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+content = "Electron tomography is a widely used experimental technique for analyzing\nnanometer-scale structures of a large variety of materials in three dimensions.\nUnfortunately, the acquisition of conventional electron tomography tilt series\ncan easily take up one hour or more, depending on the complexity of the\nexperiment. Using electron tomography, it is therefore far from straightforward\nto obtain statistically meaningful 3D data, to investigate samples that do not\nwithstand long acquisition, or to perform in situ 3D characterization using\nthis technique. Various acquisition strategies have been proposed to accelerate\nthe tomographic acquisition, and reduce the required electron dose. These\nmethods include tilting the holder continuously while acquiring a projection\nmovie and a hybrid, incremental, methodology which combines the benefits of the\nconventional and continuous technique. In this paper, the different acquisition\nstrategies will be experimentally compared in terms of speed, resolution and\nelectron dose, based on experimental tilt series acquired for various metallic\nnanoparticles."
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+content = "We studied the effect of self-interaction error (SIE) on the static dipole\npolarizabilities of water clusters modelled with three increasingly\nsophisticated, non-empirical density functional approximations (DFAs), viz. the\nlocal spin density approximation (LDA), the Perdew-Burke-Ernzherof (PBE)\ngeneralized-gradient approximation (GGA), and the strongly constrained and\nappropriately normed (SCAN) meta-GGA, using the Perdew-Zunger\nself-interaction-correction (PZ-SIC) energy functional in the Fermi-Löwdin\norbital SIC (FLO-SIC) framework. Our results show that while all three DFAs\noverestimate the cluster polarizabilities, the description systematically\nimproves from LDA to PBE to SCAN. The self-correlation free SCAN predicts\npolarizabilities quite accurately with a mean absolute error (MAE) of 0.58\nBohr^3 with respect to coupled cluster singles and doubles (CCSD) values.\nRemoving SIE using PZ-SIC correctly reduces the DFA polarizabilities, but\nover-corrects, resulting in underestimated polarizabilities in SIC-LDA, -PBE,\nand -SCAN. Finally, we applied a recently proposed local-scaling SIC (LSIC)\nmethod using a quasi self-consistent scheme and using the kinetic energy\ndensity ratio as an iso-orbital indicator. The results show that the LSIC\npolarizabilities are in excellent agreement with mean absolute error of 0.08\nBohr^3 for LSIC-LDA and 0.06 Bohr^3 for LSIC-PBE with most recent CCSD\npolarizabilities. Likewise, the ionization energy estimates as an absolute of\nhighest occupied energy eigenvalue predicted by LSIC are also in excellent\nagreement with CCSD(T) ionization energies with MAE of 0.4 eV for LSIC-LDA and\n0.04 eV for LSIC-PBE. The LSIC-LDA predictions of ionization energies are\ncomparable to the reported GW ionization energies while the LSIC-PBE ionization\nenergies are more accurate than reported GW results."
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+content = "We studied the effect of self-interaction error (SIE) on the static dipole\npolarizabilities of water clusters modelled with three increasingly\nsophisticated, non-empirical density functional approximations (DFAs), viz. the\nlocal spin density approximation (LDA), the Perdew-Burke-Ernzherof (PBE)\ngeneralized-gradient approximation (GGA), and the strongly constrained and\nappropriately normed (SCAN) meta-GGA, using the Perdew-Zunger\nself-interaction-correction (PZ-SIC) energy functional in the Fermi-L\\\"owdin\norbital SIC (FLO-SIC) framework. Our results show that while all three DFAs\noverestimate the cluster polarizabilities, the description systematically\nimproves from LDA to PBE to SCAN. The self-correlation free SCAN predicts\npolarizabilities quite accurately with a mean absolute error (MAE) of 0.58\nBohr$^3$ with respect to coupled cluster singles and doubles (CCSD) values.\nRemoving SIE using PZ-SIC correctly reduces the DFA polarizabilities, but\nover-corrects, resulting in underestimated polarizabilities in SIC-LDA, -PBE,\nand -SCAN. Finally, we applied a recently proposed local-scaling SIC (LSIC)\nmethod using a quasi self-consistent scheme and using the kinetic energy\ndensity ratio as an iso-orbital indicator. The results show that the LSIC\npolarizabilities are in excellent agreement with mean absolute error of 0.08\nBohr$^3$ for LSIC-LDA and 0.06 Bohr$^3$ for LSIC-PBE with most recent CCSD\npolarizabilities. Likewise, the ionization energy estimates as an absolute of\nhighest occupied energy eigenvalue predicted by LSIC are also in excellent\nagreement with CCSD(T) ionization energies with MAE of 0.4 eV for LSIC-LDA and\n0.04 eV for LSIC-PBE. The LSIC-LDA predictions of ionization energies are\ncomparable to the reported GW ionization energies while the LSIC-PBE ionization\nenergies are more accurate than reported GW results."
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+content = "The upper critical field in type II superconductors is limited by the Pauli\nparamagnetic limit. In superconductors with strong Rashba spin-orbit coupling\nthis limit can be overcome by forming a helical state. Here we quantitatively\nstudy the magnetic field-temperature phase diagram of finite-size\nsuperconductors with Rashba spin-orbit coupling. We discuss the effect of\nfinite size and shape anisotropy. We demonstrate that the critical field is\ncontrollable by intrinsic parameters such as spin-orbit coupling strength and\ntunable parameters such as sample geometry and applied field direction. Our\nstudy opens new avenues for the design of superconducting spin-valves."
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+content = "SwSt 1 (PN G001.5-06.7) is a bright and compact planetary nebula containing a\nlate [WC]-type central star. Previous studies suggested that the nebular and\nstellar lines are slowly changing with time. We studied new and archival\noptical and ultraviolet spectra of the object. The [OIII] 4959 and 5007 A to\n$\\mathrm{H}\\beta$ line flux ratios decreased between about 1976 and 1997/2015.\nThe stellar spectrum also shows changes between these epochs. We modeled the\nstellar and nebular spectra observed at different epochs. The analyses indicate\na drop of the stellar temperature from about 42 kK to 40.5 kK between 1976 and\n1993. We do not detect significant changes between 1993 and 2015. The\nobservations show that the star performed a loop in the H-R diagram. This is\npossible when a shell source is activated during its post-AGB evolution. We\ninfer that a late thermal pulse (LTP) experienced by a massive post-AGB star\ncan explain the evolution of the central star. Such a star does not expand\nsignificantly as the result of the LTP and does not became a born-again red\ngiant. However, the released energy can remove the tiny H envelope of the star."
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+content = "In this work, we investigated the decays of the fully open-flavor tetraquark\nstate X_0(2900) which was observed by the LHCb Collaboration very recently.\nHere, the X_0(2900) was assigned as a S-wave D̅^∗ K^∗ hadronic\nmolecule with I=0, and the effective lagrangian approach was applied to\nestimate the partial decay widths. Moreover, we also predicted the decay\nbehaviors of the other unobserved X_J(J=1,2), which were the spin partners\nof the X_0(2900) in the S-wave D̅^∗ K^∗ picture. It was pointed\nout that the X_1 state with I=0 was a broad state with the width more than\none hundred MeV, while another X_2 state with I=0 was a narrow state with\nthe width approaching half of that for the X_0(2900). In addition, our\nresults also showed that the D̅^∗ K mode was expected to be the\ndominant decay mode for both X_1 and X_2. Searching for those unobserved\nX_J(J=1,2) in the future experiments might be helpful to understand the\nnature of X_0(2900)."
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+content = "A (folklore?) conjecture states that no holomorphic modular form\nF(τ)=∑_n=1^∞ a_nq^n∈ qℤ[[q]] exists, where q=e^2π\niτ, such that its anti-derivative ∑_n=1^∞ a_nq^n/n has\nintegral coefficients in the q-expansion. A recent observation of Broadhurst\nand Zudilin, rigorously accomplished by Li and Neururer, led to examples of\nmeromorphic modular forms possessing the integrality property. In this note we\ninvestigate the arithmetic phenomenon from a systematic perspective and discuss\nrelated transcendental extensions of the differentially closed ring of\nquasi-modular forms."
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+content = "A (folklore?) conjecture states that no holomorphic modular form\n$F(\\tau)=\\sum_{n=1}^\\infty a_nq^n\\in q\\mathbb Z[[q]]$ exists, where $q=e^{2\\pi\ni\\tau}$, such that its anti-derivative $\\sum_{n=1}^\\infty a_nq^n/n$ has\nintegral coefficients in the $q$-expansion. A recent observation of Broadhurst\nand Zudilin, rigorously accomplished by Li and Neururer, led to examples of\nmeromorphic modular forms possessing the integrality property. In this note we\ninvestigate the arithmetic phenomenon from a systematic perspective and discuss\nrelated transcendental extensions of the differentially closed ring of\nquasi-modular forms."
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+content = "Let (t_n)_n≥0 be the well konwn ±1 Thue-Morse sequence\n\n    +1,-1,-1,+1,-1,+1,+1,-1,⋯.\n Since the 1982-1983 work of Coquet and\nDekking, it is known that ∑_k<nt_ke^2kπ i/3 is strongly\nrelated to the famous Koch curve. As a natural generalization, for integer\nm≥1, we use ∑_k<nδ_ke^2kπ i/m to define generalized\nKoch curve, where (δ_n)_n≥0 is the generalized Thue-Morse sequence\ndefined to be the unique fixed point of the morphism\n\n    +1↦+1,+δ_1,⋯,+δ_m\n\n\n    -1↦-1,-δ_1,⋯,-δ_m\n beginning with δ_0=+1 and\nδ_1,⋯,δ_m∈{+1,-1}, and we prove that generalized Koch\ncurves are the attractors of corresponding iterated function systems. For the\ncase that m≥2, δ_0=⋯=δ_⌊m/4⌋=+1,\nδ_⌊m/4⌋+1=⋯=δ_m-⌊m/4⌋-1=-1\nand δ_m-⌊m/4⌋=⋯=δ_m=+1, the open set\ncondition holds, and then the corresponding generalized Koch curve has\nHausdorff, packing and box dimension\nlog(m+1)/log|∑_k=0^mδ_ke^2kπ i/m|, where taking m=3\nand then δ_0=+1,δ_1=δ_2=-1,δ_3=+1 will recover the result\non the classical Koch curve."
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+content = "Let $(t_n)_{n\\ge0}$ be the well konwn $\\pm1$ Thue-Morse sequence\n$$+1,-1,-1,+1,-1,+1,+1,-1,\\cdots.$$ Since the 1982-1983 work of Coquet and\nDekking, it is known that $\\sum_{k<n}t_ke^\\frac{2k\\pi i}{3}$ is strongly\nrelated to the famous Koch curve. As a natural generalization, for integer\n$m\\ge1$, we use $\\sum_{k<n}\\delta_ke^\\frac{2k\\pi i}{m}$ to define generalized\nKoch curve, where $(\\delta_n)_{n\\ge0}$ is the generalized Thue-Morse sequence\ndefined to be the unique fixed point of the morphism\n$$+1\\mapsto+1,+\\delta_1,\\cdots,+\\delta_m$$\n$$-1\\mapsto-1,-\\delta_1,\\cdots,-\\delta_m$$ beginning with $\\delta_0=+1$ and\n$\\delta_1,\\cdots,\\delta_m\\in\\{+1,-1\\}$, and we prove that generalized Koch\ncurves are the attractors of corresponding iterated function systems. For the\ncase that $m\\ge2$, $\\delta_0=\\cdots=\\delta_{\\lfloor\\frac{m}{4}\\rfloor}=+1$,\n$\\delta_{\\lfloor\\frac{m}{4}\\rfloor+1}=\\cdots=\\delta_{m-\\lfloor\\frac{m}{4}\\rfloor-1}=-1$\nand $\\delta_{m-\\lfloor\\frac{m}{4}\\rfloor}=\\cdots=\\delta_m=+1$, the open set\ncondition holds, and then the corresponding generalized Koch curve has\nHausdorff, packing and box dimension\n$\\log(m+1)/\\log|\\sum_{k=0}^m\\delta_ke^{\\frac{2k\\pi i}{m}}|$, where taking $m=3$\nand then $\\delta_0=+1,\\delta_1=\\delta_2=-1,\\delta_3=+1$ will recover the result\non the classical Koch curve."
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+content = "Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) has drastically overwhelmed more than 200\ncountries affecting millions and claiming almost 1 million lives, since its\nemergence in late 2019. This highly contagious disease can easily spread, and\nif not controlled in a timely fashion, can rapidly incapacitate healthcare\nsystems. The current standard diagnosis method, the Reverse Transcription\nPolymerase Chain Reaction (RT- PCR), is time consuming, and subject to low\nsensitivity. Chest Radiograph (CXR), the first imaging modality to be used, is\nreadily available and gives immediate results. However, it has notoriously\nlower sensitivity than Computed Tomography (CT), which can be used efficiently\nto complement other diagnostic methods. This paper introduces a new COVID-19 CT\nscan dataset, referred to as COVID-CT-MD, consisting of not only COVID-19\ncases, but also healthy and subjects infected by Community Acquired Pneumonia\n(CAP). COVID-CT-MD dataset, which is accompanied with lobe-level, slice-level\nand patient-level labels, has the potential to facilitate the COVID-19\nresearch, in particular COVID-CT-MD can assist in development of advanced\nMachine Learning (ML) and Deep Neural Network (DNN) based solutions."
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+content = "To search for optical counterparts to gravitational waves, it is crucial to\ndevelop an efficient follow-up method that allows for both a quick telescopic\nscan of the event localization region and search through the resulting image\ndata for plausible optical transients. We present a method to detect these\ntransients based on an artificial neural network. We describe the architecture\nof two networks capable of comparing images of the same part of the sky taken\nby different telescopes. One image corresponds to the epoch in which a\npotential transient could exist; the other is a reference image of an earlier\nepoch. We use data obtained by the Dr. Cristina V. Torres Memorial Astronomical\nObservatory and archival reference images from the Sloan Digital Sky Survey. We\ntrained a convolutional neural network and a dense layer network on simulated\nsource samples and tested the trained networks on samples created from real\nimage data. Autonomous detection methods replace the standard process of\ndetecting transients, which is normally achieved by source extraction of a\ndifference image followed by human inspection of the detected candidates.\nReplacing the human inspection component with an entirely autonomous method\nwould allow for a rapid and automatic follow-up of interesting targets of\nopportunity. The method will be further tested on telescopes participating in\nthe Transient Optical Robotic Observatory of the South Collaboration."
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+content = "The magma ocean period was a critical phase determining how Earth atmosphere\ndeveloped into habitability. However there are major uncertainties in the role\nof key processes such as outgassing from the planetary interior and escape of\nspecies to space that play a major role in determining the atmosphere of early\nEarth. We investigate the influence of outgassing of various species and escape\nof H_2 for different mantle redox states upon the composition and evolution\nof the atmosphere for the magma ocean period. We include an important new\natmosphere-interior coupling mechanism namely the redox evolution of the mantle\nwhich strongly affects the outgassing of species. We simulate the volatile\noutgassing and chemical speciation at the surface for various redox states of\nthe mantle by employing a C-H-O based chemical speciation model combined with\nan interior outgassing model. We then apply a line-by-line radiative transfer\nmodel to study the remote appearance of the planet in terms of the infrared\nemission and transmission. Finally, we use a parameterized diffusion-limited\nand XUV energy-driven atmospheric escape model to calculate the loss of H_2\nto space. We have simulated the thermal emission and transmission spectra for\nreduced or oxidized atmospheres present during the magma ocean period of Earth.\nReduced or thin atmospheres consisting of H_2 in abundance emit more\nradiation to space and have larger effective height as compared to oxidized or\nthick atmospheres which are abundant in H_2O and CO_2. We obtain the\noutgassing rates of H2 from the mantle into the atmosphere to be a factor of\nten times larger than the rates of diffusion-limited escape to space. Our work\npresents useful insight into the development of Earth atmosphere during the\nmagma ocean period as well as input to guide future studies discussing\nexoplanetary interior compositions."
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+content = "The magma ocean period was a critical phase determining how Earth atmosphere\ndeveloped into habitability. However there are major uncertainties in the role\nof key processes such as outgassing from the planetary interior and escape of\nspecies to space that play a major role in determining the atmosphere of early\nEarth. We investigate the influence of outgassing of various species and escape\nof H$_2$ for different mantle redox states upon the composition and evolution\nof the atmosphere for the magma ocean period. We include an important new\natmosphere-interior coupling mechanism namely the redox evolution of the mantle\nwhich strongly affects the outgassing of species. We simulate the volatile\noutgassing and chemical speciation at the surface for various redox states of\nthe mantle by employing a C-H-O based chemical speciation model combined with\nan interior outgassing model. We then apply a line-by-line radiative transfer\nmodel to study the remote appearance of the planet in terms of the infrared\nemission and transmission. Finally, we use a parameterized diffusion-limited\nand XUV energy-driven atmospheric escape model to calculate the loss of H$_2$\nto space. We have simulated the thermal emission and transmission spectra for\nreduced or oxidized atmospheres present during the magma ocean period of Earth.\nReduced or thin atmospheres consisting of H$_2$ in abundance emit more\nradiation to space and have larger effective height as compared to oxidized or\nthick atmospheres which are abundant in H$_2$O and CO$_2$. We obtain the\noutgassing rates of H2 from the mantle into the atmosphere to be a factor of\nten times larger than the rates of diffusion-limited escape to space. Our work\npresents useful insight into the development of Earth atmosphere during the\nmagma ocean period as well as input to guide future studies discussing\nexoplanetary interior compositions."
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+content = "We study the convergence of a sequence of evolution equations for measures\nsupported on the nodes of a graph. The evolution equations themselves can be\ninterpreted as the forward Kolmogorov equations of Markov jump processes, or\nequivalently as the equations for the concentrations in a network of linear\nreactions. The jump rates or reaction rates are divided in two classes; `slow'\nrates are constant, and `fast' rates are scaled asxa01/ϵ, and we prove\nthe convergence in the fast-reaction limit ϵ→0.\n  We establish a Γ-convergence result for the rate functional in terms\nof both the concentration at each node and the flux over each edge (the\nlevel-2.5 rate function). The limiting system is again described by a\nfunctional, and characterizes both fast and slow fluxes in the system.\n  This method of proof has three advantages. First, no condition of detailed\nbalance is required. Secondly, the formulation in terms of concentration and\nflux leads to a short and simple proof of the Γ-convergence; the price\nto pay is a more involved compactness proof. Finally, the method of proof deals\nwith approximate solutions, for which the functional is not zero but small,\nwithout any changes."
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+content = "The Matrix Element Method is a promising multi-variate analysis tool which\noffers an optimal approach to compare theory and experiment according to the\nNeyman-Pearson lemma. However, until recently its usage has been limited by the\nfact that only leading-order predictions could be employed. The imperfect\napproximation of the underlying probability distribution can introduce a\nsignificant bias into the analysis which requires a major calibration for the\nmethod when applied to parameter determination. Moreover, estimating\ntheoretical uncertainties by scale variation may yield unreliable results. We\npresent the extension of the Matrix Element Method to next-to-leading order in\nQCD applicable to LHC data defined by common jet algorithms. The accuracy gain\nis illustrated by simulating a top-quark mass determination from single\ntop-quark events generated with POWHEG+PYTHIA. Additionally, the method's\npotential for BSM parameter determination is demonstrated by simulating the\nextraction of a CP-violating Top-Yukawa coupling from events of single\ntop-quarks in association with a Higgs boson."
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+content = "We present non-contact atomic-force-microscopy measurements of the\nhydrodynamic interactions between a rigid sphere and an air bubble in water at\nthe microscale. The size of the bubble is found to have a significant effect on\nthe mechanical response due to the long-range capillary deformation of the\nair-water interface. We develop a viscocapillary lubrication model accounting\nfor the finite-size effect that allows to rationalize the experimental data.\nThis comparison allows us to measure the air-water surface tension, without\ncontact and thus wetting, paving the way towards robust non-contact tensiometry\nof polluted air-water interfaces."
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+content = "Translation is one of the main steps in the synthesis of proteins. It\nconsists of ribosomes that translate sequences of nucleotides encoded on mRNA\ninto polypeptide sequences of amino acids. Ribosomes bound to mRNA move\nunidirectionally, while unbound ribosomes diffuse in the cytoplasm. It has been\nhypothesized that finite diffusion of ribosomes plays an important role in\nribosome recycling and that mRNA circularization enhances the efficiency of\ntranslation. In order to estimate the effect of cytoplasmic diffusion on the\nrate of translation, we consider a Totally Asymmetric Simple Exclusion Process\n(TASEP) coupled to a finite diffusive reservoir, which we call the Ribosome\nTransport model with Diffusion (RTD). In this model, we derive an analytical\nexpression for the rate of protein synthesis as a function of the diffusion\nconstant of ribosomes, which is corroborated with results from continuous-time\nMonte Carlo simulations. Using a wide range of biological relevant parameters,\nwe conclude that diffusion in biological cells is fast enough so that it does\nnot play a role in controlling the rate of translation initiation."
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+content = "Inverse multiobjective optimization provides a general framework for the\nunsupervised learning task of inferring parameters of a multiobjective decision\nmaking problem (DMP), based on a set of observed decisions from the human\nexpert. However, the performance of this framework relies critically on the\navailability of an accurate DMP, sufficient decisions of high quality, and a\nparameter space that contains enough information about the DMP. To hedge\nagainst the uncertainties in the hypothetical DMP, the data, and the parameter\nspace, we investigate in this paper the distributionally robust approach for\ninverse multiobjective optimization. Specifically, we leverage the Wasserstein\nmetric to construct a ball centered at the empirical distribution of these\ndecisions. We then formulate a Wasserstein distributionally robust inverse\nmultiobjective optimization problem (WRO-IMOP) that minimizes a worst-case\nexpected loss function, where the worst case is taken over all distributions in\nthe Wasserstein ball. We show that the excess risk of the WRO-IMOP estimator\nhas a sub-linear convergence rate. Furthermore, we propose the semi-infinite\nreformulations of the WRO-IMOP and develop a cutting-plane algorithm that\nconverges to an approximate solution in finite iterations. Finally, we\ndemonstrate the effectiveness of our method on both a synthetic multiobjective\nquadratic program and a real world portfolio optimization problem."
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+raw_name = "Haiyang Pan"
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+content = "In recent years, memory wall has been a great performance bottleneck of\ncomputer system. To overcome it, Non-Volatile Main Memory (NVMM) technology has\nbeen discussed widely to provide a much larger main memory capacity. Last year,\nIntel released AEP Optane DIMM, which provides hundreds of GB capacity as a\npromising replacement of traditional DRAM memory. But as most key parameters of\nAEP is not open to users, there is a need to get to know them because they will\nguide a direction of further NVMM research. In this paper, we focus on\nmeasuring performance and architecture features of AEP DIMM. Together, we\nexplore the design of DRAM cache which is an important part of DRAM-AEP hybrid\nmemory system. As a result, we estimate the write latency of AEP DIMM which has\nnot been measured accurately. And, we discover the current design parameters of\nDRAM cache, such as tag organization, cache associativity and set index\nmapping. All of these features are first published on academic paper which are\ngreatly helpful to future NVMM optimizations."
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