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The Architecture and Design of Organizational Capabilities

Michael G. Jacobides
2006 Social Science Research Network  
Rather than focusing on any one individual issue, this article outlines a research program on the architecture and design of organizational capabilities. Such a program can help us explain how  ...  The architecture and design of organizational capabilities: a new chapter in the evolutionary/neo-Schumpeterian tradition?  ...  I would call this a program on the "architecture and design of organizational capabilities," since it considers how architecture (of organizational components within a firm or of different types of firms  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.871733 fatcat:cd4ihhpchbgs7oroa6mbiwoc6m

Architectures of Control in Consumer Product Design

Dan Lockton
2005 Social Science Research Network  
Academic precedents: control and networks "...helps explain the push in the telecommunications industry for new network architectures that would provide service providers greater control of what  ...  Other digital architectures of control The architectures of computer networks themselves can, of course, be an important method of controlling user behaviour (and, along with other network architectures  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.908493 fatcat:x2exv6klmjclnmozii4naqnuy4

Web 2.0 virtual design studio: social networking as facilitator of design education

Jeremy J. Ham, Marc Aurel Schnabel
2011 Architectural Science Review  
Keywords: design studio, architectural education, Web 2.0, social networks The Virtual Design Studio (VDS) The early nineties saw the emergence of one particular form of design studio, which investigated  ...  This paper centres on issues of learning and teaching associated with the development of a Social Network VDS (SNVDS).  ...  THE SOCIAL NETWORKED DESIGN STUDIO The architectural design studio presented here is a core third year design unit in the Bachelor programme at <name omitted>.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00038628.2011.582369 fatcat:4mu3lr4tlja2jhowjyk5tmnspq

Mobile social networks: Design requirements, architecture, and state-of-the-art technology

Zhifei Mao, Yuming Jiang, Geyong Min, Supeng Leng, Xiaolong Jin, Kun Yang
2017 Computer Communications  
A functional reference architecture of MSNs is designed, and its building blocks are described.  ...  Definition of MSN We consider a mobile social network to be an overlay network, that is, a social network overlaying on top of one or several types of mobile networks. A social 130 190 3.  ...  Nowadays, social networks are increasingly ac- 5 cessed via mobile devices thus rendering a new research field of mobile social networks (MSNs).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.comcom.2016.11.006 fatcat:qjhxoa2w65dxldeomaeuve7jxi

Designing an Agile Software Portfolio Architecture: The Impact of Coupling on Performance

Alan MacCormack, Robert Lagerstrom, Martin Mocker
2017 Social Science Research Network  
Designing an Agile Software Portfolio Architecture  ...  Unfortunately, little work has examined the antecedents of IT agility, with respect to the choices a firm makes when designing its "Software Portfolio Architecture."  ...  In contrast to EA models, IT Architecture research implies a "bottom-up" approach to design; the aim is to create an architecture that can sense and respond to new challenges, the nature of which cannot  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.2974405 fatcat:3wr2xfi4b5dnnjkdnxigobip6m

Applications, Architectures, and Protocol Design Issues for Mobile Social Networks: A Survey

Nipendra Kayastha, Dusit Niyato, Ping Wang, Ekram Hossain
2011 Proceedings of the IEEE  
This paper presents a comprehensive survey on the MSN specifically from the perspectives of applications, network architectures, and protocol design issues.  ...  KEYWORDS | Community detection; content distribution; context-aware data transfer; mobile social networking services and applications; network architecture and protocol design; security and privacy; social  ...  Design Issues for Mobile Social Networks: A Survey Table 7 7 Optimization-Based Approaches for Content Distribution in the MSN Kayastha et al.: Applications, Architectures, and Protocol Design Issues  ... 
doi:10.1109/jproc.2011.2169033 fatcat:qqrflfnnxnho5f7odt726lkykm

The "Socialized Architecture": A Software Engineering Approach for a New Cloud

Pedro Malo-Perisé, José Merseguer
2022 Sustainability  
The solution is new since it proposes a software engineering approach for developing "socialized services", which, leveraging an asynchronous interaction model, creates a network of lightweight microservices  ...  Our research, coined as the "socialized architecture," presents a novel disruptive approach to completely transform the cloud as we know it today.  ...  • The implementation of a social network that implements most of the underlying concepts and exposes the problems.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su14042020 fatcat:pc47xnmcnfgynfvhjrxplkohee

A social network perspective of building information modelling in Greek construction projects

Sulafa Badi, Dimitra Diamantidou
2017 Architectural Engineering and Design Management  
Social network analysis (SNA) was employed as an analytical method to examine the inter-organizational communication networks in relation to two types of information exchange-design development and cost  ...  management during the design stages of the two projects.  ...  There is also a need for a dynamic-network approach tracing the evolution of these networks throughout the project life cycle.  ... 
doi:10.1080/17452007.2017.1307167 fatcat:qietupoomjeaznq5iat4nfx45i


Özge Ceylin YILDIRIM, Gizem ÖZAL
Aim: In this study, the contribution of social media to the historical urban landscape, which offers new openings for the perception and experience of heritage values in the city of Safranbolu, UNESCO  ...  Abstract: The Historical Urban Landscape approach proposes the definition of urban areas and connections, natural features, regulations and their relations with cultural, social, economic and political  ...  Historical urban landscape is a form of approach and understanding that proposes the implementation of a holistic and socially inclusive approach that enables community participation in urban heritage  ... 
doi:10.17365/tmd.2020.1.1 fatcat:a67zn4rginggbmrljl3nw6g4lu

Designing the Boundaries of the Firm: From 'Make, Buy or Ally' to the Dynamic Benefits of Vertical Architecture

Michael G. Jacobides, Stephan Billinger
2005 Social Science Research Network  
This permeable vertical architecture, accompanied by appropriate transfer prices and incentive design, facilitates resource allocation and guides a firm's growth process.  ...  T he concept of "vertical architecture" defines the scope of a firm and the extent to which it is open to final and intermediate markets; it describes the configurations of transactional choices along  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the Institute of Technology Management of the University of St.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.670386 fatcat:sqb5fejb6zcfdjutqyxil263ae

In-House Globalization: The Role of Globally Distributed Design and Product Architecture on Product Development Performance

Bilal Gokpinar, Wallace J. Hopp, Seyed Iravani
2011 Social Science Research Network  
For large organizations that design and develop complex products, this geographic distribution has added a new layer of complexity to product development operations.  ...  In this empirical study of a large auto manufacturer, we examine the operational performance implications of splitting the design of vehicle subsystems across multiple geographic locations.  ...  The authors gratefully acknowledge the support of this research by the National Science Foundation under Grants DMI-0423048 and DMI-024377.  ... 
doi:10.2139/ssrn.1911867 fatcat:evozx6o4bnh5hkqagdqhndneoy

A New Approach on Communications Architectures for Intelligent Transportation Systems

Susana Sousa, Alexandre Santos, António Costa, Bruno Dias, Bruno Ribeiro, Fábio Gonçalves, Joaquim Macedo, Maria João Nicolau, Óscar Gama
2017 Procedia Computer Science  
This paper presents an agnostic VANET architecture (it permits the use of several communication technologies in an open and modular framework), which is an adaption of present standards approach, to be  ...  This paper presents an agnostic VANET architecture (it permits the use of several communication technologies in an open and modular framework), which is an adaption of present standards approach, to be  ...  Agnostic ITS Communications Architecture: a new approach on standards An ITS architecture for the development of agnostic vehicular applications should present the OBU modeled like a black-box, implementing  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2017.06.101 fatcat:wsgrcvdyfrf4fos7bhnvgbrbyu


Samuel Domínguez-Amarillo, Jesica Fernandez-Aguera, Patricia Fernandez-Aguera
2018 Archnet-IJAR  
architecture, ICTs included, and social networks as participatory design tools.  ...  This new paradigm calls for revisiting undergraduate architectural instruction, adopting a more complex overview of energy use and management in the design process, regarding buildings as dynamic rather  ...  architecture, ICTs included, and social networks as participatory design tools.  ... 
doi:10.26687/archnet-ijar.v12i1.1298 fatcat:isvqpn2omrdfzfzpex3yh42xri

Research Design [chapter]

2014 Encyclopedia of Social Network Analysis and Mining  
Smith Street: this native stone building was the first constructed solely for the use of one of Cuba's fraternal organizations (Criterion A, social; Criterion C, architecture) #18, Cuba City Hall and Fire  ...  The national designation of the highway also encouraged the development of new businesses in Cuba that catered to the needs of automobile travelers.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-6170-8_100565 fatcat:p2e47znqwjgrlnp23xrtnhxot4

City Architectural Heritage Revival: The Need of a New Applied Approach

Riham Elrasoul
2016 Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences  
The study calls for developing a new applied approach of conservation that takes the interaction between citizens and the city heritage zones into consideration.  ...  Egypt is a nation of 4000 years of civilization, which was known for its ancient architecture that occupied the highest rank of importance, but how long will our neglected heritage sites survive in our  ...  The contemporary design of the building takes into account and highlights the monuments through a visual communication, which in turn increases the architectural value of the building.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2016.06.021 fatcat:fbwsf73ix5dd3lnhu3d4qiwh6i
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