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Study of Comparative Poetic Thought of Guo Moruo’s Goddess  [PDF]
Yuan Li
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/als.2016.41001
Abstract: Guo Moruo’s Goddess has received attention from various sectors and has become one of the hot spots in study of modern Chinese literature since it is published. It exerts far-reaching ideological influence. Tracing to its source, it is not difficult to find the rich implication in Goddess’s creative thought, incorporation of both eastern and western life philosophic thinking and its skillful fusion of them. In the view of eastern and western comparison, Guo Moruo combines Bergson’s life philosophy, Spinoza’s pantheism and Goethe’s “Faust spirit” with China’s traditional life philosophy and forms his own poetic style. Such unique creation had opened new chapter of comparative poetics in China’s poetic circle in the 20th century.
On the Aesthetic Cognition Connotation for A Bite of China: Cultural Identity Space Shaped by the Media  [PDF]
Yuan Li
Art and Design Review (ADR) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/adr.2016.43010
Abstract: As a sensory perception directly relating to life existence and development, the taste links to both the external reality and the people’s inner spirit world as well. A Bite of China, a documentary themed delicious food, displays foods by mouthwatering screens and varied narrative techniques, which triggers the audiences’ synesthesia induction from vision to taste, and even strengthens people’s aesthetic perception on the yummy. This film not only encourages people to reflect their present life and survival state, but also reveals the media’s profound role in shaping the cultural identity space in the modern society.
A Modified Consumer Price Index  [PDF]
Gonglin Yuan, Xiangrong Li
Modern Economy (ME) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/me.2010.12011
Abstract: It is well known that the Consumer Price Index (CPI), as a Laspeyrestype index, attempts to measure the average change in the prices paid by urban consumers for a fixed market of goods and services, and new samples for most item categories are routinely introduced over time to keep the CPI sample representative of consumer spending patterns. The CPI normally overstates the true rate of increase of the cost of living. In this paper, our main objective is to propose a new measurement in the CPI which combines with the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). This new method will make the bias effectively decreased.
Conventional versus minimally-invasive cervical discectomy for treatment of severe degenerative disease at C5-C6: a biomechanical comparison using a model of the full cervical spine and finite element analysis  [PDF]
Yuan Li, Gladius Lewis
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2011.49076
Abstract: The purpose of this study was to determine the dif-ferences in biomechanical responses of tissues in the cervical spine when pain and other problems secon-dary to severe disc degeneration disease are surgi-cally treated by conventional discectomy (CONDIS) compared to minimally-invasive discectomy (MIVDIS). A validated three-dimensional model of an intact, healthy, adult full cervical spine (C1-C7) (INT) was constructed. This model was then modified to create two models, one simulating each of the above-men-tioned two techniques for discectomy of the severely degenerated C5-C6 disc. For each of these three models, we used the finite element analysis method to obtain three biomechanical parameters at various tissues in the model, under seven different physio-logically relevant loadings. For each of the biome-chanical parameters, the results were expressed as relative change in its value when a specified combi-nation of simulated discectomy model and applied loading was used, with respect to the corresponding value in the intact model. We then computed the value of a composite biomechanical performance in-dex (CBPI) for CONDIS and MIVDIS models, with this value incorporating all of the aforementioned relative changes. We found that CBPI was marginally lower for MIVDIS model. This trend is the same as that reported for the relative complications rate and outcome measures following conventional and mini-mally-invasive discectomies in the lumbar spine. From a healthcare perspective, one implication of our finding is that minimally-invasive cervical discectomy should be considered an attractive option provided that detailed patient selection criteria are clearly de-fined and strictly followed.
Application of Activity and Wavelet Analysis on Well Logging Sedimentary Cycle Division  [PDF]
Xinhu Li, Yuan Guo
Open Journal of Geology (OJG) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojg.2013.32010

The method of sedimentary cycle division is studied based on comprehensive research and activity analysis of well logging, combined with wavelet analysis and characteristics of stratigraphic cycle. Based on the method above, this paper divided stratigraphic cycles and finely classified the tratifigraphic by taking H1518 in HSS oilfield as an example. The result shows that sedimentary cycle can be divided effectively based on key stratum study, activity and wavelet analysis of well log, and the research of sedimentary cycle characteristics. H1 formation can be divided into 1 sand group, 3 sand layers and 7 single layers.

On Rousseau’s Love Outlook and His Civilian Complex  [PDF]
Xiaoying Li, Yingfei Yuan
Advances in Literary Study (ALS) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/als.2015.34018
Abstract: Rousseau had some peculiar love experiences which many people couldn’t understand, especially the experience with the servant Therese le Vasseur. So in the article, I explored his life background, his love experiences and analyzed his love outlook. Certainly, his love outlook was related to his love experiences and his love experiences also were related to his civilian complex. I might say that his love experiences, love outlook and civilian complex answered people’s doubt that was why he chose Therese le Vasseur to spend his rest of his life.
A Singular Values Based Newton Method for Linear Complementarity Problems  [PDF]
Haishan Han, Yuan Li
Applied Mathematics (AM) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/am.2015.614207
Abstract: The existence condition of the solution of special nonlinear penalized equation of the linear complementarity problems is obtained by the relationship between penalized equations and an absolute value equation. Newton method is used to solve penalized equation, and then the solution of the linear complementarity problems is obtained. We show that the proposed method is globally and superlinearly convergent when the matrix of complementarity problems of its singular values exceeds 0; numerical results show that our proposed method is very effective and efficient.
Single-Channel Compressive Sensing for DOA Estimation via Sensing Model Optimization  [PDF]
Hongtao Li, Zeshi Yuan
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2017.105B019
The performance of multi-channel Compressive Sensing (CS)-based Direction-of-Arrival (DOA) estimation algorithm degrades when the gains between Radio Frequency (RF) channels are inconsistent, and when target angle information mismatches with system sensing model. To solve these problems, a novel single-channel CS-based DOA estimation algorithm via sensing model optimization is proposed. Firstly, a DOA sparse sensing model using single-channel array considering the sensing model mismatch is established. Secondly, a new single-channel CS-based DOA estimation algorithm is presented. The basic idea behind the proposed algorithm is to iteratively solve two CS optimizations with respect to target angle information vector and sensing model quantization error vector, respectively. In addition, it avoids the loss of DOA estimation performance caused by the inconsistent gain between RF channels. Finally, simulation results are presented to verify the efficacy of the proposed algorithm.
Decadal variability of the IOD-ENSO relationship
Yuan Yuan,ChongYin Li
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2008, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-008-0196-6
Abstract: Using three kinds of over 100-year sea surface temperature (SST) datasets as well as three-dimensional wind data from NCEP/NCAR, this paper documents the decadal variability of the Indian Ocean Dipole (IOD)-El Ni o/Southern Oscillation (ENSO) relationship. During 1948–1969, positive (negative) IOD and warm (cold) ENSO events were more independent of each other. But after 1970, they tended to occur in the same year. ENSO would influence the whole life span of IOD, and IOD also affects the developing phase of ENSO. Considering the climatological background SST, low-level winds and also equatorial vertical circulations, it is revealed that the decadal variability of the IOD-ENSO relationship may be caused by the enhanced Walker circulation with increased rising motion over the Maritime Continent after 1970. Warmer SST around the Maritime Continent gives rise to anomalous low-level convergence and intensified convection there, which apparently increases the SST linkage between the eastern Indian Ocean and the western Pacific and thereby the interaction between the IOD and ENSO event.
Sonochemical effects on single-bubble sonoluminescence
Li Yuan
Physics , 2005, DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevE.72.046309
Abstract: A refined hydrochemical model for single-bubble sonoluminescence (SBSL) is presented. The processes of water vapor evaporation and condensation, mass diffusion, and chemical reactions are taken into account. Numerical simulations of Xe-, Ar- and He-filled bubbles are carried out. The results show that the trapped water vapor in conjunction with its endothermic chemical reactions significantly reduces the temperature within the bubble so that the degrees of ionization are generally very low. The chemical radicals generated from water vapor are shown to play an increasingly important role in the light emission from Xe to He bubbles. Light spectra and pulses are then computed from an optically thin model. It is found that the resulting spectrum intensities are too small and the pulse widths are too short to fit to recent experimental results within stable SBSL range. Addition of a finite-size blackbody core to the optically thin model improves the fitting. Suggestions on how to reconcile the conflict are given.
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