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Cluster-based diffusion

Cluster-based diffusion

aggregate and disaggregate level modeling

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Published by Indian Institute of Management Bangalore in Bangalore .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Microfiche. New Delhi : Library of Congress Office ; Washington, D.C. : Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, 2009. x microfiches Master microform held by: DLC.

Statementby Yogendra Kumar, Runa Sarkar, Sanjeev Swami.
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The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
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Open LibraryOL23393137M
LC Control Number2009311654

4. Producing a methodological guide book on the different software applications for collection, analysis, sorting out and diffusion of information to be implemented by clusters and SMEs; STRATINC Innovative clusters & Strategic intelligence. Main results. Brigo started his work with the development, with Bernard Hanzon and Francois Le Gland (), of the projection filters, a family of approximate nonlinear filters based on the differential geometry approach to statistics, also related to information geometry. With Fabio Mercurio (–), he has shown how to construct stochastic differential equations consistent with.

Development: KAIZEN, Microfinance, and Infrastructure 30 January Tetsushi Sonobe Cluster-Based Development is Inclusive programs, the diffusion of KAIZEN may take time because those who should receive training do not know the value of the training. been more chaos, diffusion, and misinterpretation among ED practitioners and academicians alike on proper cluster definitions, appropriate cluster identification methodologies, and their translation into cluster-based economic development policies. In other words, there exists no single conceptual and analytical framework that.

  Interpersonal and mediated communication both play important roles in the diffusion of innovations, as part of the process, as well as the content, of diffusion first manifested in Gibson's book and SMS communication constituted a second media cluster, based on patterns of shared social relationships. Use of mediated social networks can Cited by: 6. For example, a book retailer can compute the multi-scale diffusion analysis of the database of all books for sale, using within the metric items, such as subject, keywords, user buying patterns, etc., keywords and other characteristics that are common over multiscale clusters around any particular book provide an automatic classification of the Cited by:


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The major contribution of this paper is to propose a framework for cluster-based diffusion of technological products, and then to present an analysis of that framework using two different. Downloadable (with restrictions). Purpose - The purpose of this paper is to present a modeling approach for aggregate and disaggregate level models for cluster-based diffusion Cluster-based diffusion book a new technology.

The aggregate approach refers to the diffusion modeling of a product at the overall population level, while the disaggregate approach refers to the diffusion process at the individual entity by: 9. Table 1 (the bottom part) shows clustering performance (ACC and NMI) by four state-of-the-art methods for short text clustering, Cluster-based diffusion book in Section 2: STC2-LE [12], Corpus-based Topic Diffusion.

words, the punctuated processes of knowledge creation, diffusion, and use within and around the science enterprise. In this book, we have attempted to compile an eclectic configuration of perspectives and treatises of mutually complementary and reinforcing themes on science and technology (S&T) as well as on research and development (R&D).

Knowledge, technology, and cluster-based growth in Africa (English) Abstract. Although Africa is falling behind in today's global economic race, it holds pockets of vital economic activity -- many in the form of enterprise clusters scattered across the continent's countries and by: This paper presents a cluster-based analysis of the tourism sector in Sierra Leone.

The analysis shows that tourism in Sierra Leone draws entirely on basic factor conditions such as natural endowments; high-end lodging, catering, and entertainment services are virtually nonexistent.

A directed diffusion algorithm based on link-stabilizing clustering (DDLSC), which is a delay-energy aware routing protocol for wireless sensor networks is proposed in this paper.

DDLSC enable a wide range of tradeoffs between delay and energy by: 1. To demonstrate the functioning of the ensemble algorithm, we display how the data set is split by the eigenvectors of the ensemble group diffusion matrix G in in every iteration.

We consider the case when T = {3, 8}.The first eigenvector corresponding to the first iteration of the algorithm splits the data set into two clusters, green and black (see Fig. 3(a)-(b)).Cited by: 3.

In this paper, we discuss previous work focusing on single-pass improvement, and then present a new single-pass clustering algorithm, called OSPDM (On-line Single-Pass clustering based on Diffusion Map), based on mapping the data into low-dimensional feature by: 3.

Technology diffusion is referred as “the process by which an innovation is communicated through certain channels over time among the members of a social system” (Rogers,p. Therefore, the technology diffusion process is successful if several or most members of an industry (or, in our case, of the cluster) adopt the proposed Cited by: Note that the y-intercept of the MSD is twice the variance, of the noise present in the data.

Figure shows simulated normal, biased, and hindered diffusion with a common underlying diffusion constant.The significance of the simulation and validation of the analysis can be exemplified by comparing the normal and hindered diffusion.

Yogendra Kumar, Runa Sarkar and Sanjeev Swami, Cluster-based Diffusion: Aggregate and Disaggregate level Modeling, Journal of Advances in Management Research, Vol 6, Issue 1, pagesThe paper has been chosen as a Highly Commended Award Winner at the Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence 3.

Enterprise clusters help their constituents grow and compete by encouraging more effective knowledge and technology diffusion and product specialization, leveraging local comparative advantage, fostering production value chains, and achieving collective by:   Cluster based. Cluster-based protocols form a cluster in order to reduce the number of broadcasting dates by reducing the diffusion domain.

A cluster is formed by a cluster head that is responsible for its management. Communications inside a. Chapter 1. Knowledge, Technology, and Cluster-Based Growth in Africa: Findings from 11 Case Studies of Enterprise Clusters in Africa Chapter 2.

The Suame Manufacturing Cluster in Ghana Chapter 3. The Kamukunji Metalwork Cluster in Kenya Chapter 4. The Lake Naivasha Cut Flower Cluster in. The diffusion model developed by Bass (Bass, F. A new product growth model for consumer durables.

Management Sci(January) –) constitutes an empirical represents a pattern or regularity that has been shown to repeat over many new products and services in many countries and over a variety by: We study the global diffusion of ISO and ISO certification using a network diffusion framework.

We start by investigating the presence and nature of contagion effects by defining alternative cross-country networks and testing their relative by: Book Description. Distributed Systems: An Algorithmic Approach, Second Edition provides a balanced and straightforward treatment of the underlying theory and practical applications of distributed computing.

As in the previous version, the language is kept as unobscured as possible—clarity is given priority over mathematical formalism. Yogendra Kumar & Runa Sarkar & Sanjeev Swami, "Cluster-based diffusion: aggregate and disaggregate level modeling," Journal of Advances in Management Research, Emerald Group Publishing, vol.

6(1), pagesApril. Bansal, Prateek & Kockelman, Kara M., Cited by: 1. The new characteristics of Wireless Multimedia Sensor Network (WMSN) and its design issues brought by handling different traffic classes of multimedia content (video streams, audio, and still images) as well as scalar data over the network, make the proposed routing protocols for typical WSNs not directly applicable for WMSNs.

Handling real-time multimedia data requires both energy efficiency Cited by:. We propose a stable backbone tree construction algorithm using multi-hop clusters for wireless sensor networks (WSNs).

The hierarchical cluster structure has advantages in data fusion and aggregation. Energy consumption can be decreased by managing nodes with cluster heads.

Backbone nodes, which are responsible for performing and managing multi-hop communication, can reduce the Cited by:   Systematic review methodologies can be harnessed to help researchers to understand and explain how complex interventions may work.

Typically, when reviewing complex interventions, a review team will seek to understand the theories that underpin an intervention and the specific context for that intervention. A single published report from a research project does not typically contain this Cited by: Discretisation of the diffusion term Description.

For a general control volume (orthogonal, non-orthogonal), the discretization of the diffusion term can be written in the following form. where S denotes the surface area of the control volume denotes the area of a face for the control volume As usual, the subscript f refers to a given face.