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Vortex-unbinding and finite-size effects in Tl2Ba2CaCu2O8 thin filmsFeb 28 2003Oct 01 2003Current-voltage ($I$-$V$) characteristics of Tl$_2$Ba$_2$CaCu$_2$O$_8$ thin films in zero magnetic field are measured and analyzed with the conventional Kosterlitz-Thouless-Berezinskii (KTB) approach, dynamic scaling approach and finite-size scaling approach, ... More

Sets of uniqueness, weakly sufficient sets and sampling sets for weighted spaces of holomorphic functions in the unit ballApr 24 2019We consider inductive limits of weighted spaces of holomorphic functions in the unit ball of $\mathbb C^n$. The relationship between sets of uniqueness, weakly sufficient sets and sampling sets in these spaces is studied. In particular, the equivalence ... More

Comparative study of vortex dynamics in CaKFe4As4 and Ba0.6K0.4Fe2As2 single crystalsDec 17 2018We investigate the vortex dynamics in two typical hole doped iron based superconductors CaKFe$_4$As$_4$ (CaK1144) and Ba$_{0.6}$K$_{0.4}$Fe$_2$As$_2$ (BaK122) with similar superconducting transition temperatures. It is found that the magnetization hysteresis ... More

A Learning Based Optimal Human Robot Collaboration with Linear Temporal Logic ConstraintsMay 31 2017This paper considers an optimal task allocation problem for human robot collaboration in human robot systems with persistent tasks. Such human robot systems consist of human operators and intelligent robots collaborating with each other to accomplish ... More

Frames and operators in Schatten classesFeb 11 2013Let $T$ be a compact operator on a separable Hilbert space $H$. We show that, for $2\le p<\infty$, $T$ belongs to the Schatten class $S_p$ if and only if $\{\|Tf_n\|\}\in \ell^p$ for \emph{every} frame $\{f_n\}$ in $H$; and for $0<p\le2$, $T$ belongs ... More

Quantum Monte Carlo Study of Pairing Symmetry and Correlation in Iron-based SuperconductorsJun 27 2012Feb 19 2013We perform a systematic quantum Monte Carlo study of the pairing correlation in the $S_4$ symmetric microscopic model for iron-based superconductors. It is found that the pairing with an extensive s-wave symmetry robustly dominates over other pairings ... More

On the structure of $\mathcal{N}_p$-spaces in the ballJul 25 2016We study the structure of $\mathcal{N}_p$-spaces in the ball. In particular, we show that any such space is Moebius-invariant and for $0<p \leq n$, all $\mathcal{N}_p$-spaces are different. Our results will be of important uses in the study of operator ... More

Finding the Spectral Radius of a Nonnegative TensorNov 09 2011In this paper, we introduce a new class of nonnegative tensors --- strictly nonnegative tensors. A weakly irreducible nonnegative tensor is a strictly nonnegative tensor but not vice versa. We show that the spectral radius of a strictly nonnegative tensor ... More

Formal residue and computer proofs of combinatorial identitiesSep 20 2011Sep 28 2011The coefficient of x^{-1} of a formal Laurent series f(x) is called the formal residue of f(x). Many combinatorial numbers can be represented by the formal residues of hypergeometric terms. With these representations and the extended Zeilberger's algorithm, ... More

Contrasting Pair-Breaking Effects by Doping Mn and Zn in Ba0.5K0.5Fe2As2Jan 07 2010May 05 2010Resistivity, Hall effect, magnetoresistance and DC magnetization were measured in Mn and Zn doped Ba$_{0.5}$K$_{0.5}$Fe$_{2}$As$_{2}$ samples. It is found that the Mn-doping can depress the superconducting transition temperature drastically with a rate ... More

Controllability of ferromagnetism in grapheneDec 01 2009Sep 15 2010We systematically study magnetic correlations in graphene within Hubbard model on a honeycomb lattice by using quantum Monte Carlo simulations. In the filling region below the Van Hove singularity, the system shows a short-range ferromagnetic correlation, ... More

Manifestation of $s\to Λ$ fragmentation matrix elements via transverse $Λ$ polarization in unpolarized $e^-e^+$ annihilationJan 13 1996Jan 16 1996Making use of the collinear expansion technique developed by Ellis, Furmanski and Petrozio, and the special propagator concept invented by Qiu, we present a factorization approach to the photon fragmentation tensor for the inclusive Lambda hyperon production. ... More

Too Far to See? Not Really! --- Pedestrian Detection with Scale-aware Localization PolicySep 01 2017A major bottleneck of pedestrian detection lies on the sharp performance deterioration in the presence of small-size pedestrians that are relatively far from the camera. Motivated by the observation that pedestrians of disparate spatial scales exhibit ... More

Nodal Superconducting Gap in $β$-FeSDec 13 2015Low temperature specific heat has been measured in superconductor $\beta$-FeS with T$_c$ = 4.55 K. It is found that the low temperature electronic specific heat C$_e$/T can be fitted to a linear relation in the low temperature region, but fails to be ... More

Superconductivity in LiOHFeS single crystals with a shrunk c-axis lattice constantDec 12 2016By using a hydrothermal ion-exchange method, we have successfully grown superconducting crystals of LiOHFeS with ${T_c}$ of about 2.8 K. Being different from the sister sample (Li${_{1-x}}$Fe${_x}$)OHFeSe, the energy dispersion spectrum analysis on LiOHFeS ... More

Topological incommensurate magnetization plateaus in quasi-periodic quantum spin chainsSep 13 2014Mar 17 2015Uncovering topologically nontrivial states in nature is an intriguing and important issue in recent years. While most studies are based on the topological band insulators, the topological state in strongly correlated low-dimensional systems has not been ... More

General Logarithmic Corrections to Bekenstein-Hawking EntropySep 20 2006Recently, there has been a lot of attention devoted to resolving the quantum corrections to the Bekenstein-Hawking entropy of the black hole. In particular, the coefficient of the logarithmic term in the black hole entropy correction has been of great ... More

E-Determinants of TensorsSep 02 2011Sep 13 2011We generalize the concept of the symmetric hyperdeterminants for symmetric tensors to the E-determinants for general tensors. We show that the E-determinant inherits many properties of the determinant of a matrix. These properties include: solvability ... More

The Abel-Zeilberger AlgorithmMay 01 2011We use both Abel's lemma on summation by parts and Zeilberger's algorithm to find recurrence relations for definite summations. The role of Abel's lemma can be extended to the case of linear difference operators with polynomial coefficients. This approach ... More

Vortex lattice and vortex bound states in CsFe$_2$As$_2$ investigated by scanning tunneling microscopy/spectroscopyJan 08 2018Jul 11 2018We investigate the vortex lattice and vortex bound states in CsFe$_2$As$_2$ single crystals by scanning tunneling microscopy/spectroscopy (STM/STS) under various magnetic fields. A possible structural transition or crossover of vortex lattice is observed ... More

Far-field nanoscale infrared spectroscopy of vibrational fingerprints of molecules with graphene plasmonsJun 30 2016Infrared spectroscopy, especially for molecular vibrations in the fingerprint region between 600 and 1500 cm-1, is a powerful characterization method for bulk materials. However, molecular fingerprinting at the nanoscale level still remains a significant ... More

Possible superconducting fluctuation and pseudogap state above $T_c$ in CsFe$_2$As$_2$Apr 25 2016Resistive, magnetization, torque, specific heat and scanning tunneling microscopy measurements are carried out on the hole heavily doped CsFe$_2$As$_2$ single crystals. A characteristic temperature $T^*\sim13$ K, which is several times higher than the ... More

Structures and Physical Properties of CsV$_2$Se$_{2-x}$O and V$_2$Se$_2$OMar 02 2018By using solid-state reactions, we successfully synthesize new oxyselenides CsV$_2$Se$_{2-x}$O (x = 0, 0.5). These compounds containing V$_2$O planar layers with a square lattice crystallize in the CeCr$_2$Si$_2$C structure with the space group of $P4/mmm$. ... More

Scrutinizing the double superconducting gaps and strong coupling pairing in (Li1-xFexOH)FeSeJun 15 2015Aug 05 2015In the iron based superconductors, one of the on-going frontier studies is about the pairing mechanism. The recent interest concerns the high temperature superconductivity and its intimate reason in the monolayer FeSe thin films. The challenge here is ... More

Sign reversal superconducting gaps revealed by phase referenced quasi-particle interference of impurity induced bound states in (Li$_{1-x}$Fe$_x$)OHFe$_{1-y}$Zn$_y$SeMar 28 2018By measuring the spatial distribution of differential conductance near impurities on Fe sites, we have obtained the quasi-particle interference (QPI) patterns in the (Li$_{1-x}$Fe$_x$)OHFe$_{1-y}$Zn$_y$Se superconductor with only electron Fermi surfaces. ... More

General theory of sending-or-not-sending twin-field quantum key distributionApr 12 2019May 06 2019The Sending-or-Not-Sending (SNS) protocol of the twin-field quantum key distribution (TF-QKD) has its advantage of unconditional security proof under any coherent attack and fault tolerance to large misalignment error even considered finite-key effect. ... More

Superconductivity with two-fold symmetry in topological superconductor SrxBi2Se3Jul 21 2016Topological superconductivity is the quantum condensate of paired electrons with an odd parity of the pairing function. One of the candidates is the triplet pairing superconductor derived from topological insulator Bi2Se3 by chemical doping. Theoretically ... More

The formation of boron sheet at the Ag(111) surface: From clusters, ribbons, to monolayersJan 07 2016Boron (B) sheet has been intently studied and various candidates with vacancies have been proposed by theoretical investigations, including the possible growth on metal surface. However, a recent experiment (Science 350, 1513, 2015) reported that the ... More

Three-dimensional numerical study of flow characteristic and membrane fouling evolution in an enzymatic membrane reactorJan 02 2018In order to enhance the understanding of membrane fouling mechanism, the hydrodynamics of granular flow in a stirred enzymatic membrane reactor was numerically investigated in the present study. A three-dimensional Euler-Euler model, coupled with k-e ... More

LineNet: a Zoomable CNN for Crowdsourced High Definition Maps Modeling in Urban EnvironmentsJul 16 2018High Definition (HD) maps play an important role in modern traffic scenes. However, the development of HD maps coverage grows slowly because of the cost limitation. To efficiently model HD maps, we proposed a convolutional neural network with a novel ... More

Region-Based Rate-Control for H.264/AVC for Low Bit-Rate ApplicationsFeb 28 2015Rate-control plays an important role in video coding. However, in the conventional rate-control algorithms, the number and position of Macroblocks (MBs) inside one basic unit for rate-control is inflexible and predetermined. The different characteristics ... More

Pressure Induced Enhancement of Superconductivity in LaRu2P2Apr 14 2015To explore new superconductors beyond the copper-based and iron-based systems is very important. The Ru element locates just below the Fe in the periodic table and behaves like the Fe in many ways. One of the common thread to induce high temperature superconductivity ... More

Discovery of a new nontoxic cuprate superconducting system Ga-Ba-Ca-Cu-OMay 23 2018Superconductivity is observed in a new nontoxic cuprate system Ga-Ba-Ca-Cu-O, with Tc = 82K for GaBa2Ca5Cu6O14+{\delta} (Ga-1256) and Tc = 116K probably for GaBa2Ca3Cu4O10+{\delta} (Ga-1234) or GaBa2Ca2Cu3O8+{\delta} (Ga-1223), respectively. All compounds ... More

Non-Markovian full counting statistics in quantum dot moleculesFeb 11 2015Full counting statistics of electron transport is a powerful diagnostic tool for probing the nature of quantum transport beyond what is obtainable from the average current or conductance measurement alone. In particular, the non-Markovian dynamics of ... More

Kinetic freeze-out temperatures in central and peripheral collisions: Which one is larger?Mar 15 2017Feb 19 2018The kinetic freeze-out temperatures, $T_0$, in nucleus-nucleus collisions at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) and Large Hadron Collider (LHC) energies are extracted by four methods: i) the Blast-Wave model with Boltzmann-Gibbs statistics (the ... More

Examining the model dependence of the determination of kinetic freeze-out temperature and transverse flow velocity in small collision systemAug 24 2017Sep 06 2018The transverse momentum distributions of the identified particles produced in small collision systems at the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider (RHIC) and Large Hadron Collider (LHC) have been analyzed by four models. The first two models utilize the blast-wave ... More

Radiation and Ionization Energy Loss Simulation for GDH Sum Rule Experiment in Hall-A at Jefferson LabOct 06 2014Dec 17 2014The radiation and ionization energy loss are presented for single arm Monte Carlo simulation for the GDH sum rule experiment in Hall-A at Jefferson Lab. Radiation and ionization energy loss are discussed for $^{12}C$ elastic scattering simulation. The ... More

An Evidence of Mass Dependent Differential Kinetic Freeze-out Scenario Observed in Pb-Pb Collisions at 2.76 TeVJan 01 2016Jul 07 2016Transverse momentum spectra of different particles produced in mid-rapidity interval in lead-lead (Pb-Pb) collisions with different centrality intervals, measured by the ALICE Collaboration at center-of-mass energy per nucleon pair $\sqrt{s_{NN}}=2.76$ ... More

Magnetism and superconductivity in Sr$_2$VFeAsO$_3$ revealed by $^{75}$As- and $^{51}$V-NMR under elevated pressuresMay 13 2014We report $^{75}$As- and $^{51}$V-nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) measurements on the iron-based superconductor Sr$_2$VFeAsO$_3$ with alternating stacks structure. We find that the $^{75}$As nuclear spin-spin relaxation rate ($1/T_2$) shows a pronounced ... More

Hall effect and magnetoresistance in single crystals of NdFeAsO$_{1-x}$F$_{x}$Jun 10 2008Sep 09 2008Hall effect and magnetoresistance have been measured on single crystals of $NdFeAsO_{1-x}F_{x}$ with x = 0 ($T_c$ = 0 $ $K) and x = 0.18 ($T_c$ = 50 $ $K). For the undoped samples, strong Hall effect and magnetoresistance with strong temperature dependence ... More

Collective vortex pinning and crossover between second order to first order transition in optimally doped Ba1-xKxBiO3 single crystalsJan 05 2017Measurements on magnetization and relaxation have been carried out on an optimally doped Ba$_{0.59}$K$_{0.47}$BiO$_{3+\delta}$ single crystal with $T_c$ = 31.3 K. Detailed analysis is undertaken on the data. Both the dynamical relaxation and conventional ... More

Automatic Article Commenting: the Task and DatasetMay 09 2018May 11 2018Comments of online articles provide extended views and improve user engagement. Automatically making comments thus become a valuable functionality for online forums, intelligent chatbots, etc. This paper proposes the new task of automatic article commenting, ... More

Zero-Energy Modes on Superconducting Bismuth Islands Deposited on Fe(Te,Se)May 14 2019Topological superconductivity is one of the frontier research directions in condensed matter physics. One of the unique elementary excitations in topological superconducting state is the Majorana fermion (mode) which is its own antiparticle and obeys ... More

Overview on the physics and materials of the new superconductor KxFe2-ySe2Sep 26 2012Since the discovery of high temperature superconductivity in iron pnictides in early 2008, many iron-based superconductors with different structures have been discovered, with the highest transition temperature to date being 57 K. By the end of 2010, ... More

Multiple Magnetization Peaks and New Type of Vortex Phase Transitions in Ba0.6K0.4Fe2As2Nov 25 2011Nov 30 2011Magnetization and its relaxation have been measured on Ba0.6K0.4Fe2As2 single crystals with Tc = 39 K. The magnetization hysteresis loops (MHLs) exhibit flux jumps in the low temperature region, and a second peak-effect in the intermediate temperature ... More

Strong coupling superconductivity and prominent superconducting fluctuations in the new superconductor Bi4O4S3Apr 11 2013Sep 16 2013Electric transport and scanning tunneling spectrum (STS) have been investigated on polycrystalline samples of the new superconductor Bi4O4S3. A weak insulating behavior in the resistive curve has been induced in the normal state when the superconductivity ... More

Merging Dirac electrons and correlation effect in the heterostructured Bi2Te3/Fe1+dTeSep 24 2015The topological insulator and strong electronic correlation effect are two important subjects in the frontier studies of modern condensed matter physics. A topological insulator exhibits a unique pair of surface conduction bands with the Dirac dispersion ... More

Behavior of a Magnetic Impurity in Graphene in the Presence of a VacancyDec 06 2011Mar 28 2012With quantum Monte Carlo methods, we investigate the consequences of placing a magnetic adatom adjacent to a vacancy in a graphene sheet. We find that instead of the adatom properties depending on the energy of the adatom orbital, as in a single impurity ... More

Congruences on the Number of Restricted $m$-ary PartitionsDec 17 2015Andrews, Brietzke, R\o dseth and Sellers proved an infinite family of congruences on the number of the restricted $m$-ary partitions when $m$ is a prime. In this note, we show that these congruences hold for arbitrary positive integer $m$ and thus confirm ... More

What and Where: A Context-based Recommendation System for Object InsertionNov 24 2018In this work, we propose a novel topic consisting of two dual tasks: 1) given a scene, recommend objects to insert, 2) given an object category, retrieve suitable background scenes. A bounding box for the inserted object is predicted in both tasks, which ... More

Evolution of citation networks with the hypergraph formalismJun 04 2014In this paper, we proposed an evolving model via the hypergraph to illustrate the evolution of the citation network. In the evolving model, we consider the mechanism combined with preferential attachment and the aging influence. Simulation results show ... More

Sending-or-not twin-field quantum key distribution in practiceJul 25 2018We present results of practical sending-or-not quantum key distribution. In real-life implementations, we need consider the following three requirements, a few different intensities rather than infinite number of different intensities, a phase slice of ... More

Path of Vowel Raising in Chengdu Dialect of MandarinMar 11 2018He and Rao (2013) reported a raising phenomenon of /a/ in /Xan/ (X being a consonant or a vowel) in Chengdu dialect of Mandarin, i.e. /a/ is realized as [epsilon] for young speakers but [ae] for older speakers, but they offered no acoustic analysis. We ... More

Inherent Relation between Nernst Signal and Nodal Quasiparticle Transport in Pseudogap Region of Underdoped High Temperature SuperconductorsOct 01 2004Oct 03 2004In-plane Nernst signal and resistivity have been measured for three $La_{2-x}Sr_xCuO_4$ single crystals (x=0.09, 0.11 and 0.145) with the magnetic field parallel to c-axis. A quadratic temperature dependence of resistivity, i.e., $\rho=\rho_0+aT^2$ is ... More

Revealing A Head-on Major Merger in the Nearby NGC 6338 Group with Chandra and VLA observationsJan 25 2019By analyzing the Chandra archival data of the nearby NGC 6338 galaxy group, we identify two X-ray bright clumps (N-clump and S-clump) within the central 100 kpc, and detect an arc-like X-ray brightness discontinuity at the south boundary of the N-clump, ... More

Adversarial Connective-exploiting Networks for Implicit Discourse Relation ClassificationApr 01 2017Implicit discourse relation classification is of great challenge due to the lack of connectives as strong linguistic cues, which motivates the use of annotated implicit connectives to improve the recognition. We propose a feature imitation framework in ... More

Experimental Demonstration of the Sign Reversal of the Order Parameter in (Li1-xFex)OHFe1-yZnySeApr 20 2017Iron pnictides are the only known family of unconventional high-temperature superconductors besides cuprates. Until recently, it was widely accepted that superconductivity is spin-fluctuation driven and intimately related to their fermiology, specifically, ... More

Doping dependence of the upper critical field in La_{2-x}Sr_xCuO_4 from specific heatMar 05 2008The low-temperature specific heat of La_{2-x}Sr_xCuO_4 (LSCO) single crystals in magnetic field H up to 12 T has been examined over a wide range of doping (0.063=< p =<0.238). From this we have mapped the upper critical field H_{c2} of LSCO across the ... More

Fully gapped superconductivity in In-doped topological crystalline insulator Pb$_{0.5}$Sn$_{0.5}$TeMay 04 2015Superconductors derived from topological insulators and topological crystalline insulators by doping have long been considered to be candidates as topological superconductors. Pb$_{0.5}$Sn$_{0.5}$Te is a topological crystalline insulator with mirror symmetry ... More

Low temperature specific heat of the 12442-type KCa_2Fe_4As_4F_2 single crystalsMar 22 2019Low-temperature specific heat (SH) is measured on the 12442-type KCa_2Fe_4As_4F_2 single crystal under different magnetic fields. A clear SH jump with the height \Delta C/T|_{T_c} = 130 mJ/mol K^2 was observed at the superconducting transition temperature ... More

Reversible magnetization and critical fluctuations in systematically doped YBa$_2$Cu$_3$O$_{7-δ}$ single crystalsMar 29 2006Apr 03 2006The temperature and field dependence of reversible magnetization have been measured on a YBa$_2$Cu$_3$O$_{7-\delta}$ single crystal at six different doping concentrations. It is found that the data above 2 T can be described by the scaling law based on ... More

Visualizing the periodic modulation of Cooper pairing in a severely underdoped cuprateMay 07 2019A major obstacle in understanding the mechanism of Cooper pairing in the cuprates is the existence of various intertwined orders associated with spin, charge, and Cooper pairs. Of particular importance is the ubiquitous charge order features that have ... More

Visualization of unidirectional optical waveguide using topological photonic crystals made of dielectric materialOct 25 2016The introduction of topology unravels a new chapter of physics. Topological systems provide unique edge/interfacial quantum states which are expected to contribute to the development of novel spintronics and open the door to robust quantum computation. ... More

Analysis of digital timing methods with DRS4 moduleJun 05 2015Oct 16 2015A new Digital Pulse Processing (DPP) module has been developed, based on a domino ring sampler version 4 chip (DRS4), with good time resolution for LaBr3 detectors, and different digital timing analysis methods for processing the raw detector signals ... More

Low Temperature Specific Heat of Optimally Doped BaFe$_{2-x}$$TM_x$As$_{2}$ ($TM$ = Co and Ni) Single Crystals: Constraint on the Pairing GapJun 14 2010Low temperature specific heat has been measured in optimally doped and highly overdoped non-superconducting BaFe$_{2-x}$TM$_x$As$_{2}$ ($TM$ = Co and Ni) single crystals. By using the data of the overdoped samples, we successfully removed the phonon contribution ... More

Anomalous Meissner effect in pnictide superconductorsOct 22 2010The Meissner effect has been studied in Ba(Fe0.926Co0.074)2As2 and Ba0.6K0.4Fe2As2 single crystals and compared to well known, type-II superconductors LuNi2B2C and V3Si. Whereas flux penetration is mostly determined by the bulk pinning (and, perhaps, ... More

Linear Temperature Dependence of the Lower Critical Field $H_{c1}$ in F-Doped LaOFeAs SuperconductorsApr 10 2008We present the first experimental results of the lower critical field $H_{c1}$ of the newly discovered F-doped superconductor LaO$_{0.9}$F$_{0.1}$FeAs (F-LaOFeAs) by global and local magnetization measurements. It is found that $H_{c1}$ showed an clear ... More

Physical properties of noncentrosymmetric superconductor Ru$_7$B$_3$Nov 14 2008Nov 17 2008Transition metal boride Ru$_7$B$_3$ was found to be a noncentrosymmetric superconductor with $T_{C}$ equal to 3.3 K. Superconducting and normal state properties of Ru$_7$B$_3$ were determined by a self-consistent analysis through resistivity($\rho_{xx}$ ... More

Deep Online Video StabilizationFeb 22 2018Video stabilization technique is essential for most hand-held captured videos due to high-frequency shakes. Several 2D-, 2.5D- and 3D-based stabilization techniques are well studied, but to our knowledge, no solutions based on deep neural networks had ... More

Critical Fields and Anisotropy of NdO0.82F0.18FeAs Single CrystalsJun 03 2008The newly discovered iron-based superconductors have stimulated enormous interests in the field of superconductivity. Since the new superconductor is a layered system, the anisotropy is a parameter with the first priority to know. Meanwhile any relevant ... More

Quantum Coherence in a Quantum Heat EngineJan 07 2019Jan 29 2019We identify that quantum coherence is a valuable resource in the quantum heat engine, which is designed in a quantum thermodynamic cycle assisted by a quantum Maxwell's demon. This demon is in a superposed state. The quantum work and heat are redefined ... More

Effects of P, As, and Sb heavy doping on band gap narrowing of germanium as light-emitting materialsJun 13 2017The n-type tensile-strained Ge can be used as high-efficient light-emitting materials. To reveal the influence of n-type doping on the electronic structure of Ge, we have computed the electronic structure of P, As and Sb doped Ge using first-principles ... More

Learning Intrinsic Sparse Structures within Long Short-Term MemorySep 15 2017Feb 11 2018Model compression is significant for the wide adoption of Recurrent Neural Networks (RNNs) in both user devices possessing limited resources and business clusters requiring quick responses to large-scale service requests. This work aims to learn structurally-sparse ... More

Protonation induced high-Tc phases in iron-based superconductors evidenced by NMR and magnetization measurementsDec 04 2017Feb 04 2018Chemical substitution during growth is a well-established method to manipulate electronic states of quantum materials, and leads to rich spectra of phase diagrams in cuprate and iron-based superconductors. Here we report a novel and generic strategy to ... More

Raman scattering in superconducting NdO1-xFxBiS2 crystalsJan 19 2015Jan 20 2015The recently discovered layered BiS2-based superconductors have attracted a great deal of interest due to their structural similarity to cuprate and iron-pnictide superconductors. We have performed Raman scattering measurements on two superconducting ... More

Highly-efficient spintronic terahertz emitter enabled by metal-dielectric photonic crystalJul 09 2018Spintronic terahertz (THz) emitter provides the advantages such as apparently broader spectrum, significantly lower cost, and more flexibility in compared with the commercial THz emitters, and thus attracts great interests recently. In past few years, ... More

Pulsations of the SX Phe Star BL CamelopardalisApr 29 2019We carried out photometric observations of the SX Phe star BL Cam in 2014, 2017 and 2018 using Nanshan 1-m telescope. In addition to the dominated frequency of 25.5790(3) cd$^{-1}$ and its two harmonics, an independent frequency of 25.247 (2) cd$^{-1}$, ... More

Insights into the Unusual Semiconducting Behavior in Low-Dimensional BoronOct 31 2018Elementary semiconductors are rare and attractive, especially for low-dimensional materials. Unfortunately, most of boron nanostructures were found to be metallic, despite of their typical semiconducting bulk structure. Herein, we propose a general recipe ... More

The Online Data Quality Monitoring System at BESIIISep 15 2011The online Data Quality Monitoring (DQM) plays an important role in the data taking process of HEP experiments. BESIII DQM samples data from online data flow, reconstructs them with offline reconstruction software, and automatically analyzes the reconstructed ... More

Exactly pairing two-dimensional charged particles using a magnetic fieldJun 30 2004Jul 03 2004It is demonstrated that a uniform magnetic field can exactly pair the two-dimensional (2D) charged particles only for some quantized magnetic intensity values. For the particle-pair consisting of two like charges the Landau level of the center-of-mass ... More

Two energy scales and close relationship between the pseudogap and superconductivity in underdoped cuprate superconductorsAug 29 2007Sep 29 2007By measuring the low temperature specific heat, the low energy quasi-particle excitation has been derived and analyzed in systematically doped La$_{2-x}$Sr$_{x}$CuO$_{4}$ single crystals. The Volovik's relation predicted for a d-wave superconductor has ... More

Multi-band effect in the noncentrosymmetric superconductors Mg_{12-δ}Ir_{19}B_{16} revealed by Hall effect and magnetoresistance measurementsJun 09 2010We report the longitudinal resistivity and Hall effect measurements on the noncentrosymmetric superconducting Mg$_{12-\delta}$Ir$_{19}$B$_{16}$ samples with different critical transition temperatures. A strong temperature dependence of the Hall coefficient ... More

Application of Origen2.1 in the decay photon spectrum calculation of spallation productsJun 28 2016Origen2.1 is a widely used computer code for calculating the burnup, decay, and processing of radioactive materials. However, the nuclide library of Origen2.1 is used for existing reactors like pressurized water reactor, to calculate the photon spectrum ... More

Modeling Three-dimensional Invasive Solid Tumor Growth in Heterogeneous Microenvironment under ChemotherapyMar 08 2018A systematic understanding of the evolution and growth dynamics of invasive solid tumors in response to different chemotherapy strategies is crucial for the development of individually optimized oncotherapy. Here, we develop a hybrid three-dimensional ... More

Fully Band Resolved Scattering Rate in MgB2 Revealed by Nonlinear Hall Effect and Magnetoresistance MeasurementsFeb 23 2008Aug 13 2008We have measured the normal state temperature dependence of the Hall effect and magnetoresistance in epitaxial MgB2 thin films with variable disorders characterized by the residual resistance ratio RRR ranging from 4.0 to 33.3. A strong nonlinearity of ... More

Suppression of the critical temperature of superconducting NdFeAs(OF) single crystals by Kondo-like defect sites induced by alpha-particle irradiationOct 27 2009We report a comprehensive investigation of the suppression of the critical temperature Tc of NdFeAs(OF) single crystal by alpha-particle irradiation. Our data indicate that irradiation defects produce both nonmagnetic and magnetic scattering, resulting ... More

Pseudogap, Superconducting Gap, and Fermi Arcs in Underdoped Cuprate SuperconductorsFeb 16 2005Through the measurements of magnetic field dependence of specific heat in $La_{2-x}Sr_xCuO_4$ in zero temperature limit, we find that the nodal slope $v_\Delta$ of the superconducting gap has a very similar doping dependence of the pseudogap temperature ... More

Pseudogap, Superconducting Energy Scale, and Fermi Arcs in Underdoped Cuprate SuperconductorsAug 22 2005Through the measurements of magnetic field dependence of specific heat in $La_{2-x}Sr_xCuO_4$ in zero temperature limit, we determined the nodal slope $v_\Delta$ of the quasiparticle gap. It is found that $v_\Delta$ has a very similar doping dependence ... More

A Field-directional Specific Heat Study on the Gap Structure of Overdoped Ba(Fe$_{1-x}$Co$_{x}$)$_{2}$As$_{2}$Oct 15 2011Apr 25 2013Low-temperature specific heat is measured on the overdoped Ba(Fe_{1-x}Co_x)_2As_2 (x = 0.13) single crystal under magnetic fields along three different directions. A clear anisotropy is observed on the field dependent electronic specific heat coefficient ... More

A tunable hybrid qubit in a triple quantum dotJun 12 2017We experimentally demonstrate quantum coherent dynamics of a triple-dot-based multi-electron hybrid qubit. Pulsed experiments show that this system can be conveniently initialized, controlled, and measured electrically, and has good coherence time as ... More

Role of multiband effects and electron-hole asymmetry in the superconductivity and normal state properties of Ba(Fe$_{1-x}$Co$_{x}$)$_{2}$As$_{2}$Mar 13 2009Oct 17 2009We report a systematic investigation, together with a theoretical analysis, of the resistivity and Hall effect in single crystals of Ba(Fe$_{1-x}$Co$_{x}$)$_{2}$As$_{2}$, over a wide doping range. We find a surprisingly great disparity between the relaxation ... More

Competition between superconductivity and magnetic/nematic order as a source of anisotropic superconducting gap in underdoped Ba$_{1-x}$K$_{x}$Fe$_{2}$As$_{2}$Jun 09 2014The in-plane London penetration depth, $\Delta\lambda(T)$, was measured using a tunnel diode resonator technique in single crystals of Ba$_{1-x}$K$_{x}$Fe$_{2}$As$_{2}$ with doping levels $x$ ranging from heavily underdoped, $x$=0.16 ($T_{c}$=7~K) to ... More

Direct visualization of sign reversal s^+- superconducting gaps in FeTe0.55Se0.45Oct 15 2018In many unconventional superconductors, the pairing of electrons is driven by the repulsive interaction, which leads to the sign reversal of superconducting gaps along the Fermi surfaces (FS) or between them. However, to measure this sign change is not ... More

Science with TianQin: Preliminary Results on Massive Black Hole BinariesFeb 12 2019We investigate the prospects of detecting gravitational waves from coalescing massive black hole binaries in the Universe with the TianQin observatory, a space-based gravitational wave interferometer proposed to be launched in the 2030s. To frame the ... More

Drive the Dirac Electrons into Cooper Pairs in SrxBi2Se3Apr 27 2016Topological superconductor is a very interesting and frontier topic in condensed matter physics1. Despite the tremendous efforts in exploring the topological superconductivity, its presence is however still under heavy debates. The Dirac electrons are ... More

Gap Anisotropy in Iron-Based Superconductors: A Point-Contact Andreev Reflection Study of BaFe$_{2-x}$Ni$_{x}$As$_2$ Single CrystalsJun 15 2011Nov 11 2011We report a systematic investigation on c-axis point-contact Andreev reflection (PCAR) in BaFe$_{2-x}$Ni$_x$As$_2$ superconducting single crystals from underdoped to overdoped regions (0.075 $\leq x\leq 0.15$). At optimal doping ($x=0.1$) the PCAR spectrum ... More

GRB Spectra in the complex of synchrotron and Compton processesJan 21 2015Under the steady state condition, the spectrum of electrons is investigated by solving the continuity equation under the complex radiation of both the synchrotron and Compton processes. The resulted GRB spectrum is a broken power law in both the fast ... More

Directly visualizing the sign change of d-wave superconducting gap in Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8+δ by phase-referenced quasiparticle interferenceAug 19 2018The superconducting state is achieved by the condensation of Cooper pairs and is protected by the superconducting gap. The pairing interaction between the two electrons of a Cooper pair determines the superconducting gap function. Thus, it is very pivotal ... More

Power Law Like Correlation between Condensation Energy and Superconducting Transition Temperatures in Iron Pnictide/Chalcogenide Superconductors: Beyond the BCS UnderstandingFeb 27 2014Superconducting condensation energy $U_0^{int}$ has been determined by integrating the electronic entropy in various iron pnictide/chalcogenide superconducting systems. It is found that $U_0^{int}\propto T_c^n$ with $n$ = 3 to 4, which is in sharp contrast ... More

Pose2Seg: Detection Free Human Instance SegmentationMar 28 2018Apr 08 2019The standard approach to image instance segmentation is to perform the object detection first, and then segment the object from the detection bounding-box. More recently, deep learning methods like Mask R-CNN perform them jointly. However, little research ... More