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The SOL Genomics Network. A Comparative Resource for Solanaceae Biology and Beyond1
The overarching goal of SGN is to make information available in an intuitive comparative format, thereby facilitating a systems approach to investigations into the basis of adaptation and phenotypic diversity in the Solanaceae family, other species in the Asterid clade such as coffee (Coffea arabica), Rubiaciae, and beyond.
Chemical characteristics of PM2.5 and PM10 in haze-fog episodes in Beijing.
The serious air pollution in HF episodes was strongly correlated with the meteorological conditions and the emissions of pollutants from anthropogenic sources.
Distribution and speciation of heavy metals in sediments from the mainstream, tributaries, and lakes of the Yangtze River catchment of Wuhan, China.
Compared to the other metals studied, Cd, Cu, Zn, and Pb had higher bioavailability in the three zones, which means they pose a higher ecological risk, and the potential ecological risks in the mainstream and tributaries were higher than those in lakes.
Algorithms for Large, Sparse Network Alignment Problems
This work proposes a new distributed algorithm for sparse variants of the network alignment problem, which occurs in a variety of data mining areas including systems biology, database matching, and computer vision, and provides a unified framework for studying and comparing all network alignment solvers.
Message-Passing Algorithms for Sparse Network Alignment
A new message passing algorithm is proposed that allows us to compute, very efficiently, approximate solutions to the sparse network alignment problems with graph sizes as large as hundreds of thousands of vertices.
Compressive wide-band spectrum sensing
A compressive wide-band spectrum sensing scheme for cognitive radios and the performance of this scheme is evaluated in terms of the mean squared error of the power spectrum density estimate and the probability of detecting signal occupancy.
Understanding SaaS adoption from the perspective of organizational users: A tripod readiness model
A tripod model of SAAS Readiness is proposed that suggests that organizational users need to get prepared from technological, organizational and environmental aspects for the adoption of SaaS.
Optimized Feature Extraction for Learning-Based Image Steganalysis
  • Y. Wang, P. Moulin
  • Computer Science
    IEEE Transactions on Information Forensics and…
  • 1 March 2007
This work investigates the problem of feature dimensionality reduction, which strongly impacts classification accuracy, and proposes a three-level optimization of the classifier, which outperforms previous steganalysis methods.
Two New Clock Proteins, LWD1 and LWD2, Regulate Arabidopsis Photoperiodic Flowering1[W][OA]
This work shows LIGHT-REGULATED WD1 (LWD1)/LWD2 as new clock proteins involved in photoperiod control in Arabidopsis and implies that LWD1/ LWD2 proteins function in close proximity to or within the circadian clock forPhotoperiodic flowering control.
An ID-based broadcast encryption scheme for key distribution
An ID-based broadcast encryption scheme is proposed, by which a center can distribute keys over a network, so that each member of a privileged subset of users can compute a specified key.