# Bin Wang - Beijing Institute of Tracing and Telecommunications Technology of China, Beijing, China

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NameBin Wang |
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AffiliationBeijing Institute of Tracing and Telecommunications Technology of China, Beijing, China |
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CityBeijing |
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CountryChina |
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## Pub CategoriesHigh Energy Physics - Theory (14) General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (14) Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (7) Mathematics - Algebraic Geometry (5) Physics - Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect (5) High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (4) Mathematics - Numerical Analysis (3) Computer Science - Learning (2) Statistics - Machine Learning (1) Computer Science - Computation and Language (1) Physics - Physics and Society (1) High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena (1) Statistics - Applications (1) Computer Science - Information Retrieval (1) Physics - Instrumentation and Detectors (1) Physics - Accelerator Physics (1) Computer Science - Computational Engineering; Finance; and Science (1) Computer Science - Distributed; Parallel; and Cluster Computing (1) Mathematics - Optimization and Control (1) Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (1) Computer Science - Information Theory (1) Mathematics - Information Theory (1) Mathematics - Probability (1) Physics - Strongly Correlated Electrons (1) Physics - Materials Science (1) |

## Publications Authored By Bin Wang

In the recent years, the notion of mixability has been developed with applications to optimal transportation, quantitative finance and operations research. An $n$-tuple of distributions is said to be jointly mixable if there exist $n$ random variables following these distributions and adding up to a constant, called center, with probability one. When the $n$ distributions are identical, we speak of complete mixability. Read More

Holographic superconductor is an important arena for holography, as it allows concrete calculations to further understand the dictionary between bulk physics and boundary physics. An important quantity of recent interest is the holographic complexity. Conflicting claims had been made in the literature concerning the behavior of holographic complexity during phase transition. Read More

In the field of connectomics, neuroscientists seek to identify cortical connectivity comprehensively. Neuronal boundary detection from the Electron Microscopy (EM) images is often done to assist the automatic reconstruction of neuronal circuit. But the segmentation of EM images is a challenging problem, as it requires the detector to be able to detect both filament-like thin and blob-like thick membrane, while suppressing the ambiguous intracellular structure. Read More

The prerequisite of the chiral magnetic effect is the existence of net chiral charge in the quark gluon plasma (QGP). If we assume the quarks and anti-quarks contribute equally to the net chiral charge, the CME will induce a flow of the quark chemical potential and will cause the QGP having three distinct layers along the strong magnetic field characterised by distinctive compositions of quark chemical potentials. This phenomenon may bring new observable outcomes and help us test the existence of CME. Read More

With the increasing of electric vehicle (EV) adoption in recent years, the impact of EV charging activities to the power grid becomes more and more significant. In this article, an optimal scheduling algorithm which combines smart EV charging and V2G gird service is developed to integrate EVs into power grid as distributed energy resources, with improved system cost performance. Specifically, an optimization problem is formulated and solved at each EV charging station according to control signal from aggregated control center and user charging behavior prediction by mean estimation and linear regression. Read More

We consider a D2D-enabled cellular network where user equipments (UEs) owned by rational users are incentivized to form D2D pairs using tokens. They exchange tokens electronically to "buy" and "sell" D2D services. Meanwhile the devices have the ability to choose the transmission mode, i. Read More

Using a simple holographic model with momentum dissipation, we show that a particular diffusive mode combining the charge and energy can be identified at high temperature and the diffusivity indicates a fundamental dissipative timescale. We develop a holographic approach to study the renormalisation group (RG) flow of thermo-electric transports. It is shown that the RG flow of the combined conductivity does not rely on the disorder explicitly and does not run at high temperature. Read More

We consider the reionization process in a cosmological model in which dark matter interacts with dark energy. Using a semi-analytical reionization model, we compute the evolution of the ionized fraction in terms of its spatial average and linear perturbations. We show that certain types of interactions between dark matter and dark energy can significantly affect the reionization history. Read More

This paper proposes a method of real-time voltage stability assessment for load areas, in which the proximity to voltage collapse point at each bus can be accurately evaluated. Based on the non-iterative holomorphic embedding method (HEM), the voltage of each bus for different loading levels in the load area is quickly screened out by only performing one-time power flow calculation. A power series derived by the HEM with a physical germ solution makes sure that the P-V curve is in conformity with that from conventional continuous power flow. Read More

A photoinduced current of a layered MoS2-based transistor is studied from first-principles. Under the illumination of circular polarized light, a valley-polarized current is generated, which can be tuned by the gate voltage. For monolayer MoS2, the valley-polarized spin-up (down) electron current at K (K') points is induced by the right (left) circular polarized light. Read More

We numerically investigate the electronic transport properties of graphene nanoribbons and carbon nanotubes with inter-valley coupling, e.g., in \sqrt{3}N \times \sqrt{3}N and 3N \times 3N superlattices. Read More

Many natural and manmade dynamical systems that are modeled as large nonlinear multi-oscillator systems like power systems are hard to analyze. For such a system, we propose a nonlinear modal decoupling (NMD) approach inversely constructing as many decoupled nonlinear oscillators as the system oscillation modes so that individual decoupled oscillators can easily be analyzed to infer dynamics and stability of the original system. The NMD follows a similar idea to the normal form except that we eliminate inter-modal terms but allow intra-modal terms of desired nonlinearities in decoupled systems, so decoupled systems can flexibly be shaped into desired forms of nonlinear oscillators. Read More

Converter-interfaced power sources (CIPSs), like wind turbine and energy storage, can be switched to the inertia emulation mode when the detected frequency deviation exceeds a pre-designed threshold, i.e. dead band, to support the frequency response of a power grid. Read More

We investigate the spacetime properties of BTZ black holes in Maxwell field and BornInfeld field and find rich properties in the spacetime structures when the model parameters vary. Employing the Landau-Lifshitz theory, we examine the thermodynamical phase transition in the charged BTZ holes. We further study the dynamical perturbation in the background of the charged BTZ black holes and find different properties of dynamical perturbations for the extreme and nonextreme charged BTZ black holes, which can serve as a new physical signal to indicate the phase transition between them. Read More

Spin-orbit coupling is key to all-electrical control of quantum-dot spin qubits, and is frequently stronger for holes than for electrons. Here we investigate Pauli spin blockade for two heavy holes in a gated double quantum dot in an in-plane magnetic field. The interplay of the complex Zeeman and spin-orbit couplings causes a blockade leakage current anisotropic in the field direction. Read More

**Authors:**A. E. Yore, K. K. H. Smithe, W. Crumrine, A. Miller, J. A. Tuck, B. Redd, E. Pop, Bin Wang, A. K. M. Newaz

Atomically thin two-dimensional (2D) transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDCs) are attractive materials for next generation nanoscale optoelectronic applications. Understanding nanoscale optical behavior of the edges and grain boundaries of synthetically grown TMDCs is vital for optimizing their optoelectronic properties. Elucidating the nanoscale optical properties of 2D materials through far-field optical microscopy requires a diffraction-limited optical beam diameter sub-micron in size. Read More

The trending integrations of Battery Energy Storage System (BESS, stationary battery) and Electric Vehicles (EV, mobile battery) to distribution grids call for advanced Demand Side Management (DSM) technique that addresses the scalability concerns of the system and stochastic availabilities of EVs. Towards this goal, a stochastic DSM is proposed to capture the uncertainties in EVs. Numerical approximation is then used to make the problem tractable. Read More

In this paper we discuss the efficient implementation of RKN-type Fourier collocation methods, which are used when solving second-order differential equations. The proposed implementation relies on an alternative formulation of the methods and the blended formulation. The features and effectiveness of the implementation are confirmed by the performance of the methods on two numerical tests. Read More

In this paper, a novel class of exponential Fourier collocation methods (EFCMs) is presented for solving systems of first-order ordinary differential equations. These so-called exponential Fourier collocation methods are based on the variation-of-constants formula, incorporating a local Fourier expansion of the underlying problem with collocation methods. We discuss in detail the connections of EFCMs with trigonometric Fourier collocation methods (TFCMs), the well-known Hamiltonian Boundary Value Methods (HBVMs), Gauss methods and Radau IIA methods. Read More

In the present work, a kind of trigonometric collocation methods based on Lagrange basis polynomials is developed for effectively solving multi-frequency oscillatory second-order differential equations $q^{\prime\prime}(t)+Mq(t)=f\big(q(t)\big)$. The properties of the obtained methods are investigated. It is shown that the convergent condition of these methods is independent of $\norm{M}$, which is very crucial for solving oscillatory systems. Read More

We study the spherically symmetric gravitational collapse of massless scalar matter field in asymptotic flat spacetime in $f(R)$ gravity. In the Einstein frame of $f(R)$ gravity, an additional scalar field arises due to the conformal transformation. We find that besides the usual competition between gravitational energy and kinetic energy in the process of gravitational collapse, the new scalar field brought by the conformal transformation adds one more competing force in the dynamical system. Read More

Large-scale structure has been shown as a promising cosmic probe for distinguishing and constraining dark energy models. Using the growth index parametrization, we obtain an analytic formula for the growth rate of structures in a coupled dark energy model in which the exchange of energy-momentum is proportional to the dark energy density. We find that the evolution of $f \sigma_8$ can be determined analytically once we know the coupling, the dark energy equation of state, the present value of the dark energy density parameter and the current mean amplitude of dark matter fluctuations. Read More

We investigate phenomenological interactions between dark matter and dark energy and constrain these models by employing the most recent cosmological data including the cosmic microwave background radiation anisotropies from Planck 2015, Type Ia supernovae, baryon acoustic oscillations, the Hubble constant and redshift-space distortions. We find that the interaction in the dark sector parameterized as an energy transfer from dark matter to dark energy is strongly suppressed by the whole updated cosmological data. On the other hand, an interaction between dark sectors with the energy flow from dark energy to dark matter is proved in better agreement with the available cosmological observations. Read More

The relevance between a query and a document in search can be represented as matching degree between the two objects. Latent space models have been proven to be effective for the task, which are often trained with click-through data. One technical challenge with the approach is that it is hard to train a model for tail queries and tail documents for which there are not enough clicks. Read More

The dominant language models (LMs) such as n-gram and neural network (NN) models represent sentence probabilities in terms of conditionals. In contrast, a new trans-dimensional random field (TRF) LM has been recently introduced to show superior performances, where the whole sentence is modeled as a random field. In this paper, we examine how the TRF models can be interpolated with the NN models, and obtain 12. Read More

P-wave interaction in cold atoms may give rise to exotic topological superfluids. However, the realization of p-wave interaction in cold atom system is experimentally challenging. Here we propose a simple scheme to synthesize effective $p$-wave interaction in conventional $s$-wave interacting quantum gases. Read More

We consider different generalizations of the honeycomb lattice to three dimensional structures. We address the family of the hyper-honeycomb lattice, which is made up of alternating layers of 2D honeycomb nano-ribbons, with each layer rotated by $\pi/2$ with the layer below. When the orbitals of the lattice sites are symmetric with respect to the planes of the trigonal links, these structures can produce a Dirac loop, a closed line of Dirac nodes in momentum space. Read More

We perform a phase space analysis of a generalized modified gravity theory with nonminimally coupling between geometry and matter. We apply the dynamical system approach to this generalized model and find that in the cosmological context, different choices of Lagrangian density will apparently result in different phases of the Universe. By carefully choosing the variables, we prove that there is an attractor solution to describe the late time accelerating universe when the modified gravity is chosen in a simple power-law form of the curvature scalar. Read More

We study the charged scalar collapse in de Sitter spacetimes. With the electric charge, there is one more competitor to join the competition of dynamics in the gravitational collapse. We find that two factors can influence the electric charge. Read More

This document presents an introduction of two commonly used power system differential algebraic equations (DAEs) for studying power system dynamics like electromechanical oscillation and angle stability: the second-order classical model and the fourth-order detailed generator model. An example is provided on the IEEE 9-bus system. Read More

The limits of previous methods promote us to design a new approach (named PRESTAGE) to predict proton single event effect (SEE) cross-sections using heavy-ion test data. To more realistically simulate the SEE mechanisms, we adopt Geant4 and the location-dependent strategy to describe the physics processes and the sensitivity of the device. Cross-sections predicted by PRESTAGE for over twenty devices are compared with the measured data. Read More

This paper considers a typical solar installations scenario with limited sensing resources. In the literature, there exist either day-ahead solar generation prediction methods with limited accuracy, or high accuracy short timescale methods that are not suitable for applications requiring longer term prediction. We propose a two-tier (global-tier and local-tier) prediction method to improve accuracy for long term (24 hour) solar generation prediction using only the historical power data. Read More

It is understood that congestion in traffic can be interpreted in terms of the instability of the equation of dynamic motion. The evolution of a traffic system from an unstable or metastable state to a globally stable state bears a strong resemblance to the phase transition in thermodynamics. In this work, we explore the underlying physics of the traffic system, by examining closely the physical properties and mathematical constraints of the phase transitions therein. Read More

We investigate the holographic fermionic phase transition induced by the effective impurity in holography, which is introduced by massless scalar fields in Einstein-Maxwell-massless scalar gravity. We obtain a phase diagram in $(\alpha, T)$ plane separating the Fermi liquid phase and the non-Fermi liquid phase. Read More

IceCube has reported the detection of a diffuse TeV-PeV neutrino emission, for which the flat spectrum radio quasars (FSRQs) have been proposed to be the candidate sources. Here we assume that the neutrino flux from FSRQs is proportional to their gamma-ray ones, and obtain the gamma-ray/neutrino flux ratio by the diffuse gamma-ray flux from Fermi-LAT measurement of FSRQs and the diffuse neutrino flux detected by IceCube. We apply this ratio to individual FSRQs and hence predict their neutrino flux. Read More

We study the non-equilibrium condensation process in a holographic superconductor with nonlinear corrections to the U(1) gauge field. We start with an asymptotic Anti-de-Sitter(AdS) black hole against a complex scalar perturbation at the initial time, and solve the dynamics of the gravitational systems in the bulk. When the black hole temperature T is smaller than a critical value Tc, the scalar perturbation grows exponentially till saturation, the final state of spacetime approaches to a hairy black hole. Read More

Within the framework of Dyson-Schwinger equations (DSEs), we discuss the chiral phase transition of QCD with a chiral chemical potential $\mu_5$ as an additional scale. We focus especially on the issues related to the widely accepted as well as interested critical end point (CEP). With the help of a scalar susceptibility, we find that there might be no CEP$_5$ in the $T-\mu_5$ plane, and the phase transition in the $T-\mu_5$ plane might be totally crossover when $\mu<50$ MeV, which has apparent consistency with the Lattice QCD calculation. Read More

In this paper, we apply incidence divisors constructed through Archimedean height paring to prove that Griffiths' conjecture on incidence equivalence is correct for a smooth projective variety with first non-vanishing cohomology. Read More

This letter proposes an analytical approach to formulate the power system oscillation frequency under a large disturbance. A fact is revealed that the oscillation frequency is only the function of the oscillation amplitude when the system's model and operating condition are fixed. Case studies also show that this function is damping-insensitive and could be applied to an inter-area model of a multi-machine power system. Read More

In this paper we try to further explore the linear model of the moduli of rational maps. Our attempt yields following results. Let $X\subset \mathbf P^n$ be a generic hypersurface of degree $h$. Read More

We examine the stability of the Garfinkle-Horowitz-Strominger (GHS) black hole under charged scalar perturbations. We find that different from the neutral scalar field perturbations, only two numerical methods, such as the continued fraction method and the asymptotic iteration method, can keep high efficiency and accuracy requirements in the frequency domain computations. The comparisons of the efficiency between these two methods have also been done. Read More

We introduce higher-derivative Gauss-Bonnet correction terms in the gravity sector and we relate the modified gravity theory in the bulk to the strongly coupled quantum field theory on a de Sitter boundary. We study the process of holographic thermalization by examining three nonlocal observables, the two-point function, the Wilson loop and the holographic entanglement entropy. We study the time evolution of these three observables and we find that as the strength of the Gauss-Bonnet coupling is increased, the saturation time of the thermalization process to reach thermal equilibrium becomes shorter with the dominant effect given by the holographic entanglement entropy. Read More

The tensor-vector-scalar (TeVeS) model is considered a viable theory of gravity. It produces the Milgrom's modified Newtonian dynamics in the nonrelativistic weak field limit and is free from ghosts. This model has been tested against various cosmological observations. Read More

We study a class of early dark energy models which has substantial amount of dark energy in the early epoch of the universe. We examine the impact of the early dark energy fluctuations on the growth of structure and the CMB power spectrum in the linear approximation. Furthermore we investigate the influence of the interaction between the early dark energy and the dark matter and its effect on the structure growth and CMB. Read More

The result presented by the BOSS-SDSS Collaboration measuring the baryon acoustic oscillations of the Lyman-$\alpha$ forest from high-redshift quasars indicates a $2.5\sigma$ departure from the standard $\Lambda$-cold-dark-matter model. This is the first time that the evolution of dark energy at high redshifts has been measured, and the current results cannot be explained by simple generalizations of the cosmological constant. Read More

We study separatively the quasinormal modes (QNM) of electromagnetic perturbations around three-dimensional anti-de Sitter(AdS) black holes in Jordan and Einstein frames, which are related by the conformal transformations and a redefinition of a scalar field. We find that, in the Jordan frame, the imaginary parts of QNM frequencies can reflect the thermodynamical stabilities of hairy black holes, including the possible phase transition between the hairy black hole and BTZ black hole, disclosed by examining the corresponding free energies. Similar results are also uncovered in the Einstein frame. Read More

In this paper, we extend our result in [3] to hypersurfaces of any smooth projective variety $Y$. Precisely we let $X_0$ be a generic hypersurface of $Y$ and $c_0:\mathbf P^1\to X_0$ be a generic birational morphism to its image, i.e. Read More

In this paper we give an example to show Clemens' conjecture is not a first order deformation problem. Read More

We holographically investigate the effects of a dipole coupling between a fermion field and a $U(1)$ gauge field on the dual fermionic sector in the charged gravity bulk with hyperscaling violation. We analytically study the features of the ultraviolet and infrared Green's functions of the dual fermionic system and we show that as the dipole coupling and the hyperscaling violation exponent are varied, the fluid possess Fermi, marginal Fermi, non-Fermi liquid phases and also an additional Mott insulating phase. We find that the increase of the hyperscaling violation exponent which effectively reduces the dimensionality of the system makes it harder for the Mott gap to be formed. Read More

In this paper, we prove three related results; (1) Extension of our result in [10] to all generic hypersurfaces. More precisely, the normal sheaf of a generic rational map $c_0$ to a generic hypersurface $X_0$ of $\mathbf P^n, n\geq 4$ has a vanishing higher cohomology, \begin{equation} H^1(N_{c_0/X_0})=0. \end{equation} As applications we give (2) A solution to a Voisin's conjecture [9] on a covering of a generic hypersurface by rational curves (3) A classification of rational curves on hypersurfaces of general type--a solution to another Voisin's conjecture [9]. Read More