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Emotion Recognition of Affective Speech Based on Multiple Classifiers Using Acoustic-Prosodic Information and Semantic Labels
Chung-Hsien Wu

【105 Outstanding Research Award】Special Issue
Speech is one of the most fundamental and natural communication means of human beings. With the exponential growth in available computing power and significant progress in speech technologies, spoken dialogue systems (SDS) have been successfully applied to several domains. However, the applications of SDSs are still limited to …

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Effects of the RGD loop and C-terminus of rhodostomin on regulating integrin  αIIbβ3 recognition.
Woei-Jer Chuang

【105 Outstanding Research Award】Special Issue
Integrins are αβ heterodimeric receptors that are expressed on virtual all cells with adhesive capacity. They are involved in many common diseases including neoplasia, tumor metastasis, immune dysfunction, ischemia-reperfusion injury, viral infections, osteoporosis, and coagulopathies. Disintegrins are a family of integrin inhibitors found in snake …

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The value of teaching and contribution of industry-university cooperative research for 40 years
Chuh-Yung Chen

【105 Outstanding Research Award】Special Issue
In Taiwan, petroleum industry is facing huge outer threats from China and sophisticate of global industrial technology, we have to develop functional materials and products which are provided with high-value character and special grade. The development must depends on tripartite cooperation of industry, school and research unit. For many years, …

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What can a chemist do in nanomedicine?
Chen-Sheng Yeh

【105 Outstanding Research Award】Special Issue
Distinguished Professor Chen-Sheng Yeh has devoted himself to develop nanomaterials and the related nanotechnology since he was employed as a faculty in Department of Chemistry, National Cheng Kung University in 1995. Research has focused on the nano-structural synthesis and biomedical applications of nanomaterials in cancer therapy and …

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Challenge of Long-Term Indigenous Development of Critical Systems – Development of Hydrogen Peroxide Satellite Reactive Control System (RCS) as an Example
Yei-Chin Chao

【105 Outstanding Research Award】Special Issue
I. Challenge of Long-Term Indigenous Development of Critical Systems
In the current atypical engineering research and development environment in Taiwan, researchers should be encouraged to look very carefully and honestly of the current national engineering capability. What this country needs most is not the number of paper publication …

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Breakdown of Bose-Einstein Distribution in Photonic Crystals
Wei-Min Zhang

Photonic band gap (PBG) structures in photonic crystals (PCs) together with the characteristic dispersion properties have stimulated considerable interest in the study of fundamental photonic science and also in the development of new photonic technology1. The most significant new features induced by the PBG are the inhibition of atom spontaneous emission and the localization of …

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Evolution of breaking waves on sloping beaches
Yang-Yih Chen

For the shoaling process of wave propagating on a gently sloping bottom, authors have systematically discussed on a single progressive wave; however, wave–wave interaction usually occurs and is important in ocean. Especially the evolution of shortwave riding on long wave will need to be further gone into.

We provide an analytic solution for two progressive waves propagating on a sloping …

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A multi-index hybrid trie for IP lookup and updates
Sun-Yuan Hsieh

High-performance routers require high-speed IP address lookup to achieve wire-speed packet forwarding. This study proposes a new data structure, the Multi-Index Hybrid Trie (MIHT), for dynamic router table designs. This data structure was constructed by combining the useful characteristics of the B+ tree and priority trie. Figure 1 is an example.

IP lookup operations can be …

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Social isolation-induced increased NMDA receptors in ventral hippocampus primes mice for aggressive behaviors
Po-Wu Gean

Family and social support is a critical factor for physical and psychological health for human being belonged to social animal. Prolong social isolation have long-term effects on the susceptibility to subsequent stress exposure. We used the animal model of post-weaning social isolation to research the behavioral responses to acute stress in adult mice. Rodent pups were separated and singly housed …

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