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Effects and Countermeasures of “Replacing Business Tax with VAT” to Real Estate Industry  [PDF]
Fang Zhou
Modern Economy (ME) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/me.2016.75064
Abstract: As an important measure to deepen reform of the fiscal and taxation systems, “replacing business tax with Added-Value Tax (VAT)” pilot will be carried out in all industry across our country on 1st May 2016, the goal of the tax reformation is to have the Added-Value Tax (VAT) completely replace business tax, and to effectively avoid multiple taxation. The real estate industry, known as the foundation of national economy, will be greatly affected by the tax reformation. This paper discusses the impact of “replacing business tax with VAT” on the real estate industry’s tax burden, cost, house price, profit and cash flow. Finally, some suggestions on how to deal with tax reformation for the real estate industry are put forward.
Internet-Future Business Development Focus  [PDF]
Xiang Fang, Yangping Zhou
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2012.23011
Abstract: The paper compares the characteristics of traditional business model to future business model development. Internet will be the most important growth point on business development. With the internet business growth and development or the potential customers growth, future business development and enlargement should be focused. The relevant contents discussion will be good to the future business development.
An Analysis of China’s Higher Education Public Policy “College Students Can Suspend Study to Start up Businesses”  [PDF]
Tao Jiang, Fang Zhou
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.58022
Abstract: In recent years, the number of college graduates in China has been increasing rapidly and has reached several new highs. Therefore, the employment situation of college students in China is becoming increasingly grim, drawing wide attention and concern from all walks of life in society. The Ministry of Education officially put forward the policy of College Students can Suspend Study to Start Up Businesses in 2016. The policy is in favour of universities and colleges adopting flexible schooling systems, lengthening students’ school years on campus, allowing students to adjust their academic progress to start up their businesses while retaining their student identity. This article is written in the purpose of analyzing the policy from the perspectives of public policy-making methodologies, procedures and the backgrounds against which the policy was made, weighing its pros and cons and its practicality and offering some suggestions concerning it to make the policy more applicable and effective.
Sparse Group Selection Through Co-Adaptive Penalties
Zhou Fang
Statistics , 2011,
Abstract: Recent work has focused on the problem of conducting linear regression when the number of covariates is very large, potentially greater than the sample size. To facilitate this, one useful tool is to assume that the model can be well approximated by a fit involving only a small number of covariates -- a so called sparsity assumption, which leads to the Lasso and other methods. In many situations, however, the covariates can be considered to be structured, in that the selection of some variables favours the selection of others -- with variables organised into groups entering or leaving the model simultaneously as a special case. This structure creates a different form of sparsity. In this paper, we suggest the Co-adaptive Lasso to fit models accommodating this form of `group sparsity'. The Co-adaptive Lasso is fast and simple to calculate, and we show that it holds theoretical advantages over the Lasso, performs well under a broad set of conclusions, and is very competitive in empirical simulations in comparison with previously suggested algorithms like the Group Lasso and the Adaptive Lasso.
Recent Progress in Silicon Photonics: A Review
Zhou Fang,Ce Zhou Zhao
ISRN Optics , 2012, DOI: 10.5402/2012/428690
Recent Progress in Silicon Photonics: A Review
Zhou Fang,Ce Zhou Zhao
ISRN Optics , 2012, DOI: 10.5402/2012/428690
Abstract: With the increasing bandwidth requirement in computing and signal processing, the inherent limitations in metallic interconnection are seriously threatening the future of traditional IC industry. Silicon photonics can provide a low-cost approach to overcome the bottleneck of the high data rate transmission by replacing the original electronic integrated circuits with photonic integrated circuits. Although the commercial promise has not been realized, this perspective gives huge impetus to the development of silicon photonics these years. This paper provides an overview of the progress and the state of the art of each component in silicon photonics, including waveguides, filters, modulators, detectors, and lasers, mainly in the last five years. 1. Introduction Silicon (Si) has been the mainstay of the electronics industry for more than 40 years and once revolutionized the way the world operates. By employing more precise lithography technology and multicore structures, the development of processors can still barely follow the Moore’s law. However, with increasing requirement of bandwidth, the parasitic effects in current metallic interconnection have gradually become a main obstacle for further improvements, since electric signal attenuation and power dissipation rise dramatically with higher data rate. To overcome the bottleneck of the high data rate transmission, one possible solution could be employing optical interconnect, in which the information signals are carried by photons instead. Compared with electrons, photons have zero rest mass and zero charge, which means that they can travel at velocity of light without the interference with electromagnetic field, so optical systems can theoretically achieve signal transmission with much higher data rate and better stability than electrical system. Therefore, it is highly desirable to replace traditional electrical circuits with optical circuits, and, under these motivations, a popular subject, called optoelectronic integrated circuit (OEIC), has been built since late 1980s. Si has an apparent window from the wavelength of 1100?nm to 7000?nm approximately, which is far from being limited to the near-infrared (IR) communication band of 1300–1550?nm. Some excellent optical properties, like large optical damage threshold and thermal conductivity, also appear in Si. Furthermore, today’s mature complementary metal-oxide semiconductor (CMOS) techniques could also allow low-cost, large-scale manufacturing for Si photonic devices. All of these reasons select Si as a remarkable candidate for photonics. The
Transmission line model of carbon nanotubes: through the Boltzmann transport equation

Fang Zhou,

半导体学报 , 2011,
Abstract: A transmission line (TL) model of a carbon nanotube (CNT) is analyzed through the Boltzmann transport equation (BTE). With the help of a numerical solution of the BTE, we study the kinetic inductance (LK), quantum capacitance (CQ) and resistivity (RS) of a CNT under a high frequency electric field. Values of LK and CQ obtained from BTE accord with the theoretical values, and the TL model is verified by transport theory for the first time. Moreover, our results show that the AC resistivity of CNTs deviates from DC, increasing along with shorter electric field wave length. This shows that changes in RS in the high frequency condition must be considered in the TL model.
Reflections on the Internationalization of Higher Education in Jiangxi
Hong Fang,Hongmin Zhou
International Education Studies , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ies.v3n2p27
Abstract: The internationalization of higher education in Jiangxi Province is not only the internal requirement of the development of higher education but the actual demands of Jiangxi’s economic development. However, quite a few problems are hindering it, such as laggard ideas about education internationalization, low level of staff internationalization, dissatisfying overseas enrollment, poor international cooperation in running schools, small scale of the international exchanges of information and so on. As a result, in order to promote the internationalization of Jiangxi’s higher education, some countermeasures should be taken: enhancing understanding, updating ideas and accelerating relevant projects; sorting out relations and perfecting systems according to actual demands; confirming objectives, giving guidance according to different types and developing individuality; improving teaching quality and developing programs; expanding channels and creating conditions in accordance with local conditions.
Discussion on Strategies of Development and Application of Human Resources
Hong Fang,Hongmin Zhou
Asian Social Science , 2010, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v6n3p12
Abstract: Establishment of a great power with human resources is one of the major strategies in China. To strengthen development and application of human resources is an important task China is currently faced up with. In this article, the author attempts to discuss strategies of development and application of human resources from several aspects, such as education, market, enterprises and the government, etc.
Phonon tunnels from a sonic black hole
Hengzhong Fang,Kaihu Zhou
Physics , 2011, DOI: 10.1142/S0217732312501404
Abstract: We investigate the phonon radiation from a spherically symmetrical, stationary, viscid-free son-ic black hole by using a semi-classical method. The backreaction of the radiated phonon is taken into account. We obtain the phonon emission temperature, and it is consistent with the Hawking's formula.
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