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Anti-Money Laundering Game between Banking Institutions and Employees in the Progressing CNY Internationalization  [PDF]
Dexiang Mei, Li Zhou
Modern Economy (ME) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/me.2015.64048
Abstract: Based on the establishment of imperfect dynamic game model of multiple node information sets, the paper analyzes the three equilibrium strategies of banking institutions (BIs) and employees (BEs) under Chinese government’s different anti-money laundering (AML) efforts: both free of AML, BIs involved in AML but BEs away from AML, and both engaged in AML. It finds that Chinese government’s AML effort will impact BIs’ AML choice, and BIs’ AML choice will affect BEs’ AML choice. Only with the effective cooperation among the government, BIs, and BEs can we achieve the AML equilibrium strategy of the two gaming parties.
Transfer Pricing-Based Money Laundering in Barter Trade  [PDF]
Dexiang Mei, Xiaojun Li
Modern Economy (ME) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/me.2015.66071
Abstract: Barter trade attracts money launderers by its flexible contract, payment term of reciprocal letters of credit, and convenient capital flight and tax evasion. As far as fair value and invoiced value of the transacted goods are concerned, transfer price-based money laundering in barter trade is done by the means of deflated import-inflated export, inflated import-deflated export, deflated import-deflated export, and inflated import-inflated export, where the money laundered can be measured by capital flight, income tax evasion, import duty evasion, and VAT refund evasion in each case. So we should reinforce transaction supervision, promote intelligence exchange, perfect relative regulations, and improve anti-money laundering awareness and capabilities.
Design of Children Entertainment Facilities
Mei Li
Asian Social Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v4n12p138
Abstract: In this paper, mainly through analysis of problems on existing children entertainment facilities and the impact of children entertainment facilities on children psychological development, it is to be discussed about the key point of children entertainment facilities design.
The spreading fronts in a mutualistic model with delay
Mei Li
Mathematics , 2014,
Abstract: This article is concerned with a system of semilinear parabolic equations with two free boundaries describing the spreading fronts of the invasive species in a mutualistic ecological model. The local existence and uniqueness of a classical solution are obtained and the asymptotic behavior of the free boundary problem is studied. Our results indicate that two free boundaries tend monotonically to finite or infinite at the same time, and the free boundary problem admits a global slow solution with unbounded free boundaries if the inter-specific competitions are strong, while if the inter-specific competitions are weak, there exist the blowup solution and global fast solution.
A Regularized Newton Method with Correction for Unconstrained Convex Optimization  [PDF]
Liming Li, Mei Qin, Heng Wang
Open Journal of Optimization (OJOp) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojop.2016.51006
Abstract: In this paper, we present a regularized Newton method (M-RNM) with correction for minimizing a convex function whose Hessian matrices may be singular. At every iteration, not only a RNM step is computed but also two correction steps are computed. We show that if the objective function is LC2, then the method posses globally convergent. Numerical results show that the new algorithm performs very well.
An Empirical Analysis on How the Building Quality, Tourism Attraction and Tourism Public Service Influence the Satisfaction of Tourism Real Estate Consumption  [PDF]
Zhiyong Jiang, Jun Li, Dexiang Mei
American Journal of Industrial and Business Management (AJIBM) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ajibm.2018.88122
Abstract: This article provides an analysis of related factors on consumer satisfaction for the tourism real estate from the perspective of consumer behavior and psychological. In addition, by using structural equation model, this paper has carried on an empirical research on how three factors such as tourism real estate construction quality, the quality of tourist attractions and tourism public service quality influence on the consumers’ satisfaction with tourism real estate. The conclusion shows that above three factors have significant positive influence on customer satisfaction, and among them, the tourist attraction quality has maximum impact, tourism public service second and tourism real estate construction quality the least. The conclusion of this paper will contribute to the development of tourism real estate in China.
Modeling of Slab Induction Heating in Hot Rolling by FEM  [PDF]
Ruibin Mei, Changsheng Li, Xianghua Liu, Bao Li, Bin Han
Engineering (ENG) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2011.34041
Abstract: FEM (Finite Element Method) has been widely used to solve temperature in hot rolling. The heat gen-erating rate of electromagnetic field has been discussed in order to improve the efficiency and accuracy in the solution of induction heating. A new heat generating rate model was proposed and derived from the calculated results by FEM software in consideration of work frequency, source current density, and the air gap between induction coil and slab. The calculated distribution of heat generating rate in the skin depth by the model is satisfying and reliable compared with that of FEM software. Then, the mathematic model of the heat generating rate model is considered as the density of heat reservoir to solve the temperature in induction heating. Moreover, the temperature evolution of slab in induction heating from a hot rolling plant has been solved by the developed FE code and the calculated temperature has a good agreement with the measured value. Therefore, the heat generating rate model is suitable and efficiency to solve the temperature in induction heating by FEM.
Study on Tibetan Chicken embryonic adaptability to chronic hypoxia by revealing differential gene expression in heart tissue
Mei Li,ChunJiang Zhao
Science China Life Sciences , 2009, DOI: 10.1007/s11427-009-0005-8
Abstract: Oxygen concentration is essential for appropriate metabolism. Hypoxia can exert a significant impact on physiological alteration of the cell and organism. Tibetan Chicken (Gallus gallus) is a Chinese indigenous breed inhabiting in Tibetan areas, which is also a chicken breed living at high altitude for the longest time in the world. It has developed an adaptive mechanism to hypoxia, which is demonstrated by that Tibetan Chicken has much higher hatchability than low-land chicken breeds in high-altitude areas of Tibet. In the present study, Tibetan Chicken fertilized full sib eggs were incubated up to Hamburger-Hamilton stage 43 under 13% and 21% oxygen concentration, respectively. Shouguang Chicken and Dwarf Recessive White Chicken were used as control groups. The hearts in all of the 3 chicken breeds under hypoxic and normoxic conditions were isolated and hybridized to GeneChip Chicken Genome Array to study molecular mechanisms underlying the adaptation to high altitude of Tibetan Chicken. As a result, 50 transcripts highly expressed in hypoxia are screened out. Among up-regulated genes, some are involved in the gene ontology (GO) such as cell growth, cell difference, muscle contraction and signal transduction. However, the expression levels of 21 transcripts are lower in hypoxia than those in normoxia. Some down-regulated genes take part in cell communication, ion transport, protein amino acid phosphorylation and signal transduction. Interestingly, gene enrichment analyses of these differential gene expressions are mainly associated with immune system response and ion channel activity in response to stimulus. Moreover, the transcriptional expression profiles analyzed by hierarchical clustering and CPP-SOM software in all of the 3 different chicken breeds revealed that Tibetan Chicken is much closely related to Shouguang Chicken rather than Dwarf Recessive White Chicken. In addition, 12 transcripts of Tibetan Chicken breed-specific expressed genes were identified, which seem to result in a more effective and efficient induction of energy demand and signal transduction of transcription and suppression of abnormal development in response to hypoxia. These findings will be beneficial in clarifying the adaptive molecular mechanism of Tibetan Chicken as well as providing new insight into cardiovascular disease at high altitude medicine.
Construction of Target Controllable Image Segmentation Model Based on Homotopy Perturbation Technology
Shu-Li Mei
Abstract and Applied Analysis , 2013, DOI: 10.1155/2013/131207
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3-Methoxy-4-(4-nitrobenzyloxy)benzaldehyde
Mei Li,Xin Chen
Acta Crystallographica Section E , 2008, DOI: 10.1107/s1600536808036015
Abstract: In the title compound, C15H13NO5, the vanillin group makes a dihedral angle of 4.95 (8)° with the benzene ring of the nitrobenzene group. The packing is stabilized by weak, non-classical intermolecular C—H...O interactions which link molecules into chains running along the c axis.
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