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Asynchronous batch processing method and system

The invention discloses an asynchronous batch processing method and system. The method comprises the following steps of: generating event information and task information according to asynchronous batch service request sent by a front end and/or a rear end; polling a task queue contained in the task information; obtaining a to-be-executed task which satisfies an allowed master control scheduling condition and a preset execution condition and an event ID of the to-be-executed task; querying a to-be-executed task step corresponding to the to-be-executed task from task steps contained in the task information; and when a pre-posed step of the to-be-executed task step is completely processed and subsequent steps of the pre-posed step can be concurrent, concurrently processing each of the subsequent steps in a multithreading manner through instantiation, and obtaining event information and required processing parameters according to the event ID so as to carry out actual service processing. Thereby, the task concurrency is realized through task polling, and step concurrency is realized when the to-be-executed task step is processed, so that the asynchronous batch processing is realized, the data processing time is greatly shortened and the data processing efficiency is improved.
Owner:CHINA CONSTRUCTION BANK

Active false target jamming polarization discrimination method

ActiveCN104765020AReduce processing timeWave based measurement systemsPeak valueDiscrimination threshold
The invention discloses an active false target jamming polarization discrimination method. The active false target jamming polarization discrimination method mainly solves the problem of active false target jamming. The active false target jamming polarization discrimination method includes the implementation steps that (1) a horizontally-polarized antenna and a perpendicularly-polarized antenna send electromagnetic wave signals to a to-be-detected area; (2) two ways of matched filtering is carried out on electromagnetic echo signals received by the horizontally-polarized antenna and the perpendicularly-polarized antenna; (3) target peak values are extracted from matched filtering output signals, and the peak powers P of the peak values at the positions where the target peak values occur are calculated; (4) the statistic discrimination amount id(t) is calculated according to the peak powers P of the peak values; (5) a discrimination threshold Th is set, the statistic discrimination amount id(t) and the discrimination threshold Th are compared, if the id(t) is larger than the Th, it is judged that the peak values are the target peak values, and if the id(t) is smaller than or equal to the Th, it is judged that the peak values are false target jamming values. By means of the active false target jamming polarization discrimination method, the time needed for discriminating targets and active false target jamming is shortened; the active false target jamming polarization discrimination method can be used for discriminating fixed polarization false target jamming and polarization modulation false target jamming.
Owner:XIDIAN UNIV

Radiotherapeutic apparatus

InactiveUS6879659B2Reduce processing timeShorter treatment timeHandling using diaphragms/collimetersX-ray/gamma-ray/particle-irradiation therapyMulti leaf collimatorFunction representation
An optimization method for a fluence pattern to be provided via a radiotherapeutic apparatus comprising a multi-leaf collimator comprises an iteration of a progressive solution (such as a gradient approach) of the fluence profile, at least some iterations including a weighted penalty function which varies between solutions favored by the collimator design and solutions not so favored, later iterations including the penalty function at a greater weight. Thus, the penalty function represents locally preferred solutions derived from the constraints of the multi-leaf collimator (MLC). As the iteration progresses, the greater weight assigned to the penalty function drives the method towards a solution which is possible given the MLC constraints. However, the lesser weight attached in the early stages of the iteration allows the method to settle towards a genuinely preferred solution. Overall, therefore, the method migrates towards a theoretically ideal solution and then diverts to a nearby practically possible solution. In this way, a solution is obtained which can be put into practice but is close to a theoretically ideal solution, ie a solution that would be preferred in the absence of MLC constraints. It is preferred that the penalty function is calculated over a part of the fluence profile in the region of the then location of the iteration solution. The method can be embodied in a suitable computer program, which can be stored on a data carrier. An apparatus can comprising a storage means in which the program is located and a processing means for running the program.
Owner:ELEKTA AB

Method for quickly screening and detecting azo dyes forbidden in textile materials, leathers and dyes using gas chromatography mass spectrometry

ActiveCN102798677AReduce processing timeHigh consumption of reagents and materialsComponent separationChemistryMass spectrum analysis
The invention discloses a method for quickly screening and detecting azo dyes forbidden in textile materials, leathers and dyes using gas chromatography mass spectrometry, which comprises the following steps: 1) preparing a sample, 2) subjecting the sample to reduction reaction, 3) extracting the sample, 4) performing the gas chromatography mass spectrometry on the sample, 5) screening decision: compared with the GC-MS analysis result of a standard solution, if the retention time and the mass spectrum of the aromatic amine in the sample keep with standards, the sample is judged as a suspicious positive sample, otherwise it is a negative sample and directly judged as a qualified sample. The sample pre-treatment time is shortened, the cost is reduced, the detection time is shortened, the operation step is simple, the operation is convenient, the operation time is short, the operation cost is low, the detection efficiency is improved; the aromatic amine in the sample is detected by a gas chromatography mass spectrometer, color interference problem is not existed, the sample matrix is effectively prevented from being infected, and the judgment accuracy is high, thus the method is not only suitable for textile materials, but also suitable for other products such as leathers and dyes.
Owner:南京海关工业产品检测中心
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