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Traffic flow on freeways is a complex process that often is described by a set of highly nonlinear, dynamic equations in the form of a macro-scopic traffic flow model. However, some of the existing macroscopic models have been found to exhibit instabilities in their behavior and often do not track real traffic data correctly. On the other hand, microscopic(More)
Three populations with a total of 125 BC2F3:4 introgression lines (ILs) selected for high yields from three BC2F2 populations were used for genetic dissection of rice yield and its related traits. The progeny testing in replicated phenotyping across two environments and genotyping with 140 polymorphic simple sequence repeat markers allowed the(More)
As a weapon-target assignment problem (WTA), the fire-allocation of naval fleet air defense was studied and an optimal target assignment model was established. By combining the features of naval fleet anti-air combat, several classical assignment algorithms were discussed. To find global optimal results efficiently, an effective global search method i.e.(More)
The mammalian MRG15 gene encodes a chromodomain protein predicted to bind to chromatin via methylated histone tails. Human MORF4 encodes a related but truncated protein that is capable of promoting cellular senescence in a subset of human tumor cell lines. Drosophila contains a single homolog of human MRG15, called DmMRG15. Null mutation of MRG15 is(More)
Nitrophorin 2 (NP2), one of the four NO-storing and NO-releasing proteins found in the saliva of the blood-sucking bug Rhodnius prolixus, has a more ruffled heme and a high preference for a particular heme orientation (B) compared with nitrophorin 1 and nitrophorin 4, which show not a preference (A to B ratio of approximately 1:1), suggesting that it fits(More)