Browsing by Author Ding, Q

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2011Analysis of LiDAR’s ability in wetland investigation - a case study in Yellow River DeltaDing, Q; Chen, W ; King, B 
2016Characterization of an IncA/C multidrug resistance plasmid in vibrio alginolyticusYe, L; Li, R; Lin, D; Zhou, Y; Fu, A; Ding, Q; Chan, EWC; Yao, W; Chen, S 
2011Coastal wetland investigations by airborne LiDAR : a case study in the Yellow River Delta, ChinaDing, Q; Chen, W ; King, BA ; Chen, Y ; Liu, Y; Zhang, H
2013Combination of overlap-driven adjustment and Phong model for LiDAR intensity correctionDing, Q; Chen, W ; King, B ; Liu, Y; Liu, G
2011Comparison of lidar's characteristics at different flying heightDing, Q; Chen, W ; King, B ; Liu, YX
1998The complexity of scheduling starting time dependent tasks with release timesCheng, TCE ; Ding, Q
1998The complexity of single machine scheduling with two distinct deadlines and identical decreasing rates of processing timesCheng, TCE ; Ding, Q
2004A concise survey of scheduling with time-dependent processing timesCheng, TCE ; Ding, Q; Lin, BMT
2005Development of an EOG (electro-oculography) based human-computer interfaceDing, Q; Tong, KYR; Li, G
2001An improved sequential method for AC/MTDC power system state estimationDing, Q; Chung, TS; Zhang, B
2001An innovative load equivalent approach to incorporate FACTS devices in active power OPFChung, TS; Ding, Q; Zhang, B
2012Preemptive repayment policy for multiple loansNg, CT ; Ding, Q; Cheng, TCE ; Lam, SS
2003Scheduling Jobs with Piecewise Linear Decreasing Processing TimesCheng, TCE ; Ding, Q; Kovalyov, MY; Bachman, A; Janiak, A
Jan-2003Scheduling start time dependent tasks with deadlines and identical initial processing times on a single machineCheng, TCE ; Ding, Q
2000Single machine scheduling with deadlines and increasing rates of processing timesCheng, TCE ; Ding, Q
2001Single machine scheduling with step-deteriorating processing timesCheng, TCE ; Ding, Q
2000State estimation for power systems embedded with FACTS devices and MTDC systems by a sequential solution approachDing, Q; Zhang, B; Chung, TS
1999The time dependent machine makespan problem is strongly NP-completeCheng, TCE ; Ding, Q