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Publications Authored By H. Jiang

We calculate the $D^0$-$\overline{D}^0$ mixing parameter $y$ in the factorization-assisted topological-amplitude (FAT) approach, considering contributions from $D^{0}\to PP$, $PV$, and $VV$ modes, where $P$ ($V$) stands for a pseudoscalar (vector) meson. The $D^{0}\to PP$ and $PV$ decay amplitudes are extracted in the FAT approach, and the $D^{0}\to VV$ ones with final states in the longitudinal polarization are estimated via the parameter set for $D^{0}\to PV$. It is found that the $VV$ contribution to $y$, being of order of $10^{-4}$, is negligible, and that the $PP$ and$PV$ contributions amount only up to $y_{PP+PV}=(0. Read More

In the Best-$K$ identification problem (Best-$K$-Arm), we are given $N$ stochastic bandit arms with unknown reward distributions. Our goal is to identify the $K$ arms with the largest means with high confidence, by drawing samples from the arms adaptively. This problem is motivated by various practical applications and has attracted considerable attention in the past decade. Read More

A recent version of statistical associating fluid theory (SAFT), namely SAFT2, is coupled with the van der Waals and Platteeuw theory to study the alkane hydrate phase equilibrium conditions. The model is found to provide an accurate representation of the alkane hydrate dissociation conditions with and without inhibitors, such as salts, alcohols, as well as mixed salts and alcohol. Based on SAFT2, a heterosegmented SAFT equation of state is developed to model the thermodynamic properties of aqueous ionic liquid (IL) solutions, which is recently discovered as dual function gas hydrate inhibitors. Read More

In view of the fact that biological characteristics have excellent independent distinguishing characteristics,biometric identification technology involves almost all the relevant areas of human distinction. Fingerprints, iris, face, voice-print and other biological features have been widely used in the public security departments to detect detection, mobile equipment unlock, target tracking and other fields. With the use of electronic devices more and more widely and the frequency is getting higher and higher. Read More

2017May
Authors: D. Ho, P. Peng, C. Bass, P. Collins, A. D'Angelo, A. Deur, J. Fleming, C. Hanretty, T. Kageya, M. Khandaker, F. J. Klein, E. Klempt, V. Laine, M. M. Lowry, H. Lu, C. Nepali, V. A. Nikonov, T. O'Connell, A. M. Sandorfi, A. V. Sarantsev, R. A. Schumacher, I. I. Strakovsky, A. Švarc, N. K. Walford, X. Wei, C. S. Whisnant, R. L. Workman, I. Zonta, K. P. Adhikari, D. Adikaram, Z. Akbar, M. J. Amaryan, S. Anefalos Pereira, H. Avakian, J. Ball, M. Bashkanov, M. Battaglieri, V. Batourine, I. Bedlinskiy, W. J. Briscoe, V. D. Burkert, D. S. Carman, A. Celentano, G. Charles, T. Chetry, G. Ciullo, L. Clark, L. Colaneri, P. L. Cole, M. Contalbrigo, V. Crede, N. Dashyan, E. De Sanctis, R. De Vita, C. Djalali, R. Dupre, A. El Alaoui, L. El Fassi, L. Elouadrhiri, G. Fedotov, S. Fegan, R. Fersch, A. Filippi, A. Fradi, Y. Ghandilyan, G. P. Gilfoyle, F. X. Girod, D. I. Glazier, C. Gleason, W. Gohn, E. Golovatch, R. W. Gothe, K. A. Griffioen, M. Guidal, L. Guo, H. Hakobyan, N. Harrison, K. Hicks, M. Holtrop, S. M. Hughes, Y. Ilieva, D. G. Ireland, B. S. Ishkhanov, E. L. Isupov, D. Jenkins, H. Jiang, H. S. Jo, K. Joo, S. Joosten, D. Keller, G. Khachatryan, A. Kim, W. Kim, A. Klein, V. Kubarovsky, S. V. Kuleshov, L. Lanza, P. Lenisa, K. Livingston, I . J . D. MacGregor, N. Markov, B. McKinnon, T. Mineeva, V. Mokeev, R. A. Montgomery, A Movsisyan, C. Munoz Camacho, G. Murdoch, S. Niccolai, G. Niculescu, M. Osipenko, M. Paolone, R. Paremuzyan, K. Park, E. Pasyuk, W. Phelps, O. Pogorelko, J. W. Price, S. Procureur, D. Protopopescu, M. Ripani, D. Riser, B. G. Ritchie, A. Rizzo, G. Rosner, F. Sabatié, C. Salgado, Y. G. Sharabian, Iu. Skorodumina, G. D. Smith, D. I. Sober, D. Sokhan, N. Sparveris, S. Strauch, Ye Tian, B. Torayev, M. Ungaro, H. Voskanyan, D. P. Watts, M. H. Wood, N. Zachariou, J. Zhang, Z. W. Zhao

We report the first beam-target double-polarization asymmetries in the $\gamma + n(p) \rightarrow \pi^- + p(p)$ reaction spanning the nucleon resonance region from invariant mass $W$= $1500$ to $2300$ MeV. Circularly polarized photons and longitudinally polarized deuterons in $H\!D$ have been used with the CLAS detector at Jefferson Lab. The exclusive final state has been extracted using three very different analyses that show excellent agreement, and these have been used to deduce the {\it{E}} polarization observable for an effective neutron target. Read More

Software companies spend over 45 percent of cost in dealing with software bugs. An inevitable step of fixing bugs is bug triage, which aims to correctly assign a developer to a new bug. To decrease the time cost in manual work, text classification techniques are applied to conduct automatic bug triage. Read More

In the past few years, Generative Adversarial Network (GAN) became a prevalent research topic. By defining two convolutional neural networks (G-Network and D-Network) and introducing an adversarial procedure between them during the training process, GAN has ability to generate good quality images that look like natural images from a random vector. Besides image generation, GAN may have potential to deal with wide range of real world problems. Read More

Developers build all the software artifacts in development. Existing work has studied the social behavior in software repositories. In one of the most important software repositories, a bug repository, developers create and update bug reports to support software development and maintenance. Read More

Fixing bugs is an important phase in software development and maintenance. In practice, the process of bug fixing may conflict with the release schedule. Such confliction leads to a trade-off between software quality and release schedule, which is known as the technical debt metaphor. Read More

The Next Release Problem (NRP) aims to optimize customer profits and requirements selection for the software releases. The research on the NRP is restricted by the growing scale of requirements. In this paper, we propose a Backbone based Multilevel Algorithm (BMA) to address the large scale NRP. Read More

In this paper, we propose a semi-supervised text classification approach for bug triage to avoid the deficiency of labeled bug reports in existing supervised approaches. This new approach combines naive Bayes classifier and expectation-maximization to take advantage of both labeled and unlabeled bug reports. This approach trains a classifier with a fraction of labeled bug reports. Read More

Structural testing is a significant and expensive process in software development. By converting test data generation into an optimization problem, search-based software testing is one of the key technologies of automated test case generation. Motivated by the success of random walk in solving the satisfiability problem (SAT), we proposed a random walk based algorithm (WalkTest) to solve structural test case generation problem. Read More

The next release problem (NRP) aims to effectively select software requirements in order to acquire maximum customer profits. As an NP-hard problem in software requirement engineering, NRP lacks efficient approximate algorithms for large scale instances. The backbone is a new tool for tackling large scale NP-hard problems in recent years. Read More

The weighted Maximum Satisfiability problem (weighted MAX-SAT) is a NP-hard problem with numerous applications arising in artificial intelligence. As an efficient tool for heuristic design, the backbone has been applied to heuristics design for many NP-hard problems. In this paper, we investigated the computational complexity for retrieving the backbone in weighted MAX-SAT and developed a new algorithm for solving this problem. Read More

In this paper, we propose a Hybrid Ant Colony Optimization algorithm (HACO) for Next Release Problem (NRP). NRP, a NP-hard problem in requirement engineering, is to balance customer requests, resource constraints, and requirement dependencies by requirement selection. Inspired by the successes of Ant Colony Optimization algorithms (ACO) for solving NP-hard problems, we design our HACO to approximately solve NRP. Read More

We show that a doped spin-1/2 ladder with antiferromagnetic intra-chain and ferromagnetic inter-chain coupling is a symmetry protected topologically non-trivial Luttinger liquid. Turning on a large easy-plane spin anisotropy drives the system to a topologically-trivial Luttinger liquid. Both phases have full spin gaps and exhibit power-law superconducting pair correlation. Read More

With electron and hole pockets touching at the Weyl node, type-II Weyl semimetal is a newly proposed topological state distinct from its type-I cousin. We numerically study the localization effect for tilted type-I as well as type-II Weyl semimetals and give the global phase diagram. For dis- ordered type-I Weyl semimetal, an intermediate three-dimensional quantum anomalous Hall phase is confirmed between Weyl semimetal phase and diffusive metal phase. Read More

The existence of doubly heavy baryons have not been well established in experiments so far. Searching for them is one of the important purposes at the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) where plenty of heavy quarks have been generated. In this Letter we study the weak decays of doubly charmed baryons, $\Xi_{cc}^{++}$ and $\Xi_{cc}^{+}$, using the light-front quark model to calculate the transition form factors and firstly considering the rescattering mechanism for the long-distance contributions to predict the corresponding branching fractions. Read More

2017Mar
Authors: CLAS Collaboration, I. Bedlinskiy, V. Kubarovsky, P. Stoler, K. P. Adhikari, Z. Akbar, S. Anefalos Pereira, H. Avakian, J. Ball, N. A. Baltzell, M. Battaglieri, V. Batourine, A. S. Biselli, S. Boiarinov, W. J. Briscoe, V. D. Burkert, T. Cao, D. S. Carman, A. Celentano, S. Chandavar, G. Charles, G. Ciullo, L. Clark, L. Colaneri, P. L. Cole, M. Contalbrigo, V. Crede, A. D'Angelo, N. Dashyan, R. De Vita, E. De Sanctis, A. Deur, C. Djalali, R. Dupre, A. El Alaoui, L. El Fassi, L. Elouadrhiri, P. Eugenio, E. Fanchini, G. Fedotov, R. Fersch, A. Filippi, J. A. Fleming, T. A. Forest, M. Garçon, N. Gevorgyan, Y. Ghandilyan, G. P. Gilfoyle, K. L. Giovanetti, F. X. Girod, C. Gleason, E. Golovatch, R. W. Gothe, K. A. Griffioen, M. Guidal, L. Guo, K. Hafidi, H. Hakobyan, C. Hanretty, N. Harrison, M. Hattawy, K. Hicks, S. M. Hughes, C. E. Hyde, Y. Ilieva, D. G. Ireland, B. S. Ishkhanov, E. L. Isupov, D. Jenkins, H. Jiang, H. S. Jo, K. Joo, S. Joosten, D. Keller, G. Khachatryan, M. Khachatryan, M. Khandaker, A. Kim, W. Kim, F. J. Klein, S. E. Kuhn, S. V. Kuleshov, L. Lanza, P. Lenisa, K. Livingston, I. J. D. MacGregor, N. Markov, B. McKinnon, Z. E. Meziani, M. Mirazita, V. Mokeev, R. A. Montgomery, A. Movsisyan, C. Munoz Camacho, P. Nadel-Turonski, L. A. Net, A. Ni, S. Niccolai, G. Niculescu, M. Osipenko, A. I. Ostrovidov, M. Paolone, R. Paremuzyan, K. Park, E. Pasyuk, P. Peng, W. Phelps, S. Pisano, O. Pogorelko, J. W. Price, Y. Prok, D. Protopopescu, A. J. R. Puckett, B. A. Raue, M. Ripani, A. Rizzo, G. Rosner, P. Rossi, P. Roy, F. Sabatié, M. S. Saini, C. Salgado, R. A. Schumacher, Y. G. Sharabian, Iu. Skorodumina, G. D. Smith, D. Sokhan, N. Sparveris, S. Stepanyan, I. I. Strakovsky, S. Strauch, M. Taiuti, Ye Tian, B. Torayev, M. Turisini, M. Ungaro, H. Voskanyan, E. Voutier, N. K. Walford, D. P. Watts, X. Wei, L. B. Weinstein, M. H. Wood, M. Yurov, N. Zachariou, J. Zhang, I. Zonta

The cross section of the exclusive $\eta$ electroproduction reaction $ep\to e^\prime p^\prime \eta$ was measured at Jefferson Lab with a 5.75-GeV electron beam and the CLAS detector. Differential cross sections $d^4\sigma/dtdQ^2dx_Bd\phi_\eta$ and structure functions $\sigma_U = \sigma_T+\epsilon\sigma_L, \sigma_{TT}$ and $\sigma_{LT}$, as functions of $t$ were obtained over a wide range of $Q^2$ and $x_B$. Read More

Bug triage is an important step in the process of bug fixing. The goal of bug triage is to assign a new-coming bug to the correct potential developer. The existing bug triage approaches are based on machine learning algorithms, which build classifiers from the training sets of bug reports. Read More

The last several years have seen intensive interest in exploring neural-network-based models for machine comprehension (MC) and question answering (QA). In this paper, we approach the problems by closely modelling questions in a neural network framework. We first introduce syntactic information to help encode questions. Read More

During inflation, massive fields can contribute to the power spectrum of curvature perturbation via a dimension-5 operator. This contribution can be considered as a bias for the program of using $n_s$ and $r$ to select inflation models. Even the dimension-5 operator is suppressed by $\Lambda = M_p$, there is still a significant shift on the $n_s$-$r$ diagram if the massive fields have $m\sim H$. Read More

As code search is a frequent developer activity in software development practices, improving the performance of code search is a critical task. In the text retrieval based search techniques employed in the code search, the term mismatch problem is a critical language issue for retrieval effectiveness. By reformulating the queries, query expansion provides effective ways to solve the term mismatch problem. Read More

When implementing unfamiliar programming tasks, developers commonly search code examples and learn usage patterns of APIs from the code examples or reuse them by copy-pasting and modifying. For providing high-quality code examples, previous studies present several methods to recommend code snippets mainly based on information retrieval. In this paper, to provide better recommendation results, we propose ROSF, Recommending cOde Snippets with multi-aspect Features, a novel method combining both information retrieval and supervised learning. Read More

A continuous energy transfer method that the boundary condition is no longer needed as the solving prerequisite which will be satisfied spontaneously, is built based on transfer matrix method to solve the eigenfunction of arbitrary energy. This kind of eigenstates is generally divergent, and diverging with informations about convergent states. The divergent state will inevitably reach convergent state by self-tuning and exchanging energy with outside in an efficient and concise way. Read More

DBSCAN is one of the most popular clustering algorithms amongst practitioners, but it has received comparatively less theoretical treatment. We show that given $\lambda > 0$ and its parameters set under appropriate ranges, DBSCAN estimates the connected components of the $\lambda$-density level set (i.e. Read More

We report the first result on Ge-76 neutrinoless double beta decay from CDEX-1 experiment at China Jinping Underground Laboratory. A mass of 994 g p-type point-contact high purity germanium detector has been installed to search the neutrinoless double beta decay events, as well as to directly detect dark matter particles. An exposure of 304 kg*day has been analyzed. Read More

In the Google Play store, an introduction page is associated with every mobile application (app) for users to acquire its details, including screenshots, description, reviews, etc. However, it remains a challenge to identify what items influence users most when downloading an app. To explore users' perspective, we conduct a survey to inquire about this question. Read More

As a well-known NP-hard problem, the Three-Index Assignment Problem (AP3) has attracted lots of research efforts for developing heuristics. However, existing heuristics either obtain less competitive solutions or consume too much time. In this paper, a new heuristic named Approximate Muscle guided Beam Search (AMBS) is developed to achieve a good trade-off between solution quality and running time. Read More

Developers increasingly rely on API tutorials to facilitate software development. However, it remains a challenging task for them to discover relevant API tutorial fragments explaining unfamiliar APIs. Existing supervised approaches suffer from the heavy burden of manually preparing corpus-specific annotated data and features. Read More

Developers prefer to utilize third-party libraries when they implement some functionalities and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) are frequently used by them. Facing an unfamiliar API, developers tend to consult tutorials as learning resources. Unfortunately, the segments explaining a specific API scatter across tutorials. Read More

Driven by new software development processes and testing in clouds, system and integration testing nowadays tends to produce enormous number of alarms. Such test alarms lay an almost unbearable burden on software testing engineers who have to manually analyze the causes of these alarms. The causes are critical because they decide which stakeholders are responsible to fix the bugs detected during the testing. Read More

We address the problem of a lightly doped spin-liquid through a large-scale density-matrix renormalization group (DMRG) study of the $t$-$J$ model on a Kagome lattice with a small but non-zero concentration, $\delta$, of doped holes. It is now widely accepted that the undoped ($\delta=0$) spin 1/2 Heisenberg antiferromagnet has a spin-liquid groundstate. Theoretical arguments have been presented that light doping of such a spin-liquid could give rise to a high temperature superconductor or an exotic topological Fermi liquid metal (FL$^\ast$). Read More

We report 3D coherent diffractive imaging of Au/Pd core-shell nanoparticles with 6 nm resolution on 5-6 femtosecond timescales. We measured single-shot diffraction patterns of core-shell nanoparticles using very intense and short x-ray free electron laser pulses. By taking advantage of the curvature of the Ewald sphere and the symmetry of the nanoparticle, we reconstructed the 3D electron density of 34 core-shell structures from single-shot diffraction patterns. Read More

We provide experimental results to show that self-propulsion of Janus particles made by coating platinum on the hemisphere of dielectric particles in hydrogen peroxide solution is similar to selfelectrophoresis. By different surface treatments and measuring the motion of particles and their {\zeta}-potentials, we find that the speed and direction of motion are determined by the {\zeta}-potential in a given concentration of hydrogen peroxide solution. When sign of {\zeta}-potential is changed from negative to positive, the direction of motion reverses from toward non-catalytic side to catalytic side. Read More

A variety of new and interesting correlated states have been predicted in graphene monolayer doped to Van Hove singularities (VHSs) of its density-of-state (DOS). However, tuning the Fermi energy to reach a VHS of graphene by either gating or chemical doping is prohibitively difficult, owning to their large energy distance (3 eV). Therefore, these correlated states, which arise from effects of strong electron-electron interactions at the VHSs, have remained experimentally elusive. Read More

Considerable efforts have been made to trap massless Dirac fermions in graphene monolayer, but only quasi-bound states are realized in continuous graphene sheets up to now. Here, we demonstrate the realization of bound states in nanoscale graphene quantum dots (GQDs) in a continuous graphene sheet. The GQDs are electronically isolated from the surrounding continuous graphene sheet by circular boundaries, which are generated by strong coupling between graphene and substrate. Read More

Massless Dirac fermions in graphene provide unprecedented opportunities to realize the Klein paradox, which is one of the most exotic and striking properties of relativistic particles. In the seminal theoretical work [Katsnelson et al., Nat. Read More

The spin-dependent electron transmission through a helical membrane with account of linear spin-orbit interaction has been investigated by numerically solving the Schr\"odinger equation in cylindrical coordinates . It is shown that the spin precession is affected by the magnitude of geometric parameters and chirality of the membrane. This effect is also explained analytically by using the perturbation theory in the weak coupling regime. Read More

In the spirit of the thin-layer quantization approach, we give the formula of the geometric influences of a particle confined to curved surface. The geometric contributions are defined by the reduced commutation relations of normal directive and its post functions of normal variable. According to the formula, we obtain geometric potential, geometric momentum, geometric orbital angular momentum, geometric linear Rashba and cubic Dresselhaus spin-orbit couplings. Read More

The $K_{S}^{0}-K_{L}^{0}$ asymmetries in the $D$ meson decays, induced by the interference between the Cabibbo-favored and the doubly Cabibbo-suppressed amplitudes, can help to understand the dynamics of charm decays. All possible processes of two-body non-leptonic $D$ decays into one neutral kaon and another pseudoscalar or vector meson are considered. We study the $K_{S}^{0}-K_{L}^{0}$ asymmetries and the branching fractions of corresponding processes in the factorization-assisted topological-amplitude approach in which significant flavor $SU(3)$ symmetry breaking effects are included. Read More

The existing lensless compressive camera ($\text{L}^2\text{C}^2$)~\cite{Huang13ICIP} suffers from low capture rates, resulting in low resolution images when acquired over a short time. In this work, we propose a new regime to mitigate these drawbacks. We replace the global-based compressive sensing used in the existing $\text{L}^2\text{C}^2$ by the local block (patch) based compressive sensing. Read More

Chirality represents a kind of symmetry breaking characterized by the non-coincidence of an object with its mirror image, and has been attracting intense attention in a broad range of scientific areas. The recent realization of spin-orbit coupling in atomic gases provides a new perspective to study quantum states with chirality. Here we demonstrate that the combined effects of spin-orbit coupling and interatomic soft-core interaction can induce an exotic supersolid phase, in which the chiral symmetry is broken and accompanied by the spontaneous emergence of circulating particle current. Read More

The study of continuous phase transitions triggered by spontaneous symmetry breaking has brought revolutionary ideas to physics. Recently, through the discovery of symmetry protected topological phases, it is realized that continuous quantum phase transition can also occur between states with the same symmetry but different topology. Here we study a specific class of such phase transitions in 1+1 dimensions -- the phase transition between bosonic topological phases protected by $Z_n\times Z_n$. Read More

The surface states in three-dimensional (3D) topological insulators (TIs) can be described by a two-dimensional (2D) continuous Dirac Hamiltonian. However, there exists the Fermion doubling problem when putting the continuous 2D Dirac equation into a lattice model. In this letter, we introduce a Wilson term with a zero bare mass into the 2D lattice model to overcome the difficulty. Read More

In this work, we report the pressure dependence of the effective Coulomb interaction parameters (Hubbard U) in paramagnetic NiO within the constrained random phase approximation (cRPA). We consider five different low energy models starting from the most expensive one that treats both Ni-d and O-p states as correlated orbitals (dp-dp model) to the smallest possible two-orbital model comprising the eg states only (eg-eg model). We find that in all the considered models, the bare interactions are not very sensitive to the compression. Read More

A graph is said to be {\it total-colored} if all the edges and the vertices of the graph are colored. A total-coloring of a graph is a {\it total monochromatically-connecting coloring} ({\it TMC-coloring}, for short) if any two vertices of the graph are connected by a path whose edges and internal vertices have the same color. For a connected graph $G$, the {\it total monochromatic connection number}, denoted by $tmc(G)$, is defined as the maximum number of colors used in a TMC-coloring of $G$. Read More

This paper studies dynamic spectrum leasing in a cognitive radio network. There are two spectrum sellers, who are two primary networks, each with an amount of licensed spectrum bandwidth. When a seller has some unused spectrum, it would like to lease the unused spectrum to secondary users. Read More

Upon doping, Mott insulators often exhibit symmetry breaking where charge carriers and their spins organize into patterns known as stripes. For high-Tc superconducting cuprates, stripes are widely suspected to exist in a fluctuating form. Here, we use numerically exact determinant quantum Monte Carlo calculations to demonstrate dynamical stripe correlations in the three-band Hubbard model, which represents the local electronic structure of the Cu-O plane. Read More

Recently rediscovered black phosphorus is a layered semiconductor with promising electronic and photonic properties. Dynamic control of its bandgap can enable novel device applications and allow for the exploration of new physical phenomena. However, theoretical investigations and photoemission spectroscopy experiments performed on doped black phosphorus through potassium adsorption indicate that in its few-layer form, an exceedingly large electric field in the order of several volts per nanometer is required to effectively tune its bandgap, making the direct electrical control unfeasible. Read More