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An Improved Parameters Extraction Method for Dumbbell-Shaped Defected Ground Structure  [PDF]
Yuchun Guo, Qing Wang
Engineering (ENG) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2010.23028
Abstract: The paper presents an improved equivalent circuit parameters extraction method for the dumbbell-shaped defected ground structure (DGS). The new extraction parameters equations are obtained in closed-form expressions, which contain S11 and S21. The DGS unit with center frequency of 5 GHz is designed and fabricated on a TLX substrate with thickness of 1 mm and dielectric constant of 2.55. The circuit simulated results are in good agreement with the measured results. This parameters extraction method can be widely used for the design and analysis of DGS .
A Comparative Reading of Sejanus and Cato  [PDF]
Hui Guo, Qing Wang
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/als.2015.32007
Abstract: It seems that William Shakespeare’s Macbeth bears more similarities to Ben Jonson’s Sejanus. However, the two tragedies are even more different than Joseph Addison’s Cato and Jonson’s Sejanus as in Macbeth witchcraft and violent murder are involved. And Macbeth’s wife is even more vicious than the protagonist. Undeniably, there are more differences between Ben Jonson’s Sejanus and Joseph Addison’s Cato. The themes are different as Jonson’s Sejanus focuses on the protagonist’s conspiracy to the emperor Tiberius while Addison’s Cato praises the hero’s nobility and wisdom, though both die in the end of the tragedies. Triangular love is woven and being one of the main themes in Cato while adultery takes a small portion in Sejanus. Despite of the differences in these two tragedies, and the fact that the two dramatists belong to different eras, there are five main similarities between them: both tragedies being entitled with their protagonists’ names and setting in the ancient Rome, traitor ministers and conspiracy taking great proportion in the plots, the falls of the traitors in both tragedies, and the conflicts between the noble and evil parties. One can hardly fail to observe the judgments of the heroes by the characters within the tragedies. These similarities between the themes and structures of the plots lead to the similarities between the portrayals of the characters. Both Sejanus and Cato are heroic plays and political tragedies of Rome. The textual comparison between these two tragedies reveals an obvious influence of Jonson to Addison, who is also creative and develops this type of tragedy with the plot of triangular love.
System Analysis of Mystery Shopping Data: ISO 9001 for Control of Service Quality  [PDF]
E. G. Aminev, Qing Wang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.29023
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The dynamics of service staff in advertences in the filling stations network of one of the largest Russian oil company was investigated. Errors of personnel were revealed from mystery shopping questionnaires and it was proved that the distribution of mistakes can be described by refusing theory. Zipf-Mandelbrot’s model of the statistical structure of languages and, likewise, Gompertz- Makeham’s law of human mortality, are not allowed for approximation. Customer loyalty can be effectively predicted by methods of fast integer linear programming. Relevance factors allow one to authentically judge which components of social behaviour of the personnel have the greatest influence on the benevolence of clients to a company. The personnel are given concrete technologies of training design, statistical methods of detection of incorrect questions and algorithms of estimation of mystery consumer attainment. It is proposed to amend the recommendations of statistical methods to supplement the standard “quality management System” ISO 9001:2008 in the parts concerning with such subjects as personnel, education, training and the modeling of service quality.

Quasi-Rational Canonical Forms of a Matrix over a Number Field  [PDF]
Zhudeng Wang, Qing Wang, Nan Qin
Advances in Linear Algebra & Matrix Theory (ALAMT) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/alamt.2018.81001
Abstract: A matrix is similar to Jordan canonical form over the complex field and the rational canonical form over a number field, respectively. In this paper, we further study the rational canonical form of a matrix over any number field. We firstly discuss the elementary divisors of a matrix over a number field. Then, we give the quasi-rational canonical forms of a matrix by combining Jordan and the rational canonical forms. Finally, we show that a matrix is similar to its quasi-rational canonical forms over a number field.
Corpus-driven Learning in Collegiate Translation Course
Qing Wang
Theory and Practice in Language Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/tpls.1.3.287-291
Abstract: Translation teaching methodology in China needs innovation and corpus has found an increasingly important application in translation studies because its large amounts of stored data of naturally occurring language can enhance learner awareness about the language. The present paper aims at investigating the role of corpus-driven learning in student translator training at the university level in China.
Ulysses: The Novel, the Author and the Translators
Qing Wang
Theory and Practice in Language Studies , 2011, DOI: 10.4304/tpls.1.1.21-27
Abstract: A novel of kaleidoscopic styles, Ulysses best displays James Joyce’s creativity as a renowned modernist novelist. Joyce maneuvers freely the English language to express a deep hatred for religious hypocrisy and colonizing oppressions as well as a well-masked patriotism for his motherland. In this aspect Joyce shares some similarity with his Chinese translator Xiao Qian, also a prolific writer.
Translating Style: Constraints and Creativity
Qing Wang
Journal of Language Teaching and Research , 2010, DOI: 10.4304/jltr.1.4.406-411
Abstract: Style is an important factor to be considered in cross-cultural, cross-lingual translation. There are three factors that work subtle constraints on the style of the translated text: competence for analyzing authorial style, weighing “manner” against “matter”, and literary traditions in target culture. Despite such constraints, the translator’s artistic pursuit finds expressions in creativity. The style of the target text is, therefore, a product of both the original author and the translator, a fact that qualifies the translator to share with the original author the authorship to the work he has helped transplanted into the target culture.
Analysis of Climate Change in the Coastal Zone of Eastern China, against the Background of Global Climate Change over the Last Fifty Years: Case Study of Shandong Peninsula, China  [PDF]
Qing Tian, Qing Wang, Chao Zhan, Xiguo Li, Xueping Liu
International Journal of Geosciences (IJG) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ijg.2012.32042
Abstract: The climate change in Shandong Peninsula, China was analyzed in this paper by the non-parametric Mann-Kendall test, Accumulated Difference Curve and Order Cluster Analysis methods, based upon the datas of annual mean, maximum and minimum temperature and annual precipitation, precipitation from June to September over the past 50 years. Results obtained showed a number of observations: 1) The annual mean temperature of Shandong Peninsula showed a significant increasing trend, with a distinct abrupt change point detected around 1990, during the past 5 decades. The warming of the Peninsula over the last 50 years was due mainly to the significant increase of annual minimum temperature. The annual maximum temperature demonstrated a mixed trend of decreasing and increasing, but was statistically insignificant, and no abrupt change was detected; 2) The annual precipitation exhibited a decreasing trend during the past 5 decades, with an abrupt change detected around 1980 at most stations; but there was an earlier transition point at 1966, at a few stations. The reduction in precipitation, from June to September, was responsible mainly for the decrease of annual precipitation. Besides, the proportion of the June-September precipitation in the year declined slightly over the last 50 years; 3) In comparison, the temperature evolution in Shandong Peninsula was basically consistent with most parts of China, but warmed at a faster rate over the same period; the decreasing trend of precipitation was more significant compared with the other climate zones of China. Within the Peninsula, the abrupt change of temperature and precipitation in the Southeast was earlier than that in the Northwest; the reduction of precipitation was larger in the Southeast while the increase of temperature was more significant in the Northwest. This research was of great importance to understand the climate change and its environmental effects in the coastal zone.
Organization Psychoanalysis: Top-Managers Satisfaction Estimation  [PDF]
E. G. Aminev, Wang Qing, Z. Khairullina
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.28004
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\"A good chief\" is one of the most important indicators of job satisfaction. However, related to the immediate supervisor, ordinary employees, and especially top-managers do not tend to show it openly. The present study confirms the effectiveness of the solution of this problem with the help of standardized psychoanalytical questionnaires where classic erotic codes are transformed into corporate ones. An integral model for calculating the level of negativity to company policy was received. Approach can be applied effectively in the corporate counseling and within individual reception program of positive psychotherapy.

Chronic Pyriform Sinus-Pleural-Mediastinal Fistula Secondary to an Internal Penetrating Trauma by a Toothbrush  [PDF]
Qing Cheng, Banghua Liu, Jibao Wang
International Journal of Otolaryngology and Head & Neck Surgery (IJOHNS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ijohns.2014.32019
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Objective: To report an unusual case of pyriform sinus-pleural-mediastinal fistula secondary to internal penetrating trauma by a toothbrush, with emphasis on management options. Case report: A 26-year-old woman swallowed a toothbrush in a violent manner 8 months ago in an attempt of self-mutilation. She immediately complained of neck pain and dysphagia. She was diagnosed with pyriform sinus-pleural-mediastinal fistula. The fistula was repaired. Primary closure was performed and covered with the sternocleidomastoid muscle flap, and reinforced with thyroid tissue and surrounding tissues. The patient did not present any complications or recurrence, and she gained weight after the operation. Conclusion: Early recognition of hypopharyngeal perforation is important, and in selected cases, immediate repair of the perforation can lead to a good prognosis.

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