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Qing Huang   Ms.  Graduate Student or Post Graduate 
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Qing Huang published an article in December 2018.
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Xinqi Zheng

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School of Information Engineering, China University of Geosciences, Beijing 100083, China

Gang Ai

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School of Information Engineering, China University of Geoscience Beijing, Beijing 100083, China

Fei Liu

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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Dynamic analysis method to open the “black box” of urban metabolism Qing Huang, Xinqi Zheng, Fei Liu, Yecui Hu, Yuqiang Zuo Published: 01 December 2018
Resources, Conservation and Recycling, doi: 10.1016/j.resconrec.2018.09.010
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Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Implementation of a Parallel GPU-Based Space-Time Kriging Framework Yueheng Zhang, Xinqi Zheng, Zhenhua Wang, Gang Ai, Qing Huan... Published: 17 May 2018
ISPRS International Journal of Geo-Information, doi: 10.3390/ijgi7050193
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In the study of spatiotemporal geographical phenomena, the space–time interpolation method is widely applied, and the demands for computing speed and accuracy are increasing. For nonprofessional modelers, utilizing the space–time interpolation method quickly is a challenge. To solve this problem, the classical ordinary kriging algorithm was selected and expanded to a spatiotemporal kriging algorithm. Using the OpenCL framework to integrate central processing unit (CPU) and graphic processing unit (GPU) computing resources, a parallel spatiotemporal kriging algorithm was implemented, and three experiments were conducted in this work to verify the results. The results indicated the following: (1) when the size of the prediction point dataset is consistent, the performance of the method is robust with the increasing size of the observation point dataset; (2) the acceleration effect of the parallel method increases with an increased number of predicted points. Compared with the original sequential program, the implementation of the improved parallel framework showed a 3.23 speedup, which obviously shortens the interpolation time; (3) when cross-validating the temperature data in the Beijing Tianjin Hebei region, the space–time acceleration model provides a better fit than traditional pure space interpolation.
Article 0 Reads 0 Citations Predictive Measurement of the Structure of Land Use in an Urban Agglomeration Space Fei Liu, Xinqi Zheng, Qing Huang Published: 29 December 2017
Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su10010065
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The scientific measurement of land use in space is an essential task in urban agglomeration studies, and the fractal feature is one of the most powerful tools for describing the phenomenon of space. However, previous research on the fractal feature of land use has mostly been conducted in urban space, and examines the fractal feature of different land use types, respectively; thus, the measurement of the relationship between different land use types was not realized. Meanwhile, previous prediction methods used for spatial land use mostly relied on subjective abstraction of the evolution, theoretically, regardless of whether they were calibrated, so that complete coverage of all the mechanisms could not be guaranteed. Based on this, here, we treat the land use structure in urban agglomeration space as the research object, and attempt to establish a fractal measure method for the relationship between different land use types in the space of urban agglomeration. At the same time, we use the allometric relationship between “entirety” and “local” to establish an objective forecast model for the land use structure in urban agglomeration space based on gray prediction theory, to achieve a predictive measurement of the structure of land use in urban agglomeration space. Finally, this study applied the methods on the Beijing–Tianjin–Hebei urban agglomeration to analyze the evolution of the stability of the structure of land use and achieve predictive measurement of the structure of land use. The results of the case study show that the methods proposed in this study can obtain the measurement of the relationship between different land use types and the land use prediction that does not depend on the subjective exploration of the evolution law. Compared with the measurement methods that analyzed the fractal feature of different land types, respectively, and the prediction methods that rely on subjective choice, the methods presented in this study recaps some innovations and reference values for relevant future research.
Article 0 Reads 7 Citations Analysis of Land-Use Emergy Indicators Based on Urban Metabolism: A Case Study for Beijing Qing Huang, Xinqi Zheng, Yecui Hu Published: 10 June 2015
Sustainability, doi: 10.3390/su7067473
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The correlation of urban metabolism and changes in land use is an important issue in urban ecology, but recent research lacks consideration of the mechanisms and interactions between them. In this research, we did an emergy analysis of the flows of materials, energy, and capital within the socioeconomic system of Beijing. We calculated emergy-based evaluation indices of urban metabolism and land use change, to analyze the relationship between urban metabolism and land use by correlation analysis and regression analysis. Results indicate that the socio-economic activities on built-up land depend on local, non-renewable resource exploitation and external resource inputs. The emergy utilization efficiency of farmland has consistently decreased, but there remains significant utilization potential there. Urban development in Beijing relies on production activities on built-up land, which is subjected to great environmental pressure during extraction of material resources. To keep the economy developing effectively, we suggest that Beijing should commit to development of a circular economy, and change the land-use concept to “Smart Growth”. In this paper, we efficaciously solve the problem of conflicting measurement units, and avoid the disadvantages of subjective assignment. Consequently, this work provides not only a more scientific way to study land problems, but also provides a reliable reference for ecological construction and economic development in Beijing.
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