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Anderson Localization in high dimensional lattices

Anderson Localization in high dimensional lattices

... ] in 2006: the authors showed that, if the temperature is finite but small enough, electron-electron interaction alone can not cause finite ...Body Localization Transition. The analysis in [ 48 ] ... Voir le document complet

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One-dimensional Anderson localization in certain correlated random potentials

One-dimensional Anderson localization in certain correlated random potentials

... study Anderson localization of ultracold atoms in weak, one-dimensional speckle potentials, using perturbation theory beyond Born ...where localization lengths differ by orders of ... Voir le document complet

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Critical properties of the Anderson localization transition and the high dimensional limit

Critical properties of the Anderson localization transition and the high dimensional limit

... • Anderson localization and rarefied conduct- ing ...Bethe lattices is a good starting point to get a physical picture of AL on finite dimensional lat- ...pated in [39, ...that ... Voir le document complet

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Distributed detection/localization of change-points in high-dimensional network traffic data

Distributed detection/localization of change-points in high-dimensional network traffic data

... consists in exploiting the TCP three-way hand- shake mechanism and its limitation in maintaining half-open ...up in the system memory of the server to maintain all half-open connections, this leading ... Voir le document complet

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Complexity of two-dimensional quasimodes at the transition from weak scattering to Anderson localization

Complexity of two-dimensional quasimodes at the transition from weak scattering to Anderson localization

... distributed in the extended ...system. In that case, residual reflection either at the boundaries or from the PML layers may not be negligible and may result in periodic patterns, similar to those of ... Voir le document complet

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Direct observation of Anderson localization of matter-waves in a controlled disorder

Direct observation of Anderson localization of matter-waves in a controlled disorder

... that localization results from many quantum reflections of small amplitude; ii) atomic density small enough that interactions are ...the localization length, and compare it to theoretical ...that, in ... Voir le document complet

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Chaos-assisted tunneling in the presence of Anderson localization

Chaos-assisted tunneling in the presence of Anderson localization

... Indeed, in dimension two or higher or in time- dependent systems, the dynamics becomes more com- plex with various degrees of chaos, and the tunneling effect can become markedly different ...chaos in ... Voir le document complet

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Universal metallic and insulating properties of one dimensional Anderson Localization : a numerical Landauer study

Universal metallic and insulating properties of one dimensional Anderson Localization : a numerical Landauer study

... regime. In the insulating regime L x ≥ ξ, we expect a Log-normal conductance statistical distribu- tion ...However in the region g = 1 and for hgi ...(g) in agreement with [13, 14, 15, 16] as shown ... Voir le document complet

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Disorder-induced trapping versus Anderson localization in Bose-Einstein condensates expanding in disordered potentials

Disorder-induced trapping versus Anderson localization in Bose-Einstein condensates expanding in disordered potentials

... progress in cooling and trapping of neutral atoms [35, 36, 37]. In addition, controlled potentials with no defects, for instance periodic potentials (optical lattices), can be designed in a ... Voir le document complet

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Anderson Localization of Thermal Phonons Leads to a Thermal Conductivity Maximum

Anderson Localization of Thermal Phonons Leads to a Thermal Conductivity Maximum

... Calculations performed at 1K depict linear scaling of the thermal conductivity for lengths up to 560 nm for various levels of nanoparticle densities and justify the transition from ballistic to diffusive transport as T ... Voir le document complet

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Inverse Correction Of Fourier Transforms For One-dimensional Strongly Scattering Aperiodic Lattices

Inverse Correction Of Fourier Transforms For One-dimensional Strongly Scattering Aperiodic Lattices

... FT. In this way, we avoid directly assuming Bragg resonant behavior which may be more unpredictable and complicated than Debye–Waller approximation model in terms of aperiodic ...scattering lattices ... Voir le document complet

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Some statistical results in high-dimensional dependence modeling

Some statistical results in high-dimensional dependence modeling

... available in practice. In order to have an estimator which is adaptive both to s and σ, we will use the Square-Root Slope, introduced by Stucky and van de Geer ... Voir le document complet

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Collaborative multi-vehicle localization and mapping in high clutter environments

Collaborative multi-vehicle localization and mapping in high clutter environments

... missions in dynamic, high clutter and uncertain environmental conditions is quite ...come in handy for such exploration missions since a team of autonomous vehicels can explore an environment more ... Voir le document complet

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On Implication Bases in n-Lattices

On Implication Bases in n-Lattices

... 2.1. Lattices A lattice L is a structure that is defined differently depending on the ...domain. In order theory, L is a partially ordered set (E, ≤) in which every pair of elements e 1 , e 2 ∈ E has ... Voir le document complet

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High-dimensional $p$-norms

High-dimensional $p$-norms

... stable in distribution for the L 2 (Eu- clidean) metric. It tends to infinity in probability for p < 2 and to zero for p > ...is in line with the conclusions of Hinneburg et ...search in ... Voir le document complet

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High dimensional Apollonian networks

High dimensional Apollonian networks

... We denote the d-dimensional Apollonian network after t iterations by A(d, t), d ≥ 2, t ≥ 0. Then the d-dimensional Apollonian network at step t is constructed as follows: For t = 0, A(d, 0) is the complete ... Voir le document complet

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High dimensional Bayesian computation

High dimensional Bayesian computation

... Conclusion In this paper we introduced the use of low discrepancy sequences in approximate Bayesian ...(R)QMC in ABC can yield substantial variance reduction of estimators based on the approximate ... Voir le document complet

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High rate-localization for high-speed all-terrain robots

High rate-localization for high-speed all-terrain robots

... High rate-localization for high-speed all-terrain robots Cyril Roussillon and Simon Lacroix Abstract— Localization plays a central role in autonomous robot navigation, and a vast ... Voir le document complet

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High-Dimensional Topological Data Analysis

High-Dimensional Topological Data Analysis

... • Filamentary structures and stratified spaces: 1-dimensional filamen- tary structures appear in many domains (road networks, network of blood vessels, astronomy, etc.) and can be modeled as ... Voir le document complet

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Computational and statistical challenges in high dimensional statistical models

Computational and statistical challenges in high dimensional statistical models

... above", in the sense of iden- tifying the fundamental limits in the statistical performance of various families of known com- putationally efficient ...[BBH18]. In this line of work, the hard ... Voir le document complet

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