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Publications Authored By Jun He

A velocity-selective spectroscopy technique for studying the spectra from hot Rydberg gases is presented. This method provides high-resolution measurement of the spectrum interval. Based on this method, the velocity-selective hyperfine splitting of intermediate states is measured, as well as the Doppler-free fine-structure splitting of the Rydberg states via two-photon Rydberg excitation in a room-temperature 133Cs vapor cell. Read More

The 10 MeV accelerator-driven subcritical system (ADS) Injector-I test stand at Institute of High Energy Physics (IHEP) is a testing facility dedicated to demonstrate one of the two injector design schemes [Injector Scheme-I, which works at 325 MHz], for the ADS project in China. The Injector adopted a four vane copper structure RFQ with output energy of 3.2 MeV and a superconducting (SC) section accommodating fourteen \b{eta}g=0. Read More

Invoked by recent observation of the $Y(4390)$ at BESIII, which is about 40 MeV below the $D^*(2010)\bar{D}_1(2420)$ threshold, we investigate possible bound and resonance states from the $D^*(2010)\bar{D}_1(2420)$ interaction with the one-boson-exchange model in a quasipotential Bethe-Salpeter equation approach. A bound state with quantum number $0^-(1^{--})$ can be produced at 4384 MeV from the $D^*(2010)\bar{D}_1(2420)$ interaction, which can be related to experimentally observed $Y(4390)$. Another state with quantum $1^+(1^{+ })$ can be also produced at $4461+i39$ MeV from this interaction. Read More

A 2.8-dB polarization squeezing of the Stokes operator S2 for the rubidium D1 line (795 nm) is achieved, with the lowest squeezing band at an audio frequency of 2.6 kHz. Read More

Based on the experimental data released recently by the CLAS Collaboration, the $f_{1}(1285)$ photoproduction off a proton target is investigated in an effective Lagrangian approach. In our model, $s$-channel, $u$-channel, and $t$-channel Born terms are included to calculate the differential cross sections, which are compared with the recent CLAS experiment. An interpolating Reggeized treatment is applied to the $t$ channel, and it is found that the $t$-channel contribution is dominant in the $f_1(1285)$ photoproduction and the $u$-channel contribution is responsible for the enhancement at backward angles. Read More

In this work, we investigate the possibility of interpreting two nucleon resonances, the $N(1875)$ and the $N(2100)$, as hadronic molecular states from the $\Sigma^*K$ and $\Sigma K^*$ interactions, respectively. With the help of effective Lagrangians in which coupling constants are determined by the SU(3) symmetry, the $\Sigma^*K$ and $\Sigma K^*$ interactions are described by the vector-meson and pseudoscalar-meson exchanges. With the one-boson-exchange potential obtained, bound states from the $\Sigma^*K$ and $\Sigma K^*$ interactions are searched for in a quasipotential Bethe-Saltpeter equation approach. Read More

Since 2003 many charmonium-like states were observed experimentally. Especially those charged charmonium-like $Z_c$ states and bottomonium-like $Z_b$ states cannot be accommodated within the naive quark model, which are good candidates of either the hidden-charm tetraquark states or molecules composed of a pair of charmed mesons. In 2015, the LHCb Collaboration discovered two hidden-charm pentaquark states, which are also beyond the quark model. 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

Recently, LHCb collaboration reported the observation of two hidden-charmed resonances $P_c(4380)$ and $P_c(4450)$ consistent with hidden-charmed pentaquarks. We perform a dynamical investigation about the $\bar{D}\Sigma_c^*(2520)$ and $\bar{D}^*\Sigma_c(2455)$ interactions which are described by the meson exchanges in a quasipotential Bethe-Salpeter equation approach. Two poles around $4450$ and $4390$ MeV are produced from the $\bar{D}^*\Sigma_c(2455)$ interaction with spin parities $3/2^-$ and $5/2^+$, respectively. Read More

Let $\mathcal{U}=\left[ \begin{array}{cc} \mathcal{A} & \mathcal{M} \mathcal{N}& \mathcal{B} \end{array} \right]$ be a generalized matrix ring, where $\mathcal{A}$ and $\mathcal{B}$ are 2-torsion free. We prove that if $\phi :\mathcal{U}\rightarrow \mathcal{U}$ is an additive mapping such that $\phi(U)\circ V+U\circ \phi(V)=0$ whenever $UV=VU=0,$ then $\phi=\delta+\eta$, where $\delta$ is a Jordan derivation and $\eta$ is a multiplier. As its applications, we prove that the similar conclusion remains valid on full matrix algebras, unital prime rings with a nontrivial idempotent, unital standard operator algebras, CDCSL algebras and von Neumann algebras. Read More

Two dimensional (2D) materials, e.g. graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides (TMDs), black phosphorus (BP), have demonstrated fascinating electrical and optical characteristics and exhibited great potential in optoelectronic applications. Read More

We prove that every 2-local derivation from the algebra $M_n(\mathcal{A})(n>2)$ into its bimodule $M_n(\mathcal{M})$ is a derivation, where $\mathcal{A}$ is a unital Banach algebra and $\mathcal{M}$ is a unital $\mathcal{A}$-bimodule such that each Jordan derivation from $\mathcal{A}$ into $\mathcal{M}$ is an inner derivation, and that every 2-local derivation on a C*-algebra with a faithful traceable representation is a derivation. We also characterize local and 2-local Lie derivations on some algebras such as von Neumann algebras, nest algebras, Jiang-Su algebra and UHF algebras. Read More

A linear mapping $\phi$ on an algebra $\mathcal{A}$ is called a centralizable mapping at $G\in\mathcal{A}$ if $\phi(AB)=\phi(A)B=A\phi(B)$ for each $A$ and $B$ in $\mathcal{A}$ with $AB=G$, and $\phi$ is called a derivable mapping at $G\in\mathcal{A}$ if $\phi(AB)=\phi(A)B+A\phi(B)$ for each $A$ and $B$ in $\mathcal{A}$ with $AB=G$. A point $G$ in $\mathcal{A}$ is called a full-centralizable point (resp. full-derivable point) if every centralizable (resp. Read More

We investigate the possibility to study the charmed baryon $\Lambda_c(2940)$ by kaon-induced reaction on a proton target. By assuming the $\Lambda_c(2940)$ as a $pD^{*0}$ molecular state with spin-parity $J^{p}=1/2^{\pm}$, an effective Lagrangian approach was adopted to calculate the cross section, the $D^0p$ invariant mass spectrum and Dalitz plot of the $\Lambda(2940)$ production. The total cross section of the $K^{-}p\to\Lambda_c(2940)D_s^{-}$ reaction is found at an order of magnitude about 10 $\mu$b. Read More

In the one-boson-exchange model, we investigate possible strange hidden-charm pentaquarks produced from the $\Lambda_c\bar{D}_s^*$, $\Sigma_c\bar{D}_s^*$, $\Sigma_c^*\bar{D}_s^*$, $\Xi_c\bar{D}^*$, $\Xi_c'\bar{D}^*$, and $\Xi_c^*\bar{D}^*$ interactions by one-eta and/or one-pion exchanges. The Lagrangians which respect chiral, heavy quark, and hidden local symmetries are adopted to describe the interactions. With such Lagrangians, it is found that the $\Lambda_c\bar{D}_s^*$ and $\Xi_c\bar{D}^*$ interactions are forbidden. Read More

Superconducting proximity effect (SPE) in topological insulator (TI) and superconductor (SC) hybrid structure has attracted intense attention in recent years in an effort to search for mysterious Majorana fermions (MFs) in condensed matter systems. Here we report on the SPE in a Bi2Se3/NbSe2 junction fabricated with an all-dry transfer method. Resulting from the highly transparent interface, two sharp resistance drops are observed at 7 K and 2 K, respectively, corresponding to the superconducting transition of NbSe2 flake and the SPE induced superconductivity in Bi2Se3 flake. Read More

The hidden-charmed pentaquark $P_c(4450)$ and the charmonium-like state $Y(4274)$ are investigated as a $\bar{D}^*\Sigma_c$ and a $D_s\bar{D}_{s0}(2317)$ molecular state, respectively. The spin parities of these two states cannot be well understood if only S-wave $\bar{D}^*\Sigma_c$ and $D_s\bar{D}_{s0}(2317)$ interactions are considered. In this work, the interactions are studied in a quasipotential Bethe-Salpeter equation approach with a partial wave decomposition on spin parity $J^P$, and the contributions of different partial waves are studied in a two-channel scattering model including a generating channel and an observation channel. Read More

We have demonstrated a frequency-stabilized tunable 318.6 nm ultraviolet (UV) laser system for the single-photon 6S1/2 - nP (n = 70 ~ 100) Rydberg excitation of cesium atoms. The 637. 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

We demonstrate a high-power narrow-linewidth ultraviolet (UV) laser system at 318.6 nm for direct 6S1/2-nP (n = 70 to 100) Rydberg excitation of cesium atoms. Based on commercial fiber lasers and efficient nonlinear frequency conversion technology, 2. Read More

We investigate the productiong of $f_2(1270)$ and $f_2^{'}(1525)$ mesons in the $K^{-}p\to\Lambda{}f_2(1270)$,$K^{-}p\to\Lambda{}f^{'}_2(1525)$ and $K^{-}p\to{}K^{+}K^{-}\Lambda$ reactions within an effective Lagrangian approach. For $K^{-}p\to{}f_2\Lambda$ reaction, by considering the contributions from the $t$-channel $K^{+}$ exchange and $u$-channel nucleon pole, we get a fairly good description of the experimental measurements about the total and differential cross sections. Based on the studies of the $K^{-}p\to{}f_2\Lambda$ reaction, we investigate $K^{-}p\to{}K^{+}K^{-}\Lambda$ reaction including the contributions from the $f_2(1270)$ and $f'_2(1525)$ mesons decaying into $K^+K^-$ pair. Read More

We report on a theoretical study of the hidden charm $N^*_{c \bar{c}}$ states in the $\gamma p \to \bar{D}^{*0} \Lambda^+_c$ reaction near threshold within an effective Lagrangian approach. In addition to the contributions from the $s$-channel nucleon pole, the $t$-channel $D^0$ exchange, the $u$-channel $\Lambda^+_c$ exchange and the contact term, we study the contributions from the $N^*_{c \bar{c}}$ states with spin-parity $J^P = 1/2^-$ and $3/2^-$. The total and differential cross sections of the $\gamma p \to \bar{D}^{*0} Lambda^+_c$ reaction are predicted. Read More

In this work, the $K\bar{K}^*$ interaction is studied in a quasipotential Bethe-Salpeter equation approach combined with the one-boson-exchange model. With the help of the hidden-gauge Lagrangian, the exchanges of pseudoscalar mesons ($\pi$ and $\eta$) and vector mesons ($\rho$, $\omega$ and $\phi$) are considered to describe the $K\bar{K}^*$ interaction. Besides the direct vector-meson exchange which can be related to the Weinberg-Tomozawa term, pseudoscalar-meson exchanges also play important roles in the mechanism of the $K\bar{K}^*$ interaction. Read More

We report on efficient generation of second harmonic laser and single-mode vacuum squeezed light of 795 nm with periodically poled KTiOPO4 (PPKTP) crystals. We achieved 111 mW of ultra-violet (UV) light at 397.5 nm from 191 mW of fundamental light with a PPKTP crystal in a doubling cavity, corresponding to a conversion efficiency of 58. 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

We report the generation of narrow-linewidth 637.2 nm laser by single-pass sum-frequency generation (SFG) of two infrared lasers at 1560.5 nm and 1076. Read More

A novel cesium (Cs) two-color magneto-optical trap (TC-MOT), which partially employs the optical radiation forces due to photon scattering of the 6P3/2 (F'=5) - 7S1/2 (F"=4) excited-state transition in the Cs 6S1/2 - 6P3/2 - 7S1/2 (852 + 1470 nm) ladder-type system, has been proposed and experimentally investigated. One of the three pairs of 852 nm cooling/trapping beams (CTBs) in a conventional Cs MOT is replaced with a pair of the 1470 nm CTBs (type-I) or with one 852 nm CTB plus another counter-propagating 1470 nm CTB (type-II). Both the type-I and type-II Cs TC-MOTs can cool and trap atoms on both the red- and blue-detuning sides of the two-photon resonance. Read More

Highly ordered Bi2FeMnO6 epitaxial thin films have been successfully grown on SrTiO3 substrate. Both synchrotron X-ray reciprocal space mapping and high resolution transmission electron microscopy confirmed the alternative alignment of Fe and Mn along [111] direction of Bi2FeMnO6 films. Magnetic and ferroelectric properties of Bi2FeMnO6 films are characterized and analyzed. Read More

We investigate the possibility to study the charmoniumlike state $Z_c(3900)$ through the pion-induced production off a nuclear target. By using a high-energy pion beam, the $Z_c(3900)$ can be produced off a proton or nucleus though the Primakoff effect. The production amplitude is calculated in an effective Lagrangian approach combined with the vector dominance model. Read More

Inspired by the preliminary experimental data by the CLAS Collaboration, the $K^{\ast 0}\Lambda$ photoproduction off a neutron is studied within an effective Lagrangian approach. The contributions from the Born terms including $s$, $u$, and $t$ channels are considered to calculate the amplitude, with which the cross sections are calculated and compared with preliminary CLAS data. The theoretical results indicate that the contribution from the $K$-exchange $t$ channel plays a dominant role for the $K^{\ast 0}\Lambda$ photoproduction. Read More

Based on recent experimental data obtained by the CLAS Collaboration, the $\Sigma(1385)$ photoproduction off a neutron target at laboratory photon energies $E_\gamma$ up to 2.5\,GeV is investigated in an effective Lagrangian approach including $s$-, $u$-, and $t$-channel Born-term contributions. The present calculation does not take into account any explicit $s$-channel baryon-resonance contributions, however, in the spirit of duality, we include $t$-channel exchanges of mesonic Regge trajectories. Read More

An important question in evolutionary computation is how good solutions evolutionary algorithms can produce. This paper aims to provide an analytic analysis of solution quality in terms of the relative approximation error, which is defined by the error between 1 and the approximation ratio of the solution found by an evolutionary algorithm. Since evolutionary algorithms are iterative methods, the relative approximation error is a function of generations. Read More

The octet meson and baryon interaction with strangeness $S=-1$ is studied fully relativistically with chiral Lagrangian. In this work, a Bethe-Salpeter equation approach with spectator quasipotential approximation is applied to study the reactions $K^-p\to MB$ with $MB=K^-p,\bar{K}^0n, \pi^-\Sigma^+,\pi^0\Sigma^0, \pi^+\Sigma^-$ and $\eta \Lambda$ with all possible partial waves and theoretical results are comparable with experimental data. It is found that the Weinberg-Tomozawa potential derived from the lowest order chiral Lagrangian only provides the contributions from partial waves with spin-parities $J^P=1/2^+$ and $1/2^-$. Read More

The nucleon resonances near 2 GeV are investigated through the $\Sigma$(1385) and $\Lambda(1520)$ photoproductions within a Regge-plus-resonance approach based on the new experimental data released by the CLAS Collaboration. The $\Delta(2000)$ and the $N(2120)$ are found essential to reproduce the experimental data and should be assigned as second $[\Delta 5/2^+]$ and third $[N3/2^-]$ in the constituent quark model, respectively. A calculation of the binding energy and decay pattern supports that the $N(1875)$, which is listed in the PDG as the third $N3/2^-$ nucleon resonance instead of the $N(2120)$, is from the $\Sigma(1385)K$ interaction rather than a three quark state. Read More

Solving constrained optimization problems by multi-objective evolutionary algorithms has scored tremendous achievements in the last decade. Standard multi-objective schemes usually aim at minimizing the objective function and also the degree of constraint violation simultaneously. This paper proposes a new multi-objective method for solving constrained optimization problems. Read More

Considering single-meson photo- and electroproduction off a baryon, it is shown how to restore local gauge invariance that was broken by replacing standard Feynman-type meson exchange in the t-channel by exchange of a Regge trajectory. This is achieved by constructing a contact current whose four-divergence cancels the gauge-invariance-violating contributions resulting from all states above the base state on the Regge trajectory. To illustrate the procedure, modifications necessary for the process $\gamma +p \to K^+ + \Sigma^{*0}$ are discussed in some detail. Read More

The explosion of cloud services on the Internet brings new challenges in service discovery and selection. Particularly, the demand for efficient quality-of-service (QoS) evaluation is becoming urgently strong. To address this issue, this paper proposes neighborhood-based approach for QoS prediction of cloud services by taking advantages of collaborative intelligence. Read More

Mobile networks are undergoing fast evolution to software-defined networking (SDN) infrastructure in order to accommodate the ever-growing mobile traffic and overcome the network management nightmares caused by unremitting acceleration in technology innovations and evolution of the service market.Enabled by virtualized network functionalities, evolving carrier wireless networks tend to share radio access network (RAN) among multiple (virtual) network operators so as to increase network capacity and reduce expenses.However, existing RAN sharing models are operator-oriented, which expose extensive resource details, e. Read More

Very recently, two hidden-charmed resonances $P_c(4380)$ and $P_c(4450)$ consistent with pentaquark states were observed at the LHCb detector. The two $P_c$ states locate just below the $\bar{D}\Sigma^*_c$ and $\bar{D}^*\Sigma_c$ thresholds with mass of gaps about 5 and 15 MeV, respectively. Inspired by this fact we perform a dynamical investigation about the $\bar{D}\Sigma_c^*(2520)$ and $\bar{D}^*\Sigma_c(2455)$ interactions which are described by the meson exchanges. Read More

In this paper it is proposed that the charged charmonium-like state $Z_c(3900)$ is a resonance above the threshold from the $D\bar{D}^*$ interaction. The $D\bar{D}^*$ interaction is described by the one-boson exchange model with light meson exchanges plus a short-range $J/\psi$ exchange. The scattering amplitude is calculated within a Bethe-Salpeter equation approach and the poles near the $D\bar{D}^*$ threshold are searched. Read More

In evolutionary optimization, it is important to understand how fast evolutionary algorithms converge to the optimum per generation, or their convergence rate. This paper proposes a new measure of the convergence rate, called average convergence rate. It is a normalised geometric mean of the reduction ratio of the fitness difference per generation. Read More

Multi-objective optimisation is regarded as one of the most promising ways for dealing with constrained optimisation problems in evolutionary optimisation. This paper presents a theoretical investigation of a multi-objective optimisation evolutionary algorithm for solving the 0-1 knapsack problem. Two initialisation methods are considered in the algorithm: local search initialisation and greedy search initialisation. Read More

A nucleon resonance with spin-parity $J^P=3/2^-$ and mass about 2.1 GeV is essential to reproduce the photoproduction cross sections for $\Lambda(1520)$ released by the LEPS and CLAS Collaborations. It can be explained as the third nucleon resonance state $[3/2^-]_3$ in the constituent quark model so that there is no position to settle the $N(1875)$ which is listed in the PDG as the third $N3/2^-$ nucleon resonance. Read More

Background: Until now the knowledge about nucleon resonances with a mass higher than 2 GeV has been scarce. Huge amounts of experimental data of the multipion photoproduction have been accumulated, and more can be expected in the future in facilities such as JLab 12 GeV. It makes it possible to investigate the decay of a nucleon resonance into another nucleon resonance. Read More

In this paper, we present GASG21 (Grassmannian Adaptive Stochastic Gradient for $L_{2,1}$ norm minimization), an adaptive stochastic gradient algorithm to robustly recover the low-rank subspace from a large matrix. In the presence of column outliers, we reformulate the batch mode matrix $L_{2,1}$ norm minimization with rank constraint problem as a stochastic optimization approach constrained on Grassmann manifold. For each observed data vector, the low-rank subspace $\mathcal{S}$ is updated by taking a gradient step along the geodesic of Grassmannian. Read More

The $D^*\bar{D}_1(2420)$ and $D\bar{D}'^*(2600)$ interactions are studied in a one-boson-exchange model. Isovector bound state solutions with spin parity $J^P=1^{+}$ are found from the $D^*\bar{D}_1(2420)$ interaction, which may be related to the observed charged charmonium-like state $Z(4430)$. There is no bound state solution found from the $D\bar{D}'^*(2600)$ interaction. Read More

In this work the $B\bar{B}^*/D\bar{D}^*$ system is studied in the Bethe-Salpeter approach with quasipotential approximation. In our calculation both direct and cross diagrams are included in the one-boson-exchange potential. The numerical results indicate the existence of a isoscalar bound state $D\bar{D}^*$ with $J^{PC}=1^{++}$, which may be related to the $X(3872)$. Read More

Some experimental investigations have shown that evolutionary algorithms (EAs) are efficient for the minimum label spanning tree (MLST) problem. However, we know little about that in theory. As one step towards this issue, we theoretically analyze the performances of the (1+1) EA, a simple version of EAs, and a multi-objective evolutionary algorithm called GSEMO on the MLST problem. Read More

In this paper, we establish some lower bounds for the sums of eigenvalues of the polyharmonic operator and higher order Stokes operator, which are sharper than the recent results in \cite{CSWZ13, I13}. At the same time, we obtain some certain bounds for the sums of positive and negative powers of eigenvalues of the polyharmonic operator. Read More

Based on the high precision experimental data released by the CLAS Collaboration recently, the interaction mechanism of the photoproduction of $\Lambda$(1520) off a proton target is investigated within a Regge-plus-resonance approach. With the decay amplitudes predicted in the constituent quark model, the roles played by nucleon resonances are studied. It is found that $N(2120)$ provides the most important contribution among the nucleon resonances predicted in the constituent quark model. Read More