Wang Xizhi ([wǎŋ ɕí.ʈʂɨ́]; Chinese: 王羲之; 303–361) is a Chinese calligrapher, writer and politician who lived during the Jin Dynasty (265–420), best known for his mastery of Chinese calligraphy. Wang is sometimes regarded as the greatest Chinese calligrapher in history, and was a master of all forms of Chinese calligraphy, especially the running script. Furthermore, he is known as one of the Four Talented Calligraphers (四賢) in Chinese calligraphy.[1] Emperor Taizong of Tang admired his works so much that the original Preface to the Poems Composed at the Orchid Pavilion (or Lanting Xu) was said to be buried with the emperor in his mausoleum.
The sense of crisis brought about by intense competition would permeate throughout the ranks of journalists from top to bottom. For the latter, competition with peers are normal in the condition of having multiple newspapers in the same city. However, previous rivalries were fair contests between ‘professional journalists’, whereas present struggles involve unfair competition with ‘vulgar non-professionals’.
Total RNA was extracted from sorted iMNs on day 21 after transduction with a TRIzol RNA Extraction Kit (Life Technologies) and reverse transcribed with an Oligo dT primer using a ProtoScript II First Strand Synthesis Kit (NEB). RNA integrity was checked using the Experion system (Bio-Rad). Real-time PCR was performed with iTaq Universal SYBR Green Supermix (Bio-Rad) using primers shown in Supplemental Table 3.
Bide lakè,14 shìjì de yìdàlì shirén, kaichuàngle wénben pipíng de jìshù. Ta de mùdì shì quèbao tongguò ji gè shìjì de shougao fùzhì chuándì de wénben baoliúle zuòzhe suo xie de nèiróng. Zhè zengjiale duì wénben de wénhuà zhùyì lì, ér bùshì zuòwéi yigè sixiang láiyuán (zhè zài yiqián de zhéxué shí dài shì zhòngyào de), ér shì zuòwéi yigè meixué jiégòu tixiàn zuòzhe dí quèqiè de huàyu hé shuomíng ta de xiezuò fenggé.
Dang nurén cóng wo nàli ná qián de shíhòu, wo hen danxin wo bèi piànle. Wo shì yigè yúchun de laorén jiyu tóngyì. Nàgè nurén ba wo dàng zuò shì lìng yiduan dì shouduàn. Rán'ér, yu zhulì'an yiqi, wo ye rènwéi wo yuànyì gei ta qián - bùshì tài duo, ér shì yixie - shì wo guanxin de yigè jixiàng. Nánrén dì xìngbié jiang shì yigè jixiàng, fùnu yi zhèngquè de fangshì guanxin tamen. Fùnu de qián jiang shì yigè jixiàng, shuomíng zhège rén huì wèi ta zouchu lù. Suoyi women mei gèrén dou bìxu jiyu yidiandian ràng duìfang chéngzhang.
May 2018: Prof. Nikos Sidiropoulos (ECE at University of Virginia) gave a Keynote at ICC Workshop ‘‘Machine Learning for Communications’’ in Kansas City. See the slides here. Interesting recent results of using deep neural networks to solve a wireless resource allocation (power allocation) problem are included in the slides (with details in see details in this paper ‘‘Learning to Optimize: Training Deep Neural Networks for Wireless Resource Management’’).
Zài 1973 nián wo jiéhun ka luó er zhiqián, wo yu yigè míng jiào zhu dí de niánqing nuzi youzhe jiqíng de guanxì, chíxùle haoji gè yuè. Ji nián hòu, wo zàicì tongguò xiànzài zhù zài jialìfúníya zhou de fùmu yu ta liánxì. Zài 1987 nián de dongtian, zhu dí da diànhuà shuo ta xiang bàifang wo. Ta bàoyuàn ta xiànzài de nán péngyou dài fu, yigè zài xingqiú dàzhàn xiàngmù shàng gongzuò de shùxué jia. Zhè dangrán shì duì wo yu an dì guanxì zàochéngle yalì. Bùguò, wo huanyíng zhu dí de fangwèn, bìng zhunbèi ràng ta zài bèiyòng fángjian dòuliú ji tian. Zhu dí dàodá jichang yigè dà shùgàn. Xianrán zhè cì fangwèn jiang chíxù yiduàn shíjian.
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