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Local Gateway Assisted Handover Key Derivation in Enterprise Femtocell Network  [PDF]
Peng Wang, Xiaojuan Zhang
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2015.84009

With the dense deployment of femtocells in enterprise femtocell network and the small coverage of femtocells, handover in enterprise femtocell network will be frequent. The general handover key derivation method which is used in handover procedures in LTE is not suitable for handover in this scenario because of its long time cost and the weak security. To solve this problem, this paper has proposed a new local gateway assisted handover key derivation schema in enterprise femtocell network. It can meet the fast derivation and good forward/backward key secrecy requirement of handover key derivation in enterprise femtocell network. The simulation result has verified that the proposed handover key derivation schema works better than the existing method.

Effect of Recombinant Human Erythropoietin on Survivin Expression in Brain Tissues after Traumatic Brain Injury in Rats  [PDF]
Peng Lei, Longfeng Peng, Xingchao Zhang
Surgical Science (SS) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ss.2012.35053
Abstract: Objective: To explore the regulative effect on Survivin of r-HuEPO after traumatic brain injury (TBI) in rats, and understand the neuroprotection mechanisms of r-HuEPO. Methods: Seventy-eight adult Wistar rats were randomly divided into sham operation group (n = 6), TBI group (n = 36) and r-HuEPO group (n = 36). The experimental TBI model was created by Feeney’s method. Samples were obtained after injury for measuring apoptosis of cells by Epics XL Flow Cytometer. Immunochemical method was performed for inspection of expressions of Survivin and NF-κB proteins. Results: Compared to the sham group, the number of apoptotic cells and Survivin, NF-κB immunopositive cells was significantly increased in the injured brain after TBI (P < 0.01). R-HuEPO significantly increased the expression of survivin and NF-κB, but decreased the apoptotic rates. Conclusion: Increased expression of NF-κB by r-HuEPO may play important role in regulating Survivin level, inhibiting neuronal apoptosis in cortex and exerting protective function to neurons.
Dynamic behavior of the He II-He I phase transition under gravity
Peng Zhang
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2002, DOI: 10.1360/02tb9038
Abstract: The phase transition of superfluid helium (He II) to normal fluid helium (He I) is studied in this note. The He II-He I interface is found to move upwards under finite heat current. The temperature tracks are measured by four high resolution temperature sensors (HRTs). And the shifting of the λ point temperature (phase transition temperature) along the cell is studied experimentally and theoretically. Under gravity, the shifting of the λ point temperature increases with the pressure. The experimental results agree well with the theoretical ones.
A non-invasive study of alopecia in Japanese macaques Macaca fuscata
Current Zoology , 2011,
Abstract: This article provides information on the phenomenon of alopecia in Japanese macaques, Macaca fuscata, in various environments and proposes a 3-step scoring system for a quantitative assessment of hair loss. Results suggest that alopecia is commonly observed in Japanese macaques, with 20.5% of individuals showing head alopecia and 4.7% showing back alopecia across eight study groups. Alopecia was more commonly observed in adult females (30.8% individuals showing head alopecia and 15.3% showing back alopecia) than in other age-sex classes. Seasonal variation of back alopecia was noted, in particular, individuals with patchy back hair were more frequently observed in winter than in summer. Seasonal variation was not observed in head hair. The distribution of alopecia was also different among study groups. The wild population generally had better hair condition than provisioned populations and captive populations. The present study used a non-invasive alopecia scoring system which can be a useful, rapid and non-invasive tool to monitor animal health and well-being at a population level [Current Zoology 57 (1): 26–35, 2011].
Partial Degree Bounded Edge Packing Problem
Peng Zhang
Computer Science , 2012,
Abstract: In [1], whether a target binary string s can be represented from a boolean formula with operands chosen from a set of binary strings W was studied. In this paper, we first examine selecting a maximum subset X from W, so that for any string t in X, t is not representable by X\{t}. We rephrase this problem as graph, and surprisingly find it give rise to a broad model of edge packing problem, which itself falls into the model of forbidden subgraph problem. Specifically, given a graph G(V;E) and a constant c, the problem asks to choose as many as edges to form a subgraph G'. So that in G', for each edge, at least one of its endpoints has degree no more than c. We call such G' partial c degree bounded. When c = 1, it turns out to be the complement of dominating set. We present several results about hardness, approximation for the general graph and efficient exact algorithm on trees. This edge packing problem model also has a direct interpretation in resource allocation. There are n types of resources and m jobs. Each job needs two types of resources. A job can be accomplished if either one of its necessary resources is shared by no more than c other jobs. The problem then asks to nish as many jobs as possible. We believe this partial degree bounded graph problem merits more attention.
Path Integral and Asian Options
Peng Zhang
Quantitative Finance , 2010,
Abstract: In this paper we analytically study the problem of pricing an arithmetically averaged Asian option in the path integral formalism. By a trick about the Dirac delta function, the measure of the path integral is defined by an effective action functional whose potential term is an exponential function. This path integral is evaluated by use of the Feynman-Kac theorem. After working out some auxiliary integrations involving Bessel and Whittaker functions, we arrive at the spectral expansion for the value of Asian options.
Morse Potential, Contour Integrals, and Asian Options
Peng Zhang
Quantitative Finance , 2010,
Abstract: Completeness of the eigenfunctions of a quantum mechanical system is crucial for its probability interpretation. By using the method of contour integral we give properly normalized eigenfunctions for both discrete and continuum spectrum of the Morse potential, and explicitly prove the completeness relation. As an application we use our spectral decomposition formula to study the problem of the pricing of an Asian option traded in financial markets.
Periodic Solutions of Second-Order Differential Inclusions Systems with -Laplacian
Liang Zhang,Peng Zhang
Abstract and Applied Analysis , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/475956
Abstract: The existence of periodic solutions for nonautonomous second-order differential inclusion systems with -Laplacian is considered. We get some existence results of periodic solutions for system, a.e. , , by using nonsmooth critical point theory. Our results generalize and improve some theorems in the literature.
Numerical modeling of dimethyl ether (DME) bubble growth and breakup
Peng Zhang,YuSheng Zhang
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2009, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-009-0173-8
Abstract: A numerical program is written to simulate the process of vapor bubble growth with spherical symmetry from the thermodynamic critical radius in an initially uniformly superheated liquid. The program is validated by the experimental data of superheated water. The calculated results agree with those of experiments well. The program takes into account the variations of properties with temperature precisely to simulate the DME bubble growth under flash boiling conditions. Considering the influences of pressure, surface tension and viscous stress, the linear stability analysis method is adopted to deduce the dispersion equation to represent the disturbance development during the bubble growth, and a new criterion for bubble breakup is established. The results show the bubble becomes more unstable with the increase of bubble Weber number and void fraction, and that with the increase of bubble growth rate or the decrease of initial radius ration of droplet to bubble, the breakup time of bubble becomes shorter.
Confinement-induced Resonances in Quasi-one-dimensional Traps with Transverse Anisotropy
Wei Zhang,Peng Zhang
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.83.053615
Abstract: We study atom-atom scattering in quasi-one-dimensional geometries with transverse anisotropy. By assuming an s-wave pseudo-potential of contact interaction, we show that the system would exhibit a single confinement-induced resonance, where the scattering process degenerates to a total reflection as a one-dimensional gas of impenetrable bosons. For a general form of interaction, we present a formal calculation based on the two-channel model and conclude the existence of only one confinement-induced resonance. Our findings are inconsistent with a recent experiment by Haller et al. [Phys. Rev. Lett. 104, 153203 (2010)], where a splitting of confinement-induced resonances has been observed in an anisotropic quasi-one-dimensional quantum gas of Cs atoms.
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