# Jun Tao

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## Pub CategoriesHigh Energy Physics - Theory (6) General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (5) High Energy Physics - Experiment (2) High Energy Astrophysical Phenomena (2) Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (1) Astrophysics (1) Physics - Instrumentation and Detectors (1) High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (1) Physics - Classical Physics (1) Statistics - Computation (1) Computer Science - Graphics (1) Physics - Physics and Society (1) Nonlinear Sciences - Pattern Formation and Solitons (1) Astrophysics of Galaxies (1) |

## Publications Authored By Jun Tao

In this paper, we use Born-Infeld black holes to test two recent holographic conjectures of complexity, the "Complexity = Action" (CA) duality and "Complexity = Volume 2.0" (CV) duality. The complexity of a boundary state is identified with the action of the Wheeler-deWitt patch in CA duality, while this complexity is identified with the spacetime volume of the WdW patch in CV duality. Read More

Given matrices $X,Y \in R^{n \times K}$ and $S \in R^{K \times K}$ with positive elements, this paper proposes an algorithm fastRG to sample a sparse matrix $A$ with low rank expectation $E(A) = XSY^T$ and independent Poisson elements. This allows for quickly sampling from a broad class of stochastic blockmodel graphs (degree-corrected, mixed membership, overlapping) all of which are specific parameterizations of the generalized random product graph model defined in Section 2.2. Read More

Unlike the conventional first-order network (FoN), the higher-order network (HoN) provides a more accurate description of transitions by creating additional nodes to encode higher-order dependencies. However, there exists no visualization and exploration tool for the HoN. For applications such as the development of strategies to control species invasion through global shipping which is known to exhibit higher-order dependencies, the existing FoN visualization tools are limited. Read More

In this paper, we study the smooth transition from solitons to solitary waves in localization, relation between energy and velocity, propagation and scattering property in the Fermi-Pasta-Ulam lattice analytically and numerically. A soliton is a very stable solitary wave that retains its permanent structure after interacting with other solitary waves. A soliton exists when the energy is small, and it becomes a solitary wave when the energy increases to the threshold. Read More

In the deformed quantum mechanics with a minimal length, one WKB connection formula through a turning point is derived. We then use it to calculate tunnelling rates through potential barriers under the WKB approximation. Finally, the minimal length effects on two examples of quantum tunneling in nuclear and atomic physics are discussed Read More

We modify the first laws of thermodynamics of a Reissner-Nordstrom anti-de Sitter black hole and a pure de Sitter space-time by the surface tensions. The corresponding Smarr relations are obeyed. The cosmological constants are first treated as fixed constants, and then as variables associated to the pressures. Read More

Doubly special relativity (DSR) is an effective model for encoding quantum gravity in flat spacetime. To incorporate DSR into general relativity, one could use "Gravity's rainbow", where the spacetime background felt by a test particle would depend on its energy. In this scenario, one could rewrite the rainbow metric $g_{\mu\nu}\left( E\right) $ in terms of some orthonormal frame fields and use the modified equivalence principle to determine the energy dependence of $g_{\mu\nu}\left( E\right) $. Read More

We report B, V, and R band CCD photometry of the Seyfert galaxy NGC 4151 obtained with the 1.0-m telescope at Weihai Observatory of Shandong University and the 1.56-m telescope at Shanghai Astronomical Observatory from 2005 December to 2013 February. Read More

We investigate the entanglement temperature of a small scale subsystem in low excited states by using holographic method. Especially, we study the entanglement entropy and entanglement temperature in higher derivative gravities which are considered as low thermal excitation of pure AdS gravity. We find that the entanglement entropy are related to the central charges of boundary CFT. Read More

We report on a comparison study of the $^{3}$He gas proportional tube and the $^{6}$Li incorporated scintillation glasses on thermal neutron detection efficiency. Both $^{3}$He and $^{6}$Li are used commonly for thermal neutron detection because of their high neutron capture absorption coefficient. By using a neutron source $^{252}$Cf and a paraffin moderator in an alignment system, we can get a small beam of thermal neutrons. Read More

In the framework of the deformed quantum mechanics with minimal length, we consider the motion of a non-relativistic particle in a homogeneous external field. We find the integral representation for the physically acceptable wave function in the position representation. Using the method of steepest descent, we obtain the asymptotic expansions of the wave function at large positive and negative arguments. Read More

A QCD inspired relativistic effective Hamiltonian model for the bound states of mesons has been constructed, which integrates the advantages of several QCD effective Hamiltonian models. Based on light-front QCD effective Hamiltonian model, the squared invariant mass operator of meson is used as the effective Hamiltonian. The model has been improved significantly in four major aspects: i)it is proved that in center of mass frame and in internal coordinate Hilbert subspace, the total angular momentum $J$ of meson is conserved and the mass eigen equation can be expressed in total angular momentum representation and in terms of a set of coupled radial eigen equations for each $J$. Read More

**Authors:**Ritaban Chatterjee, Alan P. Marscher, Svetlana G. Jorstad, Alice R. Olmstead, Ian M. McHardy, Margo F. Aller, Hugh D. Aller, Anne Lahteenmaki, Merja Tornikoski, Talvikki Hovatta, Kevin Marshall, H. Richard Miller, Wesley T. Ryle, Benjamin Chicka, A. J. Benker, Mark C. Bottorff, David Brokofsky, Jeffrey S. Campbell, Taylor S. Chonis, C. Martin Gaskell, Evelina R. Gaynullina, Konstantin N. Grankin, Cecelia H. Hedrick, Mansur A. Ibrahimov, Elizabeth S. Klimek, Amanda K. Kruse, Shoji Masatoshi, Thomas R. Miller, Hong-Jian Pan, Eric A. Petersen, Bradley W. Peterson, Zhiqiang Shen, Dmitriy V. Strelnikov, Jun Tao, Aaron E. Watkins, Kathleen Wheeler

We present the results of extensive multi-frequency monitoring of the radio galaxy 3C 120 between 2002 and 2007 at X-ray, optical, and radio wave bands, as well as imaging with the Very Long Baseline Array (VLBA). Over the 5 yr of observation, significant dips in the X-ray light curve are followed by ejections of bright superluminal knots in the VLBA images. Consistent with this, the X-ray flux and 37 GHz flux are anti-correlated with X-ray leading the radio variations. Read More

**Authors:**Jian-Guo Bian, Guo-Ming Chen, Ming-Shui Chen, Zu-Hao Li, Song Liang, Xiang-Wei Meng, Yong-Hui Qi, Zhi-Cheng Tang, Jun-Quan Tao, Jian Wang, Jian Wang, Xian-You Wang, Jian-Xiong Wang, Hong Xiao, Min Yang, Jing-Jing Zang, Zheng Wang, Bin Zhang, Zhen Zhang, Zhen-Xia Zhang

**Category:**High Energy Physics - Experiment

In this paper, we demonstrate the LHC discovery potential of new charged vector boson $W_1^{\pm}$ predicted by the Minimal Higgsless model in the process $pp\to W_1^{\pm}qq^{\prime}\to W^{\pm}Z^0qq^\prime\to \ell^{\pm}\ell^+\ell^-\nu qq^{\prime}(\ell=e,\mu)$ by analyzing the generator level events of the signal and backgrounds. The generator for the signal $pp \to {W_1}^{\pm}qq^\prime\to W^{\pm}Z^0qq^\prime$ at tree level is developed with the Minimal Higgsless model and then interfaced with PYTHIA for the parton showers and hadronization. The backgrounds are produced with PYTHIA and ACERMC. Read More

We report V, R, and I band CCD photometry of the radio galaxy 3C 390.3 obtained with the 1.56-m telescope of the Shanghai Astronomical Observatory from March 1995 to August 2004. Read More