Xiaoyan Wei's research while affiliated with Nanjing Normal University and other places

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Education is the foundation and strength of a nation, and educational equity is the basic right of every citizen. However, in China, there are vast differences in education levels between the eastern and western areas, urban and rural areas, and ethnic and non-ethnic areas. This is especially so in China's mountainous areas in the rural southwest....
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Accessibility is the foundation of urban planning and road network construction, and measurement indicators can be simply divided into travel cost and related potential population flow. Web mapping services provide a new mechanism to acquire the travel cost indicators directly, saving significant time for data collection and complex calculations. M...
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With the global accelerated pace of industrialization and urbanization, the state of disorder in land development has become the primary problem affecting sustainable and coordinated development in China. This study proposes a new technical framework to support the assessment of the spatial pattern of land development from a “production-life-ecolog...
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Background Southwest China is home to more than 30 ethnic minority groups. Since most of these populations reside in mountainous areas, convenient access to medical services is an important metric of how well their livelihoods are being protected. Methods This paper proposes a medical convenience index (MCI) and computation model for mountain resi...
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With the increase in size and complexity of spatiotemporal data, traditional methods for performing statistical analysis are insufficient for meeting real-time requirements for mining information from Big Data, due to both data-and computing-intensive factors. To solve the Big Data challenges in geostatistics and to support decision-making, a high...

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... This results in service level for road users needing attention, especially in the smooth flow of traffic [6]. Necessary to prepare an appropriate strategy to reduce traffic congestion on a poorly performing road when heavy and unstable traffic, and to understand the pattern of routine traffic conditions on Piet A. Tallo Street which will changes traffic performance patterns to be better [7]. Therefore, this study aims to provide strategic recommendations for increasing the road's capacity so that it can meet traffic needs for a long period of up to 20 years on the Piet A Tallo Kupang street. ...
... Regarding research regions, scholars have conducted studies at different regional scales, such as province, county and community scales [12,19,27]. Existing studies have mainly focused on urban areas [21,28], and some scholars have conducted studies on the evolution of the accessibility of educational facilities in rural and poor mountainous areas, mostly using individual counties and districts as cases [13,22], with fewer studies on the overall situation in poor mountainous areas [7,27]. ...
... Research on the community-life circle has focused mainly on the configuration of public service facilities. The coverage rate [13], compliance rate [14], completeness and quality [15], and travel accessibility of various public service facilities on residential land in the community have been taken as indices [16][17][18][19]. Various public service facilities were analyzed using quantitative point of interest (POI) and geographic information system (GIS) approaches [20]. ...
... Doing so not only integrates the international system but also adapts to the management system to satisfy the requirements of the national project so as to provide a strong support for the protection and supervision of cultivated land in China. In recent years, the investigation and evaluation of CLQ has paid more and more attention to the protection of the comprehensive quality of cultivated land production, ecology and health [10][11][12], mainly related to soil quality assessment [13][14][15], soil health assessment [16][17][18][19], multifunctional analysis of cultivated land [20,21], accounting of cultivated land productivity [22][23][24], land production potential evaluation [25,26], soil safety evaluation [27][28][29][30], evaluation of cultivated land healthy productivity [31,32], land ecological research [33,34], and land remediation and utilization [35][36][37][38]. It shows that the evaluation of CLQ is constantly advancing with the times (Figure 1), and new content is constantly added [39]. ...
... and lower access to healthcare. 9,[35][36][37][38] Although these factors will not directly cause cervical dysplasia, they can comprehensively compromise immune homeostasis and obscure the protective effects of high CD4 cell counts. 39,40 However, these interpretations are our hypotheses and need to be verified in future via multi-site population-based studies in China. ...
... The existing GIS system mainly adopts a multilevel cache architecture, including a server-side memory cache, client-side file cache and clientside memory cache [2]. The spatiotemporal data that may be accessed is temporarily stored in the cache space, and then through the effective cooperation between the server and client, memory and disc storage, the access pressure on the server database is reduced [24], and the delay problem of data arriving at the visualization engine is avoided [9]. To improve the efficiency of data scheduling for high-concurrency tasks, some cache replacement algorithms are used to replace the temporarily useless cache data to improve the data hit rate. ...