Man Wang

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[1] An inventory of air pollutant emissions in Asia in the year 2000 is developed to support atmospheric modeling and analysis of observations taken during the TRACE-P experiment funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the ACE-Asia experiment funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the National Oceanic and(More)
Due to resource constraints and unreliable communication, wireless sensor network (WSN) programming and debugging remain to be a challenging task. Runtime errors must be constantly monitored, often by checking for violations of certain invariants. Once an error is detected, diagnosis must be performed to identify the origin of the error. Deterministic(More)
Pulsed near-infrared radiation has been proposed as an alternative stimulus for auditory nerve stimulation and could be potentially used in the design of cochlear implant. Although the infrared with high absorption coefficient of water (i.e., wavelength ranged from 1.8 to 2.2 μm) has been widely investigated, the lymph in the cochlea absorbs most of the(More)
—The tremendous evolution in networking, communication and mobility creates greater security assurance demand than can be provided by simple security measures, such as requiring passwords to gain access to a system. Biometric technologies are being used increasingly as an effective means. The combination of biometrics and cryptography is promising although(More)
To explore the penetration depth with short-wavelength infrared light, 980 nm pulse infrared light was used to stimulate the primary motor cortex of rat. The heating model was created to simulate the temperature distribution for 1875 nm and 980 nm infrared neural stimulation. Post-stimulus time histogram was used to observe the neural response induced by(More)