This paper describes an attempt to extract multiple peripheral features of a point x(t i ,f j) on a time-spectrum (TS) pattern by observing n ×n neighborhoods of the point, and to incorporate these peripheral features (MPFPs: multiple peripheral feature planes) into the feature extractor of a speech recognition system together with MFCC parameters. Two… (More)
Fractionalization-the breaking up of an apparently indivisible microscopic degree of freedom-is one of the most counterintuitive phenomena in many-body physics. Here we study its most fundamental manifestation in spin ice, the only known fractionalized magnetic compound in 3D: we directly visualize the 1/r(2) magnetic Coulomb field of monopoles that emerge… (More)
We report the observation of magnetic superstructure in a magnetization plateau state of SrCu 2 (BO 3) 2 , a frustrated quasi-two-dimensional quantum spin system. The Cu and B nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra at 35 millikelvin indicate an apparently discontinuous phase transition from uniform magnetization to a modulated superstructure near 27… (More)
This Letter theoretically discusses quasiparticle states and nuclear spin relaxation rates T1-1 in the quasi-one-dimensional superconductor (TMTSF)2PF6 under a magnetic field applied parallel to the conduction chains. We study the effects of Josephson-type vortices on T1(-1) by solving the Bogoliubov-de Gennes equation for p-, d- or f-wave pairing… (More)
3. Observation of the T /(T − T c) Divergence of the µ + Spin Relaxation Rate in MnSi near T c .