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The aim of this work is to investigate of flows of passengers who needs to use urban public transport from a place of residence to urban stops. Arguments are based on the determination of the movement time through discrete residential part of a city, comparisons of values of destination points, reflections of the flow. The model in form of conservation passenger's flows equation intended for use in problems of modeling and optimization of movement of public transport. Overview of possibledoi:10.1016/j.physa.2017.08.081 fatcat:45dpbnezprct3lpjlpzxth4mhm
more »... ia for the quality of urban public transport for different target groups permits to make different optimal solves of the task.
In this paper we report an experiment that verifies an atomic-ensemble quantum memory via a measurement-device-independent scheme. A single photon generated via Rydberg blockade in one atomic ensemble is stored in another atomic ensemble via electromagnetically induced transparency. After storage for a long duration, this photon is retrieved and interfered with a second photon to perform joint Bell-state measurement (BSM). Quantum state for each photon is chosen based on a quantum random numberarXiv:2104.14723v1 fatcat:m3wsxujbbrgejckvrz2armxq3q
more »... generator respectively in each run. By evaluating correlations between the random states and BSM results, we certify that our memory is genuinely entanglement-preserving.
Circular RNAs, including circular exonic RNAs (circRNA), circular intronic RNAs (ciRNA) and exon-intron circRNAs (EIciRNAs), are a new type of noncoding RNAs. Growing shoots of moso bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis) represent an excellent model of fast growth and their circular RNAs have not been studied yet. To understand the potential regulation of circular RNAs, we systematically characterized circular RNAs from eight different developmental stages of rapidly growing shoots. Here, we identifieddoi:10.1093/pcp/pcz043 fatcat:zz2htgqcszf37g3vn4oalyh7ru
more »... 95 circular RNAs including a subset of mutually inclusive circRNA. These circular RNAs were generated from 759 corresponding parental coding genes involved in cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin biosynthetic process. Gene co-expression analysis revealed that hub genes, such as DEFECTIVE IN RNA-DIRECTED DNA METHYLATION 1 (DRD1), MAINTENANCE OF METHYLATION (MOM), dicerlike 3 (DCL3) and ARGONAUTE 1 (AGO1), were significantly enriched giving rise to circular RNAs. The expression level of these circular RNAs presented correlation with its linear counterpart according to transcriptome sequencing. Further protoplast transformation experiments indicated that overexpressing circ-bHLH93 generating from transcription factor decreased its linear transcript. Finally, the expression profiles suggested that circular RNAs may have interplay with miRNAs to regulate their cognate linear mRNAs, which was further supported by overexpressing miRNA156 decreasing the transcript of circ-TRF-1 and linear transcripts of TRF-1. Taken together, the overall profile of circular RNAs provided new insight into an unexplored category of long noncoding RNA regulation in moso bamboo.
BMC Plant Biology
Moso bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis) is a well-known bamboo species of high economic value in the textile industry due to its rapid growth. Phytohormones, which are master regulators of growth and development, serve as important endogenous signals. However, the mechanisms through which phytohormones regulate growth in moso bamboo remain unknown to date. Results: Here, we reported that exogenous gibberellins (GA) applications resulted in a significantly increased internode length and lignindoi:10.1186/s12870-018-1336-z pmid:29925317 pmcid:PMC6011363 fatcat:rs7xoie54becpcp4e3baunlqdi
more »... ation. Transcriptome sequencing revealed that photosynthesis-related genes were enriched in the GA-repressed gene class, which was consistent with the decrease in leaf chlorophyll concentrations and the lower rate of photosynthesis following GA treatment. Exogenous GA applications on seedlings are relatively easy to perform, thus we used 4-week-old whole seedlings of bamboo for GA-treatment followed by high throughput sequencing. In this study, we identified 932 cis-nature antisense transcripts (cis-NATs), and 22,196 alternative splicing (AS) events in total. Among them, 42 cis-nature antisense transcripts (cis-NATs) and 442 AS events were differentially expressed upon exposure to exogenous GA 3 , suggesting that post-transcriptional regulation might be also involved in the GA 3 response. Targets of differential expression of cis-NATs included genes involved in hormone receptor, photosynthesis and cell wall biogenesis. For example, LAC4 and its corresponding cis-NATs were GA 3 -induced, and may be involved in the accumulation of lignin, thus affecting cell wall composition. Conclusions: This study provides novel insights illustrating how GA alters post-transcriptional regulation and will shed light on the underlying mechanism of growth modulated by GA in moso bamboo.
the leaf nodes with scores represent a decision; the sum of the scores is predicted by K trees as below: y i ¼ X K k¼1 f k x i ð Þ; f k ∈ F obj θ ð Þ ¼ X n i¼1 loss y i ;ŷ i ð Þþ X K i¼1 Ω f k À Á f k (xi ...doi:10.1186/s13059-020-02241-7 pmid:33413586 pmcid:PMC7791831 fatcat:lepj6beem5dihcb5ujf5vl3jl4
International Journal of Agriculture and Biology
2015. Comparative evaluation of different types of soil conditioners with respect to their ability to remediate consecutive tobacco monoculture soil. Int. J. Agric. Biol., 17: 969-975 Abstract Consecutive monoculture cropping of tobacco has led to a decline in tobacco yield and quality. In this study, quicklime (900 kg/hm 2 ), calcium cyanamide (375 kg/hm 2 ) and microbial agents (210 kg/hm 2 ) were applied to soil where tobacco was continuously planted for 6 years. The potential of these soildoi:10.17957/ijab/15.0017 fatcat:kjiwwsje6jbtnkynbv5ihz3fei
more »... onditioners to eliminate problems associated with consecutive tobacco monoculture was evaluated using agronomic traits, tobacco yield and quality, microbial diversity of tobacco rhizospheric soil and soil enzymatic activity as indicators. The quicklime, calcium cyanamide and microbial agent treatments significantly improved tobacco yield and quality compared with the control (CK). The quicklime treatment yielded the best results. Traditional culture methods, which were used to examine tobacco rhizospheric microecology, showed that the quicklime treatment resulted in the most abundant microbial population followed by the calcium cyanamide treatment. Further analysis using the BIOLOG method indicated that the greatest tobacco rhizospheric microbial functional diversity was measured in the quicklime treatment, i.e., the diversity index was higher compared with the other treatments. Soil enzyme measurements indicated that the highest enzymatic activity of tobacco rhizospheric soil occurred in response to the quicklime treatment. The application of quicklime was conducive to improving and restoring the rhizospheric microecological environment and this treatment promoted tobacco growth, improved tobacco yield and quality and alleviated the problems associated with consecutive tobacco monoculture.
Proceedings of the 13th EAI International Conference on Mobile Multimedia Communications, Mobimedia 2020, 27-28 August 2020, Cyberspace
To adapt the development of global communication and the rapid upgradation of communication technology(e.g. 4G to 5G), the space-based network (SBN) is regarded as a very important networking architecture to improve the efficiency of data communication. However, with the increasing need of bandwidth, the SBN faces many open challenges: 1) high cost of update and deployment and complex implementations; 2) low robustness or resilience against the dynamic network structure changes. In this work,doi:10.4108/eai.27-8-2020.2294343 fatcat:tuigd3i56nfazink3busgr55e4
more »... first incorporate the SDN (Software Defined Network) architecture into the SBN to ensure the feasible implementation by separating the control panel and the data panel. Secondly, we present a new multi-path routing (MPR) to adapt the fast network state change and enhance the network resilience. Finally, we compose extensive experiments on both random networks and scale-free networks to verify the effectiveness of our MPR mechanism which has potential applications in the future deployment of SBN.
2020 International Conference on Computer Network, Electronic and Automation (ICCNEA)
Loboratory, Beijing), and Yunhui Zhang (Xi'an Technological University) Design of Attendance System Based on Face Recognition and Android Platform 117 Xiaojun Bai (Xi'an Technological University), Feihu ... Training System for Communication Network 249 Sen Yang (Army Engineering University, Shijiazhuang), Hairui Dong (Army Engineering University, Shijiazhuang), Zhiyu Li (No. 32 Gaojingjia), and Leiping Xi ...doi:10.1109/iccnea50255.2020.00004 fatcat:f4gsge6b2bcprf3fdy245avyeq
2021 IEEE 10th Data Driven Control and Learning Systems Conference (DDCLS)
..…………………………………………………………………...Yutai Wei, Zhijun Yang, Youdun Bai 637 Adaptive PID Control for Time-varying Fermentation Processes ………………………………….Zhiwen Wang, Chongcheng Chen, Xiaoling Chen, Dagang Li, Feihu ... Ruochuan Yu, Tao Tang, Chenkun Yin, Jing Xun, Jiayi Xi, Xiaobin Zheng 478 Research and Application of a Novel RPCA-SVME Based Multiple Faults Recognition ……............................................. ...doi:10.1109/ddcls52934.2021.9455485 fatcat:7n7tpgqsuvg55og6dwwuj6g2xe
Z Z L d f C w w L q d p θ θ θ = − − + + − − − (13) Let i i i i a b B b + = , ( ) i i i i i i i a A d d b a b = ± − − + (14) r is the yaw rate; u is the longitudinal velocity of the body; xi ... center of mass of the non-sprung mass; v is the lateral velocity of the body; s z is the centroid height of the sprung mass; p is the roll angle; q is the pitch angular velocity; ( ) ( ) 4 2 1 1 sin 2 i i xi ...doi:10.4236/eng.2017.911057 fatcat:dhnaahahmfh2hk2cntkjhspdtq
Proceedings of TENCON '93. IEEE Region 10 International Conference on Computers, Communications and Automation
E: : ] (3) Then equation (2) can be rewritten via matrix: Here: X = [XI XI ..* XN'I It is known that Xi, i=1,2;..N, are linearly independent each other. Thus we can infer that Y, i =1,2;.. ... Dinggang shen and Feihu Qi, "AFDO Neural Network and Its application to image Re- cognition" p ICCS/ISITA in SINGAPORE in 1992. . ...doi:10.1109/tencon.1993.320174 fatcat:y5ncplzqefcg3a6plf2dyj5epu
Yayun Xu,1– 3 Feihu Chen1– 3 1Department of Epidemiology and Biostatistics, School of Public Health, Anhui Medical University, Hefei, People's Republic of China; 2The Key Laboratory of Major Autoimmune ... Pharmacy, Anhui Medical University, Hefei, People's Republic of China; 3The Key Laboratory of Anti-Inflammatory and Immune Medicines, Ministry of Education, Hefei, People's Republic of ChinaCorrespondence: Feihu ... Zhang Y, Xi X, Mei Y. High-glucose induces retinal pigment epithelium mitochondrial pathways of apoptosis and inhibits mitophagy by regulating ros/pink1/parkin signal pathway. ...doaj:aea196bd8cbe43ffa013bf5afa510be2 fatcat:rntt767m4za53p7tsil2lcvaq4
Q m h h ⋅ = + = − (12) ( ) 1 shwi pw shw i i Q C m T T − ⋅ − ⋅ = (13) 2 shwi Xi Q H H = − (14) Xi H is the enthalpy of the state 2; Xi H is the enthalpy of the state X at cycle i, The initial temperature ... Xi h h T s s − − − , ( ) ( ) ( ) ( ) 4 1 0 4 1 , 0 ref ev w evwo evwi evwo evwi m h h T s s m h h T s s − − − + − − − . ...doi:10.4236/jpee.2018.69012 fatcat:3fygj5w6jvckzhuu7k6j3xyu6e
(Feihu waizhuan, chap. 20) La loyauté implique bien entendu le sacrifice. ... (Feihu waizhuan, chap. 14) Dans cette brève description, le viol est en quelque sorte mis sur le même plan qu'un poisson non payé. ...doi:10.4000/extremeorient.222 fatcat:jwzaffiwqzd7tjv5uqqp2yqtwi
 Daniel Scharstein, Heiko Hirschmüller, York Kitajima,  Asmaa Hosni, Christoph Rhemann, Michael Bleyer, Greg Krathwohl, Nera Nešić, Xi ...  Feihu Zhang, Xiaojuan Qi, Ruigang Yang, Victor Prisacariu, Benjamin Wah, and ...arXiv:2204.04865v2 fatcat:fv4ppjw6tbednoxaztdufhrma4
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