Cong Wang

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Publications Authored By Cong Wang

Data deduplication is able to effectively identify and eliminate redundant data and only maintain a single copy of files and chunks. Hence, it is widely used in cloud storage systems to save storage space and network bandwidth. However, the occurrence of deduplication can be easily identified by monitoring and analyzing network traffic, which leads to the risk of user privacy leakage. Read More

This paper considers generic unbalanced and multiphase distribution systems and develops a load-flow algorithm based on a fixed-point interpretation of the AC power-flow equations. Explicit conditions for existence and uniqueness of load-flow solutions are presented. These conditions also guarantee convergence of the load-flow algorithm to the unique power-flow solution. Read More

The repetition rate of a Kerr comb comprising a single soliton in an anomalous dispersion silicon nitride microcavity is measured as a function of pump frequency tuning. The contributions from the Raman soliton self-frequency shift (SSFS) and from thermal effects are evaluated both experimentally and theoretically; the SSFS is found to dominate the changes in repetition rate. The relationship between the changes in repetition rate and pump frequency detuning is found to be independent of the nonlinearity coefficient and dispersion of the cavity. Read More

The emerging paradigm of Information-Centric Networking is an exciting field of research, opening opportunities in many areas, such as forwarding strategies, caching placement policies, applications (e.g. video streaming and instant messaging), to name a few. Read More

Kerr nonlinearity based frequency combs and solitons have been generated from on-chip optical microresonators with high quality factors and global or local anomalous dispersion. However, fabrication of such resonators usually requires materials and/or processes that are not standard in semiconductor manufacturing facilities. Moreover, in certain frequency regimes such as visible and ultra-violet, the large normal material dispersion makes it extremely difficult to achieve anomalous dispersion. Read More

We present explicit sufficient conditions that guarantee the existence and uniqueness of the feasible load-flow solution for distribution networks with a generic topology (radial or meshed) modeled with positive sequence equivalents. In the problem, we also account for the presence of shunt elements. The conditions have low computational complexity and thus can be efficiently verified in a real system. Read More

We study the $\gamma\gamma\rightarrow M^{+}M^{-}(M=\pi, K)$ processes with the contributions from the two-particle twist-2 and twist-3 distribution amplitudes of pion and kaon mesons on BHL prescription in the standard hard-scattering approach. The results show that the contributions from twist-3 parts are actually not power suppressed comparing with the leading-twist contributions and the cross sections agree well with the experimental data in the two-photon center-of-mass energy $W>2.8$ GeV. Read More

Information transmission is a key element for information processing in the brain. A number of mechanisms have been proposed for transferring volleys of spikes between layers of a feedforward neural circuit. Many of these mechanisms use synchronous activity to provide windows in time when spikes may be transferred more easily from layer to layer. Read More

The $\alpha$-$\gamma$ transition in cerium has been studied in both zero and finite temperature by Gutzwiller density functional theory. We find that the first order transition between $\alpha$ and $\gamma$ phases persists to the zero temperature with negative pressure. By further including the entropy contributed by both electronic quasi-particles and lattice vibration, we obtain the total free energy at given volume and temperature, from which we obtain the $\alpha$-$\gamma$ transition from the first principle calculation. Read More

Excitons, electron-hole pairs bound by the Coulomb potential, are fundamental quasiparticles of coherent light-matter interaction energizing processes from photosynthesis to optoelectronics. Excitons are observed in semiconductors, and their existence is implicit in the quantum theory of metals, yet their appearance is tenuous due to the screening of the Coulomb interaction on few femtosecond timescale. Here we present direct evidence for the dominant transient excitonic response at a Ag(111) surface, which precedes the full screening of the Coulomb interaction, in the course of a three-photon photoemission process with <15 femtosecond laser pulses. Read More

Using quantum molecular dynamics simulations, we show that the electrical and optical properties of fluid iron change drastically from compressed to expanded regime. The simulation results reproduce the main trends of the electrical resistivity along isochores and are found to be in good agreement with experimental data. The transition of expanded fluid iron into a nonmetallic state takes place close to the density at which the constant volume derivative of the electrical resistivity on internal energy becomes negative. Read More

Thermophysical properties of hydrogen, helium, and hydrogen-helium mixtures have been investigated in the warm dense matter regime at electron number densities ranging from $6.02\times10^{29}\sim2.41\times10^{30}$/m$^{3}$ and temperatures from 4000 to 20000 K via quantum molecular dynamics simulations. Read More

Wide range equation of state (EOS) for liquid hydrogen is ultimately built by combining two kinds of density functional theory (DFT) molecular dynamics simulations, namely, first-principles molecular dynamics simulations and orbital-free molecular dynamics simulations. Specially, the present introduction of short cutoff radius pseudopotentials enables the hydrogen EOS to be available in the range $9.82\times10^{-4}$ to $1. Read More

We have calculated the equation of states, the viscosity and self-diffusion coefficients, and electronic transport coefficients of beryllium in the warm dense regime for densities from 4.0 to 6.0 g/cm$^{3}$ and temperatures from 1. Read More

We have performed first-principles molecular-dynamics simulations based on density-functional theory to study the thermophysical properties of ethane under extreme conditions. We present new results for the equation of state of fluid ethane in the warm dense region. The optical conductivity is calculated via the Kubo-Greenwood formula from which the dc conductivity and optical reflectivity are derived. Read More

The structure of an online social network in most cases cannot be described just by links between its members. We study online social networks, in which members may have certain attitude, positive or negative toward each other, and so the network consists of a mixture of both positive and negative relationships. Our goal is to predict the sign of a given relationship based on the evidences provided in the current snapshot of the network. Read More

Consistent descriptions of the equation of states, and information about transport coefficients of deuterium-tritium mixture are demonstrated through quantum molecular dynamic (QMD) simulations (up to a density of 600 g/cm$^{3}$ and a temperature of $10^{4}$ eV). Diffusion coefficients and viscosity are compared with one component plasma model in different regimes from the strong coupled to the kinetic one. Electronic and radiative transport coefficients, which are compared with models currently used in hydrodynamic simulations of inertial confinement fusion, are evaluated up to 800 eV. Read More

Using quantum molecular dynamic simulations, we have studied the thermophysical properties of warm dense carbon monoxide under extreme conditions. The principal Hugoniot, which is derived from the equation of state, shows excellent agreement with available experimental data up to 67 GPa. The chemical decomposition of carbon monoxide has been predicted at 8 GPa by means of pair correlation function. Read More

We have performed quantum molecular dynamic simulations for warm dense polystyrene at high pressures. The principal Hugoniot up to 790 GPa is derived from wide range equation of states, where contributions from atomic ionizations are semiclassically determined. The optical conductivity is calculated via the Kubo-Greenwood formula, from which the dc electrical conductivity and optical reflectivity are determined. Read More

We study the thermophysical properties of dense helium plasmas by using quantum molecular dynamics and orbital-free molecular dynamics simulations, where densities are considered from 400 to 800 g/cm$^{3}$ and temperatures up to 800 eV. Results are presented for the equation of state. From the Kubo-Greenwood formula, we derive the electrical conductivity and electronic thermal conductivity. Read More

Quantum molecular dynamic simulations have been employed to study the equation of state (EOS) of fluid helium under shock compressions. The principal Hugoniot is determined from EOS, where corrections from atomic ionization are added onto the calculated data. Our simulation results indicate that principal Hugoniot shows good agreement with gas gun and laser driven experiments, and maximum compression ratio of 5. Read More

Quantum molecular dynamic simulations are introduced to study the dynamical, electrical, and optical properties of carbon dioxide under dynamic compressions. The principal Hugoniot derived from the calculated equation of states is demonstrated to be well accordant with experimental results. Molecular dissociation and recombination are investigated through pair correlation functions, and decomposition of carbon dioxide is found to be between 40 and 50 GPa along the Hugoniot, where nonmetal-metal transition is observed. Read More

Quantum molecular dynamic (QMD) simulations have been applied to study the thermophysical properties of liquid xenon under dynamic compressions. The equation of state (EOS) obtained from QMD calculations are corrected according to Saha equation, and contributions from atomic ionization, which are of predominance in determining the EOS at high temperature and pressure, are considered. For the pressures below 160 GPa, the necessity in accounting for the atomic ionization has been demonstrated by the Hugoniot curve, which shows excellent agreement with previous experimental measurements, and three levels of ionization have been proved to be sufficient at this stage. Read More

Quantum molecular dynamic (QMD) simulations are introduced to study the thermophysical properties of liquid deuterium under shock compression. The principal Hugoniot is determined from the equation of states, where contributions from molecular dissociation and atomic ionization are also added onto the QMD data. At pressures below 100 GPa, our results show that the local maximum compression ratio of 4. Read More

We employ quantum molecular dynamic simulations to investigate the behavior of benzene under shock conditions. The principal Hugoniot derived from the equation of state is determined. We compare our firs-principles results with available experimental data and provide predictions of chemical reactions for shocked benzene. Read More

Quantum molecular dynamic simulations are introduced to study the shock compressed oxygen. The principal Hugoniot points derived from the equation of state agree well with the available experimental data. With the increase of pressure, molecular dissociation is observed. Read More