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2020
  1. R. Baïle, J.F. Muzy, X. Silvani. Multifractal processes and the spatial distribution of wildfires in French Mediterranean regions. Physica A: Statistical Mechanics and its Applications, 568 (2020).
  2. E. Bacry, M. Bompaire, S. Gaiffas, J.F. Muzy. Sparse and low-rank multivariate Hawkes Processes. Journal of Machine Learning Research, vol 21 (2020).
  3. E. Huguet, J. Queva and J. Renaud. Massive scalar field on (A) dS space from a massless conformal field in R 6.  J. Math. Phys. 61, 053506 (2020).
  4. F. Fauvet, F. Menous and J. Queva. Resurgence and holonomy of the φ 2k model in zero dimension. J. Math. Phys. 61, 092301 (2020).
  5. A. Folacci, M. Ould El Hadj. Electromagnetic radiation generated by a charged particle falling radially into a Schwarzschild black hole: A complex angular momentum description. Physical Review D, 102, 024026 (2020).
  6. M.-O. Bristeau, B. Di Martino, A.M. Jacques Sainte-Marie, F. Souille. Some quasi-analytical solutions for propagative waves in free surface Euler equations. Comptes rendus de l’Académie des Sciences, Mathématiques (2020).
2019
  1. T. Carlotti, X. Silvani, E. Innocenti, F. Morandini, N. Bulté, T. Dang. An OCARI-Based Wireless Sensor Network for Heat Measurements during Outdoor Fire Experiments. Sensors 19(1), 158 (2019).
  2. A. Folacci, M. Ould El Hadj. Regge pole description of scattering of scalar and electromagnetic waves by a Schwarzschild black hole. Physical Review D99 (2019) 104079 DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.99.104079
  3. A. Folacci, M. Ould El Hadj. Regge pole description of scattering of gravitational waves by a Schwarzschild black hole. Physical Review D100 (2019) 064009 DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevD.100.064009
  4. M. Rambaldi, E. Bacry, J.F. Muzy. Disentangling and quantifying market participant volatility contributions. Quantitative Finance, doi.org/10.1080/14697688.2019.1591631 (2019).
  5. J.F. Muzy. Continuous cascades in the wavelet space as models for synthetic turbulence. Phys. Rev. E, 99, 042113 (2019).
2018
  1. M. Achab, E. Bacry, J.F. Muzy, M. Rambaldi. Analysis of order book flows using a non-parametric estimation of the branching ratio matrix, Quantitative Finance 18 (2), 199-212 (2018.
  2. E. Bacry, S. Gaiffas, J.F. Muzy. Concentration inequalities for matrix martingales in continuous time. Probability Theory and Related Fields 170 (1-2), 525-553 (2018).
  3. M Achab, E Bacry, S Gaïffas, I Mastromatteo, JF Muzy. Uncovering causality from multivariate Hawkes integrated cumulants. The Journal of Machine Learning Research 18 (192), 1-28 (2018).
  4. A. Folacci, M. Ould El Hadj. Alternative description of gravitational radiation from black holes based on the Regge poles of the S-matrix and the associated residues, Physical Review D 98, 064052 (2018).
  5. A. Folacci, M. Ould El Hadj. Multipolar gravitational waveforms and ringdowns generated during the plunge from the innermost stable circular orbit into a Schwarzschild black hole, Physical Review D 98, 084008 (2018).
  6. A. Folacci, M. Ould El Hadj. Electromagnetic radiation generated by a charged particle plunging into a Schwarzschild black hole: Multipolar waveforms and ringdowns. Physical Review D 98, 024021 (2018).
2017
  1. B. Di Martino, B. Hastot, Y. Penel. Global stability of weak solutions for a multilayer Saint-Venant model with interactions between layers. Nonlinear Analysis, (163), pp 177-200 (2017).
  2. M.O. Bristeau, B. Di Martino, C. Guichard, J. Sainte-Marie. Layer averaged Euler and Navier-Stokes equations. Comm. In Mathematical Sciences, (15), pp 1221-1246 (2017).
  3. J.P. Arias Zapata, A. Belokogne, E. Huguet, J. Queva, J. Renaud. Friedmann-Lemaître-Robertson-Walker spaces as submanifolds of R6: Restriction to the Klein-Gordon operator. Journal of Mathematical Physics, 58(11):113503 (2017).
  4. M Achab, E Bacry, S Gaïffas, I. Mastromatteo, J.F. Muzy. Uncovering causality from multivariate Hawkes integrated cumulants. Proceedings of the 34th International Conference on Machine Learning, PMLR 70:1-10 (2017).
2016
  1. E. Bacry, T. Jaisson, J.F. Muzy, Estimation of slowly decreasing Hawkes kernels : application to high-frequency order book dynamics. Quantitative Finance 16 (8), 1179-1201 (2016).
  2. E. Bacry, J.F. Muzy. First and second-order statistics characterization of Hawkes processes and non-parametric estimation. IEEE Transactions on Information Theory 62 (4), 2184-2202 (2016).
  3. E. Bacry, S. Gaïffas, I. Mastromatteo, J.F. Muzy. Mean-Field inference of Hawkes point processes.Journal of Physics A: Mathematical and Theoretical 49 (17), 174006 (2016).
  4. J.F. Muzy, R. Baile. Self-similar continuous cascades supported by random Cantor sets : Application to rainfall data. Physical Review E, 93 (5) 052305 (2016).
  5. A. Belokogne, A. Folacci, J. Queva. Stueckelberg massive electromagnetism in de Sitter and anti–de Sitter spacetimes:Two-point functions and renormalized stress-energy tensors, Physical Review D 94, 105028 (2016).
  6. Y. Décanini, A. Folacci, M. Ould El Hadj, Waveforms in massive gravity and neutralization of giant black hole ringings,Physical Review D 93, 124027 (2016).
  7. A. Belokogne, A. Folacci. Stueckelberg massive electromagnetism in curved spacetime:Hadamard renormalization of the stress-energy tensor and the Casimir effect, Physical Review D 93, 044063 (2016).
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