With the increasing of construction of
logistics parks, it is essential for commercial real estate project to study on
risk decision to avoid redundant and blind construction. Based on risk essence,
the paper analyses the attitude of investment decision-makers on risk benefits.
Finally, the paper improves the expected utility theory and applies the
prospect theory to risk decision of commercial real estate project to provide scientific
and objective basis for Project Investment Decision.

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The author establishes some identities involving the numbers, Bernoulli numbers, and central factorial numbers of the first kind. A generating function and several computational formulas for -Nörlund numbers are also presented.

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An explicit formula, the generalized Genocchi numbers, was established and some identities and congruences involving the Genocchi numbers, the Bernoulli numbers, and the Stirling numbers were obtained.

Mountainous regions are
particularly sensitive to climate change. Seasonal and annual variations in
climate already strongly influence the ecosystems in such areas. Temporal and
spatial variations of temperature and precipitation, for higher elevation site
(Hailuogou Station) and lower elevation site (Moxi Station) within Hailuogou
watershed which is located on the eastern slope of Mount Gongga, China, were
analyzed to evaluate the extent and trend of climate change. Climate data were
carefully checked and corrected for errors before being analyzed. The results
of this work indicate that the measured climate data contain a wide magnitude
of variations in temperature and precipitation in the mountainous region. The
annual, minimal and maximal temperatures exhibit some increasing trends during
the studied period. The results of this work show that slightly warming climate
is mostly caused by increasing minimum temperature. Maximal precipitation
mostly occurs in July and minimal precipitation mostly occurs in December.
There exists a slightly declining trend of precipitation during 1988-2009.
Precipitation exhibits an increasing trend with altitude, whereas the temperature
has the reverse trend in the alpine area during studied period.

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This essay is aimed at revealing the psychological predicament of the contemporary people through analyzing the symbolic meaning of cage and god in The Hairy Ape. In the late 19th century and the beginning of the 20th century, capitalism appeared and then developed rapidly. Science and technology were also developing. All these resulted in contemporary people’s identity crisis and bewilderment. The analysis of the symbolic meaning of cage and god may be conducive to readers’ further comprehension of Yank’s experience in finding self-belonging and freedom.

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Magnesium aluminum hydroxides (MAH) of nitrate and carbonate forms were prepared by co-precipitation, dried at different temperatures, and employed as an adsorbent for pitch and stickies in papermaking. Results indicated that MAH that had been heat-treated had higher adsorption capacity to model pitch and stickies at neutral pH. Low-temperature-dried magnesium aluminum hydroxides of nitrate form (MAH-NO3) had higher adsorption capacity to model pitch and model stickies than those of the carbonate form (MAH-CO3). Increasing the drying temperature of MAH reduced the difference of adsorption capacity between MAH-NO3 and MAH-CO3. Higher-temperature-dried magnesium aluminum hydroxides also showed higher adsorption capacity to model pitch and stickies when the drying temperature was lower than 550 oC. MAH displayed higher adsorption capacity while a lower initial adsorption rate of model stickies than of model pitch. The model pitch and stickies were adsorbed on MAH significantly by charge neutralization and distributed mainly on the surface of the platelets of magnesium aluminum hydroxides. The experimental isothermal adsorption data of model pitch and stickies on MAH dried at 500 oC fit well to the Freundlich and Dubinin–Radushkevich isotherm equations.

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Many researches have been done to justify that equivalence is the supreme target of translation. However, so far, no research has ever figured out some applicable methods as to how to achieve “equivalence”. This paper, based on the theory of “Functional Equivalence” and the Theory of Translation as Selection and Adaptation (TASA), formulates three ways of translation for the translation of Chinese classics into English, namely, integrated model, style oriented model and information oriented model.

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We introduce the sequence given by generating function and establish some explicit formulas for the sequence . Several identities involving the sequence , Stirling numbers, Euler polynomials, and the central factorial numbers are also presented. 1. Introduction and Definitions For a real or complex parameter , the generalized Euler polynomials are defined by the following generating function (see [1–4]) Obviously, we have in terms of the classical Euler polynomials , being the set of positive integers. The classical Euler numbers are given by the following: The so-called the generalized Euler numbers are defined by (see [3, 5]) In fact, are the Euler numbers of order , being the set of integers. The numbers are the ordinary Euler numbers. Zhi-Hong Sun introduces the sequence similar to Euler numbers as follows (see [6, 7]): where (and in what follows) is the greatest integer not exceeding . Clearly, for . The first few values of are shown below The sequence is related to the classical Bernoulli polynomials (see [8–11]) and the classical Euler polynomials . Zhi-Hong Sun gets the generating function of and deduces many identities involving . As example, (see [6]), Similarly, we can define the generalized sequence . For a real or complex parameter , the generalized sequence is defined by the following generating function: Obviously, By using (10), we can obtain We now return to the Stirling numbers of the first kind, which are usually defined by (see [2, 5, 8, 11, 12]) or by the following generating function: It follows from (13) or (14) that and that The central factorial numbers are given by the following expansion formula (see [3, 5, 13]): or by means of the generating function It follows from (17) or (18) that with We also find from (18) that The main purpose of this paper is to prove some formulas for the generalized sequence and . Some identities involving the sequence , Stirling numbers , and the central factorial numbers are deduced. 2. Main Results Theorem 1. Let and Then, Remark 2. By (15), (19), (20), and Theorem 1, we know that is a polynomial of with integral coefficients. For example, by setting in Theorem 1, we get Taking in Theorem 1, we can obtain the following. Corollary 3. Let . Then, From Corollary 3, we may immediately deduce the following results. Corollary 4. Let . Then, Theorem 5. Let . Then, Theorem 6. Let . Suppose also that is defined by (22). Then, Theorem 7. Let . Then, Theorem 8. Let . Then, Theorem 9. Let . Then, 3. Proofs of Theorems Proof of Theorem 1. By (10), (13), and (18), we have which readily yields This completes the