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Articles by F. Li
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  W.X. Tian , N. Sun , G.B. Ning , D.J. Zhang , J. Feng , T.X. Lv , Y. Wang , H.M. Wang , X.H. Wang and F. Li
  This study was designed to investigate the influence of Gallid herpesvirus 2 Marek's Disease challenge virus and different inoculated routes of attenuated vaccine virus CVI988/Rispens on immune adhesion of erythrocytes in chickens. One day old chicks were randomly divided into a control group (C), an experimental group challenged with Jing-1 challenge strain (V), a second and third experimental group individually injected intra-abdominally (IA) or subcutaneously (SC) with vaccine strain, CVI988/Rispens. The erythrocyte immune adhesion was evaluated with yeast rosette-forming tests of red blood cell complement receptor type 1 (RBC-CR1) and red blood cell immune complex (RBC-IC). It was found that chickens from group V had fewer erythrocytes. During this time, the rate of RBC-IC rosette formation was higher in group V except on days 3 and 20. While the rate of RBC-CR1 rosette formation was lower in group V except on the 26th day when the number of RBC-CR1 rosettes was extremely higher. The rate of RBC-CR1 rosette formation and RBCs count was higher in group IA than that of SC. The results suggest that challenge virus lead to immune suppression, a decline in the immune adhesion of RBCs followed by a rebound during the later stages of infection; effects on RBC immunity were increased after inoculate attenuated vaccines strains; IA vaccination route may enhance the immune adhesion of RBCs comparing with SC route; and an improvement in the RBC immunity adhesion during the later stages of infection may have resulted from a compensatory immune response to immune organ atrophy and the decrease of RBCs.
  A. Alexandrescu , F. Li , S. Dustdar and M. Craus
  In recent years, there has been an emergence of systems that employ large numbers of sensory devices to collect information from the real-world and to react in observed situations, e.g., smart buildings and smart grids. In such systems, massive amounts of data need to be collected and processed in near real-time. This research proposes an efficient method of processing sensory data by considering that each data transmission and processing is a task which has to be scheduled for execution to a gateway. The proposed heuristic, Weighted Minimum Completion Time (WMCT), was compared against five mapping heuristics by using five efficiency indicators-execution time, makespan, Δ time difference, solution worth and success rate. The experiments have shown that the WMCT heuristic outperforms the other methods in terms of the success rate, the solution’s worth and especially, the execution time of the algorithm, while it obtained good results in regards to the other two efficiency indicators.
 
 
 
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