Kongzhi yu Juece/Control and Decision (ISSN:1001-0920) is a monthly peer-reviewed scopus indexed journal originally founded in 1986. It is sponsored by the Ministry of Education, china and Northeastern University, china. Kongzhi yu Juece/Control and Decision (ISSN:1001-0920) has always adhered to the correct purpose of running the journal, and has been committed to gathering and disseminating excellent academic achievements, inspiring technological innovation, and promoting the development of disciplines in my country.Aiming at major national needs and international frontiers, this journal has published a large number of original and high-level research result. The journal was selected into the "China Science and Technology Journal Excellence Action Plan Project" in December 2019.In the future, it will strive to build an open innovation, collaborative integration.
The non-enzymatic glucose sensor has garnered significant interest in the fabrication of blood glucose sensors due to its longer lifespan compared to enzymatic biosensors, which eliminate biological enzymes in glucose detection. This study employed Aluminium (Al) as a material to fabricate a non-enzymatic electrode using conventional photolithography techniques due to its low cost and good conductivity. The fabricated Aluminium electrode demonstrated a response to glucose oxidation, as evidenced by the formation of oxidation and reduction peaks in the Cyclic Voltammetry (CV) measurement. The o
Previous research suggests that trust in technology and emotions are related and could affect the adoption of technology as well as neurophysiology, which have shown significant correlation between trust and distrust in adoption of technologies. Therefore, this study focuses on exploring the relationship between trust in Google Assistant and user’s integral emotions, and, finding the correlation between neurophysiological response during low and high trust decision to use human-like technologies. Data was gathered among 10 participants, during a two conditions within-subjects experiment cust
The Delphi technique is a research methodology that facilitates expert consensus in addressing complex problems in various fields, including higher educational (HE) research. This review article presents an overview of Delphi studies in education, focusing on their application in HE researches. The review examines the evolution of sixty Delphi studies in educational research and identifies key considerations for conducting a successful investigation. These include selecting appropriate participants, framing research questions carefully, and using appropriate data analysis methods. The paper em
This study investigates the effect of hierarchical and impregnated treatment on LudoxZSM-5 by means of computational simulation, namely Rietveld refinement analysis on diffraction pattern samples from X-Ray Diffraction using MAUD (Material Analysis Using Diffraction) software with the special feature MTEX. The results of this analysis found that the hierarchical treatment and impregnation of the mixed metal Fe-Co on LudoxZSM-5 caused a change in the crystalline phase. The initial phase of LudoxZSM-5 is similar to the orthorhombic MFI type, which undergoes a phase change after the hierarchy is
Cocoa black pod disease is a severe danger to global cocoa output. Mathematical models are commonly utilized to investigate disease transmission patterns and develop efficient control techniques. In this study, we investigated the dynamics of cocoa black pod disease spread using a mathematical model. The model's foundation is a system of ordinary differential equations that describes the interactions between susceptible (cherelles, young and mature pod, ripe pod), latent, infected, and recovered cocoa pods, as well as the population dynamics of the disease-carrying pathogen. The developed mode