American University of Sharjah

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  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Conceptualizing the Dynamic Strategic Alignment Competency

    The authors build on the Dynamic Capabilities Framework and suggest that an organization's ability to achieve a high degree of alignment between its IT strategy and its business strategy is an enduring competency that is a source of competitive advantage. They couple this theoretical understanding of how strategic alignment provides...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Subquery Allocations in Distributed Databases Using Genetic Algorithms

    Minimization of query execution time is an important performance objective in distributed databases design. While total time is to be minimized for On Line Transaction Processing (OLTP) type queries, response time has to be minimized in Decision Support type queries. Thus different allocations of subqueries to sites and their execution...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Role Of Foreign Direct Investment In Estimating Capital Mobility: A Reappraisal Of Feldstein-Horioka Puzzle

    Since investment by non-residents is not subject to inter-temporal budget constraint of the recipient country, it may not belong to Feldstein-Horioka equation. This paper finds that capital mobility is remarkably high in both developed as well as developing countries when foreign direct investment is excluded from domestic investment. Thus, such...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Design, Implementation and Testing of Mobile Agent Protection Mechanism for MANETS

    In this paper, the authors present an operation framework and protection mechanism to facilitate secure environment to protect mobile agents against tampering. The system depends on the presence of an authentication authority. The advantage of the proposed system is that security measures is an integral part of the design, thus...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Authenticated Mobile Device Proxy Service

    In the current study the authors present a system that is capable to deliver proxy based differentiated service. It will help the carrier service node to sell a prepaid service to clients and limit the use to a particular mobile device or devices for a certain time. The system includes...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Conceptualizing the Dynamic Strategic Alignment Competency

    The authors build on the Dynamic Capabilities Framework and suggest that an organization's ability to achieve a high degree of alignment between its IT strategy and its business strategy is an enduring competency that is a source of competitive advantage. They couple this theoretical understanding of how strategic alignment provides...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Design, Implementation and Testing of Mobile Agent Protection Mechanism for MANETS

    In this paper, the authors present an operation framework and protection mechanism to facilitate secure environment to protect mobile agents against tampering. The system depends on the presence of an authentication authority. The advantage of the proposed system is that security measures is an integral part of the design, thus...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah

  • White Papers // Jun 2009

    Authenticated Mobile Device Proxy Service

    In the current study the authors present a system that is capable to deliver proxy based differentiated service. It will help the carrier service node to sell a prepaid service to clients and limit the use to a particular mobile device or devices for a certain time. The system includes...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Role Of Foreign Direct Investment In Estimating Capital Mobility: A Reappraisal Of Feldstein-Horioka Puzzle

    Since investment by non-residents is not subject to inter-temporal budget constraint of the recipient country, it may not belong to Feldstein-Horioka equation. This paper finds that capital mobility is remarkably high in both developed as well as developing countries when foreign direct investment is excluded from domestic investment. Thus, such...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    Subquery Allocations in Distributed Databases Using Genetic Algorithms

    Minimization of query execution time is an important performance objective in distributed databases design. While total time is to be minimized for On Line Transaction Processing (OLTP) type queries, response time has to be minimized in Decision Support type queries. Thus different allocations of subqueries to sites and their execution...

    Provided By American University of Sharjah