D. Hudson Smith

D. Hudson Smith
Clemson University | CU · Watt Innovation Center

Doctor of Philosophy

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italic xmlns:mml="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML" xmlns:xlink="http://www.w3.org/1999/xlink">The perception of color in sports teams and branding alike is a highly valued asset in broadcasting and marketing that is worth protecting. The appearance of color is impacted by many factors including capture source, ambient light, and the limitations...
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As demand for freshwater increases while supply remains stagnant, the critical need for sustainable water use in agriculture has led the EPA Strategic Plan to call for new technologies that can optimize water allocation in real-time. This work assesses the use of cloud-based artificial intelligence to detect early indicators of water stress across...
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We describe a procedure for engineering beams of cold atoms by selectively draining particles from a trapped gas based on momenta. Atoms escape through a filter potential that only transmits atoms with the desired momenta. We outline an algorithm that outputs a filter potential that produces a prespecified beam momentum profile. We illustrate this...
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In systems of ultracold atoms, pairwise interactions can be resonantly enhanced by a new mechanism which does not rely upon a magnetic Feshbach resonance. In this mechanism, interactions are controlled by tuning the frequency of an oscillating parallel component of the magnetic field close to the Bohr frequency for the transition to a two-atom boun...
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Many of the XYZ mesons discovered in the last decade can be identified as bound states in Born-Oppenheimer (B-O) potentials for a heavy quark and antiquark. They include quarkonium hybrids, which are bound states in excited flavor-singlet B-O potentials, and quarkonium tetraquarks, which are bound states in flavor-nonsinglet B-O potentials. We pres...
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The 2015-2017 Russian Internet Research Agency (IRA)'s coordinated information operation is one of the earliest and most studied of the social media age. A set of 38 city-specific inauthentic "newsfeeds" made up a large, underanalyzed part of its English-language output. We label 1,000 tweets from the IRA newsfeeds and a matched set of real news so...
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When watching sports on screen, fans recognize inconsistencies in their team colors. ColorNet is an artificial intelligence (AI) technology that ingests live video, adjusts each frame pixel‐by‐pixel, and outputs color corrected video in real‐time ensuring accurate brand colors. In this study, ColorNet is demonstrated using Clemson University's oran...
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Sports fans know their team’s colors and recognize inconsistencies in brand color display when their beloved team’s colors show up incorrectly during a broadcast. Repetition and consistency build brand recognition, and that equity is valuable and worth protecting. Accurate display of specified colors on-screen is impacted by many factors including...
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We describe a procedure for engineering beams of cold atoms by selectively filtering particles from a trapped gas based on momenta. A gas is spatially connected to an external potential whose transmission coefficient only allows atoms with desired momenta to escape from the trap. We outline an algorithm whose input is the desired transmission profi...
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We study the scattering off a time-periodic zero-range potential in one spatial dimension. We focus on the parameter regions that lead to zero-transmission probability (ZTP). For static potentials, ZTP leads to fermionization of distinguishable equal-mass particles. For time-periodic potentials, fermionization is prevented by the formation of evane...
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In systems of ultracold atoms, pairwise interactions are resonantly enhanced by the application of an oscillating magnetic field that is parallel to the spin-quantization axis of the atoms. The resonance occurs when the frequency of the applied field is precisely tuned near the transition frequency between the scattering atoms and a diatomic molecu...
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Deterministic preparation of an ultracold harmonically trapped one-dimensional Fermi gas consisting of a few fermions has been realized by the Heidelberg group. Using Floquet formalism, we study the time dynamics of two- and three-fermion systems in a harmonic trap under an oscillating magnetic field. We explore the dependence of these dynamics on...
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In systems of ultracold atoms, pairwise interactions can be resonantly enhanced by a new mechanism which does not rely upon a magnetic Feshbach resonance. In this mechanism, interactions are controlled by tuning the frequency of an oscillating parallel component of the magnetic field close to the Bohr frequency for the transition to a two-atom boun...
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In a system of ultracold atoms near a Feshbach resonance, pairs of atoms can be associated into universal dimers by an oscillating magnetic field with frequency near that determined by the dimer binding energy. We present a simple expression for the transition rate that takes into account many-body effects through a transition matrix element of the...
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In a recent experiment with ultracold trapped Rb85 atoms, Makotyn et al. studied a quantum-degenerate Bose gas in the unitary limit where its scattering length is infinitely large. We show that the observed momentum distributions are compatible with a universal relation that expresses the high-momentum tail in terms of the two-body contact C2 and t...
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Many of the XYZ mesons discovered in the last decade can be identified as bound states of a heavy quark and antiquark in Born-Oppenheimer (B-O) potentials defined by the energy of gluon and light-quark fields in the presence of static color sources. The mesons include quarkonium hybrids, which are bound states in excited flavor-singlet B-O potentia...
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Atom loss resonances in ultracold trapped atoms have been observed at scattering lengths near atom-dimer resonances, at which Efimov trimers cross the atom-dimer threshold, and near two-dimer resonances, at which universal tetramers cross the dimer-dimer threshold. We propose a new mechanism for these loss resonances in a Bose-Einstein condensate o...
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In several experiments with ultracold trapped atoms, a narrow loss feature has been observed near an {\it atom-dimer resonance}, at which there is an Efimov trimer at the atom-dimer threshold. The conventional interpretation of these loss features is that they are produced by the {\it avalanche mechanism}, in which the energetic atom and dimer from...
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Three-body recombination in ultracold trapped atoms produces an energetic atom and dimer that can escape from the trap. If the scattering cross sections are sufficiently large, rescattering of the escaping atoms and dimer can create an avalanche of lost atoms. As shown by Zaccanti et al., this mechanism can be enhanced by the existence of an Efimov...
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An Efimov trimer near the atom-dimer threshold can increase the atom loss rate in ultracold trapped atoms through the {\it avalanche mechanism} proposed by Zaccanti et al. A 3-body recombination event creates an energetic atom and dimer, whose subsequent elastic collisions produce additional atoms with sufficient energy to escape from the trapping...

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