Boqiang Lin

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c China's energy demand will maintain high growth in mid-term. c Urbanization always goes along with industrialization. c Higher economic growth needs more energy. c The energy intensity presents as an ''inverted U'' curve. a b s t r a c t China is currently in the process of industrialization and urbanization, which is the key stage of transition from a(More)
a r t i c l e i n f o This paper examines the impacts of industrialization and urbanization on CO 2 emissions in China using nonparametric additive regression models and provincial panel data from 1990 to 2011. The empirical results show that there is an inverted U-shaped nonlinear relationship between industrialization and CO 2 emissions in the three(More)
China's heating industry is a coal-fired industry with serious environmental issues. CO 2 emissions from the heating industry accounted for an average 6.1% of China's carbon emissions during 1985–2010. The potential for reducing emissions in China's heating industry is evaluated by co-integration analysis and scenario analysis. The results demonstrate that(More)
Electrocardiogram (ECG) signals are usually interfered by noises and base-line drift. A morphological filtering approach is put forward to remove the noise of the ECG signals and to calibrate the base-line drift in this paper. Different sizes of structuring elements were used to process the signals for different properties of ECG signal and noise. The(More)
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