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Comparisons between Chinese and Mongolian Patient Satisfaction  [PDF]
Na Chen, Xinxing Zhou, Yingkui Zhang
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2017.813135
Abstract: This study compared the differences between Chinese and Mongolian patient satisfaction and investigated factors influencing patient satisfaction of the two countries in order to provide suggestions for the establishment and improvement of Mongolia’s health care system. This study involved two questionnaire surveys. Questionnaire Survey I investigated patient satisfaction of the two countries, whereas based on the first survey, Questionnaire Survey II revisited the respondents and investigated the reasons for their dissatisfaction with different aspects of health care service. According to the results of Questionnaire Survey I, Chinese overall patient satisfaction was higher than that of Mongolian. China and Mongolia had their own advantages in different health care service aspects respectively. The factors of consideration, cost of care and quality/competence showed significant influences on Chinese patient satisfaction, whereas the factors of hospitals, payment mechanisms and quality/competence showed significant influences on Mongolian patient satisfaction. According to the results of Questionnaire Survey II, Chinese individuals were more likely to express their dissatisfaction. Chinese individuals’ dissatisfaction focused on the issues of high costs of seeing a doctor, long waiting time and unreasonable procedures, whereas Mongolian individuals’ dissatisfaction focused on the issues of long waiting time, high costs of seeing a doctor and doctors’ poor attitudes. Implications were discussed for the development of Mongolia’s health care system.
Counter-Imitation the Speaker`s Recognition and the Reconfirmation System Based on GMM
Zhou Ping,Xinxing Jing
Information Technology Journal , 2007,
Abstract: It is the foundation of network and information system to strengthen the security for improving status authentication. The veins of voice recognition has merit of no memory, no lose and easy to operate and so on. It can reconfirm the status of the speaker based on counter-imitation recognition and reconfirmation the system so that it can safeguard the security of information and the order. Counter-imitation the speaker’s reconfirmation system take the policy-making way which identified the speaker applies to the recognition of confirmation stage. The experimental result had proved the validity and the usability of counter-imitates deliberatively the speaker to reconfirm method.
Leader Group Prototypicality and Employee Well-Being: The Mediate Effect of Group Commitment and the Moderate Effect of Openness  [PDF]
Xinxing Guo
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2016.74061

According to the social identity Theory, leadership group prototypicality have an important effect in employee’s group identity, work attitude and employee well-being. In this article, we explore the mechanism between leadership group prototypicality and employee well-being to understand how leadership group prototypicality works. We had a sample of 336 employees to test our hypothesis in communication carriers in Guangdong. We used the longitudinal survey and collected the data in three different time point. At last, regression method was used to analyze the data. The results showed that: 1) leadership group prototypicality group could predict employee well-being; 2) mediating effect of group commitment was proud between leadership group prototypicality and employee well-being; 3) moderating effects of openness were found upon the relationship between leadership group prototypicality and group commitment. Finally, this study proposed management practice for leadership group prototypicality, and proposed future research prospects.

Application of Speaker Recognition Based on LSSVM and GMM Mixture Model
Haiyan Yang,Xinxing Jing,Ping Zhou
Information Technology Journal , 2012,
Abstract: The technique of speaker recognition is becoming mature. A system of speaker recognition based on Least Squares Support Vector Machine (LSSVM) and Gaussian Mixture Model (GMM) mixture model is discussed in this study. The designed system will be considered to application in Internet environment. The performances of different feature parameters are compared such as LPCC, MFCC and WPTMFC in this study. After comparing recognition rate of LSSVM model and LSSVM-GMM mixture model, recognition rate of the system using the mixture model based on LSSVM-GMM is better and the mixture model is chose. The final results show that the system has good recognition rate and is potential for the practical applications.
Study on Suppression with Multi-frequency Interference in HFC
Xinxing Jing,Xiande Liu,Ping Zhou
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2005,
Abstract: QPSK or 16QAM modulation technology is used in upstream channel of HFC bi-direction net. In this study the CMRLS and the CMFTF known as high efficient nonlinear arithmetic are applied in the narrow band interference suppression. After analysis with multi-frequency interference the simulation results are shown that CMFTF performance is the nearly same as the CMRLS algorithm, but less computation, so the CMFTF is considered as the best algorithm.
Weak measurements of a large spin angular splitting of light beam on reflection at Brewster angle
Xinxing Zhou,Hailu Luo,Shuangchun Wen
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1364/OE.20.016003
Abstract: We reveal a large spin angular splitting of light beam on reflection at the Brewster angle both theoretically and experimentally. A simple weak measurements system manifesting itself for the built-in post-selection technique is proposed to explore this angular splitting. Remarkably, the directions of the spin accumulations can be switched by adjusting the initial handedness of polarization.
Rapid non-adiabatic loading in an optical lattice
Xinxing Liu,Xiaoji Zhou,Wei Xiong,Thibault Vogt,Xuzong Chen
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.83.063402
Abstract: We present a scheme for non-adiabatically loading a Bose-Einstein condensate into the ground state of a one dimensional optical lattice within a few tens of microseconds typically, i.e. in less than half the Talbot period. This technique of coherent control is based on sequences of pulsed perturbations and experimental results demonstrate its feasibility and effectiveness. As the loading process is much shorter than the traditional adiabatic loading timescale, this method may find many applications.
Enhanced and switchable spin Hall effect of light near the Brewster angle on reflection
Hailu Luo,Xinxing Zhou,Weixing Shu,Shuangchun Wen,Dianyuan Fan
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevA.84.043806
Abstract: We reveal an enhanced and switchable spin Hall effect (SHE) of light near Brewster angle on reflection both theoretically and experimentally. The obtained spin-dependent splitting reaches 3200nm near Brewster angle, 50 times larger than the previous reported values in refraction. We find that the amplifying factor in week measurement is not a constant which is significantly different from that in refraction. As an analogy of SHE in electronic system, a switchable spin accumulation in SHE of light is detected. We were able to switch the direction of the spin accumulations by slightly adjusting the incident angle.
Realization of Tunable Photonic Spin Hall Effect by Tailoring the Pancharatnam-Berry Phase
Xiaohui Ling,Xinxing Zhou,Weixing Shu,Hailu Luo,Shuangchun Wen
Physics , 2013,
Abstract: Recent developments in the field of photonic spin Hall effect (SHE) offer new opportunities for advantageous measurement of the optical parameters (refractive index, thickness, etc.) of nanostructures and enable spin-based photonics applications in the future. However, it remains a challenge to develop a tunable photonic SHE with any desired spin-dependent splitting for generation and manipulation of spin-polarized photons. Here, we demonstrate experimentally a scheme to realize the photonic SHE tunably by tailoring the space-variant Pancharatnam-Berry phase (PBP). It is shown that light beams whose polarization with a tunable spatial inhomogeneity can contribute to steering the space-variant PBP which creates a spin-dependent geometric phase gradient, thereby possibly realizing a tunable photonic SHE with any desired spin-dependent splitting. Our scheme provides a convenient method to manipulate the spin photon. The results can be extrapolated to other physical system with similar topological origins.
Geometric Photonic Spin Hall Effect with Metapolarization
Xiaohui Ling,Xinxing Zhou,Xunong Yi,Hailu Luo,Shuangchun Wen
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: We develop a geometric photonic spin Hall effect (PSHE) which manifests as spin-dependent shift in momentum space. It originates from an effective space-variant Pancharatnam-Berry (PB) phase created by artificially engineering the polarization distribution of the incident light. Unlikely the previously reported PSHE involving the light-matter interaction, the resulting spin-dependent splitting in the geometric PSHE is purely geometrically depend upon the polarization distribution of light which can be tailored by assembling its circular polarization basis with suitably magnitude and phase. This metapolarization idea enables us to manipulate the geometric PSHE by suitably tailoring the polarization geometry of light. Our scheme provides great flexibility in the design of various polarization geometry and polarization-dependent application, and can be extrapolated to other physical system, such as electron beam or atom beam, with the similar spin-orbit coupling underlying.
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