associated
to elements that generate the bar construction as an algebra. This
corresponds to looking at the bar construction modulo shuffle, which
is dual to the Lie algebra of 5-strand braids. We write down, in the
appendix, the associated algebraic relations between multiple zeta values
in weights 2 and 3.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15664111999Universal Factorization Equalities for Quaternion Matrices and Their Applications4562ENYonggeTian10.18926/mjou/48176No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15664111999Semi-Convergence of Filters and Nets103109ENR. M.Latif10.18926/mjou/48175No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15664111999Irreducibilities of the Induced Characters of Cyclic p-Groups2736ENKatsusukeSekiguchi10.18926/mjou/48174No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15664111999A Generalization of the Dade's Theorem on Localization of Injective Modules7579ENKazuhikoHirataUSyu10.18926/mjou/48173No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012ON MEANS OF BANACH-SPACE-VALUED FUNCTIONS145211ENRyotaroSato10.18926/mjou/47199We continue to study relations among exponential and polynomial growth orders of the γ-th order Cesàro means (γ≥0) and of the Abel mean for a Banach-space-valued function u on the interval [0,∞). We have already studied the problem for a continuous function u. Now we assume that u is a locally integrable function in a Banach space or an improperly locally integrable positive function in a Banach lattice.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012CONTROLLABILITY OF FRACTIONAL INTEGRODIFFERENTIAL SYSTEMS VIA SEMIGROUP THEORY IN BANACH SPACES133143ENMohammedHaziMabroukBragdi10.18926/mjou/47198This paper focuses on controllability results of fractional integrodifferential systems in Banach spaces. We obtain sufficient conditions for the controllability results by using fractional calculus, semi-group theory and the fixed point theorem.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012HOMOGENIZATION OF NON-LINEAR VARIATIONAL PROBLEMS WITH THIN INCLUSIONS97131ENAbdelaziz AïtMoussaLoubnaZlaïji10.18926/mjou/47197We are concerned in this work with the asymptotic behavior of an assemblage whose components are a thin inclusion with higher rigidity modulus included into an elastic body. We aim at finding the approximating energy functional of the above structure in a Γ-convergence framework, and making use also of the subadditive theorem and the blow-up method.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012THE TANGENT BUNDLES OVER EQUIVARIANT REAL PROJECTIVE SPACES8796ENYanQi10.18926/mjou/47196let G be a nontrivial cyclic group of odd order. In the present paper, we will prove that the fourfold Whitney sum of the tangent bundle of real projective plane of any three dimensional nontrivial real G-representation is equivariantly a product bundle.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012NOTE ON THE HOMOTOPY OF THE SPACE OF MAPS BETWEEN REAL PROJECTIVE SPACES7786ENKohheiYamaguchi10.18926/mjou/47195We study the homotopy types of the space consisting of all base-point preseving continuous maps from the m dimensional real projective space into the n dimensional real projective space. When 2 ≤ m < n, it has two path connected components and we investigate whether these two path-components have the same homotopy type or not.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012ON A GENERALIZATION OF CQF-3′ MODULES AND COHEREDITARY TORSION THEORIES6576ENYasuhikoTakehana10.18926/mjou/47194Throughout this paper we assume that R is a right perfect ring with identity and let Mod-R be the category of right R-modules. Let M be a right R-module. We denote by 0 → K(M) → P(M) → M → 0 the projective cover of M. M is called a CQF-3′ module, if P(M) is M-generated, that is, P(M) is isomorphic to a homomorphic image of a direct sum ⊕M of some copies of M. A subfunctor of the identity functor of Mod-R is called a preradical. For a preradical σ, T<sub>σ</sub> := {M ∈ Mod-R : σ(M) = M} is called the class of σ-torsion right R-modules, and F<sub>σ</sub> := {M ∈ Mod-R : σ(M) = 0} is called the class of σ-torsionfree right R-modules. A right R-module M is called σ-projective if the functor Hom<sub>R</sub>(M,−) preserves the exactness for any exact sequence 0 → A → B → C → 0 with A ∈ F<sub>σ</sub>. We put P<sub>σ</sub>(M) = P(M)/σ(K(M)) for a module M. We call a right R-module M a
σ-CQF-3′ module if P<sub>σ</sub>(M) is M-generated. In this paper, we characterize σ-CQF-3′ modules and give some related facts.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012ON A GENERALIZATION OF QF-3′ MODULES AND HEREDITARY TORSION THEORIES5363ENYasuhikoTakehana10.18926/mjou/47193Let R be a ring with identity, and let Mod-R be the category of right R-modules. Let M be a right R-module. We denote by E(M) the injective hull of M. M is called QF-3′ module, if E(M) is M-torsionless, that is, E(M) is isomorphic to a submodule of a direct product ΠM of some copies of M. A subfunctor of the identity functor of Mod-R is called a preradical. For a preradical σ, T<sub>σ</sub> := {M ∈ Mod-R : σ(M) = M} is the class of σ-torsion right R-modules, and F<sub>σ</sub> := {M ∈ Mod-R : σ(M) = 0} is the class of σ-torsionfree right R-modules. A right R-module M is called σ-injective if the functor Hom<sub>R</sub>(−,M) preserves the exactness for any exact sequence 0 → A → B → C → 0 with C ∈ T<sub>σ</sub>. A right R-module M is called σ-QF-3′ module if E<sub>σ</sub>(M) is M-torsionless, where E<sub>σ</sub>(M) is defined by E<sub>σ</sub>(M)/M := σ(E(M)/M). In this paper, we characterize σ-QF-3′ modules and give some related
facts.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012ON THE STRUCTURE OF THE MORDELL-WEIL GROUPS OF THE JACOBIANS OF CURVES DEFINED BY y<sup>n</sup> = f(x)4952ENHyunsukMoon10.18926/mjou/47192Let A be an abelian variety defined over a number field K. It is proved that for the composite field K<sub>n</sub> of all Galois extensions over K of degree dividing n, the torsion subgroup of the Mordell-Weil group A(K<sub>n</sub>) is finite. This is a variant of Ribet’s result ([7]) on the finiteness of torsion subgroup of A(K(ζ<sub>∞</sub>)). It is also proved that for the Jacobians of superelliptic curves y<sup>n</sup> = f(x) defined over K the Mordell-Weil group over the field generated by all nth roots of elements of K is the direct sum of a finite torsion group and a free ℤ-module of infinite rank.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012HILBERT-SPEISER NUMBER FIELDS AND STICKELBERGER IDEALS; THE CASE p = 23348ENHumioIchimura10.18926/mjou/47191We say that a number field F satisfies the condition (H′<sub>2<sup>m</sup></sub>) when any abelian extension of exponent dividing 2<sup>m </sup> has a normal basis with respect to rings of 2-integers. We say that it satisfies (H′
<sub>2<sup>∞</sup></sub>) when it satisfies (H′
<sub>2<sup>m</sup></sub>) for all m. We give a condition for F to satisfy (H'<sub>2<sup>m</sup></sub>), and show that the imaginary quadratic fields F = Q(√−1) and Q(√−2) satisfy the very strong condition (H′
<sub>2<sup>∞</sup></sub>) if the conjecture that h<sup>+</sup><sub>2<sup>m</sup></sub> = 1 for all m is valid. Here, h<sup>+</sup><sub>2<sup>m</sup></sub>) is the class number of the maximal real abelian field of conductor 2<sup>m</sup>.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665412012SOME REMARKS ON LUCAS PSEUDOPRIMES132ENNoriyukiSuwa10.18926/mjou/47190We present a way of viewing Lucas pseudoprimes, Euler-Lucas pseudoprimes and strong Lucas pseudoprimes in the context of group schemes. This enables us to treat the Lucas pseudoprimalities in parallel to establish pseudoprimes, Euler pseudoprimes and strong pseudoprimes.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011TRIANGLE CENTERS DEFINED BY QUADRATIC POLYNOMIALS185216ENYoshioAgaoka10.18926/mjou/41406We consider a family of triangle centers whose barycentric coordinates are given by quadratic polynomials, and determine the lines that contain an infinite number of such triangle centers. We show that for a given quadratic triangle center, there exist in general four principal lines through this center. These four principal lines possess an intimate connection with the Nagel line.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011THE UNIFORM EXPONENTIAL STABILITY OF LINEAR SKEW-PRODUCT SEMIFLOWS ON REAL HILBERT SPACE173183ENPham VietHaiLe NgocThanh10.18926/mjou/41405The goal of the paper is to present some characterizations for the uniform exponential stability of linear skew-product semiflows on real Hilbert space.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011A CAUCHY-KOWALEVSKI THEOREM FOR INFRAMONOGENIC FUNCTIONS167172ENHelmuth R.MalonekDixan PeñaPeñaFrankSommen10.18926/mjou/41404In this paper we prove a Cauchy-Kowalevski theorem for the functions satisfying the system ∂<sub>x</sub>f∂<sub>x</sub> = 0 (called inframonogenic functions).No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011AN EXPLICIT PSp<sub>4</sub>(3)-POLYNOMIAL WITH 3 PARAMETERS OF DEGREE 40155165ENHidetakaKitayama10.18926/mjou/41403We will give an explicit polynomial over ℚ with 3 parameters of degree 40 as a result of the inverse Galois problem. Its Galois group over ℚ (resp. ℚ(√-3)) is isomorphic to PGSp<sub>4</sub>(3) (resp. PSp<sub>4</sub>(3)) and it is a regular PSp<sub>4</sub>(3)-polynomial over ℚ(p√−3). To construct the polynomial and prove its properties above we use some results of Siegel modular forms and permutation group theory.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011ABSTRACT LOCAL COHOMOLOGY FUNCTORS129154ENYujiYoshinoTakeshiYoshizawa10.18926/mjou/41402We propose to define the notion of abstract local cohomology functors. The ordinary local cohomology functor RΓ<sub>I</sub> with support in the closed subset defined by an ideal I and the generalized local cohomology functor RΓ<sub>I,J</sub> defined in [16] are characterized as elements of the set of all the abstract local cohomology functors.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011NOTE ON SYMMETRIC HILBERT SERIES111127ENYujiKamoi10.18926/mjou/41401No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011ON ALMOST N-SIMPLE-PROJECTIVES101109ENYoshitomoBabaTakeshiYamazaki10.18926/mjou/41400The concept of almost N-projectivity is defined in [5] by M. Harada and A. Tozaki to translate the concept "lifting module" in terms of homomorphisms. In [6, Theorem 1] M. Harada defined a little weaker condition "almost N-simple-projecive" and gave the following
relationship between them: For a semiperfect ring R and R-modules M and N of finite length,
M is almost N-projective if and only if M is almost N-simple-projective. We remove the assumption "of finite length" and give the result in Theorem 5 as follows: For a semiperfect ring R, a finitely generated right R-module M
and an indecomposable right R-module N of finite Loewy length, M is almost N-projective if and only if M is almost N-simple-projective. We also see that, for a semiperfect ring R, a finitely generated R-module M and an R-module N of finite Loewy length, M is N-simple-projective if and only if M is N-projective.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011FP-GR-INJECTIVE MODULES83100ENXiaoyanYangZhongkuiLiu10.18926/mjou/41399In this paper, we give some characterizations of FP-grinjective R-modules and graded right R-modules of FP-gr-injective dimension at most n. We study the existence of FP-gr-injective envelopes and FP-gr-injective covers. We also prove that (1) (<sup>⊥</sup>gr-FI, gr-FI) is a hereditary cotorsion theory if and only if R is a left gr-coherent ring, (2) If R is right gr-coherent with FP-gr-id(R<sub>R</sub>) ≤ n, then (gr-FI<sub>n</sub>, gr-F <sub>n</sub><sup>⊥</sup>) is a perfect cotorsion theory, (3) (<sup>⊥</sup>gr-FI<sub>n</sub>, gr-FI<sub>n</sub>) is a cotorsion theory, where gr-FI denotes the class of all FP-gr-injective left R-modules, gr-FI<sub>n</sub> is the class of all graded right R-modules of FP-gr-injective dimension at most n. Some applications are given.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011TORSION OF ELLIPTIC CURVES OVER QUADRATIC CYCLOTOMIC FIELDS7582ENFilipNajman10.18926/mjou/41398In this paper we study the possible torsions of elliptic curves over ℚ(i) and ℚ(√−3).No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011PROJECTIVE STRUCTURES AND AUTOMORPHIC PSEUDODIFFERENTIAL OPERATORS5574ENMin HoLee10.18926/mjou/41397Automorphic pseudodifferential operators are pseudodifferential operators that are invariant under an action of a discrete subgroup Γ of SL(2,ℝ), and they are closely linked to modular forms. In particular, there is a lifting map from modular forms to automorphic pseudodifferential
operators, which can be interpreted as a lifting morphism of sheaves over the Riemann surface X associated to the given discrete subgroup Γ. One of the questions raised in a paper by Cohen, Manin, and Zagier is whether the difference in the images of a local section of a sheaf under such lifting morphisms corresponding to two projective structures on X can be expressed in terms of certain Schwarzian derivatives. The purpose of this paper is to provide a positive answer to this question for some special cases.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011LIFTED CODES OVER FINITE CHAIN RINGS3953ENSteven T.DoughertyHongweiLiuYoung HoPark10.18926/mjou/41396In this paper, we study lifted codes over finite chain rings. We use γ-adic codes over a formal power series ring to study codes over finite chain rings.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15665312011ASYMPTOTIC ANALYSIS FOR GREEN FUNCTIONS OF AHARONOV-BOHM HAMILTONIAN WITH APPLICATION TO RESONANCE WIDTHS IN MAGNETIC SCATTERING137ENHideoTamura10.18926/mjou/41395The Aharonov–Bohm Hamiltonian is the energy operator which governs quantum particles moving in a solenoidal field in two dimensions. We analyze asymptotic properties of its Green function with spectral parameters in the unphysical sheet. As an application, we discuss
the lower bound on resonance widths for scattering by two magnetic fields with compact supports at large separation. The bound is evaluated in terms of backward scattering amplitudes by a single magnetic field. A special emphasis is placed on analyzing how a trajectory oscillating between two magnetic fields gives rise to resonances near the real axis, as the distance between two supports goes to infinity. We also refer to the relation to the semiclassical resonance theory for scattering
by two solenoidal fields.No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662411982An application of certain multiplicities of C∞ map germs2535ENYoshifumiAndo10.18926/mjou/33994No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662411982Subgroup SU(8)/Z2 of compact simple Lie group E7 and non-compact simple Lie group E{7(7)} of type E75371ENIchiroYokota10.18926/mjou/33993No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662411982Note on groups with isomorphic group algebras16ENTôruFurukawa10.18926/mjou/33992No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662411982On a theorem of M. S. Putcha and A. Yaqub2123ENHiroakiKomatsu10.18926/mjou/33991No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662411982Some remarks on bisimple rings1519ENYasuyukiHiranoHisaoTominaga10.18926/mjou/33990No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662411982Surgery obstruction of twisted products7397ENTomoyoshiYoshida10.18926/mjou/33989No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662411982Some polynomial identities and commutativity of s-unital rings713ENYasuyukiHiranoYujiKobayashiHisaoTominaga10.18926/mjou/33988No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662411982On J-groups of S^l(RP(t-l)/RP(n-l))4551ENSusumuKônoAkieTamamura10.18926/mjou/33987No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662411982On the iterated Samelson product3744ENHideyukiKachi10.18926/mjou/33986No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662421982A certain type of commutative Hopf Galois extensions and their groups137152ENAtsushiNakajima10.18926/mjou/33985No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662421982Notes on stable equivariant maps167178ENSyuichiIzumiya10.18926/mjou/33984No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662421982On right p.p. rings99109ENYasuyukiHiranoMotoshiHonganMasayukiÔhori10.18926/mjou/33983No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662421982On the equational definability of addition in rings133136ENHiroakiKomatsu10.18926/mjou/33982No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662421982On strongly prime modules and related topics117132ENMotoshiHongan10.18926/mjou/33981No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662421982The S^1-transfer map and homotopy groups of suspended complex projective spaces179200ENJunoMukai10.18926/mjou/33980No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662421982Some polynomial identities and commutativity of s-unital rings. II111115ENYasuyukiHiranoHisaoTominagaAdilYaqub10.18926/mjou/33979No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662421982A construction of spaces with general connections which have points swallowing geodesics157165ENTominosukeOtsuki10.18926/mjou/33978No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662421982On an individual ergodic theorem153156ENRyotaroSato10.18926/mjou/33977No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978Notes on a conjecture of P. Erdös. II4149ENMasatakaYorinagaSaburôUchiyama10.18926/mjou/33976No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978Two commutativity theorems for rings6772ENYasuyukiHiranoHisaoTominaga10.18926/mjou/33975No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978Restricted semiprimary group rings7782ENJ. B.SrivastavaVishnuGupta10.18926/mjou/33974No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978On the fixed point set of S^1-actions on the complex flag manifolds116ENKenjiHokamaSusumuKôno10.18926/mjou/33973No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978Simply connected smooth 4-manifolds which admit nontrivial smooth S^1 actions2540ENTomoyoshiYoshida10.18926/mjou/33972No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978Note on commutativity of rings2124ENIsaoMogamiMotoshiHongan10.18926/mjou/33971No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978Note on the n-center of an algebra7376ENShûichiIkehata10.18926/mjou/33970No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978On rings satisfying some polynomial identities1720ENArifKaya10.18926/mjou/33969No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978On the p'-section sum in a finite group ring8386ENYukioTsushima10.18926/mjou/33968No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978On a theorem of S. Koshitani5965ENKaoruMotose10.18926/mjou/33967No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978Numerical investigation of some equations involving Euler's φ-function5158ENMasatakaYorinaga10.18926/mjou/33966No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662011978On the p-rationality of lifted characters8789ENYoshiyasuNobusato10.18926/mjou/33965No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662021978On powers of artinian rings without identity131140ENIchiroMuraseHisaoTominaga10.18926/mjou/33964No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662021978The monoid structure of Galois H-dimodule algebras induced by the smash product165177ENAtsushiNakajima10.18926/mjou/33963No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662021978Direct sums of nonsingular indecomposable injective modules9199ENMamoruKutamiKiyoichiOshiro10.18926/mjou/33962No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662021978On generalizations of V-rings and regular rings123129ENRogerYue Chi Ming10.18926/mjou/33961No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662021978Covers of abelian groups115121ENJohn D.O'neill10.18926/mjou/33960No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662021978Commutativity of certain rings179181ENKazuoKishimotoIsaoMogami10.18926/mjou/33959No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662021978On some sums involving farey fractions101113ENShigeruKanemitus10.18926/mjou/33958No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662021978Numerical computation of Carmichael numbers151163ENMasatakaYorinaga10.18926/mjou/33957No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662021978Some studies on strongly π-regular rings141149ENYasuyukiHirano10.18926/mjou/33956No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986Equivalence of module categories147150ENShojiKyuno10.18926/mjou/33955No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986SI-modules133146ENMohamed F.Yousif10.18926/mjou/33954No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986Products of Galois objects and the Picard invariant map2936ENLindsay N.Childs10.18926/mjou/33953No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986An O theorem for a class of Dirichlet series151158ENDonRedmond10.18926/mjou/33952No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986An algebraic proof of a theorem of Warfield on algebraically compact modules5360ENGoroAzumaya10.18926/mjou/33951No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986The category of s-unital modules6591ENHiroakiKomatsu10.18926/mjou/33950No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986A characterization of quadratic residue codes15ENNoboruIto10.18926/mjou/33949No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986On Jacobson's conjecture115118ENYasuyukiHiranoHiroakiKomatsuIsaoMogami10.18926/mjou/33948No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986On periodic rings and related rings101103ENHoward E.BellHisaoTominaga10.18926/mjou/33947No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986A remark on the ergodic Hilbert transform159163ENRyotaroSato10.18926/mjou/33946No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986The group of Galois H-dimodule algebras2127ENAntonio A.Blanco-FerroMiguel A.Lopez Lopez10.18926/mjou/33945No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.Department of Mathematics, Faculty of Science, Okayama UniversityActa Medica Okayama0030-15662811986Notes on biquadratic cyclic extensions of a commutative ring1520ENKazuoKishimoto10.18926/mjou/33944No potential conflict of interest relevant to this article was reported.