# C. Cuevas

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## Pub CategoriesMathematics - Analysis of PDEs (4) Mathematical Physics (3) Mathematics - Mathematical Physics (3) High Energy Physics - Experiment (2) Mathematics - Classical Analysis and ODEs (1) Physics - Instrumentation and Detectors (1) Computer Science - Distributed; Parallel; and Cluster Computing (1) Nuclear Experiment (1) Mathematics - Optimization and Control (1) Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (1) Physics - Accelerator Physics (1) Computer Science - Numerical Analysis (1) |

## Publications Authored By C. Cuevas

**Authors:**D. Abbott, P. Adderley, A. Adeyemi, P. Aguilera, M. Ali, H. Areti, M. Baylac, J. Benesch, G. Bosson, B. Cade, A. Camsonne, L. S. Cardman, J. Clark, P. Cole, S. Covert, C. Cuevas, O. Dadoun, D. Dale, H. Dong, J. Dumas, E. Fanchini, T. Forest, E. Forman, A. Freyberger, E. Froidefond, S. Golge, J. Grames, P. Guèye, J. Hansknecht, P. Harrell, J. Hoskins, C. Hyde, B. Josey, R. Kazimi, Y. Kim, D. Machie, K. Mahoney, R. Mammei, M. Marton, J. McCarter, M. McCaughan, M. McHugh, D. McNulty, K. E. Mesick, T. Michaelides, R. Michaels, B. Moffit, D. Moser, C. Muñoz Camacho, J. -F. Muraz, A. Opper, M. Poelker, J. -S. Réal, L. Richardson, S. Setiniyaz, M. Stutzman, R. Suleiman, C. Tennant, C. Tsai, D. Turner, M. Ungaro, A. Variola, E. Voutier, Y. Wang, Y. Zhang

The Polarized Electrons for Polarized Positrons experiment at the injector of the Continuous Electron Beam Accelerator Facility has demonstrated for the first time the efficient transfer of polarization from electrons to positrons produced by the polarized bremsstrahlung radiation induced by a polarized electron beam in a high-$Z$ target. Positron polarization up to 82\% have been measured for an initial electron beam momentum of 8.19~MeV/$c$, limited only by the electron beam polarization. Read More

Many computer vision and human-computer interaction applications developed in recent years need evaluating complex and continuous mathematical functions as an essential step toward proper operation. However, rigorous evaluation of this kind of functions often implies a very high computational cost, unacceptable in real-time applications. To alleviate this problem, functions are commonly approximated by simpler piecewise-polynomial representations. Read More

**Authors:**Marco Battaglieri, Sergey Boyarinov, Stephen Bueltmann, Volker Burkert, Andrea Celentano, Gabriel Charles, William Cooper, Chris Cuevas, Natalia Dashyan, Raffaella DeVita, Camille Desnault, Alexandre Deur, Hovanes Egiyan, Latifa Elouadrhiri, Rouven Essig, Vitaliy Fadeyev, Clive Field, Arne Freyberger, Yuri Gershtein, Nerses Gevorgyan, Francois-Xavier Girod, Norman Graf, Mathew Graham, Keith Griffioen, Alexander Grillo, Michel Guidal, Gunther Haller, Per Hansson Adrian, Ryan Herbst, Maurik Holtrop, John Jaros, Scott Kaneta, Mahbub Khandaker, Alexey Kubarovsky, Valery Kubarovsky, Takashi Maruyama, Jeremy McCormick, Ken Moffeit, Omar Moreno, Homer Neal, Timothy Nelson, Silvia Niccolai, Al Odian, Marco Oriunno, Rafayel Paremuzyan, Richard Partridge, Sarah Phillips, Emmanuel Rauly, Benjamin Raydo, Joseph Reichert, Emmanuel Rindel, Philippe Rosier, Carlos Salgado, Philip Schuster, Youri Sharabian, Daria Sokhan, Stepan Stepanyan, Natalia Toro, Sho Uemura, Maurizio Ungaro, Hakop Voskanyan, Dieter Walz, Larry Weinstein, Bogdan Wojtsekhowski

The Heavy Photon Search (HPS), an experiment to search for a hidden sector photon in fixed target electroproduction, is preparing for installation at the Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (JLab) in the Fall of 2014. As the first stage of this project, the HPS Test Run apparatus was constructed and operated in 2012 to demonstrate the experiment's technical feasibility and to confirm that the trigger rates and occupancies are as expected. This paper describes the HPS Test Run apparatus and readout electronics and its performance. Read More

We prove optimal high-frequency resolvent estimates for perturbations of the Laplacian by large long-range magnetic and electric potentials in all dimensions $n\ge 3$. As an application, we prove dispersive estimates for the corresponding wave group in the case $n=3$. Read More

We prove dispersive estimates for the wave and Schrodinger groups associated to a second-order elliptic self-adjoint operator depending on a semi-classical parameter. Applications are made to non-trapping metric perturbations and to perturbations by a magnetic potential. Read More

We study some properties concerning the asymptotic behavior of solutions to nonautonomous retarded functional differential equations, depending on the knowledge of certain solutions of the associated generalized characteristic equation. Read More

We prove optimal dispersive estimates at high frequency for the Schrodinger
group with real-valued potentials $V(x)=O(|x|^{-\delta})$, $\delta>n-1$, and
$V\in C^k({\bf R}^n$, $k>k_n$, where $n\ge 4$ and $(n-3)/2\le k_n

We prove optimal (that is, without loss of derivatives) dispersive estimates for the Schrodinger group $e^{it(-\Delta+V)}$ for a class of real-valued potentials $V\in C^k(R^n)$ with $k>(n-3)/2$, where $n=4,5$. Read More