Chunliang Xiu's research while affiliated with Northeastern University (Shenyang, China) and other places

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This study summarizes the internal relationship and mechanism of industrialization, business culture, and higher education that affect the development of modern industrial and commercial culture, and consequently, the construction of free trade ports in Hainan. The cases of Hong Kong, Singapore, and Dubai free trade ports were considered as referen...
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Leisure is an important part of the daily activities of urban residents. A relatively dense flow of people will be generated between residential areas and supermarkets, as well as between residential areas and highly popular park facilities. These flows of people can reflect the characteristics of residents’ leisure activities and the spatial chara...
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The development management of the city constantly pursues sustainable development of human-land matching. Under the new research framework, this study discusses the urban human-land relationship from the perspective of the source-sink of daily population mobility, making up for the lack of a static research perspective in the past. The spatial rela...
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The rapid urbanization and over-crowded urban environment have caused a serious public health crisis. Numerous studies have found that public green spaces can benefit human health and well-being. Therefore, a short supply or an inappropriate planning of public green spaces would exaggerate the health crisis. For all these reasons, how to create hea...
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Scale is the range or measurement unit of the characteristics of natural or human ontology in the temporal or spatial dimension and is widely used in daily life and the study of various disciplines. Scale effect pertains to certain laws and characteristics that can only be reflected on a specific scale, so choosing the appropriate scale remains the...
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The spatial characteristics of residents’ leisure activities not only reflect their demand for urban leisure space but also affect the urban spatial layout. This study takes Shenyang, China as an example and analyzes the characteristics of residents’ leisure activities through questionnaires. On this basis, it uses point of interest data and mobile...
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Research on the spatial mismatch experienced by low-income minority residents is US-centric. However, spatial mismatch is not necessarily an appropriate term when considering the situation of low-wage workers in cities of northwestern China where there is higher proximity between jobs and housing and lower levels of residential segregation. This pa...
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Since the 1990s, Russia (the former Soviet Union, FSU) has undergone radical institutional transformation and drastic economic, political, and social changes. These changes have resulted in complex transformations of the urban land-use patterns. We extracted four major urban land-use classes (residential, industrial, social well-being, and green la...
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According to statistics, the global, population aging problem is severe and growing rapidly. The aging problem is most obvious in some European countries, and most of them are developed countries, such as Japan, Italy, Germany, France, etc. The current internal and external environments of parks in China are complex. The inefficient utilization of...

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... However, insufficient attention is given to small-and mediumsized towns [11,12] and longitudinal observations of the differences and correlations of multi-level towns [13,14]. There are significant hierarchical and scaling patterns in the spatial distribution, spatial-temporal evolution, and interaction mechanisms of socioeconomic factors [15]. The spatial distribution and spatial-temporal evolution of urban shrinkage show scale variability and dependence [16]. ...
... Due to complex factors such as monitoring technology and methods, the previous identification and damage mainly on simulation inspection, but this method is only effective when the system and components are visible damage, and cannot provide health monitoring. e particle swarm algorithm based on cloud computing first randomly initializes a group of particles, and allows these random particles to perform an optimal search within a given range, and iteratively searches for the global optimal solution within the solution range [26]. Initially defined as: ...
... Therefore, disadvantaged groups remain the focus of spatial mismatch research, but only that the types of disadvantaged groups vary over time and depending on their locations. In China, disadvantaged groups living in low-income settlements such as subsidized housing, urban villages, and old neighborhoods are the main targets of spatial mismatch studies [58][59][60]. ...
... 39 Regarding the assessment of questionnaire scores, some studies divided the scores into two ratings, for example, 8 to 11 was considered a reasonable threshold for depression judgment. 22,30,34 In addition, some studies also categorized the score into five ratings of depression severity: none (0-4), mild (5)(6)(7)(8)(9), moderate (10)(11)(12)(13)(14), moderately severe (15)(16)(17)(18)(19), and severe (20)(21)(22)(23)(24)(25)(26)(27). 40 After evaluation and pre-investigation, we selected the Chinese PHQ-9 scale to investigate. ...
... A pattern perspective on landscape emphasises architectural and geometric aspects, such as form, dimension, material and composition. Both natural and anthropogenic landscape patterns help to study, amongst others, historical landscape change (Fujihara & Kikuchi, 2005) and land use (Li et al., 2020). ...