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Carbon cycling of Chinese forests: From carbon storage, dynamics to models
JinSheng He
Science China Life Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11427-012-4285-z
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TheWay to Internationalization for Small & Medium-sized Enterprises !a Industry Cluste
Xiaoshui Yu,Jinsheng He
Modern Applied Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/mas.v1n4p7
Abstract: With the globalization of the world economy, especially after China entering the WTO, it is an unavoidable trend for China!? small & medium-sized enterprises to join the international competition.According to the analysis on the advantages and disadvantages of China!?s small & medium-sized enterprises, industrial cluster should be an efficient way for the small medium-sized enterprises to reach the target of internationalization. By establishing and improving specialized industry clusters with regional uniqueness, China!?s small & medium-sized enterprises could have formed their core competing powe in global competition and carry out their strategy of internationalization.
A Study on Organizational Structures
Xiaoshui Yu,Jinsheng He
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009,
Abstract: With the development of management science and the need of different organizations,, various organizational structures have come into existence. This article is trying to give a brief analysis to different organizational structures and to find their advantages and disadvantages in order to give instructions to different organizations on which structure is suitable and effective to them.
Research on Knowledge Sharing Based on Knowledge Convening & Fermenting Model
Jiansheng Tang,Jinsheng He
International Journal of Business and Management , 2009,
Abstract: Despite of the fact that knowledge sharing has become the focus of current literature and management practice, the core process of knowledge sharing has not been identified. What are the main barriers & incentives for people to share their knowledge, what is the internal mechanism of knowledge sharing, and how people evaluate the benefit coming from knowledge sharing are the core areas in knowledge management .In this paper we reexamine the knowledge sharing based on knowledge convening & fermenting model. After comparing the process of knowledge movement and that of biotic fermenting, several important attributes that knowledge owns are discovered, they are existence of origination, inheritance and variation, the need of assembly for knowledge evolution and medium for knowledge assemblage, furthermore, we put forward a new model—knowledge convening & fermenting model and in this way we consider knowledge sharing as a process of knowledge fermenting. We thoroughly analyze the biotic attributes of knowledge, the elements of knowledge share fermenting model, and typical knowledge share fermenting.
theimpactofthethreegorgeshydroelectricprojectonandthepreservationstrategiesforthebiodiversityintheaffectedregion
he,jinsheng,xie,zongqiang
生物多样性 , 1995,
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GDOP’s Influence on Observable Degree of Multi-Antenna GPS/SINS Integrated Attitude Measuring System  [PDF]
Hao He, Yuhang Zheng, Dongfang Yang, Jinsheng Zhang, Shicheng Wang
World Journal of Engineering and Technology (WJET) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/wjet.2015.33C054
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GDOP’s influence on observable degree is studied by analyzing a multi-antenna GPS/SINS attitude measuring system. Firstly, the mathematical model of the attitude measuring system, whose observations are single-differences, is provided; Secondly, it is proved that the model can be studied by PWCS theory, and GDOP’s influence on observable degree is explained intuitively. Then, the variance of observable degree is studied by simulation while GDOP is different, and the result is analysed. Simulation results show that, the observable degree becomes worse with the increasing GDOP value. Therefore, while designing such kind of Kalman filter, the influence to observable degree which made by GDOP should be considered adequately.

Issues and prospects of belowground ecology with special reference to global climate change
Jinsheng He,Zhengquan Wang,Jingyun Fang
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2004, DOI: 10.1007/BF03184277
Abstract: The theory of ecology is based on over 100 a of research and investigation, all centered on aboveground patterns and processes. However, as contemporary ecologists are increasingly acknowledging, belowground structures, functions, and processes are some of the most poorly understood areas in ecology. This lack of understanding of belowground ecological processes seriously restricts the advance of global change research. The interdisciplinary field of belowground ecology began to flourish in the 1990s, along with the expansion of global change research, and quickly gained momentum. Belowground ecology aims to investigate belowground structures, functions, and processes, as well as their relationships with corresponding aboveground features, emphasizing the responses of belowground systems under global change conditions. Key research areas include root ecology, belowground animals, and soil microorganisms. This review summarizes and analyzes the relationships between above- and belowground ecosystems, root ecology, root biogeography, belowground biodiversity, as well as research areas with particular challenges and progress. This commentary emphasizes certain theoretical issues concerning the responses of belowground processes to global change, and concludes that belowground ecology is a critical research priority in the 21st century.
Progress in the development of therapeutic antibodies targeting prion proteins and β-amyloid peptides
JinSheng He,Ying Zhang,Tao Hong
Science China Life Sciences , 2010, DOI: 10.1007/s11427-010-4043-z
Abstract: Prion diseases and Alzheimer’s disease (AD) are characterized by protein misfolding, and can lead to dementia. However, prion diseases are infectious and transmissible, while AD is not. The similarities and differences between these diseases have led researchers to perform comparative studies. In the last 2 decades, progress has been made in immunotherapy using anti-prion protein and anti-β-amyloid antibodies. In this study, we review new ideas and strategies for therapeutic antibodies targeting prion diseases and AD through conformation dependence.
Biomarkers of Alzheimer’s disease in body fluids
YanPeng Zheng,JinSheng He,Tao Hong
Science China Life Sciences , 2010, DOI: 10.1007/s11427-010-0081-9
Abstract: Various innovative diagnostic methods for Alzheimer’s disease (AD) have been developed in view of the increasing prevalence and consequences of later-life dementia. Biomarkers in cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) and blood for AD are primarily based on the detection of components derived from amyloid plaques and neurofibrillary tangles (NFTs). Published reports on CSF and blood biomarkers in AD indicate that although biomarkers in body fluids may be utilized in the clinical diagnosis of AD, there are no specific markers that permit accurate and reliable diagnosis of early-stage AD or the monitoring of disease progression.
Research of Quality Improvement and Quality Innovation Based on Knowledge Fermenting Model
Jin Wang,Jinsheng He,Jiansheng Tang
Modern Applied Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/mas.v2n1p38
Abstract: Quality improvement and quality innovation are the important approach to enhance competitive force for enterprises. Quality improvement is a process of knowledge innovation in nature which must be actualized by organizational learning. This article starts from the relations among quality improvement, quality innovation and the ability of organizational learning, analyzes the knowledge moving rule in the interior process of quality improvement and innovation and expatiates on the creation, development and diffusion mechanisms of quality knowledge in the quality flow based on the knowledge fermenting theory of organizational learning. Furthermore, taking the quality control (QC) group as an example, this article analyzes the behaviors and functions of nuclear factors such as quality knowledge sourdough, quality knowledge matrix and quality knowledge enzyme in the process of quality knowledge fermenting, and these nuclear factors function mutually in the quality knowledge fermenting bar. This article also puts forward five types of quality knowledge fermentation and analyzes their characters respectively, points out the implementation of knowledge fermentation possesses meanings to enhance the level of quality improvement and quality innovation for enterprises.
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