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Regular Circle Actions on 2-connected 7-manifolds
Yi Jiang
Mathematics , 2013,
Abstract: We determine the homeomorphism (resp. diffeomorphism) types of those 2-connected 7-manifolds (resp. smooth 2-connected 7-manifolds) that admit regular circle actions (resp. smooth regular circle actions).
Topology of certain symplectic conifold transitions of $CP^{1}$-bundles
Yi Jiang
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: In this paper, we prove the existence of certain symplectic conifold transitions on all $CP^{1}$-bundles over symplectic 4--manifolds, which generalizes Smith, Thomas and Yau's examples of symplectic conifold transitions on trivial $CP^{1}$-bundles over K\"ahler surfaces. Our main result is to determine the diffeomorphism types of such symplectic conifold transitions of $CP^{1}$-bundles. In particular, this implies that in the case of trivial $CP^{1}$-bundles over projective surfaces, Smith, Thomas and Yau's examples of symplectic conifold transitions are diffeomorphic to K\"ahler 3--folds.
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.
White Light Interferometry for the Measurement of Extrinsic Fabry-Perot Interferometer
测量光纤外腔Fabry-perot干涉仪的白光干涉术

Jiang Yi,
江毅

光子学报 , 2006,
Abstract: The white light interferometry for the measurement of low-finesse extrinsic Fabry-Perot interferometer(EFPI) is reported. A broadband light is injected into EFPI,and the reflected light is scanned by another high-finesse tunable Fabry-Perot filter,the periodic spectra of EFPI can be obtained.To measure the cavity length,the spectra are fast Fourier transformed,the absolute length of cavity can be calculated by using the periodic spectra. The measuring accuracy is limited by the length of cavity. The longer cavity has higher measuring accuracy. When the length of cavity are 200 μm,400 μm,and 600 μm respectively,the measured results are agree with the actual length of the cavity.
A Dialogue with Social Media Experts: Measurement and Challenges of Social Media Use in Chinese Public Relations Practice
Yi Luo,Hua Jiang
Global Media Journal : Canadian Edition , 2012,
Abstract: With the advent and increasing popularity of new communication technologies, social media tools have been widely used in corporate organization-public communication. The extant literature on social media use in public relations practice has largely centered on the ways social media tools have transformed the practice of public relations in the United States. Limited studies have examined the role of social media in China. The present study represents one of the first to investigate the measurement and challenges of social media use in Chinese public relations practice. Based on 18 in-depth interviews with public relations executives, this paper concludes that traditional quantitative methods of social media production and message exposure have been utilized to measure social media campaigns, accompanied by the growing use of methods focused on intangible impact of public relations (e.g., online publics’ awareness, advocacy, and participation). Challenges unique to China’s social media landscape are also identified. Theoretical and practical implications are discussed.
A Fuzzy Chance-Constrained DEA Model Based on Cr Measure
Ningchuan Jiang,Yi Yang
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009,
Abstract: This article puts forward fuzzy chance-constrained Cr programming based on fuzzy chance-constrained P programming and N programming which combining with Cr measure. Then it provided a method to convert the fuzzy programming to confirm programming.
Integration of 3D Structure from Disparity into Biological Motion Perception Independent of Depth Awareness
Ying Wang, Yi Jiang
PLOS ONE , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0089238
Abstract: Images projected onto the retinas of our two eyes come from slightly different directions in the real world, constituting binocular disparity that serves as an important source for depth perception - the ability to see the world in three dimensions. It remains unclear whether the integration of disparity cues into visual perception depends on the conscious representation of stereoscopic depth. Here we report evidence that, even without inducing discernible perceptual representations, the disparity-defined depth information could still modulate the visual processing of 3D objects in depth-irrelevant aspects. Specifically, observers who could not discriminate disparity-defined in-depth facing orientations of biological motions (i.e., approaching vs. receding) due to an excessive perceptual bias nevertheless exhibited a robust perceptual asymmetry in response to the indistinguishable facing orientations, similar to those who could consciously discriminate such 3D information. These results clearly demonstrate that the visual processing of biological motion engages the disparity cues independent of observers’ depth awareness. The extraction and utilization of binocular depth signals thus can be dissociable from the conscious representation of 3D structure in high-level visual perception.
Fast Adaptive Flat-histogram Ensemble for Calculating Density of States and Enhanced Sampling in Large Systems
Xin Zhou,Yi Jiang
Physics , 2008,
Abstract: We presented an efficient algorithm, fast adaptive flat-histogram ensemble (FAFE), to estimate the density of states (DOS) and to enhance sampling in large systems. FAFE calculates the means of an arbitrary extensive variable $U$ in generalized ensembles to form points on the curve $\beta_{s}(U) \equiv \frac{\partial S(U)}{\partial U}$, the derivative of the logarithmic DOS. Unlike the popular Wang-Landau-like (WLL) methods, FAFE satisfies the detailed-balance condition through out the simulation and automatically generates non-uniform $(\beta_{i}, U_{i})$ data points to follow the real change rate of $\beta_{s}(U)$ in different $U$ regions and in different systems. Combined with a $U-$compression transformation, FAFE reduces the required simulation steps from $O(N^{3/2})$ in WLL to $O(N^{1/2})$, where $N$ is the system size. We demonstrate the efficiency of FAFE in Lennard-Jones liquids with several $N$ values. More importantly, we show its abilities in finding and identifying different macroscopic states including meta-stable states in phase co-existing regions.
On the Period Lengths of the Parallel Chip-Firing Game
Tian-Yi Jiang
Mathematics , 2010,
Abstract: The parallel chip-firing game is a periodic automaton on graphs in which vertices "fire" chips to their neighbors. In 1989, Bitar conjectured that the period of a parallel chip-firing game with n vertices is at most n. Though this conjecture was disproven in 1994 by Kiwi et. al., it has been proven for particular classes of graphs, specifically trees (Bitar and Goles, 1992) and the complete graph K_n (Levine, 2008). We prove Bitar's conjecture for complete bipartite graphs and characterize completely all possible periods for positions of the parallel chip-firing game on such graphs. Furthermore, we extend our construction of all possible periods for games on the bipartite graph to games on complete c-partite graphs, c>2, and prove some pertinent lemmas about games on general simple connected graphs.
Performance Analysis of Spectrum Handoff for Cognitive Radio Ad Hoc Networks without Common Control Channel under Homogeneous Primary Traffic
Yi Song,Jiang Xie
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: Cognitive radio (CR) technology is regarded as a promising solution to the spectrum scarcity problem. Due to the spectrum varying nature of CR networks, unlicensed users are required to perform spectrum handoffs when licensed users reuse the spectrum. In this paper, we study the performance of the spectrum handoff process in a CR ad hoc network under homogeneous primary traffic. We propose a novel three dimensional discrete-time Markov chain to characterize the process of spectrum handoffs and analyze the performance of unlicensed users. Since in real CR networks, a dedicated common control channel is not practical, in our model, we implement a network coordination scheme where no dedicated common control channel is needed. Moreover, in wireless communications, collisions among simultaneous transmissions cannot be immediately detected and the whole collided packets need to be retransmitted, which greatly affects the network performance. With this observation, we also consider the retransmissions of the collided packets in our proposed discrete-time Markov chain. In addition, besides the random channel selection scheme, we study the impact of different channel selection schemes on the performance of the spectrum handoff process. Furthermore, we also consider the spectrum sensing delay in our proposed Markov model and investigate its effect on the network performance. We validate the numerical results obtained from our proposed Markov model against simulation and investigate other parameters of interest in the spectrum handoff scenario. Our proposed analytical model can be applied to various practical network scenarios. It also provides new insights on the process of spectrum handoffs. Currently, no existing analysis has considered the comprehensive aspects of spectrum handoff as what we consider in this paper.
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