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Benjamin Franklin, F. R. S., Sir Joshua Reynolds, F. R. S., P. R. A., Benjamin West, P. R. A. and the invention of bifocals

John R. Levene, Reginald Victor Jones, William Drummond MacDonald Paton
<span title="">1972</span> <i title="The Royal Society"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/bhllapkrlzfu7nn7mpngvrenoa" style="color: black;">Notes and Records: the Royal Society journal of the history of science</a> </i> &nbsp;
, and two famous artists, Sir Joshua Reynolds and Benjamin West.  ...  Secondly, but unlikely, did Franklin gather the idea, indirectly, through Sir Joshua? Thirdly, did Sir Joshua obtain the idea from Benjamin West?  ... 
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Random Field Optimization [article]

Joshua L. Pulsipher, Benjamin R. Davidson, Victor M. Zavala
<span title="2022-01-24">2022</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
We present a new modeling paradigm for optimization that we call random field optimization. Random fields are a powerful modeling abstraction that aims to capture the behavior of random variables that live on infinite-dimensional spaces (e.g., space and time) such as stochastic processes (e.g., time series, Gaussian processes, and Markov processes), random matrices, and random spatial fields. This paradigm involves sophisticated mathematical objects (e.g., stochastic differential equations and
more &raquo; ... pace-time kernel functions) and has been widely used in neuroscience, geoscience, physics, civil engineering, and computer graphics. Despite of this, however, random fields have seen limited use in optimization; specifically, existing optimization paradigms that involve uncertainty (e.g., stochastic programming and robust optimization) mostly focus on the use of finite random variables. This trend is rapidly changing with the advent of statistical optimization (e.g., Bayesian optimization) and multi-scale optimization (e.g., integration of molecular sciences and process engineering). Our work extends a recently-proposed abstraction for infinite-dimensional optimization problems by capturing more general uncertainty representations. Moreover, we discuss solution paradigms for this new class of problems based on finite transformations and sampling, and identify open questions and challenges.
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Preprojective Analogue of the Cone Construction [article]

Benjamin Cooper, Joshua Sussan
<span title="2018-04-24">2018</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
We formulate a relative, representation theoretic, notion of the algebraic cone construction. This motivates a generalization of the cone corresponding to a preprojective algebra.
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Insular Toponymies: Place-naming on Norfolk Island, South Pacific and Dudley Peninsula, Kangaroo Island

Luisa Caiazzo
<span title="2020-03-19">2020</span> <i title="Informa UK Limited"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/mxwh4n5concypagxsskdnu4bka" style="color: black;">Names</a> </i> &nbsp;
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Boosting H→ bb̅ with Machine Learning [article]

Joshua Lin, Marat Freytsis, Ian Moult, Benjamin Nachman
<span title="2018-08-10">2018</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
High p_T Higgs production at hadron colliders provides a direct probe of the internal structure of the gg → H loop with the H → bb̅ decay offering the most statistics due to the large branching ratio. Despite the overwhelming QCD background, recent advances in jet substructure have put the observation of the gg→ H → bb̅ channel at the LHC within the realm of possibility. In order to enhance the sensitivity to this process, we develop a two stream convolutional neural network, with one stream
more &raquo; ... ing on jet information and one using global event properties. The neural network significantly increases the discovery potential of a Higgs signal, both for high p_T Standard Model production as well for possible beyond the Standard Model contributions. Unlike most studies for boosted hadronically decaying massive particles, the boosted Higgs search is unique because double b-tagging rejects nearly all background processes that do not have two hard prongs. In this context --- which goes beyond state-of-the-art two-prong tagging --- the network is studied to identify the origin of the additional information leading to the increased significance. The procedures described here are also applicable to related final states where they can be used to identify additional sources of discrimination power that are not being exploited by current techniques.
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Deterministic Random Walks on the Integers [article]

Joshua Cooper, Benjamin Doerr, Joel Spencer, Gabor Tardos
<span title="2006-02-14">2006</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
Jim Propp's P-machine, also known as the "rotor router model" is a simple deterministic process that simulates a random walk on a graph. Instead of distributing chips to randomly chosen neighbors, it serves the neighbors in a fixed order. We investigate how well this process simulates a random walk. For the graph being the infinite path, we show that, independent of the starting configuration, at each time and on each vertex, the number of chips on this vertex deviates from the expected number
more &raquo; ... f chips in the random walk model by at most a constant c_1, which is approximately 2.29. For intervals of length L, this improves to a difference of O(log L), for the L_2 average of a contiguous set of intervals even to O(sqrtlog L). All these bounds are tight.
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Practical Near Neighbor Search via Group Testing [article]

Joshua Engels, Benjamin Coleman, Anshumali Shrivastava
<span title="2021-06-22">2021</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
In International Conference on Learning Representations, 2021. [15] Samuel M Nicholls, Joshua C Quick, Shuiquan Tang, and Nicholas J Loman.  ...  [19] Bart Thomee, David A Shamma, Gerald Friedland, Benjamin Elizalde, Karl Ni, Douglas Poland, Damian Borth, and Li-Jia Li. Yfcc100m: The new data in multimedia research.  ... 
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Stellar Population Inference with Prospector [article]

Benjamin D. Johnson, Joel Leja, Charlie Conroy, Joshua S. Speagle
<span title="2020-12-02">2020</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
Inference of the physical properties of stellar populations from observed photometry and spectroscopy is a key goal in the study of galaxy evolution. In recent years the quality and quantity of the available data has increased, and there have been corresponding efforts to increase the realism of the stellar population models used to interpret these observations. Describing the observed galaxy spectral energy distributions in detail now requires physical models with a large number of highly
more &raquo; ... lated parameters. These models do not fit easily on grids and necessitate a full exploration of the available parameter space. We present prospector, a flexible code for inferring stellar population parameters from photometry and spectroscopy spanning UV through IR wavelengths. This code is based on forward modeling the data and Monte Carlo sampling the posterior parameter distribution, enabling complex models and exploration of moderate dimensional parameter spaces. We describe the key ingredients of the code and discuss the general philosophy driving the design of these ingredients. We demonstrate some capabilities of the code on several datasets, including mock and real data.
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Sean Hier and Joshua Greenberg, eds., Surveillance: Power, Problems, and Politics

Benjamin J Muller
<span title="2010-08-22">2010</span> <i title="University of Alberta Libraries"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/fqfucrnhwzbsbli5cz3eaz2wju" style="color: black;">Canadian journal of sociology</a> </i> &nbsp;
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Assessing Consumer Demand for Georgia Lavender-Based Products

Joshua Berning, Benjamin Campbell, Joshua Buttshaw
<span title="2020-05-22">2020</span> <i title="Cambridge University Press (CUP)"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/zmlmkfcl4zcjhp2wx5ss22l7c4" style="color: black;">Journal of Agricultural and Applied Economics</a> </i> &nbsp;
To further improve the understanding of promoting locally grown lavender, we examine consumer willingness to pay (WTP) for three lavender-based products: lavender bundles, culinary lavender, and lavender oil. We evaluate an online sample located in the southeast using a double-bounded dichotomous choice contingent valuation survey. Lavender bundles have the highest WTP, followed by oil and culinary lavender. Certain marketing factors result in higher WTP, including product familiarity,
more &raquo; ... ty with the Georgia Grown program, and shopping frequency at farmers' markets. This study provides a better understanding of the opportunity for small-scale farmers to market specialty crops such as lavender.
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Graph Matching via Optimal Transport [article]

Ali Saad-Eldin, Benjamin D. Pedigo, Carey E. Priebe, Joshua T. Vogelstein
<span title="2021-11-09">2021</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
The graph matching problem seeks to find an alignment between the nodes of two graphs that minimizes the number of adjacency disagreements. Solving the graph matching is increasingly important due to it's applications in operations research, computer vision, neuroscience, and more. However, current state-of-the-art algorithms are inefficient in matching very large graphs, though they produce good accuracy. The main computational bottleneck of these algorithms is the linear assignment problem,
more &raquo; ... ich must be solved at each iteration. In this paper, we leverage the recent advances in the field of optimal transport to replace the accepted use of linear assignment algorithms. We present GOAT, a modification to the state-of-the-art graph matching approximation algorithm "FAQ" (Vogelstein, 2015), replacing its linear sum assignment step with the "Lightspeed Optimal Transport" method of Cuturi (2013). The modification provides improvements to both speed and empirical matching accuracy. The effectiveness of the approach is demonstrated in matching graphs in simulated and real data examples.
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Counterdiabatic control of biophysical processes [article]

Efe Ilker, Özenç Güngör, Benjamin Kuznets-Speck, Joshua Chiel, Sebastian Deffner, Michael Hinczewski
<span title="2021-06-14">2021</span> <i title="Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory"> bioRxiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
The biochemical reaction networks that regulate living systems are all stochastic to varying degrees. The resulting randomness affects biological outcomes at multiple scales, from the functional states of single proteins in a cell to the evolutionary trajectory of whole populations. Controlling how the distribution of these outcomes changes over time—via external interventions like timevarying concentrations of chemical species—is a complex challenge. In this work, we show how counterdiabatic
more &raquo; ... D) driving, first developed to control quantum systems, provides a versatile tool for steering biological processes. We develop a practical graph-theoretic framework for CD driving in discrete-state continuous-time Markov networks. We illustrate the formalism with examples from gene regulation and chaperone-assisted protein folding, demonstrating the possibility that nature can exploit CD driving to accelerate response to sudden environmental changes. We generalize the method to continuum Fokker-Planck models, and apply it to study AFM single-molecule pulling experiments in regimes where the typical assumption of adiabaticity breaks down, as well as an evolutionary model with competing genetic variants subject to time-varying selective pressures. The AFM analysis shows how CD driving can eliminate non-equilibrium artifacts due to large force ramps in such experiments, allowing accurate estimation of biomolecular properties.
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Differential Power Analysis [chapter]

Paul Kocher, Joshua Jaffe, Benjamin Jun
<span title="">1999</span> <i title="Springer Berlin Heidelberg"> <a target="_blank" rel="noopener" href="https://fatcat.wiki/container/2w3awgokqne6te4nvlofavy5a4" style="color: black;">Lecture Notes in Computer Science</a> </i> &nbsp;
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Multiple Spawning with Optimal Basis Set Expansion [article]

Sandy Yang, Joshua D. Coe, Benjamin Kaduk, Todd J. Martinez
<span title="2008-09-10">2008</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
The Full Multiple Spawning (FMS) method is designed to simulate quantum dynamics in the multi-state electronic problem. The FMS nuclear wavefunction is represented in a basis of coupled, frozen Gaussians, and the spawning procedure prescribes a means of adaptively increasing the size of the basis in order to capture population transfer between electronic states. Parent trajectories create children when passing through regions of significant nonadiabatic coupling. In order to converge branching
more &raquo; ... atios without allowing the basis to reach an impractical size, population transfer at individual spawning events should be made as effective as possible. Herein we detail a new algorithm for specifying the initial conditions of freshly spawned basis functions, one that minimizes the number of spawns needed for convergence by maximizing the efficiency of individual spawning events. Optimization is achieved by maximizing the coupling between parent and child trajectories, as a function of child position and momentum, at the point of spawning. The method is tested with a two-state, one-mode avoided crossing model and a two-state, two-mode conical intersection model.
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Dark Matter Interferometry [article]

Joshua W. Foster, Yonatan Kahn, Rachel Nguyen, Nicholas L. Rodd, Benjamin R. Safdi
<span title="2020-09-29">2020</span> <i > arXiv </i> &nbsp; <span class="release-stage" >pre-print</span>
The next generation of ultralight dark matter (DM) direct detection experiments, which could confirm sub-eV bosons as the dominant source of DM, will feature multiple detectors operating at various terrestrial locations. As a result of the wave-like nature of ultralight DM, spatially separated detectors will each measure a unique DM phase. When the separation between experiments is comparable to the DM coherence length, the spatially-varying phase contains information beyond that which is
more &raquo; ... ible at a single detector. We introduce a formalism to extract this information, which performs interferometry directly on the DM wave. In particular, we develop a likelihood-based framework that combines data from multiple experiments to constrain directional information about the DM phase space distribution. We show that the signal in multiple detectors is subject to a daily modulation effect unique to wave-like DM. Leveraging daily modulation, we illustrate that within days of an initial discovery multiple detectors acting in unison could localize directional parameters of the DM velocity distribution such as the direction of the solar velocity to sub-degree accuracy, or the direction of a putative cold DM stream to the sub-arcminute level. We outline how to optimize the locations of multiple detectors with either resonant cavity (such as ADMX or HAYSTAC) or quasistatic (such as ABRACADABRA or DM-Radio) readouts to have maximal sensitivity to the full 3-dimensional DM velocity distribution.
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