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Liquidations: DeFi on a Knife-edge
Liquidations: DeFi on a Knife-edge

By: Daniel Perez, Sam M. Werner, Jiahua Xu, Benjamin Livshits

SoK: Yield Aggregators in DeFi
SoK: Yield Aggregators in DeFi

By: Simon Cousaert, Jiahua Xu, Toshiko Matsui

Reincarnating Reinforcement Learning: Reusing Prior Computation to Accelerate Progress
Reincarnating Reinforcement Learning: Reusing Prior Computation to Accelerate Progress

By: Rishabh Agarwal, Max Schwarzer, Pablo Samuel Castro, Aaron Courville, Marc G. Bellemare

Cosmic Birefringence in 2022
Cosmic Birefringence in 2022

By: Patricia Diego-Palazuelos; Johannes R. Eskilt; Eiichiro Komatsu

EGRU: Event-based GRU for activity-sparse inference and learning
EGRU: Event-based GRU for activity-sparse inference and learning

By: Anand Subramoney, Khaleelulla Khan Nazeer, Mark Schöne, Christian Mayr, David Kappel

Quantum spin ice in three-dimensional Rydberg atom arrays
Quantum spin ice in three-dimensional Rydberg atom arrays

By: Jeet Shah, Gautam Nambiar, Alexey V. Gorshkov, Victor Galitski

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