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Data Deduplication in Wireless Multimedia Monitoring Network
Yitao Yang,Xiaolin Qin,Guozi Sun,Yong Xu,Zhongxue Yang,Zhiyue Zu
International Journal of Distributed Sensor Networks , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/153034
Abstract: Wireless sensor network has been applied to many areas for a long time. A new kind of wireless sensors equipped with a camera and a microphone has been emerging recently. This kind of sensor is called wireless multimedia sensor (WMS) because it can capture and process multimedia data such as image, sound, and video. The visual monitoring network is a typical scenario of WMS application. Massive data would be produced in a short time because of the intensive WMS deployment. Many data aggregation and compression technologies have been proposed for addressing how to transfer data efficiently. However, data aggregation technologies need highly efficient router algorithm, and compression algorithms might consume more computation time and memory because of the high complexity. This paper applies data deduplication technology to this scenario. It can eliminate the redundant data from raw data to exploit the network bandwidth efficiently. Moreover, a chunking algorithm with low computation complexity is presented in this paper, and its efficiency has been proved through the experiments. 1. Introduction Wireless sensor network (WSN) consists of a large number of spatially distributed autonomous sensors which are connected by wireless communication. It is mainly used for dynamic acquisition of physical information within the network coverage which will be delivered to users later. Currently, WSN is widely applied to the capture, processing, and transmission of the data such as temperature, light intensity, humidity, and gas concentration [1, 2]. In the recent years, as the production level of sensors improves, additional camera, microphone, and other functional devices are installed on traditional wireless sensors and enable them to capture, process, and transfer multimedia information such as image, sound, and video, so that users can obtain improved physical information which is more vivid and more accurate. This new kind of sensor can be called wireless multimedia sensor (WMS). Wireless multimedia sensor network (WMSN) consists of WMS nodes, gateway nodes with storage, sink nodes, and so on. Then, a typical WMSN architecture is proposed in [3], as shown in Figure 1. WMSN is widely used in many areas including visual monitoring, individual positioning, industrial control, intelligent transportation, environmental monitoring, smart home, and telemedicine [3–5]. Figure 1: A typical system architecture of WMSN. Multimedia sensor nodes have limited resources such as energy capacity of battery, storage space, and computing power, while the information they acquire
Political Mobility of County Leaders in China: The Case of Jiangsu
Bo Zhiyue
Provincial China , 2009,
Abstract: Though Studies of China’s political elites have made substantial gains since the 1990s, most of the existing literature on local Chinese leadership has concentrated on provincial leaders, and few have attempted to analyze local leaders at lower levels. There are even fewer studies on China’s county leaders, a group of cadres that manage about 3,000 county-level units in China. This paper attempts to serve as a prolegomenon to the study of China’s county leaders as a group. It begins with a survey of cadres in a top-down approach and see how far up a county leader can go in the Chinese political system. It then focuses on a case study of county leaders in one coastal province, Jiangsu, in both a top-down approach and a bottom-up approach. It draws some tentative conclusions from this case study and highlights some issues for further investigation.
Micro- and Nano-Carrier Mediated Intra-Articular Drug Delivery Systems for the Treatment of Osteoarthritis
Zhiyue Zhang,Guihua Huang
Journal of Nanotechnology , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/748909
Abstract: The objective of this paper is to provide readers with current developments of intra-articular drug delivery systems. In recent years, although the search for a clinically successful ideal carrier is ongoing, sustained-release systems, such as polymeric micro- and nanoparticles, liposomes, and hydrogels, are being extensively studied for intra-articular drug delivery purposes. The advantages associated with long-acting preparations include a longer effect of the drug in the action site and a reduced risk of infection due to numerous injections consequently. This paper discusses the recent developments in the field of intra-articular sustained-release delivery systems for the treatment of osteoarthritis.
Effects of phytase supplementation on growth performance, slaughter performance, growth of internal organs and small intestine, and serum biochemical parameters of broilers  [PDF]
Wei Wang, Zhiyue Wang, Haiming Yang, Yujuan Cao, Xiaochun Zhu
Open Journal of Animal Sciences (OJAS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojas.2013.33035
Abstract: The objective of this study was to investigate the effects of phytase supplementation on growth performance, slaughter performance, growth of internal organs and small intestine, and serum biochemical indices of broilers. A total of 360 1-day-old Ross 308 broilers were randomly divided into 4 groups with 3 replicates and 30 broilers per replicate (15 male, 15 female). The treatments were fed with basal diet supplemented with 0%, 0.01%, 0.02% and 0.03% phytase. The results showed that: 1) Phytase supplementation increased the body weight gain and the body weight of Ross 308 broilers (P < 0.05); 2) Compared with the control group, the feed containing 0.02% phytase increased the eviscerated carcass ration (P < 0.05); 3) The feed supplemented phytase could improve the weight of liver (P < 0.05); 4) The phytase supplementation was good for the weight and the length of small intestine; 5) The phytase supplementation which improved the serum phosphorus (P) consistency and lowered serum calcium (Ca) consistency was 0.02%. According to the above analysis, the feasible supplementation of phytase (enzyme activity for 5000 u/g) in broiler dietary was 0.02%.

Comparison of breakfast consumption in rural and urban among Inner Mongolia Medical University students  [PDF]
Teer Ba, Zhiyue Liu, Wenfang Guo, Yuki Eshita, Juan Sun
Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (OJPM) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojpm.2013.34046
Abstract: Objective: The aim of current study was to investigate breakfast consumption between rural and urban among Inner Mongolia Medical University students, China. Method: From December 2010 to January 2011, a cross-sectional survey was conducted among medical students in the Inner Mongolia Medical University using a self-administered questionnaire. X2 was used to identify the differences between rural and urban. Result: The prevalence of breakfast consumption was 70.95%. The prevalence of breakfast in rural was higher than that in urban (72.09% vs. 69.78%). Breakfast consumption prevalence among male students in rural was higher 7.4% than those of students in urban. Students in Mongolian ethnic in rural were more likely to eat breakfast than Mongolian students in urban. The prevalence of breakfast decreases with grade increase both urban and rural. Students with good physical condition were more likely to eat breakfast compared with students with poor physical condition. Conclusion: The prevalence of regular breakfast consumption in rural was higher than that in urban. However, the prevalence of eating breakfast declined faster in rural than that in urban. Our study findings could help health care professionals develop targeted interventions designed to increase breakfast consumption.
Prevalence of and factors associated with various level of body weight among Inner Mongolia medical students in China  [PDF]
Jiang Bian, He Yi, Zhiyue Liu, Gaimei Li, Teer Ba, Qing Zhang, Juan Sun
Open Journal of Preventive Medicine (OJPM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ojpm.2012.22018
Abstract: Background: To date no study on the body weight of medical students in Inner Mongolia has been carried out. The aim of the present study was to determine the prevalence of and factors associated with various body weight levels, and the physical health status associated with body weight levels among medical students attending the Inner Mongolia Medical College of China in 2011. Methods: Data on participant characteristics came from basic information contained in the school database. Students’ body weight was categorized using standard height and weight and physical health status using the college student physical health standard. Factors associated with various level of body weight were identified using multinomial logistic regression analysis. Results: The sample comprised 2060 males and 5096 females. The appropriate body weight prevalence among the students was 51.7%. The prevalence of being overweight or obese was 5.8 and 8.5%, respecttively, higher compared to the typical prevalence among college students in China. Both male and female students in the 24-28-years age group had the lowest appropriate weight percentage and the highest obesity percentage among all the age groups. For female medical students, the prevalence of obesity for students studying in Clinical Medicine was higher than for other faculties. Multinomial logistic regression analysis of male students showed that lowest year of education (year 1) was a protective factor in regard to appropriate weight. For both male and female medical students, the obese group had the highest proportion of poor physical health status compared to other categories of body weight and the proportion with excellent physiccal health status constituted < 1% for males and 0% for females. Conclusions: School administrators should encourage medical students to actively participate in body weight training and education to improve attitudes toward inappropriate body weight, to increase protective factors, and reduce the risk factors for inappropriate body weight.
Cancer mortality in Inner Mongolia of China, 2008-2010  [PDF]
Ying Yang, Fengyun Zuo, Maolin Du, Zhiyue Liu, Zhijun Li, Wenfang Guo, Juan Sun
Open Journal of Epidemiology (OJEpi) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojepi.2014.41003
Abstract: Objective: The aim of our study was to determine the status of the common cancer in Inner Mongolia of China. Methods: We obtained data from the Centers for Disease Control in the Inner Mongolia from five monitoring points of DRS in Inner Mongolia from 2008 to 2010. We calculated the crude mortality, the proportion of all cause of death during the three years, further calculated cancer mortality, the proportion of cancer death and PYLL by genders. Results: During the period 2008-2010, the crude mortality of all cause of death is 518.02 per million in Inner Mongolia. As the second most common cause of death, the mortality dying from cancer is 127.11 per million, accounting for over one fifth of all deaths. Among all deaths from cancer, the lung cancer had the highest mortality rates (46.25 per million in males and 17.95 per million in females) and PYLL (0.72 in males and 0.41 in females), followed by the liver cancer (23.76 per million) and the gastric cancer (16.15 per million). The female breast cancer is the fourth leading cancer from mortality and PYLL for 7.65 per million and 0.17. Conclusion: Our analysis determined the severity of cancer death in Inner Mongolia of China from 2008 to 2010.Our study found that the cancer mortality in Inner Mongolia is lower than Chinese average level and most west countries, higher than some Africa countries. Our results will guide future cancer control strategies in Inner Mongolia of China.
Generalized integral fluctuation relation with feedback control for diffusion processes
Fei Liu,Hongcheng Xie,Zhiyue Lu
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1088/0253-6102/62/4/14
Abstract: We extend a generalized integral fluctuation relation in diffusion processes that we obtained previously to the situation with feedback control. The general relation not only covers existing results but also predicts other unnoticed fluctuation relations. In addition, we find that its explanation of time-reversal automatically emerges in the derivation. This interesting observation leads into an alternative inequality about the entropy-like quantity with an improved lower bound. Two feedback-controlled Brownian models are used to verify the result.
Scalar Particles’ Tunneling and Effect of Quantum Gravity  [PDF]
Guoping Li, Xiaotao Zu
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2015.32020
Abstract:

According to the generalized uncertainty principle (GUP), the Klein-Gordon equation is corrected by the quantum gravity exactly. Hence, the corrected Klein-Gordon equation will be more precise on the expression of the tunneling behavior. Then, the corrected Hawking temperature of the Gibbons-Maeda-Dilaton black hole is obtained near the horizon by quantum gravity. Analyzing the results carefully, it is obvious for us that the tunneling result is not only related to the mass of black hole, but also related to the mass and energy of outgoing fermions. Finally, we also infer that the tunneling radiation would be stopped at some particular temperature.

Modified Tunneling Radiation of Fermions from a Spherically Symmetric Spacetime with Dark Matter  [PDF]
Zhongwen Feng, Xiaotao Zu
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2015.38113
Abstract:

In the paper, we use the generalized Dirac equation to study the Hawking temperature and entropy of a spherically symmetric spacetime with the dark matter. The results show that the dark matter can influence the thermodynamic properties of the black hole. Meanwhile, we find the GUP corrected temperature and entropy are not only determined by the nature of black but also related to the properties of tunneling particles. Besides, the GUP can slow down the increase of Hawking temperature and causes the remnants.

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