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- Guobiao Weng, Weisheng Qiu, Zeying Wang, Qing Xiang
- Des. Codes Cryptography
- 2007

Let (K,+, ∗) be an odd order presemifield with commutative multiplication. We show that the set of nonzero squares of (K, ∗) is a skewHadamard difference set or a Paley type partial difference set in (K,+) according as q is congruent to 3modulo 4 or q is congruent to 1 modulo 4. Applying this result to the Coulter–Matthews presemifield and the Ding–Yuan… (More)

- Cunsheng Ding, Zeying Wang, Qing Xiang
- J. Comb. Theory, Ser. A
- 2007

Using a class of permutation polynomials of F32h+1 obtained from the Ree–Tits slice symplectic spreads in PG(3,32h+1), we construct a family of skew Hadamard difference sets in the additive group of F32h+1 . With the help of a computer, we show that these skew Hadamard difference sets are new when h= 2 and h = 3. We conjecture that they are always new when… (More)

- Zeying Wang, Genlin Wang, JingMin Huang, Qiuling Li, Changfa Wang, Jifeng Zhong
- Molecular Biology Reports
- 2010

Genetic association analysis was applied to examine the effect of the Na+/K+-ATPase beta 2 subunit (ATP1B2) gene on rectal temperature, milk traits, K+ levels and Na+/K+-ATPase (NKA) activity in the red blood cells of 1001 Chinese Holstein cows under normal and heat-stress conditions. We detected two novel single nucleotide polymorphisms, G2258A and C2833T,… (More)

- Tor Helleseth, Henk D. L. Hollmann, Alexander Kholosha, Zeying Wang, Qing Xiang
- IEEE Transactions on Information Theory
- 2009

In this paper, we study ternary monomial functions of the form <i>f</i>(<i>x</i>) = Tr<i>n</i>(<i>axd</i>), where <i>x</i> isin \BBF <sub>3</sub> <i>n</i> and <i>Trn</i>: \BBF <sub>3</sub> <i>n</i>rarr \BBF <sub>3</sub> is the absolute trace function. Using a lemma of Hou, Stickelberger's theorem on Gauss sums, and certain ternary weight inequalities, we… (More)

- Manli Zhao, Lunzhong Zhang, +5 authors Yifeng Du
- International health
- 2015

BACKGROUND
Progressive cerebral infarction is one of the leading causes of high disability and lethality for stroke patients. However, the association between progression of BP changes and cerebral infarction is not currently well understood.
METHODS
We analyzed the dynamic changes in the BP of patients with acute ischemic stroke and explored the… (More)

- Zeying Wang, JingMin Huang, Jifeng Zhong, Genlin Wang
- Molecular Biology Reports
- 2011

To examine the effect of Clusterin (CLU) on mastitis, genetic association analysis was applied on mastitis and milk production traits of 1,137 Chinese Holstein cows. We detected two novel single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs), G+15781A in the seventh exon and C-994T before 5′-upstream region (UTR) of CLU gene, found five TATA box, one CpG island and more… (More)

- Zeying Wang, Zhiguo Shi, Yuankai Li, Jun Tu
- 2013 IEEE International Conference on Robotics…
- 2013

Path planning is a fundamental method in solving mazes or moving robots traversing through open fields with obstacles. Q-learning method is a model-independent reinforcement learning method, which can be utilized in path planning optimization for robots in a multi-robot collaboration system. However, the efficiency of the traditional Q-learning algorithm is… (More)

- Stefaan De Winter, Ellen Kamischke, Zeying Wang
- Des. Codes Cryptography
- 2016

In this article we generalize a theorem of Benson (J Algebra 15:443–454, 1970) for generalized quadrangles to strongly regular graphs, deriving numerical restrictions on the number of fixed vertices and the number of vertices mapped to adjacent vertices under an automorphism. We then use this result to develop a few new techniques to study regular partial… (More)

- Zhiguo Shi, Jun Tu, Yuankai Li, Zeying Wang
- 2013 IEEE International Conference on Robotics…
- 2013

The states and actions of the robots in uncertain environments are continuous, which will easily lead to the problem of slow learning speed and the combinatorial explosion issue of the reinforcement learning. Ant colony optimization (ACO) is an evolution algorithm based on swarm mechanism that takes full advantage of the pheromone mechanism to simplify the… (More)

- Bruce E. Kiefer, Mark Allan Coffey, +7 authors Donald W. Schwendeman
- 2004

Abstract The optimal design of the Morgan Construction Companies’ laying pipe is investigated. This crucial component of their rolling mill equipment suffers from rapid, uneven wear. During the 2003 Mathematical Problems in Industry Workshop, a team of ten investigators from five universities and one national laboratory developed a pipe design approach… (More)