Shenyang, China
Shenyang, China

Neusoft Corporation is a Chinese multinational provider of software engineering services, Information Technology services, product engineering services, IT education and medical equipment headquartered in Shenyang, China. It was founded in 1991 and, as of 2012, is the largest China-based software company measured by revenues.Neusoft has established overseas subsidiaries in Japan, USA, Germany, Romania, Finland, Switzerland, Dubai and Peru. Service center offices spread across the Middle East, Europe, and South Asia. Wikipedia.

Time filter
Source Type

Liu X.,Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications | Li M.,Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications | Song M.,Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications | Tian Z.,Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications | Jianxun F.,Neusoft Group
ICCSE 2016 - 11th International Conference on Computer Science and Education | Year: 2016

Wireless network virtualization has gained a lot of interest from academic research and is seen as a promising way to relieve the rigid network problem due to its abstraction and sharing of infrastructure and radio spectrum resources. Some algorithms have been proposed to assign physical resources to virtual networks in an efficient way regardless of the change of user's demand during their entire lifetime. It is a waste to always meet the peak demand of workload especially in consideration of the spectrum crisis. In this paper, we propose a wireless virtual network embedding algorithm based on opportunistic spectrum sharing allocation. Virtual network can implement spectrum sharing enabling increased resource usage and lower rejection rates. The simulation results show that the algorithm we proposed is better than fixed resource allocation VNE in improving accept rates, revenue, resource utilization and lowering the cost of virtual networks. © 2016 IEEE.

Xiong J.,Anyang University, China | Liu Y.,Anyang University, China | Liu W.,Neusoft Group
Proceedings - 11th Web Information System and Application Conference, WISA 2014 | Year: 2014

In the era of big data, massive educational resources are stored on the internet and mobile networks. However, most of these resources are heterogeneous and decentralized, they have different format. The resources are designed for humans to read and not understandable to the machine. Their low level sharing and reuse make them difficult to acquire. How to access the resources the users need quickly and efficiently and take advantage of them is a serious problem. In order to solve the problem, an ontology-based integration educational resources framework and sharing strategies are proposed. Using the advantages of ontological semantics these educational resources can be annotated semantically, so that the computer can understand and deal with the marked information. The ontology-based integration and sharing strategies can improve the recall and precision of the educational resources retrieval. © 2014 IEEE.

Wang X.,Shenyang Aerospace University | Wangx W.,Shenyang Aerospace University | bao M.,Neusoft Group
Applied Mechanics and Materials | Year: 2013

Modern enterprises have established many information management systems based on management of enterprise information. But any of the systems can only manage information of a department, and even on different task directions in the same department there are many information management systems. Between these systems, it is hard to realize mutual contact or data sharing, not even coordinated work. How to establish an information integration mechanism to make these systems share data for coordinated work and values as 1+1>2 becomes the problem to be solved by modern enterprises in an earnest status. As an effective method to reach mutual communication between data of the isomeric systems, the data integration system can shield off the isomerism of systems it covers and unify the data modes of these systems. Then, mode shifting is made between different systems to make these systems have the same mode on the data integration layer, to provide convenience for mutual communication between these systems, to reduce the coupling of the whole system and to provide operation function of the enterprise. © (2013) Trans Tech Publications, Switzerland.

Si G.,Northeastern University China | Cai J.,Neusoft Group | Kang Y.,Neusoft Group
2012 IEEE International Conference on Information and Automation, ICIA 2012 | Year: 2012

The size and growth rate of lung nodules highly correlate with the chance of malignancy and they are the most important indicators for assessment of lung cancer treatment effect. Therefore, accurate segmentation of the lung nodules is greatly significant for the diagnosis and treatment of the lung cancers. In this paper, a novel method is introduced to segment juxta-pleural nodules in CT image data for subsequent volume assessment. The novelties of this algorithm lie in two aspects. First, the algorithm utilizes the three dimensional ray casting method to extract the surface of the nodule, which is novel and efficient. Second, this algorithm employees the three dimensional distance transform method to improve the reproducibility of segmentation result and minimize the influence of the manually indicated seed point. The algorithm is tested on datasets from 39 patients with a total of 65 juxta-pleural nodules. Evaluated by the senior radiologists, this method obtains satisfactory results with segmentation accuracy exceeding 90%. Moreover, compared to the phantoms, the volume of the segmentation results highly coincide with the standard volume of the phantoms. It shows the algorithm is helpful for the segmentation, volume measurements and evaluation of juxta-pleural nodules. © 2012 IEEE.

Yang J.,Northeastern University China | Feng C.,Northeastern University China | Zhao D.,Northeastern University China | Zhao D.,Neusoft Group
Magnetic Resonance Imaging | Year: 2013

MR raw data collected using non-Cartesian method can be transformed on Cartesian grids by traditional gridding algorithm (GA) and reconstructed by Fourier transform. However, its runtime complexity is O(K×N2), where resolution of raw data is N×N and size of convolution window (CW) is K. And it involves a large number of matrix calculation including modulus, addition, multiplication and convolution. Therefore, a Compute Unified Device Architecture (CUDA)-based algorithm is proposed to improve the reconstruction efficiency of PROPELLER (a globally recognized non-Cartesian sampling method). Experiment shows a write-write conflict among multiple CUDA threads. This induces an inconsistent result when synchronously convoluting multiple k-space data onto the same grid. To overcome this problem, a reverse gridding algorithm (RGA) was developed. Different from the method of generating a grid window for each trajectory as in traditional GA, RGA calculates a trajectory window for each grid. This is what "reverse" means. For each k-space point in the CW, contribution is cumulated to this grid. Although this algorithm can be easily extended to reconstruct other non-Cartesian sampled raw data, we only implement it based on PROPELLER. Experiment illustrates that this CUDA-based RGA has successfully solved the write-write conflict and its reconstruction speed is 7.5 times higher than that of traditional GA. © 2013 Elsevier Inc.

Su X.,Shenyang Ligong University | Li Y.,Neusoft Group
Proceedings of 2011 International Conference on Electronic and Mechanical Engineering and Information Technology, EMEIT 2011 | Year: 2011

A uniform model for Direct Volume Render is described in this paper. A rendering pipeline is described by introducing intermediate rendering buffer. To construct the intermediate rendering buffer, the Contribution Number and Visibility Number of 3D volume dataset. By join with advantage of both image order and object order DVR model, the uniform model is more efficient and suitable to parallel computing. © 2011 IEEE.

Chinese IT solutions and services supplier Neusoft Group has signed a joint venture agreement with Alpine Electronics and Shenyang Fu Rui Chi to build a joint venture named Neusoft Ruichi Automotive Technology (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. With this move, Neusoft Group will be able to distribute in smart, Internet, and new energy automobile electronics businesses. Neusoft Ruichi will have registered capital of CNY384.62 million. Neusoft Group will invest CNY157.7 million, accounting for 41% of the total registered capital, which makes it the controlling company of the joint venture; Alpine Electronics will invest CNY150 million, accounting for 39% of the total registered capital; and Fu Rui Chi will invest CNY76.92 million, accounting for 20% of the total registered capital. The new joint venture will focus on innovations and developments of various automobile-related sectors, including new energy vehicle battery management, key technologies about intelligent charging, advanced driver assistance systems, unmanned driving innovations, and telematics basing on an open cloud platform. Wang Yongfeng, president of Neusoft Group, said that the establishment of Neusoft Ruichi is an important strategic layout in the automobile electronics business sector for Neusoft, which is promoting business innovation and transformation.

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "IT Market for Small and Medium-Sized Businesses in BRIC 2015-2019" report to their offering. In BRIC, SMB IT spending will cross $186 billion by 2019 from $111 billion in 2015. The report, SMB IT Market in BRIC 2015-2019, has been prepared based on an in-depth market analysis with inputs from industry experts. It covers the market landscape and its growth prospects in the coming years. The report includes a discussion of the key vendors operating in this market. BRIC countries contributed approximately 38% of the global SMB IT spending in 2014. Over the past five years, IT spending priorities of SMBs have been redefined because of the growing awareness of the impact of IT on businesses, both top line and bottom line. Therefore, there has been growing focus on server and storage virtualization technologies, mobility, Big data/analytics, business intelligence, cloud computing, next-generation workspace, and collaboration technologies from SMBs. However, some of the challenges faced by SMBs are IT budget, lack of leadership initiative in implementing IT changes, lack of IT knowledge to determine the ROI of IT investment in the business, and lack of skilled workforce. The majority of the revenue of IT providers comes from customers who have invested heavily in IT infrastructure and who are moving into newer technologies, such as mobility and analytics. However, nearly 25% of their revenue comes from first time IT adopters who invest in basic IT solutions. Upper SMBs are ready to invest in an upgrade of their existing IT hardware and software and are willing to invest in packaged software offerings. The upper segment remains the target for global IT providers because of higher margins and no hassle in post implementation payments. However, this scenario is changing, and these IT providers are realigning their strategies to tap into the SMB segment. They are also refocusing their efforts on Tier I and II cities by adopting newer marketing strategies.

DUBLIN--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the "IT Market in BRIC 2015-2019" report to their offering. The IT market in the BRIC region is to grow at a CAGR of 11.72% over the period 2014-2019 IT can be defined as an integrated platform that includes hardware, software and IT services. The role of IT in an organization is to integrate various business processes and thus ensure smooth flow of information and processes. IT also helps organizations align their business processes with various technologies. The IT market in BRIC countries has picked up a good start after the recession in the late 2000's and has been a growing market since then. The government initiatives in BRIC countries are supporting the growth of IT market in these regions. The market is segmented into the following segments: Hardware, Software, and Services. The next stage of evolution of the global information network may be the Internet-of-things, which refers to grids of objects embedded with electronics, software, sensors, and connectivity. The IoT has opened up many opportunities on which BRIC countries are making their mark. According to the report, increase in government initiatives drives the growth of IT in the BRIC countries. For instance, a greater number of technology parks and SEZs attract foreign investors. The government has also worked to attract foreign investors and provide work opportunities to Brazilians. Further, the report states that policy paralysis in BRIC countries hinders the growth of the market, as widening current account deficits negatively affect the IT spending in these countries.

Loading Neusoft Group collaborators
Loading Neusoft Group collaborators