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Cooperative Advertising in a Two-Stage Supply Chain with Network Externalities  [PDF]
Wenhui Li
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2019.94069
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A two-stage game is developed with network externalities where, besides pricing decisions, the retailer and manufacturer can determine their advertising investments and advertising participation rates for each stage. In addition to the full cooperation advertising model, three part cooperation advertising models are established. We develop propositions and insights from the comparison of these models. Our main findings are as follows: 1) the equilibrium solutions critically depend on the effects of network externalities; 2) the optimal choice in a two-stage game is to achieve full cooperation; and 3) a second-best choice for the manufacturer is to share the retailer’s advertising in the first stage. Our research results have guiding significance for supply chain member’s decision-making in local advertising practice.
Reproduction strategy of Trias verrucosa (Orchidaceae) from China

Liu Zhongjian,Chen Lijun,Lei Sipeng,Rao Wenhui,Li Liqiang,

生态学报 , 2007,
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Orbital Stability of Solitary Waves for Generalized Klein-Gordon-Schrodinger Equations  [PDF]
Wenhui Qi, Guoguang Lin
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/am.2011.28139
Abstract: This paper concerns the orbital stability for exact solitary waves of the Generalized Klein-Gordon-Schrod-inger equations. Since the abstract results of Grillakis et al[1-2] can not be applied directly, we can extend the abstract stability theory and use the detailed spectral analysis to obtain the stability of the solitary waves.
Stochastic Finite Element for Structural Vibration
Mo Wenhui
Mathematical Problems in Engineering , 2010, DOI: 10.1155/2010/584863
Abstract: This paper proposes a new method of calculating stochastic field. It is an improvement of the midpoint method of stochastic field. The vibration equation of a system is transformed to a static problem by using the Newmark method and the Taylor expansion is extended for the structural vibration analysis with uncertain factors. In order to develop computational efficiency and allow for efficient storage, the Conjugate Gradient method (CG) is also employed. An example is given, respectively, and calculated results are compared to validate the proposed methods.
Control of Free-floating Space Robotic Manipulators base on Neural Network
Zhang Wenhui
International Journal of Computer Science Issues , 2012,
Abstract: For problems of trajectory tracking of the free-floating space robot model with uncertainties in task space, neural networks adaptive control strategy is put forward by this paper. Because the non-linear system model can not be obtained accurately, neural network is used to directly identify all parts of the system parameters through GL matrix and its multiplication operator ".". Robust controller is designed to eliminate the approximation errors of neural network and external disturbances. The control strategy neither requires an estimate of inverse dynamic model, nor calculates the inverse Jacobin matrix. Global asymptotic stability based on Lyapunov theory is proved by the paper. Simulation results show that higher control precision is achieved. The control strategy has great value in engineering applications.
The Clinical Anatomy of the Cavernous Sinus  [PDF]
Pengfei Zhang, Huanjiu Xi, Wenhui Li
Forensic Medicine and Anatomy Research (FMAR) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/fmar.2015.32012
Abstract: Introduction: The cavernous sinus (CS) is a very important concept because it is not only interesting to anatomical theory but also useful to clinical medicine, especially in the field of surgery. This paper described the microsurgical anatomy of the CS with special attention to its concept that the CS was really venous sinus or plexus. Materials and Methods: Fifty CSs from 25 Chinese adult cadaver heads fixed in 10% methanal, whose artery and vein were injected with red and blue latex, respectively, dissected stepwise under the operating microscope. Results: Asymmetric and nonintegral blue latex distributed in the cavity of the CS to form a retina with various diameters and repeatedly diverged and converged were observed under the surgical microscope with magnification 5 - 25, after the lateral wall of the CS was opened by maxillary approach. Measurement of sinus included length, diameter and triangular structure of the CS. It is very important to understand the microsurgical anatomy of the CS for neurosurgeons. Conclusion: The CS was venous plexus rather than sinus. The lateral wall of the sinus had two layers, and the lateral cavity of the sinus really did exist even though it was very small. The triangles where maxillary approach passed were more important for neurosurgeons.
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.
Clinical Efficacy of Allergen Specific Immunotherapy (ASIT) in Allergic Rhinitis  [PDF]
Rao Sukhesh
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2011.24066
Abstract: Though efficacy of Allergen Specific Immunotherapy (ASIT) has been proved in many studies, reports about success in clinical practice and under field conditions in alleviating the suffering or decreasing the morbidity in patients of Allergic Rhinitis are few. 260 patients of Allergic Rhinitis without coexisting diseases were included. Skin prick test was done on all patients. ASIT was initiated with common inhalant indoor allergens as per standard protocol and patients were assessed at the start and at 2 m, 6 m and 18 months of ASIT. ASIT was able to significantly reduce the symptom score in all the three groups namely sneezing, rhinorrhoea and nasal itching (p < 0.001). Concurrently it was also able to produce a significant reduction in the usage of concomitant drug intake (p < 0.001) thereby implying a decrease in morbidity. When assessed regarding clinical efficacy, ASIT was found to be satisfactory or highly effective in more than 75% patients. ASIT has got a role in clinical practice in polysensitized patients in field conditions. This is based on the evidence that besides decrease in hypersensitivity/symptoms, it also has an effect on minimizing the necessity of taking drugs to relieve the symptoms, which has strong implications of economics and toxicity, while treating patients.
Going beyond Computation and Its Limits: Injecting Cognition into Computing  [PDF]
Rao Mikkilineni
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/am.2012.331248
Abstract: Cognition is the ability to process information, apply knowledge, and change the circumstance. Cognition is associated with intent and its accomplishment through various processes that monitor and control a system and its environment. Cognition is associated with a sense of “self” (the observer) and the systems with which it interacts (the environment or the “observed”). Cognition extensively uses time and history in executing and regulating tasks that constitute a cognitive process. Whether cognition is computation in the strict sense of adhering to Turing-Church thesis or needs additional constructs is a very relevant question for addressing the design of self-managing (autonomous) distributed computing systems. In this paper we argue that cognition requires more than mere book-keeping provided by the Turing machines and certain aspects of cognition such as self-identity, self-description, self-monitoring and self-management can be implemented using parallel extensions to current serial von-Neumann stored program control (SPC) Turing machine implementations. We argue that the new DIME (Distributed Intelligent Computing Element) computing model, recently introduced as the building block of the DIME network architecture, is an analogue of Turing’s O-machine and extends it to implement a recursive managed distributed computing network, which can be viewed as an interconnected group of such specialized Oracle machines, referred to as a DIME network. The DIME network architecture provides the architectural resiliency, which is often associated with cellular organisms, through auto-failover; auto-scaling; live-migration; and end-to-end transaction security assurance in a distributed system. We argue that the self-identity and self-management processes of a DIME network inject the elements of cognition into Turing machine based computing as is demonstrated by two prototypes eliminating the complexity introduced by hypervisors, virtual machines and other layers of ad-hoc management software in today’s distributed computing environments.
Recent developments in fiber optic spectral white-light interferometry
Yi Jiang,Wenhui Ding
Photonic Sensors , 2011, DOI: 10.1007/s13320-010-0014-z
Abstract: Recent developments in spectral white-light interferometry (WLI) are reviewed. Firstly, the techniques for obtaining optical spectrum are introduced. Secondly, some novel measurement techniques are reviewed, including the improved peak-to-peak WLI, improved wavelength-tracking WLI, Fourier transform WLI, and 3 × 3 coupler based WLI. Furthermore, a hybrid measurement for the intensity-type sensors, interferometric sensors, and fiber Bragg grating sensors is achieved. It is shown that these developments have assisted in the progress of WLI.
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