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Virtual Management: A Cross-Section Of The Management Process Illustrating Its Fundamental Functions Of Planning, Orga-nizing, Leading And Controlling In A New Era Organization

Vlado Dimovski, Sandra Penger
2011 Journal of Business & Economics Research  
The aim of the paper is to present the impact of the New Economy on the management process through its fundamental functions in a new era organization.  ...  The results, presented in the paper, can be applied to all companies, competing in todays extremely competitive environment.  ...  Modern forms of organizational structures range from horizontal, process and team structures to virtual networks (Daft, 2001).  ... 
doi:10.19030/jber.v1i10.3058 fatcat:m3xl2eiaxzfj7kszhkdak7vk7y

Page 420 of Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA Vol. 23, Issue 2 [page]

1989 Linguistics and Language Behavior Abstracts: LLBA  
In experiment 3, Ss were given instructions that em- phasized nonword decision, in an effort to determine whether nonword processing could be accelerated relative to word processing.  ...  Under all three condi- tions, targets occupying horizontal positions were responded to faster than those presented in other positions.  ... 

A Physics-Informed Neural Network Method for Defect Identification in Polymer Composites Based on Pulsed Thermography

Wei Hng Lim, Stefano Sfarra, Yuan Yao
2021 Engineering Proceedings  
Defect detection in composite materials using active thermography is a well-studied field, and many thermographic data analysis methods have been proposed to facilitate defect visibility enhancement.  ...  The accurate reconstruction of background information based on thermal images facilitates the identification of subsurface defects and reduction in noises caused by an uneven background and heating.  ...  [3] to further explore the new possibility of using the generalizability of DNNs. Readers are directed to [4] for a comprehensive review on DNNs.  ... 
doi:10.3390/engproc2021008014 fatcat:6zycf3u2njfrrfkvrskfkvnrx4

Complex Failure Simulation of Underinclined Shale Slope Based on Discrete Element Method

Bin Li, Da Huang
2020 Earth Sciences Research Journal  
The simulated failure patterns have proven to be in strong agreement with the actual slope failure.  ...  A landslide occurred in the cut slope located in Chongqing west railway station, this slope belongs to a under-dip shale slope, which means that its bedding dip angle is larger than slope angle and it  ...  For the mechanics analysis, the surface of the slope is assigned as a free boundary, while no horizontal displacement is allowed on both the left and the right vertical boundary, the bottom boundary is  ... 
doi:10.15446/esrj.v24n1.85397 fatcat:xvsmnjc4ivd7znmuan7dhzilja

Can the Theory of Salutogenesis Offer a Framework to Enhance Policy Coherence during Policy Development and Implementation in Municipalities?

Ruca Maass, Monica Lillefjell
2022 Societies  
Next, we discuss how the concepts of comprehensibility, manageability and meaningfulness can be applied to describe challenges, and plan for coherent policies and processes vertically (between levels)  ...  and horizontally (between sectors).  ...  For example, comprehensibility is linked to consistent communication from above in matters that cannot be influenced easily, to enable individuals to "discover structure" and learn the rules of the game  ... 
doi:10.3390/soc12010024 fatcat:6pswavm2kbephindl6vdowb2ja

Understanding integrated care: a comprehensive conceptual framework based on the integrative functions of primary care

Pim P. Valentijn, Sanneke M. Schepman, Wilfrid Opheij, Marc A. Bruijnzeels
2013 International Journal of Integrated Care  
The framework was developed through an iterative process of: (1) a narrative literature review, and (2) group meetings and expert panels to synthesise the literature.  ...  The process of synthesizing the literature was iterative, to relate the concepts of primary care and integrated care. First, we identified the general principles of primary care and integrated care.  ...  The authors are grateful to ZonMw for funding this research.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.886 fatcat:5h6s2jkjxbdmxjstguuzp3yfja

Machine learning for multimodality genomic signal processing

Sun-Yuan Kung, Man-Wai Mak
2006 IEEE Signal Processing Magazine  
Revealing such information can help facilitate classification and prediction of cancers and responses to therapies.  ...  Machine learning has been a promising computational approach to genomic studies.  ...  Therefore, the boundaries are switched from horizontal to vertical around the crossover point.  ... 
doi:10.1109/msp.2006.1628886 fatcat:7mq7swcsfzbt7e4jrmldnikvce

A mechanism analysis of transverse weld cracks of marine thick steel plate

Haibo Wang
2015 Tehnički Vjesnik  
Original scientific paper In the welding process of jackets for offshore platform, transverse weld cracks occur frequently, even when welding techniques, welding materials and marine steel plates used  ...  To fully study the causes of transverse weld cracks of marine thick steel plate, this research uses instruments including metalloscope, scanning electron microscope (SEM), Energy Dispersive Spectrometer  ...  Shrinkage strains take place along longitudinal and horizontal direction of the weld line in the cooling process. The strains are perpendicular to the liquid film in the Austenite grain boundary.  ... 
doi:10.17559/tv-20150310112039 fatcat:rhtgauptuff77lg6ayu6437d3a

Constraints on semantic priming in reading: A fixation time analysis

Patrick Carroll, Maria L. Slowiaczek
1986 Memory & Cognition  
Fixation time on the target exemplar was the measure of processing difficulty. The category name facilitated processing for both high-and low-typicality exemplars.  ...  Furthermore, the results were consistent with direct control models of eye movements, which claim that fixation duration reflects the timing of processing related to the word currently under fixation.  ...  The goal of future research is to specify the full range of processes that are completed immediately and to discover the structural constraints that delay or inhibit others.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03202522 pmid:3796288 fatcat:shwqf6o44fepfjr2g3halnz7am


Rinie Schenck, Huma Louw
2014 Social Work/Maatskaplike Werk  
For instance, in training and education the terms used are "facilitators" and "learners" and in other contexts facilitation is more comprehensive than merely facilitating learning.  ...  the participants heard -To formulate -To listen -To conceptualise 3 "Please tell more…" "How did you discover this?"  ... 
doi:10.15270/44-4-229 fatcat:iyf525lhpjgxbhjyynx7fg3ucu

Cross-departmental collaboration in one-stop service center for smart governance in China: Factors, strategies and effectiveness

Xinping Liu, Lei Zheng
2015 Government Information Quarterly  
Cross-departmental collaboration is considered a critical means for government to solve complex public issues.  ...  Also, Yang et al. (2012) show that the boundaries from both vertical (hierarchical, geographic, development level, and personal boundaries) and horizontal level (processes, geographic, development level  ...  In order to foster horizontal collaboration, ASC developed an information system to facilitate information sharing among agencies.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.giq.2015.12.001 fatcat:hd2u7a7qvbfg7omd4zyy4fu7ga

Editorial: Searching for the Boundaries of Microbial Speciation in a Rapidly Evolving World

Eric Daniel Becraft, Andrés Moya
2021 Frontiers in Microbiology  
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors would like to thank the many microbiologists that have contributed to the study of microbial species and speciation.  ...  EB would like to personally thank David Ward and Fred Cohan for their influence and guidance.  ...  In contrast to eukaryotic organisms, horizontal gene transfer in microorganisms can make observing vertical lineages of descent difficult.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmicb.2021.808595 pmid:35003040 pmcid:PMC8733662 fatcat:d2whx3mj5fe7zfnleutsneo7xq


Benjamin Kommey, John Kwame Dunyo, Eric Tutu Tchao, Andrew Selasi Agbemenu
2021 Journal of research in engineering and applied sciences  
Edge detection is a fundamental process in image processing that extracts information about the image and facilitates image segmentation and feature extraction.  ...  This paper presents a comparative study of common edge detection operators in image processing using mean squared error (MSE), peak signal to noise ratio (PSNR), and Execution time (Et).  ...  Edge detection is a fundamental process in image processing that extracts information about the image and facilitates image segmentation and feature extraction.  ... 
doi:10.46565/jreas.2021.v06i04.001 fatcat:fs67m2gps5fcfejfyf3wpohllq

Effects of presentation complexity on rapid-sequential reading

Hsuan-Chih Chen, Alice F. Healy, Lyle E. Bourne
1985 Perception & Psychophysics  
Comprehensive was not affected by the horizontal or vertical presentation dimension, but the highlighting cue did improve comprehension.  ...  Comprehension was assessed using both multiple-choice questions and passage summarization. Lower comprehension was found in the three-segment displays relative to the onesegment display.  ...  , comprehension processes would be disrupted.  ... 
doi:10.3758/bf03207177 pmid:3831925 fatcat:o7omksxmwbhwvb3jj47aqezvym

Keyframe-based video mosaicing for historical Ottoman documents

2016 Turkish Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Sciences  
Both horizontal and vertical scan operations utilize a distance vector to compute similarity between two adjacent images.  ...  Then the scanning phase traces these keyframes in horizontal and vertical manner to create the final video mosaic image in higher resolution.  ...  The second phase is devoted to horizontal and vertical scan processes. Figure 1 shows the data flow during our historical video mosaicing process.  ... 
doi:10.3906/elk-1502-230 fatcat:bigosbtocbaexkwxkzlrtxhz2y
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