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Southeastern Peripheries of Huaxia: The Historical-Cultural Interaction and Assimilation from Southern Man and Bai Yue of Mainland to Island Yi and Maritime Fan [chapter]

Chunming Wu
2021 Archaeology of Manila Galleon Seaports and Early Maritime Globalization  
, Y. 1965 (Fan, Y. : 2834 (Fan, Y. -2836)) .  ...  , Y. 1965 (Fan, Y. : 225, 2836 (Fan, Y. -2837)) .  ...  "Some people from East Ye county of Kuaiji Prefecture sailed into the sea and were drifted to Chanzhou, where is far away to access normally" (Fan, Y. 1965 (Fan, Y. : 2822)) .  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-981-16-4079-7_2 fatcat:tfsbe7gl2jbapbc47cpdjajd4q

Fan fiction

Glauconar Yue
2013 Cuadernos Literarios  
El presente artículo aborda el modo de escritura denominado "fan fiction", término que refiere a las narraciones que circulan especialmente en internet y que son el resultado de la influencia de una literatura  ...  De hecho, la fanfic se perfila como respuesta del fan que adquiere un status propio.  ...  Éstas son descritas también de manera visual, como imágenes: Glauconar Yue nombre de Azathea también aparece en la fanfic, no es nunca parte central del sueño.  ... 
doi:10.35626/cl.10.2013.52 fatcat:zcmbbkilu5gine2p4wvs43q5ve

A note on "Folding wheels and fans." [article]

Ton Kloks, Yue-Li Wang
2012 arXiv   pre-print
In S.Gervacio, R.Guerrero and H.Rara, Folding wheels and fans, Graphs and Combinatorics 18 (2002) 731-737, the authors obtain formulas for the clique numbers onto which wheels and fans fold.  ...  An interpolation theorem Gervacio et al [6, Theorem 4.2 and Theorem 5.2] showed that, for fans and wheels, there is a fold onto K k for any χ(G) k Σ(G).  ... 
arXiv:1209.3236v1 fatcat:qwili2wvt5dcbjzyphgeffz4e4

Gröbner Fans of x-homogeneous Ideals in R[[t]][x] [article]

Thomas Markwig, Yue Ren
2015 arXiv   pre-print
,x_n] for certain classes of coefficient rings R and give a constructive proof that the Gr\"obner fan is a rational polyhedral fan.  ...  We generalise the notion of Gr\"obner fan to ideals in R[[t]][x_1,...  ...  fan.  ... 
arXiv:1512.02662v1 fatcat:gguxi2xkl5cbfnojxund2mrdau

Site preference in isoelectronic Heusler alloy Fe2RuSi

Xin Yue-Peng, Ma Yue-Xing, Hao Hong-Yue, Meng Fan-Bin, Liu He-Yan, Luo Hong-Zhi
2016 Wuli xuebao  
The site preference, electronic structure, and magnetism of Heusler alloy Fe2RuSi are investigated theoretically and experimentally. The magnetic and electronic properties of Heusler alloys are strongly related to the atomic ordering and site preference in them. Usually, the site preference of the transition metal elements is determined by the number of their valence electrons. However, the recent results suggest that some new possible factors such as atomic radius should also be considered.
more » ... e we compare the phase stabilities of several different atomic orderings like XA, L21, DO3, L21B in Fe2RuSi, in which Fe and Ru atom have 8 valence electrons each, thus the influence of "number of their valence electrons" can be omitted. First-principles calculations suggest that Ru atom prefers entering sites A and C in the lattice. In ground state, the most stable structure is of XA type, in which Fe and Ru atoms occupy A and C sites, respectively and the second stable structure is L21B type, in which Fe and Ru atoms occupy A and C sites randomly. With Ru atom entering into the B site, the total energy increases rapidly. Thus there is still a strongly preferable occupation of Ru though Fe and Ru atom are isoelectronic. This confirms that the "valence electrons rule" may be not enough to determine the site preference of the transition metal element in Heusler alloy. The preferable occupation of Ru atom in Fe2RuSi can be explained from the electronic structure. It is found that in the XA DOS, there is strong hybridization between the electrons of the nearest Ru and Si or Fe (B) atom. However, in the high energy L21 structure the hybridization between Ru and the nearest Fe (A, C) is weak, which reduces its phase stability. This is confirmed further by the charge density difference calculation. Single phase Fe2RuSi with a lattice parameter of 5.79 Å is synthesized successfully. Comparing the superlattice reflections ( 111 ) and ( 200 ) in the experimental XRD pattern with those in the simulated patterns for different structures, we find that Fe2RuSi crystallizes in L21B structure rather than the most stable XA one at room temperature, which mainly originates from the contribution of mixed entropy to the free energy, and its caused atomic disorder at high temperatures. This disorder can be retained during the cooling procedure, while it does not influence the conclusion that Ru atom prefers the (A, C) sites in Fe2RuSi strongly. Finally, the saturation magnetization Ms at 5 K is 4.87 µB/f.u., which agrees well with the theoretical result. The large total magnetic moment mainly comes from the contributions of Fe, especially Fe magnetic moments on B sites.
doi:10.7498/aps.65.147102 fatcat:fh2guzdningp7h26kgcbjp53ie

Secondary fan, theta functions and moduli of Calabi-Yau pairs [article]

Paul Hacking, Sean Keel, Tony Yue Yu
2022 arXiv   pre-print
We construct the associated complete toric fan, generalizing the Gelfand-Kapranov-Zelevinski secondary fan for reflexive polytopes.  ...  We call the resulting fan the secondary fan, denote it by Sec, and prove that the mirror family over (the toric variety associated to) the Mori fan indeed descends to the secondary fan.  ...  The secondary fan in the del Pezzo case.  ... 
arXiv:2008.02299v2 fatcat:ahvbbx5yqbchjkbtwpwycgeqam

Six new diterpenoids from Croton laevigatus

Mo-Nan Liu, Meng-Meng Zhang, Jing-Ya Li, Jia Li, Yao-Yue Fan, Jian-Min Yue
2018 Figshare  
Six new ent-labdane-type diterpeniods (1‒6), along with one known compound, were identified from the twigs and leaves of Croton laevigatus. Their structures were elucidated on the basis of extensive spectroscopic interpretation. Compounds 2 and 7 showed inhibitory activity against protein tyrosine phosphatase 1B (PTP1B) with IC50 values of 4.11 and 8.33 μg/ml, respectively.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.6989555 fatcat:mz7gsixkxvbehejoya6iys7asi

Object Detection by Attention-Guided Feature Fusion Network

Yuxuan Shi, Yue Fan, Siqi Xu, Yue Gao, Ran Gao
2022 Symmetry  
One of the most noticeable characteristics of security issues is the prevalence of "Security Asymmetry". The safety of production and even the lives of workers can be jeopardized if risk factors aren't detected in time. Today, object detection technology plays a vital role in actual operating conditions. For the sake of warning danger and ensuring the work security, we propose the Attention-guided Feature Fusion Network method and apply it to the Helmet Detection in this paper. AFFN method,
more » ... h is capable of reliably detecting objects of a wider range of sizes, outperforms previous methods with an mAP value of 85.3% and achieves an excellent result in helmet detection with an mAP value of 62.4%. From objects of finite sizes to a wider range of sizes, the proposed method achieves "symmetry" in the sense of detection.
doi:10.3390/sym14050887 fatcat:weum72yvvngedanehvnnmxv2f4

Computing GIT-fans with symmetry and the Mori chamber decomposition of M̅_0,6 [article]

Janko Boehm, Simon Keicher, Yue Ren
2017 arXiv   pre-print
We propose an algorithm to compute the GIT-fan for torus actions on affine varieties with symmetries.  ...  computations for the proof of Theorem 1.1 took approximately 8 days, about one week for obtaining the a-faces (with a parallel computation on 16 cores) and one day for deriving the GIT-cones (by a parallel fan  ...  The GIT-fan of the H-action on X is a pure, k-dimensional polyhedral fan Λ(a, Q) in Q k with support cone(q 1 , . . . , q r ). The cones of the GIT-fan Λ(a, Q) are called GIT-cones.  ... 
arXiv:1603.09241v2 fatcat:chboajlpmbfpram4dt77mtkn2a

Genuine Correlations of Tripartite System [article]

Liming Zhao, Xueyuan Hu, R.-H. Yue, Heng Fan
2012 arXiv   pre-print
We define genuine total, classical and quantum correlations in tripartite systems. The measure we propose is based on the idea that genuine tripartite correlation exists if and only if the correlation between any bipartition does not vanish. We find in a symmetrical tripartite state, for total correlation and classical correlation, the genuine tripartite correlations are no less than pair-wise correlations. However, the genuine quantum tripartite correlation can be surpassed by the pair-wise
more » ... ntum correlations. Analytical expressions for genuine tripartite correlations are obtained for pure states and rank-2 symmetrical states. The genuine correlations in both entangled and separable states are calculated.
arXiv:1206.1908v1 fatcat:wlmmrnb25ffqxj55yxaux5etga

Apparent Morphologies of Coarse Plate Martensite

Yue Jun Liu, Man Ling Tan, Shu Hong Fan, Yue Hui He, Yu Hua Tan
2004 ISIJ International  
Apparent Morphologies of Coarse Plate MartensiteYue Jun LIU, 1, 2) Man Ling TAN, 1) Shu Hong FAN, 1) Yue Hui HE 2) and Yu Hua TAN 3) 1) Key Laboratory of New Material and Technology for Package, Zhuzhou  ... 
doi:10.2355/isijinternational.44.725 fatcat:ufyyz3nljfezjimm3mbsryyqam

First principles simulations of energy materials

Xueting Fan, Jianxing Huang, Qiyuan Fan, Xiaojian Wen, Huili Yue, Jun Cheng
2017 Scientia Sinica Chimica  
Energy crisis is one of the major problems that China is facing, and energy materials chemistry plays an important role in addressing this critical issue. There is little doubt that computer simulations offer a useful means to help advance energy materials chemistry, complementary to existing experimental tools. As yet, a variety of computational methods have been successfully used in many related areas of research such as carbon based energy chemistry, energy conversion and storage, solar
more » ... y, etc. Here, we briefly summarize some recent progress in computer simulations (in particular, first principles methods based) of energy materials, aiming at identifying the current limitations of computational methods and the areas that require further investigation. Finally, we give an outlook for future development of computational chemistry in application to energy materials chemistry, and suggest a few possible research directions, bearing in mind the ultimate goal of computational design of new energy materials with better efficiencies and lower costs.
doi:10.1360/n032017-00077 fatcat:hwe7ho272faxjhk24zbdqjv7dq

A luminescent view of the clickable assembly of LnF3 nanoclusters

Jie Zhou, Yang Wei, Yue Pan, Yue Wang, Ze Yuan, Fan Zhang, Hao Song, Jingyi Yue, Haiquan Su, Xiaoji Xie, Ling Huang
2021 Nature Communications  
AbstractNanoclusters (NCs) bridge the gap between atoms and nanomaterials in not only dimension but also physicochemical properties. Precise chemical and structural control, as well as clear understanding of formation mechanisms, have been important to fabricate NCs with high performance in optoelectronics, catalysis, nanoalloys, and energy conversion and harvesting. Herein, taking advantage of the close chemical properties of Ln3+ (Ln = Eu, Nd, Sm, Gd, etc.) and Gd3+–Eu3+ energy transfer
more » ... ir, we report a clickable LnF3 nanoparticle assembly strategy allowing reliable fabrication of diversely structured NCs, including single-component, dimeric, core-shelled/core-shell-shelled, and reversely core-shelled/core-shell-shelled, particularly with synergized optical functionalities. Moreover, the purposely-embedded dual luminescent probes offer great superiority for in situ and precise tracking of tiny structural variations and energy transfer pathways within complex nanoarchitectures.
doi:10.1038/s41467-021-23176-y pmid:34011957 fatcat:ww3f75v6dzcj3kpqoq2osga7w4

Cytotoxic 8,9-seco-ent-kaurane diterpenoids from Croton kongensis

Shu-Qin Shi, Yao-Yue Fan, Cheng-Hui Xu, Jian Ding, Guan-Wu Wang, Jian-Min Yue
2017 Figshare  
Chemical study on the ethanolic extract generated from the aerial parts of Croton kongensis led to the isolation of three new 8,9-seco-ent-kaurane diterpenoids, kongeniods A‒C (1‒3), together with seven known analogs (4–10). The structures of these compounds were assigned by spectroscopic data analysis. The vitro cytotoxic tests showed that compounds 1–3 exhibited strong activities against HL-60 cell lines with IC50 values of 0.47, 0.58, and 1.27 μM, respectively.
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.5398375 fatcat:m6pwod2p5fddzicamosftwf2le

Associative Memory Techniques for Quick Estimation of Network Performance Measures

R. Palavadi Naga, Yue Yue Fan
2007 Transportation Research Record  
Many important decision making processes in transportation planning and engineering involve repetitive computation of network performance, measured by total network delay, throughput, network efficiency, etc. The computational complexity imposed by repetitive evaluation of these measures, especially under user equilibrium condition, is a serious obstacle for timely decision making regarding transportation networks. This study applies Associative Memory (AM) techniques, which are conceptually
more » ... computationally simple, to quick estimation of these performance measures. The results of the numerical experiments were encouraging and the relative error on an average was found to be less than two percent. Furthermore, the applicability of this approximation method to bilevel network problems is explored through a study on the network recovery problem (NRP), which seeks a quick and effective repairing strategy for disturbed networks following natural or human-induced disasters. Many important decision-making processes in transportation planning and engineering involve repetitive computation of network performance measured by total network delay, throughput, network efficiency, and other measures. The computational complexity imposed by repetitive evaluation of these measures, especially under user equilibrium conditions, is a serious obstacle to timely decision making in network-related problems. This study applies associative memory techniques, which are conceptually and computationally simple, to quick estimation of these performance measures. The results of the numerical experiments are encouraging, and the relative error on average was found to be less than 2%. Furthermore, the applicability of this approximation method to bilevel network problems, a class of important but complex problems, is explored through a study of the network recovery problem, which seeks a quick and effective repair strategy for disturbed networks following natural or human-induced disasters. Transportation engineering and planning studies usually require that individual transportation facilities in a region be studied as a whole system. Because of its spatial feature, a transportation system is often modeled as a network consisting of nodes and various links connecting these nodes. Standard network performance measures used in the field of transportation include total travel time, network efficiency, total throughput, and other measures. Almost every transportation system study involves evaluation of network performance criteria. To name a few, examples include cost-effectiveness analysis of various network improvement policies, loss assessment of natural and humaninduced disasters (1), network resilience studies (2), and as part of the solution to a large number of important bilevel problems such as the network recovery problem (NRP) (3, 4) . However, resources required to compute these performance measures for networks of realistic size may be quite extensive, in spite of significant developments in theory and computation (5-7), especially if traffic is assumed to be in a user equilibrium (UE) condition. The Franke-Wolfe algorithm, for instance, required about 150 s of CPU time on a personal computer to solve one UE traffic assignment problem for highway network of the San Francisco Bay area in California, with about 1,120 zones and 10,647 nodes. The computational burden may not seem to matter if only a single computation is needed, but it
doi:10.3141/2039-09 fatcat:svauaaauijgq5f2rvmulh77x2y
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