High-resolution, large field-of-view label-free imaging via aberration-corrected, closed-form complex field reconstruction

Kavli Affiliate: Changhuei Yang | First 5 Authors: Ruizhi Cao, Cheng Shen, Changhuei Yang, , | Summary: Computational imaging methods empower modern microscopy with the ability of producing high-resolution, large field-of-view, aberration-free images. One of the dominant computational label-free imaging methods, Fourier ptychographic microscopy (FPM), effectively increases the spatial-bandwidth product of conventional microscopy by using […]


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Contextual Biasing of Named-Entities with Large Language Models

Kavli Affiliate: Zeeshan Ahmed | First 5 Authors: Chuanneng Sun, Zeeshan Ahmed, Yingyi Ma, Zhe Liu, Lucas Kabela | Summary: This paper studies contextual biasing with Large Language Models (LLMs), where during second-pass rescoring additional contextual information is provided to a LLM to boost Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) performance. We propose to leverage prompts for […]


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Contextual Biasing of Named-Entities with Large Language Models

Kavli Affiliate: Zeeshan Ahmed | First 5 Authors: Chuanneng Sun, Zeeshan Ahmed, Yingyi Ma, Zhe Liu, Yutong Pang | Summary: This paper studies contextual biasing with Large Language Models (LLMs), where during second-pass rescoring additional contextual information is provided to a LLM to boost Automatic Speech Recognition (ASR) performance. We propose to leverage prompts for […]


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The high-speed X-ray camera on AXIS

Kavli Affiliate: Peter Orel | First 5 Authors: Eric D. Miller, Marshall W. Bautz, Catherine E. Grant, Richard F. Foster, Beverly LaMarr | Summary: AXIS is a Probe-class mission concept that will provide high-throughput, high-spatial-resolution X-ray spectral imaging, enabling transformative studies of high-energy astrophysical phenomena. To take advantage of the advanced optics and avoid photon […]


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The high-speed X-ray camera on AXIS

Kavli Affiliate: Peter Orel | First 5 Authors: Eric D. Miller, Marshall W. Bautz, Catherine E. Grant, Richard F. Foster, Beverly LaMarr | Summary: AXIS is a Probe-class mission concept that will provide high-throughput, high-spatial-resolution X-ray spectral imaging, enabling transformative studies of high-energy astrophysical phenomena. To take advantage of the advanced optics and avoid photon […]


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The black hole mass metallicity relation and insights into galaxy quenching

Kavli Affiliate: Roberto Maiolino | First 5 Authors: William M. Baker, Roberto Maiolino, Asa F. L. Bluck, Francesco Belfiore, Mirko Curti | Summary: One of the most important questions in astrophysics is what causes galaxies to stop forming stars. Previous studies have shown a tight link between quiescence and black hole mass. Other studies have […]


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Dark Energy Survey Year 6 Results: Intra-Cluster Light from Redshift 0.2 to 0.5

Kavli Affiliate: Eli S. Rykoff | First 5 Authors: Yuanyuan Zhang, Jesse B. Golden-Marx, Ricardo L. C. Ogando, Brian Yanny, Eli S. Rykoff | Summary: Using the full six years of imaging data from the Dark Energy Survey, we study the surface brightness profiles of galaxy cluster central galaxies and intra-cluster light. We apply a […]


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Fermionic quantum computation with Cooper pair splitters

Kavli Affiliate: Anton Akhmerov | First 5 Authors: Kostas Vilkelis, Antonio Manesco, Juan Daniel Torres Luna, Sebastian Miles, Michael Wimmer | Summary: We propose a practical implementation of a universal quantum computer that uses local fermionic modes (LFM) rather than qubits. Our design consists of quantum dots tunnel coupled by a hybrid superconducting island together […]


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Amplifying Non-Resonant Production of Dark Sector Particles in Scattering Dominance Regime

Kavli Affiliate: Jia Liu | First 5 Authors: Mingxuan Du, Jia Liu, Xiao-Ping Wang, Tianhao Wu, | Summary: We investigate the enhancement of dark sector particle production within the scattering dominant regime. These particles typically exhibit a slight mixing with Standard Model particles through various portals, allowing for their generation through in-medium oscillation from Standard […]


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