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A novel Schiff base containing huge azo conjugated system and reactive groups, 3,5-bis{2-hydroxyphenyl-5-[(2-sulfate-4-sulfatoethylsulfonyl-azobenzol)methylene amino]}benzoic acid (BHSABA) was applied to modify cellulose. Exhaustion and grafting reactive rate, and grafting quantity of BHSABA on cellulose were calculated. The chemical structure of the(More)
The traditional 2D MUSIC algorithm fixes the azimuth or the elevation, and searches for the other without considering the directions of sources. A spectrum peak diffusion effect phenomenon is observed and may be utilized to detect the approximate directions of sources. Accordingly, a fast 2D MUSIC algorithm, which performs azimuth and elevation simultaneous(More)
3,3',4,4'-Benzophenone tetracarboxylic acid (BPTCA) could directly react with hydroxyl groups on cellulose to form ester bonds. The modified cotton fabrics not only provided good wrinkle-free and ultraviolet (UV) protective functions, but also exhibited important photochemical properties such as producing reactive oxygen species (ROS) including hydroxyl(More)
As Software-Defined Networking (SDN) continues to mature and proliferate, many large computing and storage facilities are now connected by high-speed links to support global scientific collaboration. In such dedicated network environments, bandwidth scheduling plays a critical role in improving the utilization of network resources and meeting diverse user(More)
With the maturity and proliferation of Software-Defined Networking (SDN), there has been an increasing number of network deployments that provide dedicated connections through on-demand and in- advance scheduling in support of data-intensive applications for global scientific collaboration. In such dedicated network environments, bandwidth scheduling serves(More)
Aqueous solutions of 3,3',4,4'-benzophenone tetracarboxylic dianhydride (BPTCD) were successfully employed in treatment of cotton fabrics to bring multiple functions onto the cotton cellulose. The overall reaction mechanism of the chemical finishing process was investigated. Results revealed that the dianhydride groups of BPTCD were hydrolyzed to(More)
The efficiency of bandwidth scheduling in high-performance networks is critical to the utilization of network resources and the satisfaction of user requests. In this paper, we formulate a periodic bandwidth scheduling problem to maximize the number of satisfied user requests for bandwidth reservation with deadline constraint on a fixed network path,(More)
Many large-scale applications in science and business domains require the transfer of big data over high-performance networks for remote operations. Such big data transfer is increasingly supported by bandwidth reservation services that discover feasible and efficient routing options in dynamic network environments with time-varying resources. By exploring(More)
The efficiency of bandwidth scheduling in high-performance networks (HPNs) is critical to the utilization of network resources and the satisfaction of user requests. We consider a periodic bandwidth scheduling problem to maximize the number of satisfied fixed-slot bandwidth reservation requests, referred to as multiple fixed-slot bandwidth scheduling(More)