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Test Coverage Optimization for Large Code Problems
We propose an efficient algorithm for reducing the size of a test suite down to 1.10%, on the average, over the MPLS area. Expand
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Hot carrier solar cell absorber prerequisites and candidate material systems
Abstract The hot carrier cell aims to extract the electrical energy from photo-generated carriers before they thermalise to the band edges. Hence it can potentially achieve a high current and a highExpand
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Test Coverage Optimization for Large Code Problems
In this study, five algorithms were designed for reducing the size of test suites where two metrics, test's function reach ability and function's test intensity, were defined. Expand
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Hafnium nitride for hot carrier solar cells
Abstract Hot carrier solar cells is an attractive technology with the potential of reaching high energy conversion efficiencies approaching the thermodynamic limit of infinitely stackedExpand
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Nanosecond long excited state lifetimes observed in hafnium nitride
Abstract Increasing photovoltaic conversion efficiency by overcoming the fundamental loss mechanisms due to hot carrier thermalisation remains one of the challenges in solar energy research. A largeExpand
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Development of Absorber and Energy Selective Contacts for Hot Carrier Solar Cells
The hot carrier solar cell is one of the most promising advanced PV concepts with theoretical efficiency of over 65% at one sun. Two crucial components of the HC solar cell are: (i) Absorber whichExpand
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Numerical calculation of optical phonon decay rate in InN/GaN MQW
Anharmonic decay of high frequency phonons into low frequency vibrations is a significant energy loss mechanism in semiconductors. In the field of Hot Carrier Solar Cells (HCSC), preventing thisExpand
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Evaluation of hafnium nitride and zirconium nitride as Hot Carrier absorber
The Hot Carrier (HC) solar cell aims to tackle a major loss in conventional solar cells by collecting the hot carriers before they thermalise. The calculated efficiency of the HC solar cell is veryExpand
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Inelastic X-ray scattering measurements of III–V multiple quantum wells
Inelastic X-ray scattering (IXS) on an In0.17 Ga0.83As/ GaAs0.8 P0.2 multiple quantum well (MQW) superlattice has been conducted to investigate the potential for phonon bottlenecks in low dimensionalExpand
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Application of line scanning thermography for the detection of interlaminar disbonds in sandwich composite structures
An innovative Line Scanning Thermography (LST) inspection method is being developed as part of a Structural Damage Assessment System to access the health of in-service composite structures. TheExpand
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