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Edited by A. ARIMOTO, W. K. CUMMINGS, F. HUANG, & JC. SHIN. The Changing Academic Profession in Japan

Akito OKADA
2016 Educational Studies in Japan  
., Cummings, W. K., Huang, F., & Shin, JC.  ...  Internationalization (Futao Huang) 14.  ... 
doi:10.7571/esjkyoiku.10.125 fatcat:3fgpt6mljvhehb4jkr6avdjno4

Discussion of "Characterization of Model Uncertainty for Cantilever Deflections in Undrained Clay" by D. M. Zhang, K. K. Phoon, H. W. Huang, and Q. F. Hu

P. J. Vardanega, M. D. Bolton
2016 Journal of Geotechnical and Geoenvironmental Engineering  
weight of soil when calculating relative wall stiffness) 6 0.7 = shear strain required to reduce G/G0 to 0.7 M=2 = shear strain to mobilize 0.5su ref = shear strain required to reduce G/G0 to 0.5 w  ...  It would be interesting to see if * and * are also significant in an assessment of the correction factor  via f using the database presented in the paper under discussion, where wavelength  would be  ... 
doi:10.1061/(asce)gt.1943-5606.0001395 fatcat:cekvytb4dnh5blzdznfcc6iygq

Erratum for the Report "Seasonal and daily climate variation have opposite effects on species elevational range size" by W.-P. Chan, I-C. Chen, R. K. Colwell, W.-C. Liu, C. Huang, S.-F. Shen

2018 Science  
doi:10.1126/science.aat9919 pmid:29724926 fatcat:poxicnzszrgwjpp3eeo2tkoyq4

Hybrid Q-switched Yb-doped fiber laser

J. Y. Huang, W. Z. Zhuang, W. C. Huang, K. W. Su, K. F. Huang, Y. F. Chen
2011 Optics Express  
At a pump power of 24 W, the highest pulse energy is up to 0.56 mJ with the pulse duration of 50 ns at the repetition rate of 23 kHz.  ...  PQS operation) to 90% for three different pump powers of 3 W, 15 W, and 24 W. The f AO 1 were set 620 μs for P p of 3W, 55.56 μs for P p of 15W, and 38.31μs for P p of 24 W, respectively.  ...  Since AO Q-switch introduced additional losses in the cavity, the stable range of the f HQS was less than the value of f PQS .  ... 
doi:10.1364/oe.19.009364 pmid:21643192 fatcat:kvsmll2j7vckzc44gyafybjwwq

Comment on "investigation of dielectric constants of water in a nano-confined pore" by H. Zhu, F. Yang, Y. Zhu, A. Li, W. He, J. Huang and G. Li, RSC Adv., 2020, 10, 8628

Sayantan Mondal, Biman Bagchi
2021 RSC Advances  
P E c ¼ 1 f ð3Þ P E ¼ 1 f ð3Þ Â M 2 0 À hMi 0 2 Ã 3Vk B T (3) The situation, however, is dramatically different in a conned system. Now, we must confront three important issues.  ...  E c is related to the Maxwell eld (E) by a factor f(3) that is a function of the dielectric constant (3) of the medium.  ... 
doi:10.1039/d0ra02726j pmid:35424444 pmcid:PMC8694647 fatcat:anyv5vafxjgwhbilnyntqekdli

Millijoule-level Yb-doped photonic crystal fiber laser passively Q-switched with AlGaInAs quantum wells

W. Z. Zhuang, W. C. Huang, P. Y. Chiang, K. W. Su, K. F. Huang, Y. F. Chen
2010 Optics Express  
With 50 groups of three AlGaInAs QWs as a saturable absorber (SA), the PCF laser generates an average power of 7.1 W with a pulse repetition rate of 6.5 kHz at a pump power of 16 W, corresponding to the  ...  At a launched pump power of 16 W, the average output powers were 7.1 W, 7.7 W, and 8.0 W for the lasers with the saturable absorbers of 3 × 50, 3 × 30, and 2 × 30 QWs, respectively.  ...  In the passive Q-switching operation, the average output powers at a launched pump power of 16 W were 7.1 W, 7.7 W, and 8.0 W for the lasers with the saturable absorbers of 3 × 50, 3 × 30, and 2 × 30 QWs  ... 
doi:10.1364/oe.18.027910 pmid:21197064 fatcat:3yledtiipjhbvdhdr3sn4alhqu

Huang et al. reply

F. Huang, P. Chakraborty, C. C. Lundstrom, C. Holmden, J. J. G. Glessner, S. W. Kieffer, C. E. Lesher
2011 Nature  
Richter, F. M. et al. Isotope fractionation of the major elements of molten basalt by chemical and thermal diffusion. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 73, 4250-4263 (2009). 3. Huang, F. et al.  ...  Data are taken from et al. reply REPLYING TO F. M.  ...  all experiments to first order collapse onto a linear distribution (with the coefficient of determination, R 2 , being 0.94 for Mg data and 0.93 for Fe data; see figure 3d and f in ref. 1); this is despite  ... 
doi:10.1038/nature09955 fatcat:erbugw6b25aivdjyshylqjquay

Passive Q switching of Er-Yb fiber laser with semiconductor saturable absorber

J. Y. Huang, S. C. Huang, H. L. Chang, K. W. Su, Y. F. Chen, K. F. Huang
2008 Optics Express  
With an incident pump power of 13.5 W, an average output power of 1.26 W with a pulse repetition rate of 12 kHz is obtained. The maximum peak power is greater than 500 W.  ...  Greater than 1.26 W of an average output power at a repetition rate of 12 kHz was generated with a 13.5-W diode pump power. The maximum peak power is higher than 500 W.  ...  In the passively Q-switching regime, an average output power of 1.26 W was obtained at an incident pump power of 13.5 W.  ... 
doi:10.1364/oe.16.003002 pmid:18542386 fatcat:25ysvbs64vfdzkmfzrdnp7xrwy

Intertwined states at finite temperatures in the Hubbard model [article]

E. W. Huang, W. O. Wang, J. K. Ding, T. Liu, F. Liu, X.-X. Huang, B. Moritz, T. P. Devereaux
2021 arXiv   pre-print
Krajewski, and W. F. Peck: Phys. Rev. Lett. 72 (1994) 2636. P. Schauß, and W. S. Bakr: arXiv:1802.09456 (2018). 99) J. P. F. LeBlanc, A. E. Antipov, F. Becca, I. W. Bulik, G. K.-L.  ...  W. Huang1 , W. O. Wang2,3 , J. K. Ding2,3 , T. Liu2,4 , F. Liu2,5 , X.-X. Huang2,3 , B. Moritz2 , T.  ... 
arXiv:2106.09704v1 fatcat:m4jdwsiwpvbunabiriprz77dfm

Passively Q-switched photonic crystal fiber laser and intracavity optical parametric oscillator

W. Z. Zhuang, W. C. Huang, Y. P. Huang, K. W. Su, Y. F. Chen
2010 Optics Express  
Under a pump power of 14.2 W, the maximum pulse energy is up to 630 µJ with a pulse width of 36 ns at a repetition rate of 5.6 kHz.  ...  Stable pulses with an average output power of 3.4 W and a repetition rate of 5.6 kHz were obtained at a launched pump power of 14.2 W.  ...  W, respectively. The slope efficiency seemed to decrease slightly above 12.5 W of pump power which was due to temperature lifting induced wavelength shift of the pumping laser diode.  ... 
doi:10.1364/oe.18.008969 pmid:20588742 fatcat:iy4l2kajpjb2lfnzqx2zj3jzpa

ITPKC gene SNP rs28493229 and Kawasaki disease in Taiwanese children

H. Chi, F.-Y. Huang, M.-R. Chen, N.-C. Chiu, H.-C. Lee, S.-P. Lin, W.-F. Chen, C.-L. Lin, H.-W. Chan, H.-F. Liu, L.-M. Huang, Y.-J. Lee
2010 Human Molecular Genetics  
Kawasaki disease (KD) is a systemic vasculitis caused by unknown infectious agents, host immune dysregulation and genetic susceptibility in children. Coronary artery lesions (CALs) complicate 15 -25% of cases of untreated KD. The aim of this study was to investigate if the single-nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) rs28493229 of the ITPKC gene is associated with susceptibility to KD or with CALs in Taiwanese children. A total of 385 unrelated Taiwanese children (222 boys and 163 girls) with KD were
more » ... cluded, 140 of whom had CALs. Mean age at diagnosis was 1.9 + + + + + 1.7 (0.1 -10.2) years. Rs28493229 was genotyped in children with KD and 1158 ethnically matched healthy controls using the TaqMan Allelic Discrimination Assay. In 184 families with KD, both biological parents were available, constituting 184 trios with their children. They were assessed in a family-based study by means of a transmission/disequilibrium test (TDT). No significant differences in genotype (P 5 0.29 and P 5 0.29, respectively), allele (P 5 0.14 and P 5 0.22, respectively) and carrier (P 5 0.22 and P 5 0.25, respectively) frequencies of the SNP were found between healthy controls and children with KD or those with CALs. TDT in the 184 family trios and in 69 trios where the child had CALs did not reveal significant overtransmittion of the C allele. In conclusion, we did not find a statistically significant association between the ITPKC gene SNP rs28493229 and KD or CALs in Taiwanese children.
doi:10.1093/hmg/ddp586 pmid:20045869 fatcat:x5i5mo73bje2td2xyk7i7lbs5e

No high Tibetan Plateau until the Neogene

T. Su, A. Farnsworth, R. A. Spicer, J. Huang, F.-X. Wu, J. Liu, S.-F. Li, Y.-W. Xing, Y.-J. Huang, W.-Y.-D. Deng, H. Tang, C.-L. Xu (+5 others)
2019 Science Advances  
The Late Paleogene surface height and paleoenvironment for the core area of the Qinghai-Tibetan Plateau (QTP) remain critically unresolved. Here, we report the discovery of the youngest well-preserved fossil palm leaves from Tibet. They were recovered from the Late Paleogene (Chattian), ca. 25.5 ± 0.5 million years, paleolake sediments within the Lunpola Basin (32.033°N, 89.767°E), central QTP at a present elevation of 4655 m. The anatomy of palms renders them intrinsically susceptible to
more » ... ng, imposing upper bounds on their latitudinal and altitudinal distribution. Combined with model-determined paleoterrestrial lapse rates, this shows that a high plateau cannot have existed in the core of Tibet in the Paleogene. Instead, a deep paleovalley, whose floor was <2.3 km above mean sea level bounded by (>4 km) high mountain systems, formed a topographically highly varied landscape. This finding challenges prevailing views on tectonic processes, monsoon dynamics, and the evolution of Asian biodiversity.
doi:10.1126/sciadv.aav2189 pmid:30854430 pmcid:PMC6402856 fatcat:rz7tf4sk4newddiw3tdpktezza

Steganalysis of JPEG steganography with complementary embedding strategy

F. Huang, W. Luo, J. Huang
2011 IET Information Security  
Recently, a new high-performance JPEG steganography with a complementary embedding strategy (JPEG-CES) was presented. It can disable many specific steganalysers such as the Chi-square family and S family detectors, which have been used to attack J-Steg, JPHide, F5 and OutGuess successfully. In this work, a study on the security performance of JPEG-CES is reported. Our theoretical analysis demonstrates that in this algorithm, the number of the different quantised discrete cosine transform (qDCT)
more » ... coefficients and the symmetry of the qDCT coefficient histogram both will be disturbed when the secret message is embedded. Moreover, the intrinsic sign and magnitude dependencies that existed in intra-block and inter-block qDCT coefficients will be disturbed too. Thus it may be detected by some modern universal steganalysers which can catch these disturbances. In this work, the authors have proposed two new steganalytic approaches. Through exploring the distortions that have been introduced into the qDCT coefficient histogram and the dependencies existed in the intra-block and inter-block sense, respectively, these two alternative steganalysers can detect JPEG-CES effectively. In addition, via merging the features of these two steganalysers, a more reliable classifier can be obtained.
doi:10.1049/iet-ifs.2009.0080 fatcat:d5einn32mrfqlaj7cvk5cgn2xm

Homozygous Deletion of MTAP Gene as a Poor Prognosticator in Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors

H.-Y. Huang, S.-H. Li, S.-C. Yu, F.-F. Chou, C.-C. Tzeng, T.-H. Hu, Y.-H. Uen, Y.-F. Tian, Y.-H. Wang, F.-M. Fang, W.-W. Huang, Y.-C. Wei (+2 others)
2009 Clinical Cancer Research  
-F).  ...  MTAP showed gradual attenuation in both extent and intensity of cytoplasmic staining in the (D) low-risk, (E) intermediate-risk, and (F) high-risk GISTs.  ... 
doi:10.1158/1078-0432.ccr-09-1511 pmid:19887491 fatcat:iqclyrkmkrh55jap6ic3wkb7dm

Identification of RASSF1A modulated genes in nasopharyngeal carcinoma

L S-N Chow, C-W Lam, S Y-Y Chan, S-W Tsao, K-F To, S-F Tong, W-K Hung, R Dammann, D P Huang, K-W Lo
2005 Oncogene  
This manuscript is dedicated to Professor Huang in memory of her invaluable guidance.  ...  Acknowledgements This work was carried out under the supervision and supports of Professor Dolly P Huang who recently deceased. Her input significantly contributed to this study.  ... 
doi:10.1038/sj.onc.1209001 pmid:16116475 fatcat:afcrg2umtnbkzmbvmesaucpxty
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