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Impact of the Degree of Technical Capability Structure Matching on the Intellectual Property Risk in Industry-University-Institute Cooperation  [PDF]
Yong Dai, Zhenyang Lin
Open Journal of Business and Management (OJBM) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojbm.2017.52028
Abstract: Based on theoretical analysis of the mechanism of enterprise technical capability structure, intellectual property risks and so on, this paper makes an empirical verification and puts forward the model of the enterprise technical capability matching degree’s effect on intellectual property risk by contract control. Conclusion: the technical capability of the enterprise structure is divided into three dimensions: product development and manufacturing capabilities, applied generic technology and basic generic technology; intellectual property risk can be divided into personnel loss risk, and intellectual property theft risk related to cooperative innovation, intellectual property theft risk unrelated to cooperative innovation and Intellectual property investment risk; different dimensions of enterprise technological capability structure will reduce the risk of intellectual property rights, and the impact can be diversified; control mode can exert a mediating effect on the relationship between embedded influence on intellectual property risk.
Drivers and Patterns of Supply Chain Collaboration in the Pharmaceutical Industry: A Case Study on SMEs in China  [PDF]
Lin Huang, Yong Lin, Petros Ieromonachou, Li Zhou, Jing Luo
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.37004
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The objectives of this paper are to identify the supply chain collaboration models/patterns and its correspondent advantages on pharmaceutical supply chain. This paper aims to investigate how collaborative activities can impact on the development of supply chain and industry. A case study methodology was adopted in this research, which involved pharmaceutical SMEs. The results indicate that collaborations are common in all phases of pharmaceutical supply chain; the different strength of barging power among collaborative partners will impact the advantages achieved at strategic, operational and political levels.

Properties for CD Inequalities with Unbounded Laplacians
Cao Gong,Yong Lin
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: The CD equalities were introduced to imply the gradient estimate of laplace operator on graphs. This article is based on the unbounded Laplacians, and finally concludes some equivalent properties of the CD(K,$\infty$)and CD(K,n).
Equivalent Properties of CD Inequality on Graph
Yong Lin,Shuang Liu
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We study some equivalent properties of the curvature-dimension conditions $CD(n,K)$ inequality on infinite, but locally finite graph. These equivalences are gradient estimate, Poincar\'e type inequalities and reverse Poincar\'e inequalities. And we also obtain one equivalent property of gradient estimate for a new notion of curvature-dimension conditions $CDE'(\infty, K)$ at the same assumption of graphs.
Stochastic completeness for graphs with curvature dimension conditions
Bobo Hua,Yong Lin
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We prove pointwise gradient bounds for heat semigroups associated to general (possibly unbounded) Laplacians on infinite graphs satisfying the curvature dimension condition CD(K,\infty). Using gradient bounds, we show stochastic completeness for graphs satisfying the curvature dimension condition.
A new method of building permeability model in low-permeability reservoir numerical simulation  [PDF]
Yong-Chao Xue, Lin-Song Cheng, Lei Su
Natural Science (NS) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2010.22020
Abstract: Aiming at solving the problem that big differ-ence exists between logging permeability and true permeability of micro-fractured low-permeability sand reservoir, this paper puts forward a new method to revise logging per-meability by using primiparity data of oil field. This method has been successfully applied to revise logging permeability of micro-fractured low-permeability sand reservoir in Baiyushan area of Jing’An oil field, which shows that the method is reliable because the geological model building through the permeability which has been handled by this method accords with the real reservoir significantly.
Food Supply Chain Safety Risk Prevention and Control: Based on the Behavioral Perspective  [PDF]
Yong-Sheng Liu, Rong Yu, Xiang-Xiang Lin
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2012.53031
Abstract: Food supply chain is characterized by the complexity of covering a large range of aspects, which determines the difficulty of its safety risk prevention and control. Every step in food supply chain involves human activities, therefore the human participation becomes one of the critical elements that impact the food supply chain safety risk. From the perspective of human behavior as a cut-in point, the matter of food supply chain safety risk prevention and control is discussed and analyzed, referring to related theories of organizational behavior. Based on the discussion on attitude and motivation, two main factors that influence human behavior, approaches of controlling human behavior are summarized from two aspects, which are respectively correcting the food supply chain participants’ attitudes and providing them with incentives, so as to reach the goal of food supply chain safety risk prevention and control.
Central Pain in Parkinson’s Disease: A Case Report  [PDF]
Roger S. Moon, Yong-Jian Lin, Howard L. Rosner
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2018.74027
Abstract: Pain in Parkinson’s disease is common, with an estimated prevalence up to 85% of those with the disease. Central pain in Parkinson’s disease is poorly understood and the role of pharmacological treatment, including the use of dopamine agonists, needs further investigation. Our objective is to discuss a case report of central pain in Parkinson’s disease in an outpatient setting. A 67-year-old-male patient with Parkinson’s disease presented with right-sided pain, which was refractory to non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, acetaminophen, and opioid agonists. The initiation of dopaminergic therapy resulted in a near complete relief of pain. This case illustrates the need for a multidisciplinary approach to better care for Parkinson’s disease patients with central pain, and further study to identify the pathophysiologic mechanism.
On -derivations of BCI-algebras
Jianming Zhan,Yong Lin Liu
International Journal of Mathematics and Mathematical Sciences , 2005, DOI: 10.1155/ijmms.2005.1675
Abstract: The notion of left-right (resp., right-left) f-derivation of a BCI-algebra is introduced, and some related properties are investigated. Using the idea of regular f-derivation, we give characterizations of a p-semisimple BCI-algerba.
Transcriptional regulatory programs underlying barley germination and regulatory functions of Gibberellin and abscisic acid
Yong-Qiang An, Li Lin
BMC Plant Biology , 2011, DOI: 10.1186/1471-2229-11-105
Abstract: The studies examined transcriptomes of barley representing six distinct and well characterized germination stages and revealed that the transcriptional regulatory program underlying barley germination was composed of early, late, and post-germination phases. Each phase was accompanied with transcriptional up-regulation of distinct biological pathways. Cell wall synthesis and regulatory components including transcription factors, signaling and post-translational modification components were specifically and transiently up-regulated in early germination phase while histone families and many metabolic pathways were up-regulated in late germination phase. Photosynthesis and seed reserve mobilization pathways were up-regulated in post-germination phase. However, stress related pathways and seed storage proteins were suppressed through the entire course of germination. A set of genes were transiently up-regulated within three hours of imbibition, and might play roles in initiating biological pathways involved in seed germination. However, highly abundant transcripts in dry barley and Arabidopsis seeds were significantly conserved. Comparison with transcriptomes of barley aleurone in response to GA and ABA identified three sets of germination responsive genes that were regulated coordinately by GA, antagonistically by ABA, and coordinately by GA but antagonistically by ABA. Major CHO metabolism, cell wall degradation and protein degradation pathways were up-regulated by both GA and seed germination. Those genes and metabolic pathways are likely to be important parts of transcriptional regulatory networks underlying GA and ABA regulation of seed germination and seedling growth.The studies developed a model depicting transcriptional regulatory programs underlying barley germination and GA and ABA regulation of germination at gene, pathway and systems levels, and established a standard transcriptome reference for further integration with various -omics and biological data to
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