The Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts
Guangzhou, China

The Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts is a Chinese national university based in Guangzhou which provides Fine Arts and Design Doctoral, Master and Bachelor degrees . Wikipedia.

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Qian Y.,The Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts | Su Q.-D.,Guangzhou Guang Hong Real estate Co.
Xi'an Jianzhu Keji Daxue Xuebao/Journal of Xi'an University of Architecture and Technology | Year: 2011

The public space of participatory design is based on the theory of participatory development in anthropology and the theory of Alexander's "Pattern Language". With theoretical innovation and design method of the practice. participatory design can gradually change the original design of top-down model. Efforts are made to enable real user groups to participate in the design of the decision and implementation. Taken as example is Guangzhou urban village community public space design experiments showing how this sort of design pattern may participate in the development of local culture. It makes public space residents' real life ingredient everyday. It also makes public design the spirit carrier serving the public.

Feng L.,Guangzhou Design Office of Air Force Engineering Design and Research Bureau | Yuhong L.,Hunan University | Jian L.,The Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts
Leonardo | Year: 2014

From the perspective of Information design science, this thesis discusses the fact that in the transition of the entire society toward informatization, building skins have unprecedentedly picked up more complex functions and borne more social responsibilities, as shown in the following aspects: As the interaction between outdoor advertising media and humans and environment, as the media that link up indoor and outdoor information and as the media for indoor householders to express their needs, the infiltration of being digital into the architectural field has made building skins the interface for human-computer interaction in a broad sense. Accordingly, in addition to professional skills, architectural designers must keep on learning the knowledge and methods of digital interactive design and develop the awareness of studying inhabitants' behaviors. Architectural design has become an integration process of massive information in a way that is different from traditional design ideas. Therefore, designers need to look for more appropriate building skin design methods in this new period of architectural design. © 2014 ISAST.

Zhong R.,The Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts
WIT Transactions on Information and Communication Technologies | Year: 2014

Edge detection is an important basic work, but also of the important preprocessing step target recognition in the image segmentation and visual analysis. In this paper, a deep research on the method of edge detection on noisy images and mathematical morphology method. Through the analysis and research of the theory of mathematical morphology analysis, this paper constructs edge detection of characteristics and analyzes the operation staff and structure elements. The image edge and image signal pressure before mutations, contain a lot of information, and can be used in the image analysis, image filter, and image recognition. This paper presents a new edge detection algorithm of two structure elements of image edge detection method of morphology. Through the calculation of information entropy found the edge, it is to adapt to determine the weight coefficient. © 2014 WIT Press.

Zhang G.-R.,The Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts
Proceedings - 2011 8th International Conference on Fuzzy Systems and Knowledge Discovery, FSKD 2011 | Year: 2011

Protect data privacy is one of hot topic of database applications in recent years. This paper is concentrated on the issue of protecting the privacy attribute values when data publication and proposes a method based on fuzzy discretization. The method transforms sensitive attribute values to fuzzy values and publishes the data with fuzzy offset degree. This helps the end user of the data to make out the distinction between two attribute values, even though they are mapped to the same linguistic term. The experiments demonstrate that the method efficiently preserves privacy information and maintains the clustering model of primitive data wel1. © 2011 IEEE.

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PubMed | The Guangzhou Academy of Fine Arts and South China Normal University
Type: | Journal: Frontiers in psychology | Year: 2016

Since the 1990s, there has been much discussion about how concepts are learned and processed. Many researchers believe that the experienced bodily states (i.e., embodied experiences) should be an important factor that affects concepts learning and use, and metaphorical mappings between abstract concepts, such as TIME and POWER, and concrete concepts, such as SPATIAL ORIENTATION, STRUCTURED EXPERIENCEs, etc., suggest the abstract-concrete concepts connections. In most of the recent literature, we can find common elements (e.g., concrete concepts) shared by different abstract-concrete metaphorical expressions. Therefore, we assumed that mappings might also be found between two abstract concepts that share common elements, though they have no symbolic connections. In the present study, two lexical decision tasks were arranged and the priming effect between TIME and ABSTRACT ACTIONs was used as an index to test our hypothesis. Results showed a robust priming effect when a target verb and its prime belonged to the same duration type (TIME consistent condition). These findings suggest that mapping between concepts was affected by common elements. We propose a dynamic model in which mappings between concepts are influenced by common elements, including symbolic or embodied information. What kind of elements (linguistic or embodied) can be used would depend on how difficult it is for a concept to be learned or accessed.

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