Page 49 - UCT2012 Science

Basic HTML Version

Faculty of Science
Carloni, S., Goswami, R. and Dunsby, P.K.S. 2012. A
new approach to reconstruction methods in f(R) gravity.
Classical and Quantum Gravity, 29: 135012.
Carroll, T. and Ratzkin, J. 2012. Two isoperimetric inequalities
for the Sobolev constant. Zeitschrift fur Angewandte
Mathematik und Physik, 63: 855-863.
Cembranos, J.A.R., de la Cruz-Dombriz, A. and Montes
Nunez, B. 2012. Gravitational collapse in f (R) theories.
JournalofCosmology and Astroparticle Physics, 04(021):
Cembranos, J.A.R., de la Cruz-Dombriz, A., Gammaldi, V.
and Maroto, A.L. 2012. Detection of branon dark matter
with gamma ray telescopes. Physical Review D, 85: 043505.
Chinyoka, T. and Makinde, O.D. 2012. On transient flow
of a reactive variable viscosity third-grade fluid through
a cylindrical pipe with convective cooling. Meccanica, 47:
Chinyoka, T. and Makinde, O.D. 2012. Unsteady
hydromagnetic flow of a reactive variable viscosity
third-grade fluid in a channel with convective cooling.
International Journal for Numerical Methods in Fluids, 69:
Clarkson, C.A. 2012. Establishing homogeneity of the
universe in the shadow of dark energy. Comptes Rendus
Physique, 13: 682-718.
Clarkson, C.A., Clifton, T., Coley, A. and Sung, R. 2012.
Observational constraints on the averaged universe.
Physical Review D, 85(4): 043506.
Clarkson, C.A., Ellis, G.F.R., Faltenbacher, A., Maartens,
R., Umeh, O. and Uzan, J.P. 2012. (Mis-) interpreting
supernovae observations in a lumpy universe. Monthly
Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 426(2): 1121-
Clifton, T., Clarkson, C.A. and Bull, P. 2012. Isotropic
blackbody cosmic microwave background radiation as
evidence for a homogeneous universe. Physical Review
Letters, 109(5): 051303.
Dai, D., Starkman, G.D., Stojkovic, B., Stojkovic, D. and
Weltman, A. 2012. Using quasars as standard clocks for
measuring cosmological redshift. Physical Review Letters,
108(23): 231302.
Dankelmann, P., Erwin, D., Goddard, W., Mukwembi, S.
and Swart, H.C. 2012. Eccentric counts, connectivity and
chordality. Information Processing Letters, 112: 944-947.
Dankelmann, P., Erwin, D., Mukwembi, S., Rodrigues, B.G.,
Mwambene, E. and Sabidussi, G. 2012. Automorphism
group and diameter of a graph. Journal of Graph Theory,
70: 80-91.
De la Cruz-Dombriz, A. and Saez-Gomez, D. 2012. Black
holes, cosmological solutions, future singularities and their
thermodynamical properties in modified gravity theories.
Entropy, 14: 1717-1770.
De la Cruz-Dombriz, A. and Saez-Gomez, D. 2012. On the
stability of the cosmological solutions in f (R,G) gravity.
Classical and Quantum Gravity, 29: 245014.
De Mello Koch, R., Mohammed, B.A.E., Murugan, J. and
Prinsloo, A. 2012. Beyond the planar limit in ABJM. Journal
of High Energy Physics, 2012(5): 037.
Djoko, J.K. and Reddy, B.D. 2012. Existence results for
a polymer melt with an evolving natural configuration.
Mathematical Models & Methods in Applied Sciences,
22(1): 1150004.
Driver, K.A. 2012. Interlacing of zeros of Gegenbauer
polynomials of non-consecutive degree from different
sequences. Numerische Mathematik, 120: 35-44.
Driver, K.A. and Jordaan, K. 2012. Bounds for extreme
zeros of some classical orthogonal polynomials. Journal of
Approximation Theory, 164: 1200-1204.
Ellis, G.F.R. 2012. Editorial note to: H.P. Robertson,
relativistic cosmology. General Relativity and Gravitation,
44: 2099-2114.
Ellis, G.F.R. 2012. On the limits of quantum theory:
contextuality and the quantum-classical cut. Annals of
Physics, 327: 1890-1932.
Ellis, G.F.R. 2012. Top-down causation and emergence:
some comments on mechanisms. Journal of the Royal
Society Interface, 2: 126-140.
Ellis, G.F.R., Noble, D. and O’Connor, T. 2012. Top-down
causation: an integrating theme within and across the
sciences? Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 2: 1-3.
Foley, R.J., Filippenko, A., Kessler, R., Bassett, B.A.,
Friedman, J.A., Garnavich, P.M., Jha, S., Konishi,
K., Lampeitl, H., Riess, A.G., Sako, M., Schneider,
D., Sollerman, J. and Smith, M. 2012. A mismatch
in the ultraviolet spectra between low-redshift and
intermediate-redshift type Ia supernovae as a possible
systematic uncertainty for supernova cosmology.
Astronomical Journal, 143(5): 113.