NM-Net: Mining Reliable Neighbors for Robust Feature Correspondences

Kavli Affiliate: Li Xin Li | First 5 Authors: Chen Zhao, Zhiguo Cao, Chi Li, Xin Li, Jiaqi Yang | Summary: Feature correspondence selection is pivotal to many feature-matching based tasks in computer vision. Searching for spatially k-nearest neighbors is a common strategy for extracting local information in many previous works. However, there is no […]


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Deconfined quantum critical point in one dimension

Kavli Affiliate: Shenghan Jiang | First 5 Authors: Brenden Roberts, Shenghan Jiang, Olexei I. Motrunich, , | Summary: We perform a numerical study of a spin-1/2 model with $mathbb{Z}_2 times mathbb{Z}_2$ symmetry in one dimension which demonstrates an interesting similarity to the physics of two-dimensional deconfined quantum critical points (DQCP). Specifically, we investigate the quantum […]


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Deconfined quantum critical point in one dimension

Kavli Affiliate: Shenghan Jiang | First 5 Authors: Brenden Roberts, Shenghan Jiang, Olexei I. Motrunich, , | Summary: We perform a numerical study of a spin-1/2 model with $mathbb{Z}_2 times mathbb{Z}_2$ symmetry in one dimension which demonstrates an interesting similarity to the physics of two-dimensional deconfined quantum critical points (DQCP). Specifically, we investigate the quantum […]


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Deconfined quantum critical point in one dimension

Kavli Affiliate: Shenghan Jiang | First 5 Authors: Brenden Roberts, Shenghan Jiang, Olexei I. Motrunich, , | Summary: We perform a numerical study of a spin-1/2 model with $mathbb{Z}_2 times mathbb{Z}_2$ symmetry in one dimension which demonstrates an interesting similarity to the physics of two-dimensional deconfined quantum critical points (DQCP). Specifically, we investigate the quantum […]


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Tomography of the Cosmic Dawn and Reionization Eras with Multiple Tracers

Kavli Affiliate: Jacqueline Hewitt | First 5 Authors: Tzu-Ching Chang, Angus Beane, Olivier Dore, Adam Lidz, Lluis Mas-Ribas | Summary: The Cosmic Dawn and Reionization epochs remain a fundamental but challenging frontier of astrophysics and cosmology. We advocate a large-scale, multi-tracer approach to develop a comprehensive understanding of the physics that led to the formation […]


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The XENON1T Data Distribution and Processing Scheme

Kavli Affiliate: Luca Grandi | First 5 Authors: Daniel Ahlin, Boris Bauermeister, Jan Conrad, Robert Gardner, Luca Grandi | Summary: The XENON experiment is looking for non-baryonic particle dark matter in the universe. The setup is a dual phase time projection chamber (TPC) filled with 3200 kg of ultra-pure liquid xenon. The setup is operated […]


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Imprint of Drivers of Galaxy Formation in the Circumgalactic Medium

Kavli Affiliate: Andrey Kravtsov | First 5 Authors: Benjamin D. Oppenheimer, Juna Kollmeier, Andrey Kravtsov, Joel Bregman, Daniel Angle’s-Alca’zar | Summary: The majority of baryons reside beyond the optical extent of a galaxy in the circumgalactic and intergalactic media (CGM/IGM). Gaseous halos are inextricably linked to the appearance of their host galaxies through a complex […]


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Imprint of Drivers of Galaxy Formation in the Circumgalactic Medium

Kavli Affiliate: Andrey Kravtsov | First 5 Authors: Benjamin D. Oppenheimer, Juna Kollmeier, Andrey Kravtsov, Joel Bregman, Daniel Angle’s-Alca’zar | Summary: The majority of baryons reside beyond the optical extent of a galaxy in the circumgalactic and intergalactic media (CGM/IGM). Gaseous halos are inextricably linked to the appearance of their host galaxies through a complex […]


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The Massive and Distant Clusters of WISE Survey VI: Stellar Mass Fractions of a Sample of High-Redshift Infrared-selected Clusters

Kavli Affiliate: Adam Mantz | First 5 Authors: Bandon Decker, Mark Brodwin, Zubair Abdulla, Anthony H. Gonzalez, Daniel P. Marrone | Summary: We present measurements of the stellar mass fractions ($f_star$) for a sample of high-redshift ($0.93 le z le 1.32$) infrared-selected galaxy clusters from the Massive and Distant Clusters of WISE Survey (MaDCoWS) and […]


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Cosmic evolution of supermassive black holes: A view into the next two decades

Kavli Affiliate: Adam Mantz | First 5 Authors: Francesca Civano, Nico Cappelluti, Ryan Hickox, Rebecca Canning, James Aird | Summary: The discoveries made over the past 20 years by Chandra and XMM-Newton surveys in conjunction with multiwavelength imaging and spectroscopic data available in the same fields have significantly changed the view of the supermassive black […]


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