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Atomic and Molecular Physics papers in Physics, S

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  1. We propose a biologically inspired framework for visual tracking based on discriminant center surround saliency. At each frame, discrimination of the target from the background is posed as a binary classification problem. From a pool of feature…
  2. This review summarizes literature data from the past 5 years on new developments and/or applications of sample preparation methods for analysis of volatile organic compounds (VOC), mainly in air and water matrices. Novel trends in the optimization…
  3. This paper presents an account of the current state of sampling, 50 years after Shannon's formulation of the sampling theorem. The emphasis is on regular sampling, where the grid is uniform. This topic has benefitted from a strong research revival…
  4. The satellite-transition MAS (STMAS) experiment offers an alternative approach to established methods such as dynamic angle spinning (DAS), double rotation (DOR), and multiple-quantum MAS (MQMAS) for obtaining high-resolution NMR spectra of…
  5. We present novel carbon-nanotube-based saturable absorbers. Using the low-temperature alcohol catalytic chemical-vapor deposition method, high-quality single-walled carbon nanotubes (SWNTs) were directly synthesized on quartz substrates and fiber…
  6. You will use a tunable diode laser to carry out spectroscopic studies of the rubidium atom. You will measure the Doppler-broadened ab- sorption profiles of the D2 transitions at 780 nm and then use the technique of satu- rated absorption…
  7. We performed saturated absorption spectroscopy of acetylene (C₂H₂) ν₁ + ν₃ band transitions with an optical nanofiber (ONF). Owing to high-intensity light around the ONF, we observed a Lamb dip at relatively low-power laser (~10 mW) without a…
  8. Polycrystalline, annealed tungsten targets were bombarded with 12.3 MeV W 4+ ions to various damage levels. Deuterium was implanted by high-flux plasmas in Pilot-PSI (>10 24 m −2 s −1 ) at a surface temperature below 525 K. Deuterium retention has…
  9. Saturation of the intensity dependence of the refractive index is directly computed from ionization rates via a Kramers-Kronig transform. The linear intensity dependence and its dispersion are found to be in excellent agreement with complete quantum…
  10. We experimentally and numerically characterize multiple filamentation of laser pulses with incident intensities of a few TW/cm2. Propagating 100 TW laser pulses over 42 m in air, we observe a new propagation regime where the filament density…
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