Nicolais Guevara

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Although Machine Learning (ML) based approaches have shown promise for Android malware detection, a set of critical challenges remain unaddressed. Some of those challenges arise in relation to proper evaluation of the detection approach while others are related to the design decisions of the same. In this paper, we systematically study the impact of these(More)
Microblogging data such as Twitter data contains valuable information that has the potential to help improve the speed, quality, and efficiency of disaster response. Machine learning can help with this by prioritizing the tweets with respect to various classification criteria. However, supervised learning algorithms require labeled data to learn accurate(More)
The phenomenon of electron correlation in atomic systems is examined and compared from the statistical, information theoretic, and energetic perspectives. Local correlation measures, based on the correlation coefficient, information entropies, and idempotency measure, are compared to the correlation energy density. Analysis of these local measures reveals(More)
Mutual information and information entropies in momentum space are proposed as measures of the nonlocal aspects of information. Singlet and triplet state members of the helium isoelectronic series are employed to examine Coulomb and Fermi correlations, and their manifestations, in both the position and momentum space mutual information measures. The triplet(More)
Mutual information is introduced as an electron correlation measure and examined for isoelectronic series and neutral atoms. We show that it possesses the required characteristics of a correlation measure and is superior to the behavior of the radial correlation coefficient in the neon series. A local mutual information, and related local quantities, are(More)
We calculate the three-body spectrum for identical bosons interacting via attractive 1/r(2) potentials. We find an infinite number of three-body states even when the pair interactions are too weak to support any two-body states. These new states thus share this surprising scenario with the Efimov effect, but are not themselves Efimov states. Our effect(More)
The common basis sets constructed for use in electronic structure calculations have been found inadequate for the representation of electrons participating in nonadiabatic time-dependent dynamics calculations. In this paper we outline an approach to construct electronic bases better suited for dynamical processes such as energy deposition and charge(More)
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