Paul Sabatino

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—This paper presents our solution to count all moving vehicles in a target region. This is a large-scale problem and cannot be solved by any single force in the global view. To achieve an accurate result without either double-or miscounting, the local counting at each checkpoint is synchronized in our wireless communication by using the information carried(More)
—Driving in an urban canyon can be frustrating when your GPS teller keeps telling you to make a turn at the place that you just passed, because the information transmission is deferred by the wireless signal reflecting off of buildings and other interfering objects. In this paper, we provide a practical solution for turn-to-turn guidance with inter-vehicle(More)
Two-dimensional materials, such as graphene, topological insulators, and two-dimensional electron gases, represent a technological playground to develop coherent electronics. In these systems, quantum interference effects, and in particular weak localization, are likely to occur. These coherence effects are usually characterized by well-defined features in(More)
Vortices are topological defects accounting for many important effects in superconductivity, superfluidity, and magnetism. Here we address the stability of a small number of such excitations driven by strong external forces. We focus on Abrikosov-Josephson vortex that appears in lateral superconducting S/S'/S weak links with suppressed superconductivity in(More)
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