# I and J

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...While it could work in pr i ciple since the RNN is provided with all the relevant information, it would be difficult to tr ain the RNNs due to the resulting long term dependencies [14, 4] (figure 1) [16, 15]....

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...The simplest and most well studied scenario is to consider co-dimension-2 branes in six dimensional EGB gravity without any additional sources in the bulk (see, for example, [174, 277, 676, 675, 281, 280, 348, 349])....

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...One of the ways to do this is to add Gauss-Bonnet corrections in the bulk [174, 283, 282]....

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...Alternatively, one could consider a genuine delta function source and avoid issues with the singularity by including higher-order operators in the bulk gravity theory [449, 174, 283, 282]....

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...The boundary conditions derived in [174] lead to the condition Wμν |brane = 0, suggesting that Einstein gravity should be recovered on the brane at all scales, even for an infinitely large bulk....

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...and it turns out that the Einstein tensor on the brane is given by [174, 277]...

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...closer to the graphene surface.(72) However, the CM-based enhancement is orders weaker compared to the EM-based one....

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