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First Report of Coleus blumei viroid 2 from Commercial Coleus in China.
Coleus (Coleus blumei) is an ornamental plant that is susceptible to infection by several viroids of the genus Coleviroid, which is a member of the family Pospiviroidae. Coleus blumei viroid (CbVd)Expand
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Throttle actuator swapping modularity design for idle speed control
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Swapping modularity refers to the use of common units to create product variants. Expand
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Direct Optimal Design for Component Swapping Modularity in Control Systems
This paper presents a new method for the design of distributed controllers that achieves component swapping modularity (CSM) in control systems. Our approach, referred to as the direct method, isExpand
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Scheduling and Re-scheduling of AGVs for Flexible and Agile Manufacturing
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This chapter deals with a. modeling and scheduling flexible and agile manufacturing system (FAMS) using AGVs, and b. re-scheduling the system in the case of trouble, by using Timed Petri Net (TPN). Expand
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First Report of Hop stunt viroid in Apricot in China.
Hop stunt viroid (HSVd), a member of the family Pospiviroidae, was first described as the causal agent of hop stunt disease in Japan. It has since been found in a wide range of hosts includingExpand
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First Report of Coleus blumei viroid 5 from Coleus blumei in India and Indonesia.
Coleus blumei, which was found originally in Indonesia, is an ornamental plant grown worldwide. It can be infected by several viroids of the genus Coleviroid, family Pospiviroidae. Six main viroidsExpand
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Inverse adaptive air-fuel ratio control in spark ignition engines
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The problem of air-fuel ratio (AFR) stabilization at the stoichiometric level is addressed in the paper. Expand
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Comparison of oxygen-rich and mediator-based glucose-oxidase carbon-paste electrodes
Abstract The oxygen-independence and analytical performance of amperometric glucose carbon-paste biosensors based on oxygen-rich biocomposites and artificial mediators are critically compared. TheExpand
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Oxygen-independent poly(dimethylsiloxane)-based carbon-paste glucose biosensors.
Several silicone oils have been assessed and compared as an internal source of oxygen in connection to their use as binders for carbon-paste glucose biosensors. All four poly(dimethylsiloxane) (PDMS)Expand
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Application of interval observers to estimation and control of air-fuel ratio in a direct injection engine
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The problem of air-to-fuel ratio regulation for a direct injection engine is addressed. Expand
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