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A Distributed Differential Space-Time Coding Scheme With Analog Network Coding in Two-Way Relay Networks
Qiang Huo,Lingyang Song,Yonghui Li,Bingli Jiao
Mathematics , 2012, DOI: 10.1109/TSP.2012.2202654
Abstract: In this paper, we consider general two-way relay networks (TWRNs) with two source and N relay nodes. A distributed differential space time coding with analog network coding (DDSTC-ANC) scheme is proposed. A simple blind estimation and a differential signal detector are developed to recover the desired signal at each source. The pairwise error probability (PEP) and block error rate (BLER) of the DDSTC-ANC scheme are analyzed. Exact and simplified PEP expressions are derived. To improve the system performance, the optimum power allocation (OPA) between the source and relay nodes is determined based on the simplified PEP expression. The analytical results are verified through simulations.
Compressed Relaying for Two-Way Relay Networks with Correlated Sources
Qiang Huo,Kun Yang,Lingyang Song,Yonghui Li,Bingli Jiao
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: In this letter, a compressed relaying scheme via Huffman and physical-layer network coding (HPNC) is proposed for two-way relay networks with correlated sources (TWRN-CS). In the HPNC scheme, both sources first transmit the correlated raw source messages to the relay simultaneously. The relay performs physical-layer network coding (PNC) on the received symbols, compresses the PNC-coded symbols using Huffman coding, and broadcasts the compressed symbols to both source nodes. Then, each source decodes the other source's messages by using its own messages as side information. Compression rate and block error rate (BLER) of the proposed scheme are analyzed. Simulation results demonstrate that the HPNC scheme can effectively improve the network throughput, and meanwhile, achieve the superior BLER performance compared with the conventional non-compressed relaying scheme in TWRN-CS.
Performance Analysis of Hybrid Relay Selection in Cooperative Wireless Systems
Tianxi Liu,Lingyang Song,Yonghui Li,Qiang Huo,Bingli Jiao
Mathematics , 2011, DOI: 10.1109/TCOMM.2012.011312.110015
Abstract: The hybrid relay selection (HRS) scheme, which adaptively chooses amplify-and-forward (AF) and decode-and-forward (DF) protocols, is very effective to achieve robust performance in wireless networks. This paper analyzes the frame error rate (FER) of the HRS scheme in general cooperative wireless networks without and with utilizing error control coding at the source node. We first develop an improved signal-to-noise ratio (SNR) threshold-based FER approximation model. Then, we derive an analytical average FER expression as well as an asymptotic expression at high SNR for the HRS scheme and generalize to other relaying schemes. Simulation results are in excellent agreement with the theoretical analysis, which validates the derived FER expressions.
Microbial community structure in major habitats above 6000 m on Mount Everest
YongQin Liu,TanDong Yao,ShiChang Kang,NianZhi Jiao,YongHui Zeng,SiJun Huang,TingWei Luo
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2007, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-007-0360-4
Abstract: Bacterial abundance in surface snow between 6600 and 8000 m a.s.l. on the northern slope of Mt. Everest was investigated by flow cytometry. Bacterial diversity in serac ice at 6000 m a.s.l., glacier meltwater at 6350 m, and surface snow at 6600 m a.s.l. was examined by constructing a 16S rRNA gene clone library. Bacterial abundance in snow was higher than that in the Antarctic but similar to other mountain regions in the world. Bacterial abundance in surface snow increased with altitude but showed no correlation with chemical parameters. Bacteria in the cryosphere on Mt. Everest were closely related to those isolated from soil, aquatic environments, plants, animals, humans and other frozen environments. Bacterial community structures in major habitats above 6000 m were variable. The Cytophaga-Flavobacterium-Bacteroides (CFB) group absolutely dominated in glacial meltwater, while β-Proteobacteria and the CFB group dominated in serac ice, and β-Proteobacteria and Actinobacteria dominated in surface snow. The remarkable differences among the habitats were most likely due to the bacterial post-deposition changes during acclimation processes.
Differential Modulation for Bi-directional Relaying with Analog Network Coding
Lingyang Song,Yonghui Li,Anpeng Huang,Bingli Jiao,Athanasios V. Vasilakos
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper, we propose an analog network coding scheme with differential modulation (ANC-DM) using amplify-and-forward protocol for bidirectional relay networks when neither the source nodes nor the relay knows the channel state information (CSI). The performance of the proposed ANC-DM scheme is analyzed and a simple asymptotic bit error rate (BER) expression is derived. The analytical results are verified through simulations. It is shown that the BER performance of the proposed differential scheme is about 3 dB away from that of the coherent detection scheme. To improve the system performance, the optimum power allocation between the sources and the relay is determined based on the simplified BER. Simulation results indicate that the proposed differential scheme with optimum power allocation yields 1-2 dB performance improvement over an equal power allocation scheme.
Study on the Effects of Economic Growth to Farmland Conversion in China  [PDF]
Li Zhang, Yonghui Wang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.27005

With the rapid development of Chinese economy and acceleration of urbanization, farmland conversion trend is inevitable. In order to analyze the effects of economic growth to farmland conversion in China, the author chooses the data of building occupied land area, per capita gross domestic product, industrial structure, input-output ratio, consumption growth rate and urban and rural income ratio and establishes a set of regression model with the aid of SPSS software. From the result of the model analysis, we can conclude that the impact of economic growth on farmland conversion appears the inverted U curve. The rise of third industry and urban residents’ income will stimulate the demand for farmland.

A Real-Time Transient Analysis of a Functionally Graded Material Plate Using Reduced-Basis Methods  [PDF]
Yonghui Huang, Yi Huang
Advances in Linear Algebra & Matrix Theory (ALAMT) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/alamt.2015.53010
Abstract: Based on the hybrid numerical method (HNM) combining with a reduced-basis method (RBM), the real-time transient response of a functionally graded material (FGM) plates is obtained. The large eigenvalue problem in wavenumber domain has been solved through real-time off-line/on-line calculation. At off-line stage, a reduced-basis space is constructed in sample wavenumbers according to the solved eigenvalue problems. The matrices independent of parameters are projected onto the reduced-basis spaces. At on-line stage, the reduced eigenvalue problems of the arbitrary wavenumbers are built. Subsequently, the responses in wavenumber domain are obtained by the approximated eigen-pairs. Because of the application of RBM, the computational cost of transient displacement analysis of FGM plate is decreased significantly, while the accuracy of the solution and the physics of the structure are still retained. The efficiency and validity of the proposed method are demonstrated through a numerical example.
Adaptive Reduced Basis Methods Applied to Structural Dynamic Analysis  [PDF]
Yonghui Huang, Yi Huang
American Journal of Computational Mathematics (AJCM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ajcm.2015.53029
Abstract: The reduced basis methods (RBM) have been demonstrated as a promising numerical technique for statics problems and are extended to structural dynamic problems in this paper. Direct step-by-step integration and mode superposition are the most widely used methods in the field of the finite element analysis of structural dynamic response and solid mechanics. Herein these two methods are both transformed into reduced forms according to the proposed reduced basis methods. To generate a reduced surrogate model with small size, a greedy algorithm is suggested to construct sample set and reduced basis space adaptively in a prescribed training parameter space. For mode superposition method, the reduced basis space comprises the truncated eigenvectors from generalized eigenvalue problem associated with selected sample parameters. The reduced generalized eigenvalue problem is obtained by the projection of original generalized eigenvalue problem onto the reduced basis space. In the situation of direct integration, the solutions of the original increment formulation corresponding to the sample set are extracted to construct the reduced basis space. The reduced increment formulation is formed by the same method as mode superposition method. Numerical example is given in Section 5 to validate the efficiency of the presented reduced basis methods for structural dynamic problems.
Seasonal variation of snow microbial community structure in the East Rongbuk glacier, Mt. Everest
Yongqin Liu,Tandong Yao,Shichang Kang,Nianzhi Jiao,Yonghui Zeng,Yang Shi,Tingwei Luo,Zhefang Jing,Shijun Huang
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2006, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-006-1476-7
Abstract: The bacterial diversity and abundance in the snow of East Rongbuk glacier, Mt. Everest were examined through 16S rRNA gene clone library and flow cytometry approaches. In total, 35 16S rRNA gene sequences were obtained, which belong to α, β, γ-Proteobacteria, Actinobacteria, Firmicutes, CFB, Cyanobacteria, Eukaryotic chloroplast, and TM7 candidate phylum respectively. γ-Proteobacteria was the dominant bacterial group in this region, while the genera Acinetobacter and Leclercia were dominant on the genus level. The community structure varied seasonally. The bacterial abundance in summer snow was higher than that in winter. Moreover, the snow bacterial community structures in both seasons were diverse, with not only common species but season-specific species. The common species most likely originated from the Tibet Plateau. Bacteria in summer snow are affiliated with marine environment, whereas bacteria in winter snow are closely related to more diverse environments and show the feature of resistance to cold. Seasonal variations of abundance and bacterial diversity were most probably due to the seasonal characteristics of climate and atmospheric circulation in Mt. Everest.
Congenic Mice Provide Evidence for a Genetic Locus That Modulates Spontaneous Arthritis Caused by Deficiency of IL-1RA
Yanhong Cao, Xiaoyun Liu, Nan Deng, Yan Jiao, Yonghui Ma, Karen A. Hasty, John M. Stuart, Weikuan Gu
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0068158
Abstract: To understand the role of genetic factors involved in the development of spontaneous arthritis in mice deficient in IL-1 receptor antagonist protein (IL_1RA), we have identified a genomic region containing a major quantitative trait locus (QTL) for this disease. The QTL is on chromosome 1 and appears to be the strongest genetic region regulating arthritis. To confirm the importance of the QTL and to identify potential candidate genes within it, we conducted speed congenic breeding to transfer the QTL region from DBA/1 mice that are resistant to spontaneous arthritis into BALB/c?/? which are susceptible. Genetic markers along every chromosome were used to assist in the selection of progeny in each generation to backcross to BALB/c?/?. By the 6th generation we determined that all of the chromosomes in the progeny were of BALB/c origin with the exception of portions of chromosome 1. At this stage we intercrossed selected mice to produce homozygous strains containing the genomic background of BALB/c?/? except for the QTL region on chromosome 1, which was from DBA/1. We were able to establish two congenic strains with overlapping DBA/1 DNA segments. These strains were observed for the development of spontaneous arthritis. Both congenic strains were relatively resistant to spontaneous arthritis and had delayed onset and reduced severity of disease. The gene/s that regulates this major QTL would appear to be located in the region of the QTL that is shared by both strains. The common transferred region is between D1Mit110 and D1Mit209 on chromosome 1. We evaluated this region for candidate genes and have identified a limited number of candidates. Confirmation of the identity and precise role of the candidates will require additional study.
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