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Last Updated: 05 July 2022

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Bayesian causal inference in automotive software engineering and online evaluation

In the face of such limitations, we develop a framework BOAT, combining observational and Bayesian causal inference in order to determine real-world consequences from complicated automotive software updates and help software development firms reach causal conclusions. In this research, we present three causal inference models in the Bayesian framework and their corresponding cases to address three common challenges of software evaluation in the automotive industry. In addition, we link the causal assumption theories to their consequences in practice, aiming to have a comprehensive guide on how to use causality models in automotive software engineering.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022arXiv220700222L/abstract


The Dangers of Computational Law and Cybersecurity; Perspectives from Engineering and the AI Act

Computational Law has begun playing a part in society, which has not been predicted for some time. We also take a look at machine-learning-specific adversary issues. We present three proposals, all of which are required for computational law to function globally, and that follow safety and security engineering concepts. We find that computational law must be considered seriously by many experts that use the same malware and computer systems, but also injustice because it fails inside it. Computational Juggling systems' failures are greater than if they were just software and hardware. However, there is a lot of optimism in EU's proposed AI Act, which is an important first attempt to bring the specific issues that Computational Law brings into the judicial realm.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022arXiv220700295R/abstract


High performance Broadband Photodetection Based on Graphene -- MoS$_{2x}$Se$_{2(1-x)}$ Alloy Engineered Phototransistors

In two-dimensional transition metal dichalcognides, alloy engineering has emerged as a viable method for tuning the bandgap as well as engineering the defect characteristics. The ability to synthesize these ultrathin TMDC components using chemical route has opened novel opportunities to produce hybrid multi-functional machines.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022arXiv220615032M/abstract


Strain engineering of the magnetic anisotropy and magnetic moment in NdFeO3 epitaxial thin films

Strain engineering is a simple way to fine tune the various functionalities of ABO3 perovskite oxide thin films' various functionality. Rare-earth orthoferrite RFeO3 materials such as NdFeO3 are of prime interest due to their magnetic properties as well as their industrial use as thin films. Magnetization amplitudes can be adjusted in and out of plane magnetization by varying the tensile misfit strain by decrease of film thickness below tc, although their ratio remains stable.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022arXiv220615071K/abstract


Story-thinking, computational-thinking, programming and software engineering

Working with stories and programming with computations require very different modes of thought. According to us, story-thinking and computational-thinking can be seen as two different ways of relating to the world, and that both contributes and ignores the world in different ways and for different ends. A proposal regarding a proposed future state of the country and several research questions for future research were briefly discussed here briefly. Two ways in which these problems could be addressed and identify candidate hypotheses about the current state of the world's current state of the world include one statement regarding a prospective future state and several research questions for future research.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022arXiv220615066R/abstract


Reservoir engineering strong quantum entanglement in cavity magnomechanical systems

Based on the reservoir engineering approach, we develop a hybrid cavity magnomechanical system to move the bipartite entanglements and achieve the strong microwave photon-phonon entanglement. The initial entanglement is directionally transferred to the photon-phonon subsystem, resulting in a robust bipartite entanglement in which the magnon mode serves as the cold reservoir to effectively cooling the Bogoliubov mode delocalized over the cavity and the mechanical deformation mode. Moreover, as the dissipation ratio between the cold reservoir mode and the target mode increases, we can achieve greater quantum entanglement and improved cooling effect.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022arXiv220614365L/abstract


Digital and analog resistive switching in NiO-based memristor by electrode engineering

In NiO-based memristors of various RS types, digital and analog, an electroforming-free bipolar resistive switching is demonstrated. The digital RS is shown by low operating voltages, large ON/OFF ratio, longer retention, and therefore are suitable for low power memory applications. The crystalline phases, microstructure, and defect density of sputtered NiO films can be controlled by electrode engineering, including the appearance of the bottom electrode.

Source link: https://ui.adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2022JaJAP..61M1009S/abstract

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