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Today I Read

I always love reading interesting papers in physics. Here are some notes I wrote. Think of this as a casual lab notebook.

  • Overcoming catastrophic forgetting in neural networks (May 14, 2017)
    Summary: Using a newly defined loss function the authors could implement an idea that achieves the multi-task within one network.
    Categories: { astrophysics }
  • Unsolved Astrophysical Problems (January 11, 2017)
    Summary: Some unsolved astrophysical problems and possible connections to neutrinos.
    References: -
    Categories: { astrophysics }
  • Working Memory and Brain Waves (November 20, 2016)
    Summary: Working memory might be related to the background brain waves from theoretical point of view
    Categories: { neuroscience }
    Tags: #neuroscience #recurrent network #population model
  • Massless Neutrino Model (November 11, 2016)
    Summary: An idea about massless neutrino model
    Categories: { physics }
  • Popularity versus similarity in growing networks (November 06, 2016)
    Summary: Introduce geometry into the manifold of complex networks
    Categories: { networks }
  • Supernova (October 23, 2015)
    Summary: Supernova Q&A's.
    Categories: { astrophysics }
  • Biological Homochirality of Earth Life (October 15, 2015)
    Summary: Explain why life prefer homochirality
    Categories: { biophysics } { physics }
    Tags: #biological homochirality #evolution theory
  • By Lei Ma