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Primary and secondary school mental health teachers in professional identity of intervention programs  [PDF]
Hao Lei, Cheng Guo, Yanling Liu
Health (Health) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/health.2012.412191
Abstract: To explore the impact of teacher training on the professional identity of primary and secondary school mental health teachers, this study conducted a half-month professional development training program to 54 primary and secondary school mental health teachers, and performed measurement on the professional identity of the teachers in the experimental group and the control group with “Teachers’ Professional Identity Questionnaire”. The result shows that after the training there is a significant improvement in the professional identity of the teachers in the experimental group, and the teachers’ scores on the four dimensions of profession identity: the sense of role, the professional behavioral tendency, the occupational values, and the sense of belonging, all increased significantly. This indicates that the curriculum intervention for the primary and secondary school mental health teachers could effectively improve the teachers’ professional identity.
Recommendations to Patent Protection of Computer Program-Related Invention in China  [PDF]
Lei Dai, Dong Guo, Hao Qin
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2017.56013
Abstract: The recommendations to patent protection of computer program-related invention in China are analyzed. They mainly focus on the following points: There are some contradictions in guideline for examination and thus the protection scope of computer program-related invention shall be enlarged. Meanwhile, in consideration of the balance between inventor and public, the reasons for shortening the term of protection for computer program-related invention were given. Finally, emendation of publication rule of computer program-related inventions was suggested.
Topological Soliton with Nonzero Hopf Invariant in Yang-Mills-Higgs Model
Yan He,Hao Guo
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1016/j.physletb.2014.10.039
Abstract: We propose a topological soliton or instanton solution with nonzero Hopf invariant to the 3+1D non-Abelian gauge theory coupled with scalar fields. This solution, which we call Hopf soliton, represents a spacetime event that makes a $2\pi$ rotation of the monopole. Although the action of this Hopf soliton is logarithmically divergent, it may still give relevant contributions in a finite-sized system. Since the Chern-Simons term for the unbroken $U(1)$ gauge field may appear in the low energy effective theory, the Hopf soliton may possibly generate fractional statistics for the monopoles.
Gauge Invariant Linear Response Theories for Ultracold Fermi Gases with Pseudogap
Hao Guo,Yan He
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: Recent experimental progresses allow for exploring some important physical quantities of ultracold Fermi gases, such as the compressibility, spin susceptibility, viscosity, optical conductivity and spin diffusivity. Theoretically, these quantities can be evaluated from suitable linear response theories. For BCS superfluid, it has been found that the gauge invariant linear response theories can be fully consistent with some stringent consistency constraints. When the theory is generalized to stronger-than-BCS regime, one may meet serious difficulties to satisfy the gauge invariance conditions. In this paper, we try to construct density and spin linear response theories which are formally gauge invariant for a Fermi gas undergoing BCS-Bose-Einstein Condensation (BEC) crossover, especially below the superfluid transition temperature $T_c$. We adapt a particular $t$-matrix approach which is close to the $G_0G$ formalism to incorporate non-condensed pairing in the normal state. We explicitly show that the fundamental constraints imposed by the Ward identities, $Q$-limit Ward identity are indeed satisfied.
Efficiency and Its Bounds for a Quantum Einstein Engine at Maximum Power
H. Yan,Hao Guo
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.86.051135
Abstract: We study a quantum thermal engine model for which the heat transfer law is determined by Einstein's theory of radiation. The working substance of the quantum engine is assumed to be a two-level quantum systems of which the constituent particles obey Maxwell-Boltzmann(M.B.), Fermi-Dirac(F.D.) or Bose-einstein(B.E.) distributions respectively at equilibrium. The thermal efficiency and its bounds at maximum power of these models are derived and discussed in the long and short thermal contact time limits. The similarity and difference between these models are discussed. We also compare the efficiency bounds of this quantum thermal engine to those of its classical counterpart.
Efficiency and Its Bounds for Thermal Engines at Maximum Power using a Newton's Law of Cooling
H. Yan,Hao Guo
Physics , 2012, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.85.011146
Abstract: We study a thermal engine model for which Newton's cooling law is obeyed during heat transfer processes. The thermal efficiency and its bounds at maximum output power are derived and discussed. This model, though quite simple, can be applied not only to Carnot engines but also to four other types of engines. For the long thermal contact time limit, new bounds, tighter than what were known before, are obtained. In this case,this model can simulate Otto, Joule Brayton, Diesel, and Atkinson engines. While in the short contact time limit, which corresponds to the Carnot cycle, the same efficiency bounds as Esposito et al's are derived. In both cases, the thermal efficiency decreases as the ratio between the heat capacities of the working medium during heating and cooling stages increases. This might provide instructions for designing real engines.
Conserving Approximation of Pairing theories in Fermionic superfluid phase
Yan He,Hao Guo
Physics , 2014,
Abstract: Respecting the conservation laws of momentum and energy in a many body theory is very important for understanding the transport phenomena. The previous conserving approximation requires that the self-energy of a single particle can be written as a functional derivative of a full dressed Green's function. This condition can not be satisfied in the $G_0G$ t-matrix or pair fluctuation theory which emphasizes the fermion pairing with a stronger than the Bardeen-Cooper-Schrieffer (BCS) attraction. In the previous work\cite{stressWI}, we have shown that when the temperature is above the superfluid transition temperature $T_c$, the $G_0G$ t-matrix theory can be put into a form that satisfies the stress tensor Ward identity (WI) or local form of conservation laws by introducing a new type of vertex correction. In this paper, we will extend the above conservation approximation to the superfluid phase in the BCS mean field level. To establish the stress tensor WI, we have to include the fluctuation of the order parameter or the contribution from the Goldstone mode. The result will be useful for understanding the transport properties such as the behavior of the viscosity of Fermionic gases in the superfluid phases.
Establishing the Gauge Invariant Linear Response of Fermionic Superfluids with Pair Fluctuations: A Diagrammatic approach
Yan He,Hao Guo
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: We present a manifestly gauge invariant linear response theory for ultra-cold Fermi gases undergoing BCS-Bose-Einstein Condensation (BEC) crossover with pair fluctuation effect included, especially in the superfluid phase, by introducing an effective external electromagnetic (EM) field. For pure BCS-type superfluids, the gauge invariance of the linear response theory can be maintained by constructing a full external EM vertex by including the fluctuation of the order parameters in the same way as the the self-energy effect is included in the quasi-particle, therefore the Ward identity (WI) is satisfied. While for the Fermionic superfluids with pairing fluctuation effect included in the quasi-particle self-energy, the construction of a gauge invariant vertex is non-trivial, since in the broken symmetry phase the effect of Nambu-Goldstone modes (collective modes) intertwines with that of the pairing fluctuation. In this paper, we find that under a suitable diagrammatic representation, the construction of such vertex is greatly simplified, which allow us to build a WI-maintaining vertex with pseudogap effects included in the superfluid phase. We focus on the $G_0G$ $t$-matrix approach to the pair fluctuations, although our formalism should also works equally well for the $G_0G_0$ $t$-matrix theory.
Research on the Active DDoS Filtering Algorithm Based on IP Flow  [PDF]
Rui GUO, Hao YIN, Dongqi WANG, Bencheng ZHANG
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2009, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2009.27067
Abstract: Distributed Denial-of-Service (DDoS) attacks against public web servers are increasingly common. Countering DDoS attacks are becoming ever more challenging with the vast resources and techniques increasingly available to attackers. It is impossible for the victim servers to work on the individual level of on-going traffic flows. In this paper, we establish IP Flow which is used to select proper features for DDoS detection. The IP flow statistics is used to allocate the weights for traffic routing by routers. Our system protects servers from DDoS attacks without strong client authentication or allowing an attacker with partial connectivity information to repeatedly disrupt communications. The new algorithm is thus proposed to get efficiently maximum throughput by the traffic filtering, and its feasibility and validity have been verified in a real network circumstance. The experiment shows that it is with high average detection and with low false alarm and miss alarm. Moreover, it can optimize the network traffic simultaneously with defending against DDoS attacks, thus eliminating efficiently the global burst of traffic arising from normal traffic.
Automatic Modeling of Fault Tree for NuIEEE Transactions on Power Electronics,Clear Power Safety I&C Configuration  [PDF]
Shan Leng, Bo Zhang, Wei Sun, Zhiwu Guo, Yichen Hao
Energy and Power Engineering (EPE) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/epe.2013.54B052
Abstract: The automatic modeling of fault tree for nuclear power safety I&C configuration is designed to meet the requirements of reducing the workload and improving the traceability during the nuclear power safety I&C system reliability assessment work. To complete the fault tree automatic modeling, the Visio Automation software technology is used to analyze the topology of the nuclear power safety I&C system hardware device and software function. The good result in practical implementations shows that the nuclear power safety I&C system fault tree modeling work is successfully simplified.
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