With q=0, two fractal relationships occur within the scale ranges from 1 to 150 km, in which the fractal dimension D 0 is 0.23 within the ranges of 1 to 16 km and 1.59 within the ranges of 16 to 150 km.

Let (x) be the B-spline basis of spline space S3k+12k(1mn) and P(z) be the filter symbol associated with . The orthonormal decomposition of the scale space V1 is V1 = V0 W0, where W0 denote the orthonormal complement of V0 in V1 (i.e. wavelet space).

The development of the capital market of our country is restricting the scale of development of the supplementary pension, so we should strengthen the perfection of the capital market, give full play to its front positive role to realize the effective combination and common development of the supplementary pension and capital market.

Based on the consideration of maintaining vegetation growth and avoiding occurrence of dry soil layer, the minimum ecological water consumption of woodlands will be 2.8612×108m3, the index of water resources balance will be-1.5, and the carrying capacity of water resources will not be able to satisfy the scale of ecological and economic development in the future.

The company gained a rapid development during the period of year 2002 to 2004. The scale become larger and larger and ranked the second place in China’s modified asphaltum supplier.

The local-world evolving model displays a transition from the exponential network to the scale-free network with respect to the degree distribution.

In this paper, we consider the empirical Bayes (EB) test problem for the scale parameters in the scale exponential family with a weighted linear loss function.

This indicates that physics at the Planck length ?P and the scale R = (3/Λ)1/2 should be dual to each other and there is in-between gravity of local dS-invariance characterized by a dimensionless coupling constant g = ?P/R ～ 10-61.

This mainly depended on biological features of Larix principis-rupprechtii and forest environments, but it also meant that the scale was an important factor in controlling spatial distribution pattern of tree individuals.

The scale inhibition of PASP composite and the effect of its synergism with a magnetic field on scale inhibition were investigated.

Russian chemists, invented a rapid method of analysis for organic compounds. We learned and improved it in order to make it suitable in our laboratory. The procedure of analysis was as follows: The sample was placed in a combustion tube through which oxygen was passed with a speed of 35-50 ml per minute. Then the sample was heated and decomposed, the decomposed products were completely oxidized to H_2O and CO_2 at the temperature of 900℃. The time for oxidation was only one fourth as long as that in the ordinary...

Russian chemists, invented a rapid method of analysis for organic compounds. We learned and improved it in order to make it suitable in our laboratory. The procedure of analysis was as follows: The sample was placed in a combustion tube through which oxygen was passed with a speed of 35-50 ml per minute. Then the sample was heated and decomposed, the decomposed products were completely oxidized to H_2O and CO_2 at the temperature of 900℃. The time for oxidation was only one fourth as long as that in the ordinary method. The result was satisfactory. The apparatus was simplified. A simple electric furnace was made in our laboratory and all of the reagents used in this experiment were local made. The time needed for weighing absorption tube was reduced to one half. In this paper it was discussed in details including the scale of apparatus, the method of preparation of reagents and the procedure of analysis.

Data oF the relation between the degree of concentration and the density of concentrated sea-water within the range 3.5-36°Be' have been re-determined, using Xiamen(Amoy)sea-water, for comparison with those obtained by previous workers. The results discussed. A more simpie empirical equation for the range 3.5-26°Bc' has been obtained. The necessity of standardizing the process of determination and of using a definite reference density as 100％ for the scale of degree of concentration has been emphasized....

Data oF the relation between the degree of concentration and the density of concentrated sea-water within the range 3.5-36°Be' have been re-determined, using Xiamen(Amoy)sea-water, for comparison with those obtained by previous workers. The results discussed. A more simpie empirical equation for the range 3.5-26°Bc' has been obtained. The necessity of standardizing the process of determination and of using a definite reference density as 100％ for the scale of degree of concentration has been emphasized.

The pressure distribution of noncavitating potcnial flow around gate piers shown in Fig. la has been analysed. The analysis has its practical significance in that the minimum-pressure coefficient is closely related to the incipient cavitation number. After the W plane was mapped on to, the t plane with known transformations except an unknown parameter m, the complex velocity was expressed by Eq. (10) in terms of an unknown function Ω (t). Eqs. (13) and (16) indicate that along the boundary f and g are respectively...

The pressure distribution of noncavitating potcnial flow around gate piers shown in Fig. la has been analysed. The analysis has its practical significance in that the minimum-pressure coefficient is closely related to the incipient cavitation number. After the W plane was mapped on to, the t plane with known transformations except an unknown parameter m, the complex velocity was expressed by Eq. (10) in terms of an unknown function Ω (t). Eqs. (13) and (16) indicate that along the boundary f and g are respectively related, to the magnitude of the boundary velocity and the boundary geometry. Three equations to solve for the three unknowns are furnished by the conditions along the boundary: (1) The angle τ is given as a function of z. (2) f and g, being the real and imaginary parts of an analytic function, are related to each other. (3) The points of tangency are transformed to points on the real axis of the t plane. For the case in which the nose curve is composed of circular arcs, Eqs. (22), (28) and (29) were derived. The functions f and g were found numerically by iteration, and m was computed from Eq. (28). The distribution of velocity and that of pressure along the line of symmetry and the boundary were computed and plotted in Fig. 5, in which the pressure distribution from wind tunnel tests was also included. Preliminary results on incipient cavitation number were plotted in Fig. 6, to be compared with the theoretical |C_(pm)| curve. More tests are being done to study the scale effects.