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    • Semisimplicity of Certain Representation Categories 

      Foster, John (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      We exhibit a correspondence between subcategories of modules over an algebra and sub-bimodules of the dual of that algebra. We then prove that the semisimplicity of certain such categories is equivalent to the existence ...
    • Solvable Particle Models Related to the Beta-Ensemble 

      Shum, Christopher (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      For beta > 0, the beta-ensemble corresponds to the joint probability density on the real line proportional to prod_{n > m}^N abs{x_n - x_m}^beta prod_{n = 1}^N w(x_n) where w is the weight of the system. It has the ...
    • Stabilization of chromatic functors 

      Leeman, Aaron, 1974- (University of Oregon, 2009-06)
      We study the Bousfield localization functors known as [Special characters omitted], as described in [MahS]. In particular we would like to understand how they interact with suspension and how they stabilize. We prove ...
    • Summability of Fourier orthogonal expansions and a discretized Fourier orthogonal expansion involving radon projections for functions on the cylinder 

      Wade, Jeremy, 1981- (University of Oregon, 2009-06)
      We investigate Cesàro summability of the Fourier orthogonal expansion of functions on B d × I m , where B d is the closed unit ball in [Special characters omitted] and I m is the m -fold Cartesian product of the ...
    • A Super Version of Zhu's Theorem 

      Jordan, Alex, 1979- (University of Oregon, 2008-06)
      We generalize a theorem of Zhu relating the trace of certain vertex algebra representations and modular invariants to the arena of vertex super algebras. The theorem explains why the space of simple characters for the ...
    • The Einstein Constraint Equations on Asymptotically Euclidean Manifolds 

      Dilts, James (University of Oregon, 2015-08-18)
      In this dissertation, we prove a number of results regarding the conformal method of finding solutions to the Einstein constraint equations. These results include necessary and sufficient conditions for the Lichnerowicz ...
    • The Geometry of quasi-Sasaki Manifolds 

      Welly, Adam (University of Oregon, 2016-10-27)
      Let (M,g) be a quasi-Sasaki manifold with Reeb vector field xi. Our goal is to understand the structure of M when g is an Einstein metric. Assuming that the S^1 action induced by xi is locally free or assuming a certain ...
    • The Homotopy Calculus of Categories and Graphs 

      Vicinsky, Deborah (University of Oregon, 2015-08-18)
      We construct categories of spectra for two model categories. The first is the category of small categories with the canonical model structure, and the second is the category of directed graphs with the Bisson-Tsemo model ...
    • Topics in Random Walks 

      Montgomery, Aaron (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      We study a family of random walks defined on certain Euclidean lattices that are related to incidence matrices of balanced incomplete block designs. We estimate the return probability of these random walks and use it to ...
    • The Tracial Rokhlin Property for Countable Discrete Amenable Group Actions on Nuclear Tracially Approximately Divisible C*-Algebras 

      Sun, Michael (University of Oregon, 2014-09-29)
      In this dissertation we explore the question of existence of a property of group actions on C*-algebras known as the tracial Rokhlin property. We prove existence of the property in a very general setting as well as specialise ...
    • Uniqueness of Conformal Ricci Flow and Backward Ricci Flow on Homogeneous 4-Manifolds 

      Bell, Thomas (University of Oregon, 2013-10-03)
      In the first chapter we consider the question of uniqueness of conformal Ricci flow. We use an energy functional associated with this flow along closed manifolds with a metric of constant negative scalar curvature. Given ...
    • Zonotopes and Hypertoric Varieties 

      Arbo, Matthew (University of Oregon, 2016-02-23)
      Hypertoric varieties are a class of conical symplectic resolutions which are very computable. In the current literature, they are only defined constructively, using hyperplane arrangements. We provide an abstract definition ...