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In this paper, we present a novel Bayesian approach to recover simultaneously block sparse signals in the presence of outliers. The key advantage of our proposed method is the ability to handle non-stationary outliers, i.e. outliers which have time varying support. We validate our approach with empirical results showing the superiority of the proposed(More)
This paper discusses a paradigm shift in power delivery which enables low supply voltages for digital circuits — methods for connecting the voltage domains in series to enhance system efficiency and performance. Multiple, independent voltage levels enabled by this approach can reduce power consumption dramatically in microprocessor applications.(More)
—We propose a novel method called the Relevance Subject Machine (RSM) to solve the person re-identification (re-id) problem. RSM falls under the category of Bayesian sparse recovery algorithms and uses the sparse representation of the input video under a pre-defined dictionary to identify the subject in the video. Our approach focuses on the multi-shot(More)
—In this paper, we develop a Bayesian evidence maximization framework to solve the sparse non-negative least squares problem (S-NNLS). We introduce a family of scale mixtures referred as to Rectified Gaussian Scale Mixture (R-GSM) to model the sparsity enforcing prior distribution for the signal of interest. Through proper choice of the mixing density, the(More)
Multiphoton ionization and dissociation processes in diazirine have been studied experimentally via 304-325 nm two-photon absorption and theoretically by using the EOM-CCSD and B3LYP methods. The electronic structure calculations identified two excited valence states and four Rydberg states in the region 4.0-8.5 eV. In one-photon excitation, the strongest(More)
The electronic states of diazomethane in the region 3.00-8.00 eV have been characterized by ab initio calculations, and electronic transitions in the region 6.32-7.30 eV have been examined experimentally using a combination of 2 + 1 REMPI spectroscopy and photoelectron imaging in a molecular beam. In the examined region, three Rydberg states of 3p character(More)
Vibronic transitions to the 21A2(3py <-- pi) Rydberg state of CH2N2, CD2N2, and CHDN2 were recorded by 2 + 1 REMPI spectroscopy, and kinetic energy distributions (eKE) of photoelectrons from ionization of selected vibronic levels were determined by velocity map imaging. Normal-mode frequencies were obtained for the 21A2(3py) Rydberg state and for the(More)