# Chen Chen - David

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## Pub CategoriesHigh Energy Physics - Lattice (13) Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (13) High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (10) Nuclear Theory (9) Nuclear Experiment (9) Computer Science - Information Theory (4) Mathematics - Information Theory (4) Physics - Materials Science (3) Mathematics - Optimization and Control (3) Computer Science - Neural and Evolutionary Computing (3) Mathematics - Dynamical Systems (2) High Energy Physics - Theory (2) Physics - Strongly Correlated Electrons (2) Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture (2) Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (1) Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (1) Computer Science - Learning (1) Statistics - Machine Learning (1) Computer Science - Databases (1) Computer Science - Data Structures and Algorithms (1) Computer Science - Cryptography and Security (1) Mathematics - Probability (1) High Energy Physics - Experiment (1) Statistics - Methodology (1) Computer Science - Logic in Computer Science (1) Physics - Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect (1) |

## Publications Authored By Chen Chen

We develop a spatial branch-and-cut approach for nonconvex Quadratically Constrained Quadratic Programs with bounded complex variables (CQCQP). Linear valid inequalities are added at each node of the search tree to strengthen semidefinite programming relaxations of CQCQP. These valid inequalities are derived from the convex hull description of a nonconvex set of $2 \times 2$ positive semidefinite Hermitian matrices subject to a rank-one constraint. Read More

Symbolic regression that aims to detect underlying data-driven model has become increasingly important for industrial data analysis. For most of existing algorithms, such as genetic programming (GP), the convergence speed might be too slow for large scale problems with a large number of variables. This situation may become even worse with increasing problem size. Read More

Symbolic regression aims to find a function that best explains the relationship between independent variables and the objective value based on a given set of sample data. Genetic programming (GP) is usually considered as an appropriate method for the problem since it can optimize functional structure and coefficients simultaneously. However, the convergence speed of GP might be too slow for large scale problems that involve a large number of variables. Read More

We describe a calculation of the spectrum of flavour-SU(3) octet and decuplet baryons, their parity partners, and the radial excitations of these systems, made using a symmetry-preserving treatment of a vector-vector contact interaction as the foundation for the relevant few-body equations. Dynamical chiral symmetry breaking generates nonpointlike diquarks within these baryons and hence, using the contact interaction, flavour-antitriplet scalar, pseudoscalar and vector, and flavour-sextet axial-vector quark-quark correlations can all play an active role. The model yields reasonable masses for all systems studied, and Faddeev amplitudes for ground states and associated parity partners that sketch a realistic picture of their internal structure: ground-state, even parity baryons are constituted, almost exclusively, from like-parity diquark correlations; but orbital angular momentum plays an important role in the rest-frame wave functions of odd-parity baryons, whose Faddeev amplitudes are dominated by odd-parity diquarks. Read More

Visual data such as videos are often sampled from complex manifold. We propose leveraging the manifold structure to constrain the deep action feature learning, thereby minimizing the intra-class variations in the feature space and alleviating the over-fitting problem. Considering that manifold can be transferred, layer by layer, from the data domain to the deep features, the manifold priori is posed from the top layer into the back propagation learning procedure of convolutional neural network (CNN). Read More

Steerable properties dominate the design of traditional filters, e.g., Gabor filters, and endow features the capability of dealing with spatial transformations. Read More

Symbolic regression is an important but challenging research topic in data mining. It can detect the underlying mathematical models. Genetic programming (GP) is one of the most popular methods for symbolic regression. Read More

Deep learning has been demonstrated to achieve excellent results for image classification and object detection. However, the impact of deep learning on video analysis (e.g. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}IEEE,

^{2}IEEE,

^{3}IEEE,

^{4}IEEE

This paper considers a wireless powered communication network (WPCN) with group cooperation, where two communication groups cooperate with each other via wireless power transfer and time sharing to fulfill their expected information delivering and achieve "win-win" collaboration. To explore the system performance limits, we formulate optimization problems to respectively maximize the weighted sum-rate and minimize the total consumed power. The time assignment, beamforming vector and power allocation are jointly optimized under available power and quality of service requirement constraints of both groups. Read More

In this paper, we address the problem of cross-view image geo-localization. Specifically, we aim to estimate the GPS location of a query street view image by finding the matching images in a reference database of geo-tagged bird's eye view images, or vice versa. To this end, we present a new framework for cross-view image geo-localization by taking advantage of the tremendous success of deep convolutional neural networks (CNNs) in image classification and object detection. Read More

In order for a Sullivan-like process to provide reliable access to a meson target as $t$ becomes spacelike, the pole associated with that meson should remain the dominant feature of the quark-antiquark scattering matrix and the wave function describing the related correlation must evolve slowly and smoothly. Using continuum methods for the strong-interaction bound-state problem, we explore and delineate the circumstances under which these conditions are satisfied: for the pion, this requires $-t \lesssim 0.6\,$GeV$^2$, whereas $-t\lesssim 0. Read More

Transition-metal dichalcogenide IrTe2 has attracted attention because of striped lattice, charge ordering and superconductivity. We have investigated the surface structure of IrTe2, using low energy electron diffraction (LEED) and scanning tunneling microscopy (STM). A complex striped lattice modulations as a function of temperature is observed, which shows hysteresis between cooling and warming. Read More

Kernelized Correlation Filter (KCF) is one of the state-of-the-art object trackers. However, it does not reasonably model the distribution of correlation response during tracking process, which might cause the drifting problem, especially when targets undergo significant appearance changes due to occlusion, camera shaking, and/or deformation. In this paper, we propose an Output Constraint Transfer (OCT) method that by modeling the distribution of correlation response in a Bayesian optimization framework is able to mitigate the drifting problem. Read More

We propose a novel approach to studying poissonized tenable and balanced urns on two colors. Our strategy is to produce asymptotic mixed moments of the process via a partial differential equation that governs the process, coupled with the method of moments applied in a bootstrapped manner. We analyze the number of balls of (two) different colors in the urn after a certain period of time. Read More

Cutting planes are derived from specific problem structures, such as a single linear constraint from an integer program. This paper introduces cuts that involve minimal structural assumptions, enabling the generation of strong polyhedral relaxations for a broad class of problems. We consider valid inequalities for the set $S\cap P$, where $S$ is a closed set, and $P$ is a polyhedron. Read More

With current efforts to design Future Internet Architectures (FIAs), the evaluation and comparison of different proposals is an interesting research challenge. Previously, metrics such as bandwidth or latency have commonly been used to compare FIAs to IP networks. We suggest the use of power consumption as a metric to compare FIAs. Read More

An unusual Fe-H bonding rather than conventional OH bonding is identified at Fe3O4 (001) surface. This abnormal behavior is associated with the oxygen vacancies which exist on the surface region but also penetrate deep into the bulk Fe3O4. In contrast, OH bonding becomes preferential as generally expected on an ozone processed surface, which has appreciably less oxygen vacancies. Read More

Double-layered Sr3Ru2O7 has received phenomenal consideration because it exhibits a plethora of exotic phases when perturbed. New phases emerge with the application of pressure, magnetic field, or doping. Here we show that creating a surface is an alternative and effective way to reveal hidden phases that are different from those seen in the bulk by investigating the surface properties of Sr3(Ru1-xMnx)2O7. Read More

In this paper, we propose a novel method for image inpainting based on a Deep Convolutional Generative Adversarial Network (DCGAN). We define a loss function consisting of two parts: (1) a contextual loss that preserves similarity between the input corrupted image and the recovered image, and (2) a perceptual loss that ensures a perceptually realistic output image. Given a corrupted image with missing values, we use back-propagation on this loss to map the corrupted image to a smaller latent space. Read More

The task of estimating the spatial layout of cluttered indoor scenes from a single RGB image is addressed in this work. Existing solutions to this problems largely rely on hand-craft features and vanishing lines, and they often fail in highly cluttered indoor rooms. The proposed coarse-to-fine indoor layout estimation (CFILE) method consists of two stages: 1) coarse layout estimation; and 2) fine layout localization. Read More

There is a neglected fact in the traditional machine learning methods that the data sampling can actually lead to the solution sampling. We consider this observation to be important because having the solution sampling available makes the variable distribution estimation, which is a problem in many learning-related applications, more tractable. In this paper, we implement this idea on correlation filter, which has attracted much attention in the past few years due to its high performance with a low computational cost. Read More

**Authors:**Juan Pablo Llinas, Andrew Fairbrother, Gabriela Borin Barin, Wu Shi, Kyunghoon Lee, Shuang Wu, Byung Yong Choi, Rohit Braganza, Jordan Lear, Nicholas Kau, Wonwoo Choi, Chen Chen, Zahra Pedramrazi, Tim Dumslaff, Akimitsu Narita, Xinliang Feng, Klaus Müllen, Felix Fischer, Alex Zettl, Pascal Ruffieux, Eli Yablonovitch, Michael Crommie, Roman Fasel, Jeffrey Bokor

Bottom-up synthesized GNRs and GNR heterostructures have promising electronic properties for high performance field effect transistors (FETs) and ultra-low power devices such as tunnelling FETs. However, the short length and wide band gap of these GNRs have prevented the fabrication of devices with the desired performance and switching behaviour. Here, by fabricating short channel (Lch ~20 nm) devices with a thin, high-k gate dielectric and a 9-atom wide (0. Read More

An approach that extracts global attributes from outdoor images to facilitate geometric layout labeling is investigated in this work. The proposed Global-attributes Assisted Labeling (GAL) system exploits both local features and global attributes. First, by following a classical method, we use local features to provide initial labels for all super-pixels. Read More

Multiscale modelling aims to systematically construct macroscale models of materials with fine microscale structure. However, macroscale boundary conditions are typically not systematically derived, but rely on heuristic arguments, potentially resulting in a macroscale model which fails to adequately capture the behaviour of the microscale system. We derive the macroscale boundary conditions of the macroscale model for longitudinal wave propagation on a lattice with periodically varying density and elasticity. Read More

Textual data such as tags, sentence descriptions are combined with visual cues to reduce the semantic gap for image retrieval applications in today's Multimodal Image Retrieval (MIR) systems. However, all tags are treated as equally important in these systems, which may result in misalignment between visual and textual modalities during MIR training. This will further lead to degenerated retrieval performance at query time. Read More

We describe expressions for pion and kaon dressed-quark distribution functions that incorporate contributions from gluons which bind quarks into these mesons and hence overcome a flaw of the commonly used handbag approximation. The distributions therewith obtained are purely valence in character, ensuring that dressed-quarks carry all a meson's momentum at a characteristic hadronic scale and vanishing as $(1-x)^2$ when Bjorken-$x\to 1$. Comparing such distributions within the pion and kaon, it is apparent that the size of SU(3)-flavour symmetry breaking in meson parton distribution functions is modulated by the flavour dependence of dynamical chiral symmetry breaking. Read More

Linear systems of structural equations have been recently investigated to reveal the structures of genome-wide gene interactions in biological systems. However, building such a system usually involves a huge number of endogenous variables and even more exogenous variables, and hence demands a powerful statistical method which limits memory consumption and avoids intensive computation. We propose a two-stage penalized least squares method to build large systems of structural equations. Read More

Consensus conditions and convergence speeds are crucial for distributed consensus algorithms of networked systems. Based on a basic first-order average-consensus protocol with time-varying topologies and additive noises, this paper first investigates its critical consensus condition on network topology by stochastic approximation frameworks. A new joint-connectivity condition called extensible joint-connectivity that contains a parameter $\delta$ (termed the extensible exponent) is proposed. Read More

**Authors:**Chen Chen

^{1}, Limin Jia

^{2}, Hao Xu

^{3}, Cheng Luo

^{4}, Wenchao Zhou

^{5}, Boon Thau Loo

^{6}

**Affiliations:**

^{1}University of Pennsylvania,

^{2}Carnegie Mellon University,

^{3}University of Pennsylvania,

^{4}University of Pennsylvania,

^{5}Georgetown University,

^{6}University of Pennsylvania

The Internet, as it stands today, is highly vulnerable to attacks. However, little has been done to understand and verify the formal security guarantees of proposed secure inter-domain routing protocols, such as Secure BGP (S-BGP). In this paper, we develop a sound program logic for SANDLog-a declarative specification language for secure routing protocols for verifying properties of these protocols. Read More

A confining, symmetry-preserving, Dyson-Schwinger equation treatment of a vector-vector contact interaction is used to formulate Faddeev equations for the nucleon and Delta-baryon in which the kernel involves dynamical dressed-quark exchange and whose solutions therefore provide momentum-dependent Faddeev amplitudes. These solutions are compared with those obtained in the static approximation and with a QCD-kindred formulation of the Faddeev kernel. They are also used to compute a range of nucleon properties, amongst them: the proton's sigma-term; the large Bjorken-x values of separate ratios of unpolarised and longitudinally-polarised valence u- and d-quark parton distribution functions; and the proton's tensor charges, which enable one to directly determine the effect of dressed-quark electric dipole moments (EDMs) on neutron and proton EDMs. Read More

We present HORNET, a system that enables high-speed end-to-end anonymous channels by leveraging next generation network architectures. HORNET is designed as a low-latency onion routing system that operates at the network layer thus enabling a wide range of applications. Our system uses only symmetric cryptography for data forwarding yet requires no per-flow state on intermediate nodes. Read More

Multiscale modelling methodologies build macroscale models of materials with complicated fine microscale structure. We propose a methodology to derive boundary conditions for the macroscale model of a prototypical non-linear heat exchanger. The derived macroscale boundary conditions improve the accuracy of macroscale model. Read More

Network coding is famous for significantly improving the throughput of networks. The successful decoding of the network coded data relies on some side information of the original data. In that framework, independent data flows are usually first decoded and then network coded by relay nodes. Read More

We compute all kaon and pion parton distribution amplitudes (PDAs) to twist-three and find that only the pseudotensor PDA can reasonably be approximated by its conformal limit expression. At terrestrially accessible energy scales, the twist-two and pseudoscalar twist-three PDAs differ significantly from those functions commonly associated with their forms in QCD's conformal limit. In all amplitudes studied, SU(3) flavour-symmetry breaking is typically a 13% effect. Read More

In this paper, we propose a novel algorithm for analysis-based sparsity reconstruction. It can solve the generalized problem by structured sparsity regularization with an orthogonal basis and total variation regularization. The proposed algorithm is based on the iterative reweighted least squares (IRLS) model, which is further accelerated by the preconditioned conjugate gradient method. Read More

In this paper, we propose a novel method for image fusion with a high-resolution panchromatic image and a low-resolution multispectral image at the same geographical location. The fusion is formulated as a convex optimization problem which minimizes a linear combination of a least-squares fitting term and a dynamic gradient sparsity regularizer. The former is to preserve accurate spectral information of the multispectral image, while the latter is to keep sharp edges of the high-resolution panchromatic image. Read More

We study an approach to chiral gauge theories on the lattice that involves decoupling "mirror" fermions from a vector-like theory. We have computed the polarization tensor in the "3-4-5" theory and find a directional discontinuity that appears to be nonzero in the continuum limit. This strongly suggests that the mirror fermions do not decouple. Read More

Recently developed processes have enabled bottom-up chemical synthesis of graphene nanoribbons (GNRs) with precise atomic structure. These GNRs are ideal candidates for electronic devices because of their uniformity, extremely narrow width below 1 nm, atomically perfect edge structure, and desirable electronic properties. Here, we demonstrate nanoscale chemically synthesized GNR field-effect transistors, made possible by development of a new layer transfer process. Read More

Predictions obtained with a confining, symmetry-preserving treatment of a vector-vector contact interaction at leading-order in a widely used truncation of QCD's Dyson-Schwinger equations are presented for \Delta and \Omega baryon elastic form factors and the \gamma N -> \Delta transition form factors. This simple framework produces results that are practically indistinguishable from the best otherwise available, an outcome which highlights that the key to describing many features of baryons and unifying them with the properties of mesons is a veracious expression of dynamical chiral symmetry breaking in the hadron bound-state problem. The following specific results are of particular interest. Read More

The \gamma* N -> \Delta(1232) transition is a window on hadron shape deformation, the applicability of perturbative QCD at moderate momentum transfers, and the influence of nonperturbative phenomena on hadronic observables. We explain that the Ash-convention magnetic transition form factor must fall faster than the neutron's magnetic form factor and nonzero values for the associated quadrupole ratios reveal the impact of quark orbital angular momentum within the nucleon and \Delta(1232); and show that these quadrupole ratios do approach their predicted asymptotic limits, albeit slowly. Read More

Elastic and semileptonic transition form factors for the kaon and pion are calculated using the leading-order in a global-symmetry-preserving truncation of the Dyson-Schwinger equations and a momentum-independent form for the associated kernels in the gap and Bethe-Salpeter equations. The computed form factors are compared both with those obtained using the same truncation but an interaction that preserves the one-loop renormalisation-group behaviour of QCD and with data. The comparisons show that: in connection with observables revealed by probes with |Q^2|<~ M^2, where M~0. Read More

An approach to the formulation of chiral gauge theories on the lattice is to start with a vector-like theory, but decouple one chirality (the "mirror" fermions) using strong Yukawa interactions with a chirally coupled "Higgs" field. While this is an attractive idea, its viability needs to be tested with nonperturbative studies. The model that we study here, the so-called "3-4-5" model, is anomaly free and the presence of massless states in the mirror sector is not required by anomaly matching arguments, in contrast to the "1-0" model that was studied previously. Read More

Galaxy clusters are the most massive objects in the Universe and comprise a high-temperature intracluster medium of about 10^7 K, believed to offer a main foreground effect for cosmic microwave background (CMB) data in the form of the thermal Sunyaev-Zel'dovich (SZ) effect. This assumption has been confirmed by SZ signal detection in hundreds of clusters but, in comparison with the huge numbers of clusters within optically selected samples from Sloan Digital Sky Survey (SDSS) data, this only accounts for a few per cent of clusters. Here we introduce a model-independent new method to confirm the assumption that most galaxy clusters can offer the thermal SZ signal as their main foreground effect. Read More

In this paper, we investigate a new compressive sensing model for multi-channel sparse data where each channel can be represented as a hierarchical tree and different channels are highly correlated. Therefore, the full data could follow the forest structure and we call this property as \emph{forest sparsity}. It exploits both intra- and inter- channel correlations and enriches the family of existing model-based compressive sensing theories. Read More

**Authors:**Chen Chen

^{1}, Yun Chen

^{2}, Na Ding

^{3}, Jia-Chin Lin

^{4}, Xiaoyang Zeng

^{5}, Defeng

^{6}, Huang

**Affiliations:**

^{1}David,

^{2}David,

^{3}David,

^{4}David,

^{5}David,

^{6}David

In this paper, a novel technique is proposed to address the joint sampling timing acquisition for baseband and broadband power-line communication (BB-PLC) systems using Orthogonal-Frequency-Division-Multiplexing (OFDM), including the sampling phase offset (SPO) and the sampling clock offset (SCO). Under pairwise correlation and joint Gaussian assumption of received signals in frequency domain, an approximated form of the log-likelihood function is derived. Instead of a high complexity two-dimension grid-search on the likelihood function, a five-step method is employed for accurate estimations. Read More

This paper presents a novel algorithm for residual phase estimation in wireless OFDM systems, including the carrier frequency offset (CFO) and the sampling frequency offset (SFO). The subcarriers are partitioned into several regions which exhibit pairwise correlations. The phase increment between successive OFDM blocks is exploited which can be estimated by two estimators with different computational loads. Read More

The success of "infinite-inventory" retailers such as Amazon.com and Netflix has been largely attributed to a "long tail" phenomenon. Although the majority of their inventory is not in high demand, these niche products, unavailable at limited-inventory competitors, generate a significant fraction of total revenue in aggregate. Read More

We describe a calculation of the spectrum of strange and nonstrange hadrons that simultaneously correlates the dressed-quark-core masses of meson and baryon ground- and excited-states within a single framework. The foundation for this analysis is a symmetry-preserving Dyson-Schwinger equation treatment of a vector-vector contact interaction. Our results exemplify and highlight the deep impact of dynamical chiral symmetry breaking on the hadron spectrum: an accurate description of the meson spectrum entails a similarly successful prediction of the spectrum of baryons, including those with strangeness. Read More

We study supercurrent conservation for the four-dimensional Wess-Zumino model formulated on the lattice. The formulation is one that has been discussed several times, and uses Ginsparg-Wilson fermions of the overlap (Neuberger) variety, together with an auxiliary fermion (plus superpartners), such that a lattice version of U(1)_R symmetry is exactly preserved in the limit of vanishing bare mass. We show that the almost naive supercurrent is conserved at one loop. Read More

We numerically evaluate the one-loop counterterms for the four-dimensional Wess-Zumino model formulated on the lattice using Ginsparg-Wilson fermions of the overlap (Neuberger) variety, together with an auxiliary fermion (plus superpartners), such that a lattice version of $U(1)_R$ symmetry is exactly preserved in the limit of vanishing bare mass. We confirm previous findings by other authors that at one loop there is no renormalization of the superpotential in the lattice theory, but that there is a mismatch in the wavefunction renormalization of the auxiliary field. We study the range of the Dirac operator that results when the auxiliary fermion is integrated out, and show that localization does occur, but that it is less pronounced than the exponential localization of the overlap operator. Read More