• Effect of Fragrant Primula Flowers on Physiology and Psychology in Female College Students: An Empirical Study
    with Songlin Jiang, Li Deng, Hao Luo, Xi Li, Baimeng Guo, Mingyan Jiang, Yin Jia, Lingxia Sun, and Zhuo Huang
    Frontiers in Psychology 12. 2021.
    Indoor plants can positively impact physical and mental health in daily life. However, the benefits of viewing indoor plants may be enhanced if the plants emit a fragrant aroma. In this crossover-design study, we measured the physiological and psychological effects of fragrant and non-fragrant Primula plants on 50 female college students, and explored whether aroma stimulation had additive benefits for this group. Non-fragrant Primula malacoides Franch was used as a control stimulus, and Primula…Read more
  • Improving air quality prediction accuracy at larger temporal resolutions using deep learning and transfer learning techniques
    with Jack C. P. Cheng, Changqing Lin, Yi Tan, and Jingcheng Zhang
    Atmospheric Environment 214 116885. 2019.
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    Formation of Autapse Connected to Neuron and Its Biological Function
    with Chunni Wang, Shengli Guo, Ying Xu, Jun Tang, Faris Alzahrani, and Aatef Hobiny
    Complexity 2017 1-9. 2017.
    Autapse is a specific synapse connected to the neuron via close loop, and its functional adjusting is described by applying time-delayed feedback on the membrane potential of the neuron. This paper discussed the possible formation mechanism and biological function of autapse connection on neurons. We believe that the formation and growth of autapse connected to neuron can be associated with injury on axon and blocking in signal transmission; thus auxiliary loop is developed to form an autapse. W…Read more
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    Controlling a chaotic resonator by means of dynamic track control
    with Chunni Wang and Runtong Chu
    Complexity 21 (1): 370-378. 2016.