# Preprints

The Newton Institute has its own Preprint Series where the scientific papers of the Institute are freely available.

If you are a Cambridge author and you are submitting your work in the next REF then you will need to follow the guidelines on the University of Cambridge Open Access webpages to ensure that your work meets Open Access requirements. In addition, if you are supported by EPSRC or another UK Research Council, all publications published on/after 1st May 2015 need a statement describing how to access the underlying research data. For more information on this please see the University of Cambridge Research Data Management website www.data.cam.ac.uk

Newton Institute visitors are encouraged to submit relevant papers to the INI Preprint series. All papers should have been either completed at the Institute or based on work that took place partially or wholly at the Institute. You can submit material to the preprint series after your visit has ended as long as it is based on work during your visit. Please send a PDF copy to preprints@newton.ac.uk, which will be added to the lists below.

Bound hard copies of all preprints in the series are displayed in the Institute. We would also be pleased to hear from former visitors who have since completed papers based on research carried out here.

Please acknowledge the support of the Institute in your paper using the following text:

The author(s) would like to thank the Isaac Newton Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cambridge, for support and hospitality during the programme [insert programme name] where work on this paper was undertaken. This work was supported by EPSRC grant no EP/K032208/1.

Papers published in the Series are listed by date of submission and may be downloaded as PDFs. Individual hard copies can also be obtained on request from the Institute.

Programme Authors Title Attachments
NPC Goulnara Arzhantseva; Markus Steenbock Rips construction without unique product
NPC Goulnara Arzhantseva; Christopher Cashen; Dominik Gruber; David Hume Characterizatoins of morse quasi-geodesics via superlinear divergence and sublinear contraction
NPC Goulnara Arzhantseva; Christopher Cashen; Dominik Gruber; David Hume Negative curvature in graphical small cancellation groups
OAS Gandalf Lechner; Ulrich Pennig; Simon Wood Yang-Baxter representations of the infinite symmetric group
NPC Ruth Charney; Devin Murray A rank one CAT(0) group is determined by its Morse boundary
OAS Evgenios Kakariadis; Robert T. Bickerton Free multivariate semicrossed products: reflexivity and the bicommutant property
OAS Christopher Barrett ; Evgenios Kakariadis On the quantized dynamics of factorial languages
OAS Yoh Tanimoto; Roberto Longo; Yoshimichi Ueda Yoh Tanimoto
FOS David Balding; Norman Fenton; Richard Gill; David Lagnado; Leila Schneps Twelve guiding principles and recommendations for dealing with quantitative evidence in criminal law
OAS Stefaan Vaes; Jonas Wahl Bernoulli actions of type III_1 and L^2-cohomology
NPC Frédéric Paulin; Uri Shapira On continued fraction expansions of quadratic irrationals in positive characteristic
OAS Sebastien Palcoux Euler totient of subfactor planar algebras
OAS Stephen Moore Non-semisimple planar algebras from the representation theory of ${\overline{U}_q}{(\mathfrak{sl}_2)}$
NPC Norbert Peyerimhoff; Mr Matthias Täufer (Technische Universität Dortmund); Ivan Veselic Unique continuation principles and their absence for Schrödinger eigenfunctions on combinatorial and quantum graphs and in continuum space
OAS Stefaan Vaes; David Kyed; Sven Raum; Matthias Valvekens L^2-Betti numbers of rigid C*-tensor categories and discrete quantum groups
DLA Peter Christen; Rainer Schnell; Dinusha Vatsalan; Thilina Ranbaduge Efficient cryptanalysis of bloom filters for privacy-preserving record linkage
FOS Geoffrey Stewart Morrison; William Thompson Assessing the Admissibility of a New Generation of Forensic Voice Comparison Testimony
FOS Giulio D'Agostini Probability, propensity and probability of propensities (and of probabilities)
FOS Joseph Gastwirth Is the Gini index of inequality overly sensitive to changes in the middle of the income distribution?
FOS Geoffrey Stewart Morrison; David Kaye; David Balding; Duncan Taylor; Philip Dawid; et al. A comment on the PCAST report: Skip the “match”/“non-match” stage
FOS Julia Mortera; A. Philip Dawid Graphical Models for Forensic Analysis
SNA Svante Janson; Lutz Warnke On the critical probability in percolation
DLA David Hand; Peter Christen A note on using the F-measure for evaluating data linkage algorithms
FOS Giulio D'Agostini The waves and the sigmas (to say nothing of the 750 GeV mirage)
FOS Peter Green; Julia Mortera Paternity testing and other inference about relationships from DNA mixtures
SNA Svante Janson Graphons and cut metric on $\sigma$-finite measure spaces
FRB C Bandle; MA Fontelos A nonlocal diffusion problem on manifolds
PEP N Filonov; I Kachkovskiy On the structure of band edges of 2D periodic elliptic operators
HIF Y Khomskii Almost disjoin refinements and mixing reals
HIF T Inamdar The modal logic of inner models
PEP TA Suslina Homogenization of nonstationary Schrödinger type equations with periodic coefficients
PEP Y-R Lee; G Stolz Ballistic transport for the Schrödinger operator with limit-periodic or quasi-periodic potential in dimension two
PEP T Sunada Exponential Riemann sums and "near" -quasicrystals
PEP J Griffin On the phase-space distribution of Bloch eigenmodes for periodic point scatterers
PEP J Marklof Invariance principle for the periodic Lorentz gas in the Boltzmann-Grad limit
RGM B Le Logarithmic coefficients and generalized multifractality of whole-plane SLE
PEP V Chulaevsky Complete exponential localization in a discrete multi-particle Anderson model with interaction of infinite range
PEP I Kachkovskiy On transport properties of isotropic quasiperiodic $\it XY$ spin chains
RGM E Gwynne; X Sun Scaling limits for the critical Fortuin-Kastelyn model on a random planar map II: local estimates and empty reduced word exponent
PEP B Helffer Lower bound for the number of critical points of minimal spectral $\it k$-partitions for $\it k$ large.