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Power of photonic states: from quantum computation to cosmologyJul 04 2016Feb 06 2017This thesis is an exploration of the power of photonic resources, as viewed from several different but related perspectives. They range from quantum computation, precision parameter estimation to the thermodynamics of relativistic quantum systems, as ... More

Power of photonic states: from quantum computation to cosmologyJul 04 2016This thesis is an exploration of the power of photonic resources, as viewed from several different but related perspectives. They range from quantum computation, precision parameter estimation to the thermodynamics of relativistic quantum systems, as ... More

Quantum machine learning for quantum anomaly detectionOct 20 2017Anomaly detection is used for identifying data that deviate from `normal' data patterns. Its usage on classical data finds diverse applications in many important areas like fraud detection, medical diagnoses, data cleaning and surveillance. With the advent ... More

Vulnerability of quantum classification to adversarial perturbationsMay 10 2019High-dimensional quantum systems are vital for quantum technologies and are essential in demonstrating practical quantum advantage in quantum computing, simulation and sensing. Since dimensionality grows exponentially with the number of qubits, the potential ... More

Quantum-enhanced multi-parameter estimation for unitary photonic systemsDec 12 2016Jun 19 2017Precise device characterization is a fundamental requirement for a large range of applications using photonic hardware, and constitutes a multi-parameter estimation problem. Estimates based on measurements using single photons or classical light have ... More

Revisiting constraints on uplifts to de Sitter vacuaJul 05 2016We revisit the issue of uplifting the potential to de Sitter (dS) vacua in type IIB flux compactifications of Kachru, Kallosh, Linde and Trivedi (KKLT). We shed light on some tension between two constraints on dS vacua in type IIB string theory. One is ... More

Deconfinement Phase Transition Heating and Thermal Evolution of Neutron StarsNov 03 2007Nov 08 2007The deconfinement phase transition will lead to the release of latent heat during spins down of neutron stars if the transition is the first-order one.We have investigated the thermal evolution of neutron stars undergoing such deconfinement phase transition. ... More

Hierarchical Spatial-aware Siamese Network for Thermal Infrared Object TrackingNov 27 2017Nov 27 2018Most thermal infrared (TIR) tracking methods are discriminative, treating the tracking problem as a classification task. However, the objective of the classifier (label prediction) is not coupled to the objective of the tracker (location estimation). ... More

Continuous variable qumodes as non-destructive probes of quantum systemsJul 13 2017With the rise of quantum technologies, it is necessary to have practical and preferably non-destructive methods to measure and read-out from such devices. A current line of research towards this has focussed on the use of ancilla systems which couple ... More

An Astronomical Evidence of Existence of Quark Matter and the Prediction for Submillisecond PulsarsOct 19 2003We derive the bulk viscous time scale of neutron stars with quark matter core, i.e. hybrid stars. The r-mode instability windows of the stars show the theoretical result accords with the rapid rotation pulsar data. The fit gives a strong indication for ... More

Structural Correspondence Learning for Cross-lingual Sentiment Classification with One-to-many MappingsNov 26 2016Structural correspondence learning (SCL) is an effective method for cross-lingual sentiment classification. This approach uses unlabeled documents along with a word translation oracle to automatically induce task specific, cross-lingual correspondences. ... More

A General FOFE-net Framework for Simple and Effective Question Answering over Knowledge BasesMar 29 2019Question answering over knowledge base (KB-QA) has recently become a popular research topic in NLP. One popular way to solve the KB-QA problem is to make use of a pipeline of several NLP modules, including entity discovery and linking (EDL) and relation ... More

AF-DCGAN: Amplitude Feature Deep Convolutional GAN for Fingerprint Construction in Indoor Localization SystemApr 15 2018Wi-Fi positioning is currently the mainstream indoor positioning method, and the construction of fingerprint database is crucial to Wi-Fi based localization system. However, the accuracy requirement needs to sample enough data at many reference points, ... More

Learning Deep Multi-Level Similarity for Thermal Infrared Object TrackingJun 09 2019Existing deep Thermal InfraRed (TIR) trackers only use semantic features to describe the TIR object, which lack the sufficient discriminative capacity for handling distractors. This becomes worse when the feature extraction network is only trained on ... More

Method to reduce excess noise of a detuned cavity for application in KAGRAFeb 18 2014Ground-based gravitational-wave detectors are based on high precision laser interferometry. One promising technique to improve the detector's sensitivity is the detuning of an optical cavity, which enhances the signal at around certain frequencies for ... More

Sharp estimates for operators with positive Bergman kernel in Homogeneous Siegel domains of CnMar 21 2018We obtain necessary and sufficient conditions for the $L^p$-boundedness of the operator with positive Bergman kernel in some homogeneous Siegel domains of Cn. The key tool used here is the Okikiolu test, which finally leads to better result than the Schur ... More

Quantum thermodynamics for a model of an expanding universeSep 18 2014Jan 12 2016We investigate the thermodynamical properties of quantum fields in curved spacetime. Our approach is to consider quantum fields in curved spacetime as a quantum system undergoing an out-of-equilibrium transformation. The non-equilibrium features are studied ... More

Implication of Existence of Hybrid stars and Theoretical Expectation of Submillisecond PulsarsSep 01 2006Jan 08 2008We derive the bulk viscous damping timescale of hybrid stars, neutron stars with quark matter core. The r-mode instability windows of the stars show that the theoretical results are consistent with the rapid rotation pulsar data, which may give an indication ... More

A classical-quantum hybrid oracle architecture for Boolean oracle identification in the noisy intermediate-scale quantum eraMay 14 2019Quantum algorithms have the potential to be very powerful. However, to exploit quantum parallelism, some quantum algorithms require an embedding of large classical data into quantum states. This embedding can cost a lot of resources, for instance by implementing ... More

Client-friendly continuous-variable blind and verifiable quantum computingJun 24 2018We present a verifiable and blind protocol for assisted universal quantum computing on continuous-variable (CV) platforms. This protocol is highly experimentally-friendly to the client, as it only requires Gaussian-operation capabilities from the latter. ... More

The power of one qumode for quantum computationOct 16 2015May 03 2016Although quantum computers are capable of solving problems like factoring exponentially faster than the best-known classical algorithms, determining the resources responsible for their computational power remains unclear. An important class of problems ... More

Pressure enhanced interplay among lattice, spin and charge in La2FeMnO6 mixed perovskiteMay 04 2019Spin crossover plays a central role in the structural instability, net magnetic moment modification, metallization, and even in superconductivity in corresponding materials. Most reports on the pressure-induced spin crossover with a large volume collapse ... More

Representation of asymptotic values for nonexpansive stochastic control systemsAug 08 2017In ergodic stochastic problems the limit of the value function $V_\lambda$ of the associated discounted cost functional with infinite time horizon is studied, when the discounted factor $\lambda$ tends to zero. These problems have been well studied in ... More

Neighborhood selection with application to social networksNov 16 2017Aug 24 2018The topic of this paper is modeling and analyzing dependence in stochastic social networks. Using a latent variable block model allows the analysis of dependence between blocks via the analysis of a latent graphical model. Our approach to the analysis ... More

Spectral conditions for strong local nondeterminism and exact Hausdorff measure of ranges of Gaussian random fieldsSep 09 2011Let $X= \{X(t), t \in \R^N\}$ be a Gaussian random field with values in $\R^d$ defined by \[ X(t) = \big(X_1(t),..., X_d(t)\big),\qquad t \in \R^N, \] where $X_1, ..., X_d$ are independent copies of a real-valued, centered, anisotropic Gaussian random ... More

A note on the scaling limits of contour functions of Galton-Watson treesMay 07 2013Recently, Abraham and Delmas constructed the distributions of super-critical L\'evy trees truncated at a fixed height by connecting super-critical L\'evy trees to (sub)critical L\'evy trees via a martingale transformation. A similar relationship also ... More

Mobile Multimedia Recommendation in Smart Communities: A SurveyDec 23 2013Due to the rapid growth of internet broadband access and proliferation of modern mobile devices, various types of multimedia (e.g. text, images, audios and videos) have become ubiquitously available anytime. Mobile device users usually store and use multimedia ... More

Region-filtering Correlation TrackingMar 23 2018Recently, correlation filters have demonstrated the excellent performance in visual tracking. However, the base training sample region is larger than the object region,including the Interference Region(IR). The IRs in training samples from cyclic shifts ... More

Probe into the interior of compact starsSep 28 2007Apr 22 2008The interior of neutron stars contains nuclear matter at very high density for numerous subatomic particles compete with each other. Therefore, confirming the components and properties there is our significant task. Here we summarize the possible methods ... More

Observational constraints on quark matter in neutron starsSep 23 2006Jan 08 2008We estimate the constraints of observational mass and redshift on the properties of equations of state for quarks in the compact stars. We discuss two scenarios: strange stars and hybrid stars. We construct the equations of state utilizing MIT bag model ... More

Clustering Residential Electricity Load Curves via Community Detection in NetworkNov 26 2018Performing analytic of household load curves (LCs) has significant value in predicting individual electricity consumption patterns, and hence facilitate developing demand-response strategy, and finally achieve energy efficiency improvement and emission ... More

Generalized entanglement entropy and holographyJul 02 2015In this work, we first introduce a generalized von Neumann entropy that depends only on the density matrix. This is based on a previous proposal by one of us modifying the Shannon entropy by considering non-equilibrium systems on stationary states, and ... More

Toeplitz and Hankel operators from Bergman to analytic Besov spaces of tube domains over symmetric conesAug 24 2015We characterize bounded Toeplitz and Hankel operators from weighted Bergman spaces to weighted Besov spaces in tube domains over symmetric cones. We deduce weak factorization results for some Bergman spaces of this setting.

Carleson embeddings and two operators on Bergman spaces of tube domains over symmetric conesAug 13 2014Aug 21 2014We prove Carleson embeddings for Bergman spaces of tube domains over symmetric cones, we apply them to characterize symbols of bounded Ces\`aro-type operators from weighted Bergman spaces to weighted Besov spaces. We also obtain Schatten class criteria ... More

Bergman-Lorentz spaces on tube domains over symmetric conesMar 22 2017We study Bergman-Lorentz spaces on tube domains over symmetric cones, i.e. spaces of holomorphic functions which belong to Lorentz spaces $L(p, q).$ We establish boundedness and surjectivity of Bergman projectors from Lorentz spaces to the corresponding ... More

Off-diagonal estimates of some Bergman-type operators on tube domains over symmetric conesSep 12 2017We obtain some necessary and sufficient conditions for the boundedness of a family of positive operators defined on symmetric cones, we then deduce off-diagonal boundedness of associated Bergman-type operators in tube domains over symmetric cones.

Evidence for pressure-induced node-pair annihilation in Cd3As2Dec 18 2016As an intermediate state in the topological phase diagram, Dirac semimetals are of particular interest as a platform for studying topological phase transitions under external modulations. Despite a growing theoretical interest in this topic, it remains ... More

1122 Hz rotation of XTE J1739-285 as a probe of quark matter in the interior of the neutron starDec 28 2007Nov 19 2008The recent discovery of burst oscillation at 1122Hz in the X-ray transient XTE J1739-285 supports the suggestion that it contains a submillisecond pulsar. In our estimations of the enormous dissipation effect in the transition boundary layer between quark ... More

Generalised asymptotic equivalence for extensive and non-extensive entropiesApr 16 2019We extend the Hanel and Thurner asymptotic analysis to both extensive and non-extensive entropies on the basis of a wide class of entropic forms. The procedure is known to be capable to classify multiple entropy measures in terms of their defining equivalence ... More

Comments on "The Coronal Heating Paradox" by M.J. Aschwanden, A. Winebarger, D. Tsiklauri and H. Peter [2007, Astrophys J., 659, 1673]Sep 11 2007We point out the priority of our paper (Mahajan et al. 2001, Phys. Plasmas, 8, 1340) over (Aschwanden et al. 2007, Astrophys J., 659, 1673) in introducing the term "Formation and primary heating of the solar corona" working out explicit models (theory ... More

Interior matter estimates of the X-ray pulsar in SAX J1808.4-3658 from mass-radius and rotation measurementsJan 27 2008To constrain the equation of state of super-nuclear density matter and probe the interior composition of the X-ray pulsar in SAX J1808.4-3658. In our estimation, we consider both its persistent 2.49 ms X-ray pulsations discovered by Wijnands and van der ... More

Bulk viscosity of Mixed nucleon-hyperon-quark Matter in Neutron starsJul 04 2006Jan 08 2008We calculate the coefficient of bulk viscosity by considering the non-leptonic weak interactions in the cores of hybrid stars with both hyperons and quarks. We first determine the dependence of the production rate of neutrons on the reaction rate of quarks ... More

Generalized Skyrme model with the loosely bound potentialSep 06 2016We study a generalization of the loosely bound Skyrme model which consists of the Skyrme model with a sixth-order derivative term and the second-order loosely bound potential. We use the rational map approximation for the 4-Skyrmion and calculate the ... More

Wave Localization and Density Bunching in Pair Ion PlasmasOct 11 2008By investigating the nonlinear propagation of high intensity electromagnetic (EM) waves in a pair ion plasma, whose symmetry is broken via contamination by a small fraction of high mass immobile ions, it is shown that this new and interesting state of ... More

Impacts of Japan's Automobile NOx Law of 1992May 11 2019This study investigates the impacts of the Automobile NOx Law of 1992 on four pollutants in Japan. By utilizing monitoring data between 1897 and 1997, we found that the regulation decreased the level of SO2 by approximately 12.4%. The improving effects ... More

Computation and Visualisation for large-scale Gaussian updatesJun 19 2014In geostatistics, and also in other applications in science and engineering, we are now performing updates on Gaussian process models with many thousands or even millions of components. These large-scale inferences involve computational challenges, because ... More

Effect of Coulomb energy on SkyrmionsJan 17 2019The Coulomb effect, an essential ingredient in nuclear systems, is quantitatively investigated for certain Skyrmions within the Skyrme model. To do this we calculate the Coulomb energy from numerically generated multi-Skyrmions and, simultaneously, introduce ... More

Heterotic Mini-landscape in blow-upFeb 08 2013Localization properties of fields in compact extra dimensions are crucial ingredients for string model building, particularly in the framework of orbifold compactifications. Realistic models often require a slight deviation from the orbifold point, that ... More

The structures and decompositions of symmetries involving idempotentsMar 05 2019Let $\mathcal{H}$ be a separable Hilbert space and $P$ be an idempotent on $\mathcal{H}.$ We denote by $$\Gamma_{P}=\{J: J=J^{\ast}=J^{-1} \hbox{ }\hbox{ and }\hbox{ } JPJ=I-P\}$$ and $$\Delta_{P}=\{J: J=J^{\ast}=J^{-1} \hbox{ }\hbox{ and }\hbox{ } JPJ=I-P^*\}.$$ ... More

Generalized Skyrme model with the loosely bound potentialSep 06 2016Dec 02 2016We study a generalization of the loosely bound Skyrme model which consists of the Skyrme model with a sixth-order derivative term - motivated by its fluid-like properties - and the second-order loosely bound potential - motivated by lowering the classical ... More

A study of Quantum Correlations in Open Quantum SystemsJun 09 2010Dec 02 2011In this work, we study quantum correlations in mixed states. The states studied are modeled by a two-qubit system interacting with its environment via a quantum non demolition (purely dephasing) as well as dissipative type of interaction. The entanglement ... More

A toolkit for twisted chiral superfieldsAug 16 2019We calculate the most general terms for arbitrary Lagrangians of twisted chiral superfields in 2D (2,2) supersymmetric theories [1]. The scalar and fermion kinetic terms and interactions are given explicitly. We define a set of twisted superspace coordinates, ... More

Atomic decomposition and interpolation via the complex method for mixed norm Bergman spaces on tube domains over symmetric conesMar 22 2017Starting from an adapted Whitney decomposition of tube domains in $\C^n$ over irreducible symmetric cones of $\R^n,$ we prove an atomic decomposition theorem in mixed norm weighted Bergman spaces on these domains. We also characterize the interpolation ... More

Lebesgue mixed norm estimates for Bergman projectors: from tube domains over homogeneous cones to homogeneous Siegel domains of type IIMar 22 2017We present a transference principle of Lebesgue mixed norm estimates for Bergman projectors from tube domains over homogeneous cones to homogeneous Siegel domains of type II associated to the same cones. This principle implies improvements of these estimates ... More

A stochastic asymptotic-preserving scheme for the bipolar semiconductor Boltzmann-Poisson system with random inputs and diffusive scalingsFeb 26 2018Jul 16 2018In this paper, we study the bipolar Boltzmann-Poisson model, both for the deterministic system and the system with uncertainties, with asymptotic behavior leading to the drift diffusion-Poisson system as the Knudsen number goes to zero. The random inputs ... More

A Phase Field Crystal Model of Phase and Microstructural Stability in Driven Nanocrystalline SystemsOct 03 2012We present a phase field crystal model for driven systems which describes competing effects between thermally activated diffusional processes and those driven by externally imposed ballistic events. The model demonstrates how the mesoscopic Enrique and ... More

Stationary mass distribution and nonlocality in models of coalescence and shatteringOct 05 2017Feb 21 2018We study the asymptotic properties of the steady state mass distribution for a class of collision kernels in an aggregation-shattering model in the limit of small shattering probabilities. It is shown that the exponents characterizing the large and small ... More

Quantum associative memory with linear and non-linear algorithms for the diagnosis of some tropical diseasesOct 08 2016In this paper we present a model of Quantum Associative Memory (QAM) which can be a helpful tool for physicians without experience or laboratory facilities, for the diagnosis of four tropical diseases (malaria, typhoid fever, yellow fever and dengue) ... More

Self-consistent modeling of anisotropic interfaces and missing orientations: Derivation from phase-field crystalMar 04 2018Highly anisotropic interfaces play an important role in the development of material microstructure. Using the diffusive atomistic phase-field crystal (PFC) formalism, we determine the capability of the model to quantitatively describe these interfaces. ... More

Improved cosmological constraints on the curvature and equation of state of dark energyMay 24 2010Jun 22 2010We apply the Constitution compilation of 397 supernova Ia, the baryon acoustic oscillation measurements including the $A$ parameter, the distance ratio and the radial data, the five-year Wilkinson microwave anisotropy probe and the Hubble parameter data ... More

Elastic Waves Scattering without Conversion in Metamaterials with Simultaneous Zero Indices for Longitudinal and Transverse wavesMar 08 2015Sep 28 2015We theoretically investigate elastic waves propagating in metamaterials with simultaneous zero indices for both the longitudinal and transverse waves. With scattering objects (here cylinders) present in the metamaterials slabs, while the elastic waves ... More

Exploiting Unlabeled Data for Neural Grammatical Error DetectionNov 28 2016Nov 29 2016Identifying and correcting grammatical errors in the text written by non-native writers has received increasing attention in recent years. Although a number of annotated corpora have been established to facilitate data-driven grammatical error detection ... More

Non-Parametric Variational Inference with Graph Convolutional Networks for Gaussian ProcessesSep 08 2018Inference for GP models with non-Gaussian noises is computationally expensive when dealing with large datasets. Many recent inference methods approximate the posterior distribution with a simpler distribution defined on a small number of inducing points. ... More

Lending Orientation to Neural Networks for Cross-view Geo-localizationMar 29 2019This paper studies image-based geo-localization (IBL) problem using ground-to-aerial cross-view matching. The goal is to predict the spatial location of a ground-level query image by matching it to a large geotagged aerial image database (e.g., satellite ... More

Letter: Modified normalized Rortex/vortex identification methodMay 08 2019In this paper, a modified normalized Rortex/vortex identification method named Omega_R is presented to improve the original Omega_R method and cure the bulging phenomenon on the iso-surfaces caused by the original Omega_R method. Detailed mathematical ... More

Twisted exponential sums of polynomials in one variableDec 10 2009The twisted $T$-adic exponential sum associated to a polynomial in one variable is studied. An explicit arithmetic polygon in terms of the highest two exponents of the polynomial is proved to be a lower bound of the Newton polygon of the $C$-function ... More

The multiplier and cohomology of Lie superalgebrasNov 01 2018In this paper, all (super)algebras are over a field $\mathbb{F}$ of characteristic different from $2, 3$. We construct the so-called 5-sequences of cohomology for central extensions of a Lie superalgebra and prove that they are exact. Then we prove that ... More

Concise Quantum Associative Memories with Nonlinear Search AlgorithmNov 30 2012Oct 05 2015The model of quantum associative memories (QAM) we propose here consists in simplifying and generalizing that of Rigui Zhou \etal \cite{zhou2012} who uses the quantum matrix with binary decision diagram and nonlinear search algorithm in his model. It ... More

Magneto-Fluid Coupling - Eruptive Events in the Solar CoronaApr 09 2001By modelling the coronal structures by "slowly" evolving Double-Beltrami two-fluid equilibria (created by the interaction of the magnetic and velocity fields), the conditions for catastrophic transformations of the original state are derived. It is shown ... More

Newton-like equations for a radiating particleSep 12 2013Second order Newton equations of motion for a radiating particle are presented. It is argued that the trajectories obeying them also satisfy the Abraham-Lorentz-Dirac (ALD) equations for general 3D motions in the non-relativistic and relativistic limits. ... More

Justifying the Adoption and Relevance of Inflation Targeting Framework: A Time-Varying Evidence from GhanaMay 29 2018This paper scrutinizes the rationale for the adoption of inflation targeting (IT) by Bank of Ghana in 2002. In this case, we determine the stability or otherwise of the relationship between money supply and inflation in Ghana over the period 1970M1-2016M3 ... More

Quantum associative memory with linear and non-linear algorithms for the diagnosis of some tropical diseasesOct 08 2016May 17 2017This paper presents the QAMDiagnos, a model of Quantum Associative Memory (QAM) that can be a helpful tool for medical staff without experience or laboratory facilities, for the diagnosis of four tropical diseases (malaria, typhoid fever, yellow fever ... More

Constraining the interacting dark energy models from weak gravity conjecture and recent observationsAug 20 2010Nov 15 2010We examine the effectiveness of the weak gravity conjecture in constraining the dark energy by comparing with observations. For general dark energy models with plausible phenomenological interactions between dark sectors, we find that although the weak ... More

Quantum associative memory for the diagnosis of some tropical diseasesAug 30 2013In this paper we present a model of Quantum Associative Memory which can be a helpful tool for physicians without experience or laboratory facilities, for the diagnosis of four tropical diseases (malaria, typhoid fever, yellow fever and dengue) which ... More

Complex order-parameter phase-field models derived from structural phase-field-crystal modelsJul 09 2013The phase-field-crystal (PFC) modeling paradigm is rapidly emerging as the model of choice when investigating materials phenomena with atomistic scale effects over diffusive time scales. Recent variants of the PFC model, so-called structural PFC (XPFC) ... More

Mirror quintic vacua: hierarchies and inflationMay 12 2016We study the moduli space of type IIB string theory flux compactifications on the mirror of the CY quintic 3-fold in P4. We focus on the dynamics of the four dimensional moduli space, defined by the axio-dilaton {\tau} and the complex structure modulus ... More

EasiCSDeep: A deep learning model for Cervical Spondylosis Identification using surface electromyography signalDec 12 2018Cervical spondylosis (CS) is a common chronic disease that affects up to two-thirds of the population and poses a serious burden on individuals and society. The early identification has significant value in improving cure rate and reducing costs. However, ... More

Thermodynamics of non-Markovian reservoirs and heat enginesJan 02 2018Jun 05 2018We show that non-Markovian effects of the reservoirs can be used as a resource to extract work from an Otto cycle. The state transformation under non-Markovian dynamics is achieved via a two-step process, namely an isothermal process using a Markovian ... More

GARCH-extended models: theoretical properties and applicationsJul 25 2013This paper is concerned with some properties of the generalized GARCH models, obtained by extending GARCH models with exogenous variables, the so-called GARCH extended (GARCHX) models. For these, we establish sufficient conditions for some properties ... More

Robustness of continuous-variable entanglement via geometrical nonlinearityMay 18 2014Sep 01 2014We propose a scheme to generate robust stationary continuous-variable entanglement in optomechanical systems, based on geometrical nonlinearity that occurs for large mechanical displacements. Such nonlinearity is often used to correct the dynamics of ... More

Distant entanglement enhanced in $\mathcal{PT}$-symmetric optomechanicsJun 04 2017Sep 30 2017We study steady-state continuous variable entanglement in a three-mode optomechanical system consisting of an active optical cavity (gain) coupled to a passive optical cavity (loss) supporting a mechanical mode. For a driving laser which is blue-detuned, ... More

Landscaping with fluxes and the E8 Yukawa Point in F-theoryApr 30 2014Integrality in the Hodge theory of Calabi-Yau fourfolds is essential to find the vacuum structure and the anomaly cancellation mechanism of four dimensional F-theory compactifications. We use the Griffiths-Frobenius geometry and homological mirror symmetry ... More

Matrix-Product Complementary dual CodesApr 13 2016Linear complementary dual codes (LCD) are linear codes satisfying $C\cap C^{\perp}=\{0\}$. Under suitable conditions, matrix-product codes that are complementary dual codes are characterized. We construct LCD codes using quasi-orthogonal matrices. Some ... More

Wake Potential in Strong Coupling Plasma from AdS/CFT CorrespondenceFeb 06 2015With the dielectric function computed from AdS/CFT correspondence, we studied the wake potential induced by a fast moving charge in strong coupling plasma, and compared it with the weak coupling wake potential for different particle velocities as $v=0.55c$ ... More

Quantum Manifestation of Elastic Constants in NanostructuresSep 05 2012Generally, there are two distinct effects in modifying the properties of low-dimensional nanostructures: surface effect (SS) due to increased surface-volume ratio and quantum size effect (QSE) due to quantum confinement in reduced dimension. The SS has ... More

Charge-then-Forward: Wireless Powered Communication for Multiuser Relay NetworksJun 26 2018This paper studies a relay-assisted wireless powered communication network (R-WPCN) consisting of multiple source-destination pairs and a hybrid relay node (HRN). We consider a "charge-then-forward" protocol at the HRN, in which the HRN with constant ... More

Discriminative Cross-View Binary Representation LearningApr 04 2018Learning compact representation is vital and challenging for large scale multimedia data. Cross-view/cross-modal hashing for effective binary representation learning has received significant attention with exponentially growing availability of multimedia ... More

Maximal graded subalgebras of Witt and Special superalgebrasNov 18 2009Mar 08 2010This paper has been withdrawn by the author due to that the main results and approaches are closedly parallel to the ones in Lie algebra case.

Derivations from the even parts into the odd parts for Lie superalgebras W and SSep 08 2005Let $\mathcal{W}$ and $\mathcal{S}$ denote the even parts of the general Witt superalgebra $W$ and the special superalgebra $S$ over a field of characteristic $ p>3,$ respectively. In this note, using the method of reduction on $\mathbb{Z}$-gradations, ... More

Fine Magnetic Characteristics of a Light Bridge by HinodeFeb 01 2019May 05 2019Light bridge (LB) is bright structure crossing the umbra of sunspots and associated to the breakup or assembly of sunspots. In this paper, a LB is presented and studied using the observatory data obtained by {\it Hinode} satellites. Force-free factor ... More

Recovery of an embedded obstacle and its surrounding medium by formally-determined scattering dataOct 19 2016Jan 04 2017We consider an inverse acoustic scattering problem in simultaneously recovering an embedded obstacle and its surrounding inhomogeneous medium by formally determined far-field data. It is shown that the knowledge of the scattering amplitude with a fixed ... More

An Improved Gradient Method with Approximately Optimal Stepsize Based on Conic model for Unconstrained OptimizationJul 22 2019A new type of stepsize, which was recently introduced by Liu and Liu (Optimization, 67(3), 427-440, 2018), is called approximately optimal stepsize and is quit efficient for gradient method. Interestingly, all gradient methods can be regarded as gradient ... More

Hypocoercivity based Sensitivity Analysis and Spectral Convergence of the Stochastic Galerkin Approximation to Collisional Kinetic Equations with Multiple Scales and Random InputsSep 30 2017May 22 2018In this paper, we provide a general framework to study general class of linear and nonlinear kinetic equations with random uncertainties from the initial data or collision kernels, and their stochastic Galerkin approximations, in both incompressible Navier-Stokes ... More

Upper Beurling Density of Systems formed by Translates of finite Sets of Elements in $L^p(\R^d)$Mar 28 2012In this paper, we prove that if a finite disjoint union of translates $\bigcup_{k=1}^n\{f_k(x-\gamma)\}_{\gamma\in\Gamma_k}$ in $L^p(\R^d)$ $(1<p<\infty)$ is a $p'$-Bessel sequence for some $1<p'<\infty$, then the disjoint union $\Gamma=\bigcup_{k=1}^n\Gamma_k$ ... More

On the arithmetic of the endomorphism ring End($\mathbb{Z}_{p}\times\mathbb{Z}_{p^{m}}$)May 03 2016For a prime $p$, let $E_{p,p^m}=\{\begin{pmatrix}a&b\\p^{m-1}c&d\end{pmatrix}|a,b,c\in\mathbb{Z}_{p},~\mathrm{and}~d\in \mathbb{Z}_{p^{m}}\}$. We first establish a ring isomorphism from $\mathrm{End}(\mathbb{Z}_p\times\mathbb{Z}_p^m)$ onto $E_{p,p^m}$. ... More

The Dynamic Behavior of Quantum Statistical Entropy in 5D Ricci-flat Black String with Thin-layer ApproachNov 05 2008In this paper, the statistical-mechanical entropies of 5D Ricci-flat black string is calculated through the wave modes of the quantum field with improved thin-layer brick-wall method. The modes along the fifth dimension are semi-classically quantized ... More

Fine Magnetic Characteristics of a Light Bridge by HinodeFeb 01 2019Light bridge (LB) is bright structure crossing the umbra of sunspots and associated to the breakup or assembly of sunspots. In this paper, a LB is presented and studied using the observatory data obtained by {\it Hinode} satellites. Force-free factor ... More

Relationship between Magnetic Field Properties and an X-class Flare in Active Region NOAA 9077Feb 01 2019The magnetic field plays a key role in producing solar flares, so that the investigation on the relationship between the magnetic field properties and flares is significant. In this paper, based on the magnetic field extrapolated from the photospheric ... More

Power Allocation for Secure SWIPT Systems with Wireless-Powered Cooperative JammingFeb 18 2017This paper considers wireless-powered cooperative jamming (CJ) to secure communication between a transmitter (Tx) and an information receiver (IR), in the presence of an energy receiver (ER) which is termed as a potential eavesdropper. The full-duplex ... More

A bi-fidelity method for the multiscale Boltzmann equation with random parametersMay 22 2019In this paper, we study the multiscale Boltzmann equation with multi-dimensional random parameters by a bi-fidelity stochastic collocation (SC) method developed in [A. Narayan, C. Gittelson and D. Xiu, SIAM J. Sci. Comput., 36 (2014); X. Zhu, A. Narayan ... More