Wang Lei

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Traditionally, multi-layer neural networks use dot product between the output vector of previous layer and the incoming weight vector as the input to activation function. The result of dot product is unbounded, thus increases the risk of large variance. Large variance of neuron makes the model sensitive to the change of input distribution, thus results in poor generalization, and aggravates the internal covariate shift which slows down the training. Read More

China Spallation Neutron Source (CSNS) is a high intensity beam facility being built now in China. Three kicker assemblies, eight pulsed magnets, will be used in the CSNS rapid circle synchrotron (RCS). The physical and structural designs of eight kicker magnets that are grouped in 5 different types are presented. Read More

A network coding-based scheme is proposed to improve the energy efficiency of distributed storage systems in WSNs (wireless sensor networks), which mainly focuses on two problems: firstly, consideration is given to effective distributed storage technology in WSNs; secondly, we address how to repair the data in failed storage nodes with less resource. For the first problem, we propose a method to obtain a sparse generator matrix to construct network codes, and this sparse generator matrix is proven to be the sparsest. Benefiting from the sparse generator matrix, the energy consumption required to implement distributed storage is reduced. Read More

The complete one-loop electroweak corrections to charged Higgs boson pair production in $\gamma\gamma$ collision mode at linear colliders in the minimal supersymmetric standard model (MSSM), are calculated in this paper. We discuss the dependence of the corrections to the subprocess $\gamma\gamma \to H^{+}H^{-}$ on the related parameters, such as the colliding energy, charged Higgs boson mass $M_{H^{\pm}}$ and some supersymmetric parameters $\tan \beta$, $M_{SUSY}$ and gaugino mass parameter $M_2$. We find that the corrections generally reduce the Born cross sections and the relative one-loop corrections to both the subprocess typically in the range of -10% to -30%. Read More

We investigate in detail the effects of the R-parity lepton number violation in the minimal supersymmetric standard model (MSSM) on the top-quark pair production via both $e^--e^+$ and $\gamma-\gamma$ collision modes at the linear colliders. We find that with the present experimental constrained $\rlap/{R}$ parameters, the effect from $\rlap/{R}$ interactions on the processes $e^+e^-\to t\bar{t}$ and $e^+e^- \to \gamma\gamma \to t\bar{t}$ could be significant and may reach -30% and several percent, respectively. Our results show that the $\rlap/{R}$ effects are sensitive to the c. Read More

Due to the enhancement of the couplings between Higgs boson and bottom quarks in the minimal sypersymmetric standard model (MSSM), the cross section of the process pp(p\bar{p}) \to h^0b(h^0\bar{b})+X at hadron colliders can be considerably enhanced. We investigated the production of Higgs boson associated with a single high-p_T bottom quark via subprocess bg(\bar{b}g) \to h^0b(h^0\bar{b}) at hadron colliders including the next-to-leading order (NLO) QCD corrections in MSSM. We find that the NLO QCD correction in the MSSM reaches 50%-70% at the LHC and 60%-85% at the Fermilab Tevatron in our chosen parameter space. Read More