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Stépdnek (Prague) Astesiano, Egidio (I-GENO); 85j:03013 Costa, Gerardo (I-GENO) The insensitivity theorem for nonreducing reflexive types. J. Comput. System Sci. 27 (1983), no. 3, 389-399. ... The main result is the “insensitivity theorem” which, to quote the pa- per, shows that, “intuitively speaking, contexts of finite type and closed with respect to variables of reflexive type are insensitive ...
For small i, this settles conjectures of Gabber that extend the Grothendieck-Lefschetz theorem and give purity for the Brauer group for schemes with complete intersection singularities. ... We establish the flat cohomology version of the Gabber-Thomason purity for étale cohomology: for a complete intersection Noetherian local ring (R, 𝔪) and a commutative, finite, flat R-group G, the flat ... In particular, we thank Jacob Lurie for explaining to us the proof of Theorem 5.1.13. Moreover, we thank Dustin Clausen for the term "animation." ...arXiv:1912.10932v2 fatcat:baf3g7ihybejflt6uvtrie6j2q
This is in accordance with general expectations on the independence of $\ell$ in the Langlands correspondence for function fields. ... For a split reductive group $G$ over a finite field, we show that the intersection (cohomology) motive of the moduli stack of iterated $G$ -shtukas with bounded modification and level structure is defined ... They also thank Peter Scholze for pointing out a mistake in a previous version, and the anonymous referee for his/her careful reading which greatly improved the quality of the manuscript. ...doi:10.1017/fms.2019.32 fatcat:unogmpp3n5ajrfekua47khhqzy
W., 85e:68056; 85k:68057a and 85k:68057b secondary classifications (68Q55) Astesiano, Egidio (with Costa, Gerardo) The insensitivity theorem for nonreducing reflexive 85j:03013 types. ... (See 85f:68003) Salwicki, Andrsej (with Miildner, Tomasz) On the algorithmic properties of concurrent programs. 85j:68040 , Krister A completeness theorem in the modal logic of programs. 85k:03014 Sherman ...
(Authors’ summary) 85f:68028 68Q10 (with Astesiano, Egidio) The insensitivity theorem for nonreducing reflexive types. J. Comput. System Sci. 27 (1983), no. 3, 389-399. (E. G. ... Rubio de Francia) 85i:42015 § 42A50 (44A15) (with Sadosky, Cora) Vector-valued inequatities of Marcinkiewicz-Zygmund and Grothendieck type for Toeplitz forms. ...
This dissertation explores the syntax of one type of elliptical phenomena, Stripping. A speaker, Alexi, might utter (1), to which Tim might reply with a Stripping continuation, as in (1a). ... The Island (In)Sensitivity of Stripping David Potter Ellipsis plays a key role in the understanding of the relationship between what is uttered and what is understood. ... *No, up the theorem. (297) a. James wanted to go to the mall. b. No, to the bar. ...doi:10.21985/n26x7b fatcat:rdxpa6gzoffkxjwxnjc7alwkby
We argue that the prescribed return to reductionism would be disastrous for the cognitive and behavioral sciences, requiring the dismantling of most existing achievements and placing intolerable restrictions ... We acknowledge support from commentators for our view of physics and, responding to pressure and suggestions from commentators, deny the generality supervenience and explain what this involves. ... If the property of cohesion is nonreducible, then the object is nonreducible (not the kind of object; that can vary). ...doi:10.1017/s0140525x04330141 fatcat:kmzyfv52hreaxj4j36pijr5yci
Rather, language is viewed as a particular type of reflexive activity in which Kanzi was enculturated (see Shanker 2001; Taylor & Shanker, in press ). ... Second, we also think the dynamical multiscale approach could do justice to the nonreducible aspects of language development emphasized by S&K when they refer, for example, to the openendedness and the ... In the first, section R1, we consider some of the antecedents to dynamic systems (DS) in psychology, biology, anthropology, and primatology and note the key changes that have occurred in DS over the past ...doi:10.1017/s0140525x0245011x fatcat:lsdzp434ezhi7ks5q3crw57feu
Rather, language is viewed as a particular type of reflexive activity in which Kanzi was enculturated (see Shanker 2001; Taylor & Shanker, in press ). ... Second, we also think the dynamical multiscale approach could do justice to the nonreducible aspects of language development emphasized by S&K when they refer, for example, to the openendedness and the ... In the first, section R1, we consider some of the antecedents to dynamic systems (DS) in psychology, biology, anthropology, and primatology and note the key changes that have occurred in DS over the past ...doi:10.1017/s0140525x02280115 fatcat:kkarxwas4zdztlaayovtrznaqm
Examples of such varieties include flag varieties (for the type A quivers) and the Hilbert schemes of points in the plane (for the Jordan quiver.) ... In this thesis, we take the algebra as the fundamental object of study. ... This explains the reason for the dichotomy between types of arrows and the resulting asymmetry in the definition. ...doi:10.25560/79332 fatcat:d2z5asm6uvhkhjhbzui2ssdvf4
For the online version, the copyright is guaranteed by creative commons licenses. ... and sciences Of The PersOn ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The current issue of Phenomenology and Mind is published by the financial support of the PRIN research project "realismo e oggettività" 2010-2011 (national ... secondary somatosensory cortex for nonpainful and painful stimuli: an fmri study ", neuroimage, 20, pp. 1625-1638; Fodor, J. (1983) , The modularity of mind: an essay on faculty Psychology, mit Press; ...fatcat:7btuyn7eijfvjgfprpx7kpj76a