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Culture and Knowledge Transfe: Theoretical Considerations  [PDF]
Jing Liu
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2010.31020
Abstract: Knowledge and culture are indissolubly linked together in organizations. Considerable evidence supports the importance of culture in the success or failure of knowledge management. Then, the effectiveness of knowledge transfer needs both cultural understanding and new considerations in the knowledge transfer of intercultural organizations. This paper identifies the influence of different dimensions of culture on knowledge transfer in different types of knowledge. Based on a topology that classified national culture into four dimensions provided by [12,13], power distance and individualism/collectivism are chosen as the representatives of national culture in this work and discuss the effect of national culture on knowledge transfer. The aim of this paper is to propose a theoretical framework for knowledge transfer processes based on differences in national culture for future research.
Multi-Source Spatial Data Distribution Model and System Implementation  [PDF]
Jing Liu, Xiancheng Mao
Communications and Network (CN) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/cn.2013.51009

The Multi-source spatial data distribution is based on WebGIS, and it is an important part of multi-source geographic information management system. a new multi-source spatial data distribution model is proposed on the basis of multisource data storage model and by combining existing map distribution technology, The author developed a multi-source spatial data distribution system which based on MapGIS K9 by using this model and taking full advantage of interfacecode separating thinking and high efficiency characteristic of .net, so high-speed distribution of multi-source spatial data realized.

Assisting Teaching Process and Management Based on the Informatization Platform  [PDF]
Weiyue Liu, Jing Ya
Open Journal of Applied Sciences (OJAppS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojapps.2013.31014

Based on the analysis of teaching environment, teaching process and course examination for the undergraduate, this paper discusses innovation of the teaching and learning reform of the curriculum for colleges and universities. In order to foster students’ innovation and creativity as the guidance, the research aims at teaching students how to learn learning during the teaching process. In the paper, it is put forward that the application of modernization methods will optimize the teaching process, through designing and developing convenient and feasible information system for teaching process control. The system is able to play a role in assisting teaching process and its management, increasing the interactions between teaching and learning, paying attention to students’ learning ability, creativity and imagination, so as to realize the purpose to optimize the teaching process and strengthen the teaching effectiveness.

Diversity of the RNA Polymerase in the H7N9 Influenza A Virus  [PDF]
Jing Li, Wenjun Liu
Advances in Microbiology (AiM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/aim.2015.59068
Abstract: A novel influenza virus of the H7N9 subtype has infected more than 350 people in China since 19 February 2013. Evolutionary analysis indicates that the virus is a reassortant originated from H7, N9 and H9N2 avian influenza viruses, and bears some amino acids associated with mammalian receptor binding, raising concern over the possibility of a new influenza pandemic. Besides HA and NA, the mutation of the polymerase is known to have an important role in virulence, host adaptation and transmissibility in mammalians. In this article, the annotation of the polymerase protein domain associated with molecular function has been highlighted, suggesting the combination of RNA polymerase of H7N9 viruses is still not stable for host adaptation. In addition, the mutation hallmarks in polymerase gene of H7N9 are compared, providing the potential determinants of the evolution in the H7N9 influenza A virus.
Improvement of the Cycle Performance of LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 Cathode Active Materials by In-Situ Coating with Poly(3,4-Ethylenedioxythiophene)  [PDF]
Jinfeng Liu, Jing Xu
Journal of Power and Energy Engineering (JPEE) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jpee.2017.512005
LiNi0.5Mn1.5O4 (LNMO)/poly(3,4-ethylenedioxythiophene) (PEDOT) composite cathode materials were prepared through in-situ polymerization of thiophene monomer (EDOT), with ammonium persulphate (APS) as oxidizing agent, p-toluenesulfonic acid (PTSA) as dopant. The morphology, amount of PEDOT coating, electrochemical properties of LNMO/PEDOT were characterized by scanning electron microscopy (SEM), thermogravimetric analysis (TGA) and galvanostatic charge and discharge tests. The results show that the composite materials show better cycle performance than bare LNMO.
A Study on the Influence of Career Growth on Work Engagement among New Generation Employees  [PDF]
Jing Bai, Jinping Liu
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2018.62022
Based on the questionnaire of 207 enterprise employees in South China, this paper uses the method such as hierarchical regression analysis, to explore the relationship between career growth and work engagement, the intermediary role of organizational identification and the moderating effect of person- organization value fit. The study shows that: 1) Employee career growth has a significant positive impact on organizational identification and work engagement; 2) Organizational identification plays a partial mediating role between career growth and work engagement; 3) Person-organization value fit positively regulates the relationship between career growth and organizational identification. That is to say, the higher the person-organization value fit, the more obvious the influence of career growth on organizational identification. Finally, based on the results, the paper discusses the significance of this research in theory and practice.
Comparative Morphology of the Leaf Epidermis in Ligusticum (Apiaceae) from China  [PDF]
Jing Zhou, Zhenwen Liu
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2018.96084
Abstract: To investigate the taxonomic value of leaf epidermal characters in developing a classification for Ligusticum (Apiaceae), thirty-eight species (including a cultivar) of the genus were examined using both light and scanning electron microscopy. Our results show that the infrageneric classification of Ligusticum based on the characters of involucel bracteoles, mericarps, and pollen grains was not supported as few epidermal characters were relatively constant at section level. Evidence from leaf epidermis, similar to that from molecular and morphological data, supports the separation of Tilingia (i.e. L. ajanense and L. tachiroei) from Ligusticum. Ligusticopsis was found to be indistinguishable from Ligusticum in epidermal characters. Furthermore, results from epidermal analysis, together with that from cytological evidence, fruit morphology as well as molecular phylogenetics suggest that L. delavayi should be transferred out of Ligusticum.
Application of Nonlinear Dynamics in Studying Flashover Fire in a Small Open Kitchen  [PDF]
Wan Ki Chow, Jing Liu
Journal of Applied Mathematics and Physics (JAMP) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jamp.2016.45100
Abstract: Open kitchen designs are found in small units in tall residential buildings of Asian-Oceania regions for better space utilization. As many combustibles are stored in small residential units, fire originated in the open kitchen can grow and spread fast. Consequently, flashover can occur to give a big fire and result in severe casualties and property damage. Nonlinear dynamics can be applied to predict critical heat release rate to flashover in the unit with an open kitchen and will be illustrated in this paper. Based on a two-zone model, temperature of the hot smoke layer was taken as the system state variable. An evolution equation was developed with selective control parameters. Onsetting of flashover using a nonlinear dynamical system was demonstrated in the example residential units. Effects of the floor dimensions, the radiation feedback coefficient and thermal properties of wall material on the onset of flashover were then examined and analyzed. The developed nonlinear dynamical model for studying the onset of flashover gives a better understanding of the various control parameters.
Electron capture of strongly screening nuclides $^{56}$Fe, $^{56}$Co, $^{56}$Ni , $^{56}$Mn ,$^{56}$Cr and $^{56}$V in presupernova
Jing-Jing Liu
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stt792
Abstract: According to the Shell-Model Monte Carlo method, basing on the Random Phase Approximation and the linear response theory, we carried out an estimation on electron capture of strongly screening nuclides $^{56}$Fe, $^{56}$Co, $^{56}$Ni , $^{56}$Mn ,$^{56}$Cr and $^{56}$V in strong electron screening (SES)in presupernova. The EC rates are decreased greatly and even exceed $21.5\%$ in SES. We also compare our results with those of Aufderheide (AFUD), which calculated by the method of Aufderheide in SES. Our results are agreed reasonably well with AUFD at higher density-temperature surroundings (e.g. $\rho_7>60, T_9=15.40$) and the maximum error is $\sim $0.5$\%$. However, the maximum error is $\sim $13.0$\%$ at lower density surroundings (e.g. $^{56}$Cr at $\rho_7=10, T_9=15.40, Y_e=0.41$ ). On the other hand, we also compared our results in SES with those of FFN's and Nabi's, which is in the case without SES. The comparisons show that our results are lower more than one order magnitude than FFN's, but about $7.23\%$ than Nabi's.
Electron capture of iron group nuclei in magnetars
Jing-Jing Liu
Physics , 2013, DOI: 10.1093/mnras/stt2086
Abstract: Using the theory of relativity in superstrong magnetic fields (SMFs) and nuclear shell model, we carry out estimation for electron capture (EC) rates on iron group nuclei in SMFs. The rates of change of electronic abundance (RCEA) due to EC are also investigated in SMFs. It is concluded that the EC rates of most iron group nuclides are increased greatly by SMFs and even exceeded by nine orders of magnitude. On the other hand, RCEA is influenced greatly by SMFs and even reduced by more than eight orders of magnitude in the EC reaction.We also compare our results with those of Fuller et al.(FFN) and Aufderheide et al.(AUFD) in the case with and without SMFs. The results show that our results are in good agreement with AUFD's, but the rates of FFN's are about close to one order of magnitude bigger than ours in the case without SMFs. On the contrary, our calculated rates for most nuclides in SMFs are increased and even exceeded as much as for nine and eight orders of magnitude of compared to FFN's and AUFD's results, which is in the case without SMFs, respectively.
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