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Deposit Insurance System and the Commercial Bank Loan Loss Provisions  [PDF]
Zhiyi Wang
Modern Economy (ME) , 2019, DOI: 10.4236/me.2019.101012
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The article mainly analyzes the deposit insurance system in our country promulgated after the provision for the impact of bank loan loss provisions. Empirical study found that the deposit insurance system in our country was promulgated in 2015, the bank’s loan loss provisions increased, among them, the big bank loan loss provisions significantly increased. After separating the manipulated loan loss provisions, we found that the manipulated loan loss provisions increased. Further study found that, following the promulgation of the deposit insurance system, managers in commercial bank weakened the motive of income smoothing, but the bank’s capital management behavior does not.
Solutions for 3 Security Problems and its Application in SOA-FCA Service Components Based SDO  [PDF]
Nannan Wang, Zhiyi Fang, Kaige Yan, Yu Tang, Xingchao An
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2010, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2010.310109
Abstract: Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA), which is an open architecture, provides developers with more freedom. However, its security problem goes from bad to worse. By taking an insurance business in Formal Concept Analysis (SOA-FCA) Service Components based Service Data Object (SDO) data model transfer with proxy as an example, the security issue of SDO data model was analyzed in this paper and this paper proposed a mechanism to make sure that the confidentiality, integrity, and non-repudiation of SDO data model are preserved by applying encryption/decryption, digest, digital signature and so on. Finally, this mechanism was developed and its performance was evaluated in SOA-FCA Service Components.
Analysis on Pollution Factors of Urban River  [PDF]
Zhiyi Lei
Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection (GEP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/gep.2015.310002
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Main pollutants of the urban scenic river in Nanjing City are studied in this paper. In the study area a total of 39 monitoring points are set in natural water, around pumping stations and near the tail water of sewage treatment plant. Through the monitoring of pollution sources of receiving conventional index, the pollution sources distribution and river pollution factors are detailed analyzed, as nutrient salts, heavy metals, and environmental endocrine disruptors. And sources of the pollution factors are analyzed by principal component analysis to get the main pollution factors in this channel.

Ethanol production from corn stover pretreated by electrolyzed water and a two-step pretreatment method
XiaoJuan Wang,Hao Feng,ZhiYi Li
Chinese Science Bulletin , 2012, DOI: 10.1007/s11434-012-5079-1
Abstract: Pretreatment is one of the most important unit operations for ethanol production from biomass feedstocks. In this study, corn stover was used as a feedstock to examine the effectiveness of two pretreatments: electrolyzed water pretreatment and a two-step pretreatment. Electrolyzed water was employed as a catalyst to conduct one-step pretreatment of corn stover at three temperatures (165, 180 and 195°C) and three treatment times (10, 20 and 30 min). During the two-step pretreatment process, an organic alkaline solution of 1% (w/w) NaOH in 70% (w/w) ethanol was used for lignin removal in the first step, followed by a second step using hot water. No furfural or 5-hydroxymethyl furfural was detected in the hydrolysates from both pretreatment methods when the detection limit of the HPLC was 0.2 g/L. The highest glucan conversion yields were 83% obtained at 195°C for 30 min with acidic electrolyzed water and 83% by the two-step process, where the second step of the pretreatment was at 135°C for 30 min. The hydrolyzates from the two pretreatment methods showed good performance in Saccharomyces cerevisiae fermentation tests. The two new methods may provide promising alternatives for the pretreatment of biomass for ethanol production.
Chronic Intermittent Fasting Improves Cognitive Functions and Brain Structures in Mice
Liaoliao Li, Zhi Wang, Zhiyi Zuo
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0066069
Abstract: Obesity is a major health issue. Obesity started from teenagers has become a major health concern in recent years. Intermittent fasting increases the life span. However, it is not known whether obesity and intermittent fasting affect brain functions and structures before brain aging. Here, we subjected 7-week old CD-1 wild type male mice to intermittent (alternate-day) fasting or high fat diet (45% caloric supplied by fat) for 11 months. Mice on intermittent fasting had better learning and memory assessed by the Barnes maze and fear conditioning, thicker CA1 pyramidal cell layer, higher expression of drebrin, a dendritic protein, and lower oxidative stress than mice that had free access to regular diet (control mice). Mice fed with high fat diet was obese and with hyperlipidemia. They also had poorer exercise tolerance. However, these obese mice did not present significant learning and memory impairment or changes in brain structures or oxidative stress compared with control mice. These results suggest that intermittent fasting improves brain functions and structures and that high fat diet feeding started early in life does not cause significant changes in brain functions and structures in obese middle-aged animals.
Distributed Middlebox Placement Based on Potential Game  [PDF]
Yongwen Li, Zhiyi Qu
Int'l J. of Communications, Network and System Sciences (IJCNS) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/ijcns.2017.105B026
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In this paper, we analyse the deployment of middlebox. For a given network information and policy requirements, an attempt is made to determine the optimal location of middlebox to achieve the best performance. In terms of the end-to-end delay as a performance optimization index, a distributed middlebox placement algorithm based on potential game is proposed. Through extensive simulations, it demonstrates that the proposed algorithm achieves the near-optimal solution, and the end-to-end delay decreases significantly.
Photo-induced electron transfer between hypocrellins and nano-sized semiconductor CdS
Zhixiang Zhou,Wei Liu,Fuyuan Wang,Zhiyi Zhang
Science China Life Sciences , 2001, DOI: 10.1007/BF02879331
Abstract: Both HA-CdS and HB-CdS (Hys-CdS, Hys represents HA, HB) complex systems were established according to the dynamics of heterogeneous electron-transfer process $\mu = E_{S^* /S^ + } - E< 0$ . In these systems, the electron transferring from1Hys* to conduction band of CdS is feasible. Determined from the fluorescence quenching, the apparent association constants (Kapp) between Hypocrellin A (HA), Hypocrellin B. (HB) and CdS sol. were about 940 (mol/L) 1, 934 (mol/L) 1, respectively. Fluorescence lifetime measurements gave the rate constant for the electron transfer process from1HA*,1HB* into conduction band of CdS semiconductor as 5.16 × 109 s 1, 5.10 × 109 s 1, respectively. TEMPO (2,2,6,6-tetramethy-1-piperdinyloxy), a stable nitroxide radical, was used in the kinetic study of the reduction reaction taking place on the surface of a CdS colloidal semiconductor, kinetics equation of the reaction was determined with the electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) method, and the reaction order of TEMPO is zero. When Hys were added, the rate of EPR increased greatly. By comparing rate constants, the Hys-CdS systems were revealed to be about 350 times more efficient than CdS sol. alone in the photoreduction of TEMPO under visible light. It suggests that Hys can be used as efficient sensitizers of a colloidal semiconductor in the application of solar energy.
Photo-induced electron transfer between hypocrellins and nano-sized semiconductor CdS
Photo-induced electron transfer between hypocrellins and nano-sized semiconductor CdS——EPR study on the kinetics of photosensitized reduction in HA-CdS and HB-CdS systems

ZHOU Zhixiang,LIU Wei,WANG Fuyuan,ZHANG Zhiyi,

中国科学C辑(英文版) , 2001,
Abstract: Both HA-CdS and HB-CdS (Hys-CdS, Hys represents HA, HB) complex systems were established according to the dynamics of heterogeneous electron-transfer process . In these systems, the electron transferring from1Hys* to conduction band of CdS is feasible. Determined from the fluorescence quenching, the apparent association constants (Kapp) between Hypocrellin A (HA), Hypocrellin B. (HB) and CdS sol. were about 940 (mol/L) 1, 934 (mol/L) 1, respectively. Fluorescence lifetime measurements gave the rate constant for the electron transfer process from1HA*,1HB* into conduction band of CdS semiconductor as 5.16 × 109 s 1, 5.10 × 109 s 1, respectively. TEMPO (2,2,6,6-tetramethy-1-piperdinyloxy), a stable nitroxide radical, was used in the kinetic study of the reduction reaction taking place on the surface of a CdS colloidal semiconductor, kinetics equation of the reaction was determined with the electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) method, and the reaction order of TEMPO is zero. When Hys were added, the rate of EPR increased greatly. By comparing rate constants, the Hys-CdS systems were revealed to be about 350 times more efficient than CdS sol. alone in the photoreduction of TEMPO under visible light. It suggests that Hys can be used as efficient sensitizers of a colloidal semiconductor in the application of solar energy.
Comparative Analysis of the Transcriptome in Tissues Secreting Purple and White Nacre in the Pearl Mussel Hyriopsis cumingii
Zhiyi Bai, Hanfeng Zheng, Jingyun Lin, Guiling Wang, Jiale Li
PLOS ONE , 2013, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0053617
Abstract: The triangle sail mussel Hyriopsis cumingii (Lea) is the most important mussel species used for commercial freshwater pearl production in China. Mussel color is an important indicator of pearl quality. To identify genes involved in the nacre coloring, we conducted RNA-seq and obtained 541,268 sequences (298 bp average size) and 440,034 sequences (293 bp average size) in secreting purple and white nacre libraries (P- and W-libraries), respectively. The 981,302 Expressed Sequence Tags (ESTs) were assembled into 47,812 contigs and 289,386 singletons. In BLASTP searches of the deduced protein, 22,495 were proteins with functional annotations. Thirty-three genes involved in pearl or shell formation were identified. Digital expression analysis identified a total of 358 differentially expressed genes, and 137 genes in the P-library and 221 genes in the W-library showed significantly higher expression. Furthermore, a set of SSR motifs and SNPs between the two samples was identified from the ESTs, which provided the markers for genetic linkage, QTL analysis and future breeding. These EST sequences provided valuable information to further understand the molecular mechanisms involved in the formation, color determination and evolution of the pearl or shell.
Numerical Simulation of Typhoon Muifa(2011) Using a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-Sediment Transport(COAWST) Modeling System Numerical Simulation of Typhoon Muifa(2011) Using a Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-Sediment Transport(COAWST) Modeling System
LIU Na,LING Tiejun,WANG Hui,ZHANG Yunfei,GAO Zhiyi,WANG Yi
- , 2015,
Abstract: The newly developed Coupled Ocean-Atmosphere-Wave-Sediment Transport(COAWST) Modeling System is applied to investigate typhoon-ocean interactions in this study. The COAWST modeling system represents the state-of-the-art numerical simulation technique comprising several coupled models to study coastal and environmental processes. The modeling system is applied to simulate Typhoon Muifa(2011), which strengthened from a tropical storm to a super typhoon in the Northwestern Pacific, to explore the heat fluxes exchanged among the processes simulated using the atmosphere model WRF, ocean model ROMS and wave model SWAN. These three models adopted the same horizontal grid. Three numerical experiments with different coupling configurations are performed in order to investigate the impact of typhoon-ocean interaction on the intensity and ocean response to typhoon. The simulated typhoon tracks and intensities agree with observations. Comparisons of the simulated variables with available atmospheric and oceanic observations show the good performance of using the coupled modeling system for simulating the ocean and atmosphere processes during a typhoon event. The fully coupled simulation that includes a ocean model identifies a decreased SST as a result of the typhoon-forced entrainment. Typhoon intensity and wind speed are reduced due to the decrease of the sea surface temperature when using a coupled ocean model. The experiments with ocean coupled to atmosphere also results in decreased sea surface heat flux and air temperature. The heat flux decreases by about 29% compared to the WRF only case. The reduction of the energy induced by SST decreases, resulting in weakening of the typhoon. Coupling of the waves to the atmosphere and ocean model induces a slight increase of SST in the typhoon center area with the ocean-atmosphere interaction increased as a result of wave feedback to atmosphere
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