G. Jin - The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration

G. Jin
Are you G. Jin?

Claim your profile, edit publications, add additional information:

Contact Details

Name
G. Jin
Affiliation
The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration
Location

Pubs By Year

Pub Categories

 
Nuclear Experiment (13)
 
Quantum Physics (10)
 
Astrophysics of Galaxies (8)
 
Physics - Optics (6)
 
Nuclear Theory (5)
 
Physics - Atomic Physics (5)
 
High Energy Physics - Experiment (4)
 
Physics - Instrumentation and Detectors (4)
 
Solar and Stellar Astrophysics (3)
 
Physics - Fluid Dynamics (2)
 
Physics - Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect (2)
 
Physics - Materials Science (2)
 
Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (1)
 
Mathematics - Functional Analysis (1)
 
Physics - Data Analysis; Statistics and Probability (1)
 
Computer Science - Networking and Internet Architecture (1)
 
Computer Science - Information Theory (1)
 
High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (1)
 
Mathematics - Information Theory (1)
 
Earth and Planetary Astrophysics (1)
 
Computer Science - Digital Libraries (1)
 
Mathematics - Dynamical Systems (1)
 
Physics - Other (1)
 
Mathematics - Geometric Topology (1)
 
Computer Science - Computation and Language (1)
 
Mathematical Physics (1)
 
Physics - Computational Physics (1)
 
Mathematics - Mathematical Physics (1)
 
Instrumentation and Methods for Astrophysics (1)

Publications Authored By G. Jin

$[Background]$ Measurements of the neutron charge distribution are made difficult by the fact that, with no net charge, the neutron electric form factor, $G^n_E$, is generally much smaller than the magnetic form factor, $G^n_M$. In addition, measurements of these form factors must use nuclear targets which requires accurately accounting for nuclear effects. $[Method]$ The inclusive quasi-elastic reaction $^3\overrightarrow{\rm{He}}(\overrightarrow{e},e')$ was measured at Jefferson Lab. Read More

For the alternating knots or links, mutations do not change the arc index. In the case of nonalternating knots, some semi-alternating knots or links have this property. We mainly focus on the problem of mutation invariance of the arc index for nonalternating knots which are not semi-alternating. Read More

Of late, there has been intense interest in the realization of topological phases in very experimentally accessible classical systems like mechanical metamaterials and photonic crystals. Subjecting them to a time-dependent driving protocol further expands the diversity of possible topological behavior. We introduce a very realistic experimental proposal for a mechanical Floquet Chern insulator using a lattice of masses equipped with time-varying electromagnets. Read More

Yttrium Iron Garnet is the ubiquitous magnetic insulator used for studying pure spin currents. The exchange constants reported in the literature vary considerably between different experiments and fitting procedures. Here we calculate them from first-principles. Read More

We report a novel optical pulse generation method for high-speed wavelength switching of amplified nanosecond (ns) laser pulses resonant to atomic transitions.Under free-running condition, a slave laser diode is blue-detuned with tens of GHz relative to the master laser. A ns pulse chain generated by modulating the continuous-wave master laser with a fiber-pigtailed electro-optical intensity modulator is injected into the slave laser diode to fast switch the slave laser's wavelength back and forth. Read More

Within the framework of the dinuclear system model, production cross sections of proton-rich nuclei with charged numbers of Z=84-90 are investigated systematically. Possible combinations with the $^{28}$Si, $^{32}$S, $^{40}$Ar bombarding the target nuclides $^{165}$Ho, $^{169}$Tm, $^{170-174}$Yb, $^{175,176}$Lu, $^{174,176-180}$Hf and $^{181}$Ta are analyzed thoroughly. The optimal excitation energies and evaporation channels are proposed to produce the proton-rich nuclei. Read More

Within an isospin and momentum dependent transport model, the dynamics of isospin particles (nucleons and light clusters) in Fermi-energy heavy-ion collisions are investigated for constraining the isospin splitting of nucleon effective mass and the symmetry energy at subsaturation densities. The mass splitting of $m^{*}_{n}>m^{*}_{p}$ and $m^{*}_{n}Read More

Squeezed-state interferometry plays an important role in quantum-enhanced optical phase estimation, as it allows the estimation precision to be improved up to the Heisenberg limit by using ideal photon-number-resolving detectors at the output ports. Here we show that for each individual $N$-photon component of the phase-matched coherent $\otimes$ squeezed vacuum input state, the classical Fisher information always saturates the quantum Fisher information. Moreover, the total Fisher information is the sum of the contributions from each individual $N$-photon components, where the largest $N$ is limited by the finite number resolution of available photon counters. Read More

2016Oct

The unpolarized semi-inclusive deep-inelastic scattering (SIDIS) differential cross sections in $^3$He($e,e^{\prime}\pi^{\pm}$)$X$ have been measured for the first time in Jefferson Lab experiment E06-010 performed with a $5.9\,$GeV $e^-$ beam on a $^3$He target. The experiment focuses on the valence quark region, covering a kinematic range $0. Read More

InGaAs/InP single-photon avalanche diodes (SPADs) are widely used in practical applications requiring near-infrared photon counting such as quantum key distribution (QKD). Photon detection efficiency and dark count rate are the intrinsic parameters of InGaAs/InP SPADs, due to the fact that their performances cannot be improved using different quenching electronics given the same operation conditions. After modeling these parameters and developing a simulation platform for InGaAs/InP SPADs, we investigate the semiconductor structure design and optimization. Read More

We investigate single cesium (Cs) atom heating owing to the momentum accumulation process induced by the resonant pulsed excitation in a microscopic optical dipole trap formed by a strongly focused 1064 nm laser beam. The heating depends on the trap frequency which restricts the maximum repetition rate of pulsed excitation. We experimentally verify the heating of a single atom and then demonstrate how to suppress it with an optimized pulsed excitation/cooling method. Read More

Polarized light microscopy using path-entangled $N$-photon states (i.e., the N00N states) has been demonstrated to surpass the shot-noise limit at very low light illumination. Read More

ATLAS LAr calorimeter will perform its Phase-I upgrade during the long shut down (LS2) in 2018, a new LAr Trigger Digitizer Board (LTDB) will be designed and installed. Several commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) multichannel high-speed ADCs have been selected as possible backups of the radiation tolerant ADC ASICs for LTDB. In order to evaluate the radiation tolerance of these back up commercial ADCs, we developed an ADC radiation tolerance characterization system, which includes the ADC boards, data acquisition (DAQ) board, signal generator, external power supplies and a host computer. Read More

High Voltage CMOS sensors are a promising technology for tracking detectors in collider experiments. Extensive R&D studies are being carried out by the ATLAS Collaboration for a possible use of HV-CMOS in the High Luminosity LHC upgrade of the Inner Tracker detector. CaRIBOu (Control and Readout Itk BOard) is a modular test system developed to test Silicon based detectors. Read More

We report on the results of the E06-014 experiment performed at Jefferson Lab in Hall A, where a precision measurement of the twist-3 matrix element $d_2$ of the neutron ($d_{2}^{n}$) was conducted. This quantity represents the average color Lorentz force a struck quark experiences in a deep inelastic electron scattering event off a neutron due to its interaction with the hadronizing remnants. This color force was determined from a linear combination of the third moments of the spin structure functions $g_1$ and $g_2$ on $^{3}$He after nuclear corrections had been applied to these moments. Read More

An 852nm nanosecond laser pulse chain with a high on/off ratio is generated by chopping a continuous-wave laser beam using a Mach-Zehnder-type electro-optic intensity modulator(MZ-EOIM). The detailed dependence of the MZ-EOIM's on/off ratio on various parameters is characterized. By optimizing the incident beam polarization and stabilizing the MZ-EOIM temperature, a static on/off ratio of 12600:1 is achieved. Read More

The electronic structure and magnetic properties of the strongly correlated material La$_2$O$_3$Fe$_2$Se$_2$ are studied by using both the density function theory plus $U$ (DFT+$U$) method and the DFT plus Gutzwiller (DFT+G) variational method. The ground-state magnetic structure of this material obtained with DFT+$U$ is consistent with recent experiments, but its band gap is significantly overestimated by DFT+$U$, even with a small Hubbard $U$ value. In contrast, the DFT+G method yields a band gap of 0. Read More

We show by direct numerical simulation (DNS) that the Lagrangian cross correlation of velocity gradients in homogeneous isotropic turbulence increases at short times, whereas its auto-correlation decreases. Kinematic considerations allow to show that two invariants of the turbulent velocity field determine the short-time velocity gradient correlations. In order to get a more intuitive understanding of the dynamics for longer times, heuristic models are proposed involving the combined action of local shear and rotation. Read More

We analyzed historical and literary documents in Chinese to gain insights into research issues, and overview our studies which utilized four different sources of text materials in this paper. We investigated the history of concepts and transliterated words in China with the Database for the Study of Modern China Thought and Literature, which contains historical documents about China between 1830 and 1930. We also attempted to disambiguate names that were shared by multiple government officers who served between 618 and 1912 and were recorded in Chinese local gazetteers. Read More

Dynamics of pseudoscalar mesons ($\pi$, $\eta$, $K$ and $\overline{K}$ ) and hyperons ($\Lambda$ and $\Sigma$) produced in heavy-ion collisions near threshold energies has been investigated within the Lanzhou quantum molecular dynamics (LQMD) transport model. The in-medium modifications on particle production in dense nuclear matter are implemented in the model through corrections on the elementary cross sections and by inclusion of the meson (hyperon)-nucleon potentials, in which the isospin effects are considered. It is found that the transportation of particles are influenced with the in-medium corrections. Read More

The nearly continuous light curves with micromagnitude precision provided by the space mission Kepler are revolutionising our view of pulsating stars. They have revealed a vast sea of low-amplitude pulsation modes that were undetectable from Earth. The long time base of Kepler light curves allows an accurate determination of frequencies and amplitudes of pulsation modes needed for in-depth asteroseismic modeling. Read More

Spatial clustering and intermittency in the relative velocity of heavy particles of the same size settling in turbulent flows can be strongly affected by gravity. We present a model for the timescale of the fluid velocity gradient seen by particle pairs and propose an effective Kubo number based on this timescale to explain the mechanism of gravity-enhanced clustering. We explore the mechanisms of the gravity-induced reduction or enhancement of the intermittency in the particle radial relative velocity (RRV) at different Stokes numbers based on backward-in-time relative dispersion and preferential sampling of the fluid field. Read More

The precise calculations of the Wigner's d-matrix are important in various research fields. Due to the presence of large numbers, direct calculations of the matrix using the Wigner's formula suffer from loss of precision. We present a simple method to avoid this problem by expanding the d-matrix into a complex Fourier series and calculate the Fourier coefficients by exactly diagonalizing the angular-momentum operator $J_{y}$ in the eigenbasis of $J_{z}$. Read More

Silicon single-photon avalanche diode (SPAD) is a core device for single-photon detection in the visible and the near-infrared range, and widely used in many applications. However, due to limits of the structure design and device fabrication for current silicon SPADs, the key parameters of detection befficiency and timing jitter are often forced to compromise. Here, we propose a nanostructured silicon SPAD, which achieves high detection efficiency with excellent timing jitter simultaneously over a broad spectral range. Read More

2015May
Authors: A. -L. Luo, Y. -H. Zhao, G. Zhao, L. -C. Deng, X. -W. Liu, Y. -P. Jing, G. Wang, H. -T Zhang, J. -R. Shi, X. -Q. Cui, Y. -Q. Chu, G. -P. Li, Z. -R. Bai, Y. Cai, S. -Y. Cao, Z. -H Cao, J. L. Carlin, H. Y. Chen, J. -J. Chen, K. -X. Chen, L. Chen, X. -L. Chen, X. -Y. Chen, Y. Chen, N. Christlieb, J. -R. Chu, C. -Z. Cui, Y. -Q. Dong, B. Du, D. -W. Fan, L. Feng, J. -N Fu, P. Gao, X. -F. Gong, B. -Z. Gu, Y. -X. Guo, Z. -W. Han, B. -L. He, J. -L. Hou, Y. -H. Hou, W. Hou, H. -Z. Hu, N. -S. Hu, Z. -W. Hu, Z. -Y. Huo, L. Jia, F. -H. Jiang, X. Jiang, Z. -B. Jiang, G. Jin, X. Kong, X. Kong, Y. -J. Lei, A. -H. Li, C. -H. Li, G. -W. Li, H. -N. Li, J. Li, Q. Li, S. Li, S. -S. Li, X. -N. Li, Y. Li, Y. -B. Li, Y. -P. Li, Y. Liang, C. -C. Lin, C. Liu, G. -R. Liu, G. -Q. Liu, Z. -G. Liu, W. -Z. Lu, Y. Luo, Y. -D. Mao, H. Newberg, J. -J. Ni, Z. -X. Qi, Y. -J. Qi, S. -Y. Shen, H. -M. Shi, J. Song, Y. -H. Song, D. -Q. Su, H. -J. Su, Z. -H. Tang, Q. -S. Tao, Y. Tian, D. Wang, D. -Q. Wang, F. -F. Wang, G. -M. Wang, H. Wang, H. -C. Wang, J. Wang, J. -N. Wang, J. -L. Wang, J. -P. Wang, J. -X. Wang, L. Wang, M. -X. Wang, S. -G. Wang, S. -Q. Wang, X. Wang, Y. -N. Wang, Y. Wang, Y. -F. Wang, Y. -F. Wang, P. Wei, M. -Z. Wei, H. Wu, K. -F. Wu, X. -B. Wu, Y. Wu, Y. Z. Wu, X. -Z. Xing, L. -Z. Xu, X. -Q. Xu, Y. Xu, T. -S. Yan, D. -H. Yang, H. -F. Yang, H. -Q. Yang, M. Yang, Z. -Q. Yao, Y. Yu, H. Yuan, H. -B. Yuan, H. -L. Yuan, W. -M. Yuan, C. Zhai, E. -P. Zhang, H. W. Zhang, J. -N. Zhang, L. -P. Zhang, W. Zhang, Y. Zhang, Y. -X. Zhang, Z. -C. Zhang, M. Zhao, F. Zhou, X. Zhou, J. Zhu, Y. -T. Zhu, S. -C. Zou, F. Zuo

The Large sky Area Multi-Object Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) General Survey is a spectroscopic survey that will eventually cover approximately half of the celestial sphere and collect 10 million spectra of stars, galaxies and QSOs. Objects both in the pilot survey and the first year general survey are included in the LAMOST First Data Release (DR1). The pilot survey started in October 2011 and ended in June 2012, and the data have been released to the public as the LAMOST Pilot Data Release in August 2012. Read More

In the absence of decay, the conditional dynamics for an opensystem is often describable by a non-Hermitian Hamiltonian. This study investigates spin squeezing (SS) in non-Hermitian one-axis twisting (OAT) model. Somewhat surprisingly, SS close to the limit of Hermitian two-axis counter twisting (TACT) Hamiltonian is achievable for some parameters, which significantly improves upon the optimal value realizable by Hermitian OAT model. Read More

We report the first measurement of the target single-spin asymmetry, $A_y$, in quasi-elastic scattering from the inclusive reaction $^3$He$^{\uparrow}(e,e^\prime)$ on a $^3$He gas target polarized normal to the lepton scattering plane. Assuming time-reversal invariance, this asymmetry is strictly zero for one-photon exchange. A non-zero $A_y$ can arise from the interference between the one- and two-photon exchange processes which is sensitive to the details of the sub-structure of the nucleon. Read More

2015Feb

We report the measurement of beam-target double-spin asymmetries ($A_\text{LT}$) in the inclusive production of identified hadrons, $\vec{e}~$+$~^3\text{He}^{\uparrow}\rightarrow h+X$, using a longitudinally polarized 5.9 GeV electron beam and a transversely polarized $^3\rm{He}$ target. Hadrons ($\pi^{\pm}$, $K^{\pm}$ and proton) were detected at 16$^{\circ}$ with an average momentum $<$$P_h$$>$=2. Read More

We use about 15,000 F/G nearby dwarf stars selected from the LAMOST pilot survey to map the U-V velocity distribution in the solar neighbourhood. An extreme deconvolution algorithm is applied to reconstruct an empirical multi-Gaussian model. In addition to the well known substructures, e. Read More

We present a precise measurement of double-polarization asymmetries in the $^3\vec{\mathrm{He}}(\vec{\mathrm{e}},\mathrm{e}'\mathrm{d})$ reaction. This particular process is a uniquely sensitive probe of hadron dynamics in $^3\mathrm{He}$ and the structure of the underlying electromagnetic currents. The measurements have been performed in and around quasi-elastic kinematics at $Q^2 = 0. Read More

Context. White dwarf-main sequence (WDMS) binaries are used to study several different important open problems in modern astrophysics. Aims. Read More

2014Jun
Affiliations: 1The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 2The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 3The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 4The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 5The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 6The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 7The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 8The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 9The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 10The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 11The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 12The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 13The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 14The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 15The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 16The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 17The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 18The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 19The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 20The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 21The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 22The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 23The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 24The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 25The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 26The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 27The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 28The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 29The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 30The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 31The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 32The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 33The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 34The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 35The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 36The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 37The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 38The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 39The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 40The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 41The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 42The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 43The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 44The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 45The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 46The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 47The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 48The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 49The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 50The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 51The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 52The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 53The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 54The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 55The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 56The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 57The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 58The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 59The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 60The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 61The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 62The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 63The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 64The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 65The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 66The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 67The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 68The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 69The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 70The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 71The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 72The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 73The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 74The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 75The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 76The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 77The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 78The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 79The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 80The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 81The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 82The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 83The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 84The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 85The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 86The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 87The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 88The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 89The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 90The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 91The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 92The Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration

We have performed precision measurements of the double-spin virtual-photon asymmetry $A_1$ on the neutron in the deep inelastic scattering regime, using an open-geometry, large-acceptance spectrometer. Our data cover a wide kinematic range $0.277 \leq x \leq 0. Read More

We report the discovery of 28 candidate high-velocity stars (HVSs) at heliocentric distances of less than 3 kpc, based on the Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) Data Release 1. Our sample of HVS candidates covers a much broader color range than the equivalent ranges discussed in previous studies and comprises the first and largest sample of HVSs in the solar neighborhood. The sufficiently accurate observed and derived parameters for all candidates allow us to ascertain their nature as genuine HVSs, while a subset of 12 objects represents the most promising candidates. Read More

2014Apr
Authors: Y. X. Zhao1, Y. Wang2, K. Allada3, K. Aniol4, J. R. M. Annand5, T. Averett6, F. Benmokhtar7, W. Bertozzi8, P. C. Bradshaw9, P. Bosted10, A. Camsonne11, M. Canan12, G. D. Cates13, C. Chen14, J. -P. Chen15, W. Chen16, K. Chirapatpimol17, E. Chudakov18, E. Cisbani19, J. C. Cornejo20, F. Cusanno21, M. M. Dalton22, W. Deconinck23, C. W. de Jager24, R. De Leo25, X. Deng26, A. Deur27, H. Ding28, P. A. M. Dolph29, C. Dutta30, D. Dutta31, L. El Fassi32, S. Frullani33, H. Gao34, F. Garibaldi35, D. Gaskell36, S. Gilad37, R. Gilman38, O. Glamazdin39, S. Golge40, L. Guo41, D. Hamilton42, O. Hansen43, D. W. Higinbotham44, T. Holmstrom45, J. Huang46, M. Huang47, H. F Ibrahim48, M. Iodice49, X. Jiang50, G. Jin51, M. K. Jones52, J. Katich53, A. Kelleher54, W. Kim55, A. Kolarkar56, W. Korsch57, J. J. LeRose58, X. Li59, Y. Li60, R. Lindgren61, N. Liyanage62, E. Long63, H. -J. Lu64, D. J. Margaziotis65, P. Markowitz66, S. Marrone67, D. McNulty68, Z. -E. Meziani69, R. Michaels70, B. Moffit71, C. Muñoz Camacho72, S. Nanda73, A. Narayan74, V. Nelyubin75, B. Norum76, Y. Oh77, M. Osipenko78, D. Parno79, J. -C. Peng80, S. K. Phillips81, M. Posik82, A. J. R. Puckett83, X. Qian84, Y. Qiang85, A. Rakhman86, R. Ransome87, S. Riordan88, A. Saha89, B. Sawatzky90, E. Schulte91, A. Shahinyan92, M. H. Shabestari93, S. Širca94, S. Stepanyan95, R. Subedi96, V. Sulkosky97, L. -G. Tang98, A. Tobias99, G. M. Urciuoli100, I. Vilardi101, K. Wang102, B. Wojtsekhowski103, X. Yan104, H. Yao105, Y. Ye106, Z. Ye107, L. Yuan108, X. Zhan109, Y. Zhang110, Y. -W. Zhang111, B. Zhao112, X. Zheng113, L. Zhu114, X. Zhu115, X. Zong116
Affiliations: 1Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 2Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 3Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 4Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 5Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 6Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 7Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 8Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 9Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 10Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 11Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 12Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 13Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 14Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 15Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 16Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 17Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 18Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 19Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 20Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 21Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 22Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 23Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 24Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 25Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 26Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 27Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 28Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 29Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 30Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 31Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 32Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 33Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 34Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 35Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 36Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 37Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 38Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 39Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 40Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 41Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 42Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 43Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 44Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 45Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 46Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 47Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 48Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 49Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 50Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 51Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 52Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 53Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 54Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 55Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 56Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 57Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 58Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 59Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 60Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 61Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 62Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 63Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 64Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 65Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 66Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 67Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 68Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 69Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 70Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 71Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 72Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 73Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 74Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 75Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 76Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 77Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 78Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 79Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 80Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 81Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 82Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 83Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 84Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 85Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 86Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 87Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 88Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 89Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 90Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 91Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 92Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 93Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 94Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 95Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 96Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 97Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 98Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 99Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 100Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 101Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 102Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 103Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 104Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 105Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 106Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 107Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 108Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 109Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 110Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 111Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 112Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 113Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 114Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 115Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 116Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration

We report the first measurement of target single spin asymmetries of charged kaons produced in semi-inclusive deep inelastic scattering of electrons off a transversely polarized $^3{\rm{He}}$ target. Both the Collins and Sivers moments, which are related to the nucleon transversity and Sivers distributions, respectively, are extracted over the kinematic range of 0.1$<$$x_{bj}$$<$0. Read More

LAMOST has released more than two million spectra, which provide the opportunity to search for double-peaked narrow emission line (NEL) galaxies and AGNs. The double-peaked narrow-line profiles can be well modeled by two velocity components, respectively blueshifted and redshifted with respect to the systemic recession velocity. This paper presents 20 double-peaked NEL galaxies and AGNs found from LAMOST DR1 using a search method based on multi-gaussian fit of the narrow emission lines. Read More

We present a support vector machine classifier to identify the K giant stars from the LAMOST survey directly using their spectral line features. The completeness of the identification is about 75% for tests based on LAMOST stellar parameters. The contamination in the identified K giant sample is lower than 2. Read More

Optimal measurement scheme with an efficient data processing is important in quantum-enhanced interferometry. Here we prove that for a general binary outcome measurement, the simplest data processing based on inverting the average signal can saturate the Cram\'{e}r-Rao bound. This idea is illustrated by binary outcome homodyne detection, even-odd photon counting (i. Read More

General approach to the multiplication or adjoint operation of $2\times 2$ block operator matrices with unbounded entries are founded. Furthermore, criteria for self-adjointness of block operator matrices based on their entry operators are established. Read More

We report the discovery of a kiloparsec-scale dual active galactic nucleus (AGN) in J0038+4128. From the Hubble Space Telescope (HST) Wide Field Planetary Camera (WFPC2) images, we find two optical nuclei with a projection separation of 4.7 kpc (3. Read More

2014Jan

We studied simultaneously the 4He(e,e'p), 4He(e,e'pp), and 4He(e,e'pn) reactions at Q^2=2 [GeV/c]2 and x_B>1, for a (e,e'p) missing-momentum range of 400 to 830 MeV/c. The knocked-out proton was detected in coincidence with a proton or neutron recoiling almost back to back to the missing momentum, leaving the residual A=2 system at low excitation energy. These data were used to identify two-nucleon short-range correlated pairs and to deduce their isospin structure as a function of missing momentum in a region where the nucleon-nucleon force is expected to change from predominantly tensor to repulsive. Read More

2014Jan
Affiliations: 1Utah, 2RPI, 3NOAO, JINA, 4NAOC, 5SSC, 6UCSC, 7GSU, 8RPI, 9FNAL, 10NAOC, 11NAOC, 12USTC, 13NIAOT

We report the first hypervelocity star (HVS) discovered from the LAMOST spectroscopic survey. It is a B-type star with a heliocentric radial velocity about 620 km/s, which projects to a Galactocentric radial velocity component of ~477 km/s. With a heliocentric distance of ~13 kpc and an apparent magnitude of ~13 mag, it is the nearest bright HVS currently known. Read More

Random basketball routing (BR) \cite {Hwang} is a simple protocol that integrates MAC and multihop routing in a cross-layer optimized manner. Due to its lightness and performance, BR would be quite suitable for sensor networks, where communication nodes are usually simple devices. In this paper, we describe how we implemented BR in a ZigBee-based (IEEE 802. Read More

We present a detailed analysis of spin squeezing of the one-axis twisting model with a many-body phase dephasing, which is induced by external field fluctuation in a two-mode Bose-Einstein condensates. Even in the presence of the dephasing, our analytical results show that the optimal initial state corresponds to a coherent spin state $|\theta_{0}, \phi_0\rangle$ with the polar angle $\theta_0=\pi/2$. If the dephasing rate $\gamma\ll S^{-1/3}$, where $S$ is total atomic spin, we find that the smallest value of squeezing parameter (i. Read More

2013Dec

An experiment to measure single-spin asymmetries in semi-inclusive production of charged pions in deep-inelastic scattering on a transversely polarized $^3$He target was performed at Jefferson Lab in the kinematic region of $0.16Read More

The single-mode Dicke model is well-known to undergo a quantum phase transition from the so-called normal phase to the supperradiant phase (hereinafter called the "superradiant quantum phase transition"). Normally, quantum phase transitions are closely related to the critical behavior of quantities such as entanglement, quantum fluctuations, and fidelity. In this paper, we study quantum Fisher information (QFI) of the field mode and that of the atoms in the ground state of the Dicke Hamiltonian. Read More

2013Nov
Authors: K. Allada1, Y. X. Zhao2, K. Aniol3, J. R. M. Annand4, T. Averett5, F. Benmokhtar6, W. Bertozzi7, P. C. Bradshaw8, P. Bosted9, A. Camsonne10, M. Canan11, G. D. Cates12, C. Chen13, J. -P. Chen14, W. Chen15, K. Chirapatpimol16, E. Chudakov17, E. Cisbani18, J. C. Cornejo19, F. Cusanno20, M. Dalton21, W. Deconinck22, C. W. de Jager23, R. De Leo24, X. Deng25, A. Deur26, H. Ding27, P. A. M. Dolph28, C. Dutta29, D. Dutta30, L. El Fassi31, S. Frullani32, H. Gao33, F. Garibaldi34, D. Gaskell35, S. Gilad36, R. Gilman37, O. Glamazdin38, S. Golge39, L. Guo40, D. Hamilton41, O. Hansen42, D. W. Higinbotham43, T. Holmstrom44, J. Huang45, M. Huang46, H. F Ibrahim47, M. Iodice48, X. Jiang49, G. Jin50, M. K. Jones51, J. Katich52, A. Kelleher53, W. Kim54, A. Kolarkar55, W. Korsch56, J. J. LeRose57, X. Li58, Y. Li59, R. Lindgren60, N. Liyanage61, E. Long62, H. -J. Lu63, D. J. Margaziotis64, P. Markowitz65, S. Marrone66, D. McNulty67, Z. -E. Meziani68, R. Michaels69, B. Moffit70, C. Munoz Camacho71, S. Nanda72, A. Narayan73, V. Nelyubin74, B. Norum75, Y. Oh76, M. Osipenko77, D. Parno78, J. -C. Peng79, S. K. Phillips80, M. Posik81, A. J. R. Puckett82, X. Qian83, Y. Qiang84, A. Rakhman85, R. Ransome86, S. Riordan87, A. Saha88, B. Sawatzky89, E. Schulte90, A. Shahinyan91, M. H. Shabestari92, S. Sirca93, S. Stepanyan94, R. Subedi95, V. Sulkosky96, L. -G. Tang97, A. Tobias98, G. M. Urciuoli99, I. Vilardi100, K. Wang101, Y. Wang102, B. Wojtsekhowski103, X. Yan104, H. Yao105, Y. Ye106, Z. Ye107, L. Yuan108, X. Zhan109, Y. Zhang110, Y. -W. Zhang111, B. Zhao112, X. Zheng113, L. Zhu114, X. Zhu115, X. Zong116
Affiliations: 1Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 2Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 3Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 4Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 5Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 6Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 7Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 8Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 9Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 10Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 11Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 12Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 13Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 14Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 15Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 16Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 17Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 18Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 19Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 20Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 21Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 22Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 23Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 24Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 25Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 26Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 27Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 28Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 29Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 30Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 31Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 32Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 33Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 34Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 35Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 36Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 37Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 38Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 39Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 40Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 41Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 42Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 43Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 44Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 45Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 46Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 47Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 48Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 49Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 50Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 51Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 52Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 53Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 54Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 55Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 56Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 57Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 58Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 59Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 60Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 61Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 62Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 63Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 64Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 65Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 66Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 67Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 68Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 69Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 70Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 71Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 72Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 73Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 74Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 75Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 76Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 77Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 78Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 79Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 80Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 81Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 82Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 83Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 84Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 85Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 86Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 87Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 88Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 89Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 90Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 91Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 92Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 93Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 94Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 95Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 96Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 97Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 98Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 99Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 100Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 101Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 102Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 103Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 104Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 105Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 106Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 107Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 108Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 109Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 110Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 111Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 112Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 113Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 114Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 115Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration, 116Jefferson Lab Hall A Collaboration

We report the first measurement of target single-spin asymmetries (A$_N$) in the inclusive hadron production reaction, $e~$+$~^3\text{He}^{\uparrow}\rightarrow h+X$, using a transversely polarized $^3$He target. The experiment was conducted at Jefferson Lab in Hall A using a 5.9-GeV electron beam. Read More

2013Nov
Affiliations: 1KIAA-PKU, 2Utah, 3Princeton, 4Royal observatory of Belgium, 5BNU, 6BNU, NAOC, 7NAOC, 8USTC, 9NIAOT

We use 12000 stars from Large Sky Area Multi-Object Fiber Spectroscopic Telescope (LAMOST) spectroscopic data to show that the metallicities of Kepler field stars as given in the Kepler Input Catalog (KIC) systematically underestimate both the true metallicity and the dynamic range of the Kepler sample. Specifically, to the first order approximation, we find [Fe/H]_KIC = -0.20 + 0. Read More

2013Nov

We report the first measurement of the target-normal single-spin asymmetry in deep-inelastic scattering from the inclusive reaction $^3$He$^{\uparrow}\left(e,e' \right)X$ on a polarized $^3$He gas target. Assuming time-reversal invariance, this asymmetry is strictly zero in the Born approximation but can be non-zero if two-photon-exchange contributions are included. The experiment, conducted at Jefferson Lab using a 5. Read More

We find that Galactic disk stars near the anticenter exhibit velocity asymmetries in both the Galactocentric radial and vertical components across the mid-plane as well as azimuthally. These findings are based on LAMOST spectroscopic velocities for a sample of ~400,000 F-type stars, combined with proper motions from the PPMXL catalog for which we have derived corrections to the zero points based in part on spectroscopically discovered galaxies and QSOs from LAMOST. In the region within 2 kpc outside the Sun's radius and +/-2 kpc from the Galactic midplane, we show that stars above the plane exhibit net outward radial motions with downward vertical velocities, while stars below the plane have roughly the opposite behavior. Read More