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2017年6月12日收录更新SCI 3条、EI 9条、ISTP 3条

一、SCI 3条
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Title:Learning Traffic as Images: A Deep Convolutional Neural Network for Large-Scale Transportation Network Speed Prediction
Authors:Ma, XL; Dai, Z; He, ZB; Ma, JH; Wang, Y; Wang, YP
Author Full Names:Ma, Xiaolei; Dai, Zhuang; He, Zhengbing; Ma, Jihui; Wang, Yong; Wang, Yunpeng
Source:SENSORS, 17(4):10.3390/s17040818APR 2017
Language:English
Document Type:Article
Author Keywords:transportation network, traffic speed prediction, spatiotemporal feature, deep learning, convolutional neural network
KeyWords Plus:FLOW PREDICTION; NONPARAMETRIC REGRESSION; RECOGNITION; PATTERNS; SVR
Abstract: This paper proposes a convolutional neural network (CNN)-based method that learns traffic as images and predicts large-scale, network-wide traffic speed with a high accuracy. Spatiotemporal traffic dynamics are converted to images describing the time and space relations of traffic flow via a two-dimensional time-space matrix. A CNN is applied to the image following two consecutive steps: abstract traffic feature extraction and network-wide traffic speed prediction. The effectiveness of the proposed method is evaluated by taking two real-world transportation networks, the second ring road and north-east transportation network in Beijing, as examples, and comparing the method with four prevailing algorithms, namely, ordinary least squares, k-nearest neighbors, artificial neural network, and random forest, and three deep learning architectures, namely, stacked autoencoder, recurrent neural network, and long-short-term memory network. The results show that the proposed method outperforms other algorithms by an average accuracy improvement of 42.91% within an acceptable execution time. The CNN can train the model in a reasonable time and, thus, is suitable for large-scale transportation networks.
Reprint Address:Ma, JH (reprint author), Beijing Jiaotong Univ, Sch Traff & Transportat, Beijing 100044, Peoples R China.
Addresses:[Ma, Xiaolei; Dai, Zhuang; Wang, Yunpeng] Beihang Univ, Sch Transportat Sci & Engn, Beijing Key Lab Cooperat Vehicle Infrastruct Syst, Beijing 100191, Peoples R China.
[He, Zhengbing; Ma, Jihui] Beijing Jiaotong Univ, Sch Traff & Transportat, Beijing 100044, Peoples R China.
[Wang, Yong] Chongqing JiaotongUniv, Sch Econ & Management, Chongqing 400074, Peoples R China.
E-mail Addresses:xiaolei@buaa.edu.cn; zhuangdai@buaa.edu.cn; he.zb@hotmail.com; jhma@bjtu.edu.cn; yongwx6@gmail.com; ypwang@buaa.edu.cn
Funding Acknowledgement:National Natural Science Foundation of China [51408019, 71501009, U1564212]; Beijing Nova Program [z151100000315048]; Beijing Natural Science Foundation [9172011]; Young Elite Scientist Sponsorship Program by the China Association for Science and Technology
Funding Text:This work is partly supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China (51408019, 71501009 and U1564212), Beijing Nova Program (z151100000315048), Beijing Natural Science Foundation (9172011) and Young Elite Scientist Sponsorship Program by the China Association for Science and Technology.
Cited Reference Count:41
Times Cited:0
Publisher:MDPI AG, ST ALBAN-ANLAGE 66, CH-4052 BASEL, SWITZERLAND
ISSN:1424-8220
Article Number:818
Web of Science Categories:Chemistry, Analytical; Electrochemistry; Instruments & Instrumentation
Research Areas:Chemistry; Electrochemistry; Instruments & Instrumentation
IDS Number:EU1YU
Unique ID: WOS:000400822900159
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Title:Numerical simulation of backward erosion piping in heterogeneous fields
Authors:Liang, Y; Yeh, TCJ; Wang, YL; Liu, MW; Wang, JJ; Hao, YH
Author Full Names:Liang, Yue; Yeh, Tian-Chyi Jim; Wang, Yu-Li; Liu, Mingwei; Wang, Junjie; Hao, Yonghong
Source:WATER RESOURCES RESEARCH, 53(4):3246-3261; 10.1002/2017WR020425APR 2017
Language:English
Document Type:Article
Author Keywords:input uncertainty, calibration, Bayesian, uncertainty quantification
KeyWords Plus:MONTE-CARLO-SIMULATION; INPUT UNCERTAINTY; BAYESIAN-ANALYSIS; MODEL; CALIBRATION; RECHARGE; ERROR
Abstract: Backward erosion piping (BEP) is one of the major causes of seepage failures in levees. Seepage fields dictate the BEP behaviors and are influenced by the heterogeneity of soil properties. To investigate the effects of the heterogeneity on the seepage failures, we develop a numerical algorithm and conduct simulations to study BEP progressions in geologic media with spatially stochastic parameters. Specifically, the void ratio e, the hydraulic conductivity k, and the ratio of the particle contents r of the media are represented as the stochastic variables. They are characterized by means and variances, the spatial correlation structures, and the cross correlation between variables. Results of the simulations reveal that the heterogeneity accelerates the development of preferential flow paths, which profoundly increase the likelihood of seepage failures. To account for unknown heterogeneity, we define the probability of the seepage instability (PI) to evaluate the failure potential of a given site. Using Monte-Carlo simulation (MCS), we demonstrate that the PI value is significantly influenced by the mean and the variance of ln k and its spatial correlation scales. But the other parameters, such as means and variances of e and r, and their cross correlation, have minor impacts. Based on PI analyses, we introduce a risk rating system to classify the field into different regions according to risk levels. This rating system is useful for seepage failures prevention and assists decision making when BEP occurs.
Reprint Address:Yeh, TCJ (reprint author), Univ Arizona, Dept Hydrol & Atmospher Sci, Tucson, AZ 85721 USA.
Yeh, TCJ (reprint author), Tianjin Normal Univ, Key Lab Water Environm & Resources, Tianjin, Peoples R China.
Addresses:[Liang, Yue; Liu, Mingwei; Wang, Junjie] Chongqing JiaotongUniv, Natl Engn Res Ctr Inland Waterway Regulat, Chongqing, Peoples R China.
[Liang, Yue; Yeh, Tian-Chyi Jim; Wang, Yu-Li] Univ Arizona, Dept Hydrol & Atmospher Sci, Tucson, AZ 85721 USA.
[Yeh, Tian-Chyi Jim; Hao, Yonghong] Tianjin Normal Univ, Key Lab Water Environm & Resources, Tianjin, Peoples R China.
E-mail Addresses:yeh@hwr.arizona.edu
Funding Acknowledgement:Natural Science Foundation of China [51409029, 51479014]; China Postdoctoral Science Foundation [2014M562288]; Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) [ER-1365]; Environmental Security, and Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) [ER201212]; NSF EAR [1014594]; Jilin University from Department of Education, China; Global Expert award through Tianjin Normal University from the Thousand Talents Plan of Tianjin City
Funding Text:This work was supported by the Natural Science Foundation of China (grants 51409029 and 51479014); the China Postdoctoral Science Foundation (grant 2014M562288). The second author acknowledges the support by the Strategic Environmental Research and Development Program (SERDP) (grant ER-1365), Environmental Security, and Technology Certification Program (ESTCP) (grant ER201212) and by the NSF EAR (grant 1014594). He also acknowledges the Outstanding Oversea Professorship award through Jilin University from Department of Education, China, as well as the Global Expert award through Tianjin Normal University from the Thousand Talents Plan of Tianjin City. All data from this work are available on request from the first author Y. Liang (lycqjtu@gmail.com). We acknowledge the constructive comments by the Associate Editor and three reviewers, which helped in improving the final manuscript.
Cited Reference Count:51
Times Cited:0
Publisher:AMER GEOPHYSICAL UNION, 2000 FLORIDA AVE NW, WASHINGTON, DC 20009 USA
ISSN:0043-1397
eISSN:1944-7973
Web of Science Categories:Environmental Sciences; Limnology; Water Resources
Research Areas:Environmental Sciences & Ecology; Marine & Freshwater Biology; Water Resources
IDS Number:EV1YC
Unique ID: WOS:000401546900040
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Title:CONSTRUCTION CONTROL OF A LONG SPAN LIGHT URBAN RAIL TRANSIT CABLE-STAYED BRIDGE: A CASE STUDY
Authors:Xia, BH; Chen, ZS; Li, TL; Yang, YD
Author Full Names:Xia, Bin-hua; Chen, Zeng-shun; Li, Tian-long; Yang, Yong-da
Source:INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ROBOTICS & AUTOMATION, 32(3):274-282; 10.2316/Journal.206.2017.3.206-49032017
Language:English
Document Type:Article
Author Keywords:Cable-stayed rail transit bridge, geometry control, stress control, cable force control, field measurements
KeyWords Plus:ELEMENT RELIABILITY-ANALYSIS; TEMPORARY SUPPORTS; STRUCTURAL SYSTEMS; OPTIMIZATION; SIMULATION
Abstract: To guarantee the safety, durability and reliability of long span rail transit bridges, construction control is necessary. In this study, the construction control for the second longest span urban rail transit bridge is presented. First, the schemes of the bridge construction control, including the geometry control, stress control as well as cable force control of the main bridge are illustrated. Then, details for the bridge, field measurements and numerical simulation for construction control of the bridge were introduced. Finally, comparisons of the field measured construction control results and the target ones are conducted. The schemes and analyses can be referred for engineering applications and development of related specifications.
Reprint Address:Chen, ZS (reprint author), Chongqing JiaotongUniv, Key Lab Bridge Struct Engn Transportat Ind, Chongqing, Peoples R China.
Chen, ZS (reprint author), Hong Kong Univ Sci & Technol, Dept Civil & Environm Engn, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Peoples R China.
Addresses:[Xia, Bin-hua; Li, Tian-long; Yang, Yong-da] Changsha Univ Sci & Technol, Sch Civil Engn & Architecture, Changsha 410014, Hunan, Peoples R China.
[Chen, Zeng-shun] Chongqing JiaotongUniv, Key Lab Bridge Struct Engn Transportat Ind, Chongqing, Peoples R China.
[Chen, Zeng-shun] Hong Kong Univ Sci & Technol, Dept Civil & Environm Engn, Kowloon, Hong Kong, Peoples R China.
E-mail Addresses:19482165@163.com; zchenba@ust.hk; 29196379@163.com; alllove4201@163.com
Funding Acknowledgement:State Key Laboratory Breeding Base of Mountain Bridge and Tunnel Engineering fund [CQSLBF-Y16-16]; Natural Science Foundation of China [51408087]; Construction Technology Project of Ministry of Transport [2015318814190]; Application Foundation Research Project of Ministry of transport [2013319814180]
Funding Text:The work described in this paper is partially supported by the State Key Laboratory Breeding Base of Mountain Bridge and Tunnel Engineering fund (CQSLBF-Y16-16) and the Natural Science Foundation of China (Grant No. 51408087), the Construction Technology Project of Ministry of Transport (Grant No. 2015318814190), the Application Foundation Research Project of Ministry of transport (Grant No. 2013319814180).
Cited Reference Count:24
Times Cited:0
Publisher:ACTA PRESS, 2509 DIEPPE AVE SW, BLDG B6, STE 101, CALGARY, AB T3E 7J9, CANADA
ISSN:0826-8185
eISSN:1925-7090
Web of Science Categories:Automation & Control Systems; Robotics
Research Areas:Automation & Control Systems; Robotics
IDS Number:EV7QC
Unique ID: WOS:000401972800008

二、EI 9条
1. Flutter Suppression of Long-span Suspension Bridge Based on Active Control Surface
Accession number: 20172203715623
Authors: Guo, Zeng-Wei (1, 2); Ge, Yao-Jun (2); Zhao, Lin (2); Li, Ke (2)
Author affiliation: (1) Engineering Research Center of Bridge Structure and Material in the Mountainous Area, Ministry of Education, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 400074, China; (2) State Key Laboratory of Disaster Reduction in Civil Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai; 200092, China
Source title: Zhongguo Gonglu Xuebao/China Journal of Highway and Transport
Abbreviated source title: Zongguo Gonglu Xuebao
Volume: 30
Issue: 2
Issue date: February 1, 2017
Publication year: 2017
Pages: 57-68
Language: Chinese
ISSN: 10017372
CODEN: ZGXUFN
Document type: Journal article (JA)
Publisher: Xi’an Highway University
Abstract: Aimed at deficiencies in the current researches of active control surface, interference effects of pitching motions of control surface on flow-field around main girder were discussed through wind tunnel test. State-space model of flutter suppression of active control surface was also established according to the description of dynamic system in modern control theory. Taking a suspension bridge with main span of 3 000 m as an example, numerical simulation analysis on the flutter suppression effects of active control surface based on linear quadratic optimal control algorithm was conducted, selection method of participation mode used in flutter suppression analysis was discussed, and the influences of arrangement length of control surface and number of actuators on the effect of flutter suppression were analyzed. The results show that pitching motion of control surfaces, which are of 5% of bridge deck’ width in width and three times of bridge deck’ height in height, will affect the flow field around main girder, especially the pressure fluctuation in windward regions. However, aerodynamic forces induced by those interfere effects can be neglected in the aerodynamic force model, and the proportion of those predominant fluctuation pressures is no more than 10% of the total fluctuation pressures. Compared with mode amplitude ratio, it may be more efficient to select participate modes according to mode energy ratio to conduct an flutter analysis. The critical flutter wind velocity of this suspension bridge with main span of 3000 m increases by 100% after the installation of the active control surface, and those flutter modes within wind velocity ranging from 0 to 80 m?s-1are all suppressed efficiently. It is also shown that flutter suppression effects of active control surface will be gradually enhanced with the increase of its length and amount of actuators, and that when the actuators are more than two groups, the increase of actuators will not increase the critical flutter velocity but the control surface can be divided into more independent parts and the reliability of the control system can be further enhanced. ? 2017, Editorial Department of China Journal of Highway and Transport. All right reserved.
Number of references: 15
Main heading: Control surfaces
Controlled terms: Actuators  -  Aerodynamics  -  Beams and girders  -  Bridge decks  -  Bridges  -  Flow fields  -  Flutter (aerodynamics)  -  Numerical methods  -  Quadratic programming  -  State space methods   -  Suspension bridges  -  Suspensions (components)  -  Vibration analysis  -  Wind  -  Wind tunnels
Uncontrolled terms: Bridge engineering  -  Flutter suppression  -  Linear quadratic optimal control  -  Long span suspension bridges  -  Modern control theory  -  Numerical simulation analysis  -  Simulation analysis  -  Vibration suppression
Classification code: 401.1 Bridges
Bridges
  -  408.2 Structural Members and Shapes
Structural Members and Shapes
  -  443.1 Atmospheric Properties
Atmospheric Properties
  -  601.2 Machine Components
Machine Components
  -  631.1 Fluid Flow, General
Fluid Flow, General
  -  651.1 Aerodynamics, General
Aerodynamics, General
  -  651.2 Wind Tunnels
Wind Tunnels
  -  652.3 Aircraft Instruments and Equipment
Aircraft Instruments and Equipment
  -  732.1 Control Equipment
Control Equipment
  -  921 Mathematics
Mathematics
  -  921.6 Numerical Methods
Numerical Methods
Compendex references: YES
Database: Compendex
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Data Provider: Engineering Village
 
2. Flutter suppression of a suspension bridge sectional model by the feedback controlled twin-winglet system
Accession number: 20172203720926
Authors: Li, K. (1, 2, 3); Zhao, L. (3); Ge, Y.J. (3); Guo, Z.W. (4)
Author affiliation: (1) Key Laboratory of New Technology for Construction of Cities in Mountain Area (Chongqing University), Ministry of Education, Chongqing; 400045, China; (2) School of Civil Engineering, Chongqing University, Chongqing; 400045, China; (3) State Key Laboratory of Disaster Reduction in Civil Engineering, Tongji University, Shanghai; 200092, China; (4) Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 404100, China
Corresponding author: Ge, Y.J.(yaojunge@tongji.edu.cn)
Source title: Journal of Wind Engineering and Industrial Aerodynamics
Abbreviated source title: J. Wind Eng. Ind. Aerodyn.
Volume: 168
Issue date: September 2017
Publication year: 2017
Pages: 101-109
Language: English
ISSN: 01676105
Document type: Journal article (JA)
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Abstract: Active controlled twin-winglet system is one of the aerodynamic affiliated facilities, which can increase the flutter stability of a suspension bridge. Though much attention has been paid on this method in recent years, most of the studies only focus on theoretical analysis, and few research groups have conduct experiments to validate their control effects. In this paper, we successfully realize the control progress of the twin-winglet system on a bridge sectional model in the wind tunnel, where feedback control tests are carried out to examine a previously proposed theoretical framework. According to the framework, control parameters are determined at the flutter critical wind speed with laminar incoming flow assumption. To check effectiveness and robustness of these theoretical assumptions, we conduct a series of wind tunnel tests under various actual wind speed in both laminar and turbulent inflows. With the efforts above, theoretical basis and application effect of the theoretical framework are verified in a relatively systematical way. ? 2017
Number of references: 28
Main heading: Active suspension systems
Controlled terms: Aerodynamic stability  -  Feedback  -  Flutter (aerodynamics)  -  Suspension bridges  -  Suspensions (components)  -  Wave interference  -  Wind  -  Wind stress  -  Wind tunnels
Uncontrolled terms: Active control  -  Control parameters  -  Critical wind speed  -  Flutter control  -  Flutter suppression  -  Theoretical framework  -  Wind tunnel tests  -  Winglet
Classification code: 401.1 Bridges
Bridges
  -  443.1 Atmospheric Properties
Atmospheric Properties
  -  601.2 Machine Components
Machine Components
  -  651 Aerodynamics
Aerodynamics
  -  731.1 Control Systems
Control Systems
DOI: 10.1016/j.jweia.2017.05.007
Funding Details: Number; Acronym; Sponsor: 51178353; NSFC; National Natural Science Foundation of China  -  Number; Acronym; Sponsor: 51323013; NSFC; National Natural Science Foundation of China  -  Number; Acronym; Sponsor: 91215302; NSFC; National Natural Science Foundation of China
Compendex references: YES
Database: Compendex
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Data Provider: Engineering Village
 
3. Test research on influence of admixture agent on engineering characteristics of red sandstone roadbed filling in Dongchang Expressway
Accession number: 20172203713265
Authors: Liang, Bo (1, 2); Dong, Tianxiong (1); Mei, Yingjun (1); Pan, Jinqiu (1)
Author affiliation: (1) School of Civi Engineering, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 400074, China; (2) State Key Laboratory Breeding Base of Mountain Bridge and Tunnel Engineering, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 400074, China
Corresponding author: Dong, Tianxiong(dongtianxiong_2009@126.com)
Source title: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Abbreviated source title: IOP Conf. Ser. Earth Environ. Sci.
Volume: 61
Issue: 1
Monograph title: 3rd International Conference on Energy Materials and Environment Engineering
Issue date: April 21, 2017
Publication year: 2017
Article number: 012103
Language: English
ISSN: 17551307
E-ISSN: 17551315
Document type: Conference article (CA)
Conference name: 2017 3rd International Conference on Energy Materials and Environment Engineering, ICEMEE 2017
Conference date: March 10, 2017 – March 12, 2017
Conference location: Bangkok, Thailand
Conference code: 127676
Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing
Abstract: By taking the red sandstone along the Jiangxi Dongchang expressway as the research object, this article takes lime and cement as the admixture agent, and conducts a series of laboratory test investigations on plain soil and improved soil, to research on the influence of the addition proportion on the physical and mechanical properties of red sandstone. According to test results: compared with plain soil, the red sandstones with admixture agents of lime and cement have reduced liquid limit and plastic limit, with reduced plastic index. With the increase of the proportion of lime, the optimal moisture content of the lime-improved soil gradually increases, and the maximum dry density gradually decreases. With the increase of the proportion of cement, the maximum dry density of the cement-improved soil increases, and the optimal moisture content decreases. The CBR improvement effect of cement-improved soil is better than that of the lime-improved soil. The optimal addition proportion of CBR of both the lime-improved soil and the cement-improved soil is 7%. Compared with plain red sandstone, the improvement on compaction functions plays a more significant role on the improvement of the CBR of the improved soil. ? Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.
Number of references: 14
Main heading: Soil cement
Controlled terms: Cements  -  Lime  -  Moisture  -  Moisture determination  -  Sandstone  -  Soil testing  -  Soils
Uncontrolled terms: Engineering characteristics  -  Laboratory test  -  Liquid limits  -  Maximum dry density  -  Physical and mechanical properties  -  Plastic limit  -  Research object  -  Test research
Classification code: 412 Concrete
Concrete
  -  412.1 Cement
Cement
  -  482.2 Minerals
Minerals
  -  483.1 Soils and Soil Mechanics
Soils and Soil Mechanics
  -  804.2 Inorganic Compounds
Inorganic Compounds
  -  944.2 Moisture Measurements
Moisture Measurements
Numerical data indexing: Percentage 7.00e+00%
DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/61/1/012103
Compendex references: YES
Database: Compendex
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Data Provider: Engineering Village
 
4. Prediction of welding distortion in extra thin plate joint by means of inherent strain method
Accession number: 20172203715426
Authors: Liang, Wei (1); Zhou, Liang (1); Sun, Xiaolu (1); Deng, Dean (2)
Author affiliation: (1) College of Mechatronics & Vehicle Engineering, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 400074, China; (2) College of Materials Science and Engineering, Chongqing University, Chongqing; 400044, China
Source title: Hanjie Xuebao/Transactions of the China Welding Institution
Abbreviated source title: Hanjie Xuebao
Volume: 38
Issue: 3
Issue date: March 25, 2017
Publication year: 2017
Pages: 103-106
Language: Chinese
ISSN: 0253360X
CODEN: HHPAD2
Document type: Journal article (JA)
Publisher: Harbin Research Institute of Welding
Abstract: Because the stiffness of extra thin-plate welded joint or structure is very small, welding distortion is apt to generate after welding. Therefore, it is very meaningful to predict welding-induced deformation accurately in such welded joint. Inherent strain method is a practical approach which can be used to predict welding deformation in large and complex structures. However, this method is seldom employed to estimate welding deformation in extra thin-plate joints. In this study, the features of inherent strain distribution in bead-on joint with 1 mm thickness was investigated by means of thermal elastic plastic finite element (T-E-P FE) models. Meanwhile, the influence of weld length on the distribution of inherent strain was also clarified. Moreover, the welding deformation in extra thin-plate joints with different weld lengths was calculated by using inherent strain method. The comparison between the results obtained by inherent strain method and those computed by T-E-P FE models shows that when the weld length is up to a critical value, the inherent strain method can be used to predict welding deformation in the extra thin-plate joints. ? 2017, Editorial Board of Transactions of the China Welding Institution, Magazine Agency Welding. All right reserved.
Number of references: 6
Main heading: Finite element method
Controlled terms: Deformation  -  Elastoplasticity  -  Electric distortion  -  Forecasting  -  Plates (structural components)  -  Welding  -  Welds
Uncontrolled terms: Critical value  -  Elastic-plastic finite element  -  Inherent strain  -  Inherent strain methods  -  Large and complex structures  -  Thin plate  -  Welding deformations  -  Welding distortion
Classification code: 408.2 Structural Members and Shapes
Structural Members and Shapes
  -  538.2 Welding
Welding
  -  701.1 Electricity: Basic Concepts and Phenomena
Electricity: Basic Concepts and Phenomena
  -  921.6 Numerical Methods
Numerical Methods
Compendex references: YES
Database: Compendex
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Data Provider: Engineering Village
 
5. Analysis on the best position and the pile distance of anti-slide pile of reinforced soil slope
Accession number: 20172203713269
Authors: Pan, Jinqiu (1); Wang, Zhiyong (2); Dong, Tianxiong (1); Liang, Bo (1)
Author affiliation: (1) School of Civil Engineering, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 400074, China; (2) China Railway Siyuan Survey and Design Group Co. Ltd, Wuhan; 430063, China
Source title: IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science
Abbreviated source title: IOP Conf. Ser. Earth Environ. Sci.
Volume: 61
Issue: 1
Monograph title: 3rd International Conference on Energy Materials and Environment Engineering
Issue date: April 21, 2017
Publication year: 2017
Article number: 012107
Language: English
ISSN: 17551307
E-ISSN: 17551315
Document type: Conference article (CA)
Conference name: 2017 3rd International Conference on Energy Materials and Environment Engineering, ICEMEE 2017
Conference date: March 10, 2017 – March 12, 2017
Conference location: Bangkok, Thailand
Conference code: 127676
Publisher: Institute of Physics Publishing
Abstract: Regarding numerical calculation convergence and plastic zone through the slope as the criterion of slope instability, strength reduction method as calculating principle, the stability of soil slope was analyzed by using finite element software ABAQUS, and on the basis of analysis, the best position and pile distance of anti-slide pile of reinforced soil slope were studied. The numerical results showed that with the increasing of distance between anti-slide pile and toe position, safety coefficient raised firstly and then decreased, when the ratio between the horizontal distance of anti-slide to slope toe and horizontal distance of slope is around 0.6, which is the largest safety factor; The pile spacing had certain influence on the soil slope safety factor, with the different pile spacing, the safety factor was different. With the increase of the pile spacing, the safety factor decreased gradually. ? Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd.
Number of references: 16
Main heading: Piles
Controlled terms: ABAQUS  -  Convergence of numerical methods  -  Finite element method  -  Numerical methods  -  Reinforcement  -  Safety engineering  -  Safety factor  -  Slope stability  -  Soils
Uncontrolled terms: Anti-slide pile  -  Numerical calculation  -  Numerical results  -  Plastic zones  -  Reinforced soil slopes  -  Safety coefficient  -  Slope instability  -  Strength reduction method
Classification code: 406.2 Roads and Streets
Roads and Streets
  -  408.2 Structural Members and Shapes
Structural Members and Shapes
  -  483.1 Soils and Soil Mechanics
Soils and Soil Mechanics
  -  914 Safety Engineering
Safety Engineering
  -  914.1 Accidents and Accident Prevention
Accidents and Accident Prevention
  -  921 Mathematics
Mathematics
  -  921.6 Numerical Methods
Numerical Methods
  -  951 Materials Science
Materials Science
DOI: 10.1088/1755-1315/61/1/012107
Compendex references: YES
Database: Compendex
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Data Provider: Engineering Village
 
6. Multi-modal classification of neurodegenerative disease by progressive graph-based transductive learning
Accession number: 20172203706042
Authors: Wang, Zhengxia (1, 2, 6, 6); Zhu, Xiaofeng (2, 5); Adeli, Ehsan (2); Zhu, Yingying (2); Nie, Feiping (3); Munsell, Brent (4); Wu, Guorong (2)
Author affiliation: (1) Department of Information Science and Engineering, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 400074, China; (2) Department of Radiology and BRIC, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, NC; 27599, United States; (3) School of Computer Science and Center for OPTical IMagery Analysis and Learning (OPTIMAL), Northwestern Polytechnical University, Shaanxi, Xi’an; PR; 710072, China; (4) Department of Computer Science, College of Charleston, SC, Charleston; 29424, United States; (5) Department Computer Science and Information Engineering, Guangxi Normal University, Guilin; 541004, China; (6) Department of Automation, Chongqing University, Chongqing; 400044, China
Corresponding author: Wu, Guorong(grwu@med.unc.edu)
Source title: Medical Image Analysis
Abbreviated source title: Med. Image Anal.
Volume: 39
Issue date: July 2017
Publication year: 2017
Pages: 218-230
Language: English
ISSN: 13618415
E-ISSN: 13618423
CODEN: MIAECY
Document type: Journal article (JA)
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Abstract: Graph-based transductive learning (GTL) is a powerful machine learning technique that is used when sufficient training data is not available. In particular, conventional GTL approaches first construct a fixed inter-subject relation graph that is based on similarities in voxel intensity values in the feature domain, which can then be used to propagate the known phenotype data (i.e., clinical scores and labels) from the training data to the testing data in the label domain. However, this type of graph is exclusively learned in the feature domain, and primarily due to outliers in the observed features, may not be optimal for label propagation in the label domain. To address this limitation, a progressive GTL (pGTL) method is proposed that gradually finds an intrinsic data representation that more accurately aligns imaging features with the phenotype data. In general, optimal feature-to-phenotype alignment is achieved using an iterative approach that: (1) refines inter-subject relationships observed in the feature domain by using the learned intrinsic data representation in the label domain, (2) updates the intrinsic data representation from the refined inter-subject relationships, and (3) verifies the intrinsic data representation on the training data to guarantee an optimal classification when applied to testing data. Additionally, the iterative approach is extended to multi-modal imaging data to further improve pGTL classification accuracy. Using Alzheimer’s disease and Parkinson’s disease study data, the classification accuracy of the proposed pGTL method is compared to several state-of-the-art classification methods, and the results show pGTL can more accurately identify subjects, even at different progression stages, in these two study data sets. ? 2017 Elsevier B.V.
Number of references: 67
Main heading: Classification (of information)
Controlled terms: Computer aided diagnosis  -  Computer aided instruction  -  Diagnosis  -  Graphic methods  -  Iterative methods  -  Learning systems  -  Neurodegenerative diseases
Uncontrolled terms: Classification accuracy  -  Classification methods  -  Computer assisted diagnosis  -  Intrinsic representation  -  Machine learning techniques  -  Multi modality  -  Optimal classification  -  Transductive learning
Classification code: 461.1 Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
  -  461.6 Medicine and Pharmacology
Medicine and Pharmacology
  -  716.1 Information Theory and Signal Processing
Information Theory and Signal Processing
  -  723.5 Computer Applications
Computer Applications
  -  921.6 Numerical Methods
Numerical Methods
DOI: 10.1016/j.media.2017.05.003
Funding Details: Number; Acronym; Sponsor: AG041721; NIH; National Institutes of Health  -  Number; Acronym; Sponsor: AG042599; NIH; National Institutes of Health  -  Number; Acronym; Sponsor: AG049371; NIH; National Institutes of Health  -  Number; Acronym; Sponsor: CA140413; NIH; National Institutes of Health  -  Number; Acronym; Sponsor: EB008374; NIH; National Institutes of Health  -  Number; Acronym; Sponsor: EB009634; NIH; National Institutes of Health  -  Number; Sponsor: KJ1500501; Chongqing Municipal Education Commission  -  Number; Acronym; Sponsor: MH100217; NIH; National Institutes of Health
Compendex references: YES
Database: Compendex
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Data Provider: Engineering Village
 
7. Simplified algorithm for evaluating the hydrodynamic performance of very large modular semi-submersible structures
Accession number: 20172203697911
Authors: Wu, Linjian (1); Wang, Yuanzhan (1); Li, Yi (2); Xiao, Zhong (1); Li, Qingmei (1)
Author affiliation: (1) State Key Laboratory of Hydraulic Engineering Simulation and Safety, Collaborative Innovation Center for Advanced Ship and Deep-Sea Exploration, Tianjin University, Tianjin; 300072, China; (2) School of River and Ocean Engineering, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 400074, China
Corresponding author: Wu, Linjian
Source title: Ocean Engineering
Abbreviated source title: Ocean Eng.
Volume: 140
Issue date: 2017
Publication year: 2017
Pages: 105-124
Language: English
ISSN: 00298018
Document type: Journal article (JA)
Publisher: Elsevier Ltd
Abstract: This paper develops a simplified algorithm for evaluating the hydrodynamic performances of mobile offshore bases (MOBs) in the preliminary design stage based on the following reasonable assumptions: no navigational velocity exists, and marine environment loads only consider the random and irregular wave forces at high sea states. MOBs are a representative structural style for very large modular semi-submersible structures in deep-sea areas. Simplified formulas for different parameters in the dynamic equations of MOBs are derived, including added mass, restoring force, and the constraint forces of connectors. The revised Morison equation is used to estimate the wave forces on MOBs because the components of MOBs can be treated as small-scale components by comparing them to the wavelengths at high sea states. During this process, the shielding effects of the interactions between multiple components of MOBs are considered to estimate the effects of wave diffraction and other fluid-structure interactions on the results of wave forces. A 3-module numerical MOB model at high sea states is considered as a case study. The hydrodynamic responses of the MOB modules are calculated under random and irregular wave conditions with different wave angles. The statistical results obtained using this simplified algorithm in the time domain exhibit close agreement with the results of experiments reported in the literature and obtained using the potential flow theory (PFT) method. Additionally, the relative errors among the 3 methods fall within the permitted range for practical engineering, which adequately validates the accuracy, feasibility and reliability of the methodologies developed in this paper. The statistical results of the hydrodynamic responses among 3 adjacent MOB modules under the same sea state are also compared. Finally, this paper discusses the response spectra associated with the time-domain results of MOB module. This study provides significant support for the evaluation of the hydrodynamic performances of very large modular semi-submersible structures. ? 2017 Elsevier Ltd
Number of references: 48
Main heading: Time domain analysis
Controlled terms: Fluid dynamics  -  Fluid structure interaction  -  Hydrodynamics  -  Ocean currents  -  Offshore structures  -  Semisubmersibles  -  Structural design  -  Submersibles
Uncontrolled terms: Hydrodynamic performance  -  Hydrodynamic response  -  Mobile offshore base  -  Multiple components  -  Potential-flow theory  -  Practical engineering  -  Simplified algorithms  -  Very large floating structure
Classification code: 408.1 Structural Design, General
Structural Design, General
  -  471.4 Seawater, Tides and Waves
Seawater, Tides and Waves
  -  631.1 Fluid Flow, General
Fluid Flow, General
  -  674.1 Small Marine Craft
Small Marine Craft
  -  674.2 Marine Drilling Rigs and Platforms
Marine Drilling Rigs and Platforms
  -  921 Mathematics
Mathematics
  -  931.1 Mechanics
Mechanics
DOI: 10.1016/j.oceaneng.2017.05.013
Compendex references: YES
Database: Compendex
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Data Provider: Engineering Village
 
8. Investigation on Driving Comfort of Passenger Cars on Mountain Roads Based on Naturalistic Driving
Accession number: 20172203711403
Authors: Xu, Jin (1); Yang, Kui (2); Lu, Gongyuan (2); Shao, Yiming (1)
Author affiliation: (1) Chongqing Key Laboratory of Transportation Engineering, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 400074, China; (2) School of Traffic and Logistics, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu; 610031, China
Source title: Xinan Jiaotong Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University
Abbreviated source title: Xinan Jiaotong Daxue Xuebao
Volume: 52
Issue: 2
Issue date: April 1, 2017
Publication year: 2017
Pages: 309-318
Language: Chinese
ISSN: 02582724
CODEN: XJDXEW
Document type: Journal article (JA)
Publisher: Science Press
Abstract: Naturalistic driving tests were conducted using real vehicles on six roads to study the level of driving comfort on two-lane mountainroads and the key influencing factors. In the tests, acceleration data of passenger cars were collected; after filtered using Matlab software, the peak value of each waveform of the measured data was extracted to obtain the cumulative frequency profiles of peak accelerations of different axes, as well as the characteristic percentile values and the root mean square (RMS) values. The results show that the longitudinal acceleration rate axon two-lane highways is only half the deceleration rate abin braking. The locations where the acceleration and deceleration cause occupants discomfort account for 6% of the total test points at the most. The ratio of road sections where occupants feel discomfort in lateral direction ranges from 7% to 10% of the total trip; Among all the axial accelerations, lateral acceleration ay, braking acceleration ab, the longitudinal acceleration axand vertical acceleration azmake the greatest part of contribution to the discomfort. ? 2017, Editorial Department of Journal of Southwest Jiaotong University. All right reserved.
Number of references: 13
Main heading: Acceleration
Controlled terms: Automobiles  -  MATLAB  -  Software testing  -  Transportation
Uncontrolled terms: Driving comfort  -  Lateral acceleration  -  Mountain roads  -  Naturally driving  -  Vertical accelerations
Classification code: 662.1 Automobiles
Automobiles
  -  723.5 Computer Applications
Computer Applications
DOI: 10.3969/j.issn.0258-2724.2017.02.014
Compendex references: YES
Database: Compendex
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Data Provider: Engineering Village
 
9. Calibrating of acceleration and deceleration rate for the operating speed prediction models of two-lane roads in a mountainous area
Accession number: 20172203715511
Authors: Xu, Jin (1); Yang, Kui (2); Luo, Xiao (1); Wang, Xu (1); Shao, Yiming (1); Peng, Jinshuan (1, 3)
Author affiliation: (1) College of Traffic and Transportation, Chongqing Jiaotong University, Chongqing; 400074, China; (2) School of Traffic and Logistics, Southwest Jiaotong University, Chengdu; 610031, China; (3) Key Laboratory for Automotive Transportation Safety Enhancement Technology of the Ministry of Communication, Xi’an; 710004, China
Corresponding author: Xu, Jin(yhnl_996699@163.com)
Source title: Harbin Gongye Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Harbin Institute of Technology
Abbreviated source title: Harbin Gongye Daxue Xuebao
Volume: 49
Issue: 3
Issue date: March 28, 2017
Publication year: 2017
Pages: 181-188
Language: Chinese
ISSN: 03676234
CODEN: HPKYAY
Document type: Journal article (JA)
Publisher: Harbin Institute of Technology
Abstract: To determine the acceleration and deceleration rate for the operating speed prediction model, the continuously driving tests of passenger car, bus, and heavy trucks were carried out on two-lane roads in a mountainous area. Longitudinal acceleration of vehicles was collected, and the cumulative frequency curves of peak acceleration and deceleration rate were analyzed. The statistical distribution and the eigenvalues of acceleration (ax) and deceleration (ab) were obtained, and the models of axand abwith road geometry parameters as independent variables were established. The results show that: due to that the magnitude of abof passenger cars is about twice higher than ax, the axand abcould not be simplified to a same fixed value. Slope breakpoint of cumulative frequency curve of axand abdoes not appears on the 85thpercentile but near the 95thpercentile. The axand abof large buses display very close amplitude, and abof heavy-duty trucks is significantly greater than ax. axand abof heavy-duty trucks are lower than large buses’. There is a negative correlation between longitudinal acceleration of passenger car and curve radius, and a positive correlation with curve deflection angle. ? 2017, Editorial Board of Journal of Harbin Institute of Technology. All right reserved.
Number of references: 25
Main heading: Acceleration
Controlled terms: Acceleration control  -  Automobiles  -  Buses  -  Curves (road)  -  Deceleration  -  Eigenvalues and eigenfunctions  -  Transportation  -  Trucks
Uncontrolled terms: Acceleration and deceleration  -  Axial acceleration  -  Cumulative frequencies  -  Independent variables  -  Longitudinal acceleration  -  Natural driving  -  Operating speed  -  Statistical distribution
Classification code: 406.2 Roads and Streets
Roads and Streets
  -  662.1 Automobiles
Automobiles
  -  663.1 Heavy Duty Motor Vehicles
Heavy Duty Motor Vehicles
  -  731.3 Specific Variables Control
Specific Variables Control
DOI: 10.11918/j.issn.0367-6234.2017.03.029
Compendex references: YES
Database: Compendex
Compilation and indexing terms, Copyright 2017 Elsevier Inc.
Data Provider: Engineering Village
 

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Title:Prediction of Pedestrian Chest Injury Severity using BP Neural Network
Authors:Liu, WJ; Zhang, YY; Duan, AW; Su, S; Qiu, JL; Yin, ZY
Author Full Names:Liu Wenjun; Zhang Yongyong; Duan Aowen; Su Sen; Qiu Jinlong; Yin Zhiyong
Book Group Author(s):IEEE
Source:PROCEEDINGS OF 2017 9TH INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON MEASURING TECHNOLOGY AND MECHATRONICS AUTOMATION (ICMTMA), 187-190; 10.1109/ICMTMA.2017.522017
Book Series:International Conference on Measuring Technology and Mechatronics Automation
Language:English
Document Type:Proceedings Paper
Conference Title:9th International Conference on Measuring Technology and Mechatronics Automation (ICMTMA)
Conference Date:JAN 14-15, 2017
Conference Location:Changsha, PEOPLES R CHINA
Conference Sponsors:Changsha Univ Sci & Technol, Cent S Univ, Shenzhen Res Inst, Hunan City Coll, Dept Urban Management, Hunan City Univ, Hongkong Intelligent Computat Technol & Automat Assoc
Author Keywords:Pedestrian, Chest, Injury Severity, BP Neural Network
KeyWords Plus:ACCIDENT; COLLISIONS; SPEED; POWER; RISK; AGE
Abstract: Background: Chest is one of the three commonly injury parts for pedestrians in car-to-pedestrian crashes. Although many efforts and studies have been done on chest injuries, mathematical model relationship between chest injury risk factors and chest injury severity hasn't been widely identified. Objective: This paper is aimed to investigate and predict the severity of chest injuries caused by car-to-pedestrian crashes though establishing BP neural network prediction models. Method and Material: This study is carried out by conducting an in-depth investigation of car-to-pedestrian crashes from 2010 to 2014 in Chongqing and applying different training functions and hidden layer nodes in BP neural network training to determine the best prediction scheme. Results: The study results showed that the training function and the number of hidden layer nodes had great influence on the prediction accuracy of neural networks. The best prediction result for chest MAIS was obtained by using trainlm function with 11 hidden layer nodes. Conclusions: Models presented in the present study reflected the non-linear relationship between the severity of pedestrian chest injuries and the vehicle impact speed and pedestrian age. Furthermore, study results fully testified the feasibility and effectiveness of predicting pedestrian chest in-jury severity by using BP neural networks.
Reprint Address:Yin, ZY (reprint author), Third Mil Med Univ, Inst Surg Res, Dept 4, Inst Traff Med, Chongqing 400042, Peoples R China.
Addresses:[Liu Wenjun; Duan Aowen; Su Sen; Qiu Jinlong; Yin Zhiyong] Third Mil Med Univ, Inst Surg Res, Dept 4, Inst Traff Med, Chongqing 400042, Peoples R China.
[Zhang Yongyong] Chongqing JiaotongUniv, Transit Coll, Chongqing 400074, Peoples R China.
E-mail Addresses:liuwenjun@dphospital.tmmu.edu.cn
Funding Acknowledgement:Natural Science Foundation of China [31271006]; Open Foundation of State Key Laboratory of Vehicle Noise-Vibration-Harshness and Safety Technology [NVHSKL-201409]; “12th Five-Year Plan” National Science and Technology Support Program [2014BAG01B05]
Funding Text:This work is financially supported by the Natural Science Foundation of China (Project number: 31271006), the Open Foundation of State Key Laboratory of Vehicle Noise-Vibration-Harshness and Safety Technology (Project number: NVHSKL-201409), and the "12th Five-Year Plan" National Science and Technology Support Program (Project number: 2014BAG01B05).
Cited Reference Count:24
Times Cited:0
Publisher:IEEE, 345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA
ISSN:2157-1473
ISBN:978-1-5090-4868-7
IDS Number:BH6DE
Unique ID: WOS:000401696400045
Cited References:
Bao Zhe-jing, 2011, JOURNAL OF ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY-SCIENCE C-COMPUTERS & ELECTRONICS, V12, P828
Mirzasoleiman Baharan, 2011, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, V84,
Wang Wen-Xu, 2008, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, V77,
Motter AE, 2002, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, V66,
Liu H., 2009, Reliab. Eng. Syst. Saf., V93, P875
Wang Wen-Xu, 2011, CHAOS, V21,
Bao Z. J., 2008, PHYSICA A-STATISTICAL MECHANICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS, V387, P5922
Wu Zhi-Xi, 2008, JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL MECHANICS-THEORY AND EXPERIMENT,
Ramirez-Marquez Jose E., 2011, RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, V96, P374
van Eeten Michel, 2011, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, V89, P381
Liu Haibin, 2005, JOURNAL OF INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS, V11, P258
Ding Lijie, 2011, KYBERNETES, V40, P814
Wang Jian-Wei, 2011, SAFETY SCIENCE, V49, P807
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Title:Vulnerability Analysis and Critical Components Identification of Power Networks under Cascading Failures
Authors:Wang, SL; Zhang, JH; Gan, LZ
Author Full Names:Wang Shuliang; Zhang Jianhua; Gan Liangzhi
Edited by:Chen J; Zhao Q
Source:PROCEEDINGS OF THE 35TH CHINESE CONTROL CONFERENCE 2016, 6570-6574; 2016
Book Series:Chinese Control Conference
Language:English
Document Type:Proceedings Paper
Conference Title:35th Chinese Control Conference (CCC)
Conference Date:JUL 27-29, 2016
Conference Location:Chengdu, PEOPLES R CHINA
Conference Sponsors:Chinese Assoc Automat, Tech Comm Control Theory, Syst Engn Soc China, SW Jiaotong Univ, Chinese Acad Sci, Acad Math & Syst Sci, China Soc Indu & Appl Math, Univ Elect Sci & Technol China, Sichuan Univ, Asian Control Assocn, IEEE Control Syst Soc, Inst Control Robot & Syst, SocInstrument & Control Engineers, Sichuan Soc Automat & Instrument
Author Keywords:Critical infrastructures, Cascading failures, Vulnerability analysis, Critical components
KeyWords Plus:COUPLED MAP LATTICES
Abstract: Power network safety has become an important subject in safety science because power networks are basic support to modern infrastructures. This paper takes Central China Power Network (CCPN) as an example to study vulnerability and identify critical components under cascading failures induced by both node overload breakdowns and edge overload failures. As for cascading failures induced by edge overload failures, testing the response of power networks, it is concluded that the effect of different attack for network performance has close relation with the tolerate parameter and the adjustable parameter, and power networks have the best performance when the adjustable parameter equal 1 for different tolerate parameter. Meanwhile, we also find that key elements are those with high load and connections. As for cascading failures induced by node overload breakdowns, it has the similar results. Our findings will be helpful to protect the key elements to avoid cascading failure induced disasters, and they may be useful in furthering study of designing critical infrastructure systems.
Reprint Address:Wang, SL (reprint author), Jiangsu Normal Univ, Sch Elect Engn & Automat, Xuzhou 221116, Peoples R China.
Wang, SL (reprint author), Chongqing JiaotongUniv, Key Lab Hydraul & Waterway Engn, Minist Educ, Chongqing 400074, Peoples R China.
Addresses:[Wang Shuliang; Zhang Jianhua; Gan Liangzhi] Jiangsu Normal Univ, Sch Elect Engn & Automat, Xuzhou 221116, Peoples R China.
[Wang Shuliang] Chongqing JiaotongUniv, Key Lab Hydraul & Waterway Engn, Minist Educ, Chongqing 400074, Peoples R China.
E-mail Addresses:shuliang0820@sina.com; zhangjianhua@jsnu.edu.cn; lzh_box@163.com
Funding Acknowledgement:National Natural Science Foundations of China [61503166, 61304175]; National Engineering Research Center for InlandWaterway Regulation [SLK2014B05]; Scientific Research Foundation of Chongqing Education Commission [KJ1400329]
Funding Text:This work is jointly supported by National Natural Science Foundations of China (No. 61503166, No. 61304175), and the National Engineering Research Center for InlandWaterway Regulation (SLK2014B05). Scientific Research Foundation of Chongqing Education Commission (KJ1400329).
Cited Reference Count:17
Times Cited:0
Publisher:IEEE, 345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA
ISSN:2161-2927
ISBN:978-9-8815-6391-0
IDS Number:BH4FH
Unique ID: WOS:000400282202162
Cited References:
Bao Zhe-jing, 2011, JOURNAL OF ZHEJIANG UNIVERSITY-SCIENCE C-COMPUTERS & ELECTRONICS, V12, P828
Mirzasoleiman Baharan, 2011, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, V84,
Wang Wen-Xu, 2008, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, V77,
Motter AE, 2002, PHYSICAL REVIEW E, V66,
Liu H., 2009, Reliab. Eng. Syst. Saf., V93, P875
Wang Wen-Xu, 2011, CHAOS, V21,
Bao Z. J., 2008, PHYSICA A-STATISTICAL MECHANICS AND ITS APPLICATIONS, V387, P5922
Wu Zhi-Xi, 2008, JOURNAL OF STATISTICAL MECHANICS-THEORY AND EXPERIMENT,
Ramirez-Marquez Jose E., 2011, RELIABILITY ENGINEERING & SYSTEM SAFETY, V96, P374
van Eeten Michel, 2011, PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION, V89, P381
Liu Haibin, 2005, JOURNAL OF INFRASTRUCTURE SYSTEMS, V11, P258
Ding Lijie, 2011, KYBERNETES, V40, P814
Wang Jian-Wei, 2011, SAFETY SCIENCE, V49, P807
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Title:Global Exponential Stability of Periodic Solution for Complex-Valued Neural Networks with Time-Varying Delay
Authors:Zhao, ZJ; Song, QK
Author Full Names:Zhao Zhenjiang; Song Qiankun
Edited by:Chen J; Zhao Q
Source:PROCEEDINGS OF THE 35TH CHINESE CONTROL CONFERENCE 2016, 3642-3647; 2016
Book Series:Chinese Control Conference
Language:English
Document Type:Proceedings Paper
Conference Title:35th Chinese Control Conference (CCC)
Conference Date:JUL 27-29, 2016
Conference Location:Chengdu, PEOPLES R CHINA
Conference Sponsors:Chinese Assoc Automat, Tech Comm Control Theory, Syst Engn Soc China, SW Jiaotong Univ, Chinese Acad Sci, Acad Math & Syst Sci, China Soc Indu & Appl Math, Univ Elect Sci & Technol China, Sichuan Univ, Asian Control Assocn, IEEE Control Syst Soc, Inst Control Robot & Syst, SocInstrument & Control Engineers, Sichuan Soc Automat & Instrument
Author Keywords:Complex-valued Neural Networks, Periodic Solution, Time-Varying Delay, Stability
KeyWords Plus:DEPENDENT STABILITY; DYNAMICS; EXISTENCE
Abstract: In this paper, the complex-valued neural networks with both periodic time-varying delays and coefficients is considered. A sufficient criterion is established to ensure the existence, uniqueness and global exponential stability of periodic solution for the considered complex-valued neural networks. When these coefficients are constants, a stability criterion is derived to the existence, uniqueness and global exponential stability of equilibrium point. Two examples with numerical simulations are given to demonstrate the efficiency of obtained results.
Reprint Address:Zhao, ZJ (reprint author), Huzhou Univ, Dept Math, Huzhou 313000, Peoples R China.
Addresses:[Zhao Zhenjiang] Huzhou Univ, Dept Math, Huzhou 313000, Peoples R China.
[Song Qiankun] Chongqing JiaotongUniv, Dept Math, Chongqing 400074, Peoples R China.
E-mail Addresses:zhaozjcn@163.com; qiankunsong@163.com
Funding Acknowledgement:National Natural Science Foundation of China [61273021, 61473332]
Funding Text:This work is supported by National Natural Science Foundation of China under Grants 61273021 and 61473332.
Cited Reference Count:30
Times Cited:0
Publisher:IEEE, 345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA
ISSN:2161-2927
ISBN:978-9-8815-6391-0
IDS Number:BH4FH
Unique ID: WOS:000400282200023