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Real-Time Communication Method for mHealth Base on Extended XMPP Protocol  [PDF]
Chenjie Shi, Yu Fang
Communications and Network (CN) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/cn.2013.53B2106
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Considering characteristic of mHealth communication and problems of existing methods, this paper presents a real-time communication method for mHealth based on extended XMPP protocol. The method can maintain the role status efficiently and reduce data latency during the communication process. Meanwhile, it can be extended flexibly to meet increasing communication demands of mHealth services. Furthermore, a system framework is presented to support telemonitoring scene. Finally, system implementation and feasibility tests verify the effectiveness of the method and framework.

On Evaluation of the Theoretical Soundness of Critical Discourse Analysis
Yu Fang
Theory and Practice in Language Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/tpls.1.7.875-878
Abstract: Critical discourse analysis (CDA) is an interdisciplinary approach to the study of texts, which views language as a form of social practice. As a new trend of discourse analysis, CDA has been more recently announced internationally. This paper elaborates on the theoretical framework of CDA and highlights the evaluation of the theoretical soundness of it from two aspects --- usefulness and criticism.
Clinical observation on treatment of herpes zoster with collateral-pricking and healthy energy strengthening therapy
YU Fang
Zhong Xi Yi Jie He Xue Bao , 2005,
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Chemotactic Activity of Site-Specific Multivalent Conjugates of Stromal Cell-Derived Factor 1α on Branched Nanoparticles  [PDF]
Yu-Fang Hsieh, Fang Huang, Shyam Patel, Song Li
Journal of Biomaterials and Nanobiotechnology (JBNB) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/jbnb.2018.91005
Abstract: Stromal cell-derived factor 1α (SDF1α) is a potent chemokine for the recruitment of stem cells. A challenge is to maintain its activity and control its release. In this study, we engineered a recombinant cysteine-SDF1α (cysSDF1α) protein, and performed multivalent conjugation of cysSDF1 through the maleimide functional group to two forms of branched nanoparticles: multi-arm poly (ethylene glycol) (MA-PEG) and hyaluronic acid (HA). We characterized the chemotactic activity of the conjugates, and determined how the molecular weight (MW) of MA-PEG and HA affected the chemotactic activity. CysSDF1α had similar efficiency to wild-type SDF1α in cell recruitment. Multivalent conjugation of cysSDF1α to low MW MA-PEG (~18 nm) did not significantly affect the chemotactic activity, while the conjugation of cysSDF1α to high MW MA-PEG (~72 nm) lowered the efficiency, possibly due to the larger spacing between conjugated SDF1α molecules. HA has a linear backbone and a high density of multivalent binding sites; however, the chemotactic activity of HA-linked cys-SDF1α was much lower, which further decreased with the increase of HA MW from 200 kDa (~0.78 μm) to 700 kDa (~2.7 μm). Digestion of HA into smaller fragments using
Effects of Different Types of Verbal Activities on Heart Rate Variability  [PDF]
Ping Shi, Youfang Fang, Hongliu Yu
Engineering (ENG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2013.510B063
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In the present study, the effects of different types of verbal activities on heart rate variability (HRV) were investigated. ECG signals were recorded in ten volunteers during resting (R), reading silently (RS), reading aloud (RA) and talking freely (TF). Time domain, frequency domain and Poincaré plot measures of HRV were calculated for analyzing. Time domain parameter of pNN50, frequency domain parameter of LF (n.u.) and Poincaré plot parameter of SD1/SD2 were found statistically difference in RA and TF compared to R and RS. The results in this study show that HRV decreased while subjects were reading aloud and talking freely. The results also indicated that verbal activities of reading aloud and talking freely improve the sympathetic nervous activity.

The Research on the Effect of Consumer Internal Psychological Preference to the Retail Industry Inventory  [PDF]
Lina Fang, Yu Hou, Yangchen Chen
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2016.95044
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Supply chain inventory plays an increasingly important role in rising prosperity and flexible retail industry. The retail industry’s own characteristics determine the importance of the inventory. The inventory management has played an important role in reducing the cost of supply chain and the whole supply chain coordination and stability. This paper takes the consumer internal psychological preference as the starting point. Data are obtained through market research on consumer internal psychological preference and consumer sensitivity of the inventory. Based on the internal psychological preferences of consumers, the correlation among product quality, product price, and consumer behavior of the three potential variables is analyzed. This paper constructs the structural equation model of consumer behavior and inventory sensitivity, and puts forward the main issues and improvement measures to the retail industry inventory.
An Empirical Study Based on Supply Chain Supplier Evaluation System  [PDF]
Quan Qu, Lina Fang, Yu Hou
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2016.95045
Abstract: Under the environment of supply chain, enterprises not only put forward higher request to the product itself, but also focus more on the supplier selection criteria. In the early stage of the supply chain construction enterprises, we will find that there are many outstanding suppliers to choose from; facing a large number of suppliers, an effective way of supplier evaluation is very important. In this paper, the principal component analysis method is applied in supplier evaluation index, by extracting the principal components of the multi index comprehensive evaluation, and quantitatively provides guidance and reference for the selection of suppliers for the enterprises in the supply chain.
Study on Daily ET Based on SEBAL Model in a Typical Watershed of the Loess Plateau of China  [PDF]
Xuexia Zhang, Yu Fang, Yuepeng Gao, Xinxiao Yu, Dianjun Zhang
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2019.112011
Abstract: Under the double impact of global climate change and human intervention, surface evapotranspiration (ET), as an important part of hydrological cycle, is affecting watershed land-use planning and economic development. The Loess Plateau is mostly arid and semi-arid areas and its ecological environment is fragile. Drought and soil erosion not only reflects the regional climate change, but also human social activities and ecosystems. In particular, these processes are directly related to the thermal and water gradients exchange in the soil-vegetation-atmosphere system. Luoyugou watershed, a typical Loess Plateau watershed, is selected for this study. Estimating ET through SEBAL (Surface Energy Balance Algorithm for Land) model demonstrates that the SEBAL model in the watershed is more applicable. At the same time, ET seasonal variation is got, combined with the corresponding periods of the land-use changes for analysis. The results show that ET in the Northwest of the basin is higher than the East on the spatial distribution, especially in the high vegetation coverage area. Land use changes significantly in the watershed over the past 20 years, mainly transferring from sloping terraces to the terraces and woodland. ET significantly increased area accounts for 47.6% of the total area in the valley, however, conspicuously reduced area accounts for 13.2%. The daily ET of different land use types had significant differences with the ET of water land and wood land was the largest. It is important that this study on the ET distribution can aid policy and decision makers for land use planning and environmental construction in Luoyugou watershed.
The Comparison of Three Major Occupations for User Acceptance of Information Technology: Applying the UTAUT Model  [PDF]
Yu Shan Cheng, Tsai Fang Yu, Chin Feng Huang, Chien Yu, Chin Cheh Yu
iBusiness (IB) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ib.2011.32021
Abstract: This study investigated whether the differences of gender, age, and occupation for m-learning showed significance on the utilization of the mobile devices and to figure out if the variation may influence the performance expectancy, effort expectancy and the social influence to the behavioral intention or even to the behavior of usage. When the employees’ behavioral intention was low, the director of managers or HR department can suggest the employees’ colleagues, superior manager or friends to communicate with them to enhance their behavioral intention and to use it. And it suggested that male employees and elder employees should be put more emphasis on the communication to enhance their behavioral intention. UTAUT model with different kinds of businesses for m-learning but the conclusion did not investigate the differences of the adoption of the mobile devices in each industry. Basing on this, this study attempted to investigate whether the difference occupations showed significance on the utilization of the mobile devices.
How to Generate Chaos from Switching System: A Saddle Focus of Index 1 and Heteroclinic Loop-Based Approach
Fang Bao,Simin Yu
Mathematical Problems in Engineering , 2011, DOI: 10.1155/2011/756462
Abstract: There exist two different types of equilibrium points in 3-D autonomous systems, named as saddle foci of index 1 and index 2, which are crucial for chaos generation. Although saddle foci of index 2 have been usually applied for creating double-scroll or double-wing chaotic attractors, saddle foci of index 1 are further considered for chaos generation in this paper. A novel approach for constructing chaotic systems is investigated by applying the switching control strategy and yielding a heteroclinic loop which connects two saddle foci of index 1. A basic 3-D linear system with an arbitrary normal direction of the eigenplane, possessing a saddle focus of index 1 whose corresponding eigenvalues satisfy the Shil'nikov inequality, is first introduced. Then a heteroclinic loop connecting two saddle foci of index 1 will be formed by applying the switching control strategy to the basic 3-D linear system. The heteroclinic loop consists of an unstable manifold, a stable manifold, and a heteroclinic point. Under the necessary conditions for forming the heteroclinic loop, the intended two-segmented piecewise linear system which exhibits the chaotic behavior in the sense of the Smale horseshoe can be finally constructed. An illustrative example is given, confirming the effectiveness of the proposed method. 1. Introduction It is well known that saddle foci of index 2 are crucial for chaos generation in 3-D autonomous systems, where each saddle focus of index 2 creates one corresponding scroll or wing. Typical examples include the double-scroll Chua system, the double-wing Lorenz system, and so forth [1–5]. Among the three equilibrium points possessed by the double scroll Chua system, two are the saddle foci of index 2 with eigenvalues satisfying and , and one is the saddle focus of index 1 with eigenvalues satisfying , and . The two saddle foci of index 2 create two corresponding scrolls leading to the emergence of the double-scroll chaotic attractor [1]. Among the three equilibrium points possessed by the double-wing Lorenz system, two are the saddle foci of index 2 with eigenvalues satisfying , and , and one is the saddle point with eigenvalues , , satisfying , , and . The two saddle foci of index 2 create two corresponding wings leading to the emergence of the double-wing chaotic attractor [2]. Similarly in many other double-scroll systems or the double-wing generalized Lorenz system family, two saddle foci of index 2 generate two corresponding wings or two scrolls [6]. Multiscroll or multiwing chaotic attractors can also be further generated by extending the
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