Christandl, M. (Matthias) Jensen, A. K. (Asger Kjærulff) Zuiddam, J. (Jeroen)
in * Apr 15, 2018
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The tensor rank of a tensor t is the smallest number r such that t can be decomposed as a sum of r simple tensors. Let s be a k-tensor and let t be an ℓ-tensor. The tensor product of s and t is a (k+ℓ)-tensor. Tensor rank is sub-multiplicative under the tensor product. We revisit the connection between restrictions and degenerations. A result of ou...

Le Roux, P. F. Bansal, R.C
Published in
International Journal of Emerging Electric Power Systems
in * Feb 16, 2018
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An electrical network constantly faces unforeseen events such as faults on lines, loss of generation, etc. Under Frequency Load Shedding (UFLS) and Generator Tripping are traditional methods used to stabilise a network when a transient fault occurs. These methods will prevent any network instability by shedding load or tripping the most critical ge...

Harrington, Timothy E. Thomas, Michael
Published in
Multicultural Learning and Teaching
in * Feb 16, 2018
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This paper serves as a beginning conversation of how two White males perspectives’ were shaped and how those perspectives evolved while attending and teaching at a Predominately Black Institution (PBI). Their initial understandings of Whiteness are introduced. This is an ethnographic study that utilized personal narratives from a college professor ...

Angelopoulos, Yannis Aretakis, Stefanos Gajic, Dejan
in * Feb 15, 2018
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We derive precise late-time asymptotics for solutions to the wave equation on spherically symmetric, stationary and asymptotically flat spacetimes including as special cases the Schwarzschild and Reissner-Nordstrom families of black holes. We also obtain late-time asymptotics for the time derivatives of all orders and for the radiation field along ...

Miller, Jason Sheffield, Scott Werner, Wendelin
in * Feb 15, 2018
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We show that when observing the range of a chordal SLE$_\kappa$ curve for $\kappa \in (4,8)$, it is not possible to recover the order in which the points have been visited. We also derive related results about conformal loop ensembles (CLE): (i) The loops in a CLE$_\kappa$ for $\kappa \in (4,8)$ are not determined by the CLE$_\kappa$ gasket. (ii) T...

Giryes, Raja Eldar, Yonina C. Bronstein, Alex M. Sapiro, Guillermo
in * Feb 15, 2018
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Solving inverse problems with iterative algorithms is popular, especially for large data. Due to time constraints, the number of possible iterations is usually limited, potentially affecting the achievable accuracy. Given an error one is willing to tolerate, an important question is whether it is possible to modify the original iterations to obtain...

Ohama, Akio Kohno, Mikito Hasegawa, Keisuke Torii, Kazufumi Nishimura, Atsushi Hattori, Yusuke Hayakawa, Takahiro Inoue, Tsuyoshi Sano, Hidetoshi Yamamoto, Hiroaki
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in * Feb 15, 2018
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Understanding the mechanism of O star formation is one of the most important issues in current astrophysics. It is also an issue of keen interest how O stars affect their surroundings and trigger secondary star formation. An H\,\emissiontype{II} region RCW79 is one of the typical Spitzer bubbles alongside of RCW120. New observations of CO $J=$ 1--0...

Hosseini, Seyed Ali Irajizad, Azam Berahman, Masud Mahyari, Farzaneh Aghakhani Shokouh, Seyed Hossein Hosseini
in * Feb 15, 2018
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Due to high surface to volume ratio and tunable band gap, 2 Dimensional (2D) layered materials such as MoS2, is good candidate for gas sensing applications. This research mainly focuses on variation of Density of States (DOS) of MoS2 nanosheets caused by ethanol adsorption. The nanosheets are synthesized by liquid exfoliation, and then using Scanni...

Safronova, M. S. Budker, D. DeMille, D. Kimball, Derek F. Jackson Derevianko, A. Clark, C. W.
in * Feb 15, 2018
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This article reviews recent developments in tests of fundamental physics using atoms and molecules, including the subjects of parity violation, searches for permanent electric dipole moments, tests of the CPT theorem and Lorentz symmetry, searches for spatiotemporal variation of fundamental constants, tests of quantum electrodynamics, tests of gene...

Louppe, Gilles Cranmer, Kyle
in * Feb 15, 2018
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Complex computer simulators are increasingly used across fields of science as generative models tying parameters of an underlying theory to experimental observations. Inference in this setup is often difficult, as simulators rarely admit a tractable density or likelihood function. We introduce Adversarial Variational Optimization (AVO), a likelihoo...