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Event/Self-Triggered Control for Leader-Following Consensus Over Unreliable Network With DoS Attacks.

This paper investigates the leader-following consensus issue with event/self-triggered schemes under an unreliable network environment. First, we characterize network communication and control protocol update in the presence of denial-of-service (DoS) attacks. In this situation, an event-triggered communication scheme is first proposed to effectively schedule information transmission over the network possibly subject to malicious attacks. In this communication framework, synchronous and asynchronous updated...


Synchronization Control for Network Systems With Communication Constraints.

A novel control strategy for synchronization control for network systems with communication constraints is presented in this paper. The dynamics of nodes in the network are nonidentical. The communication topology of network is weakly connected with communication constraints. The designed distributed controller for each node has two parts: reference generator (RG) and regulator. All RGs adopt the communication channels to exchange local information and track the target trajectory. Meanwhile, regulator can e...

Wartime Vascular Injury.

Wartime vascular injury can be particularly challenging due to the complexity of the case, concomitant injuries, resource limitations, and often lack of expertise of the operating surgeon. The proliferation of vascular shunting has been of particular importance as a damage control surgery technique to restore perfusion and temporize the immediate need for definitive repair necessary for limb salvage, particularly in austere locations. Diagnosis of vascular injury can be made using a variety of techniques, f...


Working Memory 2.0.

Working memory is the fundamental function by which we break free from reflexive input-output reactions to gain control over our own thoughts. It has two types of mechanisms: online maintenance of information and its volitional or executive control. Classic models proposed persistent spiking for maintenance but have not explicitly addressed executive control. We review recent theoretical and empirical studies that suggest updates and additions to the classic model. Synaptic weight changes between sparse bur...

An optimization approach for freeway network coordinated traffic control and route guidance.

Traffic congestion in freeway network is a prevalent transportation problem and leads to a strong degradation of freeway network facilities. This paper proposes a new coordinated optimization approach for freeway network, aiming to relieve the traffic congestion in freeway network equipped with the coordinated traffic controllers. The challenge is how to solve the problem between the traffic control goals of each path and those of the network. In this paper, the bi-level programming theory is used to addres...

Activation of the language control network in bilingual visual word recognition.

Research into bilingual language production has identified a language control network that subserves control operations when bilinguals produce speech. Here we explore which brain areas are recruited for control purposes in bilingual language comprehension. In two experimental fMRI sessions, Dutch-English unbalanced bilinguals read words that differed in cross-linguistic form and meaning overlap across their two languages. The need for control operations was further manipulated by varying stimulus list comp...

Information Transmission in HPC-PFC Network for Spatial Working Memory in Rat.

Spatial working memory is a short-term system for the temporary holding and manipulation of spatial information. Evidence shows that the hippocampus (HPC) and prefrontal cortex (PFC) play important roles in spatial working memory. Though the communication between HPC and PFC is recognized as essential for successful execution of spatial working memory tasks, the directional information transmission in the HPC-PFC network is largely unclear. Therefore, in the present study, neuronal activity was recorded fro...

IPSIM-Web, An Online Resource for Promoting Qualitative Aggregative Hierarchical Network Models to Predict Plant Disease Risk: Application to Brown Rust on Wheat.

A qualitative pest modeling platform, named Injury Profile Simulator (IPSIM), provides a tool to design aggregative hierarchical network models to predict the risk of pest injuries, including diseases, on a given crop based on variables related to cropping practices as well as soil and weather environment at the field level. The IPSIM platform enables modelers to combine data from various sources (literature, survey, experiments, and so on), expert knowledge, and simulation to build a network-based model. T...

Brain functional and effective connectivity underlying the information processing speed assessed by the Symbol Digit Modalities Test.

Delayed Information Processing Speed (IPS) often underlies attention deficits and is particularly evident in patients with traumatic brain injury, Parkinson's disease, depression, dementia, and multiple sclerosis. Therefore, it is of interest to determine the brain network that is responsible for such essential cognitive function to understand IPS deficits and to develop effective rehabilitation programs. We assessed brain functional connectivity and effective connectivity during the performance of an adapt...

Acute kidney injury following resection of hepatocellular carcinoma: prognostic value of the acute kidney injury network criteria

Acute kidney injury (AKI) is associated with increased morbidity and mortality after liver resection. Patients with hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) have a higher risk of AKI owing to the underlying association between hepatic and renal dysfunction. Use of the Acute Kidney Injury Network (AKIN) diagnostic criteria is recommended for patients with cirrhosis, but remains poorly studied following liver resection. We compared the prognostic value of the AKIN creatinine and urine output criteria in terms of postop...

Design of a Wireless Control System With Unreliable Nodes and Communication Links.

Unlike a traditional topology of a control system with feedback connected plant and controller systems, this paper discusses a new topology that uses an intermediate network system between the plant and controller systems. More specifically, this paper presents modeling frameworks as well as computational procedures for the design of the closed-loop control system when the nodes of the plant, controller, and network systems fail to operate and the communication links fail to transfer information between com...

NetADD: Network Flow Based Distributed Topology Control on Addressing Asymmetric Data Delivery in Nanonetworks.

Architecting nanonetwork-based Coronary Heart- Disease (CHD) monitoring requires a set of nanodevice-embedded drug eluting stents (nanoDESs) inserted inside the affected sites of coronary arteries of the heart to cooperatively collect medical information therein, and transmit the information via the nanomacro interface (NM), which is inserted into the intercostal space of the rib cage. These nanonetworks, which operate in the terahertz band (0.1 - 10 Thz), face increased complexity in delivering data of und...

Recovery of paralyzed limb motor function in canine with complete spinal cord injury following implantation of MSC-derived neural network tissue.

We have reported previously that bone marrow mesenchymal stem cell (MSC)-derived neural network scaffold not only survived in the injury/graft site of spinal cord but also served as a "neuronal relay" that was capable of improving the limb motor function in a complete spinal cord injury (SCI) rat model. It remained to be explored whether such a strategy was effective for repairing the large spinal cord tissue loss as well as restoring motor function in larger animals. We have therefore extended in this stud...

Phenotype-oriented network analysis for discovering pharmacological effects of natural compounds.

Although natural compounds have provided a wealth of leads and clues in drug development, the process of identifying their pharmacological effects is still a challenging task. Over the last decade, many in vitro screening methods have been developed to identify the pharmacological effects of natural compounds, but they are still costly processes with low productivity. Therefore, in silico methods, primarily based on molecular information, have been proposed. However, large-scale analysis is rarely considere...

Implementation of pressure injury prevention best practices across six Canadian rehabilitation sites: results from the Spinal Cord Injury Knowledge Mobilization Network.

To utilize the theoretical frameworks of implementation science to implement pressure injury (PI) prevention best practices in spinal cord injury (SCI) rehabilitation.

Analyses of Adverse Drug Reactions-Nationwide Active Surveillance Network: Canadian Pharmacogenomics Network for Drug Safety Database.

Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are a major problem in modern medicine, representing up to the fourth-highest cause of mortality. Pharmacogenomic tests are 1 of the most promising methods to tackle the challenge of ADRs. The objective of this study was to analyze the clinical and demographic information of the pan-Canadian active surveillance network, Canadian Pharmacogenomics Network for Drug Safety (CPNDS). Information entered into the database by trained active surveillors between May 15, 2005 and May 9, 2...

PLSDB: a resource of complete bacterial plasmids.

The study of bacterial isolates or communities requires the analysis of the therein included plasmids in order to provide an extensive characterization of the organisms. Plasmids harboring resistance and virulence factors are of especial interest as they contribute to the dissemination of antibiotic resistance. As the number of newly sequenced bacterial genomes is growing a comprehensive resource is required which will allow to browse and filter the available plasmids, and to perform sequence analyses. Here...

Spectral analysis of centre of pressure identifies altered balance control in individuals with moderate-severe traumatic brain injury.

To identify impairments and recovery of balance control after moderate-severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) through spectral analyses of static balance tasks and to characterise the contributions of each limb to balance control.

Virtual Paths and Autism: access to health services from the perspective of Social Network Analysis.

The prevalence of Autism Spectrum Disorder in the world population and in Brazil is increasing. The Internet has become an important source of information regarding access to health services, including mental health. It remains to be seen if the virtual paths in search of information are related to the outcomes of the line of care for mental disorders advocated by the SUS, such as Autism. Therefore, this article sets out to analyze the virtual network of access to information about care for Autism in the mu...

Distributed Adaptive Tracking Synchronization for Coupled Reaction-Diffusion Neural Network.

This paper considers the tracking synchronization problem for a class of coupled reaction-diffusion neural networks (CRDNNs) with undirected topology. For the case where the tracking trajectory has identical individual dynamic as that of the network nodes, the edge-based and vertex-based adaptive strategies on coupling strengths as well as adaptive controllers, which demand merely the local neighbor information, are proposed to synchronize the CRDNNs to the tracking trajectory. To reduce the control costs, ...

On the existence of network Macroscopic Safety Diagrams: Theory, simulation and empirical evidence.

Recent studies have proposed using well-defined relationships between network productivity and accumulation-otherwise known as Network or Macroscopic Fundamental Diagrams (network MFDs)-to model the dynamics of large-scale urban traffic networks. Network MFDs have been used to develop a variety of network-wide traffic control policies to improve a network's operational efficiency. However, the relationship between a network's MFD and its safety performance has not been well explored. This study proposes the...

Care of adults with neurofibromatosis type 1: a clinical practice resource of the American College of Medical Genetics and Genomics (ACMG).

This practice resource is designed primarily as an educational resource for medical geneticists and other clinicians to help them provide quality medical services. Adherence to this practice resource is completely voluntary and does not necessarily assure a successful medical outcome. This practice resource should not be considered inclusive of all proper procedures and tests or exclusive of other procedures and tests that are reasonably directed to obtaining the same results. In determining the propriety o...

Output Containment Control for Heterogeneous Linear Multiagent Systems With Fixed and Switching Topologies.

In this paper, we investigate the output containment control problem for a network of heterogeneous linear multiagent systems. The control target is to drive the outputs of the followers into the convex hull spanned by the leaders. To this end, we first derive a necessary condition imposed on both system dynamics and network topology from the viewpoint of internal model principle. Then, based on the necessary condition, we utilize a dynamic controller to drive the outputs of the leaders and followers to tra...

A searchable personal health records framework with fine-grained access control in cloud-fog computing.

Fog computing can extend cloud computing to the edge of the network so as to reduce latency and network congestion. However, existing encryption schemes were rarely used in fog environment, resulting in high computational and storage overhead. Aiming at the demands of local information for terminal device and the shortcomings of cloud computing framework in supporting mobile applications, by taking the hospital scene as an example, a searchable personal health records framework with fine-grained access cont...

Stacked Deconvolutional Network for Semantic Segmentation.

Recent progress in semantic segmentation has been driven by improving the spatial resolution under Fully Convolutional Networks (FCNs). To address this problem, we propose a Stacked Deconvolutional Network (SDN) for semantic segmentation. In SDN, multiple shallow deconvolutional networks, which are called as SDN units, are stacked one by one to integrate contextual information and bring the fine recovery of localization information. Meanwhile, inter-unit and intra-unit connections are designed to assist net...


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