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Source : UPV

Social networks and Web 3.0: their impact on the management and marketing of organizations

Garrigós Simón, Fernando José et al. (2012)

Purpose - Innovations, coupled with the advancement of new information and communication technologies (ICTs) and the evolution of the internet, have had a profound impact on the structure of firms and have altered the decision-making process. In the new economic and social environment, the ...

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Source : DANS

A formal model for total quality management

Made-Potuijt, S.C. et al. (1 janv. 1996)

textabstractTotal Quality Management (TQM) is a systematic approach to managing a company. TQM is systematic in the sense that it is uses facts through observation, analysis and measurable goals. There are theoretical descriptions of this management concept, but there is no formal model of it. A ...

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Source : DANS

Scale-free correlations, influential neighbours and speed control in flocks of birds

Hemelrijk, Charlotte K. et al. (févr. 2015)

Coordination of birds in large flocks is amazing, especially, since individual birds only interact with a few neighbors (the so-called 'influential neighbours'). Yet, empirical data show that fluctuations of velocity and speed of different birds are correlated beyond the influential neighbours and ...

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Source : Persée

De la violence au djihâd

Moussaoui, Abderrahmane (1994)

From Violence to the Djihad. October 1988 was the beginning of cycle of confrontations between opposing forces. It was the official birth date of islamism as political movement in Algeria. The mosque played an important role in this equation. It became the ideal space for protest and it produced new ...

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Source : HAL

Aspectus operis and visual attention : from Vitruvius to Virtual Reality

Vurpillot, Damien (13 avr. 2016)

How does one interpret remains of the past without projecting one's cultural baggage in the process? This is a daily concern both for historians and archaeologists. In the present study, we investigate the possibility that a careful analysis of visual attention can provide invaluable hints leading ...

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Arabinase induction and carbon catabolite repression in Aspergillus niger and Aspergillus nidulans.

Veen, van der, P. (1995)

The first aim of this thesis was to get a better understanding of the properties and the induction features of arabinan degrading enzymes and enzymes involved in the intracellular L-arabinose catabolic pathway in Aspergillus niger. The second aim was to understand the which role carbon catabolite ...

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Emergent theory and technology in e-learning

Browaeys, M.-J. et al. (2006)

E-learning should be approached via a new paradigm, one where instruction and information are involved in a recursive process, an approach which counters the concept of linearity. New ways of thinking about how people learn and new technologies favour the emergence of principles of e-learning that ...

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Source : EDP Sciences

The backbone of research in modern education in the context of the competence approach

Raitina, Margarita et al. 

Modern society, which sets problems of translating culture in a new way, determines new criteria for the educational paradigm. Globalization tendencies in modern educational environment induce the problem of necessity to integrate educational and scientific resources into Russian education. The aim ...

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Source : DANS

Global optimization at work.

Hendrix, E.M.T. (1998)

In many research situations where mathematical models are used, researchers try to find parameter values such that a given performance criterion is at an optimum. If the parameters can be varied in a continuous way, this in general defines a so-called Nonlinear Programming Problem. Methods for ...

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Towards a unifying theory on branching-type polling systems in heavy traffic

Mei, van der, Rob (1 janv. 2007)

For a broad class of polling models the evolution of the system at specific embedded polling instants is known to constitute a multi-type branching process (MTBP) with immigration. In this paper we derive heavy-traffic limits for general MTBP-type of polling models. The results generalize and unify ...

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