According to our database1, Fuqiang Zhao authored at least 14 papers between 2007 and 2018.
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A two-dimensional Chebyshev wavelets approach for solving the Fokker-Planck equations of time and space fractional derivatives type with variable coefficients.
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2018
fMRI study of the role of glutamate NMDA receptor in the olfactory adaptation in rats: Insights into cellular and molecular mechanisms of olfactory adaptation.
Numerical solution of nonlinear Volterra-Fredholm-Hammerstein integral equations in two-dimensional spaces based on Block Pulse functions.
J. Computational Applied Mathematics, 2017
Chebyshev polynomials approach for numerically solving system of two-dimensional fractional PDEs and convergence analysis.
Applied Mathematics and Computation, 2017
Application of Cut Algorithm based on Algebraic connectivity to Community Detection.
Advances in Complex Systems, 2017
Map-Build Algorithm Based on the Relative Location of Feature Points.
Proceedings of the Image and Graphics - 9th International Conference, 2017
fMRI study of olfaction in the olfactory bulb and high olfactory structures of rats: Insight into their roles in habituation.
Functional imaging of olfaction by CBV fMRI in monkeys: Insight into the role of olfactory bulb in habituation.
Qualification of fMRI as a biomarker for pain in anesthetized rats by comparison with behavioral response in conscious rats.
fMRI of pain processing in the brain: A within-animal comparative study of BOLD vs. CBV and noxious electrical vs. noxious mechanical stimulation in rat.
Pain fMRI in rat cervical spinal cord: An echo planar imaging evaluation of sensitivity of BOLD and blood volume-weighted fMRI.
BOLD study of stimulation-induced neural activity and resting-state connectivity in medetomidine-sedated rat.
BOLD and blood volume-weighted fMRI of rat lumbar spinal cord during non-noxious and noxious electrical hindpaw stimulation.
Isoflurane anesthesia effect in functional imaging studies.