Guanghua Yu

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This paper presents an efficient tilt compensation algorithm for the low cost two-axis magnetic compass. The general magnetic compass module consists of a three-axis magnetic compass and a two-axis inclinometer to calculate tilt-compensated azimuth information. In the interest of reducing the cost, a two-axis magnetic compass with a two-axis accelerometer(More)
Thermal adaptation of gross primary production and ecosystem respiration has been well documented over broad thermal gradients. However, no study has examined their interaction as a function of temperature, i.e. the thermal responses of net ecosystem exchange of carbon (NEE). In this study, we constructed temperature response curves of NEE against(More)
A hybrid optimization algorithm is proposed for Job-Shop scheduling problem, which is based on the combination of adaptive genetic algorithm and improved ant algorithm. The algorithm gets the initial pheromone distribution using adaptive genetic algorithm at first, then runs improved ant algorithm. The algorithm utilizes the advantages of the two algorithms(More)
Plant meiotic prophase I is a complex process involving the late zygotene and pachytene stages, crucial for both completing synapsis and recombination. Using David lily (Lilium davidii var. Willmottiae) as research material, we performed suppressive subtractive hybridization to construct expessed sequence tag (EST) library of anthers at various stages of(More)
Stacking nonvolatile memory cells into a three-dimensional matrix represents a powerful solution for the future of magnetic memory. However, it is technologically challenging to access the data in the storage medium if large numbers of bits are stacked on top of each other. Here we introduce a new type of multilevel, nonvolatile magnetic memory concept, the(More)
Magnetoresistance (MR) effects are at the heart of modern information technology. However, future progress of giant and tunnelling MR based storage and logic devices is limited by the usable MR ratios of currently about 200% at room-temperature. Colossal MR structures, on the other hand, achieve their high MR ratios of up to 10(6)% only at low temperatures(More)
Tuning the lattice strain (εL) is a novel approach to manipulate the magnetic, electronic, and transport properties of spintronic materials. Achievable εL in thin film samples induced by traditional ferroelectric or flexible substrates is usually volatile and well below 1%. Such limits in the tuning capability cannot meet the requirements for nonvolatile(More)
Biogeosciences Discussions This discussion paper is/has been under review for the journal Biogeosciences (BG). Abstract In order to use the global available eddy-covariance (EC) flux dataset and remote sensing measurements to provide estimates of gross primary production (GPP) at landscape (10 1 –10 2 km 2), regional (10 3 –10 6 km 2) and global land(More)