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Person Re-identification by Deep Learning Multi-scale Representations
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In this work, we demonstrate the benefits of learning multi-scale person appearance features using Convolutional Neural Networks by aiming to jointly learn discriminative scale-specific features in image pyramid inputs. Expand
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Quantum noise in second generation, signal recycled laser interferometric gravitational wave detectors
It has long been thought that the sensitivity of laser interferometric gravitational-wave detectors is limited by the free-mass standard quantum limit, unless radical redesigns of the interferometersExpand
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A recipe for echoes from exotic compact objects
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Gravitational wave astronomy provides an unprecedented opportunity to test the nature of black holes and search for exotic, compact alternatives. Expand
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Cosmic Explorer: The U.S. Contribution to Gravitational-Wave Astronomy beyond LIGO
This white paper describes the research and development needed over the next decade to realize "Cosmic Explorer," the U.S. node of a future third-generation detector network that will be capable ofExpand
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Semi-supervised Deep Learning with Memory
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In this work, we propose a novel Memory-Assisted Deep Neural Network (MA-DNN) capable of exploiting the memory of model learning to enable semi-supervised learning. Expand
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An all-optical trap for a gram-scale mirror.
We report on a stable optical trap suitable for a macroscopic mirror, wherein the dynamics of the mirror are fully dominated by radiation pressure. The technique employs two frequency-offset laserExpand
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Deep Association Learning for Unsupervised Video Person Re-identification
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We formulate a novel Deep Association Learning (DAL) scheme, the first end-to-end deep learning method using none of the identity labels in model initialisation and training. Expand
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Scaling law in signal recycled laser-interferometer gravitational-wave detectors
By mapping the signal-recycling (SR) optical configuration to a three-mirror cavity, and then to a single detuned cavity, we express the SR optomechanical dynamics, input-output relation, and noiseExpand
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Detecting gravitational waves from precessing binaries of spinning compact objects: Adiabatic limit
Black-hole (BH) binaries with single-BH masses m = 5–20M⊙, moving on quasicircular orbits, are among the most promising sources for first-generation ground-based gravitational-wave (GW) detectors.Expand
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Transition from inspiral to plunge in precessing binaries of spinning black holes
We investigate the nonadiabatic dynamics of spinning black-hole binaries by using an analytical Hamiltonian completed with a radiation-reaction force, containing spin couplings, which matches theExpand
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