Experimental results on ORL (Olivetti Research Laboratory) and Yale face database show that correct recognition rate by WT-2DICA is higher than that by 2DPCA and 2DICA respectively, and the method in this paper valid in face recognition.

基于ORL(Olivetti Research Laboratory)与Yale人脸数据库的实验结果表明,WT-2DICA算法正确识别率高于2DPCA算法与2DICA算法,是一种有效的人脸识别方法。

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Conclusion This study stabilized porcine SIS by GA and methylene blue for the first time,and through comparing their biomechanical properties of uniaxial tensility,it was testified that the method of photooxidation shall be developed as a valid treatment to crosslink SIS.

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The result of the analytical model and that of ANSYS model prove that the method of analytical computation is consistent with that of ANSYS, and the method of analytical computation is correct and valid.

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The uniformly valid asymptotic expansion of solution is obtained.

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The gravitational field and the motion of matter in the universe are investigated according to Einstein's field equations and his dynamical equations of motion. In a spatially isotropic and homogeneous space-time continuum it can be shown that up to about 2x10~8 l.y. the following relation holds between spectrum displacement δλ from distant spiral nebulae and their observa-tionally defined distance d,where A is Einstein's cosmological constant. The first term on the right hand side is essentially Hubble and...

The gravitational field and the motion of matter in the universe are investigated according to Einstein's field equations and his dynamical equations of motion. In a spatially isotropic and homogeneous space-time continuum it can be shown that up to about 2x10~8 l.y. the following relation holds between spectrum displacement δλ from distant spiral nebulae and their observa-tionally defined distance d,where A is Einstein's cosmological constant. The first term on the right hand side is essentially Hubble and Humason's velocity-distance relation. The second part is a correction which amounts to 11.5% for d2x10~8 l.y. and hence lies within observational error of the present Mt. Wilson 100-inch telescope. The theory shows that both Milne's recent Newtonian theory of the expanding universe and Lemaitre's interpretation of tha velocity-distance are first order approximations and are valid only within 2xl08 l,y. from our galaxy. The calculation for the phenomsna of nebular recession beyond 2xl08 l.y. to be observed by the 200-inch telescope now under construction according to the present scheme will be presented in the near future.

In the statistical theory of superlattices in binary alloys, the dependence of the interaction energy upon atomic arrangements is taken into account by regarding the interaction energy in Bethe's theory as an average quantity depending on the degree of order and the composition of the alloy. Two simple assumptions concerning the functional relationship of the interaction energy with order and composition are made. The first is a linear function of order and composition. The second is a linear function of the...

In the statistical theory of superlattices in binary alloys, the dependence of the interaction energy upon atomic arrangements is taken into account by regarding the interaction energy in Bethe's theory as an average quantity depending on the degree of order and the composition of the alloy. Two simple assumptions concerning the functional relationship of the interaction energy with order and composition are made. The first is a linear function of order and composition. The second is a linear function of the average numbers of pairs of atoms. The result of applying these assumptions to superlattices of the type AB is that the critical temperature as a function of the composition is a maximum for equal sumber of A and B atoms only when a certain relation between the coefficients in the assumed function is satisfied. In the cass of superlattices of type AB3 the theory of Bragg and Williams is used for simplicity. It is shown that when the composition varies, the maximum of the critical temperature may occur at any desired composition by a suitables adjustment of the coefficients in the assumed functions. There is thus a hope of removing the discrepancy between theory and experiment on this line. The anomalous specific heat at the critical temperature is also calculated for different compositions. In the case of the AB type of superlattices, Bethe's formula for the energy is no longer valid, and in order to calculate the specific heat, an approximate formula for the energy is obtained by analogy with the theory of Bragg and Williams. Finally, the problem of separation into more than one phase is briefly discussed.

Even though in the application of adsorption to industry or research one almost never deals with solutions containing only a single solute, yet the number of investigations on the adsorption from mixed solutions is very limited. Following the lead of Freundlich the generally held opinion is that the effect of one adsorbate on the adsorption of another is simple displacement. While this may be true for some special cases, it is undoubtedly too simple to be of general validity, because the various interactions,...

Even though in the application of adsorption to industry or research one almost never deals with solutions containing only a single solute, yet the number of investigations on the adsorption from mixed solutions is very limited. Following the lead of Freundlich the generally held opinion is that the effect of one adsorbate on the adsorption of another is simple displacement. While this may be true for some special cases, it is undoubtedly too simple to be of general validity, because the various interactions, such as solid-solvent, solute-solute, solute-solvent, have been neglected in this theory. In the theoretical study of chromatography it is necessary to know the equation for the adsorption isotherm when more than one solute are present in the solution. The most widely adopted equation for this purpose is (x/m)_a=k'_aC_a/(1+k_iC_i) (1) This equation can be easily derived from that for a single adsorbate: x/m = k'C/ (1+kC) (2) by assuming that the presence of an additional solute merely reduces the available surface area of the solid. Formally, this equation is analogous to that of Langmuir for the adsorp- tion of gaseous mixtures, replacing pressures by concentrations, but it is actually an empirical equation, because the numerical values of the k's can be obtained only from experimental data and their physical significance is not at all clear. This equation predicts the de-pression of the adsorption of one solute by another. While it is in line with the current idea, there is no experimental proof of its validity. It is the dual purpose of the present investigation to substantiate or disprove the dis- placement theory and to test the applicability of equation (1). We have studied the adsorption from binary solutions of hydrochloric, acetic, and oxalic acids by sugar char. The adsorbates are chosen because of their widely different strength. Sugar char is chosen because it has been shown from previous studies that with this adsorbent the experimental data for single adsorbate follow equation (2). The experimental results are given below: HCl-CH_3COOH and CH_3COOH-H_2C_2O_4 systems: (1) The adsorption of any acid is less than when it is present alone; (2) When the corresponding (x/m)'s are plotted, straight lines with negative slopes are obtained; (3) The slopes of these straight lines vary with the concentration of the acid being displaced; (4) The order of the displacing power, measured by the slope, is HCl> CH_3COOH > H_2C_2O_4, while the order of adsorption is just the reverse; (5) Equation (1) is not valid. HCl-H_2C_2O_4 system: (6) The adsorption of HCl is decreased; (7) When its concentration is higher than about 0.005 N, the adsorption of oxalic acid is increased; at lower concentrations the adsorption is decreased; (8) The higher the concentration of HCl is, the more pronounced will be the increase of adsorption of oxalic acid; (9) Corresponding (x/m)'s give straight lines whose slopes change sign as C_ox increases beyond 0.005 N. From (3) and (4) it is concluded that the observed decrease of adsorption is not due to simple displacement. Based on the hypothesis that it is primarily the solvent which is displaced with the subsequent shift of equilibrium, a mechanism is proposed to account for the effect of one solute on the adsorption of another, which seems to agree with all the observed results. The increase of the adsorption of oxalic acid disproves conclusively the displacement theory. The fact that there is a critical concentration below which the adsorption of oxalic acid is decreased indicates that there are two opposite influences at work. It is suggested that three factors contribute to the increase of adsorption of oxalic acid: (a) the decrease of dissociation; (b) the lowering of solubility; and (c) electrostatic effect. To determine the relative importance of these factors requires further investigation. Finally, an empirical equation involving three constants has been derived to represent the adsorption of oxalic acid in the presence of hydrochloric acid.