# S. Iqbal

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## Pub CategoriesQuantum Physics (8) High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (7) Nuclear Experiment (7) High Energy Physics - Experiment (4) Nuclear Theory (4) Computer Science - Distributed; Parallel; and Cluster Computing (3) Computer Science - Data Structures and Algorithms (2) General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (2) Computer Science - Discrete Mathematics (1) Computer Science - Databases (1) Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture (1) Physics - Atomic Physics (1) Mathematics - Number Theory (1) Mathematics - Algebraic Geometry (1) Computer Science - Information Retrieval (1) Statistics - Machine Learning (1) Computer Science - Learning (1) Quantitative Biology - Neurons and Cognition (1) Computer Science - Neural and Evolutionary Computing (1) Computer Science - Computational Engineering; Finance; and Science (1) Astrophysics of Galaxies (1) Mathematics - Functional Analysis (1) Physics - Instrumentation and Detectors (1) Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (1) |

## Publications Authored By S. Iqbal

Beam splitter mediated entanglement of nonlinear photon-added coherent states was studied by Honarasa, Bagheri and Gharaati [1]. We believe that this work contains errors in numerical computations of linear entropy and Mandel parameter which lead to wrong conclusions. We point out the possible errors and describe the necessary corrections. Read More

We develop generalized coherent states for a class of nonlinear oscillators with position-dependent effective mass in the context of the Gazeau-Klauder formalism and discuss some of their properties. In order to investigate the temporal evolution we first explore the statistical properties by means of weighting distribution and the Mandel parameter. It is found that the temporal evolution of the coherent states may exhibit the phenomena of quantum revivals and fractional revivals for a particular choice of position-dependent mass oscillator. Read More

**Authors:**M. Defurne, A. Martì Jiménez-Argüello, Z. Ahmed, H. Albataineh, K. Allada, K. A. Aniol, V. Bellini, M. Benali, W. Boeglin, P. Bertin, M. Brossard, A. Camsonne, M. Canan, S. Chandavar, C. Chen, J. -P. Chen, C. W. de Jager, R. de Leo, C. Desnault, A. Deur, L. El Fassi, R. Ent, D. Flay, M. Friend, E. Fuchey, S. Frullani, F. Garibaldi, D. Gaskell, A. Giusa, O. Glamazdin, S. Golge, J. Gomez, O. Hansen, D. Higinbotham, T. Holmstrom, T. Horn, J. Huang, M. Huang, C. E. Hyde, S. Iqbal, F. Itard, H. Kang, A. Kelleher, C. Keppel, S. Koirala, I. Korover, J. J. LeRose, R. Lindgren, E. Long, M. Magne, J. Mammei, D. J. Margaziotis, P. Markowitz, M. Mazouz, F. Meddi, D. Meekins, R. Michaels, M. Mihovilovic, C. Munoz Camacho, P. Nadel-Turonski, N. Nuruzzaman, R. Paremuzyan, A. Puckett, V. Punjabi, Y. Qiang, A. Rakhman, M. N. H. Rashad, S. Riordan, J. Roche, G. Russo, F. Sabatié, K. Saenboonruang, A. Saha, B. Sawatzky, L. Selvy, A. Shahinyan, S. Sirca, P. Solvignon, M. L. Sperduto, R. Subedi, V. Sulkosky, C. Sutera, W. A. Tobias, G. M. Urciuoli, D. Wang, B. Wojtsekhowski, H. Yao, Z. Ye, X. Zhan, J. Zhang, B. Zhao, Z. Zhao, X. Zheng, P. Zhu

The proton is composed of quarks and gluons, bound by the most elusive mechanism of strong interaction called confinement. In this work, the dynamics of quarks and gluons are investigated using deeply virtual Compton scattering (DVCS): produced by a multi-GeV electron, a highly virtual photon scatters off the proton which subsequently radiates a high energy photon. Similarly to holography, measuring not only the magnitude but also the phase of the DVCS amplitude allows to perform 3D images of the internal structure of the proton. Read More

We address the problem of designing artificial agents capable of reproducing human behavior in a competitive game involving dynamic control. Given data consisting of multiple realizations of inputs generated by pairs of interacting players, we model each agent's actions as governed by a time-varying latent goal state coupled to a control model. These goals, in turn, are described as stochastic processes evolving according to player-specific value functions depending on the current state of the game. Read More

**Authors:**M. Mazouz

^{1}, Z. Ahmed

^{2}, H. Albataineh

^{3}, K. Allada

^{4}, K. A. Aniol

^{5}, V. Bellini

^{6}, M. Benali

^{7}, W. Boeglin

^{8}, P. Bertin

^{9}, M. Brossard

^{10}, A. Camsonne

^{11}, M. Canan

^{12}, S. Chandavar

^{13}, C. Chen

^{14}, J. -P. Chen

^{15}, M. Defurne

^{16}, C. W. de Jager

^{17}, R. de Leo

^{18}, C. Desnault

^{19}, A. Deur

^{20}, L. El Fassi

^{21}, R. Ent

^{22}, D. Flay

^{23}, M. Friend

^{24}, E. Fuchey

^{25}, S. Frullani

^{26}, F. Garibaldi

^{27}, D. Gaskell

^{28}, A. Giusa

^{29}, O. Glamazdin

^{30}, S. Golge

^{31}, J. Gomez

^{32}, O. Hansen

^{33}, D. Higinbotham

^{34}, T. Holmstrom

^{35}, T. Horn

^{36}, J. Huang

^{37}, M. Huang

^{38}, G. M. Huber

^{39}, C. E. Hyde

^{40}, S. Iqbal

^{41}, F. Itard

^{42}, Ho. Kang

^{43}, Hy. Kang

^{44}, A. Kelleher

^{45}, C. Keppel

^{46}, S. Koirala

^{47}, I. Korover

^{48}, J. J. LeRose

^{49}, R. Lindgren

^{50}, E. Long

^{51}, M. Magne

^{52}, J. Mammei

^{53}, D. J. Margaziotis

^{54}, P. Markowitz

^{55}, A. Martí Jiménez-Argüello

^{56}, F. Meddi

^{57}, D. Meekins

^{58}, R. Michaels

^{59}, M. Mihovilovic

^{60}, N. Muangma

^{61}, C. Muñoz Camacho

^{62}, P. Nadel-Turonski

^{63}, N. Nuruzzaman

^{64}, R. Paremuzyan

^{65}, A. Puckett

^{66}, V. Punjabi

^{67}, Y. Qiang

^{68}, A. Rakhman

^{69}, M. N. H. Rashad

^{70}, S. Riordan

^{71}, J. Roche

^{72}, G. Russo

^{73}, F. Sabatié

^{74}, K. Saenboonruang

^{75}, A. Saha

^{76}, B. Sawatzky

^{77}, L. Selvy

^{78}, A. Shahinyan

^{79}, S. Sirca

^{80}, P. Solvignon

^{81}, M. L. Sperduto

^{82}, R. Subedi

^{83}, V. Sulkosky

^{84}, C. Sutera

^{85}, W. A. Tobias

^{86}, G. M. Urciuoli

^{87}, D. Wang

^{88}, B. Wojtsekhowski

^{89}, H. Yao

^{90}, Z. Ye

^{91}, L. Zana

^{92}, X. Zhan

^{93}, J. Zhang

^{94}, B. Zhao

^{95}, Z. Zhao

^{96}, X. Zheng

^{97}, P. Zhu

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We report the first longitudinal/transverse separation of the deeply virtual exclusive $\pi^0$ electroproduction cross section off the neutron and coherent deuteron. The corresponding four structure functions $d\sigma_L/dt$, $d\sigma_T/dt$, $d\sigma_{LT}/dt$ and $d\sigma_{TT}/dt$ are extracted as a function of the momentum transfer to the recoil system at $Q^2$=1.75 GeV$^2$ and $x_B$=0. Read More

The splitting processes of bremsstrahlung and pair production in a medium are coherent over large distances in the very high energy limit, which leads to a suppression known as the Landau-Pomeranchuk-Migdal (LPM) effect. In this paper, we continue study of the case when the coherence lengths of two consecutive splitting processes overlap (which is important for understanding corrections to standard treatments of the LPM effect in QCD), avoiding soft-gluon approximations. In particular, this paper completes the calculation of the rate for real double gluon bremsstrahlung from an initial gluon with various simplifying assumptions (thick media; $\hat q$ approximation; and large $N_c$) by now including processes involving 4-gluon vertices. Read More

**Authors:**M. Defurne, M. Mazouz, H. Albataineh, K. Allada, K. A. Aniol, V. Bellini, M. Benali, W. Boeglin, P. Bertin, M. Brossard, A. Camsonne, M. Canan, S. Chandavar, C. Chen, J. -P. Chen, C. W. de Jager, R. de Leo, C. Desnault, A. Deur, L. El Fassi, R. Ent, D. Flay, M. Friend, E. Fuchey, S. Frullani, F. Garibaldi, D. Gaskell, A. Giusa, O. Glamazdin, S. Golge, J. Gomez, O. Hansen, D. Higinbotham, T. Holmstrom, T. Horn, J. Huang, M. Huang, C. E. Hyde, S. Iqbal, F. Itard, H. Kang, A. Kelleher, C. Keppel, S. Koirala, I. Korover, J. J. LeRose, R. Lindgren, E. Long, M. Magne, J. Mammei, D. J. Margaziotis, P. Markowitz, A. Marti Jimenez-Arguello, F. Meddi, D. Meekins, R. Michaels, M. Mihovilovic, C. Munoz Camacho, P. Nadel-Turonski, N. Nuruzzaman, R. Paremuzyan, A. Puckett, V. Punjabi, Y. Qiang, A. Rakhman, M. N. H. Rashad, S. Riordan, J. Roche, G. Russo, F. Sabati, K. Saenboonruang, A. Saha, B. Sawatzky, L. Selvy, A. Shahinyan, S. Sirca, P. Solvignon, M. L. Sperduto, R. Subedi, V. Sulkosky, C. Sutera, W. A. Tobias, G. M. Urciuoli, D. Wang, B. Wojtsekhowski, H. Yao, Z. Ye, A. Zafar, X. Zhan, J. Zhang, B. Zhao, Z. Zhao, X. Zheng, P. Zhu

We present deeply virtual $\pi^0$ electroproduction cross-section measurements at $x_B$=0.36 and three different $Q^2$--values ranging from 1.5 to 2 GeV$^2$, obtained from experiment E07-007 that ran in the Hall A at Jefferson Lab. Read More

Quantum carpets- in position and momentum space- woven by the self-interference of de Broglie wave of an atom or an electron, trapped in an infinitely deep potential well, are explained. The recurrence of self-similar structures in designs of these carpets mimics the phenomena of quantum revivals and fractional revivals. We identify fractional revivals of various order by means of these space-time and momentum-time interference patterns. Read More

The splitting processes of bremsstrahlung and pair production in a medium are coherent over large distances in the very high energy limit, which leads to a suppression known as the Landau-Pomeranchuk-Migdal (LPM) effect. Of recent interest is the case when the coherence lengths of two consecutive splitting processes overlap (which is important for understanding corrections to standard treatments of the LPM effect in QCD). In previous papers, we have developed methods for computing such corrections without making soft-gluon approximations. Read More

Keeping in view the ordering ambiguity that arises due to the presence of position-dependent effective mass in the kinetic energy term of the Hamiltonian, a general scheme for obtaining algebraic solutions of quantum mechanical systems with position-dependent effective mass is discussed. We quantize the Hamiltonian of the pertaining system by using symmetric ordering of the operators concerning momentum and the spatially varying mass, initially proposed by von Roos and Levy-Leblond. The algebraic method, used to obtain the solutions, is based on the concepts of supersymmetric quantum mechanics and shape invariance. Read More

A generalized scheme for the construction of coherent states in the context of position-dependent effective mass systems has been presented. This formalism is based on the ladder operators and associated algebra of the system which are obtained using the concepts of supersymmetric quantum mechanics and the property of shape-invariance. In order to exemplify the general results and to analyzed the properties of the coherent states, several examples have been considered. Read More

Using ladder operators for the non-linear oscillator with position-dependent effective mass, realization of the dynamic group SU(1,1) is presented. Keeping in view the algebraic structure of the non-linear oscillator, coherent states are constructed using Barut-Girardello formalism and their basic properties are discussed. Furthermore, the statistical properties of these states are investigated by means of Mandel parameter and second order correlation function. Read More

The splitting processes of bremsstrahlung and pair production in a medium are coherent over large distances in the very high energy limit, which leads to a suppression known as the Landau-Pomeranchuk-Migdal (LPM) effect. In this paper, we continue analysis of the case when the coherence lengths of two consecutive splitting processes overlap (which is important for understanding corrections to standard treatments of the LPM effect in QCD), avoiding soft-gluon approximations. In particular, this paper analyzes the subtle problem of how to precisely separate overlapping double splitting (e. Read More

Protein structure prediction is considered as one of the most challenging and computationally intractable combinatorial problem. Thus, the efficient modeling of convoluted search space, the clever use of energy functions, and more importantly, the use of effective sampling algorithms become crucial to address this problem. For protein structure modeling, an off-lattice model provides limited scopes to exercise and evaluate the algorithmic developments due to its astronomically large set of data-points. Read More

Masses of the three generations of charged leptons are known to completely satisfy the Koide's mass relation. But the question remains if such a relation exists for neutrinos? In this paper, by considering SeeSaw mechanism as the mechanism generating tiny neutrino masses, we show how neutrinos satisfy the Koide's mass relation, on the basis of which we systematically give exact values of not only left but also right handed neutrino masses. Read More

**Authors:**M. M. Dalton

^{1}, E. Chudakov

^{2}, J. Gomez

^{3}, D. W. Higinbotham

^{4}, C. Keppel

^{5}, R. Michaels

^{6}, L. Myers

^{7}, K. Aniol

^{8}, S. Iqbal

^{9}, N. See

^{10}, J. R. Arrington

^{11}, M. V. Ivanov

^{12}, M. Mihovilovič

^{13}, S. Širca

^{14}, N. Muangma

^{15}, Dien Nguyen

^{16}, R. Pomatsalyuk

^{17}, O. Glamazdin

^{18}, V. Vereshchaka

^{19}, S. Riordan

^{20}, T. Su

^{21}, V. Sulkosky

^{22}, P. Zhu

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Report of the experimental activities in Hall A at Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility during 2013. Read More

Nowadays, internet has changed the world into a global village. Social Media has reduced the gaps among the individuals. Previously communication was a time consuming and expensive task between the people. Read More

**Authors:**A. Blomberg, D. Anez, N. Sparveris, A. Sarty, M. Paolone, S. Gilad, D. Higinbotham, A. R. Abudureyimu, Z. Ahmed, H. Albataineh, K. Allada, B. Anderson, K. Aniol, J. Annand, T. Averett, H. Baghdasaryan, X. Bai, A. Beck, S. Beck, V. Bellini, F. Benmokhtar, W. Boeglin, C. M. Camacho, A. Camsonne, C. Chen, J. P. Chen, K. Chirapatpimol, E. Cisbani, M. Dalton, W. Deconinck, M. Defurne, R. De Leo, D. Flay, N. Fomin, M. Friend, S. Frullani, E. Fuchey, F. Garibaldi, R. Gilman, C. Gu, D. Hamilton, C. Hanretty, O. Hansen, M. Hashemi Shabestari, T. Holmstrom, M. Huang, S. Iqbal, N. Kalantarians, H. Kang, A. Kelleher, M. Khandaker, J. Leckey, J. LeRose, R. Lindgren, E. Long, J. Mammei, D. J. Margaziotis, A. Marti Jimenez-Arguello, Z. E. Meziani, M. Mihovilovic, N. Muangma, B. Norum, Nuruzzaman, K. Pan, S. Phillips, A. Polychronopoulou, I. Pomerantz, M. Posik, V. Punjabi, X. Qian, P. E. Reimer, S. Riordan, G. Ron, A. Saha, E. Schulte, L. Selvy, S. Sirca, J. Sjoegren, R. Subedi, V. Sulkosky, W. Tireman, D. Wang, J. Watson, L. Weinstein, B. Wojtsekhowski, W. Yan, I. Yaron, Z. Ye, X. Zhan, Y. Zhang, J. Zhang, B. Zhao, Z. Zhao, X. Zheng, P. Zhu

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We report on new p$(e,e^\prime p)\pi^\circ$ measurements at the $\Delta^{+}(1232)$ resonance at the low momentum transfer region. The mesonic cloud dynamics is predicted to be dominant and rapidly changing in this kinematic region offering a test bed for chiral effective field theory calculations. The new data explore the low $Q^2$ dependence of the resonant quadrupole amplitudes while extending the measurements of the Coulomb quadrupole amplitude to the lowest momentum transfer ever reached. Read More

The splitting processes of bremsstrahlung and pair production in a medium are coherent over large distances in the very high energy limit, which leads to a suppression known as the Landau-Pomeranchuk-Migdal (LPM) effect. We analyze the case when the coherence lengths of two consecutive splitting processes overlap, which is important for understanding corrections to standard treatments of the LPM effect in QCD. Previous authors have analyzed this problem in the case of overlapping double bremsstrahlung where at least one of the bremsstrahlung gluons is soft. Read More

In this paper, we establish some new general Opial inequalities for Widder derivatives. Read More

**Authors:**I. Korover N. Muangma, O. Hen, R. Shneor, V. Sulkosky, A. Kelleher, S. Gilad, D. W. Higinbotham, E. Piasetzky J. Watson, S. Wood, Abdurahim Rakhman, P. Aguilera, Z. Ahmed, H. Albataineh, K. Allada, B. Anderson, D. Anez, K. Aniol, J. Annand, W. Armstrong, J. Arrington, T. Averett, T. Badman, H. Baghdasaryan, X. Bai, A. Beck, S. Beck, V. Bellini, F. Benmokhtar, W. Bertozzi, J. Bittner, W. Boeglin, A. Camsonne, C. Chen, J. -P. Chen, K. Chirapatpimol, E. Cisbani, M. M. Dalton, A. Daniel, D. Day, C. W. de Jager, R. De Leo, W. Deconinck, M. Defurne, D. Flay, N. Fomin, M. Friend, S. Frullani, E. Fuchey, F. Garibaldi, D. Gaskell, R. Gilman, O. Glamazdin, C. Gu, P. Gueye, D. Hamilton, C. Hanretty, O. Hansen, M. Hashemi Shabestari, T. Holmstrom, M. Huang, S. Iqbal, G. Jin, N. Kalantarians, H. Kang, M. Khandaker, J. LeRose, J. Leckey, R. Lindgren, E. Long, J. Mammei, D. J. Margaziotis, P. Markowitz, A. Marti Jimenez-Arguello, D. Meekins, Z. Meziani, R. Michaels, M. Mihovilovic, P. Monaghan, C. Munoz Camacho, B. Norum, Nuruzzaman, K. Pan, S. Phillips, I. Pomerantz, M. Posik, V. Punjabi, X. Qian, Y. Qiang, X. Qiu, P. E. Reimer, S. Riordan, G. Ron, O. Rondon-Aramayo, A. Saha, E. Schulte, L. Selvy, A. Shahinyan, S. Sirca, J. Sjoegren, K. Slifer, P. Solvignon, N. Sparveris, R. Subedi, W. Tireman, D. Wang, L. B. Weinstein, B. Wojtsekhowski, W. Yan, I. Yaron, Z. Ye, X. Zhan, J. Zhang, Y. Zhang, B. Zhao, Z. Zhao, X. Zheng, P. Zhu, R. Zielinski

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We studied simultaneously the 4He(e,e'p), 4He(e,e'pp), and 4He(e,e'pn) reactions at Q^2=2 [GeV/c]2 and x_B>1, for a (e,e'p) missing-momentum range of 400 to 830 MeV/c. The knocked-out proton was detected in coincidence with a proton or neutron recoiling almost back to back to the missing momentum, leaving the residual A=2 system at low excitation energy. These data were used to identify two-nucleon short-range correlated pairs and to deduce their isospin structure as a function of missing momentum in a region where the nucleon-nucleon force is expected to change from predominantly tensor to repulsive. Read More

We present the results of a photometric survey for Be stars in eleven young clusters in the Large Magellanic Cloud and fourteen young clusters in the Small Magellanic Cloud. B stars with hydrogen in emission are identified on the basis of their R-H{\alpha} colour. We find that Be star fraction in clusters decreases with cluster age, and also decreases with the metallicity. Read More

In this paper, a framework is presented for node distribution with respect to density, network connectivity and communication time. According to modeled framework we evaluate and compare the performance of three routing protocols; Ad-hoc On-demand Distance Vector (AODV), Dynamic Source Routing (DSR) and Fisheye State Routing (FSR) in MANETs and VANETs using two Mac-layer protocols; 802.11 and 802. Read More

We argue that the statistical features of generalized coherent states for power-law potentials based on Heisenberg algebra, presented in a recent paper by Berrada et al (Phys. Lett. A, 375, 298 (2011)) are incorrect. Read More

The {\em longest common subsequence (LCS)} problem is a classic and well-studied problem in computer science. Palindrome is a word which reads the same forward as it does backward. The {\em longest common palindromic subsequence (LCPS)} problem is an interesting variant of the classic LCS problem which finds the longest common subsequence between two given strings such that the computed subsequence is also a palindrome. Read More

We propose a simple way to determine the periodicities of wave packets in quantum systems directly from the energy differences of the states involved. The resulting classical periods and revival times are more accurate than those obtained with the traditional expansion of the energies about the central quantum number n, especially when n is low. The latter type of wave packet motion occurs upon excitation of highly charged ions with short XUV or X-ray pulses. Read More

**Authors:**S. Abrahamyan, Z. Ahmed, K. Allada, D. Anez, T. Averett, A. Barbieri, K. Bartlett, J. Beacham, J. Bono, J. R. Boyce, P. Brindza, A. Camsonne, K. Cranmer, M. M. Dalton, C. W. deJager, J. Donaghy, R. Essig, C. Field, E. Folts, A. Gasparian, N. Goeckner-Wald, J. Gomez, M. Graham, J. -O. Hansen, D. W. Higinbotham, T. Holmstrom, J. Huang, S. Iqbal, J. Jaros, E. Jensen, A. Kelleher, M. Khandaker, J. J. LeRose, R. Lindgren, N. Liyanage, E. Long, J. Mammei, P. Markowitz, T. Maruyama, V. Maxwell, S. Mayilyan, J. McDonald, R. Michaels, K. Moffeit, V. Nelyubin, A. Odian, M. Oriunno, R. Partridge, M. Paolone, E. Piasetzky, I. Pomerantz, Y. Qiang, S. Riordan, Y. Roblin, B. Sawatzky, P. Schuster, J. Segal, L. Selvy, A. Shahinyan, R. Subedi, V. Sulkosky, S. Stepanyan, N. Toro, D. Walz, B. Wojtsekhowski, J. Zhang

We present a search at Jefferson Laboratory for new forces mediated by sub-GeV vector bosons with weak coupling $\alpha'$ to electrons. Such a particle $A'$ can be produced in electron-nucleus fixed-target scattering and then decay to an $e^+e^-$ pair, producing a narrow resonance in the QED trident spectrum. Using APEX test run data, we searched in the mass range 175--250 MeV, found no evidence for an $A'\to e^+e^-$ reaction, and set an upper limit of $\alpha'/\alpha \simeq 10^{-6}$. Read More

Let $Q(\alpha)$ be the simplest cubic field, it is known that $Q(\alpha)$ can be generated by adjoining a root of the irreducible equation $x^{3}-kx^{2}+(k-3)x+1=0$, where $k$ belongs to $Q$. In this paper we have established a relationship between $\alpha$, $\alpha'$ and $k,k'$ where $\alpha$ is a root of the equation $x^{3}-kx^{2}+(k-3)x+1=0$ and $\alpha'$ is a root of the same equation with $k$ replaced by $k'$ and $Q(\alpha)=Q(\alpha')$. Read More

The {\em longest common subsequence (LCS)} problem is a classic and well-studied problem in computer science. LCS is a central problem in stringology and finds broad applications in text compression, error-detecting codes and biological sequence comparison. However, in numerous contexts, words represent cyclic sequences of symbols and LCS must be generalized to consider all circular shifts of the strings. Read More

A study of proper conformal vector field in non conformally flat cylindrically symmetric static space-times is given by using direct integration technique. Using the above mentioned technique we have shown that a very special class of the above space-time admits proper conformal vector field. Read More

Direct integration technique is used to study the proper conformal vector fields in non conformally flat Bianchi type-1 space-times. Using the above mentioned technique we have shown that a very special class of the above space-time admits proper conformal vector fields. Read More

The recurrence phenomena of an initially well localized wave packet are studied in periodically driven power-law potentials. For our general study we divide the potentials in two kinds, namely tightly binding and loosely binding potentials. In the presence of an external periodically modulating force, these potentials may exhibit classical and quantum chaos. Read More

Grid based systems require a database access mechanism that can provide seamless homogeneous access to the requested data through a virtual data access system, i.e. a system which can take care of tracking the data that is stored in geographically distributed heterogeneous databases. Read More

This paper examines how a "Distributed Heterogeneous Relational Data Warehouse" can be integrated in a Grid environment that will provide physicists with efficient access to large and small object collections drawn from databases at multiple sites. This paper investigates the requirements of Grid-enabling such a warehouse, and explores how these requirements may be met by extensions to existing Grid middleware. We present initial results obtained with a working prototype warehouse of this kind using both SQLServer and Oracle9i, where a Grid-enabled web-services interface makes it easier for web-applications to access the distributed contents of the databases securely. Read More

**Authors:**Gregory E. Graham, M. Anzar Afaq, Shafqat Aziz, L. A. T. Bauerdick, Michael Ernst, Joseph Kaiser, Natalia Ratnikova, Hans Wenzel, Yujun Wu, Erik Aslakson, Julian Bunn, Saima Iqbal, Iosif Legrand, Harvey Newman, Suresh Singh, Conrad Steenberg, James Branson, Ian Fisk, James Letts, Adam Arbree, Paul Avery, Dimitri Bourilkov, Richard Cavanaugh, Jorge Rodriguez, Suchindra Kategari, Peter Couvares, Alan DeSmet, Miron Livny, Alain Roy, Todd Tannenbaum

The CMS Integration Grid Testbed (IGT) comprises USCMS Tier-1 and Tier-2 hardware at the following sites: the California Institute of Technology, Fermi National Accelerator Laboratory, the University of California at San Diego, and the University of Florida at Gainesville. The IGT runs jobs using the Globus Toolkit with a DAGMan and Condor-G front end. The virtual organization (VO) is managed using VO management scripts from the European Data Grid (EDG). Read More