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An Empirical Analysis to the Impact of Tax Incentives on FDI after WTO  [PDF]
Jue Yan
Modern Economy (ME) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/me.2016.711121
Abstract: Based on 36 cities’ datum, We build a model to examine whether a series of tax incentives to promote FDI inflows have a significant effect or not after 2001. The results showed that: After WTO, preferential tax policies which were taken to promote FDI inflows and upgrade industrial structure indeed had a certain effect. From sub-regional perspective, preferential tax policies for central and western regions still attract FDI, while the eastern region is no longer significant.
Study on synchrony of two uncoupled neurons under the neuron’s membrane potential stimulation  [PDF]
Yue-Ping Peng, Jue Wang, Quan-Xing Miao, Hong-Yan Lu
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2010.32021
Abstract: The input current of two uncoupled Hindmarsh-Rose neurons under different initial conditions is modulated by the membrane potential of the Hindmarsh- Rose neuron; and the synchronization characteristics of the two uncoupled neurons are discussed by analyzing their membrane potentials and their inter spike interval (ISI) distribution. Under the stimulation of the neuron’s membrane potential whose discharge pattern is period or the chaos, the two uncoupled neurons under different initial conditions, whose parameter r (the parameter r is related to the membrane penetration of calcium ion, and reflects the changing speed of the slow adaptation current) is different or the same, can realize the full synchronization (state synchronization) or discharge synchronization (phase synchronization), and can only be synchronized to the discharge pattern of the stimulation neuron. The synchronization characteristics are mainly related to the discharge pattern and the strength of the stimulation neuron’s membrane potential, and are little related to the parameter r and the initial state of the two uncoupled neurons. This investigation shows the characteristics of the neuron’s membrane potential affecting the synchronization process of neurons, and the neurons’ discharge patterns and synchronization process can be adjusted and controlled by the discharge pattern and the strength of the stimulation neuron’s membrane potential. This result is helpful to study synchronization and encode of many neurons or neural network.
Effect of Biejiajian Oral Liquid on the Expression of RAAS in Hepatic Fibrosis Rats  [PDF]
Li Yao, Yun-Long Zhang, Jue Li, Jing Yu, Yan Peng
Pharmacology & Pharmacy (PP) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/pp.2012.33043
Abstract: Objective: To study the effect of Biejiajian Oral Liquid (BOL) on the rennin angiotensin aldosterone system (RAAS) in plasma of hepatic fibrosis rats and in hepatic stellate cell (HSC) of normal rats. We explore the mechanism of BOL on inhibiting the activation of HSC and illustrate its mechanism of anti-hepatic fibrosis further. Methods: SD Rats were divided into 5 groups randomly: normal control group, model group, Enalapril group and BOL groups with different concentration (2.0 g/ml or 1.0 g/ml). Every group was administered with CCl4 and olive oil solution to induce hepatic fibrosis except normal one. Each group was treated with the respective drug for 5 weeks and then got the blood. The level of renin, angiotensin II and aldosterone in the plasma of liver fibrosis rats were detected by the radioimmunoassay. By using reverse transcription-polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) to measure the gene expression of the rennin, ACE, angiotensinogen, AT1R and ALD. The AT1R gene expression in normal HSC was determined by the immunohistochemical measurement. Results: BOL could effectively reduce the activity of the PRA, AngIIand ALD, which showed a significant effect on the inhibition of the AngII (P < 0.01). Meanwhile, compared with the normal control group, there was a notable inhibitory action on the PRA of HSC which was administrated by serum containing BOL (P < 0.05). And yet, drug applied group showed no difference with the model group for other factors of the RAAS. Conclusion: BOL can inhibit the expression of RAAS in the rat plasma and can inhibit the expression of the mRNA of renin in the normal HSC, which could be the mechanism of anti-hepatic fibrosis.
Third order Maximum-Principle-Satisfying Direct discontinuous Galerkin methods for time dependent convection diffusion equations on unstructured triangle mesh
Zheng Chen,Hongying Huang,Jue Yan
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: We develop 3rd order maximum-principle-satisfying direct discontinuous Galerkin methods [8, 9, 19, 21] for convection diffusion equations on unstructured triangular mesh. We carefully calculate the normal derivative numerical flux across element edges and prove that, with proper choice of parameter pair $(\beta_0,\beta_1)$ in the numerical flux, the quadratic polynomial solution satisfies strict maximum principle. The polynomial solution is bounded within the given range and third order accuracy is maintained. There is no geometric restriction on the meshes and obtuse triangles are allowed in the partition. A sequence of numerical examples are carried out to demonstrate the accuracy and capability of the maximum-principle-satisfying limiter.
The Value of Music in Children’s Enlightenment Education  [PDF]
Jue Zhou
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.312023
Abstract: A large number of theories and experiments have shown that music plays positive effect on children’s growth. Children who have received music education often show outstanding creativity and imagination in their school lives, compared with their peers who have not get any musical training. Just as famous educator Dr. Hans Gunther Bastian has once proposed: “music makes people smart”. Learning music can not only improve children’s intelligence and morality which contributes to the development of their personality, but also can improve their aesthetic ability. Cultivate music to children is an essential progress to promote all-ground education.
CamSwarm: Instantaneous Smartphone Camera Arrays for Collaborative Photography
Yan Wang,Jue Wang,Shih-Fu Chang
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Camera arrays (CamArrays) are widely used in commercial filming projects for achieving special visual effects such as bullet time effect, but are very expensive to set up. We propose CamSwarm, a low-cost and lightweight alternative to professional CamArrays for consumer applications. It allows the construction of a collaborative photography platform from multiple mobile devices anywhere and anytime, enabling new capturing and editing experiences that a single camera cannot provide. Our system allows easy team formation; uses real-time visualization and feedback to guide camera positioning; provides a mechanism for synchronized capturing; and finally allows the user to efficiently browse and edit the captured imagery. Our user study suggests that CamSwarm is easy to use; the provided real-time guidance is helpful; and the full system achieves high quality results promising for non-professional use. A demo video is provided at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LgkHcvcyTTM.
PanoSwarm: Collaborative and Synchronized Multi-Device Panoramic Photography
Yan Wang,Sunghyun Cho,Jue Wang,Shih-Fu Chang
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Taking a picture has been traditionally a one-persons task. In this paper we present a novel system that allows multiple mobile devices to work collaboratively in a synchronized fashion to capture a panorama of a highly dynamic scene, creating an entirely new photography experience that encourages social interactions and teamwork. Our system contains two components: a client app that runs on all participating devices, and a server program that monitors and communicates with each device. In a capturing session, the server collects in realtime the viewfinder images of all devices and stitches them on-the-fly to create a panorama preview, which is then streamed to all devices as visual guidance. The system also allows one camera to be the host and to send direct visual instructions to others to guide camera adjustment. When ready, all devices take pictures at the same time for panorama stitching. Our preliminary study suggests that the proposed system can help users capture high quality panoramas with an enjoyable teamwork experience. A demo video of the system in action is provided at http://youtu.be/PwQ6k_ZEQSs.
Service System Decoupling for Mass Customization: A Case Study in Catering Services  [PDF]
Jue CHEN, Yunhong HAO
Journal of Service Science and Management (JSSM) , 2009, DOI: 10.4236/jssm.2009.24030
Abstract: The paper examines the key issues on system decoupling in service operations of mass customization by conducting a case study in catering services. It firstly justifies the effectiveness of applying concept of mass customization into service system decoupling to deal with the operation dilemma and then reveals the nature of decoupling decisions for mass customization purpose after discussions on the importance of modularization and the role of technologies including IT in the decoupling process. Based on these analyses, a Judgment-Matrix-based model on how to make the decoupling decisions in balancing the multiple operation objectives is then proposed and further research directions are finally suggested.
Nonzero Solutions of Generalized Variational Inequalities  [PDF]
Jue Li, Yisheng Lai
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/am.2010.11010
Abstract: The existence of nonzero solutions for a class of generalized variational inequalities is studied by ?xed point index approach for multivalued mappings in ?nite dimensional spaces and re?exive Banach spaces. Some new existence theorems of nonzero solutions for this class of generalized variational inequalities are established.
The Impact of Radical Prostatectomy on the Survival of Patients with Carcinosarcoma of the Prostate  [PDF]
Jue Wang, Fenwei Wang
Journal of Cancer Therapy (JCT) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jct.2011.24064
Abstract: Background: The objective of this study was to evaluate the impact of radical prostatectomy on carcinosarcoma of the prostate. Methods: Patients diagnosed with carcinosarcoma of the prostate from 1977 through 2007 were identified in the Surveillance, Epidemiology, and End Results (SEER) database. Outcomes were examined with Kaplan-Meier survival analysis and Cox models. The association between clinical and demographic characteristics and survival of carcinosarcoma of the prostate was examined. Results: A total of fifty-four cases of histology confirmed carcinosarcoma of the prostate were identified. Median age of the patients was 74 years (range 28 - 94). Of the patients with a known tumor stage, all but one patient had a locally advanced or distant stage; all of the patients with known histology grade had poorly or undifferentiated histology. Twenty (37%) patients underwent transurethral resection only and Fourteen (25.9%) patients underwent radical prostatectomy. Eight (14%) patients received radiation therapy in combination with surgery. The median cancer specific survival was 16 months (95% CI 0 - 32 months). 1-, 3-, and 5- year cancer specific survival rate were 55.1%, 32.3% and 21.1%. In a multivariate analysis, radical prostatectomy was found to be a significant prognostic factor for cancer-specific survival. Conclusions: Carcinosarcoma of the prostate commonly occurs in older patients and associated with aggressive disease and poor prognosis. Radical prostatectomy is the only treatment modality that significantly improves survival. Emphasis on early diagnosis and detection and multimodality therapy of this disease is needed to improve the outcome for patients with this malignancy.
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