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Huang Xingtao 黄兴涛, “Ta” zi de wenhua shi “她”字的文化史 [The Cultural History of the Chinese Character “ta” (the third person feminine pronoun)]. Fuzhou: Fujian Jiaoyu Chubanshe. 2009. In written Chinese, in contrast to English, the third-person feminine pronoun—the equivalent of “she”—was completely absent until the early twentieth century. In the late 1910s, when the voices of women’s liberation rang out in China, the Chinese character ta 她, for the third-person feminine singular pronoun, was invented. The invention and dissemination of the word ta not only reflected an ideological gendering of the Chinese script but also provoked heated academic and popular debates well into the 1930s. Thus, the history of ta provides a prism through which to explore modern Chinese history. Huang Xingtao’s “Ta”zi de wenhua shi is the first major work to survey the term’s creation.

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By putting a confined inter source, we construct a model which can give us convergent solution from free field equation. On the other hand, the solution of new field equation can be separated into two parts, one part is just same as the one in Quantum Field Theory and make it survived in this model, and the other part, which we will see doesn't take energy and momentum, just gives us a negative propagator which can soften quadratic divergence.

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By assuming that the kinetic energy,potential energy,momentum,and some other physical quantities of a particle exist in the field out of the particle,the Schrodinger equation is an equation describing field of a particle,but not the particle itself.

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A model about excited field of a particle is discussed. We found this model will give wave-particle duality clearly and its Lagrangian is consistent with Quantum Theory. A new interpretation of quantum mechanics but not statistical interpretation[1] is presented.

Surface skinning is a widely used algorithm in CAD modeling which permits designer to pass surface through several section curves, thus providing modeling process with powerful ability to describe complex shapes and transform the 2D design intention into 3D space. This paper contributes in the combination of T-Spline technology and surface skinning modeling by introducing a new algorithm for local shape preservation T-Spline surface skinning. The examples given in the paper show that this algorithm is effective.

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We discuss effects of various experimentally supported STDP learning rules on frequency synchronization of two unidirectional coupled neurons systematically. First, we show that synchronization windows for all STDP rules cannot be enhanced compared to constant connection under the same model. Then, we explore the influence of learning parameters on synchronization window and find optimal parameters that lead to the widest window. Our findings indicate that synchronization strongly depends on the specific shape and the parameters of the STDP update rules. Thus, we give some explanations by analyzing the synchronization mechanisms for various STDP rules finally.

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Asymmetric epoxidation of α,β-unsaturated ketones has been extensively studied and several important procedures have been developed in the last decade. This review addresses the most significant advances in asymmetric epoxidation of α,β-unsaturated ketones using proline-derived α,α-diarylprolinols as catalysts. Special attention has been paid to the enantioselective epoxidation of chalcones, α,β-unsaturated trifluoromethyl, trichloromethyl ketones and β,γ-unsaturated α-keto esters based on the reseach of our group.

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. Let R be a ring. We introduce weakly reversible rings, which are a generalization of reversible rings, and investigate their properties. Moreover, we show that a ring R is weakly reversible if and only if for any n, the n-by-n upper triangular matrix ring Tn(R) is weakly reversible. Also some kinds of examples needed in the process are given.

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Intermediate hadronic meson loop contributions to $J/\psi$, $\psi^\prime \to \gamma\eta_c$ ($\gamma\eta_c^\prime$) are studied apart from the dominant M1 transitions in an effective Lagrangian approach. Due to the property of the unique antisymmetric tensor coupling in $V\to VP$, the hadronic loop transitions provide explicit corrections to the M1 transition amplitudes derived from the naive "quenched" $c\bar{c}$ transitions via the coupling form factors. This mechanism interfering with the M1 transition amplitudes naturally accounts for the deviations from the Godfrey-Isgur model predictions in $J/\psi$ and $\psi^\prime\to \gamma\eta_c$. It also predicts a small branching ratio of $\psi^\prime\to \gamma\eta_c^\prime$, which can be examined by experimental measurements at BES and CLEO-c.

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Let R be a ring. We introduce weakly reversible rings, which are a generalization of reversible rings, and investigate their properties. Moreover, we show that a ring R is weakly reversible if and only if for any n, the n-by-n upper triangular matrix ring Tn(R) is weakly reversible. Also some kinds of examples needed in the process are given.