Mechatronics and Computational Mechanics II

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Authors: Sheng Hai Hu, Man Hui Zhang, Song Qi, Ting Ting Xie
Abstract: The lower-order body matrix method is proposed as to topological configuration issue of planar metamorphic mechanism. Through combining lower-order operator and type code of kinematic pair, the lower-order body matrix is built to describe the information of adjacent body and kinematic pair. In the research on configuration transformation of planar metamorphic mechanism, step-description method is put forward which adapts to the analysis of various planar metamorphic ways. Step mathematical equation is established based on the generalized operational rule of lower-order body matrix. Application example shows that the lower-order matrix built with lower-order body matrix method is simpler and more informative, which has many advantages over the adjacency matrix and the correlation matrix that cannot be combined with the kinematics and dynamics equations, and solve the issue that the low-order sequences can only describe the open chain metamorphic mechanism. Step-description method can describe various planar metamorphic configuration transformation process comprehensively, which the EU matrix method cannot complete, providing a new method on the research of planar metamorphic mechanism.
Authors: Zhi Yuan Liu, Jin He, Jin Long Wang, Fei Zhao
Abstract: In order to make full use of the spatial information of images in the classification of natural scene, we use the spatial partition model. But mechanically space division caused the abuse of spatial information. So spatial partition model must be properly improved to make the different categories of images were more diversity, so that the classification performance is improved. In addition, to further improve the performance, we use FAN-SIFT as local image features. Experiments made on 8 scenes image dataset and Caltech101 dataset show that the improved model can obtain better classification performance.
Authors: Yu Shi, Hong Ling Meng, Qian Jia, Dong Yang Shi
Abstract: The standard finite elements of degree p over the rectangular meshes are applied to a non-linear Klein-Gordon equation. By utilizing the properties of interpolation on the element, high accuracy analysis and derivative delivery techniques with respect to time t instead of the traditional Ritz projection operator, which is an indispensable tool in the traditional finite element analysis, the supercloseproperty with order is obtained. Furthermore, the superconvergence result is derived through the postprocessing approach.

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