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Wang F.,Shanghai Lixin University of Commerce
Proceedings of the 2011 Chinese Control and Decision Conference, CCDC 2011

The current mass customization(MC) generally has single or multi fixed CODP for the mass production and customization. However, this mode can not be suitable for the changeful sales market and the customers' needs. Based on pointing out the limits of current mass customization system, a kind of new mass customization system named Mass Customization System based on Multi-CODPs is proposed. In this kind mode of mass customization, the CODP is multiple and dynamic following the changes of customized products. The paper presents an idea of product mixes for the new system with the deeply analysis of the process, production lot and customer order attributes of the products in the supply chain, and analyzes the key problems to implement the new mass customization and further researches. © 2011 IEEE. Source

Liuy Y.,Shanghai Lixin University of Commerce
Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science

Connected graphs in which any two of its cycles have at most one common vertex are called cactuses. In this paper, we continue the work on Laplacian spread of graphs, and determine the graph with maximal Laplacian spread in all cactuses with n vertices. © 2010 Discrete Mathematics and Theoretical Computer Science (DMTCS). Source

Kang L.,Shanghai Finance University | Peng F.,Shanghai Lixin University of Commerce
Regional Studies

Wage flexibility in the Chinese labour market, 1989–2009. Regional Studies. China’s bureaucratic wage determination system is gradually being replaced by a market-based system, leading to a novel version of a dual labour market. This paper studies wage flexibility in this dual market. Its principal findings are as follows: wages in both sectors have become less responsive to changes in official registered unemployment, with an alternative market-based measure of unemployment becoming more relevant; there is evidence of convergence of flexibility between the two sectors; the wages of women exhibit greater flexibility than those of men; and there is evidence of differences in wage flexibility between workers who have urban residential rights and rural migrants. © 2016 Regional Studies Association Source

Wang P.,Shanghai Lixin University of Commerce
Expert Systems with Applications

This paper presents an efficient currency option pricing model based on support vector regression (SVR). This model focuses on selection of input variables of SVR. We apply stochastic volatility model with jumps to SVR in order to account for sudden big changes in exchange rate volatility. We use forward exchange rate as the input variable of SVR, since forward exchange rate takes interest rates of a basket of currencies into account. Therefore, the inputs of SVR will include moneyness (spot rate/strike price), forward exchange rate, volatility of the spot rate, domestic risk-free simple interest rate, and the time to maturity. Extensive experimental studies demonstrate the ability of new model to improve forecast accuracy. © 2010 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Source

Zhang J.,Shanghai Lixin University of Commerce | Zhang J.,University of Western Sydney
Energy Policy

Using country level panel data from East Asia over the period 1998-2011, this paper examines the implications of international production fragmentation-induced intermediate goods trade on the link between energy consumption and carbon pollution. The paper focuses on the interaction effect between energy consumption and trade in intermediate goods on carbon emission. The empirical results presented suggest that international trade in intermediate goods decreases the positive impact on carbon emission of energy consumption. When compared with the trade in final goods, intermediate goods trade contributes to a greater decrease in carbon pollution resulting from energy consumption. These results confirm that the link between energy consumption and carbon pollution in East Asia is significantly affected by international production fragmentation-induced trade in intermediate goods. The results presented in this paper have some important policy implications. © 2015 Elsevier Ltd. Source

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