author={Parvez Alam},
  journal={Composites Engineering: An A–Z Guide},
  • P. Alam
  • Published 1 October 2021
  • Composites Engineering: An A–Z Guide
Do autoencoders need a bottleneck for anomaly detection?
It is found that non-bottlenecked architectures can outperform their bottlenecked counterparts on the popular task of CIFAR (inliers) vs SVHN (anomalies), among other tasks, shedding light on the potential of developing non- Bottlenecked AEs for improving anomaly detection.
Existence of an optimized stellarator with simple coils
An optimized compact stellarator with four simple coils is obtained from direct optimization via coil shape. The new stellarator consists of two interlocking coils and two vertical field coils
Graph-based machine learning beyond stable materials and relaxed crystal structures
This work investigates the performance of the Crystal Graph Convolutional Neural Network on a data set of theoretical structures in three related ternary phase diagrams, which thus include many highly unstable structures and demonstrates how the findings can be utilized to generate phase diagrams with a major reduction in computational effort.
MPEC: Distributed Matrix Multiplication Performance Modeling on a Scale-Out Cloud Environment for Data Mining Jobs
The proposed MPEC algorithm predicts the latency incurred when executing distributed matrix multiplication tasks of various input sizes and shapes with diverse instance types and a different number of worker nodes on cloud computing environments by decreasing the Mean Absolute Percentage Error (MAPE) in half.
Measurement of the $2S_{1/2},F$=$0 \rightarrow 2P_{1/2},F$=$1$ transition in Muonium
Muons are puzzling physicists since their discovery when they were first thought to be the meson predicted by Yukawa to mediate the strong force. The recent results at Fermilab on the muon g-2 anomaly
Nature of radio-wave radiation from particle cascades
The nature of the radio-wave radiation generated by particle cascades in both the Earth’s atmosphere and dense media such as ice has, historically, been much debated. This situation changed in the
Two Higgs doublets, Effective Interactions and a Strong First-Order Electroweak Phase Transition
: It is well-known that type II two Higgs doublet models (2HDMs) can struggle to facilitate a strong first-order electroweak phase transition in the early universe whilst remaining theoretically
A Further Milestone to the Use of Natural Fibres in Concrete – Past Findings, Barriers and Novel Research Avenues
Concrete as a building material is much appraised for its good compressive strength; however, its low tensile strength makes it a quasi-brittle material. Experiments have proven that fibres such as
Constraining electroweak and strongly charged long-lived particles with CheckMATE
Long-lived particles have become a new frontier in the exploration of physics beyond the Standard Model. In this paper, we present the implementation of four types of long-lived particle searches,