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Applications of Norm and Situation Calculus in the Semantic Web Service Composition  [PDF]
Jun Zhao, Xiaozhu Gu
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2010.38090
Abstract: Semantic Web service studies are carried out around the OWL-S, however, OWL-S model does not contain the descrip-tion of preferences and constraints when we choose and use them in different organizations, different cultures, different sectors and actors because of OWL capacity limitations in rules. It means that Semantic Web service composition can not compose users’ subjective services from the user requirements. The paper makes up for the semantic shortcoming of OWL-S through using norm semantic scalability, and achieves the formal description of the norm by using the situation calculus. Finally, the paper also takes a tourism composite service as an example how to extend the ability of the semantic description of OWL-S, which shows us the combination of the norm and the situation calculus. It is positive significance for eventually realizing semantic extension of OWL-S.
Business Process Modeling Based on Norm  [PDF]
Jun Zhao, Xixia Wang
Journal of Software Engineering and Applications (JSEA) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jsea.2011.411073
Abstract: As to the question that the current enterprise information system can not adapt quickly to shifting business, this paper mainly studied business process adaptability according to Norm and SOA and proposed a business process modeling method based on Norm. The purpose is to enable business change in the information systems more flexible and better meet the current market and customer demands.
The Brunn-Minkowski Inequalities for Centroid Body  [PDF]
Jun Yuan, Lingzhi Zhao
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2013.31013
Abstract: In [1], the authors established the Brunn-Minkowski inequality for centroid body. In this paper, we give an isolate form and volume difference of it, respectively. Both of these results are strength versions of the original.
Animal bone growth experiment of rapid-growing rats in different stress environment and its mathematical model  [PDF]
Jun Zhang, Wenzhi Zhao
Journal of Biosciences and Medicines (JBM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jbm.2013.12005

The aim of this study is to explore a way that quantify the qualitative equation of bone growth and remodeling which was based on the animal Experiment of rapid-growing Rats in Different Stress Environment. These results were proved to be of good stability and identification precision with the numerical method of inversion. It suggested that the growing coefficient and the threshold in function were variables changing with time and space. The idea and method used in the research of bone growth and remodeling adaptation in this paper also provided clue and reference to establish other models for living system.

Dual Quermassintegral Differences for Intersection Body  [PDF]
Lingzhi Zhao, Jun Yuan
Advances in Pure Mathematics (APM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/apm.2014.410061
Abstract: In this paper, we introduce the concept of dual quermassintegral differences. Further, we give the dual Brunn-Minkowski inequality and dual Minkowski inequality for dual quermassintegral differences for mixed intersection bodies.
Publishing Chinese medicine knowledge as Linked Data on the Web
Jun Zhao
Chinese Medicine , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/1749-8546-5-27
Abstract: Linked Data approach was used in publishing CM knowledge. This approach was applied to publishing a CM linked dataset, namely RDF-TCM http://www.open-biomed.org.uk/rdf-tcm/ webcite based on TCMGeneDIT, which provided association information about CM in English.The Linked Data approach made CM knowledge accessible through standards-compliant interfaces to facilitate the bridging of CM and WM. The open and programmatically-accessible RDF-TCM facilitated the creation of new data mash-up and novel federated query applications.Publishing CM knowledge in Linked Data provides a point of departure for integration of CM databases.Chinese medicine (CM) is yet to become an integral part of the standard healthcare system in Western countries due to a lack of scientific evidence for its efficacy and safety as well as a language and cultural barrier. This article presents a Linked Data approach to publishing CM knowledge in hope of bridging the gap between CM and Western medicine (WM).The World Wide Web is a scalable platform for disseminating information through documents, having transformed how knowledge is learned and shared. Similarly, the Web may also be used as the platform for disseminating data. Linked Data [1] uses the Web as the information space to publish structured data rather than documents on the Web. In Linked Data, Uniform Resource Identifiers (URIs) are used to identify resources [2] and Resource Description Framework (RDF) is used to describe resources [3]. URIs are to data as what Uniform Resource Locators (URLs) are to web pages, providing identifications to resources; and RDF is to data as what HTML is to documents, providing descriptions about a resource in a machine-processable representation format.Linked Data promises a new and more efficient paradigm for sharing and connecting distributed data, permitting decentralization and interoperability. Since Linked Data is built upon the Web Architecture [4], it inherits its decentralization and connectivity. Th
Comparative Critical Analysis of Discourse Structures
Jun Zhao
Theory and Practice in Language Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/tpls.1.1.108-111
Abstract: We use systematic functional method to analyze and try to find out the estimated correlation behind several different texts. Ideology makes great influences on translation expression and strategy, which thus, is the product of the ideology. Language understanding means to obtain a semantic network and conditional information from a text in a deep sense.
Conceptualizing English academic writing via verbal and manual metaphors
Jun Zhao
Ibérica , 2009,
Abstract: As a powerful cognitive tool, metaphor is used in the educational setting to simplify abstract knowledge for learners. Gesture, the material carrier of thought, can represent abstract concepts in a visual mode. Speakers tend to draw on multimodal resources to make use of both verbal and manual metaphors for expository purpose. This article analyzes metaphorical expressions and gestures of four ESL (English as Second Language) composition instructors to probe how both verbal and manual metaphors are used in the educational discourse to concretize abstract concepts of EAP writing (English for Academic Purpose) to second language writers. Gestures are significant in comprehending the metaphorical sense of verbal utterances.
On Barriers and Countermeasures for China Implementing Reverse Home Mortgage Loans
Jun Zhao
Asian Social Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v5n3p168
Abstract: Along with the development of an aging society in China, pressures on social security are unavoidable. At this moment, China begins to execute reverse home mortgage loans, what is meaningful for the construction of harmonious society. This paper points out the barriers for China implementing reverse home mortgage loans and advances relevant countermeasures.
Length-based Bilingual Sentence Alignment in Different Literary Forms
Jun Zhao
Journal of Language Teaching and Research , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/jltr.2.1.229-235
Abstract: Text alignment can be a useful practical tool for assisting translators. We use length-based method to calculate and try to find out the estimated correlation between different literary forms. Also the findings can be revealed from the modern and classical Chinese texts. At last we get a potential lexical pattern from different texts following the basic lexical-based method.
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