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Earth and Planetary Astrophysics (17)
 
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Publications Authored By G. Zhou

Recently, superconductivity in potassium (K) doped p-terphenyl (C18H14) has been suggested by the possible observation of the Meissner effect and subsequent photoemission spectroscopy measurements, but the detailed lattice structure and more-direct evidence are still lacking. Here we report a low temperature scanning tunneling microscopy/spectroscopy (STM/STS) study on K-doped single layer p-terphenyl films grown on Au (111). We observe several ordered phases with different morphologies and electronic behaviors, in two of which a sharp and symmetric low-energy gap of about 11 meV opens below 50 K. Read More

The flow in a shock tube is extremely complex with dynamic multi-scale structures of sharp fronts, flow separation, and vortices due to the interaction of the shock wave, the contact surface, and the boundary layer over the side wall of the tube. Prediction and understanding of the complex fluid dynamics is of theoretical and practical importance. It is also an extremely challenging problem for numerical simulation, especially at relatively high Reynolds numbers. Read More

In this work, a way starting from beta function is presented for obtaining well-defined coupling constant in UV and IR region. In the approach presented here, obvious singularity is removed, and asymptotic behaviour is reserved fully and manifestly. Also it's shown that the freezed coupling constant is independent of experimental estimates and not sensitive to higher-loop corrections and renormalization scheme adopted. Read More

Discontinuity of gauge theory in the gauge condition $n\cdot\partial n\cdot A=0$, which emerges at $n\cdot k=0$, is studied here. Such discontinuity is different from that one confronts in axial gauge and can not be regularized by conventional analytical continuation method. The Faddeev-Popov determinate of the gauge $n\cdot\partial n\cdot A=0$, which is solved explicitly in the manuscript, behaves like a $\delta$-functional of gauge potentials once singularities in the functional integral is neglected and the length along $n^{\mu}$ direction of the space tends to infinity. Read More

The analytical method of QCD running coupling constant is extended to a model with an all order $\beta-function$ which is inspired by the famous NSVZ N=1 super-symmetric beta function. In the approach presented here, the coupling constant $\alpha_s(\mu^2)$ is determined by a transcendental equation with non-elementary integral of the running scale $\mu$. In our approach $\alpha_s(0)$, which reads 0. Read More

Even though a linguistics-free sequence to sequence model in neural machine translation (NMT) has certain capability of implicitly learning syntactic information of source sentences, this paper shows that source syntax can be explicitly incorporated into NMT effectively to provide further improvements. Specifically, we linearize parse trees of source sentences to obtain structural label sequences. On the basis, we propose three different sorts of encoders to incorporate source syntax into NMT: 1) Parallel RNN encoder that learns word and label annotation vectors parallelly; 2) Hierarchical RNN encoder that learns word and label annotation vectors in a two-level hierarchy; and 3) Mixed RNN encoder that stitchingly learns word and label annotation vectors over sequences where words and labels are mixed. Read More

Tree structures are commonly used in the tasks of semantic analysis and understanding over the data of different modalities, such as natural language, 2D or 3D graphics and images, or Web pages. Previous studies model the tree structures in a bottom-up manner, where the leaf nodes (given in advance) are merged into internal nodes until they reach the root node. However, these models are not applicable when the leaf nodes are not explicitly specified ahead of prediction. Read More

We show that a noetherian ring graded by an abelian group of finite rank satisfies the Auslander condition if and only if it satisfies the graded Auslander condition. In addition, we also study the injective dimension, the global dimension and the Cohen-Macaulay property from the same perspective of that for the Auslander condtion. A key step of our approach is to establish homological relations between a graded ring $R$, its quotient ring modulo the ideal $\hbar R$ and its localization ring with respect to the Ore set $\{\, \hbar^i\, \}_{i\geq0}$, where $\hbar$ is a homogeneous regular normal non-invertible element of $R$. Read More

Semantic segmentation requires a detailed labeling of image pixels by object category. Information derived from local image patches is necessary to describe the detailed shape of individual objects. However, this information is ambiguous and can result in noisy labels. Read More

We generalize the monomorphism category from quiver (with monomial relations) to arbitrary finite dimensional algebras by a homological definition. Given two finite dimension algebras $A$ and $B$, we use the special monomorphism category Mon(B, A-Gproj) to describe some Gorenstein projective bimodules over the tensor product of $A$ and $B$. If one of the two algebras is Gorenstein, we give a sufficient and necessary condition for Mon(B, A-Gproj) being the category of all Gorenstein projective bimodules. Read More

The advance of terahertz science and technology yet lays wait for the breakthrough in high-efficiency and high-power solid-state terahertz sources applicable at room temperature. Plasmon in two-dimensional electron gas (2DEG) has long been pursued as a type of promising active medium for terahertz emitters. However, a high wall-plug efficiency sufficient for high-power operation has not been achieved. Read More

The continuity of the gauge fixing condition $n\cdot\partial n\cdot A=0$ for $SU(2)$ gauge theory on the manifold $R\bigotimes S^{1}\bigotimes S^{1}\bigotimes S^{1}$ is studied here, where $n^{\mu}$ stands for directional vector along $x_{i}$-axis($i=1,2,3$). It is proved that the gauge fixing condition is continuous given that gauge potentials are differentiable with continuous derivatives on the manifold $R\bigotimes S^{1}\bigotimes S^{1}\bigotimes S^{1}$ which is compact. Read More

Machine learning is being deployed in a growing number of applications which demand real-time, accurate, and robust predictions under heavy query load. However, most machine learning frameworks and systems only address model training and not deployment. In this paper, we introduce Clipper, a general-purpose low-latency prediction serving system. Read More

ASTEP (Antarctica Search for Transiting ExoPlanets) is a pilot project that aims at searching and characterizing transiting exoplanets from Dome C in Antarctica and to qualify this site for photometry in the visible. Two instruments were installed at Dome C and ran for six winters in total. The analysis of the collected data is nearly complete. Read More

Semantic segmentation requires a detailed labeling of image pixels by object category. Information derived from local image patches is necessary to describe the detailed shape of individual objects. However, this information is ambiguous and can result in noisy labels. Read More

A gauge condition is presented here to quantize non-Abelian gauge theory on the manifold $R\otimes S^{1}\otimes S^{1}\otimes S^{1}$, which is free from the Gribov ambiguity. Perturbative calculations in the new gauge behave like the axial gauge in ultraviolet region, while infrared behaviours of the perturbative series are quite nontrivial. The new gauge condition, which reads $n\cdot\partial n\cdot A=0$, may not satisfy the requirement that $A^{\mu}(\infty)=0$ in conventional perturbative calculations. Read More

Aiming at automatic, convenient and non-instrusive motion capture, this paper presents a new generation markerless motion capture technique, the FlyCap system, to capture surface motions of moving characters using multiple autonomous flying cameras (autonomous unmanned aerial vehicles(UAV) each integrated with an RGBD video camera). During data capture, three cooperative flying cameras automatically track and follow the moving target who performs large scale motions in a wide space. We propose a novel non-rigid surface registration method to track and fuse the depth of the three flying cameras for surface motion tracking of the moving target, and simultaneously calculate the pose of each flying camera. Read More

Under general boundary conditions we consider the finiteness of the Hausdorff and fractal dimensions of the global attractor for the strong solution of the 3D moist primitive equations with viscosity. Firstly, we obtain time-uniform estimates of the first-order time derivative of the strong solutions in $L^2(\mho)$. Then, to prove the finiteness of the Hausdorff and fractal dimensions of the global attractor, the common method is to obtain the uniform boundedness of the strong solution in $H^2(\mho)$ to establish the squeezing property of the solution operator. Read More

Because they may provide ultrathin, high-flux, and energy-efficient membranes for precise ionic and molecular sieving in aqueous solution, GO membranes (partially oxidized, stacked sheets of graphene) have shown great potential in water desalination and purification, gas and ion separation, biosensors, proton conductors, lithium-based batteries and super-capacitors. Unlike carbon nanotube (CNT) membranes, in which the nanotube pores have fixed sizes, the pores of GO membranes - the interlayer spacing between GO sheets - are of variable size. This presents a challenge for using GO membranes for filtration. Read More

We investigated 10 to 200 nm thick black phosphorus flakes on SiO2/Si and polyimide substrates by Angle-resolved Polarized Raman spectra (ARPRS) using 442 nm excitation wavelength. The results revealed that ARPRS with 442 nm excitation can provide unambiguous, convenient, non-destructive and fast determination of BP's crystallographic orientation. The substrate and thickness dependencies of Raman spectra and Raman tensor elements were studied. Read More

Towards robust and convenient indoor shopping mall navigation, we propose a novel learning-based scheme to utilize the high-level visual information from the storefront images captured by personal devices of users. Specifically, we decompose the visual navigation problem into localization and map generation respectively. Given a storefront input image, a novel feature fusion scheme (denoted as FusionNet) is proposed by fusing the distinguishing DNN-based appearance feature and text feature for robust recognition of store brands, which serves for accurate localization. Read More

During primary transits, the spectral signatures of an exoplanet atmosphere can be measured using transmission spectroscopy. The goal of this work is to accurately measure the atomspheric sodium absorption light curve in HD189733b, correcting for the effects of stellar differential limb-darkening, stellar activity and a "bump" caused by the changing radial velocity of the exoplanet. In fact, due to the high cadence and quality of our data, it is the first time that the last feature can be detected even by visual inspection. Read More

The higher-order gas-kinetic scheme for solving the Navier-Stokes equations has been studied in recent years. In addition to the use of higher-order reconstruction techniques, many terms are used in the Taylor expansion of the gas distribution functions. Therefore, a large number of coefficients need to be determined in the calculation of the time evolution of the gas distribution function at cell interfaces. Read More

Absorbing ball in $H^{1}(\mho)$ is obtained for the strong solution to the three dimensional viscous moist primitive equations under the natural assumption $Q_{1},Q_{2}\in L^{2}(\mho)$ which is weaker than the assumption $Q_{1},Q_{2}\in H^{1}(\mho)$ in $\cite{GH2}$. In view of the structure of the manifold and the special geometry involved with vertical velocity, the continuity of the strong solution in $H^{1}(\mho)$ is established with respect to time and initial data. To obtain the existence of the global attractor for the moist primitive equations, the common method is to obtain the absorbing ball in $H^{2}(\mho)$ for the strong solution to the equations. Read More

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Affiliations: 1Australian National University, 2Australian National University, 3Australian National University, 4Australian National University, 5Australian National University, 6Australian National University, 7Australian National University, 8Australian National University, 9Australian National University, 10Australian National University, 11Australian National University, 12Australian National University, 13Australian National University, 14Australian National University, 15Australian National University, 16Australian National University, 17Australian National University, 18Australian National University, 19Australian National University, 20Australian National University, 21Australian National University, 22Australian National University, 23Australian National University

This paper presents the first major data release and survey description for the ANU WiFeS SuperNovA Program (AWSNAP). AWSNAP is an ongoing supernova spectroscopy campaign utilising the Wide Field Spectrograph (WiFeS) on the Australian National University (ANU) 2.3m telescope. Read More

A combination of the H- stripping and phase space painting method is used to accumulate a high intensity beam in the Rapid Cycling Synchrotron (RCS) of the China Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS). The injection system for CSNS/RCS consists of three kinds of magnets: four direct current magnets (BC1-BC4), eight alternating current magnets (BH1-BH4 and BV1-BV4), two septum magnets (ISEP1 and ISEP2). In this paper, the magnetic measurements of the injection system were introduced and the data analysis was processed. Read More

We report the discovery of five new transiting hot Jupiter planets discovered by the HATSouth survey: HATS-31b through HATS-35b. These planets orbit moderately bright stars with V magnitudes within the range 11.9-14. Read More

Tensor networks have in recent years emerged as the powerful tools for solving the large-scale optimization problems. One of the most popular tensor network is tensor train (TT) decomposition that acts as the building blocks for the complicated tensor networks. However, the TT decomposition highly depends on permutations of tensor dimensions, due to its strictly sequential multilinear products over latent cores, which leads to difficulties in finding the optimal TT representation. Read More

We report six new inflated hot Jupiters (HATS-25b through HATS-30b) discovered using the HATSouth global network of automated telescopes. The planets orbit stars with $V$ magnitudes in the range $\sim 12-14$ and have masses in the largely populated $0.5M_J-0. Read More

We present a maximum-caliber method for inferring transition rates of a Markov State Model (MSM) with perturbed equilibrium populations, given estimates of state populations and rates for an unperturbed MSM. It is similar in spirit to previous approaches but given the inclusion of prior information it is more robust and simple to implement. We examine its performance in simple biased diffusion models of kinetics, and then apply the method to predicting changes in folding rates for several highly non-trivial protein folding systems for which non-native interactions play a significant role, including (1) tryptophan variants of GB1 hairpin, (2) salt-bridge mutations of Fs peptide helix, and (3) MSMs built from ultra-long folding trajectories of FiP35 and GTT variants of WW domain. Read More

We present Doppler tomographic analyses for the spectroscopic transits of KELT-7b and HAT-P-56b, two hot-Jupiters orbiting rapidly rotating F-dwarf host stars. These include analyses of archival TRES observations for KELT-7b, and a new TRES transit observation of HAT-P-56b. We report spin-orbit aligned geometries for KELT-7b (2. Read More

The detailed proof of cancellation of topologically unfactorized infrared divergences in the inclusive production of lepton pair close to the threshold of heavy quarkonia is presented. To make the effects of transition between states containing heavy quark pairs, which is important in such cancellation, the final detected states are constrained to be lepton pair near the threshold of the heavy quarkonia instead of heavy quarkonia themselves. Such cancellation is crucial for the NRQCD factorization of these processes. Read More

During the design of fixed bed adsorbers, it is vital to understand the dynamic adsorption properties of the system. Because temperature is one of the most important factors affecting adsorbent performance, such that the dynamic adsorption coefficients tend to increase as the temperature decreases, the dynamic adsorption characteristics of Xe on a fixed bed adsorber at 77 K were studied in the present work to minimize the volume of fixed bed adsorber, employing a variety of adsorbents under different operational conditions. The results show that the adsorption performance of carbon molecular sieve is superior to that of activated carbon. Read More

We present multi-wavelength photometric monitoring of WD 1145+017, a white dwarf exhibiting periodic dimming events interpreted to be the transits of orbiting, disintegrating planetesimals. Our observations include the first set of near-infrared light curves for the object, obtained on multiple nights over the span of one month, and recorded multiple transit events with depths varying between ~20 to 50 per cent. Simultaneous near-infrared and optical observations of the deepest and longest duration transit event were obtained on two epochs with the Anglo-Australian Telescope and three optical facilities, over the wavelength range of 0. Read More

We develop a new and general method to prove the the existence of the random attractor (strong attractor) for the primitive equations (PEs) of large-scale ocean and atmosphere dynamics under $non$-$periodic$ boundary conditions and driven by infinite-dimensional additive fractional Wiener processes. In contrast to our new method, the common method, compact Sobolev embedding theorem, is to obtain the uniform $a$ $priori$ estimates in some Sobolev space whose regularity is high enough. But this is very complicated for the 3D stochastic PEs with the $non$-$periodic$ boundary conditions. Read More

Protein-protein interaction (PPI) networks, providing a comprehensive landscape of protein interacting patterns, enable us to explore biological processes and cellular components at multiple resolutions. For a biological process, a number of proteins need to work together to perform the job. Proteins densely interact with each other, forming large molecular machines or cellular building blocks. Read More

Recently recurrent neural networks (RNN) has been very successful in handling sequence data. However, understanding RNN and finding the best practices for RNN is a difficult task, partly because there are many competing and complex hidden units (such as LSTM and GRU). We propose a gated unit for RNN, named as Minimal Gated Unit (MGU), since it only contains one gate, which is a minimal design among all gated hidden units. Read More