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Articles by LI Min
Total Records ( 3 ) for LI Min
  Cong Bi-Hui , Li Min , Xu Shuang and Liu Wen-Peng
  A system is based on the recognition of fingerprint and palmprint fusion in c# which is a accurate, convenient, humanized design. The rough matching method of fingerprint recognition is combined with node and the direction field and the rough matching method of getting palmprint recognition is based on multi resolution analysis. The final result is made by the two rough matching results using parallel fusion decision. After identifying the debugging results suggest that: The system is stable, good real-time, high recognition rate and it can achieve the expected goals. The system well meet the actual demand and has the widespread application prospect.
  Xu Shuang , Li Min and Zhu Man-Qiong
  Based on fuzzy clustering under the image background, this study proposes a new stroke extraction method of Manchu. Firstly, the digital image processing method is used to extract the Manchu word from an image background picture, do the de-noising, thinning, pruning and other pre-processed for fuzzy clustering. Then the mid-axis of Manchu character, termination point, interior points, intersection points is defined and finds the boundary point on mid-axis, use the stroke growth algorithm to separate the stroke so as to achieve the purpose of Manchu text stroke elaborates. To verify the feasibility of the method, this study carried out a text extraction on handwritten Manchu and printed Manchu. Simulation results show that the method is effective in separating the Manchu stroke and laid a solid foundation to the further study of Manchu identification.
  LI Yan , CHEN Ying-Long , LI Min , LIN Xian-Gui and LIU Run-Jin
  A pot experiment was performed to determine the effects of arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) communities on soil properties and the growth of cucumber seedlings in a degraded soil that had been used for continuous cucumber monoculture in a greenhouse for 15 years. In the experiment, AMF communities (created by combining various AMF species that were found to be dominant in natural farm soil) were inoculated into the degraded soil, and then the soil was planted with cucumber. Inoculation with AMF communities did not affect soil pH but increased soil aggregate stability and decreased the concentrations of salt ions and electrical conductivity (EC) in the soil. Inoculation with AMF communities increased the numbers of culturable bacteria and actinomycetes but reduced the number of fungi. AMF communities increased plant growth, soluble sugar content, chlorophyll content, and root activity compared to non-mycorrhizal or a single AMF species treatments. Improvements of soil quality and plant growth were greatest with the following two communities: Glomus etunicatum + G. mosseae + Gigaspora margarita + Acaulospora lacunosa and G. aggregatum + G. etunicatum + G. mosseae + G. versiforme + G. margarita + A. lacunosa. The results suggested that certain AMF communities could substantially improve the quality of degraded soil.
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