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Forecasting Growth of Australian Industrial Output Using Interest Rate Models
Lin Luo
International Business Research , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v1n2p19
Abstract: We examine the ability of short rates and yield spreads to forecast the growth in Australian industrial output. We find that since 1990, the short rate has a significant increase in its predictive power for forecasting output growth in many industries. We document this increase. The yield spread, on the other hand, is useful in predicting the growth of industries with a `longer' production cycle, such as manufacturing and wholesale trade. Hence, the predictive power of the yield spread on total GDP, is mainly from its ability to forecast these industries. Our out-of-sample forecasts show that yield spread is a good forecasting device for many industries, particular for output growth over longer horizons.
Difficulties and Strategies in the Process of Population Urbanization: A Case Study in Chongqing of China  [PDF]
Lin Lu, Yin Zhang, Tingting Luo
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2014.212013
Abstract: The population urbanization is one of the main routes and objectives of current Chinese urbanization. This paper, a case study in Chongqing, China, based on statistical data analysis and the forecasting of population growth trend, combined with the development law of population urbanization and regional reality, mainly discusses major problems facing the development of China’s population urbanization, economic, social and institutional obstacles to the solution of these problems in the development of population urbanization, and effective ways to promote positive interactions between the population urbanization and the economy, society and space. The analysis reveals that in the process of the population urbanization, due to the large population base, large agricultural population, serious population aging problem and low level of education of population, China’s population urbanization development does not match with economic and social development in objective and pattern; there is a glaring contradiction in industrial upgrading, labor supply, the population migration and relocation. It is necessary to take corresponding strategies in the population urbanization, population management system, labor resources and elderly-care policies, human resource development and economic growth, surplus agricultural population migration and the urban-and-rural development, in order to solve these contradictions and find out real effective ways to achieve positive interaction between the population urbanization and the economic and social development.
Study on the Relationship between Postgraduate Student’s Emotion Regulation and Commit Suicide Attitude  [PDF]
Tingting Luo, Lin Lu, Xintian Zhu
Creative Education (CE) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2015.611122
Abstract: Aim: The high degree of group commit suicide phenomenon had been a social concern. The purpose of this paper was to try to understand how emotion regulation affected suicide attitude in graduate students. Method: 406 postgraduates in three universities of Chongqing were tested with Emotion Regulation Questionnaire (ERQ) and Suicide Attitude Questionnaire (QSA). Results: On the emotion regulation side, there were significant gender differences in revealing, and significant grade differences in rumination. When encountered with negative emotion, avoidance and suppression happened much more frequently than rumination and revealing. The latter two happened more frequently when postgraduates encountered positive emotions. On the suicidal attitude side, there were significant grade and professional differences in attitudes towards the suicide victims’ families and significant grade differences in euthanasia attitudes. Correlation analysis and regression analysis showed that suppressing negative emotion and avoiding positive emotion were important variables to affect graduate suicide attitude. Conclusion: Inappropriate emotional regulation might be an important reason for the postgraduates who approved of suicide.
Drivers and Patterns of Supply Chain Collaboration in the Pharmaceutical Industry: A Case Study on SMEs in China  [PDF]
Lin Huang, Yong Lin, Petros Ieromonachou, Li Zhou, Jing Luo
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2015.37004
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The objectives of this paper are to identify the supply chain collaboration models/patterns and its correspondent advantages on pharmaceutical supply chain. This paper aims to investigate how collaborative activities can impact on the development of supply chain and industry. A case study methodology was adopted in this research, which involved pharmaceutical SMEs. The results indicate that collaborations are common in all phases of pharmaceutical supply chain; the different strength of barging power among collaborative partners will impact the advantages achieved at strategic, operational and political levels.

Polyploidization increases meiotic recombination frequency in Arabidopsis: a close look at statistical modeling and data analysis
Lin Wang, Zewei Luo
BMC Biology , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1741-7007-10-30
Abstract: See research article at http://www.biomedcentral.com/1741-7007/9/24 webciteMany species, particularly flowering plants, have usually experienced a state of polyploidy in their evolutionary history. Meiotic recombination creates novel configurations of genetic variants maintained in the genome of a species for facilitating natural and artificial selection. Thus, to understand how a diploid species differs in frequency of meiotic recombination from its polyploid ancestor has a significant impact in both evolutionary biology and plant and animal genetic breeding. It has been well established that the evolution of polyploid genomes is an extremely dynamic process compared to that of diploids, characterized by extensive genetic and epigenetic changes occurring in the nuclear genome following polyploidization [1-3]. Little is known about the mechanism underpinning the genetic changes. To address this fundamental question, Pecinka and colleagues described in a recently published paper by BMC Biology a direct comparison in frequency of meiotic recombination of the diploid and tetraploid genomes of Arabidopsis [4]. One of the most striking methodological challenges to the study is to properly evaluate the recombination parameter in populations of the species at different levels of polyploidy, particularly in autopolyploids. In fact, linkage analysis with autotetraploids has been a historical problem that can be traced back to the pioneering works of the prominent mathematical geneticists [5-7].There are at least two major challenges to the tetrasomic linkage analysis. Firstly, double reduction, the most distinct characteristic of polysomic inheritance, allows sister chromatids to enter into the same gamete during meiosis and thus cause systematic distortion in allele segregation [8]. Secondly, multiplex allele segregation makes it almost impossible to infer the underlying genotype directly from PRC-based phenotype data even for co-dominant markers such as a single nucleotide
Educational Model Innovating and Capability Improving Mechanism of Engineering Education Based on CDIO  [PDF]
Xiangyi Lin, Hongyun Luo, Hao Wu, Yanling Xiao
Creative Education (CE) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2012.37B024
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Educational model innovating and capability improving of engineering education is the driving source of cultivating engineering talents. Combining with educational ideas and educational cycles of CDIO model, a new educational model is constructed for engineering education. The operating process of the new educational model is demonstrated according to objective conceiving, planning and designing, implementing and feedback loop. Finally, in the view of practical optimization, cross integration, moral integrity and according to redundant, the mechanism of educational capability improving is analyzed in detail.

Prediction of Suitable Harvest Time in Aquaculture  [PDF]
Zhaotang Shang, Lin Cheng, Mengsen Luo, Lang He, Zhigang Lu
Natural Resources (NR) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/nr.2013.42024
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A model is provided to predict the prawn’s harvest in aquaculture through analytical research in agrometeorology, mathematical statistics, synoptic meteorology and et al. It is found out that the Benefit Analysis of the Best Harvest is one of the most ideal ways. The models for the breeding objects, climate prediction and analysis of market quotation should be set up and perfected continuously. Only when the dynamic numerical simulation of the growth is accurate and the short-term weather forecast and the market quotation are reliable, will the suitable harvest time be predicted precisely. We used to write this paper with the foundation on ideologies.

Preprocessing of Separating Leukocytes Based on Setting Parameters of Lightness Transformation  [PDF]
Jianyong Cai, Lili Luo, Rongtai Cai, Lijin Lin, Juan Cai
Journal of Signal and Information Processing (JSIP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jsip.2013.44051
Abstract: This paper proposed a new algorithm to separate leukocytes from cytological image by setting parameters of lightness transformation based on the RGB color space, which can make the targets’ color in different areas. In our procedure, an operator is employed in using color features. According to their histogram distribution of hue component in HSL color space after enhancing the contrast of image in RGB color space, the threshold of segmentation between leukocyte and erythrocyte could be achieved well. Especially, this algorithm is more efficient than monochrome for leukocyte segmentation, and the results of experiments show that it provides a good tool for cytological image, which can increase accuracy of segmentation of leukocyte.
Effects of Tube Depth and Infusion Rate of Continuous Humidification by Endotracheal Intubation on Humidification Effect  [PDF]
Hui Sun, Dan Li, Wan Luo, Lin Feng
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2017.71011
Abstract: Objective: To investigate the continuous humidification tube insertion depth of endotracheal intubation and the flow rate of the wetting effect. Methods: From October 2008 to May 2010, among 132 patients of oral and maxillofacial surgery with tracheal intubation, continuous infusion can be adjusted to the wet method; according to the wet pipe, insertion depth of the flow rate is divided into four groups, by four different depths and velocities of the wetting effect, to be analyzed. Results: B group was significantly lower than other groups satisfied with indicators of four significantly different effects of humidification. Conclusion: When continuous humidification tube insertion depth of endotracheal intubation is 10 - 12 cm, and flow rate is 15 - 20 ml/h, the wetting effect will achieve greater satisfaction.
IONIZATION POTENTIALS OF NICKEL CLUSTERS

LUO CHENG-LIN,

中国物理 B , 1997,
Abstract: The mean coordination numbers of some nickel clusters have been calculated for some proposed geometric structures for them, and their ionization potentials are obtained using an effective coordination-number model. It is shown that the mean effective-coordination number of all atoms of a cluster should be taken as a parameter to describe the d-band width of the cluster instead of mean effective coordination number of surface atoms.
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