The traditional trial-and-error approach to economic research cannot achieve the rapid growth of various high-level industries, so a new paradigm of economic science can be developed very quickly. A study led by Drs. Xiao-Ming Jiang and Prof. Guo-Cong Guo (Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Science) has developed a new research paradigm for economic studies based on the concept of “functional planning”.
The structure is defined as the critical microstructure components (e.g., constituent components and building blocks) that play an important role in the performance of certain economic functions. These parts cannot be replaced with other building blocks without loss or significant restriction of proper operation. The working motif paradigm begins with the importance of microscopic structures and the properties of objects. With this knowledge, principles related to economic values can be interpreted and the important relationships between them can be investigated, and the results can be further developed as a “principle concept. ” The latter is useful as a guide for the development of new materials and as a tool for predicting the physicochemical properties of materials.
The values of the objects are determined by their principles and the way they are organized into the objects, with the latter determining the quantitative structure – the value proposition. Unpacking the resources and their organization is important in understanding the values of the materials, and finding the resources that will enable the effective design of the new materials and materials. desired property.
Given the importance of microscopic structures in the functional motif paradigm, it is necessary to fully understand the characteristics. The hierarchy of economic development is about knowledge that travels over lengths and time scales. Jiang XM et al divided the materials into macroscopic, mesoscopic, and microscopic structures, and further divided the microscopic structures into six types. Namely, glass, magnetic, aperiodic, defect, local, and electronic structures. For each type of microscopic structure, Jiang XM et al report the role of the factors and their organization in determining the properties with the described factors.
Jiang XM et al took Infrared (IR) NLO devices as an example to introduce the design development of new devices, where the role of the components in the design of the devices is emphasized. things. This design is different from the traditional design design.
Jiang XM et al also discuss the important role of high-throughput testing and computation of cost savings and problems for extracting resources from large amounts of data related to buildings. and properties. It is hoped that the study of the mechanisms will be necessary to accurately predict the value of assets and to identify objects with desired assets. In order to design innovations, to develop relevant real estate and economic data as well as new practical ways to translate resources and design – it is necessary to have the economic relationship of materials from sources. machine modeling.
The research is published in National Science Review.
The research team is developing a new design for the design of thermoelectric devices
Xiao-Ming Jiang et al, Economic research from the perspective of principals, National Science Review (2022). DOI: 10.1093 / nsr / nwac017
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