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**一、2021年1月云师大化学学科首次进入ESI全球排名前1%**

**https://www.ynnu.edu.cn/info/1099/23819.htm**

根据科睿唯安公司2021年1月21日发布的最新ESI数据显示，云南师范大学化学学科首次进入ESI学科全球排名前1%。

本次数据的统计区间为2010年1月1日至2020年10月31日。在此期间，我校共有607篇化学学科论文被SCI收录，总被引频次为8682次，位列全球1418个上榜机构的第1409位，篇均被引频次为14.3次，其中有8篇为高被引论文。

Essential Science Indicators（基本科学指标，简称ESI）数据库每2个月更新一次。

本次云南省共有5所高校11个学科进入ESI全球排名前1%，其中昆明理工大学5个、云南大学3个、云南师范大学1个、云南农业大学1个、昆明医科大学1个。

**二、2021年5月云师大工程学科首次进入ESI全球排名前1%**

**https://www.ynnu.edu.cn/info/1099/24333.htm**

根据科睿唯安公司2021年5月17日发布的最新ESI数据显示，云南师范大学工程学科首次进入ESI全球排名前1%，化学学科连续入围ESI全球排名前1%。Essential Science Indicators（基本科学指标，简称ESI）数据库每2个月更新一次。

在新一期ESI全球榜单中，我校工程学科共有285篇论文被SCI收录，总被引频次为3034次，位列全球1722个上榜机构的第1706位，篇均被引频次为10.65次，其中有7篇为高被引论文。我校化学学科共有588篇论文被SCI收录，总被引频次为8661次，位列全球1421个上榜机构的第1394位（较上期提升了15位），篇均被引频次为14.73次，其中有7篇为高被引论文。

本次云南省共有5所高校13个学科进入ESI全球排名前1%，其中昆明理工大学5个、云南大学4个、云南师范大学2个、云南农业大学1个、昆明医科大学1个。

**三、2023年3月云师大植物学与动物学学科进入ESI全球前1%**

**https://www.ynnu.edu.cn/info/1102/27779.htm**

记者10日从云南师范大学获悉，据科睿唯安(Clarivate)近日公布的ESI(基本科学指标数据库)数据显示，该校“植物学与动物学”学科首次进入ESI全球排名前1%。

在本期ESI数据覆盖范围(2012年1月1日至2022年12月31日)，云南师范大学“植物学与动物学”学科共发表论文242篇，总被引频次3312次，高被引论文5篇，全球排名第1649位。此次新增“植物学与动物学”学科进入ESI前1%，是该校继获得国家重点研发计划青年科学家项目的又一突破。至此，包括“植物学与动物学”学科在内，该校共有3个学科进入ESI全球前1%。

近年来，云南师范大学“生物学”学科发展迅速，建设成效显著，拥有生物学一级学科博士学位授予权，建有博士后流动站。学科团队在Nature Communication、Nature Plant、The Plant Cell等国际知名学术期刊发表多篇研究论文，形成鲜明的特色和优势。此次入选的“植物学与动物学”学科，依托中国西南乃至东南亚显著生物多样性和良好自然禀赋，致力服务云南高原特色现代农业发展和生态文明建设。

据悉，ESI是基于Web of Science(SCIE/SSCI)所收录的全球12000多种学术期刊文献记录而建立的计量分析数据库，已成为当今世界范围内普遍用以评价高校、学术机构、国家/地区国际学术水平及影响力的重要评价指标工具之一。(完)

**四、2024年3月，云师大数学学科首次进入ESI全球排名前1%**

**https://www.ynnu.edu.cn/shpgw/info/1031/1184.htm**

据科睿唯安（Clarivate）2024年3月15日公布的ESI数据显示，我校数学（Mathematics）学科首次进入ESI全球排名前1%。至此，我校共有4个学科进入ESI全球前1%，学科具体表现如下。

据统计，在本期ESI数据覆盖范围（2013年1月1日至2023年12月31日），我校数学学科共发表论文452篇，总被引频次5141次，高被引论文17篇，全球排名第381位。

从学校整体情况来看，在ESI统计的22个学科中，我校的论文数增至4265篇，总被引频次增至52491次，高被引论文共53篇。我校的ESI全球总排名上升至第3228位，对比去年同期提升58位。

Essential Science Indicators（基本科学指标，简称ESI）数据库是基于科睿唯安公司Web of Science收录的全球12,000多种期刊建立的深度分析型研究工具。ESI拥有客观的科研绩效基准值，每2个月更新一次。

**以下是2024年3月更行的云师大高被引论文明细：**

1.Semantics lead all: Towards unified image registration and fusion from a semantic perspective

Xie, HS; Zhang, YK; (...); Zhong, JBOct 2023INFORMATION FUSION 98

Infrared-visible image registration and fusion are closely related processes, and it is an attractive problem to implement coordinated registration and fusion in a unified framework. The registration accuracy of existing methods fails to satisfy the fusion needs in some scenarios, which affects the fusion visual performance. In addition, as an image preprocessing step, the speed of the network

15Citations

Jiang, YY; Hossain, MR; (...); Badeeb, RAMar 2023 (Early Access)JOURNAL OF THE KNOWLEDGE ECONOMY

Research and development's role in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals is crucial. More specifically, to achieve a sustainable environment, the role of environment-related research and development expenditures, along with renewable energy research and development, is also important. This study focuses on the sustainable development perspective and the role of a sustainable environment

15Citations

Liu, J; Huang, XQ; (...); Tai, YHMar 15 2023ENERGY CONVERSION AND MANAGEMENT 280

Accurate and reliable solar irradiance forecasting is critical for distribution planning and modern smart grid management and dispatch. However, due to the time series of solar irradiance with the nonlinearity and nonstationarity, some researches up to now are still unsatisfactory in terms of prediction accuracy and model generalization ability. Therefore, to improve the comprehensive performan

21Citations

Koohang, A; Nord, JH; (...); Wong, LWMay 4 2023JOURNAL OF COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS 63 (3) , pp.735-765

The term metaverse is described as the next iteration of the Internet. Metaverse is a virtual platform that uses extended reality technologies, i.e. augmented reality, virtual reality, mixed reality, 3D graphics, and other emerging technologies to allow real-time interactions and experiences in ways that are not possible in the physical world. Companies have begun to notice the impact of the me

77Citations

5.Government Digital Transformation: Understanding the Role of Government Social Media

Yuan, YP; Dwivedi, YK; (...); Currie, WJan 2023GOVERNMENT INFORMATION QUARTERLY 40 (1)

Government social media has been integrated as part of the government administrative tools to improve public service and promote public goals. However, the current government information literature is limited to under-standing government social media adoption and its purpose for political marketing. The present study seeks to understand the role of government social media in promoting governmen 12Citations

6.Root-secreted bitter triterpene modulates the rhizosphere microbiota to improve plant fitness

Zhong, Y; Xun, WB; (...); Shang, YAug 2022NATURE PLANTS 8 (8) , pp.887-+

Root exudates play a key role in modulating the soil microbiota. The export of bitter triterpenes (mediated by a Multidrug and Toxic Compound Extrusion protein) shapes the rhizosphere, leading to robust disease resistance.

Underground microbial ecosystems have profound impacts on plant health(1-5). Recently, essential roles have been shown for plant specialized metabolites in shaping the

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7.Genome evolution and diversity of wild and cultivated potatoes

Tang, D; Jia, YX; (...); Huang, SWJun 16 2022NATURE 606 (7914) , pp.535-+

Potato (Solanum tuberosum L.) is the world's most important non-cereal food crop, and the vast majority of commercially grown cultivars are highly heterozygous tetraploids. Advances in diploid hybrid breeding based on true seeds have the potential to revolutionize future potato breeding and production(1)(-4). So far, relatively few studies have examined the genome evolution and diversity of wil

101Citations

Wang, YY; Liu, JB; (...); Zeng, LXApr 15 2022CARBON 189 , pp.46-56

Na/K-ion batteries (SIBs/PIBs) owing to their low cost, earth abundance, appropriate redox potential and comparable electrochemical performance, have gained ever-growing attention. Nevertheless, it remains a major challenge for high performance of SIBs/PIBs applications. Herein, with the assistance of waste chlorella as the reactor and phosphorous source, we designed few-layered tin sulfides im

85Citations

Ni, XW; Wang, ZX; (...); Ali, SAug 2022RESOURCES POLICY

Natural resource abundance has long been one of the most resilient elements of output, having a contrary relationship with economic growth known as the resource curse. From the exploitation of natural resources through their eventual usage, developed counties have been facing a number of environmental concerns at various phases. Hence, limiting rising CO2 emissions due to resource exploitation

30Citations

Huang, XQ; Li, Q; (...); Liu, WMMay 1 2022ENERGY 246

More and more photovoltaic (PV) power generation is incorporated into the grid. However, the intermittence and fluctuation of solar energy have brought huge challenges to the safe and stable operation of the power grid. PV power forecasting is one of the effective ways to solve the above problems, so it has become an important research topic. However, the existing research based on deep learnin

51Citations

Liu, J; Xu, QL; (...); Huang, XMar 2022ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS 136

Under conditions of rapid urbanization, quantitative measurement of the expansion characteristics of urban landscapes and evaluation of their spatial and temporal differentiation properties is an important scientific problem. The Multi-order Adjacency Index (MAI) is an effective indicator of the quantitative characteristics of urban landscape expansion; however, it cannot directly reflect the s

46Citations

12.Review on efficiency improvement effort of perovskite solar cell

Zhang, HL; Ji, X; (...); Li, JSFeb 2022SOLAR ENERGY 233 , pp.421-434

Perovskite materials have outstanding optical and electronic properties. In recent years, the power conversion efficiency (PCE) of perovskite solar cells (PSCs) in the laboratory has raised rapidly from 3.8% to 25.5%. It has the potential to further improve the PCE of solar cells and approach the Shockley-Queisser (SQ) limit. For preparing high-efficiency PSCs, the chemical composition tuning a

63Citations

Gao, W; Veeresha, P; (...); Baskonus, HMFeb 2022FRACTAL AND FRACTIONAL 6 (2)

In this paper, we analyzed and found the solution for a suitable nonlinear fractional dynamical system that describes coronavirus (2019-nCoV) using a novel computational method. A compartmental model with four compartments, namely, susceptible, infected, reported and unreported, was adopted and modified to a new model incorporating fractional operators. In particular, by using a modified predic

45Citations

Yuan, C; Jia, WY; (...); Cui, YJan 19 2022JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 144 (2) , pp.891-900

High-performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) and gas chromatography (GC) over chiral stationary phases (CSPs) represent the most popular and highly applicable technology in the field of chiral separation, but there are currently no CSPs that can be used for both liquid and gas chromatography simultaneously. We demonstrate here that two olefin-linked covalent organic frameworks (COFs) featuring

65Citations

Li, C; Wu, YM; (...); Li, CDec 2021ECOLOGICAL INDICATORS 132

Key ecological function areas are responsible for protecting and restoring ecosystems and alleviating regional ecological deterioration. Revealing the inherent relationship between land use/cover (LULC) change and ecosystem service value (ESV) in such areas is of great significance for sustainable development. We used LULC and other data from 2000, 2010, and 2018 to analyze the spatiotemporal e

148Citations

16.The Taxus genome provides insights into paclitaxel biosynthesis

Xiong, XY; Gou, JB; (...); Yan, JBAug 2021NATURE PLANTS 7 (8) , pp.1026-+

The ancient gymnosperm genus Taxus is the exclusive source of the anticancer drug paclitaxel, yet no reference genome sequences are available for comprehensively elucidating the paclitaxel biosynthesis pathway. We have completed a chromosome-level genome of Taxus chinensis var. mairei with a total length of 10.23 gigabases. Taxus shared an ancestral whole-genome duplication with the coniferophy

95Citations

17.Strong Interacting Internal Waves in Rotating Ocean: Novel Fractional Approach

Veeresha, P; Baskonus, HM and Gao, WJun 2021AXIOMS 10 (2)

The main objective of the present study is to analyze the nature and capture the corresponding consequences of the solution obtained for the Gardner-Ostrovsky equation with the help of the q-homotopy analysis transform technique (q-HATT). In the rotating ocean, the considered equations exemplify strong interacting internal waves. The fractional operator employed in the present study is used in

41Citations

Wang, YC; Cobo, AA and Franz, AKAug 7 2021ORGANIC CHEMISTRY FRONTIERS 8 (15) , pp.4315-4348

Asymmetric catalytic multicomponent cascade reactions have become indispensable tools for enantioselective construction of spirooxindoles. In recent years, a number of successful strategies have been developed for the synthesis of enantioenriched spirooxindoles in high yield with excellent stereo- and regioselectivity. This review summarizes the recent advances on enantioselective construction

119Citations

Li, HF; Qiu, KJ; (...); Tao, CMay 2021IEEE GEOSCIENCE AND REMOTE SENSING LETTERS 18 (5) , pp.905-909

High-resolution remote sensing images (HRRSIs) contain substantial ground object information, such as texture, shape, and spatial location. Semantic segmentation, which is an important task for element extraction, has been widely used in processing mass HRRSIs. However, HRRSIs often exhibit large intraclass variance and small interclass variance due to the diversity and complexity of ground obj

118Citations

Wu, YL; Li, XF; (...); Xu, QMar 2021ADVANCED MATERIALS 33 (12)

The electrochemical hydrogen evolution reaction (HER) is an attractive technology for the mass production of hydrogen. Ru-based materials are promising electrocatalysts owing to the similar bonding strength with hydrogen but much lower cost than Pt catalysts. Herein, an ordered macroporous superstructure of N-doped nanoporous carbon anchored with the ultrafine Ru nanoclusters as electrocatalyti

228Citations

21.Review on recent progress of lead-free halide perovskites in optoelectronic applications

Li, JB; Duan, JL; (...); Tang, QWFeb 2021NANO ENERGY 80

In the last decade, organic-inorganic hybrid lead-halide perovskites have been attracted tremendous attentions in the photovoltaic and optoelectronic community. Especially for perovskite solar cells (PSCs), the certified efficiency is up to as high as 25.5%, which has surpassed polycrystalline silicon solar cells and is comparable to the monocrystalline silicon solar cells. Till now, although t

123Citations

22.Dynamical behaviors to the coupled Schrodinger-Boussinesq system with the beta derivative

Ismael, HF; Bulut, H; (...); Gao, W2021AIMS MATHEMATICS 6 (7) , pp.7909-7928

In this paper, the modified auxiliary expansion method is used to construct some new soliton solutions of coupled Schrodinger-Boussinesq system that includes beta derivative. The new exact solution is obtained have a hyperbolic function, trigonometric function, exponential function, and rational function. These solutions might appreciate in laser and plasma sciences. It is shown that this metho

38Citations

23.Hourly forecasting of solar irradiance based on CEEMDAN and multi-strategy CNN-LSTM neural networks

Gao, BX; Huang, XQ; (...); Zhang, JDec 2020RENEWABLE ENERGY 162 , pp.1665-1683

Accurate and reliable solar irradiance forecasting can bring significant benefits for managing electricity generation and distributing modern smart grid. However, the characteristics of instability, intermittence, and randomness make an accurate prediction of solar irradiance very difficult. To exploit fully solar irradiance by the successful scheduling of electricity generation and smart grid,

173Citations

24.A new study of unreported cases of 2019-nCOV epidemic outbreaks

Gao, W; Veeresha, P; (...); Kumar, PSep 2020CHAOS SOLITONS & FRACTALS 138

2019-nCOV epidemic is one of the greatest threat that the mortality faced since the World War-2 and most decisive global health calamity of the century. In this manuscript, we study the epidemic prophecy for the novel coronavirus (2019-nCOV) epidemic in Wuhan, China by using q-homotopy analysis transform method (q-HATM). We considered the reported case data to parameterise the model and to iden

183Citations

Gao, W; Baskonus, HM and Shi, LAug 3 2020ADVANCES IN DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS 2020 (1)

According to the report presented by the World Health Organization, a new member of viruses, namely, coronavirus, shortly 2019-nCoV, which arised in Wuhan, China, on January 7, 2020, has been introduced to the literature. The main aim of this paper is investigating and finding the optimal values for better understanding the mathematical model of the transfer of 2019-nCoV from the reservoir to p

108Citations

Gao, W; Veeresha, P; (...); Yel, GMay 2020CHAOS SOLITONS & FRACTALS 134

In this paper, numerical solution of the mathematical model describing the deathly disease in pregnant women with fractional order is investigated with the help of q-homotopy analysis transform method (q-HATM). This sophisticated and important model is consisted of a system of four equations, which illustrate a deathly disease spreading pregnant women called Lassa hemorrhagic fever disease. The

107Citations

27.Signaling Role of Glutamate in Plants

Qiu, XM; Sun, YY; (...); Li, ZGJan 24 2020FRONTIERS IN PLANT SCIENCE 10

It is well known that glutamate (Glu), a neurotransmitter in human body, is a protein amino acid. It plays a very important role in plant growth and development. Nowadays, Glu has been found to emerge as signaling role. Under normal conditions, Glu takes part in seed germination, root architecture, pollen germination, and pollen tube growth. Under stress conditions, Glu participates in wound re

132Citations

28.New complex wave patterns to the electrical transmission line model arising in network system

Gao, W; Senel, M; (...); Senel, B2020AIMS MATHEMATICS 5 (3) , pp.1881-1892

This study reveals new voltage behaviors to the electrical transmission line equation in a network system by using the newly presented sine-Gordon equation function method. It is commented about these behaviors which come from different simulations of results obtained in this paper. Many illustrations are offered to validate our analytical results. Linear stability analysis is also investigated

62Citations

29.Complex solitons in the conformable (2+1)-dimensional Ablowitz-Kaup-Newell-Segur equation

Gao, W; Yell, G; (...); Cattani, C2020AIMS MATHEMATICS 5 (1) , pp.507-521

In this paper, we study on the conformable (2+1)-dimensional Ablowitz-KaupNewellSegur equation in order to show the existence of complex combined dark-bright soliton solutions. To this purpose an effective method which is the sine-Gordon expansion method is used. The 2D and 3D surfaces under some suitable values of parameters are also plotted.

153Citations

Gao, W; Dimitrov, D and Abdo, HAug-sep 2019DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS-SERIES S 12 (4-5) , pp.711-721

The problem of data transmission in communication network can be transformed into the problem of fractional factor existing in graph theory. In recent years, the data transmission problem in the specific network conditions has received a great deal of attention, and it raises new demands to the corresponding mathematical model. Under this background, many advanced results are presented on fract

107Citations

31.AN INDEPENDENT SET DEGREE CONDITION FOR FRACTIONAL CRITICAL DELETED GRAPHS

Gao, W; Guirao, JLG; (...); Xi, WFAug-sep 2019DISCRETE AND CONTINUOUS DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS-SERIES S 12 (4-5) , pp.877-886

Let i >= 2, Delta >= 0, 1 <= a <= b - Delta, n > (a+b)(ib+2m-2)/a + n' and delta(G) >= b(2)/a n' + 2m, and let g, f be two integer-valued functions defined on V(G) such that a <= g(x) <= f(x) - Delta <= b - Delta for each x is an element of V(G). In this article, it is determined that G is a fractional (g, f, n', m)-critical deleted graph if max{d(1), d(2), ... , d(i)) >= b(n+n')/a+b for any in

32.Different states of multi-block based forecast engine for price and load prediction

Gao, W; Darvishan, A; (...); Ghadimi, NJan 2019INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ELECTRICAL POWER & ENERGY SYSTEMS 104 , pp.423-435

This work proposes different prediction models based on multi-block forecast engine for load and price forecast in electricity market. Due to high correlation of load and price signals, the density of this reaction can affect the demand curve and shift it in market. Furthermore, to improve the operation and planning improvement in the power system, an accurate prediction model can play an impor

202Citations

33.Partial multi-dividing ontology learning algorithm

Gao, W; Guirao, JLG; (...); Wu, JZOct 2018INFORMATION SCIENCES 467 , pp.35-58

As an effective data representation, storage, management, calculation and model for analysis, ontology has attracted more and more attention by researchers and it has been applied to various engineering disciplines. In the background of big data, the ontology is expected to increase the amount of data information and the structure of its corresponding ontology graph has become more important du

173Citations

34.Generation of self-compatible diploid potato by knockout of S-RNase

Ye, MW; Peng, Z; (...); Huang, SWSep 2018NATURE PLANTS 4 (9) , pp.651-654

Re-domestication of potato into an inbred line-based diploid crop propagated by seed represents a promising alternative to traditional clonal propagation of tetraploid potato, but self-incompatibility has hindered the development of inbred lines. To address this problem, we created self-compatible diploid potatoes by knocking out the self-incompatibility gene S-RNase using the CRISPR-Cas9 syste

144Citations

35.Study of biological networks using graph theory

Gao, W; Wu, HL; (...); Baig, AQSep 2018SAUDI JOURNAL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES 25 (6) , pp.1212-1219

As an effective modeling, analysis and computational tool, graph theory is widely used in biological mathematics to deal with various biology problems. In the field of microbiology, graph can express the molecular structure, where cell, gene or protein can be denoted as a vertex, and the connect element can be regarded as an edge. In this way, the biological activity characteristic can be measu

208Citations

36.Past and future global transformation of terrestrial ecosystems under climate change

Nolan, C; Overpeck, JT; (...); Jackson, STAug 31 2018SCIENCE 361 (6405) , pp.920-923

Impacts of global climate change on terrestrial ecosystems are imperfectly constrained by ecosystem models and direct observations. Pervasive ecosystem transformations occurred in response to warming and associated climatic changes during the last glacial-to-interglacial transition, which was comparable in magnitude to warming projected for the next century under high-emission scenarios. We rev

299Citations

37.A TIGHT NEIGHBORHOOD UNION CONDITION ON FRACTIONAL (g, f,n′,m)-CRITICAL DELETED GRAPHS

Gao, W and Wang, WF2017COLLOQUIUM MATHEMATICUM 149 (2) , pp.291-298

A graph G is called a fractional (g, f, n', m)-critical deleted graph if it remains a fractional (g, f, m)-deleted graph after deleting any n' vertices. We prove that if G is a graph of order n, 1 <= a <= g(x) <= f(x) <= b for any x is an element of V (G), delta(G) >= b(2)/a+n'+2m, n > ((a vertical bar b)(2(a vertical bar b) 2m - 1) vertical bar bn')/a, and | N-G(x(1)) U N-G (X-2)| >= b(n verti

69Citations

38.NEW ISOLATED TOUGHNESS CONDITION FOR FRACTIONAL (g, f, n) - CRITICAL GRAPH

Gao, W and Wang, WF2017COLLOQUIUM MATHEMATICUM 147 (1) , pp.55-65

Let i(G) be the number of isolated vertices in a graph G. The isolated toughness of G is defined as I(G)=8 if G is complete, and I(G) = infinity if G is complete, and I(G) = min{vertical bar S vertical bar/i(G - S): S subset of V(G), i(G - S) >= 2} otherwise. We show that G is a fractional (g, f, n)-critical graph if I(G) >= (b(2) + bn - Delta)/a, where a,b are positive integers, 1 <= a <= b, b

82Citations

39.The fifth geometric-arithmetic index of bridge graph and carbon nanocones

Gao, W and Wang, WF2017JOURNAL OF DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS AND APPLICATIONS 23 (1-2) , pp.100-109

As an important topological index, the fifth geometric-arithmetic index is used to test the chemical properties of chemical compounds, nanomaterials and drugs. In this paper, by means of graph structure analysis and edge dividing technology, the formulate for calculating the fifth geometric-arithmetic index of bridge graph is given. Furthermore, we present the fifth geometric-arithmetic index o

136Citations

Xu, JC; Pan, J; (...); Zhang, JFMar 15 2016BIOSENSORS & BIOELECTRONICS 77 , pp.725-732

In this study, we report a ratiometric fluorescent probe (CZBI) for sulfur dioxide (SO2) derivatives based on the conjugate of carbazole and benzo[e]indolium, which displays colorimetric and ratiometric fluorescence dual response to HSO3-. The probe can quantitatively detect HSO3- with high specificity, fast response (within 40 s) as well as low detection limit (10 nM). A 1,4-nucleophilic addit

235Citations

41.Advanced applications of solar energy in agricultural greenhouses

Hassanien, RHE; Li, M and Lin, WDFeb 2016RENEWABLE & SUSTAINABLE ENERGY REVIEWS 54 , pp.989-1001

Energy is the largest overhead cost in the production of agricultural greenhouse crops in temperate climates. Moreover, the initial cost of fossil fuels and traditional energy are dramatically increasing. The negative environmental impacts, limited sources of fossil fuels and a high consumption of energy and food have caused the increase in demand for solar energy as a green and sustainable cho

213Citations

42.Multiple mixed states of nodal solutions for nonlinear Schrodinger systems

Liu, JQ; Liu, XQ and Wang, ZQMar 2015CALCULUS OF VARIATIONS AND PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 52 (3-4) , pp.565-586

In this paper we develop a general critical point theory to deal with existence and locations of multiple critical points produced by minimax methods in relation to multiple invariant sets of the associated gradient flow. The motivation is to study non-trivial nodal solutions with each component sign-changing for a class of nonlinear Schrodinger systems which arise from Bose-Einstein condensate

99Citations

Zhang, XF; Wang, L; (...); Qin, LJJan 7 2015JOURNAL OF INEQUALITIES AND APPLICATIONS

In this paper, an iterative algorithm is introduced to solve the split common fixed point problem for asymptotically nonexpansive mappings in Hilbert spaces. The iterative algorithm presented in this paper is shown to possess strong convergence for the split common fixed point problem of asymptotically nonexpansive mappings although the mappings do not have semi-compactness. Our results improve

1,100Citations

Xiao, X; Zhang, P and Li, MJul 2014INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THERMAL SCIENCES 81 , pp.94-105

The thermal conductivity of phase change material (PCM) significantly affects the thermal performance of latent heat thermal energy storage (LHTES) system, which is attractive for energy conservation and waste heat utilization. Metal foam can be applied to enhance the low thermal conductivity of pure PCM. In the present study, copper foam and nickel foam with various porosities and pore sizes w

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Tang, LB; Ji, RB; (...); Lau, SPJun 2014ACS NANO 8 (6) , pp.6312-6320

Material that can emit broad spectral wavelengths covering deep ultraviolet, visible, and near-infrared is highly desirable. It can lead to important applications such as broadband modulators, photodetectors, solar cells, bioimaging, and fiber communications. However, there is currently no material that meets such desirable requirement. Here, we report the layered structure of nitrogen-doped gr

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46.Fluorescence and Colorimetric Chemosensors for Fluoride-Ion Detection

Zhou, Y; Zhang, JF and Yoon, JMay 28 2014CHEMICAL REVIEWS 114 (10) , pp.5511-5571921Citations

47.Multiple solutions for quasilinear Schrodinger equations with a parameter

Wu, XApr 1 2014JOURNAL OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 256 (7) , pp.2619-2632

In this paper, we study the following quasilinear Schrodinger equations of the form

-Delta u + V(x)u - Delta(vertical bar u vertical bar(2 alpha))vertical bar u vertical bar(2 alpha-2)u=g(x, u), x epsilon R-N,

where 1 >= alpha > 1/2, V epsilon C(R-N,R), g epsilon C(R-N, R,R). Using some special techniques, the existence of positive solutions, negative solutions and sequence of high

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48.One-class kernel subspace ensemble for medical image classification

Zhang, YG; Zhang, BL; (...); Lu, WJFeb 7 2014EURASIP JOURNAL ON ADVANCES IN SIGNAL PROCESSING

Classification of medical images is an important issue in computer-assisted diagnosis. In this paper, a classification scheme based on a one-class kernel principle component analysis (KPCA) model ensemble has been proposed for the classification of medical images. The ensemble consists of one-class KPCA models trained using different image features from each image class, and a proposed product

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Li, XM; Lau, SP; (...); Yang, PZ2014NANOSCALE 6 (10) , pp.5323-5328

Sulphur-doped carbon-based materials have attracted a great deal of interest because of their important applications in the fields of oxygen reduction reactions, hydrogen storage, supercapacitors, photocatalysts and lithium ion batteries. Here, we report a new member of sulphur-doped carbon-based materials, i e. sulphur doped graphene quantum dots (S-GQDs). The S-GQDs were prepared by a hydroth

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50.Preparation and thermal characterization of paraffin/metal foam composite phase change material

Xiao, X; Zhang, P and Li, M4th International Conference on Applied Energy (ICAE)Dec 2013APPLIED ENERGY 112 , pp.1357-1366

The utilization of paraffin in the latent thermal energy storage (LTES) system for solar energy storage is hampered by its low thermal conductivity. Paraffin/nickel foam and paraffin/copper foam composite phase change materials (PCMs) were prepared using a vacuum impregnation method in the present study. The impregnation ratios which reflect the actual mass fraction of pure paraffin impregnated

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Zhao, LG; Liu, HD and Zhao, FKJul 1 2013JOURNAL OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 255 (1) , pp.1-23

In this paper we study a system of Schrodinger-Poisson equations

{-Delta u + lambda V(x)u + K(x)phi u = vertical bar u vertical bar(p-2)u, in R-3,

-Delta phi = K(x)u(2), in R-3,

where lambda > 0 is a parameter, 2 < p < 6. Under suitable assumptions on V and K, the existence of nontrivial solution and concentration results are obtained via variational methods. In particular, th

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52.QUASILINEAR ELLIPTIC EQUATIONS VIA PERTURBATION METHOD

Liu, XQ; Liu, JQ and Wang, ZQJan 2013PROCEEDINGS OF THE AMERICAN MATHEMATICAL SOCIETY 141 (1) , pp.253-263

We present a new approach to studying a class of quasilinear problems including the so-called Modified Nonlinear Schrodinger Equations (MNLS). We show that solutions of quasilinear equations can be obtained as limits of 4-Laplacian perturbations.

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53.Quasi linear elliptic equations with critical growth via perturbation method

Liu, XQ; Liu, JQ and Wang, ZQJan 1 2013JOURNAL OF DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS 254 (1) , pp.102-124

We consider a class of quasilinear Schrodinger equations which include the Modified Nonlinear Schrodinger Equations. A new perturbation approach is used to treat the critical exponent case giving new existence results. (c) 2012 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

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