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A key challenge in fine-grained recognition is how to find and represent discrimina-tive local regions. Recent attention models are capable of learning discriminative region localizers only from category labels with reinforcement learning. However , not utilizing any explicit part information, they are not able to accurately find multiple distinctive(More)
Transitions in dynamical regimes by driving: a unified method of control and synchronization of chaos, " Int. Synchronization of Lorenz-based chaotic circuits with applications to communications, " IEEE Trans. A simple way to synchronize chaotic systems with applications to secure communication systems, " Int. J. A unified framework for synchronization and(More)
resulting from the complete removal of hyperchaotic oscillator state information from the control signal. Note that even though the observer is deprived of this information, it is still able to more or less follow the oscillator state. Fig. 8 indicates that the circuit is particularly sensitive to information provided by the v C (t) state. Thus to(More)
  • E J Ding
  • 2014
A method is developed to calculate the drag and torque coefficients of an isolated particle in a Stokes flow. The method is based on solving the time-independent lattice-Boltzmann equation. The advantage of this method is that the algorithm is easy to code, the method can be applied to any shape of the particle without complicated implementation, and the(More)
  • E J Ding
  • 2015
Lattice Boltzmann Stokesian dynamics (LBSD) is presented for simulation of particle suspension in Stokes flows. This method is developed from Stokesian dynamics (SD) with resistance and mobility matrices calculated using the time-independent lattice Boltzmann algorithm (TILBA). TILBA is distinguished from the traditional lattice Boltzmann method (LBM) in(More)
  • E J Ding
  • 2009
A fast algorithm for computing the motion of solid particles suspended in fluid is presented. The motion of solid particles suspended in Stokes flow can be calculated without fully calculating the fluid motion. When the steady-state simulation is sufficient, this algorithm can greatly accelerate the simulation of solid particle suspension in Stokes flow.
  • E J Ding
  • 2015
The time-independent lattice Boltzmann algorithm (TILBA) is developed to calculate the hydrodynamic interactions between two particles in a Stokes flow. The TILBA is distinguished from the traditional lattice Boltzmann method in that a background matrix (BGM) is generated prior to the calculation. The BGM, once prepared, can be reused for calculations for(More)
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