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Research of Work-Family Balance Based on Family Life Cycle  [PDF]
Shumin Yan, Yiwen Zhou
Open Journal of Social Sciences (JSS) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/jss.2016.411018
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This study examined the effect of different stages of Chinese family life cycle on work-family balance and the moderating effect of gender by using a sample of 352 employees in China. Reference to scholars in the division of the family life cycle, the study of the family life cycle is divided into six stages. We predicted and found that the family life cycle is significantly different in the effect of work-family enrichment and conflict.
2-(Methylsulfinyl)benzamide
Zhou Yan
Acta Crystallographica Section E , 2010, DOI: 10.1107/s1600536810046660
Abstract: In the crystal of the title compound, C8H9NO2S, synthesized by the oxidation of 2-(methylsulfanyl)benzamide using NaOCl with 2,2,6,6-tetramethylpiperidyl-1-oxy (TEMPO) as the catalyst, molecules are linked via intermolecular N—H...Oamide hydrogen bonds, forming centrosymmetric amide–amide dimers which are extended into a two-dimensional lamellar framework parallel to (100) through amide–sulfinyl N—H...O hydrogen bonds. The benzene ring forms a dihedral angle of 25.6 (2)° with the amide group
Soft Power and Development Strategy of College Sports Association in China
Yan ZHOU
Studies in Sociology of Science , 2012, DOI: 10.3968/2276
Abstract: The literature and logic analysis are used to analyze the contents and elements of the soft power of university sports associations in China thoroughly. On this basis, the countermeasures to improve the soft power of university sports associations in China have been proposed. Keywords: University Sports Associations; Soft Power; Countermeasure
The Impact of Cultural Transfer on Cross-cultural Communication
Yan Zhou
Asian Social Science , 2009, DOI: 10.5539/ass.v4n7p142
Abstract: The core of cross-cultural communication is to improve the cross-cultural communicative competence of English learners. Cultural transfer of first language is the most influential element on cross-cultural communication. This paper mainly discusses the impact of cultural transfer on cross-cultural communication, and practical and effective methodology to improve the cross-cultural communication and to do research on this subject.
vSMC: Parallel Sequential Monte Carlo in C++
Yan Zhou
Computer Science , 2013,
Abstract: Sequential Monte Carlo is a family of algorithms for sampling from a sequence of distributions. Some of these algorithms, such as particle filters, are widely used in the physics and signal processing researches. More recent developments have established their application in more general inference problems such as Bayesian modeling. These algorithms have attracted considerable attentions in recent years as they admit natural and scalable parallelizations. However, these algorithms are perceived to be difficult to implement. In addition, parallel programming is often unfamiliar to many researchers though conceptually appealing, especially for sequential Monte Carlo related fields. A C++ template library is presented for the purpose of implementing general sequential Monte Carlo algorithms on parallel hardware. Two examples are presented: a simple particle filter and a classic Bayesian modeling problem.
A controlled Intervention Study: Comparison of Intervention on the Antibiotic Prophylaxis of Three Clean Surgeries in Chinese Tertiary Hospitals  [PDF]
Yingdong Zheng, Ying Zhou, Ning Chen, Liang Zhou, Qing Yan
Pharmacology & Pharmacy (PP) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/pp.2013.45066
Abstract: A controlled intervention study was to promote rational antibiotic prophylaxis in clean surgeries in Chinese tertiary hospitals from 2008 to 2009. The effect of the intervention was measured and compared before and after intervention (intervention group, IG, including twelve hospitals), and compared with the control group (CG, including 164 tertiary hospitals distributed in 31 provinces). There were a total of 3961 and 657 cases identified in IG & CG for the study. Comparing the changes of IG with CG following the 3rd intervention, the proportion of antibiotics use without indication decreased from 61.9% (IG) & 84.4% (CG) (χ2 test, P < 0.01) to 60.9% (IG) & 59.1% (CG) (χ2 test, P > 0.05); the rationality scores increased from 55.4 (IG) & 57.6 (CG) (t test, P > 0.05) to 77.0 (IG) & 64.3 (CG) (t test, P < 0.01) respectively. The results showed that the main problems of irrational antibiotic prophylaxis included antibiotic selection, medication given at wrong time, and the long duration of medication, accounting for 28.1%, 34% and 69.6% of the total indicated cases respectively. Significant improvements in using antibiotics with indication would help enhance rational use of the antibiotics. There were complicated factors affecting the antibiotics use decision making beyond the capacity of technical interventions.
Tyrosine Induces Anthocyanin Biosynthesis in Arabidopsis thaliana  [PDF]
Zhou Zhou, Tiantian Zhi, Yan Liu, Yancheng Chen, Chunmei Ren
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2014.53045
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Anthocyanins are widely found in plants and are responsible for the purple coloration of plants. Anthocyanin biosynthesis is induced by environmental stresses, plant hormones, sugar, and so on. Tyrosine (Tyr) is the precursor of melanin that exits in both animals and plants. However, until now it has been unknown whether Tyr induces anthocyanin biosynthesis. In this study, the seedlings of Arabidopsis thaliana were treated with exogenous Tyr and then the anthocyanin accumulation was determined. The results showed that Tyr induced anthocyanin accumulation in Arabidopsis thaliana in a dose-dependent manner. Furthermore, the expression of the late anthocyanin biosynthetic genes including DFR, LDOX, and UF3GT, and the transcription factor genes PAP1, PAP2, and EGL3 was induced by Tyr. Taken together, these results demonstrated that Tyr is able to induce anthocyanin accumulation and suggested

Applications of High-Efficiency Abrasive Process with CBN Grinding Wheel  [PDF]
Yali Hou, Changhe Li, Yan Zhou
Engineering (ENG) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/eng.2010.23026
Abstract: High-efficiency abrasive process with CBN grinding wheel is one of the important techniques of advanced manufacture. Combined with raw and finishing machining, it can attain high material removal rate like turning, milling and planning. The difficult-to-grinding materials can also be ground by means of this method with high performance. In the present paper, development status and latest progresses on high-efficiency abrasive machining technologies with CBN grinding wheel relate to high speed and super-high speed grinding, quick point-grinding, high efficiency deep-cut grinding, creep feed deep grinding, heavy-duty snagging and abrasive belt grinding were summarized. The efficiency and parameters range of these abrasive machining processes were compared. The key technologies of high efficiency abrasive machining, including grinding wheel, spindle and bearing, grinder, coolant supplying, installation and orientation of wheel and workpiece and safety defended, as well as intelligent monitor and NC grinding were investigated. It is concluded that high efficiency abrasive machining is a promising technology in the future.
Study on Performance of Laminar Taylor-Couette Flow with Different Developed Procedures  [PDF]
Xiantao Zhou, Yan Shi, Yinghuang Kong
Modern Mechanical Engineering (MME) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/mme.2012.21003
Abstract: The performance of laminar Taylor-Couette flow with different developed procedures is studied by the way of computational fluid dynamics (CFD) in steady state. In order to gain a group of developed procedure in CFD, a set of convergent solutions are used as the initial value of next boundary condition, and the new set of convergent solutions are regarded as developing from the previous steady state. Three groups of developed procedures are gained from the rotating speed series of inner cylinder, respectively from the gradual increase procedure (GIP), the gradual decrease procedure (GDP) and the sudden increase procedure (SIP). It is proved that the convergent solutions of fluid control equations are different when they are solved from laminar state with the same boundary condition, the same fluid property, the same mesh grid in CFD and the same business software except that the flow states have developed from the procedures of GDP, GIP and SIP. It is shown that the developed procedure could leave behind some information in the performance of the flow. In other words, the flow between concentric rotating cylinders has somewhat memory for the procedure of its history.
Tracking National Household Vehicle Usage by Type, Age, and Area in Support of Market Assessments for Plug-In Hybrid Electric Vehicles  [PDF]
Yan Zhou, Anant Vyas, Danilo Santini
Journal of Transportation Technologies (JTTs) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/jtts.2013.32017
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Plug-in electric vehicle (PHEV) technology is seen as promising technology for reducing oil use, improving local air quality, and/or possibly reducing GHG emissions to support a sustainable transportation system. This paper examines the usage of household vehicles to support assessment of the market potential of plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEVs), the higher purchase price of which requires high usage rates to pay off the investment in the technology. According to the 2009 National Household Travel Survey (NHTS), about 40% of household vehicles were not used on the survey travel day [1]. This study analyzed household vehicle use and non-use by vehicle type, age, area type (metropolitan statistical area [MSA] and non-MSA), and population density. Vehicles used on survey day with or without a reported travel time and distance in the survey are considered “vehicles used”. All others are referred to as “vehicles not used”. We divided the “vehicles not used” into three categories: 1) left at home while other household vehicles were used; 2) not used because travelers used other modes; and 3) no household trips. The “vehicle used” consists of two categories: 1) those with distance and time data and 2) those with no travel data. Within these five categories, vehicles were subdivided according to four vehicle types: car, van, SUV, and pickup. Each vehicle type was further subdivided in two age groups: 10 years or less (≤10) and more than 10 years (>10). In addition, vehicle usage was compared in both MSAs and non-MSAs and during weekdays and weekends. Results indicate that most vehicles—especially pickups—are not used because the households own and use other vehicles. Moreover, SUVs—especially newer SUVs (≤10 years)—are the most utilized vehicle type and should be strongly considered as a primary vehicle type for PHEVs, in addition to cars.

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