Papers by Keyword: Evolution

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Authors: Yang Yue, Guang Ping Zeng
Abstract: Aiming at the forward topics of self-adapting Internetware, relying on the practical software engineering technology and previous research achievements of tackling key problems of SoftMan, the paper puts forward a novel component model ——SMC(SoftMan Component), which processes reflectivity, opening, adapting and supporting nested assembly and self-adjusting its internal architecture. Furthermore, the basic design specifications of APIs are described in detail. By the special structure of Component Body, SMC forms a hierarchical management domain which is of explicit constraint of father-child between component and its children, and thus it flexibly integrates control mechanisms for sub-components, such as interface introspection, lifecycle, interaction binding, dynamic configuration, etc., into its pluggable controllers so as to be endowed with the ability to change its behavior and architecture when the application must evolve to cope with user requirements and new context. Initial experiments demonstrate that SMC can give effective support for dynamic reconfiguration during running, and it takes on own technical characteristics compared with other component models.
Authors: Sheng Xu, Man Wang
Abstract: In recent years, evaluating the patenting activity has gained a renewed interest in both growth economists and trade economists. An evolution model of the patenting activity is proposed by applying the potential support vector machine (PSVM) and the negative binomial model in this paper. The PSVM is used to features selection and negative binomial is used to evolution. The proposed method is feasible and effective by the results, and it provides a better forecast and estimate tool for the patenting activity. It also provides a novel way for the evolution design of the other engineering.
Authors: Nina Vetríková, Michala Šimúnová
Abstract: In this contribution is presented application of evolution diagrams at the assembly process of at the intelligent manufacturing and assembly cell. At this assembly cell was designed new assembly configuration for next research to our department and institute. Intelligent manufacturing and assembly cell is situated at the Institute of Production Systems and Applied Mechanics. The complex design of assembly sequences at the intelligent manufacturing and assembly cell is realized on the basis of evolution diagrams and outgoing from knowledge about intelligent manufacturing and assembly systems. For intelligence increase of assembly process was this cell completed by additional sensors. This assembly process is possible to name intelligent assembly process.
Authors: Jing Ha, Hao Ou
Abstract: The construction of Marshal Zhang’ Mansion experienced three periods. A three-Courtyard was building from 1914 to 1918. Big-blue building was built in the early 1920s and Small-blue building was built before the early 1920s. Six red brick buildings were built after 1929. The three groups of buildings in the three periods condense that modern architectures how to evolve in Shenyang from 1912 to 1931,including of technology,material and style. Therefore, as long as we understand the developmental characteristics of buildings’ in Marshal Zhang’ Mansion, we can grasp the evolutionary law of modern architectures in Shenyang in this period. So Marshal Zhang’ Mansion has great significance to the architectural history in Shenyang.
Authors: Hao Xu, Gang Qian
Abstract: This paper extracted green space distribution information from multi-temporal LANDSAT multi-spectral remote sensing images to analyze the evolution of Nanjing’s green space between 1988 and 2007. The findings suggest that the current distribution of green space is not balanced and that the total area of green space has decreased over time. The trend towards fragmentation is obvious in the disproportionately large decline in medium-sized green spaces. Mountain forest and other large green spaces, however, have been better protected. Before 1998, the fragmentation was most apparent in the green spaces of the city’s inner circle. After 1998, the green space in the city’s middle circle began to suffer from the effects of severe human interference. After 2003, the outer circle of green space began to fragment and diminish as a result of urbanization, and the original ecological corridor surrounding the city collapsed.
Authors: Xuan Li Lv
Abstract: A three-stage architecture constructed by combining independent component analysis (ICA), gray correlation coefficient analysis (GCCA) and grey model GM(1, N) is proposed for evolution region innovation. In the first stage, ICA is used as feature extraction. In the second stage, GCCA is used as main factors select. In the third stage, GCCA is used to evolution innovation ability. The paper applies the ICA, grey relational analysis and grey non-linear regression analysis to study the factors affecting the ability of independent innovation in Chinese industrial enterprises from the empirical perspective. It is shown that the proposed method achieves is effective and feasible. And it provides a better estimate tool for the innovation activity. It also provides a novel way for the evolution design of the other engineering.
Authors: Yi Guo Ji, Xing Guo Ge, Zhi Huan Lan, Chun Yan Tian, Cui Chen
Abstract: Fire control system has been existed for over 60 years and plays more and more important roles in the war today. The process of development of the avionics system in general and its modification are described. The technique performance and properties of several fire control system seekers are analyzed, and development trend are discussed.
Authors: Xing Guo Ge, Zhong Xiang Tao, Chun Yan Tian
Abstract: Avionics system has been existed for over 80 years and plays more and more important roles in the war today. The process of development of the avionics system in general and its modification are described. The technique performance and properties of several avionics system seekers are analyzed, and development trend of avionics system are discussed.
Authors: Chao Liu, Lian Fen Liu, Fu Guo Li, Nai Hua Jiang, Wen Juan Guo, Ji Kui Li
Abstract: Systems biology is a term used to describe a number of trends in bioscience research, and a movement which draws on those trends. Systems biology aims to understand the biology from the system level. The fundamental challenge of systems biology is to establish a complete, detailed description of the link between biological molecules and to study molecular interactions and the close association between the physiological responses. Systems biology methods in the system under the guidance will enable us to break the shackles of the old research model to study life from the grasp of the whole phenomenon. We must effectively grasp and follow the systems biology approach to guide our biological research practice.
Authors: Lu Xi Wang, Ping Yao
Abstract: The Qijiang historical town is a typical town of the settlement in central Sichuan, It's also the capital site of the ancient Qi country during the Spring and Autumn period. After thousands of years of evolution, it's still maintained a complete ancient space environment pattern now. The spatial form of historical town is simple and obvious, but the street space organization is in an orderly manner, yard surrounded close is flexible and ingenious, carrying an extremely rich intangible traditional culture and the historical heritage. Through to the summarizing and analyzing of the pace evolution characteristics of Qijiang historical towns, we can explore the historical landscape characteristics of the town and help to further study of the dependency relationship between material culture and intangible cultural in space environment. Especially to studying the formation and development of space of historical town and Qi Kingdom country. It's also can provide reference in protection and restoration of the historic, ecological and sustainable spatial forms of historical town .
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