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Sn4 P3 is introduced for the first time as an anode material for Na-ion batteries. Sn4 P3 delivers a high reversible capacity of 718 mA h g(-1), and shows very stable cycle performance with negligible capa-city fading over 100 cycles, which is attributed to the confinement effect of Sn nanocrystallites in the amorphous phosphorus matrix during cycling.
Despite the recent developments in light detection and ranging systems, discrepancies between strips on overlapping areas persist due to the systematic errors. This letter presents an algorithm that can be used to detect and adjust such discrepancies. To achieve this, extracting conjugate features from the strips is a prerequisite step. In this letter,(More)
SnSe alloy is examined for the first time as an anode for Na-ion batteries, and shows excellent electrochemical performance including a high reversible capacity of 707 mA h g(-1) and stable cycle performance over 50 cycles. Upon sodiation, SnSe is changed into amorphous NaxSn nanodomains dispersed in crystalline Na2Se, and SnSe is reversibly restored after(More)
—The objective of this paper is to extract a suitable number of evenly distributed matched points, given the characteristics of the site and the sensors involved. The intent is to increase the accuracy of automatic image-to-image registration for high-resolution multisensor data. The initial set of matching points is extracted using a scale-invariant(More)
Canopy cover is one of the most important elements in concealing military structures and enemy reconnaissance. In this study, we propose an algorithm for automatic generation of density measure of percent canopy cover, which is an attribute of the digital Military Map product, using high-resolution satellite images of inaccessible areas. The thematic(More)