Wu, W. L. K. Mocanu, L. M. Ade, P. A. R. Anderson, A. J. Austermann, J. E. Avva, J. S. Beall, J. A. Bender, A. N. Benson, B. A. Bianchini, F.
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We present a measurement of the cosmic microwave background (CMB) lensing potential using 500 deg$^2$ of 150 GHz data from the SPTpol receiver on the South Pole Telescope. The lensing potential is reconstructed with signal-to-noise per mode greater than unity at lensing multipoles $L \lesssim 250$, using a quadratic estimator on a combination of CM...

Namikawa, Toshiya Chinone, Yuji Miyatake, Hironao Oguri, Masamune Takahashi, Ryuichi Kusaka, Akito Katayama, Nobuhiko Adachi, Shunsuke Aguilar, Mario Aihara, Hiroaki
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We present the first measurement of cross-correlation between the lensing potential, reconstructed from cosmic microwave background (CMB) {\it polarization} data, and the cosmic shear field from galaxy shapes. This measurement is made using data from the POLARBEAR CMB experiment and the Subaru Hyper Suprime-Cam (HSC) survey. By analyzing an 11~deg$...

zhang, dawei zhiyong, li qin, shengxue han, shanling

To improve the accuracy of the Fused Deposition Modeling (FDM) color 3D printer in printing color pieces, the vibration characteristics were studied. Firstly, the models of the FDM color 3D printer were qualitatively simplified by mechanics theory to provide theoretical support for dynamic characteristics of the structure, and the finite element mo...

Abbott, B. P. Abbott, R. Abbott, T. D. Abraham, S. Acernese, F. Ackley, K. Adams, C. Adhikari, R. X. Adya, V. B. Affeldt, C.
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We perform an unmodeled search for persistent, directional gravitational wave (GW) sources using data from the first and second observing runs of Advanced LIGO. We do not find evidence for any GW signals. We place limits on the broadband GW flux emitted at 25~Hz from point sources with a power law spectrum at $F_{\alpha,\Theta}

Chatziioannou, Katerina Haster, Carl-Johan Littenberg, Tyson B. Farr, Will M. Ghonge, Sudarshan Millhouse, Margaret Clark, James A. Cornish, Neil

Estimating the parameters of gravitational wave signals detected by ground-based detectors requires an understanding of the properties of the detectors' noise. In particular, the most commonly used likelihood function for gravitational wave data analysis assumes that the noise is Gaussian, stationary, and of known frequency-dependent variance. The ...

Chabanier, Solène Palanque-Delabrouille, Nathalie Yèche, Christophe Goff, Jean-Marc Le Armengaud, Eric Bautista, Julian Blomqvist, Michael Busca, Nicolas Dawson, Kyle Etourneau, Thomas
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We present a measurement of the 1D Ly$\alpha$ forest flux power spectrum, using the complete Baryon Oscillation Spectroscopic Survey (BOSS) and first extended-BOSS (eBOSS) quasars at $z_{\rm qso}>2.1$, corresponding to the fourteenth data release (DR14) of the Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS). Our results cover thirteen bins in redshift from $z_{\rm...

Chen, Shi-Fan Vlah, Zvonimir White, Martin

Density-reconstruction sharpens the baryon acoustic oscillations signal by undoing some of the smoothing incurred by nonlinear structure formation. In this paper we present an analytical model for reconstruction based on the Zeldovich approximation, which for the first time includes a complete set of counterterms and bias terms up to quadratic orde...

de Mattia, Arnaud Ruhlmann-Kleider, Vanina

Clustering analyses of spectroscopic surveys are based upon density fluctuations, which are estimated by comparing the observed tracer density field to a selection function accounting for the survey density and geometry. However, this survey selection function is commonly partly inferred from the observed data itself, leading to so-called integral ...

shao, shiliang wang, ting song, chunhe chen, xingchi cui, enuo zhao, hai

ECG database and K-nearest neighbor (KNN), support vector machine (SVM), and decision tree (DT) classification methods are used. The SVM classification method gets the highest classification accuracy, its average accuracy is 91.89%, the average sensitivity is 88.01%, and the average specificity is 93.98%. Undeniably, the MTFSE-based indices provide...

Radhika, P R Anand, S P Rajaram, Mita Rama Rao, P
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Journal of Earth System Science

The Kutch sedimentary basin formed during the Late Triassic breakup of Gondwanaland is characterised by horst and graben structures consisting of several east–west trending uplifts surrounded by low-lying plains. The eastern part of the basin has a diverse landscape comprising the Wagad uplift, Banni plain, Island Belt uplift and the Rann of Kutch....