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An example of a Bloch function
(Hindawi, 1979) 
Pseudodistances invariantes sur les domaines convexes d'un espace localement convexe
(Scuola Normale Superiore, 1985) 

Weak*continuity of Jordan triple products and its applications
(Institut for Matematiske Fag, Aarhus Universitet, 1986) 
The Dunford Pettis property for certain planar uniform algebras
(Department of Mathematics at The University of Michigan, 1987) 
Biholomorphic mappings and Banach function modules
(Walter de Gruyter, 1988) 
The centroid of a JB*triple system
(Institut for Matematiske Fag, Aarhus Universitet, 1988)No abstract available. 
Absolute bases, tensor products and a theorem of Bohr
(Instytut Matematyczny Polska Akademia Nauk, 1990) 
On a problem of H. Bohr
(Societe Royale des Sciences de Liege, 1991) 
On the SO(N) symmetry of the chiral SU(N) YangMills model
(Elsevier, 1993)The posibility of quantizing the anomalous SU(N) Yang?Mills model preserving the symmetry under the orthogonal subgroup is indicated. The corresponding Wess?Zumino action (1cocycle) possesses the additional SO(N) symmetry ... 
A fixedpoint theorem for holomorphic maps
(Royal Irish Academy, 1994)We consider the action on the maximal ideal space M of the algebra H of bounded analytic functions, induced by an analytic self?map of a complex manifold, X. After some general preliminaries, we focus on the question of ... 
Removing fermion doublers in chiral gauge theories on the lattice
(Elsevier, 1994)A method for removing fermion doublers in anomaly free chiral gauge theories on the lattice is proposed. It is proven that the resulting continuum theory is gauge invariant and does not require noninvariant counterterms ... 
On the automorphism groups of algebraic bounded domains
(Springer, 1995) 
Hamiltonian lattice gauge models and the Heisenberg double
(World Scientific, 1995)Hamiltonian lattice gauge models based on the assignment of the Heisenberg double of a Lie group to each link of the lattice are constructed in arbitrary spacetime dimensions. It is shown that the corresponding generalization ... 
Gauge invariant Hamiltonian formulation of lattice YangMills theory
(World Scientific, 1995)It it known that to get the usual Hamiltonian formulation of lattice YangMills theory in the temporal gauge A0 = 0 one should place on every link the cotangent bundle of a Lie group. The cotangent bundle may be considered ... 
Dynamical fermion simulations using Luscher's local bosonic action algorithm
(Elsevier, 1995)The twoflavour Schwinger model is used to test the local boson action algorithm of M Luescher. The autocorrelation time is found to rise linearly with the number of auxiliary boson fields. An extension to the algorithm ... 
Actions of groups of birationally extendible automorphisms
(World Science Publishing, 1996)The origin of this work is found in the study of automorphisms of domains D in Cn, n > 1. For example, suppose for the moment that D is relatively compact and recall that in this case the group Aut(D) of all holomorphic ... 
Octahedral and dodecahedral monopoles
(IOP, 1996)It is shown that there exists a charge five monopole with octahedral symmetry and a charge seven monopole with icosahedral symmetry. A numerical implementation of the ADHMN construction is used to calculate the energy ... 
Tetrahedral and cubic monopoles
(Springer Science + Business Media, 1996)Using a numerical implementation of the ADHMN construction, we compute the fields and energy densities of a charge three monopole with tetrahedral symmetry and a charge four monopole with octahedral symmetry. We then ...