It is appropriate to think the population of Macao to be increased to 500 thousands by 2000 and to 800 thousands by 2010. A general population policy of Macao may be defined as "to actively promote and guide population growth and to expand its population in due course and in due magnitude.
A sample investigation conducted on 10,000 persons from Xinjiang's five major ethnic minorities shows the following findings: more than half of the subjects thought the present FP policy appropriate,while(32.03%) of them considered it "a little bit too strict".
The sustainable development of Inner Mongolian pastoral area can be accomplished only when the ecological environment of the grasslands is protected, the natural resource is make used of rationally, the population are limited into the range of carrying capacity of steppe, the mode of production which appropriate to existence and development of people in pastoral area is selected.
In order to realize the strategic objective of building a well-off society in an all-round way we must solve the population problems in the backward region, insist the appropriate growth and the scientific and effective management of regional population and promote the reasonable distribution of regional population in our country to realize the sustainable development of population with economy, society, resources and environment in various regions
These results are quite remarkable since these algebras do not admit appropriate sl2-triples.
When one expands a Schur function in terms of the irreducible characters of the symplectic (or orthogonal) group, the coefficient of the trivial character is 0 unless the indexing partition has an appropriate form.
It is shown that this is possible when the window g ε L2(?) generating the Weyl-Heisenberg frame satisfies an appropriate regularity condition at the integers.
In particular, the results in this article show that the oscillations of a function at large scale are comparable to the oscillations of its samples on an appropriate discrete set of points.
Under the appropriate definition of sampling density D?, a function f that belongs to a shift invariant space can be reconstructed in a stable way from its non-uniform samples only if D?≥1.