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Using schema transforation pathways for biological data integration  [PDF]
Hao Fan, Fei Wang
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2008, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2008.13035
Abstract: In web environments, proteomics data integra-tionin the life sciences needs to handle the problem of data conflicts arising from the het-erogeneity of data resources and from incom-patibilities between the inputs and outputs of services used in the analysis of the resources. The integration of complex, fast changing bio-logical data repositories can be potentially sup-ported by Grid computing to enable distributed data analysis. This paper presents an approach addressing the data conflict problems of pro-teomics data integration. We describe a pro-posed proteomics data integration architecture, in which a heterogeneous data integration sys-tem interoperates with Web Services and query processing tools for the virtual and materialised integration of a number of proteomics resources, either locally or remotely. Finally, we discuss how the architecture can be further used for supporting data maintenance and analysis ac-tivities.
American Values Reflected in Names of US Supermarkets, the Top Five Values and American Dream  [PDF]
Zhong Wang, Weiwei Fan
Open Journal of Modern Linguistics (OJML) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojml.2013.34045
Abstract: This study based its foundation on a qualitative study of organizations that are closely related to people’s daily life—supermarkets, more exactly supermarket names and analyzed values represented in these names. 211 supermarket names were collected and values were extracted from these subjects, then the frequency and frequency rates of each individual value were calculated by SPSS 17. At last, 20 values were obtained. Among them, the top five values were individualism, directness, nature, cultural identity, efficiency and practicality, which respectively took up 19.8%, 7.9%, 5.8%, 5.3% and 5.3%. Individualism, one of the dominant values in American society, ranked the first in terms of frequency rate, representing people’s desire in memorizing their achievement and success as well as demonstrating personal responsibilities; directness showed people’s straightforward way of expression; nature demonstrated the fervent love for nature and the original and simple ways of solving problems, and nature also symbolized the “return for nature”; cultural identity, also collective identity, meant people’s identification as a member of a group; efficiency and practicality were to seek the fast and cheapest way of achieving a goal. What was surprising was the reflection of nature and cultural identity, which were rarely mentioned as belonging to core American values. Besides, the American Dream values, covering individualism, competition, freedom, pioneering spirit, superiority and nationalism, constituted about 27% of the totality of frequency rate, which proved the unwavering charm of American dream in American society.
Clinical observation on effect of nourishing liver and kidney on growth in adolescence
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao , 2007,
Uniform Bound of Sobolev Norms of Solutions to 3D Nonlinear Wave Equations with Null Condition
Fan Wang
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: This article concerns the time growth of Sobolev norms of classical solutions to the 3D quasi-linear wave equations with the null condition.
Inhibitory Activity of Ethanol Extract from Artemisia argyi on a Clinical Isolate of Staphylococcus aureus  [PDF]
Fan Zhang, Fan Wang, Liang Xiao, Guoping Sun
Chinese Medicine (CM) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/cm.2014.54029
Abstract: As a traditional herbal medicine for the treatment of many disorders, Artemisia argyi has shown many valuable bioactivities, but little is known about its effect on Staphylococcus aureus. In this study, the growth, the biofilm formation and the pathogenicity of S. aureus cultivated with or without ethanol extract of A. argyi were tested using microtitre plate assay, Confocal Laser Scanning Microscope (CLSM) system and mice infection assay. Results showed that the growth and the biofilm formation of S. aureus in the test group with ethanol extract of A. argyi were significantly lower than those of the control group without ethanol extract of A. argyi. With CLSM system we could observe that the biofilm structure of the test group had looser and less biomass compared with the control group. After infection of S. aureus, the survival of mice in test group that were given 0.2 mL 100 mg/mL ethanol extracts of A. argyi was higher than the control group. Histopathological analyses showed that the tissue damage of mice in test group was less than that in control group. These results suggested that ethanol extract of A. argyi had inhibitory effect on S. aureus and could protect mice from death induced by S. aureus infection.
Performance Evaluation of a New Type of Polymer Profile Control Agent  [PDF]
Qingwang Liu, Zhe Zhang, Zhenzhong Fan, Zhenzhong Fan, Jigang Wang
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2015.65040
Abstract: The low-permeability oil and gas resources of our country are quite common and abundant. Their reserve has accounted for one-fifth of total oil reserves of our country, and their yield has constituted the important part of national petroleum annual yield, but its development is very difficult. Polymer gel technology is a technical method of improving sweep efficiency in recent years which substantially increases the viscosity of the polymer solution by adding a crosslinking agent to the polymer produced by intramolecular or intermolecular crosslinking.
How the Asymmetric Information Creates Bubbles in Stock Market?  [PDF]
Haoxian Wang, Xingyuan Wang, Fan Bu, Guanzhou Wang, Yanqiao Pan
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2018.68016
Abstract: We analyze the mechanism of creating bubbles under asymmetric information through literature review. Our hypothesis is that information asymmetry will lead to herd behavior and then herd behavior will create bubbles. We find papers and evidences to support our hypothesis. However, after those literature reviews, we consummated our hypothesis and gave a conclusion. Our conclusion is the information asymmetry which can lead to herd behavior and there is a transaction phase. Herd behavior can create bubbles only when shocks come into the market. The bubble will enhance the herd behavior and then further create bubbles. In the first part of our hypothesis, we find three types of papers to support information asymmetry which can lead to herd behavior, which are theoretical model, mathematical model and experiment. It is similar in the second part of our hypothesis, which is herd behavior that can create bubbles.
Design and Realization of MapSUV Rural Land Surveying Palm Mapping System  [PDF]
Yonghua WANG, Wenfen LUO, Wenyou FAN
Journal of Geographic Information System (JGIS) , 2009, DOI: 10.4236/jgis.2009.11008
Abstract: The original surveying tools and methods are backward and low efficient and they will also generate lots of errors in the National secondary land surveying. MapSUV rural land surveying palm mapping system (MapSUV palm mapping system) based on 3S techniques, combines MapGIS rural land surveying database management system. It supports the spatial location information collection and attributes data entry. By combining with GPS receiver, it ensures high accuracy in small volume, which greatly facilitates land surveying. This paper main researched system structure, function module design and key techniques. It introduced the practical process of map spot attribute checking and map spot boundary. Then it gave the application assessment. The results shows that this system greatly improves the work efficiency of outdoor surveying and shorten the time of land surveying, database build and updating.
An Evaluation of the Operation of the Railway E-Ticketing System  [PDF]
Lili Fan, Xinhua Liu, Jianwen Wang
iBusiness (IB) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2012.42019
Abstract: In this paper, the operation smooth of the railway computer ticket system was evaluated. First, we design the evaluation index system, determine the subjective weights of the various technical indicators of the ticketing system with Fuzzy evaluation method, determine the index weight with the Entropy method, and analyze important factors affecting the system operation according to the health evaluation results of the ticketing system over the years.
Measurement-Induced Nonlocality and Geometric Discord in the Spin-Boson Model  [PDF]
Guoyou Wang, Zilong Fan, Haosheng Zeng
Journal of Quantum Information Science (JQIS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jqis.2013.31008

Dynamics of measurement-induced-nonlocality (MIN) and geometric measure of discord (GD) in the spin-boson model is studied. Analytical results show that for two large classes of initial states, MINs are equal but GDs are different. At the end of evolution, MIN and GD initially stored in the spin system transfer completely to reservoirs. The quantum beats for MIN and GD are also found which are the results of quantum interference between two local non-Markovian dynamics via quantum correlation.

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