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Research on Evolution Balancing for Product Family Assembly Line in Big Data Environment

Yongming Wu, Yanxia Xu, Lifei Luo, Han Zhang, Xudong Zhao
Aiming at the problem of product family assembly line (PFAL) evolution balancing, an evolution balancing model for PFAL is established and an improved algorithm based on NSGA_II is also proposed.  ...  Firstly, the product family evolution and assembly line characteristics are researched and analyzed in big data environment.  ...  The product family includes four series of products: VG216, VG218, VG220 and VG220T, which are assembled on the same production line.  ... 
doi:10.21062/ujep/102.2018/a/1213-2489/mt/18/2/337 fatcat:3u5b2kpptjhplkychd3fe4gvli


2008 International Journal of Modern Physics C  
The time evolution of Earth with her cities, languages and countries is considered in terms of the multiplicative noise and the fragmentation- processes, where the related families, size distributions,  ...  The same approach is followed here and Pareto-Zipf law for the distribution of the cities, log-normal for the languages, decreasing exponential for the city families (countries) in the rank order over  ...  The time evolution of the cities (or the languages and their families) is considered in terms of two random processes, the multiplicative random noise [1] and the random fragmentation [2] , which are  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0129183108012261 fatcat:aamb5p6bcfhdxelb5h3plllxnm

Novel microRNA families expanded in the human genome

Zhi-Qiang Du, Cai-Xia Yang, Max F Rothschild, Jason W Ross
2013 BMC Genomics  
Most studies on the origin and evolution of microRNA in the human genome have been focused on its relationship with repetitive elements and segmental duplications.  ...  Conclusions: Together, we found that small duplication events could also contribute to microRNA expansion, which could provide us novel insights on the evolution of human genome structure and function.  ...  These results could render us novel insights on the evolution of human genome structure and function.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2164-14-98 pmid:23402294 pmcid:PMC3602292 fatcat:4dmxa5e63fc2fiq77g7okrf5qe

The dynamical evolution of dwarf planet (136108) Haumea's collisional family: general properties and implications for the trans-Neptunian belt

Patryk Sofia Lykawka, Jonathan Horner, Tadashi Mukai, Akiko M. Nakamura
2012 Monthly notices of the Royal Astronomical Society  
In this work, we model the long-term orbital evolution of an ensemble of fragments representing hypothetical post-collision distributions at the time of the family's birth.  ...  The results suggest that 60-75 created in the collision will remain in the trans-Neptunian belt, even after 4 Gyr of dynamical evolution.  ...  and flow of this work.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1365-2966.2011.20391.x fatcat:u3bkt4da65a2bheqazyulfeoh4

Leveraging variability modeling to address metamodel revisions in Model-based Software Product Lines

Jaime Font, Lorena Arcega, Øystein Haugen, Carlos Cetina
2017 Computer languages, systems & structures  
In this dissertation we focus on the co-evolution of the model fragments and the language used to create them.  ...  S OFTWARE Product Lines (SPLs) exploit commonalities across a family of related products in order to increase quality and reduce time to market and costs.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The work presented in this thesis were carried out at the Department of Informatics, University of Oslo, Norway, and the School of Architecture and Technology,  ... 
doi:10.1016/ fatcat:5ahu3czexnh2pcjqctxngtenqy

MicroSyn: A user friendly tool for detection of microsynteny in a gene family

Bin Cai, Xiaohan Yang, Gerald A Tuskan, Zong-Ming Cheng
2011 BMC Bioinformatics  
The traditional phylogeny analysis within gene family is mainly based on DNA or amino acid sequence homologies.  ...  MicroSyn searches for conserved, flanking colinear homologous gene pairs between two genomic fragments to determine the relationship between two members in a gene family.  ...  Department of Energy Bioenergy Research Center supported by the Office of Biological and Environmental Research in the DOE Office of Science.  ... 
doi:10.1186/1471-2105-12-79 pmid:21418570 pmcid:PMC3072343 fatcat:sonmcx6yczfw3k2l4do4lcpoya

Genotypic variation within asexual lineages of Taraxacum officinale

L. M. King, B. A. Schaal
1990 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Restriction site variation in DNA that encodes rRNA (rDNA) was surveyed among 714 offspring within 31 lineages (26 genotypes) of obligate asexually reproducing Taraxacum officinale (dandelions).  ...  Evolution: King and Schaal Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 87 (1990)  ...  Stebbins, and two anonymous reviewers for comments on the manuscript. This study was supported by National Science Foundation Grant BRS-8714397. 1. Richards, A. J. (1973) Bot. J. Linn.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.87.3.998 pmid:2300590 pmcid:PMC53397 fatcat:agcp7xtkabbx5a3idvfvwaagny

Enhancing Modeling and Change Support for Process Families through Change Patterns [chapter]

Clara Ayora, Victoria Torres, Barbara Weber, Manfred Reichert, Vicente Pelechano
2013 Lecture Notes in Business Information Processing  
When used in combination with existing adaptation patterns, change patterns for process families will enable the modeling and evolution of process families at a high-level of abstraction.  ...  This paper suggests a complementary set of generic and language-independent change patterns specifically tailored to the needs of process families.  ...  runtime based on software product line concepts.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-38484-4_18 fatcat:plhxpal4pnazrobdcpblbjb4a4

Mobile elements and DNA repeats

Roy J. Britten
1984 Carlsberg Research Communications  
The following comments were made on the evolution of repeats in 1964 (12) .  ...  It indicates how specification of particular cell lines in development could occur in the processes of localization and induction.  ... 
doi:10.1007/bf02913944 fatcat:5imdjky4crhxjp5pgngtvr262q

Page 689 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 62, Issue 3 [page]

1979 Psychological Abstracts  
He thus becomes included in the projective and introjective processes of the group. (21 ref) —W. W. Meissner. 6585. Sklar, Carole K. (Temple U) Child abuse, hot- lines, and no-shows.  ...  The implications of these aspects of narcissis- tic evolution in groups for group process and for therapeutic intervention are discussed. —W. W. Meissner. 6579. Netter, Maurice.  ... 


2007 International Journal of Modern Physics C  
Time evolution of the cities and of the languages is considered in terms of multiplicative noise and fragmentation processes; where power law (Pareto-Zipf law) and slightly asymmetric log-normal (Gauss  ...  Evolutions of lifetimes and families for the cities and the languages are also studied. We suggest that the regularities may be evolving out of randomness, in terms of the relevant processes.  ...  Model This section is the description of the multiplicative noise [1] and the fragmentation [2] processes for the evolution of the competition between the cities or the languages, where we introduce  ... 
doi:10.1142/s0129183107011625 fatcat:ift725yyozdftbrvljktnx2i3i

Models of Genome Evolution [chapter]

Yi Zhou, Bud Mishra
2004 Natural Computing Series  
The functions can decide the insertion/deletion positions of the DNA fragments, the copy numbers of the inserted fragments, and the sequences of the inserted/deleted pieces.  ...  ., P53 was shown to interact with an unusually large number of other proteins) can be explained if one makes the following assumption: new proteins, which are duplicates of older proteins, have a propensity  ...  The almost linear shape (red line) on such a plot indicates a power law relationship between a domain family size and the number of domain families of that size.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-18734-6_13 fatcat:yizya4yaijgztbwtn2syhfnwi4

Rare germinal unequal crossing-over leading to recombinant gene formation and gene duplication in Arabidopsis thaliana

J. G. Jelesko, R. Harper, M. Furuya, W. Gruissem
1999 Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America  
Small, multigene families organized in a tandem array can facilitate the rapid evolution of the gene cluster by a process of meiotic unequal crossing-over.  ...  of gene cluster evolution by exon-shuff ling processes.  ...  This work also was supported, in part, by a grant to M.F. from the Program for Promotion of Basic Research Activity for Innovative Bioscience, Japan.  ... 
doi:10.1073/pnas.96.18.10302 pmid:10468603 pmcid:PMC17883 fatcat:pml3l233yfbcjes3s5g4z2jky4

The pseudogenes of barley

Verena M. Prade, Heidrun Gundlach, Sven Twardziok, Brett Chapman, Cong Tan, Peter Langridge, Alan H. Schulman, Nils Stein, Robbie Waugh, Guoping Zhang, Matthias Platzer, Chengdao Li (+2 others)
2018 The Plant Journal  
We found almost 90.000 pseudogenes and gene fragments, whose analysis sheds light on gene evolution and genome dynamics.  ...  The enzymatic machinery of LINEs is responsible for the generation of human processed pseudogenes (Pavlicek et al. 2006) .  ...  Declarations Availability of data and material The data generated and analyzed during the current study are available from the PGSB ftp site at  ... 
doi:10.1111/tpj.13794 pmid:29205595 fatcat:bpujmvowjfcapijnmwxo7kf3g4

Star Formation: Theory and Modelling [chapter]

S. Inutsuka
1997 Springer Proceedings in Physics  
In terms of basic physics, we review our current theoretical understanding of those processes: thermal evolution of gas, gravitational fragmentation to form molecular cloud cores with and without magnetic  ...  field, radiation hydrodynamical evolution of a low-mass protostar, and the evolution of a circumstellar disc.  ...  This collapse of isothermal filaments with various line-masses was described in terms of the one-parameter family of self-similar solutions [10] .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-18902-9_102 fatcat:cdtxspgol5cqfb326yp75la5dy
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