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The Boundary Forest Algorithm for Online Supervised and Unsupervised Learning

- C. Mathy, Nate Derbinsky, José Bento, Jonathan Rosenthal, J. Yedidia
- Computer Science, Mathematics
- AAAI
- 25 January 2015

We describe a new instance-based learning algorithm called the Boundary Forest (BF) algorithm, that can be used for supervised and unsupervised learning. The algorithm builds a forest of trees whose… Expand

Quantum flutter of supersonic particles in one-dimensional quantum liquids

- C. Mathy, M. Zvonarev, E. Demler
- Physics
- 21 March 2012

Fast particles propagating through a classical medium give rise to shock waves. Calculations now uncover the surprising behaviour of particles in one-dimensional quantum fluids: a fast particle will… Expand

Quantum flutter: signatures and robustness.

- M. Knap, C. Mathy, M. Ganahl, M. Zvonarev, E. Demler
- Physics, Medicine
- Physical review letters
- 14 March 2013

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Enlarging and cooling the Néel state in an optical lattice

We propose an experimental scheme to favor both the realization and the detection of the Neel state in a two-component gas of ultracold fermions in a three-dimensional simple-cubic optical lattice.… Expand

Trimers, molecules, and polarons in mass-imbalanced atomic Fermi gases.

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Proximal Operators for Multi-Agent Path Planning

- José Bento, Nate Derbinsky, C. Mathy, J. Yedidia
- Computer Science, Engineering
- AAAI
- 25 January 2015

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Accessing the Néel phase of ultracold fermionic atoms in a simple-cubic optical lattice

For a simple-cubic optical lattice with lattice spacing d, occupied by two species of fermionic atoms of mass m that interact repulsively, we ask what conditions maximize the Neel temperature in the… Expand

Experimental signatures of phase interference and subfemtosecond time dynamics on the incident energy axis of resonant inelastic x-ray scattering

- L. Wray, Shih-Wen Huang, +5 authors Y. Chuang
- Physics
- 27 January 2015

Core hole resonance is used in X-ray spectroscopy to incisively probe the local electronic states of many-body systems. Here, resonant inelastic X-ray scattering (RIXS) is studied as a function of… Expand

SPARTA : Fast global planning of collision-avoiding robot trajectories

- C. Mathy, Felix Gonda, +5 authors J. Yedidia
- 2015

We present an algorithm for obtaining collision-avoiding robot trajectories we call SPARTA (SPline-based ADMM for Robot Trajectory Avoidance). We break the problem of solving for collision-avoiding… Expand

Phase separation and collapse in Bose-Fermi mixtures with a Feshbach resonance

- F. Marchetti, C. Mathy, M. Parish, D. Huse
- Physics
- 4 January 2008

We consider a mixture of single-component bosonic and fermionic atoms with an interspecies interaction that is varied using a Feshbach resonance. By performing a mean-field analysis of a two-channel… Expand

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