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PlanarRecon: Real-time 3D Plane Detection and Reconstruction from Posed Monocular Videos

We present PlanarRecon -- a novel framework for globally coherent detection
and reconstruction of 3D planes from a posed monocular video. Unlike previous
works that detect planes in 2D from a single i

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4D-OR: Semantic Scene Graphs for OR Domain Modeling

Surgical procedures are conducted in highly complex operating rooms (OR),
comprising different actors, devices, and interactions. To date, only medically
trained human experts are capable of understan

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Open or Sneaky? Fast or Slow? Light or Heavy?: Investigating Security Releases of Open Source Packages

Vulnerabilities in open source packages can be a security risk for the client
projects that use these packages as dependencies. When a new vulnerability is
discovered in a package, the package should

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Black Holes and WIMPs: All or Nothing or Something Else

We consider constraints on primordial black holes (PBHs) in the mass range $(
10^{-18}$ - $10^{15} )\,M_{\odot}$ if the dark matter (DM) comprises weakly
interacting massive particles (WIMPs) which fo

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r/WallStreetBets: A Case Study in Community Design and Social Psychology

WallStreetBets: Positions or Ban

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Neutrinos: Majorana or Dirac?

Are neutrinos with definite masses Majorana or Dirac particles? This is one of the most fundamental problem of the modern neutrino physics. The solution of this problem could be crucial for understand

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Godseed: Benevolent or Malevolent?

It is hypothesized by some thinkers that benign looking AI objectives may
result in powerful AI drives that may pose an existential risk to human
society. We analyze this scenario and find the underly

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Composition, Attention, or Both?

In this paper, we propose a novel architecture called Composition Attention
Grammars (CAGs) that recursively compose subtrees into a single vector
representation with a composition function, and selec

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Buy It Now, or Later, or Not Loss Aversion in Advance Purchasing

This paper studies the advance-purchase problem when a consumer has
reference-dependent preferences in the form of Koszegi and Rabin (2009), in
which planning affects reference formation. When the con

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Cats or CAT scans: transfer learning from natural or medical image source datasets?

Transfer learning is a widely used strategy in medical image analysis.
Instead of only training a network with a limited amount of data from the
target task of interest, we can first train the network

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Exponential integrators preserving first integrals or Lyapunov functions for conservative or dissipative systems

In this paper, combining the ideas of exponential integrators and discrete
gradients, we propose and analyze a new structure-preserving exponential scheme
for the conservative or dissipative system $\

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H0 tension or T0 tension?

We study if the discrepancy between the local and cosmological measurements of the Hubble constant $H_0$ can be reformulated as a tension in the cosmic microwave background (CMB) monopole temperature

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General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology

Cosmology and Nongalactic Astrophysics

High Energy Physics - Theory

$H_0$ tension or $M$ overestimation?

There is a strong discrepancy between the value of the Hubble parameter
$H_0^P$ obtained from large scale observations such as the Planck mission, and
the small scale value $H_0^R$, obtained from low

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To Explain or to Predict?

Statistical modeling is a powerful tool for developing and testing theories
by way of causal explanation, prediction, and description. In many disciplines
there is near-exclusive use of statistical mo

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Lambert's Theorem: Geometry or Dynamics?

Lambert's theorem (1761) on the elapsed time along a Keplerian arc drew the
attention of several prestigious mathematicians. In particular, they tried to
give simple and transparent proofs of it (see

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Dark matter or strong gravity?

We show that Newton's gravitational potential, augmented by a logarithmic
term, partly or wholly mitigates the need for dark matter. As a bonus, it also
explains why MOND seems to work at galactic sca

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General Relativity and Quantum Cosmology

High Energy Physics - Phenomenology

High Energy Physics - Theory

Asymptotic Safety: Swampland or Wonderland?

We investigate the consequences of combining swampland conjectures with the
requirement of asymptotic safety. To this end, we explore the infrared regime
of asymptotically safe gravity in the quadrati

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Space-time: Commutative or noncommutative ?

Noncommutativity of the spacetime coordinates has been explored in several
contexts, mostly associated to phenomena at the Planck length scale. However,
approaching this question through deformation t

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Object Detection for Graphical User Interface: Old Fashioned or Deep Learning or a Combination?

Detecting Graphical User Interface (GUI) elements in GUI images is a
domain-specific object detection task. It supports many software engineering
tasks, such as GUI animation and testing, GUI search a

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Chat Control or Child Protection?

Ian Levy and Crispin Robinson's position paper "Thoughts on child safety on
commodity platforms" is to be welcomed for extending the scope of the debate
about the extent to which child safety concerns

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