Submissions from Masahiro Kanazawa

[1]  faKiv:2008.08580 [pdf]
Reassessments of the Boltzmann machine
Comments: 39 pages, 6 figures

We investigate the Boltzmann machine (BME) on the boundary. We have a simple and explicit formula for their collision probability. We consider the connecting function for third-order propagators of the BMEs. We have proved that the first-order wave function obeys the weak coupling scaling of the BMEs. The resulting equations are valid in any value of the scattering index. We have also found that the BMEs are invariant under the to-be-assumed transformation of the scattering index.

[2]  faKiv:2008.08671 [pdf]
Noncommutativity and the A-model as a model of complex gravity
Comments: 10 pages. v3: minor changes but no new matches

We consider a noncommutativity of Chern-Simons gravity theory in the A-model with a constant cosmological constant. A very simple and pure A-model is obtained with a constant cosmological constant, i.e. the A-model is the A-model of an A-model with a constant cosmological constant. The noncommutativity of Chern-Simons theory is split into the A-model and the A-model with a constant cosmological constant. The A-model with a constant cosmological constant is a model of complex gravity with a constant and constant cosmological constant. The A-model with a constant cosmological constant has no relativistic singularities, and can be an A-model with a constant cosmological constant.

[3]  faKiv:2008.08698 [pdf]
Vacuum oscillations in the presence of vacuum
Comments: 11 pages, 1 figure

We study the effect of the vacuum on the dynamics of a point particle in the presence of a vacuum. We find that the effect of the vacuum changes the oscillation frequency of the point particle. The frequency of the point particle depends on the angle of the vacuum angle. In the presence of the vacuum, the oscillations frequency is found to be the same as in the absence of the vacuum. According to our results, it is very difficult to obtain the vacuum oscillation frequency in the presence of the vacuum.

[4]  faKiv:2008.08851 [pdf]
On the equivalence of Gaussian and non-Gaussian trajectories in the general relativity
Comments: 17 pages, 2 figures

We consider the extension of the conjugate gauge theories in the framework of the non-Gaussianity of the black hole and the Gaussianity of the quark-gluon plasma to the case of a scalar field in the presence of a non-Gaussian matter component. The resulting theory has a two-parameter domain wall equation, and its spectrum is the same as the Gaussian theory. We comment on the possible relation of the Gaussian and non-Gaussian trajectories of the scalar field and its scalar deformation, and agree with the results of the Gaussian theory; the non-Gaussianity of the black hole and its Gaussianity of the quark-gluon plasma are not related by the Gaussianity-Gaussianity correspondence.