Jinyun Yuan

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A family of variable metric methods for convex constrained optimization was introduced recently by Birgin, Martínez and Raydan. One of the members of this family is the Inexact Spectral Projected Gradient (ISPG) method for minimization with convex constraints. At each iteration of these methods a strictly convex quadratic function with convex constraints(More)
In this paper we present a trust region method of conic model for linearly constrained optimization problems. We discuss trust region approachs with conic model subproblems. Some equivalent variation properties and optimality conditions are given. A trust region algorithm based on conic model is constructed. Global convergence of the method is proved.
The mammalian liver has a very strong regeneration capacity after partial hepatectomy (PH). To further learn the genes participating in the liver regeneration (LR), 551 cDNAs selected from subtracted cDNA libraries of the regenerating rat liver were screened by microarray, and their expression profiles were studied by cluster and generalization analyses.(More)
A family of nonempty closed convex sets is built by using the data of the Generalized Nash equilibrium problem (GNEP). The sets are selected iteratively such that the intersection of the selected sets contains solutions of the GNEP. The algorithm introduced by Iusem-Sosa (2003) is adapted to obtain solutions of the GNEP. Finally some numerical experiments(More)
While the role of drug resistance mutations in HIV protease has been studied comprehensively, mutations in its substrate, Gag, have not been extensively cataloged. Using deep sequencing, we analyzed a unique collection of longitudinal viral samples from 93 patients who have been treated with therapies containing protease inhibitors (PIs). Due to the high(More)
Coinhibitory receptor blockade is a promising strategy to boost T-cell immunity against a variety of human cancers. However, many patients still do not benefit from this treatment, and responders often experience immune-related toxicities. These issues highlight the need for advanced mechanistic understanding to improve patient outcomes and uncover(More)
Manganese polysulfide cations, MnS(x)(+) (x = 1-10), were studied with mass-selected photodissociation experiments and density functional calculations. We found that MnS(+), MnS(2)(+) and MnS(3)(+) undergo dissociation at 355 nm by loss of S, S(2) and S(3), respectively. The dissociation of larger clusters is relatively complex because of the existence of(More)
We investigated the adsorption of C(2)H radical on small cobalt clusters by mass spectrometry and by measuring the photoelectron spectra of Co(n)C(2)H(-) (n = 1-5) cluster anions. The most stable structures of Co(n)C(2)H(-) (n = 1-5) and their neutrals were determined by comparing the experimental results with theoretical calculations. Our studies show that(More)