We show the integrated density of states for a variety of Jacobi operators on graphs, such as the Anderson model and random hopping models on graphs with Gaussian heat kernel bounds, can be estimated from above and below in terms of the localization landscape counting function. Specific examples of these graphs include stacked and decorated lattices, graphs corresponding to band matrices, and aperiodic tiling graphs. The upper bound part of the landscape law also applies to the fractal Sierpinski gasket graph. As a consequence of the landscape law, we obtain landscape-based proofs of the Lifshitz tails in several models including random band matrix models, certain bond percolation Hamiltonians on $\mathbb{Z}^d$, and Jacobi operators on certain stacks of graphs. We also present intriguing numerical simulations exploring the behavior of the landscape counting function across various models.

It is known that the momentum operator canonically conjugated to the position operator for a particle moving in some bounded interval of the line {(with Dirichlet boundary conditions) is not essentially self-adjoint}: it has a continuous set of self-adjoint extensions. We prove that essential self-adjointness can be recovered by symmetrically weighting the momentum operator with a positive bounded function approximating the indicator function of the considered interval. This weighted momentum operator is consistently obtained from a similarly weighted classical momentum through the so-called Weyl-Heisenberg covariant integral quantization of functions or distributions.

Ising machines (IM) have recently been proposed as unconventional hardware-based computation accelerators for solving NP-hard problems. In this work, we present a model for a time-multiplexed IM based on the nonlinear oscillations in a delay line-based resonator and numerically study the effects that the circuit parameters, specifically the compression gain $\beta_r$ and frequency nonlinearity $\beta_i$, have on the IM solutions. We find that the likelihood of reaching the global minimum -- the global minimum probability (GMP) -- is the highest for a certain range of $\beta_r$ and $\beta_i$ located near the edge of the synchronization region of the oscillators. The optimal range remains unchanged for all tested coupling topologies and network connections. We also observe a sharp transition line in the ($\beta_i, \beta_r$) space above which the GMP falls to zero. In all cases, small variations in the natural frequency of the oscillators do not modify the results, allowing us to extend this model to realistic systems.

A well known procedure to get quantum hydrodynamical models for charge transport is to resort to the Wigner equations and deduce the hierarchy of the moment equations as in the semiclassical approach. If one truncates the moment hierarchy to a finite order, the resulting set of balance equations requires some closure assumption because the number of unknowns exceed the number of equations. In the classical and semiclassical kinetic theory a sound approach to get the desired closure relations is that based on the Maximum Entropy Principle (MEP) [13] (see[20] for charge transport in semiconductors). In [9] a quantum MEP hydrodynamical model has been devised for charge transport in the parabolic band approximation by introducing quantum correction based on the equilibrium Wigner function [30]. An extension to electron moving in pristine graphene has been obtained in [29]. Here we present a quantum hydrodynamical model which is valid for a general energy band considering a closure of the moment system deduced by the Wigner equation resorting to a quantum version of MEP. Explicit formulas for quantum correction at order \hbar^2 are obtained with the aid of the Moyal calculus for silicon and graphene removing the limitation that the quantum corrections are based on the equilibrium Wigner function as in [9, 29]. As an application, quantum correction to the mobilities are deduced.

We prove that for any initial data on a genus zero spectral curve the corresponding correlation differentials of topological recursion are KP integrable. As an application we prove KP integrability of partition functions associated via ELSV-type formulas to the $r$-th roots of the twisted powers of the log canonical bundles.

In studies of quantum squeezing, the emphasis is typically placed more on specific squeezed states and their evolution rather than on the dynamical operations that could simultaneously squeeze a broader range of quantum states, regardless of their initial configuration. We explore new developments in this area, facilitated by gently acting external fields which might induce squeezing of the canonical observables $q$ and $p$ in charged particles. The extensive research in this field has yielded many valuable insights, raising the question of whether there is still room for significant new contributions to our understanding. Nonetheless, we present some exactly solvable instances of this problem, observed in symmetric evolution intervals. These intervals allow for the explicit determination of the temporal dependence of external fields necessary to generate the required evolution operators. Our findings are linked with a straightforward application of Toeplitz matrices, offering a more accessible description of the problem compared to the frequently employed Ermakov-Milne invariants.

In Part I of the present series of papers, we adumbrate our idea of Riemannian geometry to higher order in the infinitesimals and derive expressions for the appropriate generalizations of parallel transport and the Riemannian curvature tensor. In Part II, the implications of higher-order geometry for the general theory of relativity beyond Einstein are developed. In the present Part III, we expand on the framework of Part II so as to take up the problem of field-theoretical unification. Employing the form of the Einstein-Hilbert action to higher order as proposed in Part II, we show how in nearly flat space the higher-order terms give rise to a gauge theory of Yang-Mills type. At the 2-jet level, the electroweak force emerges after imposition of gauge fixing. In fact, the proposed form of the Einstein-Hilbert action permits us to say more: we argue that the equivalence principle results in a Proca term that brings about the spontaneous symmetry breaking of the standard model. Two empirical predictions support our reasoning: first, we obtain a theoretical value for the Weinberg angle and second, we find that -- without any adjustable parameters -- the implied value of Coulomb's constant agrees well with experiment. The final section examines the 3-jet level. The same mechanism that produces Glashow-Weinberg-Salam electroweak theory at the 2-jet level eventuates in a chromodynamical force having $SU(3)$ symmetry at the 3-jet level.

A natural definition for instanton density operator in lattice QCD has been long desired. We show this problem is, and has to be, resolved by higher category theory. The problem is resolved by refining at a conceptual level the Yang-Mills theory on lattice, in order to recover the homotopy information in the continuum, which would have been lost if we put the theory on lattice in the traditional way. The refinement needed is a generalization -- through the lens of higher category theory -- of the familiar process of Villainization that captures winding in lattice XY model and Dirac quantization in lattice Maxwell theory. The apparent difference is that Villainization is in the end described by principal bundles, hence familiar, but more general topological operators can only be captured on the lattice by more flexible structures beyond the usual group theory and fibre bundles, hence the language of categories becomes natural and necessary. The key structure we need for our particular problem is called multiplicative bundle gerbe, based upon which we can construct suitable structures to naturally define the 2d Wess-Zumino-Witten term, 3d skyrmion density operator and 4d hedgehog defect for lattice $S^3$ (pion vacua) non-linear sigma model, and the 3d Chern-Simons term, 4d instanton density operator and 5d Yang monopole defect for lattice $SU(N)$ Yang-Mills theory. In a broader perspective, higher category theory enables us to rethink more systematically the relation between continuum quantum field theory and lattice quantum field theory. We sketch a proposal towards a general machinery that constructs the suitably refined lattice degrees of freedom for a given non-linear sigma model or gauge theory in the continuum, realizing the desired topological operators on the lattice.

We present exact solutions describing dynamics of two algebraic solitons in the massive Thirring model. Each algebraic soliton corresponds to a simple embedded eigenvalue in the Kaup--Newell spectral problem and attains the maximal mass among the family of solitary waves traveling with the same speed. By coalescence of speeds of the two algebraic solitons, we find a new solution for an algebraic double-soliton which corresponds to a double embedded eigenvalue. We show that the double-soliton attains the double mass of a single soliton and describes a slow interaction of two identical algebraic solitons.

We introduce a new model equation for Stokes gravity waves based on conformal transformations of Euler's equations. The local version of the model equation is relevant for dynamics of shallow water waves. It allows us to characterize the traveling periodic waves both in the case of smooth and peaked waves and to solve the existence problem exactly, albeit not in elementary functions. Spectral stability of smooth waves with respect to co-periodic perturbations is proven analytically based on the exact count of eigenvalues in a constrained spectral problem.

We lay the groundwork for a UV-complete formulation of the Euclidean Jackiw-Teitelboim two-dimensional models of quantum gravity when the boundary lengths are finite, emphasizing the discretized approach. The picture that emerges is qualitatively new. For the disk topology, the problem reduces to counting so-called self-overlapping curves, that are closed loops that bound a distorted disk, with an appropriate multiplicity. We build a matrix model that does the correct counting. The theories in negative, zero and positive curvatures have the same UV description but drastically different macroscopic properties. The Schwarzian theory emerges in the limit of very large and negative cosmological constant in the negative curvature model, as an effective theory valid on distance scales much larger than the curvature length scale. In positive curvature, we argue that large geometries are ubiquitous and that the theory exists only for positive cosmological constant. Our discussion is pedagogical and includes a review of several relevant topics.

We propose a new random process to construct the eigenvectors of some random operators which make a short and clean connection with the resolvent. In this process the center of localization has to be chosen randomly.

This paper is the initial part of a comprehensive study of spacetimes that admit the canonical forms of Killing tensor in General Relativity. Our scope is to derive either new exact solutions of Einstein's equations or to determine the hidden symmetries of the already known ones. In this preliminary work we first introduce the canonical forms of Killing tensor. Subsequently, we employ the integrability conditions of each canonical form along with the Einstein field equations (in vacuum with {\Lambda}) and the Bianchi identities in an attempt to create a solvable yet overdetermined system of equations. Finally, we obtain multiple special algebraic solutions according to the Petrov classification (D, III, N, O). The latter becomes possible since our analysis is embodied with the usage of the Newman-Penrose formalism of null tetrads.

Barrier crossing is a widespread phenomenon across natural and engineering systems. While an abundant cross-disciplinary literature on the topic has emerged over the years, the stochastic underpinnings of the process are yet to be fully understood. We fill this knowledge gap by considering a diffusing particle and presenting a stochastic definition of Brownian motion in the presence of a permeable barrier. This definition relies on reflected Brownian motion and on the crossing events being Poisson processes subordinated by the local time of the underlying motion at the barrier. Within this paradigm we derive the exact expression for the distribution of the number of crossings, and find an experimentally measurable statistical definition of permeability. We employ Feynman-Kac theory to derive and solve a set of governing birth-death diffusion equations and extend them to when barrier permeability is asymmetric. As an application we study a system of infinite, identical and periodically placed asymmetric barriers for which we derive analytically effective transport parameters. This periodic arrangement induces an effective drift at long times whose magnitude depends on the difference in the permeability on either side of the barrier as well as on their absolute values. As the asymmetric permeabilities act akin to localised ``ratchet'' potentials that break spatial symmetry and detailed balance, the proposed arrangement of asymmetric barriers provides an example of a noise-induced drift without the need to time-modulate any external force or create temporal correlations on the motion of a diffusing particle.

We study the asymptotic properties of a stochastic model for the induction equations of the magnetic field in a three dimensional periodic domain. The turbulent velocity field driving the electromotive force on the magnetic field is modeled by a noise white in time. For this model we rigorously take a scaling limit leading to a deterministic model. While in case of isotropic turbulence this produces an additional dissipation in the limit model which influences also the decay rate of the Magnetic field in the stochastic model, the case of turbulence devoloped in a preferential direction allows us to find a dynamo effect.

We propose a conjectural correspondence between the spectra of the Bethe algebra for the quantum toroidal $\mathfrak{gl}_2$ algebra on relaxed Verma modules, and $q$-hypergeometric opers with apparent singularities. We introduce alongside the notion of apparent singularities for linear $q$-difference operators and discuss some of their properties. We also touch on a generalization to $\mathfrak{gl}_n$.

We derive the general conditions for fully-nonlinear symmetry-integrable second-order evolution equations and their first-order recursion operators. We then apply the established Propositions to find links between a class of fully-nonlinear third-order symmetry-integrable evolution equations and fully-nonlinear second-order symmetry-integrable evolution equations.