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The Impacts of British Policies and the IRA’s Ideology on the 1981 Irish Hunger Strike
Lu Yan
Review of European Studies , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/res.v1n1p9
Abstract: The Northern Ireland question is the key question all over the world. The question is not only close related to the Britain and the Republic of Ireland, but also influences on Europe political and economic situation. Besides it, it is more important for the stability of West Europe. This essay is to list the conflicts between the British government and the Irish Republican Army in 1970s, to analyze the British government policies made to the IRA, to elaborate the IRA’s own ideology, with the view to state their influences on the 1981 Irish hunger strike, and on the develop of the Northern Ireland question.
Study on Argumentation Ability of Judicial Adjudication
Yan Lu
Asian Social Science , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v7n12p265
Abstract: Argumentation of judicial adjudication is an important means to acquire approval of a client and improve acceptability of a judgment. However, the judicial adjudication in China still has a lot of disadvantages in terms of adjudication of determination of fact, collection of evidence and application of law. Hence, it has been increasingly urgent to enhance the argumentation ability of judicial adjudication from the perspectives of macro system and micro argumentation technique.
Study on Occurrence of Legal Argumentation
Yan Lu
Asian Social Science , 2011, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v7n6p190
Abstract: The argumentation is a rational thinking activity, while legal argumentation is a specific research achievement of the theory of argumentation in study of law. It began in the sixties and seventies of the 20th Century. The theory attracted a great amount of research passion, which came from jurists and philosophers. At the time when legal argumentation received favor of study by lawyers and philosophers, it was gradually developed into a new studying paradigm for theory.
Binding mechanism of halide ions to bovine serum albumin and hemoglobin: investigated by ion selective-electrode  [PDF]
Gongke Wang, Wen Tang, Xiaoxiao Hao, Changling Yan, Yan Lu
Journal of Biophysical Chemistry (JBPC) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jbpc.2011.23023
Abstract: The binding mechanism of the interactions of halide ions (F–, Br– and I–) with bovine serum albumin (BSA) and hemoglobin (Hb) were studied at different temperatures, by using ion-selective electrodes. The experimental data were treated according to Klotz equation, and the number of binding sites and the binding constants were determined. The results show that the binding sites of F– on protein molecules are more than those of Br– and I–. Additionally, the number of the binding sites for halide ions on protein molecules increases with increasing temperature. This study also indicates that the binding constants for the interactions of halide ions with proteins gradually decrease as the size of halide ions and temperature increases. These behaviors were reasonably interpreted with the structural and thermodynamic factors. The thermodynamic functions at different temperatures were calculated with thermodynamic equations, and the enthalpy change for the interactions were also determined by isothermal titration calorimetry (ITC) at 298.15 K, which indicate that the interactions of halide ions with proteins are mainly electrostatic interaction.
A Fuzzy Model for Evaluating Cultivation Quality of Talents of Software Engineering at the Campus Universities  [PDF]
Yongzhong Lu, Danping Yan, Bo Liu
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2009, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2009.21008
Abstract: In order to measure the quality of talent cultivation at the school of software engineering, a quality evaluation model based on fuzzy theory is put forward. In the model, a three-layer architecture, which is composed of overall goal layer, second goal layer, and attribute layer, is set up. It places emphasis on the demand of talents with practicability and engineering in the field of software engineering. Then a case is used in the model to illustrate its effectiveness. The experimental results show that the model can comparatively better evaluate the quality of talent cultivation, reach the expected objective, and fulfill the practical demand. According to the model, a quality evaluation software system is developed while a rainfall lifecycle development model and Microsoft Visual C++ Development Studio are utilized.
An Empirical Study on the Impact of Cultural Types on Resources Integration Model  [PDF]
Yan Zhan, Jiansha Lu, Wei Deng Solvang
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2012.54039
Abstract: From the perspective of Resource-based Theory (RBT), organizational culture can be a source of sustained competitive advantage. And resources integration models, divided by property rights of resource, not firm boundary, as internal and external resources integration models, are presented as being specific in different cultural contexts. However, the literature review shows the absences of an integrated framework, which can help to highlight the different role that context-specific facets of culture play. This paper develops a conceptual framework based upon the culture literatures and evolutionary theory to define the relationship between four different cultural types, namely team-long-developmental culture (TLD), team-authority-communicative culture (TAC), long-risk-developmental culture (LRD) and risk-control-authoritative culture (RCA), and two different resource integration models. Our study undertook a survey of 168 effective samples from manufacturing industries and developed a model of Partial Least Squares (PLS). The empirical results confirm the reliability and validity of measurement scales. The theoretical hypotheses of cultural evolution mechanism for resource integration are also supported by the empirical evidence.
A Probe into the Anti-Corruption Mechanism behind Ming Dynasty’s Appointment of Touring Censorial Inspectors and the Causes for Its Failure  [PDF]
Lu Yang, Yan Wang, Sen Yang
Chinese Studies (ChnStd) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/chnstd.2016.53005
Abstract: Since the 18th CPC National Congress, China has made a giant leap in anti-corruption movement. To look back on the past, Ming Dynasty’s touring censorial inspector was truly typical of the inspection regime in ancient China, because appointment of the feudal official thereof epitomized a well-designed counter-corruption mechanism, which was consisted of official selection, official supervision, touring obligation and returning examination. Naturally, such mechanism could have been contributed a lot to the anti-corruption campaign at that time. Moreover, it could be a valuable guide for the current Central Leading Group for Inspection Work, functioning like the inspector, to wipe out corruption. Instead, that appointment finally failed to save Ming Dynasty from perishing. Consequently, the dynasty went to collapse because of its own design of political institution, social institution and cultural tradition. Now these causes can still help the Central Leading Group exterminate corruption. In a nutshell, these are a great treasure passed down.
The Effectiveness of Anti-Corruption: A Comparative Study between the Ming Dynasty’s Touring Censorial Inspectors and the Current Central Leading Group for Inspection Work  [PDF]
Lu Yang, Yan Wang, Sen Yang
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.48001
Abstract: Since the 18th CPC National Congress, China has cracked down hard on corruption. Among all the efforts, the Central Leading Group for Inspection Work has made the most contribution. As some people consider the Ming Dynasty’s Touring Censorial Inspectors as “China’s Ancient Central Leading Group for Inspection Work”, it is not difficult to find out certain similarity existing between these two kinds of anti-corruption mechanisms that have both made certain accomplishments. If boiled down to their nature, both the Central Leading Group for Inspection Work and the Touring Censorial Inspector System reflect the authorization-agency mechanism, which is plagued with asymmetric information and other problems. By comparing the Ming Dynasty’s Touring Censorial Inspectors, i.e. a typical example of the ancient inspection system, and the Central Leading Group for Inspection Work—the main anti-corruption body since the 18th CPC National Congress, lessons from the ancient practices can be drawn for today’s reference, which are both conducive to providing theoretical basis for advancing China’s current anti-corruption tasks and promoting the anti-corruption effectiveness and offer suggestions to enhance anti-corruption progress in China.
Mine Gas Emission Prediction Based on Grey Markov Prediction Model  [PDF]
Yan Wang, Duoxi Yao, Haifeng Lu
Open Journal of Geology (OJG) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojg.2018.810056
Abstract: This article puts forward the gray markov prediction model to predict mine gas emission by combining grey system theory and markov chain theory. And GM (1, 1) model is established in the first place for grey data by the model. To eliminate the error, and improve the prediction accuracy of the model, secondary parameters fitting was done on the basis of GM (1, 1) model. And we get second parameter fitting for trend prediction. Then using Markov state transfer probability matrix prediction method to do quadratic fitting for its predictive value, which can improve the prediction precision of the volatile random variables. It proves the prediction results of the model are satisfactory by analyzing history data of gas emission prediction. This conclusion broadens the application scope of grey forecast model and provides a new method for mine gas emission scientific forecast.
Research on the Relationship between R & D Investment and Corporate Value of “Unicorn” Companies: Based on the Financial Flexibility of Artificial Intelligence Company Data  [PDF]
Yang Lu, Qingjun Meng, Yan Cai
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2018.64070
In the modern era, the artificial intelligence industry has promoted the development of the economy with its own rapid development. Among them, financial management occupies a pivotal and indispensable position, especially the artificial intelligence industry in the “unicorn” corporate category. It relays on R & D investment, but there are still many uncertain factors in the capital operation process, such as capital structure, investment and risk management. All have greater uncertainty and risk which makes the requirements for the flexible use of financial management more stringent. It is necessary to look for a long-term perspective strategy suitable for the development of the company. Based on this background, this article proposes some existing problems in the current R & D investment from the perspective of financial flexibility and how to apply the advantages of financial flexibility reasonably to solve problems and achieve rapid development [1].
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