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Single Video Performance Analysis for Video-on-Demand Systems
James Yifei Yang,Bruce Hajek
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: We study the content placement problem for cache delivery video-on-demand systems under static random network topologies with fixed heavy-tailed video demand. The performance measure is the amount of server load; we wish to minimize the total download rate for all users from the server and maximize the rate from caches. Our approach reduces the analysis for multiple videos to consideration of decoupled systems with a single video each. For each placement policy, insights gained from the single video analysis carry back to the original multiple video content placement problem. Finally, we propose a hybrid placement technique that achieves near optimal performance with low complexity.
A variant of H?rmander's $L^2$ existence theorem for Dirac operator in Clifford analysis
Liu Yang,Chen Zhihua,Pan Yifei
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: In this paper, we give the H\"ormander's $L^2$ theorem for Dirac operator over an open subset $\Omega\in\R^{n+1}$ with Clifford algebra. Some sufficient condition on the existence of the weak solutions for Dirac operator has been found in the sense of Clifford analysis. In particular, if $\Omega$ is bounded, then we prove that for any $f$ in $L^2$ space with value in Clifford algebra, there exists a weak solution of Dirac operator such that $$\bar{D}u=f$$ with $u$ in the $L^2$ space as well. The method is based on H\"ormander's $L^2$ existence theorem in complex analysis and the $L^2$ weighted space is utilised.
A variant of H?rmander's $L^2$ theorem for Dirac operator in Clifford analysis
Yang Liu,Zhihua Chen,Yifei Pan
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: In this paper, we give the H\"ormander's $L^2$ theorem for Dirac operator over an open subset $\Omega\in\R^{n+1}$ with Clifford algebra. Some sufficient condition on the existence of the weak solutions for Dirac operator has been found in the sense of Clifford analysis. In particular, if $\Omega$ is bounded, then we prove that for any $f$ in $L^2$ space with value in Clifford algebra, there exists a weak solution of Dirac operator such that $$\bar{D}u=f$$ with $u$ in the $L^2$ space as well. The method is based on H\"ormander's $L^2$ existence theorem in complex analysis and the $L^2$ weighted space is utilised.
High-order Green Operators on the Disk and the Polydisc
Yang Liu,Zhihua Chen,Yifei Pan
Mathematics , 2012,
Abstract: In this paper, we give the explicit expressions of high-order Green operators on the disk and the polydisc, and hence the kernel functions of high-order Green operators are also presented. As applications, we present the explicit integral expressions of all the solutions for linear high-order partial differential equations in the disk.
A boundary Schwarz lemma for holomorphic mappings from the polydisc to the unit ball
Yang Liu,Zhihua Chen,Yifei Pan
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper, we prove a general Schwarz lemma at the boundary for holomorphic mappings from the polydisc to the unit ball in any dimensions. For the special case of one complex variable, the obtained results give the classic boundary Schwarz lemma.
A boundary Schwarz Lemma for holomorphic mappings between unit balls of different dimensions
Yang Liu,Zhihua Chen,Yifei Pan
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In this paper, we give a general boundary Schwarz lemma for holomorphic mappings between unit balls in any dimensions. It is proved that if the mapping $f\in C^{1+\alpha}$ at $z_0\in \partial \mathbb B^n$ with $f(z_0)=w_0\in \partial \mathbb B^N$ for any $n,N\geq 1$, then the Jacobian matrix $J_f(z_0)$ maps the tangent space $T_{z_0}(\partial \mathbb B^n)$ to $T_{w_0}(\partial \mathbb B^N)$, and the holomorphic tangent space $T^{(1,0)}_{z_0}(\partial \mathbb B^n)$ to $T^{(1,0)}_{w_0}(\partial \mathbb B^N)$ as well.
In Vitro Study of the Nephrotoxicity of Tripterygium Tablet Extract and Triptolide in Monolayer HK-2 Cells Cultured in a Transwell Chamber  [PDF]
Ran Hao, Lianqiang Hui, Chun Li, Chunyu Cao, Yifei Yang, Jiyuan Zhang, Ting Liu, Yi Zhang
Chinese Medicine (CM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/cm.2018.91003
Abstract: We established a monolayer polarized cell model using human kidney 2 (HK-2) cells cultured in a transwell chamber to examine the changes in the morphology and physiological functions of human-derived renal proximal tubular epithelial cells caused by tripterygium tablet extract (TTE) and triptolide. HK-2 cells were cultured on PCF membranes to form a complete monolayer of cells. A MTT assay was used to select 10, 40, 160, 640 μg·ml-1 TTE or 4, 16, 64, 256 ng·ml-1 triptolide to treat HK-2 monolayer cells. After 24 hours, a FITC permeability assay was performed; GGT, LDH and NAG secretion on the apical (AP) and basolateral (BL) sides of the cells by HK-2 cells were examined. The morphology and the monolayer structure of HK-2 cells was observed via optical microscope and scanning electron microscope, respectively. The effect on the cytoskeleton of HK-2 cells was observed under a fluorescence microscope. The IC50 of TTE was 277.122 μg·ml-1, and the IC50 of triptolide was 148.035 ng·ml-1. Compared with the DMSO group, the FITC leakage rate with TTE 160, 640 μg·ml-1 treated group and 4 - 256 ng·ml-1 triptolide dose group exhibited statistically significant increase. TTE significantly increased secretion of GGT and LDH at 160, 640 μg·ml-1, meanwhile, dramatically increased the AP/BL ratio of LDH at 160 μg·ml-1; triptolide significantly increased secretion and AP/BL ratio of GGT and LDH at 256 ng·ml-1. The morphological observations via optical and electron
Abrasion Behavior of High Manganese Steel under Low Impact Energy and Corrosive Conditions
Du Xiaodong,Sun Guodong,Wang Yifei,Wang Jianfeng,Yang Haoyu
Advances in Tribology , 2009, DOI: 10.1155/2009/685648
Abstract: The abrasion behavior of high manganese steel is investigated under three levels of impact energy in acid-ironstone slurry. The wear test was carried out by an MLDF-10 tester with impact energy of 0.7 J, 1.2 J, and 1.7 J. The impact abrasion property of high manganese steel in corrosive condition was compared according to the wear mass loss curves. The wear mechanism was analysed by the SEM analysis of the worn surface and the optical metallographic analysis of the vertical section to the wear surface. The results show that the impact energy has a great effect on the impact corrosion and abrasion properties of it. Its abrasion mechanism in corrosive condition is mainly microplough and breakage of plastic deformed ridges and wedges under the impact energy of 0.7 J. It is mainly the spelling of plastic deformed ridges and wedges under 1.2 J and the spalling of the work-hardening layer under 1.7 J after a long time testing.
Synergistic defensive mechanism of phytochelatins and antioxidative enzymes in Brassica chinensis L. against Cd stress
LiQin Chen,YiFei Guo,LiMin Yang,QiuQuan Wang
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2008, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-008-0062-6
Abstract: Brassica chinensis L. was chosen and exposed to different concentrations of Cd exposure to evaluate its Cd-accumulating capacity and its potential cellular defensive mechanisms. Cd accumulation in the shoots and roots of B. chinensis was up to 1348.3±461.8 and 3761.0±795.0 mg per killogram of dry weight, respectively, under 200 μmol/L of Cd exposure. Increasing Cd accumulation in the plant was accompanied by rapid accumulation of phytochelatins (PCs), and the sequestration of Cd by PCs provided a primary cellular mechanism for Cd detoxification and tolerance of B. chinensis. Furthermore, malondialdehyde formation, hydrogen peroxide content and antioxidative enzyme activities such as superoxide dismutase, catalase, guaiacol peroxidase and ascorbate peroxidase were observed in the shoots of Cd-stressed B. chinensis. Increasing enzyme activities in response to concentrations of 5 to 50 μmol/L Cd showed an efficient defense against oxidative stress, suggesting that the antioxidative system was a secondary defensive mechanism. These resulted in reduced free Cd damage and enhanced Cd accumulation and tolerance. Glutathione plays a pivotal role in these two detoxification pathways. In general, these results suggested that PCs and the antioxidative system are synergistic in combatting Cd-induced oxidative stress and that they play important roles in Cd detoxification of B. chinensis, and also give a deep understanding of the natural defensive mechanisms in plants under heavy metal stress.
Synergistic defensive mechanism of phytochelatins and antioxidative enzymes in Brassica chinensis L. against Cd stress

CHEN LiQin,GUO YiFei,YANG LiMin,WANG QiuQuan,

科学通报(英文版) , 2008,
Abstract: Brassica chinensis L. was chosen and exposed to different concentrations of Cd exposure to evaluate its Cd-accumulating capacity and its potential cellular defensive mechanisms. Cd accumulation in the shoots and roots of B. chinensis was up to 1348.3±461.8 and 3761.0±795.0 mg per killogram of dry weight, respectively, under 200 μmol/L of Cd exposure. Increasing Cd accumulation in the plant was accompanied by rapid accumulation of phytochelatins (PCs), and the sequestration of Cd by PCs provided a primary cellular mechanism for Cd detoxification and tolerance of B. chinensis. Furthermore, malondialdehyde formation, hydrogen peroxide content and antioxidative enzyme activities such as superoxide dismutase, catalase, guaiacol peroxidase and ascorbate peroxidase were observed in the shoots of Cd-stressed B. chinensis. Increasing enzyme activities in response to concentrations of 5 to 50 μmol/L Cd showed an efficient defense against oxidative stress, suggesting that the antioxidative system was a secondary defensive mechanism. These resulted in reduced free Cd damage and enhanced Cd accumulation and tolerance. Glutathione plays a pivotal role in these two detoxification pathways. In general, these results suggested that PCs and the antioxidative system are synergistic in combatting Cd-induced oxidative stress and that they play important roles in Cd detoxification of B. chinensis, and also give a deep understanding of the natural defensive mechanisms in plants under heavy metal stress. Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant Nos. 20535020, 20475046 and 20775062), the National “863” Hi-Tech Project of China (Grant No. 2006AA06Z404) and the National Basic Research Program of China (Grant No. 2003CD415001)
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