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Wang Weifan's Cosmic Christ

Alexander Chow
2016 Modern Theology  
However, since the 1980s, another leading Chinese Protestant thinker, the evangelical Wang Weifan, would also articulate a cosmic Christology -not to reconcile the Christian with the communist, as with  ...  This paper will show that Wang Weifan's Christology is based on a broader ecumenical conversation but is ultimately part of a Chinese evangelical's attempt to construct a Chinese Christian theology.  ...  Margaret Kohl (London: SCM Press, 1990), 274-80. 8 Alexander Chow, 'Protestant ecumenism and theology in China since Edinburgh 1910', Missiology: An International Review 42, no. 2 (April 2014): 170-1.  ... 
doi:10.1111/moth.12260 fatcat:dvpbpbsktnd6zpkj4vtwcz6i3i

Mixed Hodge Structures on Alexander Modules [article]

Eva Elduque, Christian Geske, Moisés Herradón Cueto, Laurentiu Maxim, Botong Wang
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We show that the torsion parts A_*(U^f;ℚ) of the Alexander modules H_*(U^f;ℚ) carry canonical ℚ-mixed Hodge structures.  ...  We also prove that the covering map U^f → U induces a mixed Hodge structure morphism on the torsion parts of the Alexander modules.  ...  Wang is partially supported by the NSF grant DMS-1701305 and by a Sloan Fellowship.  ... 
arXiv:2002.01589v4 fatcat:z2kerursg5ajrjkzdbkwjjb5jm

Generic vanishing for semi-abelian varieties and integral Alexander modules [article]

Yongqiang Liu, Laurentiu Maxim, Botong Wang
2017 arXiv   pre-print
In particular, we obtain finiteness properties for the integral Alexander modules of complex algebraic varieties mapping to semi-abelian varieties.  ...  However, it is possible that the Alexander module H i (X ρ , K) is finitely generated over K for any field K, but the integral Alexander module H i (X ρ , Z) is not finitely generated over Z.  ...  However, the corresponding Alexander module H 1 (X ρ , K) is finitely generated over K, for any field K.  ... 
arXiv:1707.09806v1 fatcat:dmjik6i3wzcunevjrpbeakivuy

A low-loss ferrite circulator as a tunable chiral quantum system [article]

Ying-Ying Wang, Sean van Geldern, Thomas Connolly, Yu-Xin Wang, Alexander Shilcusky, Alexander McDonald, Aashish A. Clerk, Chen Wang
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Ferrite microwave circulators allow one to control the directional flow of microwave signals and noise, and thus play a crucial role in present-day superconducting quantum technology. They are typically viewed as a black-box, and their internal structure is not specified, let alone used as a resource. In this work, we demonstrate a low-loss waveguide circulator constructed with single-crystalline yttrium iron garnet (YIG) in a 3D cavity, and analyze it as a multi-mode hybrid quantum system with
more » ... coupled photonic and magnonic excitations. We show the coherent coupling of its chiral internal modes with integrated superconducting niobium cavities, and how this enables tunable non-reciprocal interactions between the intra-cavity photons. We also probe experimentally the effective non-Hermitian dynamics of this system and its effective non-reciprocal eigenmodes. The device platform provides a test bed for implementing non-reciprocal interactions in open-system circuit QED.
arXiv:2106.11283v2 fatcat:56fjo4g3azekbp4utwcrp7auge

Dualing GANs [article]

Yujia Li, Alexander Schwing, Kuan-Chieh Wang, Richard Zemel
2017 arXiv   pre-print
Generative adversarial nets (GANs) are a promising technique for modeling a distribution from samples. It is however well known that GAN training suffers from instability due to the nature of its maximin formulation. In this paper, we explore ways to tackle the instability problem by dualizing the discriminator. We start from linear discriminators in which case conjugate duality provides a mechanism to reformulate the saddle point objective into a maximization problem, such that both the
more » ... or and the discriminator of this 'dualing GAN' act in concert. We then demonstrate how to extend this intuition to non-linear formulations. For GANs with linear discriminators our approach is able to remove the instability in training, while for GANs with nonlinear discriminators our approach provides an alternative to the commonly used GAN training algorithm.
arXiv:1706.06216v1 fatcat:o6gcnyevbnflto2pb6dzcu4uda

Classification of Smoking and Calling using Deep Learning [article]

Miaowei Wang, Alexander William Mohacey, Hongyu Wang, James Apfel
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Since 2014, very deep convolutional neural networks have been proposed and become the must-have weapon for champions in all kinds of competition. In this report, a pipeline is introduced to perform the classification of smoking and calling by modifying the pretrained inception V3. Brightness enhancing based on deep learning is implemented to improve the classification of this classification task along with other useful training tricks. Based on the quality and quantity results, it can be
more » ... ed that this pipeline with small biased samples is practical and useful with high accuracy.
arXiv:2012.08026v1 fatcat:lpfcwjfigjcujery4foxrm4vt4

Alexander modules, Mellin transformation and variations of mixed Hodge structures [article]

Eva Elduque, Moisés Herradón Cueto, Laurenţiu Maxim, Botong Wang
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We also give an example of a variety whose Alexander module has non-semisimple torsion.  ...  To any complex algebraic variety endowed with a morphism to a complex affine torus we associate multivariable cohomological Alexander modules, and define natural mixed Hodge structures on their maximal  ...  Wang is partially supported a Sloan Fellowship and a WARF research grant.2.  ... 
arXiv:2104.09729v1 fatcat:os35klnerzfa7efbv53435nrre

Quantum integers and cyclotomy [article]

Alexander Borisov, Yang Wang, Melvyn B. Nathanson
2003 arXiv   pre-print
A sequence of functions f_n(q)_n=1^∞ satisfies the functional equation for multiplication of quantum integers if f_mn(q) = f_m(q)f_n(q^m) for all positive integers m and n. This paper describes the structure of all sequences of rational functions with rational coefficients that satisfy this functional equation.
arXiv:math/0310005v1 fatcat:qsts27jmvffhphzhpqeyldwuxm

The role of tubulointerstitial inflammation

Guoping Zheng, Yiping Wang, Deepika Mahajan, Xiaohong Qin, Ying Wang, Yuanmin Wang, Stephen I. Alexander, David C.H. Harris
2005 Kidney International  
The role of tubulointerstitial inflammation. Background. Exploration of the role of tubulointerstitial inflammation in experimental chronic renal disease (CRD) is an essential step to understanding and finding new treatments for human CRD. Adriamycin nephrosis (AN) is an experimental analogue of human focal glomerular sclerosis and tubulointerstitial inflammation. Methods. Using murine and rat AN, we have systematically investigated the pathogenic roles of chemokines, costimulatory molecules,
more » ... d inflammatory cells, such as macrophages and effector and regulatory T lymphocytes. The profile of humoral and cellular mediators was studied in vitro and in vivo. The pathogenic significance of various factors was investigated by DNA vaccination, leukocyte reconstitution and depletion, retroviral transduction, and blockade with monoclonal antibodies. Results. Renal cortical and tubular cell CC-chemokines, including MCP-1, RANTES, and MIP-1a, were up-regulated via mediation of NFjB, and contributed to disease by attracting inflammatory cells into the interstitium. The role of these chemokines was confirmed by DNA vaccination. CD40-CD40L costimulation signals were involved in expansion and activation of the inflammatory infiltrate, whereas PD-1 signals were inhibitory, and CD28-B7 appeared to have a neutral effect. Macrophage and CD8+ T cells were shown to be effectors of injury, whereas CD4+CD25+ and cd T cells acted as regulatory cells. FoxP3 transduction was able to convert naïve T cells to CD4+CD25+ regulatory T cells. Conclusion. There is a broad range of humoral and cellular factors involved in the pathogenesis of experimental CRD, some of which are potential targets for treatment of human CRD.
doi:10.1111/j.1523-1755.2005.09423.x pmid:15752251 fatcat:lv6ev6ma4jdh7hshgcfvqwjud4

Chemistry and Biology Of Multicomponent Reactions

Alexander Dömling, Wei Wang, Kan Wang
2012 Chemical Reviews  
Alexander Doemling on the design and synthesis of new drugs and combinatorial chemistry research. He has produced >20 peer reviewed papers. Wei Wang was born in Hubei, China in 1980.  ...  Kan Wang was born in Anhui, China in 1975. He obtained his B.S. in Applied Chemistry from University of Science and Technology of China in 1997.  ... 
doi:10.1021/cr100233r pmid:22435608 pmcid:PMC3712876 fatcat:a3od3ran6bfjfgaf77p4gpsr5i

Oxidative DNA adducts and DNA-protein cross-links are the major DNA lesions induced by arsenite

Da-Tian Bau, Tsu-Shing Wang, Chiao-Hui Chung, Alexander S S Wang, Alexander S S Wang, Kun-Yan Jan
2002 Environmental Health Perspectives  
, 3 Chiao-Hui Chung, 3 Alexander S.S.  ...  Wang, 1 and Kun-Yan Jan 1 DNA damage revealed by Fpg and EnIII digestion may come from arsenite inhibition of the excision of endogenous oxidative DNA damage Table 1 . 1 Effects of Fpg and proteinase  ... 
doi:10.1289/ehp.02110s5753 pmid:12426126 pmcid:PMC1241239 fatcat:6uo2hmbuhja57lfjr7gh6onw6i

Cross Learning in Deep Q-Networks [article]

Xing Wang, Alexander Vinel
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this work, we propose a novel cross Q-learning algorithm, aim at alleviating the well-known overestimation problem in value-based reinforcement learning methods, particularly in the deep Q-networks where the overestimation is exaggerated by function approximation errors. Our algorithm builds on double Q-learning, by maintaining a set of parallel models and estimate the Q-value based on a randomly selected network, which leads to reduced overestimation bias as well as the variance. We provide
more » ... empirical evidence on the advantages of our method by evaluating on some benchmark environment, the experimental results demonstrate significant improvement of performance in reducing the overestimation bias and stabilizing the training, further leading to better derived policies.
arXiv:2009.13780v1 fatcat:f2zzipduqbgh5bftdi6ozhmmmm

3715944.pdf

Kai Wang, Sergey Suchkov, James Titchener, Alexander Szameit, Andrey Sukhorukov
2018 Figshare  
Supplementary Material PDF file
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.7411625 fatcat:f2h7c4rtfveetgj3vkljnxqnwe

Förster resonance energy transfer photoacoustic microscopy

Yu Wang, Lihong V. Wang, Alexander A. Oraevsky, Lihong V. Wang
2013 Photons Plus Ultrasound: Imaging and Sensing 2013  
Wang and Wang: Förster resonance energy transfer photoacoustic microscopy Downloaded From: http://biomedicaloptics.spiedigitallibrary.org/ on 06/22/2016 Terms of Use: http://spiedigitallibrary.org/ss/  ...  TermsOfUse.aspx Wang and Wang: Förster resonance energy transfer photoacoustic microscopy Downloaded From: http://biomedicaloptics.spiedigitallibrary.org/ on 06/22/2016 Terms of Use: http://spiedigitallibrary.org  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.2004150 fatcat:i25zozafgndcpftkq2rckhwffu

Regulatory immune cells in kidney disease

V. W. S. Lee, Y. M. Wang, Y. P. Wang, D. Zheng, T. Polhill, Q. Cao, H. Wu, I. E. Alexander, S. I. Alexander, D. C. H. Harris
2008 AJP - Renal Physiology  
The potency of Mregs is underlined by the observation that as few as 1 ϫ 10 4 Mregs were required to protect against renal injury (Wang Y, Wang YP, Zheng GP, Lee VW, Alexander SI, Harris DCH, unpublished  ... 
doi:10.1152/ajprenal.00077.2008 pmid:18417542 fatcat:awawqf6b45b3hm4dnwl4yemqnm
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