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A Priority Queuing Model for HCF Controlled Channel Access (HCCA) in Wireless LANs  [PDF]
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2009, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2009.21004
Abstract: Recently, there has been a rapid growing interest in new applications requiring quality of service (QoS) guarantees through wireless local area networks (WLAN). These demands have led to the introduction of new 802.11 standard series to enhance access medium supporting QoS for multimedia applications. However, some applications such as variable bit rate (VBR) traffic address some challenges in the hybrid coordination function (HCF) nominated to provide QoS. This paper presents a novel priority queuing model to analyze a medium access in the HCF controlled channel access (HCCA) mode. This model makes use of a MAP (Markovian Arrival Process)/PH (Phase Type)/1 queue with two types of jobs which are suitable to support VBR traffic. Using a MAP for traffic arrival process and PH distribution for service process, the inclusion of vacation period makes our analysis very general and comprehensive to support various types of practical traffic streams. The proposed priority queuing model is very useful to evaluate and enhance the performance of the scheduler and the admission controller in the HCCA mechanism.
A Perceptual Video Coding Based on JND Model  [PDF]
Qingming Yi, Wenhui Fan, Min Shi
Journal of Computer and Communications (JCC) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jcc.2018.64005
Abstract: In view of the fact that the current high efficiency video coding standard does not consider the characteristics of human vision, this paper proposes a perceptual video coding algorithm based on the just noticeable distortion model (JND). The adjusted JND model is combined into the transformation quantization process in high efficiency video coding (HEVC) to remove more visual redundancy and maintain compatibility. First of all, we design the JND model based on pixel domain and transform domain respectively, and the pixel domain model can give the JND threshold more intuitively on the pixel. The transform domain model introduces the contrast sensitive function into the model, making the threshold estimation more precise. Secondly, the proposed JND model is embedded in the HEVC video coding framework. For the transformation skip mode (TSM) in HEVC, we adopt the existing pixel domain called nonlinear additively model (NAMM). For the non-transformation skip mode (non-TSM) in HEVC, we use transform domain JND model to further reduce visual redundancy. The simulation results show that in the case of the same visual subjective quality, the algorithm can save more bitrates.
Preliminary lidar observations of Na meteor trails at Wuhan (30.5°N, 114.4°E), China
QiuHong Xie,Fan Yi
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2010, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-010-3018-6
Abstract: Na lidar measurements of atom meteor trails with an integration period of 3.2 s were conducted at Wuhan (30.5°N, 114.4°E), China. A total of 125 Na meteor trail events were registered from 166 hours (16 nights) of lidar data. These Na trails show peak densities ranging from 4040 to 39170 cm 3 with a mean of 16430 cm 3, while their occurrence altitudes vary from 77.2 to 111.6 km with a distribution centroid at 92.6 km. The upper edge of the Na trail altitude distribution resembles that of the altitude profile of the simultaneously observed mean Na layer. In particular, the trail altitude histogram maximum occurs around the mean Na layer peak. This is consistent with early lidar observations of K and Fe trails, which shows that meteoroids entering the atmosphere tend to yield more atom meteor trails detectable by ground-based lidars around the peak of the regular metal layers than elsewhere. It was found that the formation of the Nas layers was usually accompanied by a bunch of Na meteor trails, and that they occurred near the altitude of the Nas layer peak.
Sodium resonance lidar observations during 2001 Leonid meteor shower over Wuhan
Jinbo Liu,Fan Yi
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2004, DOI: 10.1007/BF03182816
Abstract: Here is the first report on the observation of meteor ablation trails with lidar in China. Four long-lived Na ablation trails were observed during the 18/19 Nov. 2001 Leonid meteor shower with a sodium resonance lidar over Wuhan. The mean altitude of the 4 trails is 97.95 km, consistent with Leonid high entry velocity (~72 km/s). The peak density averages about 3380±3633 cm 3, and the abundance is (2.33 ±1.49) ×108 cm 2, both of which are higher than those previously observed for sporadic meteor trails. The RMS width is 359 m and the meteor’s age is 81 min, indicating that they are long duration meteor trails. These observation results are quite different from those of sporadic meteor trails, but comparable to the 1998 and 1999 Leonid report. Five night observations from 17 Nov. to 23 Nov. suggest that the 2001 Leonid meteor shower does not have a significant impact on the abundance of the background Na layer.
Behavior of gravity waves with limited amplitude in the vicinity of critical layer
Shaoping Wu,Fan Yi
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2002, DOI: 10.1360/02tb9341
Abstract: By using the FICE scheme, a numerical simulation of three-dimensional nonlinear propagation of gravity wave packet in a wind-stratified atmosphere is presented. The whole nonlinear propagation process of the gravity wave packet is shown; the propagation behavior of gravity waves in the vicinity of critical layer is analyzed. The results show that gravity waves encounter the critical layer when propagating in the fair winds whose velocities increase with height, and the height of critical layer propagating nonlinearly is lower than that expected by the linear gravity waves theory; the amplitudes of gravity waves increase with height as a whole before gravity waves encounter the critical layer, but the increasing extent is smaller than the result given by the linear theory of gravity waves, while the amplitudes of gravity waves reduce when gravity waves meet the critical layer; the energy of wave decreases with height, especially at the critical layer; the vertical wavelength reduces with the height increasing, but it does not become zero.
The therapy of intracranial venous sinus thrombosis
FAN Yi-mu
Chinese Journal of Contemporary Neurology and Neurosurgery , 2013, DOI: 10.3969/j.issn.1672-6731.2013.03.002
Interpretation and implication of the non-detection of GeV spectrum excess by Fermi gamma-ray Space Telescope in most GRBs
Yi-Zhong Fan
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2966.2009.15018.x
Abstract: Since the launch of the Fermi Gamma-ray Space Telescope on 11 June 2008, significant detections of high energy emission have been reported only in six Gamma-ray Bursts (GRBs) until now. In this work we show that the lack of detection of a GeV spectrum excess in almost all GRBs, though somewhat surprisingly, can be well understood within the standard internal shock model and several alternatives like the photosphere-internal shock (gradual magnetic dissipation) model and the magnetized internal shock model. The delay of the arrival of the >100 MeV photons from some Fermi bursts can be interpreted too. We then show that with the polarimetry of prompt emission these models may be distinguishable. In the magnetized internal shock model, high linear polarization level should be typical. In the standard internal shock model, high linear polarization level is still possible but much less frequent. In the photosphere-internal shock model, the linear polarization degree is expected to be roughly anti-correlated with the weight of the photosphere/thermal component, which may be a unique signature of this kind of model. We also briefly discuss the implication of the current Fermi GRB data on the detection prospect of the prompt PeV neutrinos. The influences of the intrinsic proton spectrum and the enhancement of the neutrino number at some specific energies, due to the cooling of pions (muons), are outlined.
Energy average formula of photon gas rederived by using the generalized Hermann-Feynman theorem
Hong-yi Fan
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1088/1674-1056/19/9/090301
Abstract: By virtue of the generalized Hermann-Feynmam theorem and the method of characteristics we rederive energy average formula of photon gas, this is another useful application of the theorem.
Interpreting the high energy emission of Fermi GRBs
Yi-Zhong Fan
Physics , 2009,
Abstract: The high energy emission from Gamma-ray Bursts has some interesting features, including the absence of the GeV excess in the prompt spectrum, the delayed onset of the GeV emission, and the longer duration of the GeV emission than the prompt soft gamma-ray emission. We suggest that the non-detection of a GeV excess in most GRB spectrum may favor the magnetic fireball model and the early prompt emission may be dominated by the photosphere radiation of the breakout material and is thus very soft. The synchrotron radiation in GeV band can be the dominant component of the high energy afterglow emission, as speculated in GRB 080319B and then confirmed in GRB 080916C and GRB 090510. A simple estimate of the thermal radiation of the breakout material has been presented.
The spectrum of Gamma-ray Burst: a clue
Yi-Zhong Fan
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2966.2009.16134.x
Abstract: In this work we numerically calculate the thermal radiation efficiency of the baryonic outflow. The possible outflow acceleration in the transparent stage, which lowers thermal radiation efficiency, has been taken into account. In the standard internal shock model for the prompt emission, the fast shells should move with a typical Lorentz factor $\gtrsim 5 \Gamma_{\rm i}$ otherwise the GRB efficiency will be in disagreement with the observations, where $\Gamma_{\rm i}$ is the bulk Lorentz factor of the shocked/emitting region. The photosphere radius of these fast shells is small and the thermal radiation is too strong to be effectively outshone by the internal shock emission. This is particularly the case for some extremely bright events having $\Gamma_{\rm i} \sim 10^{3}$, like GRBs 080319B and 080916C. The absence of a distinct thermal component in the spectrum of most GRBs challenges the standard internal shock model and may suggest a non-baryonic (magnetic) outflow component. Though the magnetic outflow model seems favored by more and more data, it can hardly reproduce the typical GRB spectrum. In the photosphere-gradual magnetic dissipation scenario, the spectrum cuts off at $\sim 1$ GeV, too low to account for the observations of GRBs 080916C. In the sudden magnetic energy dissipation model, the low energy spectrum is expected to be $F_\nu \propto \nu^{-1/2}$, too soft to be consistent with the data $F_\nu \propto \nu^{0}$. We speculate that the low energy spectrum puzzle could be unveiled by the mechanism that particles, in the magnetic dissipation process, are repeatedly accelerated.
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