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Virtual Incubation in Industrial Clusters: A Case Study in Pakistan

Babur Wasim Arif, Tetsushi Sonobe
2012 Journal of Development Studies  
In industrial clusters, transaction costs are kept low and free riding is discouraged by a community mechanism developed through dense and repeated interactions among entrepreneurs.  ...  plays the role of virtual incubation in nurturing new enterprises, reinforcing the cluster's dynamism.  ...  A number of industrial clusters in developing countries have been stagnant.  ... 
doi:10.1080/00220388.2011.621946 fatcat:pqw3sexdirblfckit7vrxfpa6m

Collaborative innovation networks, virtual communities and geographical clustering

Marco De Maggio, Peter A. Gloor, Giuseppina Passiante
2009 International Journal of Innovation and Regional Development  
beyond the organizational perimeter of companies on a global scale.  ...  We describe the case of a Global Consulting Community to highlight the cultural and structural aspects of this phenomenon.  ...  The application of Social Network Analysis to other communities developed around different kind of organizations, was able to show that often physical proximity and geographical clustering play a critical  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijird.2009.022729 fatcat:6gmmfoemwfdxthrsd74iaddp2m

Post-Pandemic and Beyond Virtual Conference AbstractsBlended learning using augmented reality glasses during the COVID-19 pandemic: the present and the futureActivating emotions enhance surgical simulation performance: a cluster analysisTraining in soft-tissue resection using real-time visual computer navigation feedback from the Surgery Tutor: a randomized controlled trialSonoGames: delivering a point of care ultrasound curriculum through gamificationTeaching heart valve surgery techniques using simulators ...

Zeeshan Ahmed, Clarissa H.H. Lau, Meredith Poole, Danielle Arshinoff, Ryaan El-Andari, Abigail White, Garrett Johnson, Veronique M. Doucet, Recai Yilmaz, Ge Shi, Sharif Natheir, Jonathan Hampshire (+227 others)
2021 Canadian journal of surgery  
Supported by the Canadian Association of General Surgeons, a VP was developed by a clinical content expert and then integrated into a virtual patient case application by developers with strong pedagogical  ...  Recommendations included access to video-conferencing technology and development of virtual-care-specific EPAs in surgery.  ...  Conclusion: An increase in virtual delivery of the SCC was well-tolerated by learners, but a reduction of in-person experiences carried a negative impact on skill development and career exploration.  ... 
doi:10.1503/cjs.018821 fatcat:zb4nrjgri5gajknjtivpbl5tai

Virtual Industry Clusters: Foundation to Create Virtual Enterprises [chapter]

M. Flores, A. Molina
2000 Advances in Networked Enterprises  
In this paper a Methodology for the Creation of Virtual Industry Clusters is proposed and a case study is presented to describe how the methodology has been applied to create VIRPLAS-A Virtual Industry  ...  To enable the formation of Virtual Enterprises, Virtual Industry Clusters (VIC) should be created.  ...  CONCLUSIONS 119 The main objective of the research was to develop a methodology that can be used to create Virtual Industry Clusters in a systematic manner.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35529-0_11 fatcat:7a4nzc6bdjcjjnc66cvw6foake

Formation of Industrial Clusters Using Method of Virtual Enterprises

Babkin Alexander, Kudryavtseva Tatiana, Utkina Svetlana
2013 Procedia Economics and Finance  
In Europe the concept of "virtual cluster" has been used for a long time, being the subject of many studies, and currently there is widespread transition from physical connections in a cluster to virtual  ...  The purpose of the research is to investigate the possibility of creating an innovative industrial cluster in the form of a virtual enterprise.  ...  Acknowledgements The paper was prepared with the support of the Russian Humanitarian Scientific Foundation.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s2212-5671(13)00011-7 fatcat:f5hvfbctqbd4febffbsgq36h44

A Mininet-based Virtual Testbed for Distributed SDN Development

Bob Lantz, Brian O'Connor
2015 Proceedings of the 2015 ACM Conference on Special Interest Group on Data Communication - SIGCOMM '15  
We demonstrate a simpler and more efficient approach: using Mininet's cluster mode to easily deploy a virtual testbed of lightweight containers on a single machine, an ad hoc cluster, or a dedicated hardware  ...  The need for fault tolerance and scalability is leading to the development of distributed SDN operating systems and applications.  ...  If time and access permit, we may also add a scale-up demonstration of execution on a cloud or dedicated cluster as well as scale-down creation of a distributed testbed and development platform on a single  ... 
doi:10.1145/2785956.2790030 dblp:conf/sigcomm/LantzO15 fatcat:jt4djueys5duhb54cm3aalhqve

Virtual Sensors for Estimating District Heating Energy Consumption under Sensor Absences in a Residential Building

Sungmin Yoon, Youngwoong Choi, Jabeom Koo, Yejin Hong, Ryunhee Kim, Joowook Kim
2020 Energies  
According to certain virtual sensor development processes, model-driven, data-driven, and grey-box virtual sensors were developed and compared in a case study.  ...  ; notably, a 16% improvement was observed in the accuracy exhibited by the grey-box virtual sensor, as compared to that of the data-driven virtual sensor.  ...  ., Ltd. for the technical Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest. Nomenclature  ... 
doi:10.3390/en13226013 fatcat:r6ju7rwhgrhphpcdyd2hd6yosm

K-ONE Playground: Reconfigurable Clusters for a Cloud-Native Testbed

Jun-Sik Shin, JongWon Kim
2020 Electronics  
In this paper, we propose a unique design of reconfigurable clusters, which can provide physical and virtual resources ready for cloud-native DevOps services.  ...  We also describe a detailed implementation of the reconfigurable cluster for the real-world infrastructure of K-ONE Playground.  ...  A reconfigurable cluster is a clustered resource pool whose collection of physical servers and virtual machines can be easily reconfigured for multiple tenants (i.e., operators and developers) using DevOps  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics9050844 fatcat:nfi35gtu2nefnm3avualuloarq

Relationships Between Geographical and Virtual Proximity in Cluster Organisations

Anna Lis, Adrian Lis
2021 Studia Regionalne i Lokalne  
The purpose of the paper is to explore the relationships between geographical and virtual proximity in cluster organisations (COs).  ...  The research has shown that the relationships between geographical and virtual proximity depend on the cooperation level and the role of the CO.  ...  These three types of relationships are explored in the study within a framework provided by the previously developed original concept of the trajectory of development of cooperative relationships in cluster  ... 
doi:10.7366/1509499538506 doaj:199d218617f344fc83349efdda1dc3ff fatcat:nag6z37v5rc5hgz3sby5amoh5e

Load balancing algorithms in cluster systems

Andrzej Imiełowski, T. Kwater, B. Twarog, Z. Gomolka, J. Bartman
2018 ITM Web of Conferences  
Therefore, the challenge caused the development of various clusters. The paper presents an overview of algorithms for load balancing used in modern cluster systems.  ...  The paper takes into account the specificities of different solutions, from the classic cluster through systems of blade servers with virtualization to cloud systems.  ...  The above two factors, the development of cluster systems and the widespread use of virtualization have enabled the popularization of services related to cloud systems (cloud clomputing).  ... 
doi:10.1051/itmconf/20182100015 fatcat:4gtljutpvvejzjzbo2iosfvfxa

Computer simulation of the entrepreneurial conduction in virtual e-business clusters

Zheng Ye, Le Jiang
2018 EURASIP Journal on Wireless Communications and Networking  
The development of virtual e-business cluster is an effective way to cultivate new industries and realize the transformation and upgrading of traditional industries.  ...  The research finds that for the two business models of virtual e-business cluster C2C and B2B, if the number of start-ups in the virtual e-business cluster is increased, the business start-ups in the virtual  ...  John Schaffhausen, Walden University, USA, for the help of our research.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13638-018-1118-1 fatcat:s5bj5z3pevhuvbq2rsdmyxwrf4

Virtualization of Heterogeneous HPC-clusters Based on OpenStack Platform

2017 Bulletin of the South Ural State University Series Computational Mathematics and Software Engineering  
The paper addresses to the problem of integration of heterogeneous computing clusters to the united environment based on a virtualization technology.  ...  It helps to start virtual machines using queues of the traditional resource management systems, such as PBS, SLURM, LSF, or SGE, that are used on clusters of a center of collective usage.  ...  Within this approach, we developed the model of the resource allocation for virtual machines and realized the tools for the integration of heterogeneous clusters.  ... 
doi:10.14529/cmse170203 fatcat:vlv2zaqvv5gzhhlakdblnohdmu

A Dynamic Model of Virtual Organisations: Formation and Development [chapter]

Catherine Lackenby, Hamid Seddighi
2002 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
The model focuses on the concept of core competencies and identifies their development over time as the primary strategic objective of a finn within a virtual organisation.  ...  The model is dynamic, linking "upstream" and "downstream" clusters through a dynamic feedback mechanism.  ...  More importantly, linkages may also develop between virtual organisations to provide a second down stream cluster.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-0-387-35585-6_5 fatcat:wf4aa3d67jcqxjj7zkqt5obrum

StarHPC — Teaching parallel programming within elastic compute cloud

Ceraj Ivica, Justin T. Riley, Charles Shubert
2009 Proceedings of the ITI 2009 31st International Conference on Information Technology Interfaces  
StarHPC prepackages a virtual machine image used by students, the scripts used by an administrator, and a virtual image of the Amazon Elastic Computing Cloud (EC2) machine used to build the cluster shared  ...  This architecture coupled with the no-cost availability of StarHPC allows it to be deployed at other institutions interested in teaching parallel programming with a dedicated compute cluster without incurring  ...  The course lasted two weeks and had a total of ten users actively developing on the cluster.  ... 
doi:10.1109/iti.2009.5196108 dblp:conf/iti/IvicaRS09 fatcat:ygvplelqincujkasnwxsqqxwvu

Dynamic Scheduling on Grid Environments

Mario Leandro Bertogna
2010 Journal of Computer Science and Technology  
The work carried out in the thesis describes efficient virtual environments management. One of the main contributions is a middleware scheduling optimization based on Grid environments.  ...  While linking allocation and policies belonging to virtual and local organizations.  ...  Access: For access, a model of access points by the redirection of virtual terminals has been developed via the Internet to the end user.  ... 
doaj:f9a56f805096465581b6f11dde5d2224 fatcat:5a5offsnhvfkvds5hhftbijrie
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