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Deflected Anomaly Mediated SUSY Breaking Scenario With General Messenger-Matter InteractionsAug 06 2015Oct 27 2015We propose to introduce general messenger-matter interactions in the deflected anomaly mediated SUSY breaking scenario. The most general form for the resulting soft parameters are derived. New interference terms between the GMSB type and AMSB type contributions ... More

Revisiting the ExtraOrdinary Gauge Mediation Scenarios and EGM Extension of deflected AMSBNov 29 2018Extraordinary gauge mediation extension of deflected AMSB scenarios can be interesting because it can accommodate together the deflection in the Kahler potential and the superpotential. We revisit the EGM scenario and derive the analytical expressions ... More

The Hausdorff dimension of the boundary of the immediate basin of infinity of McMullen mapsApr 05 2012In this paper, we give a formula of the Hausdorff dimension of the boundary of the immediate basin of infinity of McMullen maps $f_p(z)=z^Q+p/z^Q$, where $Q\geq 3$ and $p$ is small. This gives a lower bound of the Hausdorff dimension of the Julia sets ... More

Solving The Muon g-2 Anomaly With Natural NMSSM From Generalized Deflected AMSBApr 17 2017Oct 10 2017We propose to realize (natural) NMSSM spectrum from deflected AMSB with new messenger-matter interactions. With additional messenger-matter interactions involving ${\bf 10}\oplus{\bf \overline{10}}$ representation messengers, the muon g-2 anomaly can ... More

On the local existence for an active scalar equation in critical regularity settingJun 14 2016In this note, we address the local well-posedness for the active scalar equation $\partial_t \theta + u\cdot \nabla \theta =0$, where $u = - \nabla^\perp(-\Delta)^{-1+\beta/2}\theta$. The local existence of solutions in the Sobolev class $H^{1+\beta+\epsilon}$, ... More

Minimal Yukawa deflection of AMSB from the Kahler potentialMar 13 2019We propose a minimal Yukawa deflection scenario of AMSB from the Kahler potential through the Higgs-messenger mixing. Salient features of this scenario are discussed and realistic MSSM spectrum can be obtained. Such a scenario, which are very predictive, ... More

Two-mode variational Monte Carlo study of Quasiparticle excitations in cupratesSep 25 2007Oct 16 2007Recent measurements of quasiparticles in hole-doped cuprates reveal highly unusual features: 1) the doping-independent Fermi velocity, 2) two energy scales in the quasiparticle spectral function, and 3) a suppression of the low energy spectral weight ... More

Blockchain based Digital Asset Management System Architecture for Power Grid Big DataAug 07 2018Chinese power grid enterprises are in need for development of digital asset management system. The characteristics of decentralization, self-trust and self-confidence, pave a promising technical path for power grid digital assess management and Big Data ... More

Virtual contributions from $D^{\ast}(2007)^0$ and $D^{\ast}(2010)^{\pm}$ in the $B\to Dπh$ decaysDec 20 2018Mar 14 2019We study the quasi-two-body decays $B\to D^*h \to D\pi h$ with $h=(\pi, K)$ in the perturbative QCD approach and focus on the virtual contributions from the off-shell $D^{\ast}(2007)^0$ and $D^{\ast}(2010)^{\pm}$ in the four measured decays $\bar B^0 ... More

Pairing-energy coefficients of neutron-rich fragments in spallation reactionsJan 06 2018The ratio of pairing-energy coefficient to temperature ($a_{p}/T$) of neutron-rich fragments produced in spallation reactions has been investigated by adopting an isobaric yield ratio method deduced in the framework of a modified Fisher model. A series ... More

The lepton flavor violating signal of the charged scalar φ^\pm and φ^{\pm\pm} in photon-photon collision at the ILCSep 21 2013May 07 2014The hitherto unconstrained lepton flavor mixing, induced by the new charged scalar \phi^\pm and \phi^{\pm\pm} predicted by many new physics models such as higgs triplet models, may lead to the lepton flavor violating productions of \tau\bar \mu, \tau\bar ... More

Gravitino dark matter from gluino late decay in split supersymmetryJul 14 2005Oct 15 2005In split-supersymmetry (split-SUSY), gluino is a metastable particle and thus can freeze out in the early universe. The late decay of such a long-life gluino into the lightest supersymmetric particle (LSP) may provide much of the cosmic dark matter content. ... More

Solving the muon g-2 anomaly in deflected AMSB with messenger-matter interactionsMar 31 2017Oct 02 2017We proposed to introduce general messenger-matter interactions in the deflected anomaly mediated SUSY breaking scenario to explain the $g_\mu-2$ anomaly. Scenarios with complete or incomplete GUT multiplet messengers are discussed, respectively. The introduction ... More

Split Supersymmetry Under GUT and Current Dark Matter ConstraintsOct 07 2013Oct 27 2014We recalculate the two-loop beta functions for three gauge couplings taking into account all low energy threshold corrections in split supersymmetry (split-SUSY) which assumes a very high scalar mass scale M_S. We find that, in split-SUSY with gaugino ... More

An ensemble of random graphs with identical degree distributionApr 25 2019Degree distribution, or equivalently called degree sequence, has been commonly used to be one of most significant measures for studying a large number of complex networks with which some well-known results have been obtained. By contrast, in this paper, ... More

A 28/37/39GHz Multiband Linear Doherty Power Amplifier in Silicon for 5G ApplicationsJun 29 2018This paper presents the first multiband mm-wave linear Doherty PA in silicon for broadband 5G applications. We introduce a new transformer-based on-chip Doherty power combiner, which can reduce the impedance transformation ratio in power back-off (PBO) ... More

A 28/37/39GHz Multiband Linear Doherty Power Amplifier in Silicon for 5G ApplicationsJun 29 2018May 12 2019This paper presents the first multiband mm-wave linear Doherty PA in silicon for broadband 5G applications. We introduce a new transformer-based on-chip Doherty power combiner, which can reduce the impedance transformation ratio in power back-off (PBO) ... More

Probing Lepton Flavor Violation Signal via γγ\to l_i\barl_j in the Left-Right Twin Higgs Model at the ILCJan 04 2017Oct 16 2017To explain the small neutrino masses, heavy Majorana neutrinos are introduced in the left-right twin Higgs model. The heavy neutrinos, together with the charged scalars and the heavy gauge bosons, may contribute large mixings between the neutrinos and ... More

A family of linear codes with three weightsAug 19 2016Recently, linear codes constructed by defining sets have attracted a lot of study, and many optimal linear codes with a few weights have been produced. The objective of this paper is to present a class of binary linear codes with three weights.

Random walks on Fibonacci treelike models: emergence of power lawApr 25 2019The scale-free feature is prevalent in a large number of complex networks in nature and society. So, more and more researchers pay more attention to such kind of network models. In this paper, we propose a class of growth models, named Fibonacci trees ... More

Suggestion of the DLV dimensionless number system to represent the scaled behavior of structures under impact loadsMar 21 2019A group of dimensionless numbers, termed DLV (Density-Length-Velocity) system, is put forward to represent the scaled behavior of structures under impact loads. It is obtained by means of the Buckingham Pi theorem with an alternative basis. The distinct ... More

Impact of Thermal Behavior on Offset in a High-Q GyroscopeNov 21 2007In this paper, CFD approach is used to simulate the thermal behavior in a sensitive high-Q gyroscope. The electromagnetically driving wires, in which AC current flows, are treated as Joule heat sources in the model. We found that the differences of temperature, ... More

Suggestion of the DLV dimensionless number system to represent the scaled behavior of structures under impact loadsMar 21 2019Apr 04 2019A group of dimensionless numbers, termed DLV (Density-Length-Velocity) system, is put forward to represent the scaled behavior of structures under impact loads. It is obtained by means of the Buckingham Pi theorem with an alternative basis. The distinct ... More

Non-Hermitian Topological Invariants in Real SpaceMay 06 2019Topology of non-Hermitian systems is drastically shaped by the non-Hermitian skin effect, which leads to the generalized bulk-boundary correspondence that replaces the conventional one. The essential part in formulations of bulk-boundary correspondence ... More

High-Order Extended Finite Element Methods for Solving Interface ProblemsApr 21 2016In this paper, we study arbitrary order extended finite element (XFE) methods based on two discontinuous Galerkin (DG) schemes in order to solve elliptic interface problems in two and three dimensions. Optimal error estimates in the piecewise $H^1$-norm ... More

Global regularity for a family of 3D models of the axisymmetric Navier-Stokes equationsAug 24 2017We consider a family of 3D models for the axi-symmetric incompressible Navier-Stokes equations. The models are derived by changing the strength of the convection terms in the axisymmetric Navier-Stokes equations written using a set of transformed variables. ... More

Radiative natural SUSY spectrum from deflected AMSB scenario with messenger-matter interactionsFeb 04 2016May 05 2016A radiative natural SUSY spectrum are proposed in the deflected anomaly mediation scenario with general messenger-matter interactions. Due to the contributions from the new interactions, positive slepton masses as well as a large |A_t| term can naturally ... More

Model Accuracy and Runtime Tradeoff in Distributed Deep Learning:A Systematic StudySep 14 2015Dec 05 2016This paper presents Rudra, a parameter server based distributed computing framework tuned for training large-scale deep neural networks. Using variants of the asynchronous stochastic gradient descent algorithm we study the impact of synchronization protocol, ... More

Non-Hermitian Chern bandsApr 12 2018Sep 25 2018The relation between chiral edge modes and bulk Chern numbers of quantum Hall insulators is a paradigmatic example of bulk-boundary correspondence. We show that the chiral edge modes are not strictly tied to the Chern numbers defined by a non-Hermitian ... More

The normalized Laplacian spectra of subdivision vertex-edge neighbourhood vertex(edge)-corona for graphsJun 26 2018In this paper, we introduce two new graph operations, namely, the subdivision vertex-edge neighbourhood vertex-corona and the subdivision vertex-edge neighbourhood edge-corona on graphs $G_1$, $G_2$ and $G_3$, and the resulting graphs are denoted by $G_1^S\bowtie ... More

Global Weak Solutions to the Equations of Compressible Flow of Nematic Liquid Crystals in Two DimensionsOct 12 2012Aug 10 2013We consider weak solutions to a two-dimensional simplified Ericksen-Leslie system of compressible flow of nematic liquid crystals. An initial-boundary value problem is first studied in a bounded domain. By developing new techniques and estimates to overcome ... More

On the Rayleigh-Taylor instability for incompressible viscous magnetohydrodynamic equationsApr 28 2012May 01 2012We study the Rayleigh-Taylor problem for two incompressible, immiscible, viscous magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) flows, with zero resistivity, surface tension (or without surface tenstion) and special initial magnetic field, evolving with a free interface in ... More

$C^0$ Discontinuous Galerkin Methods for a Kirchhoff Plate Contact ProblemOct 25 2014Discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods are considered for solving a plate contact problem, which is a 4th-order elliptic variational inequality of second kind. Numerous $C^0$ DG schemes for the Kirchhoff plate bending problem are extended to the variational ... More

A Class of Linear Codes With Three WeightsDec 12 2015Dec 23 2015Linear codes have been an interesting subject of study for many years. Recently, linear codes with few weights have been constructed and extensively studied. In this paper, for an odd prime p, a class of three-weight linear codes over Fp are constructed. ... More

On Multi-dimensional Compressible Flows of Nematic Liquid Crystals with Large Initial Energy in a Bounded DomainFeb 12 2013We study the global existence of weak solutions to a multi-dimensional simplified Ericksen-Leslie system for compressible flows of nematic liquid crystals with large initial energy in a bounded domain $\Omega\subset \mathbb{R}^N$, where N=2 or 3. By exploiting ... More

Universal horizons and Hawking radiation in nonprojectable 2d Hořava gravity coupled with a non-relativistic scalar fieldMar 23 2017Oct 05 2017In this paper, we study the non-projectable 2d Ho\v{r}ava gravity coupled with a non-relativistic scalar field, where the coupling is in general non-minimal and of the form $f(\phi)R$, where $f(\phi)$ is an arbitrary function of the scalar field $\phi$, ... More

A class of three-weight and five-weight linear codesSep 21 2015Recently, linear codes with few weights have been widely studied, since they have applications in data storage systems, communication systems and consumer electronics. In this paper, we present a class of three-weight and five-weight linear codes over ... More

On the classification of four-dimensional gradient Ricci solitonsJul 16 2017In this paper, we prove some classification results for four-dimensional gradient Ricci solitons. For a four-dimensional gradient shrinking Ricci soliton with $div^4Rm^\pm=0$, we show that it is either Einstein or a finite quotient of $\mathbb{R}^4$, ... More

Second-order cosmological perturbations. II. Produced by scalar-tensor and tensor-tensor couplingsOct 18 2017Feb 05 2019We study the second-order perturbations in the Einstein-de Sitter Universe in synchronous coordinate. We solve the second-order perturbed Einstein equation with scalar-tensor, and tensor-tensor couplings between 1st order perturbations, and obtain, for ... More

Continuous User Authentication by Contactless Wireless SensingDec 04 2018This paper presents BodyPIN, which is a continuous user authentication system by contactless wireless sensing using commodity Wi-Fi. BodyPIN can track the current user's legal identity throughout a computer system's execution. In case the authentication ... More

Natural SUSY from SU(5) Orbifold GUTApr 21 2013Nov 28 2013We propose a realistic 5D orbifold GUT model that can reduce to natural (or radiative natural) supersymmetry as the low energy effective theory. Supersymmetry as well as gauge symmetry are broken by the twist boundary conditions. We find that it is non-trivial ... More

The Sobolev stability threshold for 2D shear flows near CouetteApr 06 2016Jun 27 2016We consider the 2D Navier-Stokes equation on $\mathbb T \times \mathbb R$, with initial datum that is $\varepsilon$-close in $H^N$ to a shear flow $(U(y),0)$, where $\| U(y) - y\|_{H^{N+4}} \ll 1$ and $N>1$. We prove that if $\varepsilon \ll \nu^{1/2}$, ... More

Token Economics in Energy Systems: Concept, Functionality and ApplicationsAug 02 2018Traditional centralized energy systems have the disadvantages of difficult management and insufficient incentives. Blockchain is an emerging technology, which can be utilized in energy systems to enhance their management and control. Integrating token ... More

On the ergodicity of geodesic flows on surfaces without focal pointsDec 11 2018In this article, we study the ergodicity of the geodesic flows on surfaces with no focal points. Let $M$ be a smooth connected and closed surface equipped with a $C^\infty$ Riemannian metric $g$, whose genus $\mathfrak{g} \geq 2$. Suppose that $(M,g)$ ... More

Bounds on Higgs And Top Quark Masses From The Other Degenerate Vacua Near The Planck Scale With Gravitational ContributionsJun 24 2015Based on the weak coupling expansion of gravity, we calculate the gravitational contributions to yukawa coupling, scalar quartic coupling as well as gauge couplings with general Landau-DeWitt gauge-fixing choice and a gauge preserving (of SM gauge group) ... More

Canonical Form and Separability of PPT States on Multiple Quantum SpacesApr 20 2005By using the "subtracting projectors" method in proving the separability of PPT states on multiple quantum spaces, we derive a canonical form of PPT states in ${\Cb}^{K_1} \otimes {\Cb}^{K_2} \otimes ... \otimes {\Cb}^{K_m} \otimes {\Cb}^N$ composite ... More

Nonlinear Rayleigh-Taylor Instability for Nonhomogeneous Incompressible Viscous Magnetohydrodynamic FlowsApr 20 2013Nov 29 2014We investigate the nonlinear instability of a smooth Rayleigh-Taylor steady-state solution (including the case of heavier density with increasing height) to the three-dimensional incompressible nonhomogeneous magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) equations of zero ... More

On the mixing and Bernoulli properties for geodesic flows on rank 1 manifolds without focal pointsDec 02 2018If $(M,g)$ is a smooth compact rank $1$ Riemannian manifold without focal points, it is shown that the measure $\mu_{\max}$ of maximal entropy for the geodesic flow is unique. In this article, we study the statistic properties and prove that this unique ... More

k-DAG Based Lifetime Aware Data Collection in Wireless Sensor NetworksNov 13 2013Wireless Sensor Networks need to be organized for efficient data collection and lifetime maximization. In this paper, we propose a novel routing structure, namely k-DAG, to balance the load of the base station's neighbours while providing the worst-case ... More

Quantum-Fluctuation-Driven Coherent Spin Dynamics in Small CondensatesJun 06 2008We have studied quantum spin dynamics of small condensates of cold sodium atoms. For a condensate initially prepared in a mean field ground state, we show that coherent spin dynamics are {\em purely} driven by quantum fluctuations of collective spin coordinates ... More

Proper connection number and 2-proper connection number of a graphJul 06 2015Jul 10 2015A path in an edge-colored graph is called a proper path if no two adjacent edges of the path are colored with one same color. An edge-colored graph is called $k$-proper connected if any two vertices of the graph are connected by $k$ internally pairwise ... More

Theory of high energy features in angle-resolved photo-emission spectra of hole-doped cupratesOct 18 2006Oct 19 2006The recent angle-resolved photoemission measurements performed up to binding energies of the order of 1eV reveals a very robust feature: the nodal quasi-particle dispersion breaks up around 0.3-0.4eV and reappears around 0.6-0.8eV. The intensity map in ... More

A Mixed Discontinuous Galerkin Method for Linear Elasticity with Strongly Imposed SymmetryFeb 23 2019In this paper, we study a mixed discontinuous Galerkin (MDG) method to solve linear elasticity problem with arbitrary order discontinuous finite element spaces in $d$-dimension ($d=2,3$). This method uses polynomials of degree $k+1$ for the stress and ... More

Resonance Scattering in Optical Lattices and Molecules: Interband versus Intraband EffectsOct 06 2009Mar 25 2010We study the low-energy two-body scattering in optical lattices with all higher-band effects included in an effective potential, using a renormalization group approach. As the potential depth reaches a certain value, a resonance of low energy scattering ... More

Topological-Fermi-Liquid to Quantum-Hall-Liquid Transitions: $p$-Band and $d$-Band Fermions in a Magnetic FieldNov 14 2009Nov 22 2009We find that in a multi-orbital system with intraorbital and interorbital hopping integrals, the Hall conductance exhibits various topological quantum phase transitions (QPTs) induced by on-site orbital polarization: integer quantum Hall (IQH) plateau ... More

Automorphism groups of positive entropy on projective threefoldsMar 26 2012We prove two results about the natural representation of a group G of automorphisms of a normal projective threefold X on its second cohomology. We show that if X is minimal then G, modulo a normal subgroup of null entropy, is embedded as a Zariski-dense ... More

Towards Cosmological Dynamics from Loop Quantum GravityJan 22 2018Apr 19 2018We present a systematic study of the cosmological dynamics resulting from an effective Hamiltonian, recently derived in loop quantum gravity using Thiemann's regularization and earlier obtained in loop quantum cosmology (LQC) by keeping the Lorentzian ... More

On maximum Estrada indices of bipartite graphs with some given parametersApr 22 2014The Estrada index of a graph $G$ is defined as $EE(G)=\sum_{i=1}^ne^{\lambda_i}$, where $\lambda_1,$ $ \lambda_2,\ldots, \lambda_n$ are the eigenvalues of the adjacency matrix of $G$. In this paper, we characterize the unique bipartite graph with maximum ... More

Semantic Exploration of Traffic DynamicsApr 06 2018Given a large collection of urban datasets, how can we find their hidden correlations? For example, New York City (NYC) provides open access to taxi data from year 2012 to 2015 with about half million taxi trips generated per day. In the meantime, we ... More

Dynamics of quantum coherence in Bell-diagonal states under Markovian channelsFeb 08 2019We study the curves of coherence for the Bell-diagonal states including $l_{1}$-norm of coherence and relative entropy of coherence under the Markovian channels in the first subsystem once. For a special Bell-diagonal state under bit-phase flip channel, ... More

Differentially Private Generative Adversarial NetworkFeb 19 2018Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) and its variants have recently attracted intensive research interests due to their elegant theoretical foundation and excellent empirical performance as generative models. These tools provide a promising direction ... More

The SU(2) Gauge Field Theory of Magnetic SkyrmionDec 18 2018The theoretical research of the origin of magnetic skyrmion is very interesting. In 2-dim magnetic materials, the existence of magnetic skyrmion is closely related to the SU(2) gauge transformation of its every magnetization. Studying the gauge parallel ... More

Heavy colored SUSY partners from deflected anomaly mediationMay 11 2015We propose a deflected anomaly mediation scenario from SUSY QCD which can lead to both positive and negative deflection parameters (there is a smooth transition between these two deflection parameter regions by adjusting certain couplings). Such a scenario ... More

Understanding Urban Dynamics via Context-aware Tensor Factorization with Neighboring RegularizationApr 25 2019May 10 2019Recent years have witnessed the world-wide emergence of mega-metropolises with incredibly huge populations. Understanding residents mobility patterns, or urban dynamics, thus becomes crucial for building modern smart cities. In this paper, we propose ... More

Explain DAMPE Results by Dark Matter With Hierarchical Lepton-Specific Yukawa InteractionsDec 06 2017Jan 23 2018We propose to interpret the DAMPE electron excess at 1.5 TeV through scalar or Dirac fermion dark matter (DM) annihilation with doubly charged scalar mediators that have lepton-specific Yukawa couplings. Hierarchy of such lepton-specific Yukawa couplings ... More

Solving the muon g-2 anomaly in CMSSM extension with non-universal gaugino massesAug 31 2018Dec 01 2018We propose to generate non-universal gaugino masses in SU(5) GUT with the generalized Planck-scale mediation SUSY breaking mechanism, in which the non-universality arises from proper wavefunction normalization with lowest component VEVs of various high ... More

Pressure induced band structure evolution of halide perovskites: a first-principles atomic and electronic structure studyNov 15 2018Nov 18 2018Density functional theory (DFT) based calculations have been conducted to draw a broad picture of pressure induced band structure evolution in various phases of organic and inorganic halide perovskite materials. Under a wide range of pressure applied, ... More

Maximum Total Correntropy Diffusion Adaptation over Networks with Noisy LinksFeb 14 2018Distributed estimation over networks draws much attraction in recent years. In many situations, due to imperfect information communication among nodes, the performance of traditional diffusion adaptive algorithms such as the diffusion LMS (DLMS) may degrade. ... More

The semi-constrained NMSSM in light of muon g-2, LHC, and dark matter constraintsNov 11 2018Nov 25 2018The semi-constrained NMSSM (scNMSSM) extends the MSSM by a singlet field, and requires unification of the soft SUSY breaking terms in the squark and slepton sectors, while it allows that in the Higgs sector to be different. We try to interpret the muon ... More

High contrast linking 6 lasers to a 1 GHz Ybfiber laser frequency combNov 25 2018We demonstrate a 0.95 GHz repetition rate fully stabilized Yb:fiber frequency comb without optical amplification. Benefitted from the high mode power and high coherence, this comb achieved 35 dB to 42 dB signal to noise ratio on the direct heterodyne ... More

Electronic transport through graphene nanoribbons with Stone-Wales reconstruction at edges and interfacesMay 05 2015In this paper, we study the conductance of the graphene nanoribbons(GNRs) in the presence of the Stone-Wales(S-W) reconstruction, using the transfer matrix method. The ribbon is connected with semi-infinite quantum wires as the leads. The S-W reconstruction ... More

Mechanical Manipulations on Electronic Transport of Graphene NanoribbonsNov 06 2014May 12 2015We study the effects of uniaxial strains on the transport properties of the graphene nanoribbons(GNRs) connected with two metallic leads in heterojunctions, using the transfer matrix method. Two typical GNRs with zigzag and armchair boundaries are considered, ... More

Core-genome scaffold comparison reveals the prevalence that inversion events are associated with pairs of inverted repeatsAug 08 2016Motivation: Genome rearrangement plays an important role in evolutionary biology and has profound impacts on phenotype in organisms ranging from microbes to humans. The mechanisms for genome rearrangement events remain unclear. Lots of comparisons have ... More

Handshake between Fibonacci series and pure preferential attachment mechanism on a graph-modelApr 25 2019In order to better understand dynamical functions on amounts of natural and man-made complex systems, lots of researchers from a wide range of disciplines, covering statistic physics, mathematics, theoretical computer science, and so on, have spent much ... More

Tuning Kinetic Magnetism of Strongly Correlated Electrons via Staggered FluxJun 29 2007We explore the kinetic magnetism of the infinite-$U$ repulsive Hubbard models at low hole densities on various lattices with nearest-neighbor hopping integrals modulated by a staggered magnetic flux $\pm\phi$. Tuning $\phi$ from 0 to $\pi$ makes the ground ... More

The Wu-Yang potential of Magnetic Skyrmion from SU(2) Flat ConnectionDec 18 2018Apr 19 2019The theoretical research of the origin of magnetic skyrmion is very interesting. By using decomposition theory of gauge potential and the gauge parallel condition of local bases of $su(2)$ Lie algebra, its $SU(2)$ gauge potential is expressed as flat ... More

Exploring triplet-quadruplet fermionic dark matter at the LHC and future collidersNov 15 2017Mar 01 2018We study the signatures of the triplet-quadruplet dark matter model at the LHC and future colliders, including the 100 TeV Super Proton-Proton Collider and the 240 GeV Circular Electron Positron Collider. The dark sector in this model contains one fermionic ... More

Fine-Grained Car Detection for Visual Census EstimationSep 07 2017Targeted socioeconomic policies require an accurate understanding of a country's demographic makeup. To that end, the United States spends more than 1 billion dollars a year gathering census data such as race, gender, education, occupation and unemployment ... More

Using Deep Learning and Google Street View to Estimate the Demographic Makeup of the USFeb 22 2017Mar 02 2017The United States spends more than $1B each year on initiatives such as the American Community Survey (ACS), a labor-intensive door-to-door study that measures statistics relating to race, gender, education, occupation, unemployment, and other demographic ... More

Thoracic Disease Identification and Localization with Limited SupervisionNov 17 2017Jun 20 2018Accurate identification and localization of abnormalities from radiology images play an integral part in clinical diagnosis and treatment planning. Building a highly accurate prediction model for these tasks usually requires a large number of images manually ... More

Scintillation and Ionization Responses of Liquid Xenon to Low Energy Electronic and Nuclear Recoils at Drift Fields from 236 V/cm to 3.93 kV/cmMay 04 2015Jul 14 2015We present new measurements of the scintillation and ionization yields in liquid xenon for low energy electronic (about 3--7 keV$_{ee}$) and nuclear recoils (about 8--20 keV$_{nr}$) at different drift fields from 236 V/cm to 3.93 kV/cm, using a three-dimensional ... More

Quantum Theory of Transmission Line Resonator-Assisted Cooling of a Micromechanical ResonatorApr 30 2008Jan 23 2009We propose a quantum description of the cooling of a micromechanical flexural oscillator by a one-dimensional transmission line resonator via a force that resembles cavity radiation pressure. The mechanical oscillator is capacitively coupled to the central ... More

The classification of log Enriques surfaces of rank 18Aug 15 2010Log Enriques surface is a generalization of K3 and Enriques surface. We will classify all the rational log Enriques surfaces of rank 18 by giving concrete models for the realizable types of these surfaces.

A Parameter Estimation of Fractional Order Grey Model Based on Adaptive Dynamic Cat Swarm AlgorithmMay 22 2018May 23 2018In this paper, we utilize ADCSO (Adaptive Dynamic Cat Swarm Optimization) to estimate the parameters of Fractional Order Grey Model. The parameters of Fractional Order Grey Model affect the prediction accuracy of the model. In order to solve the problem ... More

Domino successive-deviation ghost imagingMay 15 2019Traditional ghost imaging acquires images via the correlation of the intensity fluctuations of reference patterns and bucket values, and can even generate positive-negative images by conditionally averaging partial patterns. Here, we propose a domino ... More

Ionic vibration induced transparency and Autler-Townes splittingFeb 26 2017In this work, the absorption spectrum of a two-level ion in a linear Paul trap is investigated, the ion is supposed to be driven by two orthogonal laser beams, the one along the axial of the trap acts as the control light beam, the other as probe beam. ... More

A Unified Study of Continuous and Discontinuous Galerkin MethodsDec 04 2017Apr 24 2018A unified study is presented in this paper for the design and analysis of different finite element methods (FEMs), including conforming and nonconforming FEMs, mixed FEMs, hybrid FEMs,discontinuous Galerkin (DG) methods, hybrid discontinuous Galerkin ... More

New Insights on Low Energy $πN$ Scattering Amplitudes: Comprehensive Analyses at $\mathcal{O}(p^3)$ LevelNov 24 2018Feb 28 2019A production representation of partial-wave $S$ matrix is utilized to construct low-energy elastic pion-nucleon scattering amplitudes from cuts and poles on complex Riemann sheets. Among them, the contribution of left-hand cuts is estimated using the ... More

Analytical Soft SUSY Spectrum in Mirage-Type Mediation ScenariosAug 26 2018We derive explicitly the soft SUSY breaking parameters at arbitrary low energy scale in the (deflected) mirage type mediation scenarios with possible gauge or Yukawa mediation contributions. Based on the Wilsonian effective action after integrating out ... More

Vacuum Stability Bounds On Higgs Mass With Gravitational ContributionsDec 06 2013May 22 2014We calculate the gravitational contributions to $\phi^4$ theory with general $R_\xi$ gauge-fixing choice and find that the result is gauge independent. Based on weak coupling expansion of gravity and ignoring the possible higher dimensional operators ... More

Log del Pezzo Surfaces of Rank 2 and Cartier Index 3 with a Unique SingularityDec 05 2010Log del Pezzo surfaces play the role of the opposite of surfaces of general type. We will completely classify all the log del Pezzo surfaces of rank 2 and Cartier index 3 with a unique singularity.

Temporal Unet: Sample Level Human Action Recognition using WiFiApr 19 2019Human doing actions will result in WiFi distortion, which is widely explored for action recognition, such as the elderly fallen detection, hand sign language recognition, and keystroke estimation. As our best survey, past work recognizes human action ... More

FPGA-based Binocular Image Feature Extraction and Matching SystemMay 13 2019Image feature extraction and matching is a fundamental but computation intensive task in machine vision. This paper proposes a novel FPGA-based embedded system to accelerate feature extraction and matching. It implements SURF feature point detection and ... More

Siamese Attentional Keypoint Network for High Performance Visual TrackingApr 23 2019In this paper, we investigate impacts of three main aspects of visual tracking, i.e., the backbone network, the attentional mechanism and the detection component, and propose a Siamese Attentional Keypoint Network, dubbed SATIN, to achieve efficient tracking ... More

Enforcing Template Representability and Temporal Consistency for Adaptive Sparse TrackingApr 30 2016Sparse representation has been widely studied in visual tracking, which has shown promising tracking performance. Despite a lot of progress, the visual tracking problem is still a challenging task due to appearance variations over time. In this paper, ... More

Upper bound of the fully entangled fractionOct 06 2008We study the fully entangled fraction of quantum states. An upper bound is obtained for arbitrary dimensional bipartite systems. This bound is shown to be exact for the case of two-qubit systems. An inequality related the fully entangled fraction of two ... More

Local Unitary Invariants for Multipartite Quantum SystemsOct 23 2014We present an approach of constructing invariants under local unitary transformations for multipartite quantum systems. The invariants constructed in this way can be complement to that in [Science 340 (2013) 1205-1208]. Detailed examples are given to ... More

Probing Quantum Phase Transition in Macroscopic Qubit Array via circuit QED architectureMar 02 2006Jun 06 2006We demonstrate a universal physical mechanism to probe the macroscopic quantum phase transition based on circuit QED architecture. We found that, with certain parameters, the Josephson junction qubit array behaves as an antiferromagnetic Ising model in ... More

Quantization of (1+1)-dimensional Hořava-Lifshitz theory of gravityAug 11 2014Dec 31 2014In this paper, we study the quantization of the (1+1)-dimensional projectable Ho\v{r}ava-Lifshitz (HL) gravity, and find that, when only gravity is present, the system can be quantized by following the canonical Dirac quantization, and the corresponding ... More

Extended staggered-flux phases in two-dimensional latticesAug 07 2006Based on the so called $t$-$\phi$ model in two-dimensional (2D) lattices, we investigate the stabilities of a class of extended staggered-flux (SF) phases (which are the extensions of the $\sqrt{2}\times\sqrt{2}$ SF phase to generalized spatial periods) ... More