Jie Zhang

Jie Zhang
University of Science and Technology of China | USTC · Department of Geophysics and Planetary Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Introduction
I have been leading five teams in academia and industry to develop science and technology in Exploration Geophysics, Earthquake Monitoring, Machine Learning, Medical Imaging, and Biomedicines. http://staff.ustc.edu.cn/~jzh2011/ http://www.geotomo.com/ http://www.cellothera.com/ http://www.milesmedical.com/

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Publications (887)
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Security key is necessary for data encryption while transmitting amounts of confidential information. For existing strategies of key distribution, it is the primary challenge that the rate and distance limit, insufficient security, and difficulty of deployment. To solve these problems, we propose an accelerated key distribution method for endogenou...
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Multi-band, especially C+L-band, elastic optical networks (EONs) provide a promising networking infrastructure to increase the capacity of networks for alleviating the pressure on gradually increasing traffic load. Given the extensive new device deployments with time and economical costs, hybrid C/C+L band EONs would be a more realistic networking...
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As the basic principle of quantum networks, quantum entanglement can enable important quantum applications such as teleportation and quantum-key distribution. To realize wide-area quantum communication, entanglement establishment between two remote communication parties is vital, and it requires effective entanglement distribution strategies. Entan...
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Introduction Previous studies indicated that the expression of miR408 is affected by copper conditions and positively regulates anthocyanin biosynthesis. However, the underlying mechanisms by which miR408 regulates anthocyanin biosynthesis mediated by copper (Cu) homeostasis have not been characterized in Malus plants. Objectives In this study, we...
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Quantum noise stream cipher where encrypted signals are masked by quantum noise and ASE noise provides a physical layer of security. It requires the transmitter and the receiver to share a stream cipher that is generated from a PRNG. Yet a correlation attack threatens its security due to the mathematical properties of PRNG. This paper discusses the...
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Space division multiplexing (SDM), as a potential means of enhancing the capacity of optical transmission systems, has attracted widespread attention. However, the adoption of SDM technology has also additionally increased resource dimensions, introduced complex crosstalk, and made it difficult to integrate multi-dimensional fragments. These factor...
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Artificial intelligence (AI) applications about optical network management are increasing, especially in fault diagnosis. When the network fault or alarm occurs, the equipment running status and performance parameters are changing. AI algorithms can extract the internal relationship from the data and it is proved that the alarm prediction method ba...
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Mushroom cultivation is a sustainable agricultural waste utilization method, but the lack of high-value utilization of the produced spent mushroom substrate (SMS) has hindered the development of mushroom cultivation-based circular agricultural systems. Conversion and utilization of SMS via Protaetia brevitarsis larvae (PBL) has proven to be a high-...
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Light is known to regulate anthocyanin pigment biosynthesis in plants on several levels, but the significance of protein phosphorylation in light‐induced anthocyanin accumulation needs further investigation. In this study, we investigated the dynamics of the apple fruit phosphoproteome in response to light, using high‐performance liquid chromatogra...
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Genetically modified plants with insecticidal proteins from Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) have been successfully utilized to control various kinds of pests in crop production and reduce the abuse of pesticides. However, a limited number of genes are available for the protection of crops from rice planthopper. Recently, Cry78Aa protein from Bt strain...
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In quantum noise stream cipher (QNSC) systems, it is difficult to compensate fiber nonlinearity by digital signal processing (DSP) due to interactions between chromatic dispersion (CD), amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) noise from erbium-doped fiber amplifier (EDFA) and Kerr nonlinearity. Nonlinearity equalizer (NLE) based on machine learning (M...
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With the emergence of new services, the complex optical network environment makes it more difficult to predict network anomalies. This paper proposes a multi-index anomaly prediction scheme with hybrid supervised/unsupervised deep learning for elastic optical networks. Aimed at complex optical network indicators, the scheme presents three phases to...
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Mixed-Fixed/Flex-Grid Optical Networks (MFGONs) are a new paradigm that emerged during the brown-field migration from fixed-grid Wavelength Division Multiplexing (WDM) optical networks to flex-grid Elastic Optical Networks (EONs). Based on the flex-grid, we can accommodate IP traffic directly to the optical layer by configuration. Considering the d...
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Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) is a promising technology that provides proven unconditional security based on fundamentals of quantum physics, especially for point-to-point communications. It could be applied in large-scale optical networks for long-distance key provisioning mainly by three relaying methods: quantum-repeater-based QKD, trusted-rela...
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The back cover image is based on the Research Article Vip3Aa domain IV and V mutants confer higher insecticidal activity against Spodoptera frugiperda and Helicoverpa armigera by Xiaoxue Yang et al., https://doi.org/10.1002/ps.6858. The back cover image is based on the Research Article Vip3Aa domain IV and V mutants confer higher insecticidal activ...
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Intercropping systems improve the soil nutrient cycle through microbial community activity and then land productivity. However, their interactions mechanism underlying that the mixed aromatic plant species intercropping regulate the soil microbiome and nutrient cycling on the perennial woody orchard is still uncovered. We designed treatments with 0...
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As the most important fabric of fixed networks, the optical network plays an important role in expanding network capacity and providing long distance communication. At present, the fixed network has entered a key era, i.e., the fifth-generation fixed network (F5G). As one of the main features of F5G, the full-fiber connection requires a tenfold to...
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Based on angle rotation, we proposed an error-free key distribution scheme that does not require pre-shared information. The key consistency comes from the consistency of angular differences, and the randomness of the key comes from random initial angles and methods of key generation. The initial angle is randomly rotated in order to improve the im...
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Quantum key distribution (QKD) can protect the exchange process of confidential information between communicating parties. By using the basic principles of quantum mechanics and combined with “one-time pad” cipher encryption, information can be unconditionally secure. The BB84 protocol first describes the method of transmitting information by photo...
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Background: The fall armyworm Spodoptera frugiperda and cotton bollworm Helicoverpa armigera are major insect pests of corn and cotton worldwide. Genetically engineered crops producing Vip3Aa, a potent endotoxin, from the bacterium Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) are effective in controlling these two harmful pests. However, Vip3Aa efficacy is relativ...
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Seismic velocity is a critical geophysical property that reflects the state of the Earth’s interior. Tectonic movements and seismic activities may affect variations in seismic velocity. Here, we report on the spatial and temporal seismic velocity changes along the Longmenshan faults in Sichuan, China, which were inferred from ambient seismic noise...
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Low temperature can affect the growth and development of plants through changes in DNA demethylation patterns. Another known effect of low temperature is the accumulation of anthocyanin pigments. However, it is not known whether the two phenomena are linked, specifically, whether DNA demethylation participates in anthocyanin accumulation in respons...
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Anthocyanin production in apple (Malus domestica) fruit and their consequent coloration can be induced by high-light treatment. The hormone ethylene is also essential for this coloration, but the regulatory relationships that link ethylene and light with anthocyanin-associated coloration are not well defined. In this study, we observed that high-li...
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Decomposers play an important role in the biogeochemical cycle. Protaetia brevitarsis larvae (PBLs) can transform wastes into frass rich in humic acid (HA) and microorganisms, which may increase the disease resistance of plants and promote plant growth. Beyond HA, the microorganisms may also contribute to the biostimulant activity. To address this...
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Quantum key distribution (QKD) constitutes a symmetric secret key negotiation protocol capable of maintaining information-theoretic security. Given the recent advances in QKD networks, they have evolved from academic research to some preliminary applications. A QKD network consists of two or more QKD nodes interconnected by optical fiber or free sp...
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Multicast is an important service type in both terrestrial and space communication networks but has security issues because more than one destination node can receive information. Point-to-point quantum key distribution can be achieved end-to-end over long distances by using a quantum satellite (e.g., Micius) as a relay node. Hence, how to provide...
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With the development of optical networks technology, broad attention has been paid to flexible grid technology in optical networks due to its ability to carry large-capacity information as well as provide flexible and fine-grained services through on-demand spectrum resource allocation. However, a one-time green-field deployment of a flexible grid...
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As the significant infrastructure of the communication network, the security of the optical fiber is critical. Optical fiber eavesdropping is a common attack in optical communications, which can easily lead to leakage of information. To deal with this problem, this paper proposes a Machine Learning (ML)-based scheme to detect and locate physical-la...
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The Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) is considered to be one of the most promising revolutionary technologies to increase productivity. With the refined development of manufacturing, the entire manufacturing process is split up into several areas of IoT production. Devices from different domains cooperate to perform the same task, which cause s...
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We propose a quantum-key-distribution (QKD) key provisioning scheme by applying auxiliary graph for end-to-end security service in optical networks. Simulation demonstrates the good performance in terms of security level and key provisioning latency.
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A novel load-balancing routing algorithm based on satellite-ground cooperation is proposed to reduce the impact of inter-satellite link congestion in LEO satellite optical networks. Simulations prove that our proposal can significantly improve the network throughput.
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This paper analyzes the post-processing security through information entropy and compares three privacy amplification methods for physical layer key generation. Simulation reveals key generation rate and security should be jointly considered when applying privacy amplification.
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This letter proposes a path loss model in urban water-land environments for line-of-sight (LOS) and non-line-of-sight (NLOS) propagation at millimeter-wave (mm-wave) band, in which water surface reflection and building diffraction are considered simultaneously. An extensive measurement campaign in a campus pond environment at 28 GHz is conducted. O...
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We consider a heterogeneous network (HetNet), where multiple access points (APs) of potentially different transmission capacities serve users simultaneously via beamforming in the same spectrum band. We propose a beamforming framework that exploits multi-agent deep reinforcement learning (DRL) for the HetNet to maximize the system downlink sum-rate...
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Apomixis has high value in fruit crop propagation and breeding applications, particularly for the transgenerational fixation of heterosis. In this study, we found that flowers of the triploid Malus cultivar 'Royalty' that were bagged after emasculation (EB) and pollinated with pollen from the diploid cultivar 'Flame' (EFB) produced high fruit set a...
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With the continuous addition of an abundant of heterogeneous devices, the limitation of task delay has become an obstacle to the development of the Industrial Internet of Things(IIoT). Task offloading based on edge computing can provide low-latency computing services for these tasks. However, in the actual IIoT scenario, contrast to cloud computing...
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As quantum computers with sufficient computational power are becoming mature, the security of classical communication and cryptography may compromise, which is based on the mathematical complexity. Quantum communication technology is a promising solution to secure communication based on quantum mechanics. To meet the secure communication requiremen...
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Time-Wavelength Division Multiplexing Passive Optical Network (TWDM-PON) is considered as a promising solution of next generation PON (NG-PON). The integration of Edge Computing (EC) and TWDM-PON can satisfy the QoS requirements of delay-sensitive applications by providing storage, processing and caching capabilities at the network edge. However, w...
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The synthesis of anthocyanin pigments in plants is known to be regulated by multiple mechanisms, including epigenetic regulation; however, the contribution of the RNA-directed DNA methylation (RdDM) pathway is not well understood. Here, we used bisulfite sequencing and Real Time (RT)-quantitative (q) PCR to analyze the methylation level of the prom...
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Background The Scarabaeidae insect Protaetia brevitarsis (PB) has recently gained increasing research interest as resource insects, because its larvae can effectively use various organic matter ranging from decaying plant residues to humus and livestock waste and convert those compounds to nonphytotoxic and high humic acid content frass fertilizer,...
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Over 80 percent of wireless traffic already takes place in buildings. Like water, gas, and electricity, wireless communication is becoming one of the most fundamental utilities of a building. It is well known that building structures have a significant impact on in-building wireless networks. If we seek to achieve the optimal network performance in...
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Over 80% of wireless traffic already takes place in buildings. Like water, gas, and electricity, wireless communication is becoming one of the most fundamental utilities of a building. It is well known that building structures have a significant impact on in-building wireless networks. If we seek to achieve the optimal network performance indoors,...
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In order to increase O2 concentration in the rhizosphere and reduce the continuous cropping obstacles under high-density cultivation, ventilation is often used to increase soil aeration. Yet, the effect of ventilation on soil microbial communities and nutrient cycling and, further, the extent to which they influence strawberry growth under greenhou...
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To support the fifth-generation bandwidth-hungry applications, such as the Internet of things, virtual reality, augmented reality, and cloud computing, elastic optical networks have become the most promising infrastructure that allocates bandwidths for services flexibility. Fragmentation caused by dynamic resource allocation deteriorates the availa...
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Quantum key distribution (QKD) has demonstrated a great potential to provide future-proofed security, especially for 5G and beyond communications. As the critical infrastructure for 5G and beyond communications, optical networks can offer a cost-effective solution to QKD deployment utilizing the existing fiber resources. In particular, measurement-...
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This paper presents the verification of indoor propagation channel simulations based on an intelligent ray launching algorithm (IRLA) in the Ka-band of the millimeter-wave (mmWave) spectrum in various indoor environments, including a classroom, an office, and a corridor, by radio channel measurements. Power delay profiles (PDPs), path loss, and roo...
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Edge computing provides computing capability at close-user proximity to reduce service latency for end users. To improve the efficiency of edge computing infrastructures, geographically-distributed edge datacenters can co-work with each other and with cloud datacenters, forming a new paradigm referred to as cooperative edge-cloud computing. In this...
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Selecting appropriate data of good quality is the primary precondition for conducting meaningful analysis in seismological research. The data set used in a study is usually selected by setting a threshold for searching the earthquake catalog to ensure data quality, such as parameters of magnitude or hypocentral distance. While the threshold approac...
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Bacillus thuringiensis (Bt) are entomopathogenic bacteria that produce different kinds of insecticidal proteins. However, studies on Bt exopolysaccharides are lacking. Here, we aimed to explore the characteristics and insecticidal synergism of EPS-2, an exopolysaccharide from Bt strain 4D19. The molecular weight of EPS-2 was 58.0 kDa, which consist...
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With the rapid development of optical network and edge computing, the operation efficiency of the edge optical network has become more and more important, requiring an intelligent approach to enhance the network performance. To enhance the intelligence of the edge optical network, this article firstly provides the demand for the development of edge...
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Quantum-key-distribution (QKD) enabled optical networks can provide secure keys for different kinds of applications to ensure the high security of communication processes. As the number of wavelength channels in a single-core fiber is limited, space division multiplexing (SDM) has been considered to be a valuable technique to provide more wavelengt...