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Toward a Perfect Single-Photon Source

Rachel Berkowitz
2020 Physics  
The device could be used as a new standard for quantum computing and high-precision quantum measurements.  ...  Wang et al., "Observation of intensity squeezing in resonance fluorescence from a solid-state device," Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 153601 (2020). |  ...  The device could be used as a new standard for quantum computing and high-precision quantum measurements.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physics.13.s127 fatcat:sqqqrglgwnf5zpwoswnjg6vz74

Squeezed Environment Boosts Engine Performance

James Millen
2017 Physics  
For example, we can burn fuel to make the wheels of our cars turn.  ...  Another revolution is occurring at the nanoscale, where researchers are busy making nanomachines for a host of applications, such as targeted drug delivery and greenenergy storage.  ...  For example, a tiny pendulum immersed in a thermal en- * Vienna Center for Quantum Science and Technology, University of Vienna, 1090 Vienna, Austria Figure 1 : 1 Klaers and colleagues September  ... 
doi:10.1103/physics.10.99 fatcat:fm5elgxxhvebhh7nakhjhu5to4


Barakathulla Asrafali, Chakravarthy Venkateswaran, Natesan Yogesh
2021 Progress In Electromagnetics Research M  
The effective mode area for a TO cavity is at least 10 times smaller than the air-filled metallic cavity.  ...  A tiny dielectric material placed at the squeezed part of the cavity mode is heated rapidly with the temperature rise of 2.35 • C/s (11 • C/s) for the single (dual) e-m source excitation with the peak  ...  Significant attention has been paid to the concept of e-m beam concentration in tiny volumes using TO devices in the photonics research.  ... 
doi:10.2528/pierm21101804 fatcat:5zdp7x64lfchhhuot4sfgr6wem

Tiny SSD: A Tiny Single-shot Detection Deep Convolutional Neural Network for Real-time Embedded Object Detection [article]

Alexander Wong, Mohammad Javad Shafiee, Francis Li, Brendan Chwyl
2018 arXiv   pre-print
Recently, there has been an increasing focus in exploring small deep neural network architectures for object detection that are more suitable for embedded devices, such as Tiny YOLO and SqueezeDet.  ...  networks for widespread deployment on embedded devices is high computational and memory requirements.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENT The authors thank Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada, Canada Research Chairs Program, DarwinAI, and Nvidia for hardware support.  ... 
arXiv:1802.06488v1 fatcat:seijmwssazgktezwu42qss2e6e

Antireflux Compression Biliodigestive Anastomoses Formation with the Usage of the TiNi Shape Memory Implant

G.Ts Dambaev, V.E. Gunther, E.A. Avdoshina, O.A. Fatushina, M.M. Solovyov, N.G. Sivtseva, S.A. Agaev
2017 KnE Materials Science  
The usefulness of the anastomotic device for the valve compression anastomoses formation among animals was evaluated.  ...  In the area of the unbent rounds the compression isn't carried out, the tissue isn't squeezed.  ...  Various devices made of magnetic alloys, the biofragmented rings of BAR, the TiNi shape-memory superelastic devices are developed for their creation [2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8] .  ... 
doi:10.18502/kms.v2i1.811 fatcat:xrvicbeo3red3gwz5lhkemd57y

Transporting an Image through a Subwavelength Hole

Mário G. Silveirinha, Nader Engheta
2009 Physical Review Letters  
The proposed concepts hold promise for an unprecedented manipulation of the electromagnetic and optical fields in the nanoscale with potential applications in imaging and sensing.  ...  Here we show that despite these fundamental constraints it may be possible to transport and redirect a complex electromagnetic image through a tiny subwavelength hole with diameter considerably smaller  ...  This process can be understood by examining Fig. 1 , which reports a possible geometry for the proposed imaging device.  ... 
doi:10.1103/physrevlett.102.103902 pmid:19392114 fatcat:c5kd757jvreqxpnpszo3lqv3dy

Development of Haptic Stylus for Manipulating Virtual Objects in Mobile Devices

Dong-Soo Choi, In-Ho Yun, Tae-Hoon Kim, SangKyu Byeon, Sang-Youn Kim
2020 Actuators  
In mobile devices, the screen size limits conveyance of immersive experiences; haptic feedback coupled with visual feedback is expected to have a better effect to maximize the level of immersion.  ...  Acknowledgments: The authors thank the Cooperative Equipment Center at Koreatech for assistance with Universal Testing Machine (UTM) experiments.  ...  Conclusions A tiny haptic stylus based on MR fluids was presented as an interaction device for manipulating virtual reality contents in mobile devices.  ... 
doi:10.3390/act9020030 fatcat:wl4cohsvlzhttexodzbxdbpp34

Plasmonic antenna integrated Quantum Cascade Laser for mode confinement used for high sensitivity bio-sensing applications

Dibyendu Dey, John Kohoutek, Alireza Bonakdar, Ryan M. Gelfand, Omer Gokalp Memis, Hooman Mohseni
2011 IEEE Photonic Society 24th Annual Meeting  
Such compact device with high sensitivity can be useful for building midinfrared bio-sensors. Sensitivity is a key requirement to upgrade any bio-sensing devices.  ...  But it comes with a cost of using ultralow optical bandwidth (inversely proportional to Q) and thus the device gets heavily limited with probing capability for very specific objects.  ...  Such compact device with high sensitivity can be useful for building midinfrared bio-sensors. Sensitivity is a key requirement to upgrade any bio-sensing devices.  ... 
doi:10.1109/pho.2011.6110433 fatcat:exmxsbfsw5c3tmucllx73vfela

Automatic Convolutional Neural Architecture Search for Image Classification under Different Scenes

Yu Weng, Tianbao Zhou, Lei Liu, ChunLei Xia
2019 IEEE Access  
devices, such as embedded systems or mobile devices.  ...  We achieve a better performance than Darts on both the CIFAR10/CIFA100 and Tiny-ImageNet datasets. We retain the none operation in deriving the architecture.  ...  Finally, we develop a framework called CNAS to search for a best CNN architecture for different devices and datasets.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2019.2906369 fatcat:onxhpfmjcrhgdlrmf3hiwzatpa

Sutureless Compression Anastomoses Formation with Use of TiNi Device on the Small Gut

G.Ts. Dambaev, V.E. Gunther, O.A. Fatushina, Ye.A. Avdoshina, M.M. Solovyov, A.M. Fatushina, D.A. Iablonchuc
2017 KnE Materials Science  
No complications connected with the use of the compression device were noted.  ...  By the ninth day all the dogs had no compression devices in their abdominal cavities.  ...  The compression pressure between the squeezing elements of the device (branches) is 0,025 Hz/mm2.  ... 
doi:10.18502/kms.v2i1.798 fatcat:p3pnd5z5wve77awwcxxzwyfoaq

ULO: An Underwater Light-Weight Object Detector for Edge Computing

Lin Wang, Xiufen Ye, Shunli Wang, Peng Li
2022 Machines  
Moreover, ULO Tiny, a lite version of ULO, is proposed to achieve further computation reduction.  ...  The refined annotations are available to the public for research use.  ...  ULO ULO Tiny Settings avg. Time (s) FPS mAP (%) avg.  ... 
doi:10.3390/machines10080629 fatcat:mxzn7bpsgvhetastucbb7eddky

Page 29 of Metal Progress Vol. 77, Issue 6 [page]

1960 Metal Progress  
For further information circle No. 1842 on literature request card, p. 48-B even when joining tiny miniature parts.  ...  They eliminate previous bulky containers and the problems of mixing to formula or of filling application devices, and also reduce the setup time needed to inspect complex parts.  ... 

Weak measurement amplification in optomechanics via a squeezed coherent state pointer

Gang Li, Li-Bo Chen, Xiu-Min Lin, He-Shan Song
2015 Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics  
We present a scheme for achieving amplification of the displacement of the mirror in optomechanical cavity using single-photon postselection where the mirror is initially prepared in squeezed coherent  ...  The amplification depends on the enhanced fluctuations of the squeezed coherent state, and it is is caused by the noncommutativity of quantum mechanics relying on the squeezed coherent state, which can  ...  Second, we discuss experimental requirements for the optomechanical device.  ... 
doi:10.1088/0953-4075/48/16/165504 fatcat:cuen2lmjvrfypfmm6w3afql4au

Quantum squeezing by a parametric resonance in a SQUID [article]

T. Ojanen, J. Salo
2006 arXiv   pre-print
We study rotating squeezed quantum states created by a parametric resonance in an open harmonic system.  ...  Besides the theoretical interest, our studies are motivated by an opportunity for a practical quantum noise engineering.  ...  Only a tiny time-dependent deformations resulting from the driving remains. The noise varies periodically as a function of θ as the orientation of the squeezing is rotated, see Fig. 9 .  ... 
arXiv:cond-mat/0603709v1 fatcat:3w7hqlmbazeu5n2fcx7mef4nte

Spotlight on Plasmon Lasers

V. J. Sorger, X. Zhang
2011 Science  
The tiny coherent light spot from a plasmon laser is comparable in size to a single virus (around 20 nm in diameter), opening new possibilities such as ultrafast data communication and biomedical diagnostics  ...  Demands for ever-increasing speed and functionalities call for scaling down of photonic devices, similar to the trend in electronics.  ...  In addition, these tiny lasers can be used to store our optical and magnetic data with unprecedented capacity for consumer electronics.  ... 
doi:10.1126/science.1204862 pmid:21817040 fatcat:6txwxgnz4bg2vdbhq5fh4s3hhu
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