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Plasma Image Classification Using Cosine Similarity Constrained CNN

@inproceedings{Falato2022PlasmaIC,
  title={Plasma Image Classification Using Cosine Similarity Constrained CNN},
  author={Michael J. Falato and Bradley T Wolfe and Tali M. Natan and Xinhua Zhang and Ryan M. Marshall and Yi Zhou and Paul M. Bellan and Zhehui Wang},
  year={2022}
}
Plasma jets are widely investigated both in the laboratory and in nature. Astrophysical objects such as black holes, active galactic nuclei, and young stellar objects commonly emit plasma jets in various forms. With the availability of data from plasma jet experiments resembling astrophysical plasma jets, classification of such data would potentially aid in investigating not only the underlying physics of the experiments but the study of astrophysical jets. In this work we use deep learning to… 

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