Sanda University is the first private university established in People's Republic of China , located in Shanghai. The University has around 10,000 students and 450 full-time academic staff, covering a range of academic disciplines including business, computer science, engineering, foreign languages and management. Wikipedia.
Xu J.,Sanda University
Communications in Computer and Information Science | Year: 2011
In modern life, more and more work needs to be done in sitting position. So sitting comfort is of vital importance. However, comfort was always different by personal feelings. This paper studied the evaluation of sitting comfort in the way of comparing subjective comfort scales and objective computer data, which was carried out by the equipment of X-sensor pressure distribution system. Through two experiments and with formulas analysis, materials of chairs were evaluated of their comfort characteristics. © 2011 Springer-Verlag.
Ni J.,Sanda University
Proceedings - 8th International Conference on Internet Computing for Science and Engineering, ICICSE 2015 | Year: 2015
Modeling of biotransport phenomena inside human body has being paid attentions for last 50 years. Most of mathematical model only consider energy conservation which is bioheat. However in biosystems, the heat and chemical compositions with mas and momentum are coupled. The macroscopic volume-averaged transport model is presented in the previous paper. This paper we present our mathematical expressions for macroscopic fluxes, interfacial transfer fluxes, as well as basic requirements for system closure. © 2015 IEEE.
Yu J.,Sanda University |
Li Y.,Yunnan University of Finance and Economics |
Zhao C.,Yunnan University of Finance and Economics
Procedia Engineering | Year: 2011
Based on business ecosystem, this paper analysed the structure of electronic business ecosystem and primary and complexity characters of it According to this, the paper proposed several opinions about the development of electronic business ecosystem. © 2011 Published by Elsevier Ltd.
Ueda Y.,Japan Institute for Molecular Science |
Katagiri K.,Sanda University |
Katagiri K.,Kitasato University |
Tomiyama T.,Kansai Medical University |
And 6 more authors.
Nature Communications | Year: 2012
Thymocyte trafficking has an important role in thymic selection. Here we show that the Hippo homologue Mst1 is required for thymocyte migration and antigen recognition by LFA-1 and ICAM-1 within the medulla. Using two-photon imaging of thymic tissues, we found that highly motile mature thymocytes arrest and are activated in the vicinity of rare populations of Aire + ICAM-1 hi medullary thymic epithelia in a negatively selecting environment. Notably, Mst1 deficiency or blocking the cell adhesion molecules LFA-1 and ICAM-1 results in inefficient migration and antigen recognition of CD4+ thymocytes within the medulla. Consistent with these defects, thymocyte selection is impaired in Mst1-/- mice, which display T cell-dependent inflammatory infiltrates in multiple organs and develop autoantibodies. Our results suggest that Mst1 has a key role in regulating thymocyte self-antigen recognition in the medulla. © 2012 Macmillan Publishers Limited. All rights reserved.
Men H.,Sanda University
International Journal of Applied Linguistics and English Literature | Year: 2012
The present study tries to unveil the images of career women depicted on the internet within the framework of corpus linguistics. Based on web corpora, internet reportage of women from the fields of education, politics, business, media, medicine, law, and tourist industry are investigated. Through collocate analysis, it is found that all the above career women demonstrate unfavorable semantic prosody, a unique local semantic prosody on the internet. The unfavorable collocates can be further classified into the semantic sets of erotic events, misfortunes and job scandals. However, through Keyword analysis of reportage of women in China’s mainstream newspapers, there presents a quite positive women image. Finally, the author makes possible interpretations of the causes of the violation of semantic prosody on the web and possible consequences it will bring, with two solutions being suggested at the end. © 2012, Australian International Academic Centre PTY LTD. All rights reserved.