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  3. We study the existence of special Lagrangian submanifolds of log Calabi–Yau manifolds equipped with the complete Ricci-flat Kähler metric constructed by Tian and Yau. We prove that if X is a Tian–Yau manifold and if the compact Calabi–Yau manifold at infinity admits a single special Lagrangian, then X admits infinitely many disjoint special Lagrangians. In complex dimension 2, we prove that if Y is a del Pezzo surface or a rational elliptic surface and D is a smooth divisor in the linear system of K_Y with D^2=d, then X=Y/D admits a special Lagrangian torus fibration, as conjectured by Strominger–Yau–Zaslow andmore »Auroux. In fact, we show that X admits twin special Lagrangian fibrations, confirming a prediction of Leung and Yau. In the special case that Y is a rational elliptic surface or Y=P^2, we identify the singular fibers for generic data, thereby confirming two conjectures of Auroux. Finally, we prove that after a hyper-Kähler rotation, X can be compactified to the complement of a Kodaira type I_d fiber appearing as a singular fiber in a rational elliptic surface.« less
  4. This paper proposes a computer vision framework aimed to segment hot steel sections and contribute to rolling precision. The steel section dimensions are calculated for the purposes of automating a high temperature rolling process. A structured forest algorithm along with the developed steel bar edge detection and regression algorithms extract the edges of the high temperature bars in optical videos captured by a GoPror camera. To quantify the impact of noises that affect the segmentation process and the final diameter measurements, a weighted variance is calculated, providing a level of trust in the measurements. The results show an accuracy whichmore »is in line with the rolling standards, i.e. with a root mean square error less than 2:5 mm.« less
  5. By studying two interband cascade laser (ICL) wafers with structural parameters that deviated considerably from the design, the durability of the device performance against structural variations was explored. Even with the lasing wavelength blue shifted by more than 700 nm from the designed value near 4.6 μm at 300 K, the ICLs still performed very well with a threshold current density as low as 320 A/cm2 at 300 K, providing solid experimental evidence of the tolerance of ICL performance on structural variations.
  6. An inherent issue in high-throughput rRNA gene tag sequencing microbiome surveys is that they provide compositional data in relative abundances. This often leads to spurious correlations, making the interpretation of relationships to biogeochemical rates challenging. To overcome this issue, we quantitatively estimated the abundance of microorganisms by spiking in known amounts of internal DNA standards. Using a 3-year sample set of diverse microbial communities from the Western Antarctica Peninsula, we demonstrated that the internal standard method yielded community profiles and taxon cooccurrence patterns substantially different from those derived using relative abundances. We found that the method provided results consistent withmore »the traditional CHEMTAX analysis of pigments and total bacterial counts by flow cytometry. Using the internal standard method, we also showed that chloroplast 16S rRNA gene data in microbial surveys can be used to estimate abundances of certain eukaryotic phototrophs such as cryptophytes and diatoms. In Phaeocystis, scatter in the 16S/18S rRNA gene ratio may be explained by physiological adaptation to environmental conditions. We conclude that the internal standard method, when applied to rRNA gene microbial community profiling, is quantitative and that its application will substantially improve our understanding of microbial ecosystems.« less