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HONG Liang-gou,HU Chun-pu,YING Sheng-kang,MAO Shao-giu,

高分子学报 , 1987,
Abstract: 采用气相色谱法,研究了反应温度、引发剂浓度、四氟乙烯单体压力对四氟乙烯与异丙醇调聚反应产物重量分布的影响。实验结果表明,随温度升高,n=1的产物含量增加,n>1的各产物含量下降;单体压力的影响则相反;引发剂浓度的影响不明显。反应初期n=1产物生成速率较快,反应中、后期有利于m≥3产物的生成。
Development and Testing of an Automatic Turning Movement Identification System at Signalized Intersections  [PDF]
Kun Xu, Ping Yi, Chun Shao, Jialei Mao
Journal of Transportation Technologies (JTTs) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jtts.2013.34025

Vehicle turning movement data from signalized intersections is utilized for numerous applications in the field of transportation. Such applications include real-time adaptive signal control, dynamic traffic assignment, and traffic demand estimation. However, it is very time consuming and costly to obtain vehicle turning movement information manually. Previous efforts to simplify this process were focused on solving the problem using an O-D matrix, but this method proved to be inaccurate and unreliable with the existing data acquisition system. Another study involved the identification of vehicle turning movements from the detector information, but the presence of shared lanes led to uncertainties in vehicle matching, thus limiting application of the method only to intersections without shared lanes. In light of those unsuccessful attempts, this paper develops and tests a system called the Automatic Turning Movement Identification System (ATMIS), which estimates vehicle turning movements at a signalized intersection in real time, regardless of its geometry. The results from lab experiments as well as a field test show that the algorithm is very promising and may potentially be expanded for field applications.

The Management of Technological Construction Design
R?zvan Giu?c?
Bulletin of the Polytechnic Institute of Jassy, Constructions, Architechture Section , 2007,
Abstract: The acquisition of a constructed facility usually represents a major capital investment, whether its owner happens to be an individual, a private corporation or a public agency. Since the commitment of resources for such an investment is motivated by market demands or perceived needs, the facility is expected to satisfy certain objectives within the constraints specified by the owner and relevant regulations.
The Investor’s Role in Promoting the Construction Projects
R?zvan Giu?c?
Bulletin of the Polytechnic Institute of Jassy, Constructions, Architechture Section , 2007,
Abstract: One of the three main participants involved in the process of investments’ promotion is the investor. He comes from the public or private sector. Being the promoter of the investment he plays an important economic function for it. He invests the profit obtained in previous projects or he obtains bank credits and risks them for new investments, in order to make supplementary profits. Beside of providing the necessary financial resources for the project, the investor has responsibilities regarding its conception and execution.
Requirements Evolution for Dwellings
R?zvan Giu?c?
Bulletin of the Polytechnic Institute of Jassy, Constructions, Architechture Section , 2008,
Abstract: At a certain point of society evolution appears, due to an aberrant culture, more actually due to a subculture, one point occurred during the development of society, due to an aberrant culture, an exacerbated resources consumption, exaggerated, extravagant, that generates waste. Were produced objects without value having a small using importance, it appears whim, unnecessary, kitsch or groundless products. There was an exaggerated consumption even for fundamental or existential needs fulfilment. In our days in superstores the market basket is fill out and that goes to indigestion, obesity, diabetes, excess medicines, cardiac crisis and finally nothingness.
Trends on Habitat Management
Raluca Giu?c?
Bulletin of the Polytechnic Institute of Jassy, Constructions, Architechture Section , 2008,
Abstract: According to traditional image, human habitat constitution is the result of natural inter-relations, the fundamental premise of the existence of natural resources, the climate, and the access to more developed proximities for commercial trading. Human habitat represents a complex system, with environmental values, having live and natural components that are inter-related. The dwelling is the fundamental component of the habitat and by relationship with the other components determines the level of habitation.
The Concept of Quality in the Strenght Structure of the Constructions
R?zvan Giu?c?
Bulletin of the Polytechnic Institute of Jassy, Constructions, Architechture Section , 2007,
Abstract: The strength structure represents one of the main components of every construction having as main purpose to provide resistance and stability of the entire assembly. Therefore, the strength structure can be defined as the system meant to safely allow the taking over and further transmission of the loads acting on the constructions; these loads should be further transmitted to the ground. The strength structure should also create conditions for the proper functioning of the building, respecting the purposes it was first designed for.
Four kinds of ENU-induced white spot mice and chromosome locations of the mutant genes
Baojin Wu,Huihua Mao,Yixiang Shao,Zhengfeng Xue,Houda Li
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2003, DOI: 10.1007/BF02901753
Abstract: “Phenotype-driven” is the name for an approach used to study gene functions through mutagenesis, location and cloning of the mutant gene. In this study, 150 male C57BL/6J(B6) mice were treated with ENU and reproduced a total offspring of 3860. Of these descendants, 210 exhibited mutation phenotypes by screening, and more than 10 of them are hereditable. Four kinds of mutant mice, named Wbct, W 1Bao, W 2Bao, and W 2Bao, showed dominant hereditary white spot mutation with partial albinism on their belly, distal limbs and tail terminal. To map these mutant genes, 39 microsatellites, equally distributed on the mouse genome and with difference between B6 and DBA/2J (D2), were selected to scan the genome after discrimination of the white spots in the F2 mice [(B6xD2)xD2]. It is found that, the log odds score (LODS) between W 1Bao and D5Mitl68 is 0.56, and the LODS of W 1Bao and D5Mit352 is 4.47. With the gradual application of microsatellites D5Mit290, D5Mit312, D5Mit308 and D5Mit356 that are close to the mutant gene, and the number of F2 mice going up to 537, the mutant W 1Bao is located between D5Mit356 and D5Mit308 on chromosome 5, about 42.19 cM from the centromere. In the same way, W 2Bao and W 3Bao are mapped nearby W 1Bao, and Wbct is located on chromosome 1, about 41.6 cM from the centromere. After searching for the mouse genome database (MGD) and performing a one-by-one study of all genes located on chromosome subregion, it is believed that thekit gene is an excellent candidate for the white spot mutations of W 1Bao, W 2Bao and W 3Bao.
Methyl 6-bromo-7-methoxy-1,3-benzodioxole-5-carboxylate
Xianshu Fu,Zihong Ye,Lifei Mao,Sasa Shao
Acta Crystallographica Section E , 2008, DOI: 10.1107/s1600536808019399
Abstract: The non-H atoms of the title compound, C10H9BrO5, are essentially coplanar, with the exception of the ester group [the O=C—O—C torsion angle is 143.4 (3)°].
Design of Real-time Communication Adapter for Different Protocol Sensors in Sensor Web
Xuefeng Liu,Jing Zhu,Jianhua Mao,Xiaoming Shao
TELKOMNIKA : Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering , 2012, DOI: 10.11591/telkomnika.v10i5.1357
Abstract: A real-time communication adapter named SensorAdapter is designed to communicate between different protocols sensors and data service layer in Sensor Web. The adapter is extended and restructured based on SensorBus, an open source project raised by a German company called 52north. By structuring the receiving module and extending the proxies of sensors according to the communication protocols the sensors use, the adapter can receive sensing information detected by different protocols sensors simultaneously. The receiving module identifies a sensor and finds its corresponding proxy in SensorAdapter by sensor ID (SensorID), and then packages the sensing information to XMPP messages and sends them to XMPPServer by invoking the methods in its proxy. At last, an example of SOS is achieved to verify the effect of the adapter.
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