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A new Majorana platform in an Fe-As bilayer superconductorJul 01 2019Recently, iron-chalcogenide superconductors have emerged as a new and promising platform for studying and manipulating Majorana zero mode (MZM). By combining topological band structure and superconductivity in a multiband material, they provide significant ... More
Evidence for Majorana bound state in an iron-based superconductorJun 19 2017Mar 19 2018The search for Majorana bound state (MBS) has recently emerged as one of the most active research areas in condensed matter physics, fueled by the prospect of using its non-Abelian statistics for robust quantum computation. A highly sought-after platform ... More
Linear rank preservers of tensor products of rank one matricesSep 02 2015Let $n_1,\ldots,n_k $ be positive integers larger than or equal to 2. We characterize linear maps $\phi: M_{n_1\cdots n_k}\rightarrow M_{n_1\cdots n_k}$ such that $${\rm rank}(\phi(A_1\otimes \cdots \otimes A_k))=1\quad\hbox{whenever}\quad{\rm rank}(A_1\otimes ... More
Selection Bias Explorations and Debias Methods for Natural Language Sentence Matching DatasetsMay 15 2019Jun 10 2019Natural Language Sentence Matching (NLSM) has gained substantial attention from both academics and the industry, and rich public datasets contribute a lot to this process. However, biased datasets can also hurt the generalization performance of trained ... More
Selection Bias Explorations and Debias Methods for Natural Language Sentence Matching DatasetsMay 15 2019Natural Language Sentence Matching (NLSM) has gained substantial attention from both academics and the industry, and rich public datasets contribute a lot to this process. However, biased datasets can also hurt the generalization performance of trained ... More
Experimental verification of five-qubit quantum error correction with superconducting qubitsJul 10 2019Quantum error correction is an essential ingredient for universal quantum computing. Despite tremendous experimental efforts in the study of quantum error correction, to date, there has been no demonstration in the realisation of universal quantum error ... More
Selection Bias Explorations and Debias Methods for Natural Language Sentence Matching DatasetsMay 15 2019May 16 2019Natural Language Sentence Matching (NLSM) has gained substantial attention from both academics and the industry, and rich public datasets contribute a lot to this process. However, biased datasets can also hurt the generalization performance of trained ... More
Selection Bias Explorations and Debias Methods for Natural Language Sentence Matching DatasetsMay 15 2019May 20 2019Natural Language Sentence Matching (NLSM) has gained substantial attention from both academics and the industry, and rich public datasets contribute a lot to this process. However, biased datasets can also hurt the generalization performance of trained ... More
Analysis of Committee Selection Mechanism in BlockchainMay 09 2019The Committee Selection Mechanism can select multiple users of blockchain network to execute a consensus algorithm, such as PBFT. In order to guarantee two properties, the mathematical form of the mechanism is relatively limited. Further, if the mechanism ... More
Syllable-Based Sequence-to-Sequence Speech Recognition with the Transformer in Mandarin ChineseApr 28 2018Jun 04 2018Sequence-to-sequence attention-based models have recently shown very promising results on automatic speech recognition (ASR) tasks, which integrate an acoustic, pronunciation and language model into a single neural network. In these models, the Transformer, ... More
Time Derivative of Rotation Matrices: A TutorialSep 20 2016The time derivative of a rotation matrix equals the product of a skew-symmetric matrix and the rotation matrix itself. This article gives a brief tutorial on the well-known result.
Tamely ramified geometric Langlands correspondence in positive characteristicOct 30 2018We prove a version of the tamely ramified geometric Langlands correspondence in positive characteristic for $GL_n(k)$. Let $k$ be an algebraically closed field of characteristic $p> n$. Let $X$ be a smooth projective curve over $k$ with marked points, ... More
Overview of the NLPCC 2015 Shared Task: Chinese Word Segmentation and POS Tagging for Micro-blog TextsMay 28 2015Jun 30 2015In this paper, we give an overview for the shared task at the 4th CCF Conference on Natural Language Processing \& Chinese Computing (NLPCC 2015): Chinese word segmentation and part-of-speech (POS) tagging for micro-blog texts. Different with the popular ... More
On the Correctness of Inverted Index Based Public-Key Searchable Encryption Scheme for Multi-time SearchAug 24 2016In this short note we argue that the state-of-art inverted index based public key searchable encryption scheme proposed by Wang et al may not be completely correct by giving a counterexample.
Non-Left-Orderable Surgeries on 1-Bridge BraidsNov 30 2017Boyer, Gordon, and Watson have conjectured that an irreducible rational homology 3-sphere is an L-space if and only if its fundamental group is not left-orderable. Since Dehn surgeries on knots in $S^3$ can produce large families of L-spaces, it is natural ... More
Tamely ramified geometric Langlands correspondence in positive characteristicOct 30 2018Apr 02 2019We prove a version of the tamely ramified geometric Langlands correspondence in positive characteristic for $GL_n(k)$. Let $k$ be an algebraically closed field of characteristic $p> n$. Let $X$ be a smooth projective curve over $k$ with marked points, ... More
On Credit-based Incentive Mechanisms of Voluntary User Comment Reviewing in Social NetworksAug 14 2016With the recent advance of micro-blogs and social networks, people can view and post comments on the websites in a very convenient way. However, it is also a big concern that the malicious users keep polluting the cyber environment by scamming, spamming ... More
Bearing Rigidity and Almost Global Bearing-Only Formation StabilizationAug 27 2014Jul 08 2015A fundamental problem that the bearing rigidity theory studies is to determine when a framework can be uniquely determined up to a translation and a scaling factor by its inter-neighbor bearings. While many previous works focused on the bearing rigidity ... More
Adaptive Modular Exponentiation Methods v.s. Python's Power FunctionJul 06 2017In this paper we use Python to implement two efficient modular exponentiation methods: the adaptive m-ary method and the adaptive sliding-window method of window size k, where both m's are adaptively chosen based on the length of exponent. We also conduct ... More
Refining Approximating Betweenness Centrality Based on SamplingsAug 16 2016Dec 19 2017Betweenness Centrality (BC) is an important measure used widely in complex network analysis, such as social network, web page search, etc. Computing the exact BC values is highly time consuming. Currently the fastest exact BC determining algorithm is ... More
Imposing Label-Relational Inductive Bias for Extremely Fine-Grained Entity TypingMar 06 2019Existing entity typing systems usually exploit the type hierarchy provided by knowledge base (KB) schema to model label correlations and thus improve the overall performance. Such techniques, however, are not directly applicable to more open and practical ... More
One-Shot Relational Learning for Knowledge GraphsAug 27 2018Knowledge graphs (KGs) are the key components of various natural language processing applications. To further expand KGs' coverage, previous studies on knowledge graph completion usually require a large number of training instances for each relation. ... More
Scheduled Policy Optimization for Natural Language Communication with Intelligent AgentsJun 16 2018Jul 07 2018We investigate the task of learning to follow natural language instructions by jointly reasoning with visual observations and language inputs. In contrast to existing methods which start with learning from demonstrations (LfD) and then use reinforcement ... More
The Generalization of Schottky Inequality and Its ApplicationsSep 07 2015This article used Bloch function to derive Schottky inequality, obtained its generalization by using elliptic integral deviation function and demonstrated its applications.
Why Deep Neural Networks?Oct 13 2016Recently there has been much interest in understanding why deep neural networks are preferred to shallow networks. In this paper, we show that, for a large class of piecewise smooth functions, the number of neurons needed by a shallow network to approximate ... More
An Asymptotically Tighter Bound on Sampling for Frequent Itemsets MiningMar 24 2017In this paper we present a new error bound on sampling algorithms for frequent itemsets mining. We show that the new bound is asymptotically tighter than the state-of-art bounds, i.e., given the chosen samples, for small enough error probability, the ... More
Bearing-Based Distributed Control and Estimation of Multi-Agent SystemsMar 29 2015This paper studies the distributed control and estimation of multi-agent systems based on bearing information. In particular, we consider two problems: (i) the distributed control of bearing-constrained formations using relative position measurements ... More
Feature Selection Based on Unique Relevant Information for Health DataDec 02 2018Feature selection, which searches for the most representative features in observed data, is critical for health data analysis. Unlike feature extraction, such as PCA and autoencoder based methods, feature selection preserves interpretability, meaning ... More
I2C Management Based on IPbusJun 26 2018CBM (Compressed Baryonic Matter) is mainly used to study QCD phase diagram of strong interactions in high and moderate temperature region. Before the next generation GBTx based CBM DAQ system is built up, the DPB (Data Processing Board) layer is used ... More
Bearing-Based Formation Stabilization with Directed Interaction TopologiesAug 27 2015This paper studies the problem of stabilizing target formations specified by inter-neighbor bearings with relative position measurements. While the undirected case has been studied in the existing works, this paper focuses on the case where the interaction ... More
Translational and Scaling Formation Maneuver Control via a Bearing-Based ApproachJun 18 2015Dec 12 2015This paper studies distributed maneuver control of multi-agent formations in arbitrary dimensions. The objective is to control the translation and scale of the formation while maintaining the desired formation pattern. Unlike conventional approaches where ... More
Bearing-Based Formation ManeuveringApr 14 2015Aug 03 2015This paper studies the problem of multi-agent formation maneuver control where both of the centroid and scale of a formation are required to track given velocity references while maintaining the formation shape. Unlike the conventional approaches where ... More
Continuous Trajectory Planning Based on Learning Optimization in High Dimensional Input Space for Serial ManipulatorsDec 18 2018To continuously generate trajectories for serial manipulators with high dimensional degrees of freedom (DOF) in the dynamic environment, a real-time optimal trajectory generation method based on machine learning aiming at high dimensional inputs is presented ... More
Robust and Precise Vehicle Localization based on Multi-sensor Fusion in Diverse City ScenesNov 15 2017We present a robust and precise localization system that achieves centimeter-level localization accuracy in disparate city scenes. Our system adaptively uses information from complementary sensors such as GNSS, LiDAR, and IMU to achieve high localization ... More
Finite-time Stabilization of Circular Formations using Bearing-only MeasurementsMar 11 2013This paper studies decentralized formation control of multiple vehicles when each vehicle can only measure the local bearings of their neighbors by using bearing-only sensors. Since the inter-vehicle distance cannot be measured, the target formation involves ... More
A Better Lower Bound Estimation of Brennan's ConjectureSep 01 2015In this paper, we obtained an equivalent proposition of Brennan`s conjecture. And given two lower bound estimation of the conjecture one of them connected with Schwarzian derivative. The present study also verified the correctness of the conjecture in ... More
Refining Approximating Betweenness Centrality Based on SamplingsAug 16 2016Aug 27 2016Betweenness Centrality (BC) is an important measure used widely in complex network analysis, such as social network, web page search, etc. Computing the exact BC values is highly time consuming. Currently the fastest exact BC determining algorithm is ... More
Localizability and Distributed Protocols for Bearing-Based Network Localization in Arbitrary DimensionsJan 31 2015Feb 20 2016This paper addresses the problem of bearing-based network localization, which aims to localize all the nodes in a static network given the locations of a subset of nodes termed anchors and inter-node bearings measured in a common reference frame. The ... More
Why Deep Neural Networks for Function Approximation?Oct 13 2016Mar 03 2017Recently there has been much interest in understanding why deep neural networks are preferred to shallow networks. We show that, for a large class of piecewise smooth functions, the number of neurons needed by a shallow network to approximate a function ... More
Bearing Rigidity Theory and its Applications for Control and Estimation of Network Systems: Life Beyond Distance RigidityMar 14 2018The problem of distributed control and estimation for multi-agent systems with limited sensing capabilities is a practical challenge motivated by incomplete and imperfect sensing. This article addresses an important case where each agent in a network ... More
k-Anonymously Private Search over Encrypted DataMar 24 2017In this paper we compare the performance of various homomorphic encryption methods on a private search scheme that can achieve $k$-anonymity privacy. To make our benchmarking fair, we use open sourced cryptographic libraries which are written by experts ... More
Robust Task Clustering for Deep Many-Task LearningAug 26 2017May 18 2018We investigate task clustering for deep-learning based multi-task and few-shot learning in a many-task setting. We propose a new method to measure task similarities with cross-task transfer performance matrix for the deep learning scenario. Although this ... More
A Wong-Zakai theorem for $Φ^4_3$ modelApr 16 2015We prove a version of the Wong-Zakai theorem for the dynamical $\Phi_3^4$ model driven by space-time white noise on $\mathbb{T}^3$. For the $\Phi^4_3$ model it is proved in [Hai14] that a renormalisation has to be performed in order to define the nonlinear ... More
Diverse Few-Shot Text Classification with Multiple MetricsMay 19 2018We study few-shot learning in natural language domains. Compared to many existing works that apply either metric-based or optimization-based meta-learning to image domain with low inter-task variance, we consider a more realistic setting, where tasks ... More
Three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations driven by space-time white noiseMay 31 2014Jun 10 2015In this paper we study 3D Navier-Stokes (NS) equation driven by space-time white noise by using regularity structure theory introduced in [Hai14] and paracontrolled distribution proposed in [GIP13]. We obtain local existence and uniqueness of solutions ... More
Approximating three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations driven by space-time white noiseSep 17 2014In this paper we study approximations to 3D Navier-Stokes (NS) equation driven by space-time white noise by paracontrolled distribution proposed in [GIP13]. A solution theory for this equation has been developed recently in [ZZ14] based on regularity ... More
OGNet: Salient Object Detection with Output-guided Attention ModuleJul 17 2019Attention mechanisms are widely used in salient object detection models based on deep learning, which can effectively promote the extraction and utilization of useful information by neural networks. However, most of the existing attention modules used ... More
Strong-Feller property for Navier-Stokes equations driven by space-time white noiseSep 27 2017Sep 29 2017In this paper we prove strong Feller property for the Markov semigroups associated to the two or three dimensional Navier-Stokes (N-S) equations driven by space-time white noise using the theory of regularity structures introduced by Martin Hairer in ... More
Lattice approximation to the dynamical $Φ_3^4$ modelAug 23 2015We study the lattice approximations to the dynamical $\Phi^4_3$ model by paracontrolled distributions proposed in [GIP13]. We prove that the solutions to the lattice systems converge to the solution to the dynamical $\Phi_3^4$ model in probability, locally ... More
Three-dimensional Navier-Stokes equations driven by space-time white noiseMay 31 2014Jan 04 2017In this paper we study 3D Navier-Stokes (NS) equation driven by space-time white noise by using regularity structure theory introduced in [Hai14] and paracontrolled distribution proposed in [GIP13]. We obtain local existence and uniqueness of solutions ... More
Observation of Majorana conductance plateau by scanning tunneling spectroscopyApr 12 2019Majorana zero-modes (MZMs) are spatially-localized zero-energy fractional quasiparticles with non-Abelian braiding statistics that hold great promise for topological quantum computing. Due to its particle-antiparticle equivalence, an MZM exhibits perfect ... More
Observation of half-integer level shift of vortex bound states in an iron-based superconductorJan 08 2019Vortices in topological superconductors host Majorana zero modes (MZMs), which are proposed to be building blocks of fault-tolerant topological quantum computers. Recently, a new single-material platform for realizing MZM has been discovered in iron-based ... More
An introduction to affine Grassmannians and the geometric Satake equivalenceMar 17 2016Apr 04 2016We introduce various affine Grassmannians, study their geometric properties, and give some applications. We also discuss the geometric Satake equivalence. These are the expanded lecture notes for a mini-course in 2015 PCMI summer school. References updated ... More
Study of an Equivalent Proposition of Riemann HypothesisSep 24 2016Let $H_n = \sum_{k = 1}^{n}\frac{1}{k}$. Using Chebyshev function and prime number theorem, this paper proves that, there exists a positive constant A, such that for all natural numbers $n = q_1 * q_2 *... * q_m$ or $n = q_1^{\alpha_1} * q_2^{\alpha_1} ... More
Low-intensity light switching of cavity-atom polaritonsFeb 03 2010Mar 22 2010I analyze an all-optical switching scheme in a cavity QED system consisting of multiple three-level atoms confined in a cavity mode. A control laser coupled to the atoms from free space induces quantum interference in the coupled cavity-atom system and ... More
The order of the group of self-homotopy equivalence of wedge spacesAug 01 2015In this paper $Aut(\Sigma X\vee \Sigma Y)^\#$ the order of the group of self-homotopy equivalence of wedge spaces is studied. Under the condition of reducibility, we decompose $ Aut(\bigvee\limits_{t=1}^{k}X_{t})$ to the product of subgroups which generalizes ... More
Rigidity of a family of spherical conical metricsFeb 06 2019We study the deformation of spherical conical metrics with at least some of the cone angles larger than $2\pi$. We show in this note via synthetic geometry that for one family of such metrics, there is local rigidity in the choice of cone positions if ... More
Maximal zero sequences for Fock spacesOct 11 2011A sequence $Z$ in the complex plane $\C$ is called a zero sequence for the Fock space $F^p_\alpha$ if there exists a function $f\in F^p_\alpha$, not identically zero, such that $Z$ is the zero set of $f$, counting multiplicities. We show that there exist ... More
Multiqubit Clifford groups are unitary 3-designsOct 09 2015We show that the multiqubit (including qubit) Clifford group in any even prime power dimension is not only a unitary 2-design, but also a unitary 3-design. Moreover, it is a minimal unitary 3-design except for dimension 4. As an immediate consequence, ... More
K3 surfaces associated to Abelian Fourfolds of Mumford's TypeDec 17 2018Mumford constructed a family of abelian fourfolds with special stucture not characterized by endomorphism ring. Galluzzi showed that the weight 2 Hodge structure of such a variety decomposes into Hodge substructures via the action of Mumford-Tate group, ... More
Quantitative unique continuation of solutions to higher order elliptic equations with singular coefficientsApr 05 2017Mar 25 2018We investigate the quantitative unique continuation of solutions to higher order elliptic equations with singular coefficients. Quantitative unique continuation described by the vanishing order is a quantitative form of strong unique continuation property. ... More
Area bounds for minimal surfaces in geodesic ball of hyperbolic spaceDec 08 2016In hyperbolic space $H^n$ we set a geodesic ball of radius $\rho$. Consider a $k$ dimensional minimal submanifold passing through the origin of the geodesic ball with boundary lies on the boundary of that geodesic ball. We prove that its area is no less ... More
Two Boundary Centralizer Algebras for $\mathfrak{gl}(n|m)$Sep 21 2018We define an action of the degenerate two boundary braid algebra $\mathcal{G}_d$ on the $\mathbb{C}$-vector space $M\otimes N\otimes V^{\otimes d}$, where $M$ and $N$ are arbitrary modules for the general linear Lie superalgebra $\mathfrak{gl}(n|m)$, ... More
On the Complexity of Protein Local Structure Alignment Under the Discrete Fréchet DistanceSep 05 2007We show that given $m$ proteins (or protein backbones, which are modeled as 3D polygonal chains each of length O(n)) the problem of protein local structure alignment under the discrete Fr\'{e}chet distance is as hard as Independent Set. So the problem ... More
Lie II theorem for Lie algebroids via higher groupoidsDec 31 2006May 20 2010Following Sullivan's spacial realization of a differential algebra, we construct a universal integrating Lie 2-groupoid for every Lie algebroid. Then We show that unlike Lie algebras which one-to-one correspond to simply connected Lie groups, Lie algebroids ... More
The higher sharp IV: the higher levelsMay 30 2017We establish the descriptive set theoretic representation of the mouse $M_n^{\#}$, which is called $0^{(n+1)\#}$. This part deals with the case $n>3$.
On the critical branching random walk I: Branching capacity and visiting probabilityNov 30 2016Jan 31 2017We extend the theory of discrete capacity to critical branching random walk. We introduce branching capacity for any finite subset of $\Z^d, d\geq5$. Analogous to the regular discrete capacity, branching capacity is closely related to the asymptotics ... More
On the critical branching random walk II: Branching capacity and branching recurrenceDec 01 2016Jan 31 2017We continue our study of critical branching random walk and branching capacity. In this paper we introduce branching recurrence and branching transience and prove an analogous version of Wiener's Test.
Game Theory for Cyber Deception: A TutorialMar 03 2019Deceptive and anti-deceptive technologies have been developed for various specific applications. But there is a significant need for a general, holistic, and quantitative framework of deception. Game theory provides an ideal set of tools to develop such ... More
A generalized Morse index theoremApr 07 2005In this paper, we prove a Morse index theorem for the index form of even order linear Hamiltonian systems on the closed interval with reasonable self-adjoint boundary conditions. The highest order term is assumed to be nondegenerate.
Projective dimension and regularity of the path ideal of the line graphOct 10 2016Oct 26 2016By generalizing the notion of the path ideal of a graph, we study some algebraic properties of some path ideals associated to a line graph. We show that the quotient ring of these ideals are always sequentially Cohen-Macaulay and also provide some exact ... More
Implications of the recent measurement of pure annihilation $B_s \to π^+ π^-$ decays in QCD factorizationJun 23 2011Jul 20 2011The CDF 3.7 sigma evidence of pure annihilation $B_s \to \pi^+ \pi^-$ decays, if confirmed, would imply a large annihilation scenario in the QCD factorization approach. This is somewhat unexpected as the large annihilation scenario was disfavored in previous ... More
B physics constraints on a flavor symmetric scalar model to account for the ttbar asymmetry and Wjj excess at CDFApr 16 2011Jul 22 2011Recently Nelson et al. proposed an interesting flavor symmetric model to account for the top quark forward-backward asymmetry and the dijet anomaly at CDF simultaneously with just three parameters: a coupling constant of order one, and two scalar masses ... More
The Complexity of HCP in Digraps with Degree Bound TwoApr 03 2007Jul 13 2007The Hamiltonian cycle problem (HCP) in digraphs D with degree bound two is solved by two mappings in this paper. The first bijection is between an incidence matrix C_{nm} of simple digraph and an incidence matrix F of balanced bipartite undirected graph ... More
Regular representations of the quantum groups at roots of unityNov 20 2007Dec 03 2007We study the bimodule structure of the quantum function algebra at roots of 1 and prove that it admits an increasing filtration with factors isomorphic to the tensor products of the dual of Weyl modules $V_\lambda^* \otimes V_{- \omega_0 \lambda}^*$. ... More
Prescribing integral curvature equationJul 10 2014Feb 07 2015In this paper we formulate new curvature functions on $\mathbb{S}^n$ via integral operators. For certain even orders, these curvature functions are equivalent to the classic curvature functions defined via differential operators, but not for all even ... More
Preprojective cluster variables of acyclic cluster algebrasNov 29 2005Aug 30 2006For any valued quiver, by using BGP-reflection functors, an injection from the set of preprojective objects in the cluster category to the set of cluster variables of the corresponding cluster algebra is given, the images are called preprojective cluster ... More
Multiple list colouring of planar graphsMay 16 2016This paper proves that for each positive integer $m$, there is a planar graph $G$ which is not $(4m+\lfloor \frac{2m-1}{9}\rfloor,m)$-choosable. Then we pose some conjectures concerning multiple list colouring of planar graphs.
Depth and Stanley depth of the path ideal associated to an $n$-cyclic graphDec 24 2016We compute the depth and Stanley depth for the quotient ring of the path ideal of length $3$ associated to a $n$-cyclic graph, given some precise formulas for depth when $n\not\equiv 1\,(\mbox{mod}\ 4)$, tight bounds when $n\equiv 1\,(\mbox{mod}\ 4)$ ... More
Asymptotic order of the quantization errors for self-affine measures on Bedford-McMullen carpetsApr 19 2016Let $E$ be a Bedford-McMullen carpet determined by a set of affine mappings $(f_{ij})_{(i,j)\in G}$ and $\mu$ a self-affine measure on $E$ associated with a probability vector $(p_{ij})_{(i,j)\in G}$. We prove that, for every $r\in(0,\infty)$, the upper ... More
Convergence order of the geometric mean errors for Markov-type measuresOct 26 2014We study the quantization problem with respect to the geometric mean error for Markov-type measures $\mu$ on a class of fractal sets. Assuming the irreducibility of the corresponding transition matrix $P$, we determine the exact convergence order of the ... More
Asymptotic local uniformity of the quantization error for Ahlfors-David probability measuresAug 25 2017Feb 26 2018Let $\mu$ be an Ahlfors-David probability measure on $\mathbb{R}^q$, namely, there exist some constants $s_0>0$ and $\epsilon_0,C_1,C_2>0$ such that \[ C_1\epsilon^{s_0}\leq\mu(B(x,\epsilon))\leq C_2\epsilon^{s_0},\;\epsilon\in(0,\epsilon_0),\;x\in{\rm ... More
Neural Architecture Search for Deep Face RecognitionApr 21 2019Apr 26 2019By the widespread popularity of electronic devices, the emergence of biometric technology has brought significant convenience to user authentication compared with the traditional password and mode unlocking. Among many biological characteristics, the ... More
Regularity for harmonic maps into certain Pseudo-Riemannian manifoldsJan 10 2011Mar 20 2012In this article, we investigate the regularity for certain elliptic systems without a $L^2$-antisymmetric structure. As applications, we prove some $\epsilon$-regularity theorems for weakly harmonic maps from the unit ball $B= B(m) \subset \mathbb{R}^m ... More
Influence of Stellar Metallicity on Occurrence Rates of Planets and Planetary SystemsAug 28 2018Jan 24 2019We study the influence of stellar metallicity on the fraction of stars with planets (i.e., the occurrence rate of planetary systems) and the average number of planets per star (i.e., the occurrence rate of planets). The former directly reveals the planet ... More
Molecular Model Checking a Temporal LogicAug 05 2016Feb 20 2017The molecular computing has been successfully employed to solve more and more complex computation problems. However, as an important complex problem, the model checking are still far from fully resolved under the circumstance of molecular computing, since ... More
Loss Tomography in General TopologyMar 25 2016Although there are a few works reported in the literature considering loss tomography in the general topology, there is few well established result since all of them rely either on simulations or on experiments that have many random factors affecting ... More
Evidence of Different Formation Mechanisms for Hot versus Warm Super-EarthsMar 05 2015Using the Kepler planet sample from Buchhave et al. and the statistical method clarified by Schlaufman, I show that the shorter-period super-Earths have a different dependence on the host star metallicity from the longer-period super-Earths, with the ... More
Are valence quarks rotating?Oct 27 2012We suggest to compare the deep inelastic scattering structure functions measured in the unpolarized charged-lepton scattering off a transversely polarized proton and off a longitudinally polarized proton at larger Bjorken variable $x$, one may get a direct ... More
Application of Jet Trimming in Boosted Higgs SearchJul 09 2011We present the study of the $WH$ and $ZH$ search with the Higgs Boson decayed to $b\bar{b}$ at the Large Hadron Collider. The Higgs Boson and the Vector Boson are required to be boosted, and the Higgs Boson is reconstructed with Jet Trimming Technique. ... More
A Closed Form Maximum Likelihood Estimator to End-to-End Loss Rate EstimationApr 30 2011Oct 01 2012Loss tomography has been studied for more than 10 years and a number of estimators have been proposed. The estimators can be divided into two classes: maximum likelihood and non-maximum likelihood. The maximum likelihood estimators rely on the maximum ... More
Loss Rate Inference in Multi-Sources and Multicast-Based General TopologySep 14 2010Jul 20 2011Loss tomography has received considerable attention in recent years and a number of estimators have been proposed. Unfortunately, almost all of them are devoted to the tree topology despite the general topology is more common in practice. In addition, ... More
Experimental Study on CTL model checking using Machine LearningFeb 23 2019The existing core methods, which are employed by the popular CTL model checking tools, are facing the famous state explode problem. In our previous study, a method based on the Machine Learning (ML) algorithms was proposed to address this problem. However, ... More
Analyzing DNA Hybridization via machine learningMar 27 2018Jul 02 2018In DNA computing, it is impossible to decide whether a specific hybridization among complex DNA molecules is effective or not within acceptable time. In order to address this common problem, we introduce a new method based on the machine learning technique. ... More
An Energy Reducing Flow for Multiple-Valued FunctionsJun 20 2006By the method of discrete Morse flows, we construct an energy reducing multiple-valued function flow. The flow we get is Holder continuous with respect to the L-2 norm. We also give another way of constructing flows in some special cases, where the flow ... More
A note on the quantization error for in-homogeneous self-similar measuresAug 31 2016We further study the asymptotics of quantization errors for two classes of in-homogeneous self-similar measures $\mu$. We give a new sufficient condition for the upper quantization coefficient for $\mu$ to be finite. This, together with our previous work, ... More
A Generalization of the Kodaira Vanishing and Embedding TheoremFeb 02 1995We give several generalizations of the Kodaira vanishing and embedding theorems for K\"ahler manifolds to the case where the relevent line bundle has a small region of negative curvature. To prove the vanishing theorems we adapt techniques of Elworthy-Rosenberg ... More
Spectra and elliptic flow of (multi-)strange hadrons at RHIC and LHC within viscous hydrodynamics+hadron cascade hybrid modelJul 14 2016Aug 15 2016Using the (2+1)-dimensional ultrarelativistic viscous hydrodynamics+hadron cascade, VISHNU, hybrid model, we study the $p_{\rm T}$-spectra and elliptic flow of $\Lambda$, $\Xi$, and $\Omega$ in Au+Au collisions at $\sqrt{s_{NN}}$=200 GeV and in Pb+Pb ... More
Log rationally connected surfacesDec 08 2014Jul 02 2015In this paper, combining the works of Miyanishi-Tsunoda and Keel-McKernan, we prove the log Castelnuovo's rationality criterion for smooth quasiprojective surfaces over complex numbers.
Exotic Charmonium-like States at BESIIIMay 18 2015The recent measurement results of exotic charmonium-like states, the so called XYZ particles, at BESIII have been presented. I mainly discussed the charged Zc(3900) state, its neutral partner, and possible excited states.