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Theoretical Exploration and Practice of the Funding for Educations in China  [PDF]
Huizhong Xu, Zhiqin Ben, Jie Deng
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.54026
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Chinese current funding systems have basically solved the economic distress of poor students’ right to receiving educations, but there are still many problems and shortcomings, such as the unclear funding concepts, the disjunction of the funding and education, low performance of the funding for education. From the capital theory, funding includes the three investment areas: cultural capital, human capital and social capital, which show us a new perspective to make clear the intrinsic link between the funding and education and provide a theoretical basis. Therefore, we can totally improve the performance of the funding for education through the three aspects: protecting cultural capital to meet the educational needs, enhancing human capital to meet the needs of self-development and accumulating social capital to meet the needs of the upward social mobility.

The Effects of a Pilot Intervention for Community-Dwelling Adults with Rheumatoid Arthritis in Wuhan, China
Wenfang Deng,Jie Hu
Frontiers in Public Health , 2013, DOI: 10.3389/fpubh.2013.00043
Abstract: This study examined the effects of a pilot educational intervention program on knowledge, perceived self-efficacy, and health-related quality of life (HRQoL) of community-dwelling adults with rheumatoid arthritis (RA). A convenience sample of 16 participants with RA completed the program in Wuhan, China. Data were collected in face-to-face interviews using questionnaires at baseline, post-test, and 1 month follow-up. Knowledge scores were significantly increased over time. Significant differences were found in pain self-efficacy, symptoms self-efficacy, bodily pain, social functioning, and role emotional functions. Community health providers should provide educational programs to improve HRQoL for adults with RA.
On bases of quantized enveloping algebras
Bangming Deng,Jie Du
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: We give a systematic description of many monomial bases for a given quantized enveloping algebra and of many integral monomial bases for the associated Lusztig $\mathbb Z[v,v^{-1}]$-form. The relations between monomial bases, PBW bases and canonical bases are also discussed.
Monomial bases for quantum affine sl_n
Bangming Deng,Jie Du
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: We use the idea of generic extensions to investigate the correspondence between the isomorphism classes of nilpotent representations of a cyclic quiver and the orbits in the corresponding representation varieties. We endow the set $\cal M$ of such isoclasses with a monoid structure and identify the submonoid $\cal M_c$ generated by simple modules. On the other hand, we use the partial ordering on the orbits (i.e., the Bruhat-Chevalley type ordering) to induce a poset structure on $\cal M$ and describe the poset ideals generated by an element of the submonoid $\cal M_c$ in terms of the existence of a certain composition series of the corresponding module. As applications of these results, we generalize some results of Ringel involving special words to results with no restriction on words and obtain a systematic description of many monomial bases for any given quantum affine ${\frak {sl}}_n$.
Frobenius morphisms and representations of algebras
Bangming Deng,Jie Du
Mathematics , 2003,
Abstract: By introducing Frobenius morphisms $F$ on algebras $A$ and their modules over the algebraic closure ${{\bar \BF}}_q$ of the finite field $\BF_q$ of $q$ elements, we establish a relation between the representation theory of $A$ over ${{\bar \BF}}_q$ and that of the $F$-fixed point algebra $A^F$ over $\BF_q$. More precisely, we prove that the category $\modh A^F$ of finite dimensional $A^F$-modules is equivalent to the subcategory of finite dimensional $F$-stable $A$-modules, and, when $A$ is finite dimensional, we establish a bijection between the isoclasses of indecomposable $A^F$-modules and the $F$-orbits of the isoclasses of indecomposable $A$-modules. Applying the theory to representations of quivers with automorphisms, we show that representations of a modulated quiver (or a species) over $\BF_q$ can be interpreted as $F$-stable representations of a corresponding quiver over ${{\bar \BF}}_q$. We further prove that every finite dimensional hereditary algebra over $\BF_q$ is Morita equivalent to some $A^F$, where $A$ is the path algebra of a quiver $Q$ over ${{\bar \BF}}_q$ and $F$ is induced from a certain automorphism of $Q$. A close relation between the Auslander-Reiten theories for $A$ and $A^F$ is established. In particular, we prove that the Auslander-Reiten (modulated) quiver of $A^F$ is obtained by "folding" the Auslander-Reiten quiver of $A$. Finally, by taking Frobenius fixed points, we are able to count the number of indecomposable representations of a modulated quiver with a given dimension vector and to establish part of Kac's theorem for all finite dimensional hereditary algebras over a finite field.
Hall algebras of cyclic quivers and $q$-deformed Fock spaces
Bangming Deng,Jie Xiao
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: Based on the work of Ringel and Green, one can define the (Drinfeld) double Ringel--Hall algebra ${\mathscr D}(Q)$ of a quiver $Q$ as well as its highest weight modules. The main purpose of the present paper is to show that the basic representation $L(\Lambda_0)$ of ${\mathscr D}(\Delta_n)$ of the cyclic quiver $\Delta_n$ provides a realization of the $q$-deformed Fock space $\bigwedge^\infty$ defined by Hayashi. This is worked out by extending a construction of Varagnolo and Vasserot. By analysing the structure of nilpotent representations of $\Delta_n$, we obtain a decomposition of the basic representation $L(\Lambda_0)$ which induces the Kashiwara--Miwa--Stern decomposition of $\bigwedge^\infty$ and a construction of the canonical basis of $\bigwedge^\infty$ defined by Leclerc and Thibon in terms of certain monomial basis elements in ${\mathscr D}(\Delta_n)$.
Reading Ability: From Individual Development to Important Demand  [PDF]
Xuemei Deng, Jie Sun
Open Access Library Journal (OALib Journal) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1105329
Abstract:
Reading is essential to individual development and national development strategy. With the improvement of technologies and the advent of emerging reading media, reading ability has gradually become indispensable for teenagers to develop their personalities, obtain knowledge and promote their social development. Meanwhile, it also concerns the cultural inheritance, technological innovation and future development of a nation, receiving more and more attention from the countries all over the world. Reading ability enhancement has become a development strategy and important demand in many countries.
Fall Prevention Education Reduces the Falling Rate on the Osteoporosis Patients Treated with Zoledronic Acid  [PDF]
Ermei Jie, Jinmei Deng
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2019.88027
Abstract: Objective: Falls are one of the most common direct causes of fractures which are major causes of morbidity and mortality in osteoporosis patient. There are many factors related to falls, by interfering of fall prevention education on the patients with osteoporosis, our study is to investigate whether fall prevention education can reduce the falling rate on the osteoporosis patients treated with zoledronic acid. Methods: A total of 178 eligible female patients who first visited our osteoporosis department during January 2016 to June 2017 were invited to participate in this study, and all participants were randomly divided into an observation group (92 cases) and an intervention group (86 cases). All patients were administrated zoledronic acid once and received a questionnaire survey about factors related to falls at the beginning and a year later. The patients in the observation group only received regular orders of adopting a healthy lifestyle while those in the intervention group received fall prevention assessment and education, and a telephone follow-up and reinforced fall prevention education a month after discharge. A year later, relevant data regarding the falls of each patient of both groups during the year and the data of the questionnaire survey were collected for intergroup comparison. Results: The difference of the improvement of fall risk factors between the two groups is statistically significant (P < 0.05), except the factor of diabetes without treatment. In the intervention group, 5.8% fell at least once, and 19.6% of the patients in the observation group reported the same during the year. Comparing the cases of falls of the two groups, the difference shows statistical significance (P = 0.006). Conclusion: For an osteoporosis patient treated with zoledronic acid, fall prevention education is an effective method to reduce the risk of falling, which would result in a lower risk of fractures and a better prognosis.
A Case Report of Alendronate Treatment over 20 Years on Osteoporosis and Literature Review  [PDF]
Jinmei Deng, Enjing Chen, Suming Jie, Xiuzhen Cai, Dongmei Cai
Case Reports in Clinical Medicine (CRCM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/crcm.2018.76037
Abstract: Osteoporosis is commonly seen in aged people, but not much attention is paid to it. Patient compliance is challenged by many factors, including long-time treatment and high rates of fatality and disability caused by fragility fractures. With age-related changes, the treatment will last for a lifetime. A clinical case of postmenopausal patient who had received incontinuous treatment of alendronate for 20 years was studied in this article. As the level of compliance varied in different treatment phases, the curative outcome of this patient was altered. This study also presented a literature review to discuss the current situation, treatment and compliance of osteoporosis in China and the corresponding influences on bone mineral density (BMD) and prognosis. Hopefully, this study can increase physicians’ awareness of osteoporosis in clinical treatment and its pharmacotherapy and treatment course.
Curative Effect Analysis of Zoledronic Acid in the Treatment of Postmenopausal Osteoporosis with Different Bone Turnover Rates  [PDF]
Suming Jie, Jinmei Deng, Caixia Lin, Xiuzhen Cai, Dongmei Cai
International Journal of Clinical Medicine (IJCM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ijcm.2018.98052
Abstract: Objective: To explore the clinical efficacy of Zoledronic Acid Injection in the treatment of postmenopausal osteoporosis with different bone turnover rates. Methods: A total of 63 patients diagnosed with postmenopausal osteoporosis were included in this study. Each patient was administrated 5 mg/100mL Zoledronic Acid (Aclasta) intravenously once and then given a one-year prescription of 600 mg/d oral Caltrate. The bone turnover parameters (PINP, β-cross, N-MID) were measured prior to the injection of Zoledronic Acid while the bone mineral density (BMD) and the pain scores of each patient were tested before treatment and after the one-year medication. On this basis, the patients were divided into several groups according to their bone turnover rates for intergroup comparison of treatment outcomes. Results: BMD results and pain scores of all participants were significantly improved at different levels after treatment. However, these improvements had no significant differences between the patients with high and low bone turnover rates. Conclusion: Zoledronic Acid Injection can relieve bone pain, enhance the quality of life and increase the BMD in patients with postmenopausal osteoporosis, regardless of the bone turnover status.
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