# Yi Wang - Max Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart Center for Electron Microscopy, Heisenbergstrasse 3, 70569, Stuttgart, Germany

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NameYi Wang |
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AffiliationMax Planck Institute for Intelligent Systems, Stuttgart Center for Electron Microscopy, Heisenbergstrasse 3, 70569, Stuttgart, Germany |
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CityStuttgart |
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CountryGermany |
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## Pub CategoriesHigh Energy Physics - Theory (13) Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics (11) General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology (8) Quantitative Biology - Tissues and Organs (6) High Energy Physics - Phenomenology (5) Computer Science - Artificial Intelligence (3) Physics - Materials Science (3) Mathematics - Analysis of PDEs (3) High Energy Physics - Experiment (3) Physics - Instrumentation and Detectors (3) Physics - Optics (3) Quantum Physics (3) Mathematics - Combinatorics (3) Physics - Computational Physics (2) Nuclear Experiment (2) Physics - Medical Physics (2) Mathematics - Classical Analysis and ODEs (2) Physics - Mesoscopic Systems and Quantum Hall Effect (2) Astrophysics of Galaxies (2) Physics - Strongly Correlated Electrons (1) Quantitative Biology - Other (1) Statistics - Machine Learning (1) Mathematics - Group Theory (1) Computer Science - Multiagent Systems (1) Computer Science - Logic in Computer Science (1) Computer Science - Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (1) Mathematics - Geometric Topology (1) Mathematics - Operator Algebras (1) Mathematics - Functional Analysis (1) Mathematics - General Topology (1) Mathematics - Rings and Algebras (1) Mathematics - Algebraic Geometry (1) Physics - Accelerator Physics (1) Mathematics - Dynamical Systems (1) Mathematics - Differential Geometry (1) |

## Publications Authored By Yi Wang

Analog black/white hole pairs, consisting of a region of supersonic flow, have been achieved in a recent experiment by J. Steinhauer using an elongated Bose-Einstein condensate. A growing standing density wave, and a checkerboard feature in the density-density correlation function, were observed in the supersonic region. Read More

In this paper, we prove the Geometric Arveson-Douglas Conjecture for a special case which allow some singularity on $\partial{\mathbb{B}_n}$. More precisely, we show that if a variety can be decomposed into two varieties, each having nice properties and intersecting nicely with $\partial\mathbb{B}_n$, then the Geometric Arveson-Douglas Conjecture holds on this variety. We obtain this result by applying a result by Su\'arez, which allows us to "localize" the problem. Read More

We present a systematic introduction to the diagrammatic method for practical calculations in inflationary cosmology, based on Schwinger-Keldysh path integral formalism. We show in particular that the diagrammatic rules can be derived directly from a classical Lagrangian even in the presence of derivative couplings. Furthermore, we use quasi-single-field inflation as an example to show how this formalism, combined with the trick of mixed propagator, can significantly simplify the calculation of some in-in correlation functions. Read More

The cases of the Hawking radiation field being described by a pure state and by the usual thermal state are compared within the CGHS dilaton gravity model. The field-strength fluctuations of the Fourier modes are computed, showing a discrepancy in the low-energy regime, while coinciding at high energies. Then by defining a distance for density operators and evaluating it for the cases concerned, the difference between the pure and thermal descriptions is quantified and found to be exponentially small with respect to the Hawking temperature. 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

Photons propagating in Laguerre-Gaussian modes have characteristic orbital angular momentums, which are fundamental optical degrees of freedom. The orbital angular momentum of light has potential application in high capacity optical communication and even in quantum information processing. In this work, we experimentally construct a ring cavity with 4 lenses and 4 mirrors that is completely degenerate for Laguerre-Gaussian modes. Read More

We prove the total positivity of the Narayana triangles of type $A$ and type $B$, and thus affirmatively confirm a conjecture of Chen, Liang and Wang and a conjecture of Pan and Zeng. We also prove the strict total positivity of the Narayana squares of type $A$ and type $B$. Read More

In the paper, we provide an effective method for the Lipschitz equivalence of two-branch Cantor sets and three-branch Cantor sets by studying the irreducibility of polynomials. We also find that any two Cantor sets are Lipschitz equivalent if and only if their contraction vectors are equivalent provided one of the contraction vectors is homogeneous. Read More

We study topological structure of the $\omega$-limit sets of the skew-product semiflow generated by the following scalar reaction-diffusion equation \begin{equation*} u_{t}=u_{xx}+f(t,u,u_{x}),\,\,t>0,\,x\in S^{1}=\mathbb{R}/2\pi \mathbb{Z}, \end{equation*} where $f(t,u,u_x)$ is $C^2$-admissible with time-recurrent structure including almost-periodicity and almost-automorphy. Contrary to the time-periodic cases (for which any $\omega$-limit set can be imbedded into a periodically forced circle flow), it is shown that one cannot expect that any $\omega$-limit set can be imbedded into an almost-periodically forced circle flow even if $f$ is uniformly almost-periodic in $t$. More precisely, we prove that, for a given $\omega$-limit set $\Omega$, if ${\rm dim}V^c(\Omega)\leq 1$ ($V^c(\Omega)$ is the center space associated with $\Omega$), then $\Omega$ is either spatially-homogeneous or spatially-inhomogeneous; and moreover, any spatially-inhomogeneous $\Omega$ can be imbedded into a time-recurrently forced circle flow (resp. Read More

Artifacts in quantitative susceptibility mapping (QSM) are analyzed to establish an optimal design criterion for QSM inversion algorithms. The magnetic field data is decomposed into two parts, dipole compatible and incompatible parts. The dipole compatible part generates the desired non-streaking solution. Read More

We consider a cosmological model in which the tensor mode becomes massive during inflation, and study the Cosmic Microwave Background (CMB) temperature and polarization bispectra arising from the mixing between the scalar mode and the massive tensor mode during inflation. The model assumes the existence of a preferred spatial frame during inflation. The local Lorentz invariance is already broken in cosmology due to the existence of a preferred rest frame. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}SHAO, USTC,

^{2}USTC,

^{3}USTC

**Category:**Astrophysics of Galaxies

The evolution of main sequence binaries resided in the galactic centre is influenced a lot by the central super massive black hole (SMBH). Due to this perturbation, the stars in a dense environment are likely to experience mergers or collisions through secular or non-secular interactions. In this work, we study the dynamics of the stellar binaries at galactic center, perturbed by another distant SMBH. Read More

The Dragon-II linear induction accelerator is able to provide triple-pulse electron beams with an adjustable pulse spacing at the minimum of 300 ns. As a main determinant of the image quality, the X-ray spot size is usually quoted as an evaluation of the resolving power. The pinhole imaging method is applied to measure the two-dimensional spatial distribution of the triple-pulse X-ray source, by which the azimuthal asymmetry of the source can be analyzed. Read More

We work out the Standard Model (SM) mass spectrum during inflation with quantum corrections, and explore its observable consequences in the squeezed limit of non-Gaussianity. Both non-Higgs and Higgs inflation models are studied in detail. We also illustrate how some inflationary loop diagrams can be computed neatly by Wick-rotating the inflation background to Euclidean signature and by dimensional regularization. Read More

We show that Stieltjes moment sequences are infinitely log-convex, which parallels a famous result that (finite) P\'olya frequency sequences are infinitely log-concave. We introduce the concept of $q$-Stieltjes moment sequences of polynomials and show that many well-known polynomials in combinatorics are such sequences. We provide a criterion for linear transformations and convolutions preserving Stieltjes moment sequences. Read More

Boundary incompleteness raises great challenges to automatic prostate segmentation in ultrasound images. Shape prior can provide strong guidance in estimating the missing boundary, but traditional shape models often suffer from hand-crafted descriptors and local information loss in the fitting procedure. In this paper, we attempt to address those issues with a novel framework. Read More

We review the paradigm of holographic dark energy (HDE), which arises from a theoretical attempt of applying the holographic principle (HP) to the dark energy (DE) problem. Making use of the HP and the dimensional analysis, we derive the general formula of the energy density of HDE. Then, we describe the properties of HDE model, in which the future event horizon is chosen as the characteristic length scale. Read More

We study the tuning of U(1) gauge fields in F-theory models on a base of general dimension. We construct a formula that computes the change in Weierstrass moduli when such a U(1) is tuned, based on the Morrison-Park form of a Weierstrass model with an additional rational section. Using this formula, we propose the form of "minimal tuning" on any base, which corresponds to the case where the decrease in the number of Weierstrass moduli is minimal. Read More

We investigate the current-induced spin-orbit torque in thin topological insulator (TI) films in the presence of hybridization between the top and bottom surface states. We formulate the relation between spin torque and TI thickness, from which we derived the optimal value of the thickness to maximize the torque. We show numerically that in typical TI thin films made of $\mathrm{Bi_2Se_3}$, the optimal thickness is about 3-5 nm. Read More

Rare event search experiments, such as those searching for dark matter and observations of neutrinoless double beta decay, require ultra low levels of radioactive background for unmistakable identification. In order to reduce the radioactive backgrounds of detectors used in these types of event searches, low background photosensors are required, as the physical size of these detectors become increasing larger, and hence the number of such photosensors used also increases rapidly. Considering that most dark matter and neutrinoless double beta decay experiments are turning towards using noble liquids as the target choice, liquid xenon and liquid argon for instance, photosensors that can work well at cryogenic temperatures are required, 165 K and 87 K for liquid xenon and liquid argon, respectively. Read More

Introduction: This study evaluated algorithm-based qualitative (ABQ) method for vertebral fracture (VF) evaluation with reference to semi-quantitative (SQ) method and bone mineral density (BMD) measurement. Methods: Mr. OS (Hong Kong) and Ms. Read More

In this paper, we study contact forms on the three- dimensional Heisenberg manifold with its standard CR structure. We discover that the $Q'$-curvature, introduced by Branson, Fontana and Morpurgo [BFM13] on the CR three-sphere and then generalized to any pseudo-Einstein CR three manifold by Case and Yang [CY95], controls the isoperimetric inequality on such a CR-manifold. To show this, we first prove that the nonnegative Webster curvature at infinity deduces that the metric is normal, which is analogous to the behavior on a Riemannian four-manifold. Read More

We demonstrate that linear absorption coefficient (LAC) of a graphene-silicon hybrid waveguide (GSHW) is determined by the optical transmission spectra of a graphene coated symmetrically coupled add-drop silicon microring resonator (SC-ADSMR), of which the value is around 0.23 dB/um. In contrast to the traditional cut-back method, the measured results are not dependent on the coupling efficiency of the fiber tip and the waveguide. Read More

The pressure-induced transition of vanadium from BCC to rhombohedral structures is unique and intriguing among transition metals. In this work, the stability of these phases is revisited by using density functional theory. At finite temperatures, a novel transition of rhombohedral phases back to BCC phase induced by thermal electrons is discovered. Read More

Advanced LIGO's discovery of gravitational-wave events GW150914 and GW151226 has stimulated extensive studies on the origin of binary black holes. Supposing the gravitational-wave events could be explained by binary primordial black hole (PBH) mergers, we investigate the corresponding stochastic gravitational-wave background (SGWB) and point out the possibility to detect this SGWB spectrum, in particular from the subsolar mass PBHs, by the Advanced LIGO in the near future. We also use the non-detection of SGWB to give a new independent constraint on the abundance of PBHs in dark matter. Read More

Physical therapy is the first line of treatment for adults with symptoms from degenerative spondylolisthesis. Surgical management is offered when nonoperative options have not adequately relieved symptoms. We performed PubMed literature search with the word 'spondylolisthesis', and updated till September 18, 2016. Read More

Purpose: To explore the usability and normal T1rho value of liver parenchyma with a novel single breathhold black blood single shot fast spin echo acquisition based liver imaging sequence. Materials and Methods: In total 19 health subjects (10 males, 9 females; mean age: 37.4 yrs; range: 23-54 yrs) participated in the study. Read More

In past decades numerous efforts were made searching for neutrinoless double-beta decay ($0\nu\beta\beta$) process, aiming to establish whether neutrinos are their own antiparticles (Majorana neutrinos), yet no $0\nu\beta\beta$ decay signal was observed. A number of new experiments are proposed but they suffer ultimately from a common problem: the sensitivity may not increase with the target mass indefinitely. We performed a detailed analysis of the physics potential by using the Jiangmen Underground Neutrino Observatory (JUNO) to improve the sensitivity to $0\nu\beta\beta$ up to a few meV, a major step forward with respect to the experiments currently under planning. Read More

Topological insulators (TIs) form a new class of materials with insulating bulk and surface conduction ensured by topologically protected surface states (TPSS). We investigate the impact of the helicity of a normally incident laser beam on the photovoltaic effect in the TI Bi2Se3. The observation of a helicity dependent photovoltaic effect for normally incident light indicates the presence of out-of-plane spin components for some TPSSs due to the hexagonal warping. Read More

The epidemiology of lumbar degenerative spondylolisthesis (DS) remains controversial. We performed a systemic review with the aim to have a better understanding of DS's prevalence in general population. The results showed the prevalence of DS is very gender specific and age specific. Read More

The inflationary universe can be viewed as a "Cosmological Collider" with energy of Hubble scale, producing very massive particles and recording their characteristic signals in primordial non-Gaussianities. To utilize this collider to explore any new physics at very high scales, it is a prerequisite to understand the background signals from the particle physics Standard Model. In this paper we describe the Standard Model background of the Cosmological Collider. Read More

Purpose: Rupture of an intracranial aneurysm is the most common cause of subarachnoid haemorrhage (SAH), which is a life-threatening acute cerebrovascular event that typically affects working-age people. This study aims to investigate the aneurysmal SAH incidence rate in elderly population than in middle aged population in China. Materials and methods: Aneurysmal SAH cases were collected retrospectively from the archives of 21 hospitals in Mainland China. Read More

It remains challenging to detect the low surface brightness structures of faint high-z galaxies, which is key to understanding the structural evolution of galaxies. The technique of image stacking allows us to measure the averaged light profile beneath the detection limit and probe the extended structure of a group of galaxies. We carry out simulations to examine the recovery of the averaged surface brightness profile through stacking model HST/ACS images of a set of galaxies as functions of Sersic index (n), effective radius (Re) and axis ratio (AR). Read More

We experimentally demonstrate magnon Kerr effect in a cavity-magnon system, where magnons in a small yttrium iron garnet (YIG) sphere are strongly but dispersively coupled to the photons in a three-dimensional cavity. When the YIG sphere is pumped to generate considerable magnons, the Kerr effect yields a perceptible shift of the cavity's central frequency and more appreciable shifts of the magnon modes. We derive an analytical relation between the magnon frequency shift and the drive power for the uniformly magnetized YIG sphere and find that it agrees very well with the experimental results of the Kittel mode. Read More

We consider a $L^2$-contraction of large viscous shock waves for the multi-dimensional scalar viscous conservation laws, up to a suitable shift. The shift function depends on the time and space variables. It solves a parabolic equation with inhomogeneous coefficients reflecting the perturbation. Read More

We study the decoherence of massive fields during inflation based on the Zurek's density matrix approach. With the cubic interaction between inflaton and massive fields, the reduced density matrix for the massive fields can be calculated in the Schr\"odinger picture which is related to the variance of the non-Gaussian exponent in the wave functional. The decoherence rate is computed in the one-loop form from functional integration. Read More

A characteristic signature of String Gas Cosmology is primordial power spectra for scalar and tensor modes which are almost scale-invariant but with a red tilt for scalar modes but a blue tilt for tensor modes. This feature, however, can also be realized in the so-called G-inflation model, in which Horndeski operators are introduced which leads to a blue tensor tilt by softly breaking the Null Energy Condition. In this article we search for potential observational differences between these two cosmologies by performing detailed perturbation analyses based on the Effective Field Theory approach. Read More

Since Hubble and Lamaitre's discovery of the expanding universe using galaxies till the recent discovery of the accelerating universe using standard candles, direct measurements of the evolution of the scale factor of the universe a(t) have played central roles in establishing the standard model of cosmology. In this letter, we show that such a measurement may be extended to the primordial universe using massive fields as standard clocks, providing a direct evidence for the scenario responsible for the Big Bang. This is a short and non-technical introduction to the idea of classical and quantum primordial standard clocks. Read More

Taking into account the mass splittings between three active neutrinos, we investigate impacts of dark energy on constraining the total neutrino mass $\sum m_{\nu}$ by using recent cosmological observations. We consider two typical dark energy models, namely, the $w$CDM model and the holographic dark energy (HDE) model, which both have an additional free parameter compared with the $\Lambda$CDM model. We employ the Planck 2015 data of CMB temperature and polarization anisotropies, combined with low-redshift measurements on BAO distance scales, type Ia supernovae, Hubble constant, and Planck lensing. Read More

Generalised Hermite-Gaussian modes (gHG modes), an extended notion of Hermite-Gaussian modes (HG modes), are formed by the summation of normal HG modes with a characteristic function $\alpha$, which can be used to unite conventional HG modes and Laguerre-Gaussian modes (LG modes). An infinite number of normalised orthogonal modes can thus be obtained by modulation of the function $\alpha$. The gHG mode notion provides a useful tool in analysis of the deformation and transformation phenomena occurring in propagation of HG and LG modes with astigmatic perturbation. Read More

Automated label-free quantitative imaging of biological samples can greatly benefit high throughput diseases diagnosis. Digital holographic microscopy (DHM) is a powerful quantitative label-free imaging tool that retrieves structural details of cellular samples non-invasively. In off-axis DHM, a proper spatial filtering window in Fourier space is crucial to the quality of reconstructed phase image. Read More

High pressure and high temperature properties of AB (A = $^6$Li, $^7$Li; B = H, D, T) are investigated with first-principles method comprehensively. It is found that the H$^{-}$ sublattice features in the low-pressure electronic structure near the Fermi level of LiH are shifted to that dominated by the Li$^{+}$ sublattice in compression. The lattice dynamics is studied in quasi-harmonic approximation, from which the phonon contribution to the free energy and the isotopic effects are accurately modelled with the aid of a parameterized double-Debye model. Read More

**Authors:**CBM Collaboration, T. Ablyazimov, A. Abuhoza, R. P. Adak, M. Adamczyk, K. Agarwal, M. M. Aggarwal, Z. Ahammed, F. Ahmad, N. Ahmad, S. Ahmad, A. Akindinov, P. Akishin, E. Akishina, T. Akishina, V. Akishina, A. Akram, M. Al-Turany, I. Alekseev, E. Alexandrov, I. Alexandrov, S. Amar-Youcef, M. Anđelić, O. Andreeva, C. Andrei, A. Andronic, Yu. Anisimov, H. Appelshäuser, D. Argintaru, E. Atkin, S. Avdeev, R. Averbeck, M. D. Azmi, V. Baban, M. Bach, E. Badura, S. Bähr, T. Balog, M. Balzer, E. Bao, N. Baranova, T. Barczyk, D. Bartoş, S. Bashir, M. Baszczyk, O. Batenkov, V. Baublis, M. Baznat, J. Becker, K. -H. Becker, S. Belogurov, D. Belyakov, J. Bendarouach, I. Berceanu, A. Bercuci, A. Berdnikov, Y. Berdnikov, R. Berendes, G. Berezin, C. Bergmann, D. Bertini, O. Bertini, C. Beşliu, O. Bezshyyko, P. P. Bhaduri, A. Bhasin, A. K. Bhati, B. Bhattacharjee, A. Bhattacharyya, T. K. Bhattacharyya, S. Biswas, T. Blank, D. Blau, V. Blinov, C. Blume, Yu. Bocharov, J. Book, T. Breitner, U. Brüning, J. Brzychczyk, A. Bubak, H. Büsching, T. Bus, V. Butuzov, A. Bychkov, A. Byszuk, Xu Cai, M. Cálin, Ping Cao, G. Caragheorgheopol, I. Carević, V. Cătănescu, A. Chakrabarti, S. Chattopadhyay, A. Chaus, Hongfang Chen, LuYao Chen, Jianping Cheng, V. Chepurnov, H. Cherif, A. Chernogorov, M. I. Ciobanu, G. Claus, F. Constantin, M. Csanád, N. D'Ascenzo, Supriya Das, Susovan Das, J. de Cuveland, B. Debnath, D. Dementiev, Wendi Deng, Zhi Deng, H. Deppe, I. Deppner, O. Derenovskaya, C. A. Deveaux, M. Deveaux, K. Dey, M. Dey, P. Dillenseger, V. Dobyrn, D. Doering, Sheng Dong, A. Dorokhov, M. Dreschmann, A. Drozd, A. K. Dubey, S. Dubnichka, Z. Dubnichkova, M. Dürr, L. Dutka, M. Dželalija, V. V. Elsha, D. Emschermann, H. Engel, V. Eremin, T. Eşanu, J. Eschke, D. Eschweiler, Huanhuan Fan, Xingming Fan, M. Farooq, O. Fateev, Shengqin Feng, S. P. D. Figuli, I. Filozova, D. Finogeev, P. Fischer, H. Flemming, J. Förtsch, U. Frankenfeld, V. Friese, E. Friske, I. Fröhlich, J. Frühauf, J. Gajda, T. Galatyuk, G. Gangopadhyay, C. García Chávez, J. Gebelein, P. Ghosh, S. K. Ghosh, S. Gläßel, M. Goffe, L. Golinka-Bezshyyko, V. Golovatyuk, S. Golovnya, V. Golovtsov, M. Golubeva, D. Golubkov, A. Gómez Ramírez, S. Gorbunov, S. Gorokhov, D. Gottschalk, P. Gryboś, A. Grzeszczuk, F. Guber, K. Gudima, M. Gumiński, A. Gupta, Yu. Gusakov, Dong Han, H. Hartmann, Shue He, J. Hehner, N. Heine, A. Herghelegiu, N. Herrmann, B. Heß, J. M. Heuser, A. Himmi, C. Höhne, R. Holzmann, Dongdong Hu, Guangming Huang, Xinjie Huang, D. Hutter, A. Ierusalimov, E. -M. Ilgenfritz, M. Irfan, D. Ivanischev, M. Ivanov, P. Ivanov, Valery Ivanov, Victor Ivanov, Vladimir Ivanov, A. Ivashkin, K. Jaaskelainen, H. Jahan, V. Jain, V. Jakovlev, T. Janson, Di Jiang, A. Jipa, I. Kadenko, P. Kähler, B. Kämpfer, V. Kalinin, J. Kallunkathariyil, K. -H. Kampert, E. Kaptur, R. Karabowicz, O. Karavichev, T. Karavicheva, D. Karmanov, V. Karnaukhov, E. Karpechev, K. Kasiński, G. Kasprowicz, M. Kaur, A. Kazantsev, U. Kebschull, G. Kekelidze, M. M. Khan, S. A. Khan, A. Khanzadeev, F. Khasanov, A. Khvorostukhin, V. Kirakosyan, M. Kirejczyk, A. Kiryakov, M. Kiš, I. Kisel, P. Kisel, S. Kiselev, T. Kiss, P. Klaus, R. Kłeczek, Ch. Klein-Bösing, V. Kleipa, V. Klochkov, P. Kmon, K. Koch, L. Kochenda, P. Koczoń, W. Koenig, M. Kohn, B. W. Kolb, A. Kolosova, B. Komkov, M. Korolev, I. Korolko, R. Kotte, A. Kovalchuk, S. Kowalski, M. Koziel, G. Kozlov, V. Kozlov, V. Kramarenko, P. Kravtsov, E. Krebs, C. Kreidl, I. Kres, D. Kresan, G. Kretschmar, M. Krieger, A. V. Kryanev, E. Kryshen, M. Kuc, W. Kucewicz, V. Kucher, L. Kudin, A. Kugler, Ajit Kumar, Ashwini Kumar, L. Kumar, J. Kunkel, A. Kurepin, N. Kurepin, A. Kurilkin, P. Kurilkin, V. Kushpil, S. Kuznetsov, V. Kyva, V. Ladygin, C. Lara, P. Larionov, A. Laso García, E. Lavrik, I. Lazanu, A. Lebedev, S. Lebedev, E. Lebedeva, J. Lehnert, J. Lehrbach, Y. Leifels, F. Lemke, Cheng Li, Qiyan Li, Xin Li, Yuanjing Li, V. Lindenstruth, B. Linnik, Feng Liu, I. Lobanov, E. Lobanova, S. Löchner, P. -A. Loizeau, S. A. Lone, J. A. Lucio Martínez, Xiaofeng Luo, A. Lymanets, Pengfei Lyu, A. Maevskaya, S. Mahajan, D. P. Mahapatra, T. Mahmoud, P. Maj, Z. Majka, A. Malakhov, E. Malankin, D. Malkevich, O. Malyatina, H. Malygina, M. M. Mandal, S. Mandal, V. Manko, S. Manz, A. M. Marin Garcia, J. Markert, S. Masciocchi, T. Matulewicz, L. Meder, M. Merkin, V. Mialkovski, J. Michel, N. Miftakhov, L. Mik, K. Mikhailov, V. Mikhaylov, B. Milanović, V. Militsija, D. Miskowiec, I. Momot, T. Morhardt, S. Morozov, W. F. J. Müller, C. Müntz, S. Mukherjee, C. E. Muńoz Castillo, Yu. Murin, R. Najman, C. Nandi, E. Nandy, L. Naumann, T. Nayak, A. Nedosekin, V. S. Negi, W. Niebur, V. Nikulin, D. Normanov, A. Oancea, Kunsu Oh, Yu. Onishchuk, G. Ososkov, P. Otfinowski, E. Ovcharenko, S. Pal, I. Panasenko, N. R. Panda, S. Parzhitskiy, V. Patel, C. Pauly, M. Penschuck, D. Peshekhonov, V. Peshekhonov, V. Petráček, M. Petri, M. Petriş, A. Petrovici, M. Petrovici, A. Petrovskiy, O. Petukhov, D. Pfeifer, K. Piasecki, J. Pieper, J. Pietraszko, R. Płaneta, V. Plotnikov, V. Plujko, J. Pluta, A. Pop, V. Pospisil, K. Poźniak, A. Prakash, S. K. Prasad, M. Prokudin, I. Pshenichnov, M. Pugach, V. Pugatch, S. Querchfeld, S. Rabtsun, L. Radulescu, S. Raha, F. Rami, R. Raniwala, S. Raniwala, A. Raportirenko, J. Rautenberg, J. Rauza, R. Ray, S. Razin, P. Reichelt, S. Reinecke, A. Reinefeld, A. Reshetin, C. Ristea, O. Ristea, A. Rodriguez Rodriguez, F. Roether, R. Romaniuk, A. Rost, E. Rostchin, I. Rostovtseva, Amitava Roy, Ankhi Roy, J. Rożynek, Yu. Ryabov, A. Sadovsky, R. Sahoo, P. K. Sahu, S. K. Sahu, J. Saini, S. Samanta, S. S. Sambyal, V. Samsonov, J. Sánchez Rosado, O. Sander, S. Sarangi, T. Satława, S. Sau, V. Saveliev, S. Schatral, C. Schiaua, F. Schintke, C. J. Schmidt, H. R. Schmidt, K. Schmidt, J. Scholten, K. Schweda, F. Seck, S. Seddiki, I. Selyuzhenkov, A. Semennikov, A. Senger, P. Senger, A. Shabanov, A. Shabunov, Ming Shao, A. D. Sheremetiev, Shusu Shi, N. Shumeiko, V. Shumikhin, I. Sibiryak, B. Sikora, A. Simakov, C. Simon, C. Simons, R. N. Singaraju, A. K. Singh, B. K. Singh, C. P. Singh, V. Singhal, M. Singla, P. Sitzmann, K. Siwek-Wilczyńska, L. Škoda, I. Skwira-Chalot, I. Som, Guofeng Song, Jihye Song, Z. Sosin, D. Soyk, P. Staszel, M. Strikhanov, S. Strohauer, J. Stroth, C. Sturm, R. Sultanov, Yongjie Sun, D. Svirida, O. Svoboda, A. Szabó, R. Szczygieł, R. Talukdar, Zebo Tang, M. Tanha, J. Tarasiuk, O. Tarassenkova, M. -G. Târzilă, M. Teklishyn, T. Tischler, P. Tlustý, T. Tölyhi, A. Toia, N. Topil'skaya, M. Träger, S. Tripathy, I. Tsakov, Yu. Tsyupa, A. Turowiecki, N. G. Tuturas, F. Uhlig, E. Usenko, I. Valin, D. Varga, I. Vassiliev, O. Vasylyev, E. Verbitskaya, W. Verhoeven, A. Veshikov, R. Visinka, Y. P. Viyogi, S. Volkov, A. Volochniuk, A. Vorobiev, Aleksey Voronin, Alexander Voronin, V. Vovchenko, M. Vznuzdaev, Dong Wang, Xi-Wei Wang, Yaping Wang, Yi Wang, M. Weber, C. Wendisch, J. P. Wessels, M. 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**Category:**Nuclear Experiment

Substantial experimental and theoretical efforts worldwide are devoted to explore the phase diagram of strongly interacting matter. At LHC and top RHIC energies, QCD matter is studied at very high temperatures and nearly vanishing net-baryon densities. There is evidence that a Quark-Gluon-Plasma (QGP) was created at experiments at RHIC and LHC. Read More

Markov Logic Networks (MLN) and Probabilistic Soft Logic (PSL) are widely applied formalisms in Statistical Relational Learning, an emerging area in Artificial Intelligence that is concerned with combining logical and statistical AI. Despite their resemblance, the relationship has not been formally stated. In this paper, we describe the precise semantic relationship between them from a logical perspective. Read More

**Affiliations:**

^{1}University of Bergen,

^{2}Zhejiang University

Distributed knowledge is the sum of the knowledge in a group; what someone who is able to discern between two possible worlds whenever any member of the group can discern between them, would know. Sometimes distributed knowledge is referred to as the potential knowledge of a group, or the joint knowledge they could obtain if they had unlimited means of communication. In epistemic logic, the formula D_G{\phi} is intended to express the fact that group G has distributed knowledge of {\phi}, that there is enough information in the group to infer {\phi}. Read More

**Authors:**Maxime Gouzevitch, François Lagarde, Imad Laktineh, Victor Buridon, Xiushan Chen, Christophe Combaret, Alexis Eynard, Lionel Germani, Gerald Grenier, Hervé Mathez, Laurent Mirabito, Alexei Petrukhin, Arnaud Steen, William Tromeur, Yi Wang, Fuyue Wang, Nathalie Moreau, Christophe de la Taille, Fréderic Dulucq

The HL-LHC phase is designed to increase by an order of magnitude the amount of data to be collected by the LHC experiments. To achieve this goal in a reasonable time scale the instantaneous luminosity would also increase by an order of magnitude up to $6 \cdot 10^{34}$ cm$^{-2}$s$^{-1}$. The region of the forward muon spectrometer ($|\eta| > 1. Read More

The $k$-Hessian operator $\sigma_k$ is the $k$-th elementary symmetric function of the eigenvalues of the Hessian. It is known that the $k$-Hessian equation $\sigma_k(D^2u)=f$ with Dirichlet boundary condition $u=0$ is variational; indeed, this problem can be studied by means of the $k$-Hessian energy $-\int u\sigma_k(D^2u)$. We construct a natural boundary functional which, when added to the $k$-Hessian energy, yields as its critical points solutions of $k$-Hessian equations with general non-vanishing boundary data. Read More

A graph is called {\em half-arc-transitive} if its full automorphism group acts transitively on vertices and edges, but not on arcs. It is well known that for any prime $p$ there is no tetravalent half-arc-transitive graph of order $p$ or $p^2$. Xu~[Half-transitive graphs of prime-cube order, J. Read More

We investigate $\eta/s$ in linear scalar fields modified Gauss-Bonnet theory that breaks translation invariance. We first calculate $\eta/s$ both analytically and numerically and show its relationship with temperature in log-log plot. Our results show that $\eta/s\sim T^2$ at low temperatures. Read More

Stochastic partition models tailor a product space into a number of rectangular regions such that the data within each region exhibit certain types of homogeneity. Due to constraints of partition strategy, existing models may cause unnecessary dissections in sparse regions when fitting data in dense regions. To alleviate this limitation, we propose a parsimonious partition model, named Stochastic Patching Process (SPP), to deal with multi-dimensional arrays. Read More