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+content = "The advent of topological phases of matter revealed a variety of observed\nboundary phenomena, such as chiral and helical modes found at the edges of\ntwo-dimensional (2D) topological insulators. Antichiral states in 2D\nsemimetals, i.e., copropagating edge modes on opposite edges compensated by a\ncounterpropagating bulk current, are also predicted, but, to date, no\nrealization of such states in a solid-state system has been found. Here, we put\nforward a procedure to realize antichiral states in twisted van der Waals\nmultilayers, by combining the electronic Dirac-cone spectra of each layer\nthrough the combination of the orbital moiré superstructure, an in-plane\nmagnetic field, and inter-layer bias voltage. In particular, we demonstrate\nthat a twisted van der Waals heterostructure consisting of graphene/two layers\nof hexagonal boron nitride [(hBN)_2]/graphene will show antichiral states at\nin-plane magnetic fields of 8 T, for a rotation angle of 0.2^∘ between\nthe graphene layers. Our findings engender a controllable procedure to engineer\nantichiral states in solid-state systems, as well as in quantum engineered\nmetamaterials."
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+content = "The advent of topological phases of matter revealed a variety of observed\nboundary phenomena, such as chiral and helical modes found at the edges of\ntwo-dimensional (2D) topological insulators. Antichiral states in 2D\nsemimetals, i.e., copropagating edge modes on opposite edges compensated by a\ncounterpropagating bulk current, are also predicted, but, to date, no\nrealization of such states in a solid-state system has been found. Here, we put\nforward a procedure to realize antichiral states in twisted van der Waals\nmultilayers, by combining the electronic Dirac-cone spectra of each layer\nthrough the combination of the orbital moir\\'e superstructure, an in-plane\nmagnetic field, and inter-layer bias voltage. In particular, we demonstrate\nthat a twisted van der Waals heterostructure consisting of graphene/two layers\nof hexagonal boron nitride [(hBN)$_2$]/graphene will show antichiral states at\nin-plane magnetic fields of 8 T, for a rotation angle of 0.2$^{\\circ}$ between\nthe graphene layers. Our findings engender a controllable procedure to engineer\nantichiral states in solid-state systems, as well as in quantum engineered\nmetamaterials."
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+title = "Non-dissipative anomalous currents in 2D materials: the parity magnetic   effect as an analog of the chiral magnetic effect"
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+content = "Anomalous electric currents along a magnetic field, first predicted to emerge\nduring large heavy ion collision experiments, were also observed a few years\nago in condensed matter environments, exploring the fact that charge carriers\nin Dirac/Weyl semi-metals exhibit a relativistic-like behavior. The mechanism\nthrough which such currents are generated relies on an imbalance in the\nchirality of systems immersed in a magnetic background, leading to the\nso-called chiral magnetic effect (CME). While chiral magnetic currents have\nbeen observed in materials in three space dimensions, in this work we propose\nthat an analog of the chiral magnetic effect can be constructed in two space\ndimensions, corresponding to a novel type of intrinsic half-integer Quantum\nHall effect, thereby also offering a topological protection mechanism for the\ncurrent. While the 3D chiral anomaly underpins the CME, its 2D cousin is\nemerging from the 2D parity anomaly, we thence call it the parity magnetic\neffect (PME). It can occur in disturbed honeycomb lattices where both spin\ndegeneracy and time reversal symmetry are broken. These configurations harbor\ntwo distinct gap-opening mechanisms that, when occurring simultaneously, drive\nslightly different gaps in each valley, establishing an analog of the necessary\nchiral imbalance. Some examples of promising material setups that fulfill the\nprerequisites of our proposal are also listed."
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+content = "We show that polynomials do not belong to the reproducing kernel Hilbert\nspace of infinitely differentiable translation-invariant kernels whose spectral\nmeasures have moments corresponding to a determinate moment problem. Our proof\nis based on relating this question to the problem of best linear estimation in\ncontinuous time one-parameter regression models with a stationary error process\ndefined by the kernel. In particular, we show that the existence of a sequence\nof estimators with variances converging to 0 implies that the regression\nfunction cannot be an element of the reproducing kernel Hilbert space. This\nquestion is then related to the determinacy of the Hamburger moment problem for\nthe spectral measure corresponding to the kernel.\n  In the literature it was observed that a non-vanishing constant function does\nnot belong to the reproducing kernel Hilbert space associated with the Gaussian\nkernel (see Corollary 4.44 in Steinwart and Christmann, 2008). Our results\nprovide a unifying view of this phenomenon and show that the mentioned result\ncan be extended for arbitrary polynomials and a broad class of\ntranslation-invariant kernels."
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+content = "We show that polynomials do not belong to the reproducing kernel Hilbert\nspace of infinitely differentiable translation-invariant kernels whose spectral\nmeasures have moments corresponding to a determinate moment problem. Our proof\nis based on relating this question to the problem of best linear estimation in\ncontinuous time one-parameter regression models with a stationary error process\ndefined by the kernel. In particular, we show that the existence of a sequence\nof estimators with variances converging to $0$ implies that the regression\nfunction cannot be an element of the reproducing kernel Hilbert space. This\nquestion is then related to the determinacy of the Hamburger moment problem for\nthe spectral measure corresponding to the kernel.\n  In the literature it was observed that a non-vanishing constant function does\nnot belong to the reproducing kernel Hilbert space associated with the Gaussian\nkernel (see Corollary 4.44 in Steinwart and Christmann, 2008). Our results\nprovide a unifying view of this phenomenon and show that the mentioned result\ncan be extended for arbitrary polynomials and a broad class of\ntranslation-invariant kernels."
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+content = "The general structure of Hybrid Inflation remains a very well-motivated\nmechanism for lower-scale cosmic inflation in the face of improving constraints\non the tensor-to-scalar ratio. However, as originally modeled, the \"waterfall\"\nfield in this mechanism gives rise to a hierarchy problem (η-problem) for\nthe inflaton after demanding standard effective field theory (EFT) control. We\nmodify the hybrid mechanism and incorporate a discrete \"twin\" symmetry, thereby\nyielding a viable, natural and EFT-controlled model of non-supersymmetric\nlow-scale inflation, \"Twinflation\". Analogously to Twin Higgs models, the\ndiscrete exchange-symmetry with a \"twin\" sector reduces quadratic sensitivity\nin the inflationary potential to ultra-violet physics, at the root of the\nhierarchy problem. The observed phase of inflation takes place on a\nhilltop-like potential but without fine-tuning of the initial inflaton position\nin field-space. We also show that all parameters of the model can take natural\nvalues, below any associated EFT-cutoff mass scales and field values, thus\nensuring straightforward theoretical control. We discuss the basic\nphenomenological considerations and constraints, as well as possible future\ndirections."
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+content = "The general structure of Hybrid Inflation remains a very well-motivated\nmechanism for lower-scale cosmic inflation in the face of improving constraints\non the tensor-to-scalar ratio. However, as originally modeled, the \"waterfall\"\nfield in this mechanism gives rise to a hierarchy problem ($\\eta-$problem) for\nthe inflaton after demanding standard effective field theory (EFT) control. We\nmodify the hybrid mechanism and incorporate a discrete \"twin\" symmetry, thereby\nyielding a viable, natural and EFT-controlled model of non-supersymmetric\nlow-scale inflation, \"Twinflation\". Analogously to Twin Higgs models, the\ndiscrete exchange-symmetry with a \"twin\" sector reduces quadratic sensitivity\nin the inflationary potential to ultra-violet physics, at the root of the\nhierarchy problem. The observed phase of inflation takes place on a\nhilltop-like potential but without fine-tuning of the initial inflaton position\nin field-space. We also show that all parameters of the model can take natural\nvalues, below any associated EFT-cutoff mass scales and field values, thus\nensuring straightforward theoretical control. We discuss the basic\nphenomenological considerations and constraints, as well as possible future\ndirections."
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+content = "Lévy walks are random walk processes whose step-lengths follow a\nlong-tailed power-law distribution. Due to their abundance as movement patterns\nof biological organisms, significant theoretical efforts have been devoted to\nidentifying the foraging circumstances that would make such patterns\nadvantageous. However, despite extensive research, there is currently no\nmathematical proof indicating that Lévy walks are, in any manner, preferable\nstrategies in higher dimensions than one. Here we prove that in finite\ntwo-dimensional terrains, the inverse-square Lévy walk strategy is extremely\nefficient at finding sparse targets of arbitrary size and shape. Moreover, this\nholds even under the weak model of intermittent detection. Conversely, any\nother intermittent Lévy walk fails to efficiently find either large targets\nor small ones. Our results shed new light on the Lévy foraging\nhypothesis, and are thus expected to impact future experiments on animals\nperforming Lévy walks."
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+content = "This paper presents a model-free reinforcement learning (RL) algorithm to\nsynthesize a control policy that maximizes the satisfaction probability of\nlinear temporal logic (LTL) specifications. Due to the consideration of\nenvironment and motion uncertainties, we model the robot motion as a\nprobabilistic labeled Markov decision process with unknown transition\nprobabilities and unknown probabilistic label functions. The LTL task\nspecification is converted to a limit deterministic generalized B\\\"uchi\nautomaton (LDGBA) with several accepting sets to maintain dense rewards during\nlearning. The novelty of applying LDGBA is to construct an embedded LDGBA\n(E-LDGBA) by designing a synchronous tracking-frontier function, which enables\nthe record of non-visited accepting sets without increasing dimensional and\ncomputational complexity. With appropriate dependent reward and discount\nfunctions, rigorous analysis shows that any method that optimizes the expected\ndiscount return of the RL-based approach is guaranteed to find the optimal\npolicy that maximizes the satisfaction probability of the LTL specifications. A\nmodel-free RL-based motion planning strategy is developed to generate the\noptimal policy in this paper. The effectiveness of the RL-based control\nsynthesis is demonstrated via simulation and experimental results."
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+content = "We study the transferring of useful energy (work) along a transmission line\nthat allows for partial preservation of quantum coherence. As a figure of merit\nwe adopt the maximum values that ergotropy, total ergotropy, and\nnon-equilibrium free-energy attain at the output of the line for an assigned\ninput energy threshold. For Phase-Invariant Bosonic Gaussian Channels (BGCs)\nmodels, we show that coherent inputs are optimal. For (one-mode) not\nPhase-Invariant BGCs we solve the optimization problem under the extra\nrestriction of Gaussian input signals."
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+content = "The tachyonic instability of the Kerr black holes is analyzed in the\nEinstein-scalar theory with the quadratic scalar couplings to two topological\nterms which are parity-even Gauss-Bonnet and parity-odd Chern-Simons terms. For\npositive coupling α, we use the (2+1)-dimensional hyperboloidal\nfoliation method to derive the threshold curve which is the boundary between\nstable and unstable Kerr black holes by considering a spherically symmetric\nscalar-mode perturbation. In case of negative coupling, a newly bound of\na≥0.26 with a the rotation parameter is found for unstable Kerr black\nholes and its threshold curve is derived."
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+content = "The tachyonic instability of the Kerr black holes is analyzed in the\nEinstein-scalar theory with the quadratic scalar couplings to two topological\nterms which are parity-even Gauss-Bonnet and parity-odd Chern-Simons terms. For\npositive coupling $\\alpha$, we use the (2+1)-dimensional hyperboloidal\nfoliation method to derive the threshold curve which is the boundary between\nstable and unstable Kerr black holes by considering a spherically symmetric\nscalar-mode perturbation. In case of negative coupling, a newly bound of\n$a\\ge0.26$ with $a$ the rotation parameter is found for unstable Kerr black\nholes and its threshold curve is derived."
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+content = "Beamforming is an imaging tool for the investigation of aeroacoustic\nphenomena and results in high dimensional data that is broken down to spectra\nby integrating spatial Regions Of Interest. This paper presents two methods\nthat enable the automated identification of aeroacoustic sources in sparse\nbeamforming maps and the extraction of their corresponding spectra to overcome\nthe manual definition of Regions Of Interest. The methods are evaluated on two\nscaled airframe half-model wind-tunnel measurements and on a generic monopole\nsource. The first relies on the spatial normal distribution of aeroacoustic\nbroadband sources in sparse beamforming maps. The second uses hierarchical\nclustering methods. Both methods are robust to statistical noise and predict\nthe existence, location, and spatial probability estimation for sources based\non which Regions Of Interest are automatically determined."
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+content = "(Gradient) Expectation Maximization (EM) is a widely used algorithm for\nestimating the maximum likelihood of mixture models or incomplete data\nproblems. A major challenge facing this popular technique is how to effectively\npreserve the privacy of sensitive data. Previous research on this problem has\nalready lead to the discovery of some Differentially Private (DP) algorithms\nfor (Gradient) EM. However, unlike in the non-private case, existing techniques\nare not yet able to provide finite sample statistical guarantees. To address\nthis issue, we propose in this paper the first DP version of (Gradient) EM\nalgorithm with statistical guarantees. Moreover, we apply our general framework\nto three canonical models: Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM), Mixture of Regressions\nModel (MRM) and Linear Regression with Missing Covariates (RMC). Specifically,\nfor GMM in the DP model, our estimation error is near optimal in some cases.\nFor the other two models, we provide the first finite sample statistical\nguarantees. Our theory is supported by thorough numerical experiments."
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+content = "In this paper we study a singular Finsler double phase problem with a\nnonlinear boundary condition and perturbations that have a type of critical\ngrowth, even on the boundary. Based on variational methods in combination with\ntruncation techniques we prove the existence of at least one weak solution for\nthis problem under very general assumptions. Even in the case when the Finsler\nmanifold reduces to the Euclidean norm, our work is the first one dealing with\na singular double phase problem and nonlinear boundary condition."
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+content = "We propose a comprehensive nonlinear ODE-based thermo-hydraulic model of a\ndistrict heating system featuring several heat producers, consumers and storage\ndevices which are interconnected through a distribution network of meshed\ntopology whose temperature dynamics are explicitly considered. Moreover, we\nanalyze the conditions under which the hydraulic and thermal subsystems of the\nmodel exhibit shifted passivity properties. For the hydraulic subsystem, our\nclaims on passivity draw on the monotonicity of the vector field associated to\nthe DH system's flow dynamics, which mainly codifies viscous friction effects\non the system's pressures. For the temperature dynamics, we propose a storage\nfunction based on the ectropy function of a thermodynamic system,\nrecently used in the passivity analysis of heat exchanger networks."
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+content = "In this paper, semilocal Milnor K-theory of fields is introduced and\nstudied. A strongly convergent spectral sequence relating semilocal Milnor\nK-theory to semilocal motivic cohomology is constructed. In weight 2, the\nmotivic cohomology groups H^p_Zar(k,ℤ(2)), p≤ 1, are computed\nas semilocal Milnor K-theory groups K^M_2,3-p(k). The following\napplications are given: (i) several criteria for the Beilinson-Soulé\nVanishing Conjecture; (ii) computation of K_4 of a field; (iii) the Beilinson\nconjecture for rational K-theory of fields of prime characteristic is shown\nto be equivalent to vanishing of rational semilocal Milnor K-theory."
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+content = "The study of generic properties of quantum states has led to an abundance of\ninsightful results. A meaningful set of states that can be efficiently prepared\nin experiments are ground states of gapped local Hamiltonians, which are well\napproximated by matrix product states. In this work, we introduce a picture of\ngeneric states within the trivial phase of matter with respect to their\nnon-equilibrium and entropic properties: We do so by rigorously exploring\nnon-translation-invariant matrix product states drawn from a local i.i.d.\nHaar-measure. We arrive at these results by exploiting techniques for computing\nmoments of random unitary matrices and by exploiting a mapping to partition\nfunctions of classical statistical models, a method that has lead to valuable\ninsights on local random quantum circuits. Specifically, we prove that such\ndisordered random matrix product states equilibrate exponentially well with\noverwhelming probability under the time evolution of Hamiltonians featuring a\nnon-degenerate spectrum. Moreover, we prove two results about the entanglement\nRenyi entropy: The entropy with respect to sufficiently disconnected subsystems\nis generically extensive in the system-size, and for small connected systems\nthe entropy is almost maximal for sufficiently large bond dimensions."
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+content = "The relationship between galaxy characteristics and the reionization of the\nuniverse remains elusive, mainly due to the observational difficulty in\naccessing the Lyman continuum (LyC) at these redshifts. It is thus important to\nidentify low-redshift LyC-leaking galaxies that can be used as laboratories to\ninvestigate the physical processes that allow LyC photons to escape. The\nweakness of the [S II] nebular emission lines relative to typical star-forming\ngalaxies has been proposed as a LyC predictor. In this paper, we show that the\n[S II]-deficiency is an effective method to select LyC-leaking candidates using\ndata from the Low-redshift LyC Survey, which has detected flux below the Lyman\nedge in 35 out of 66 star-forming galaxies with the Cosmic Origins Spectrograph\nonboard the Hubble Space Telescope. We show that LyC leakers tend to be more [S\nII]-deficient and that the fraction of their detections increases as [S\nII]-deficiency becomes more prominent. Correlational studies suggest that [S\nII]-deficiency complements other LyC diagnostics (such as strong Lyman-$\\alpha$\nemission and high [O III]/[O II]). Our results verify an additional technique\nby which reionization-era galaxies could be studied."
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+raw_name = "Serge Galliou"
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+raw_name = "Eugene N. Ivanov"
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+content = "This work describes the operation of a High Frequency Gravitational Wave\ndetector based on a cryogenic Bulk Acoustic Wave (BAW) cavity and reports\nobservation of rare events during 153 days of operation over two seperate\nexperimental runs (Run 1 and Run 2). In both Run 1 and Run 2 two modes were\nsimultaneously monitored. Across both runs, the 3rd overtone of the fast shear\nmode (3B) operating at 5.506 MHz was monitored, while in Run 1 the second mode\nwas chosen to be the 5th OT of the slow shear mode (5C) operating at 8.392 MHz.\nHowever, in Run 2 the second mode was selected to be closer in frequency to the\nfirst mode, and chosen to be the 3rd overtone of the slow shear mode (3C)\noperating at 4.993 MHz. Two strong events were observed as transients\nresponding to energy deposition within acoustic modes of the cavity. The first\nevent occurred during Run 1 on the 12/05/2019 (UTC), and was observed in the\n5.506 MHz mode, while the second mode at 8.392 MHz observed no event. During\nRun 2, a second event occurred on the 27/11/2019(UTC) and was observed by both\nmodes. Timing of the events were checked against available environmental\nobservations as well as data from other detectors. Various possibilities\nexplaining the origins of the events are discussed."
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