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The characteristic and evolution of coal-forming swamp in Hanshuiquan district, Santanghu Coalfield, Xinjiang, NW China, during the Middle Jurassic: evidence from coal petrography, coal facies and sporopollen

Santanghu Coalfield is the largest integrated coalfield exploration area in China. The major coal seams developing in Xishanyao Formation (Middle Jurassic) are the high-quality steam coals characterized by large thickness, favorable horizontal continuity and high coal quality. In this paper, twenty-two samples were collected from the three typical boreholes in Hanshuiquan...

Use of human amniotic epithelial cells in mouse models of bleomycin-induced lung fibrosis: A systematic review and meta-analysis

Contributions Conceptualization: Fang He. Data curation: Aiting Zhou. Formal analysis: Fang He. Funding acquisition: Aiting Zhou. Investigation: Fang He. Methodology: Shuo Feng. Project administration: Fang

Cloud Model-Based Artificial Immune Network for Complex Optimization Problem

This paper proposes an artificial immune network based on cloud model (AINet-CM) for complex function optimization problems. Three key immune operators—cloning, mutation, and suppression—are redesigned with the help of the cloud model. To be specific, an increasing half cloud-based cloning operator is used to adjust the dynamic clone multipliers of antibodies, an asymmetrical...

An Artificial Immune System Algorithm with Social Learning and Its Application in Industrial PID Controller Design

addressed to Shuo Feng; nc.ude.uzh@305sf and Zhonghua Li; nc.ude.usys.liam@hgnohzil Received 13 August 2016; Accepted 30 November 2016; Published 31 January 2017 Academic Editor: Marek Lefik Copyright

Research Capacity at Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Centers in China: A Survey of Clinical Investigators

publication of this paper. Authors? Contributions Shuo Feng and Mei Han contributed equally for this study. Jian-ping Liu, Mei Han, and Si-cheng Wang were responsible for the study concept and design. Shuo ... Feng and Mei Han were responsible for the development and distribution of the questionnaire, analysis, and interpretation of data. Shuo Feng and Mei Han were responsible for the draft of manuscript. Lily

Research Capacity at Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) Centers in China: A Survey of Clinical Investigators

publication of this paper. Authors’ Contributions Shuo Feng and Mei Han contributed equally for this study. Jian-ping Liu, Mei Han, and Si-cheng Wang were responsible for the study concept and design. Shuo ... Feng and Mei Han were responsible for the development and distribution of the questionnaire, analysis, and interpretation of data. Shuo Feng and Mei Han were responsible for the draft of manuscript. Lily

A survey of machine learning for big data processing

There is no doubt that big data are now rapidly expanding in all science and engineering domains. While the potential of these massive data is undoubtedly significant, fully making sense of them requires new ways of thinking and novel learning techniques to address the various challenges. In this paper, we present a literature survey of the latest advances in researches on...

A Complex Integrable Hierarchy and Its Hamiltonian Structure for Integrable Couplings of WKI Soliton Hierarchy

We generate complex integrable couplings from zero curvature equations associated with matrix spectral problems in this paper. A direct application to the WKI spectral problem leads to a novel soliton equation hierarchy of integrable coupling system; then we consider the Hamiltonian structure of the integrable coupling system. We select the , and generate the nonlinear composite...

A robust cooperative spectrum sensing scheme based on Dempster-Shafer theory and trustworthiness degree calculation in cognitive radio networks

Cognitive radio (CR) is a promising technology that brings about remarkable improvement in spectrum utilization. To tackle the hidden terminal problem, cooperative spectrum sensing (CSS) which benefits from the spatial diversity has been studied extensively. Since CSS is vulnerable to the attacks initiated by malicious secondary users (SUs), several secure CSS schemes based on...

Simulation of Evacuation Characteristics Using a 2-Dimensional Cellular Automata Model for Pedestrian Dynamics

In public places, the high pedestrian density is one of the direct causes leading to crowding and trample disaster, so it is very necessary to investigate the collective and evacuation characteristics for pedestrian movement. In the occupants’ evacuation process, the people-people interaction and the people-environment interaction are sufficiently considered in this paper, which...

Simulation of Evacuation Characteristics Using a 2-Dimensional Cellular Automata Model for Pedestrian Dynamics

In public places, the high pedestrian density is one of the direct causes leading to crowding and trample disaster, so it is very necessary to investigate the collective and evacuation characteristics for pedestrian movement. In the occupants’ evacuation process, the people-people interaction and the people-environment interaction are sufficiently considered in this paper, which...

Historical Perspective of Traditional Indigenous Medical Practices: The Current Renaissance and Conservation of Herbal Resources

Yu,5 Hou-Qi Chen,6 Shuo-Feng Zhang,1 Min-Ke Tang,1 Jian-Ning Sun,1 and Kam-Ming Ko7 1School of Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing 100102, China 2Research Unit for

Historical Perspective of Traditional Indigenous Medical Practices: The Current Renaissance and Conservation of Herbal Resources

Yu,5 Hou-Qi Chen,6 Shuo-Feng Zhang,1 Min-Ke Tang,1 Jian-Ning Sun,1 and Kam-Ming Ko7 1School of Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing 100102, China 2Research Unit for

New Perspectives on How to Discover Drugs from Herbal Medicines: CAM's Outstanding Contribution to Modern Therapeutics

With tens of thousands of plant species on earth, we are endowed with an enormous wealth of medicinal remedies from Mother Nature. Natural products and their derivatives represent more than 50% of all the drugs in modern therapeutics. Because of the low success rate and huge capital investment need, the research and development of conventional drugs are very costly and difficult...

New Perspectives on How to Discover Drugs from Herbal Medicines: CAM's Outstanding Contribution to Modern Therapeutics

With tens of thousands of plant species on earth, we are endowed with an enormous wealth of medicinal remedies from Mother Nature. Natural products and their derivatives represent more than 50% of all the drugs in modern therapeutics. Because of the low success rate and huge capital investment need, the research and development of conventional drugs are very costly and difficult...