National Chengchi University

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  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Semantic Legal Policies for Data Exchange and Protection Across Super-Peer Domains in the Cloud

    In semantic policy infrastructure, a Trusted Legal Domain (TLD), designated as a Super-Peer Domain (SPD), is a legal cage model used to circumscribe the legal virtual boundary of data disclosure and usage in the cloud. Semantic legal policies in compliance with the law are enforced at the super-peer within an...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Shaping Proactivity for Firm Performance: Evaluating the Role of IT-Enabled Collaboration in Small and Medium Enterprises

    The emerging importance of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), has led to increasing interest in recent years about how to improve their performance. Therefore, to improve SMEs' performance, the authors define proactivity as an essential factor that enables a company to anticipate change, to have the desire to make a...

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  • White Papers // May 2011

    String Abstractions for String Verification

    Verifying string manipulating programs is a crucial problem in computer security. String operations are used extensively within web applications to manipulate user input, and their erroneous use is the most common cause of security vulnerabilities in web applications. Unfortunately, verifying string manipulating programs is an undecidable problem in general and...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Applications of Geometric Algorithms to Reduce Interference in Wireless Mesh Network

    In wireless mesh networks such as WLAN (IEEE 802.11s) or WMAN (IEEE 802.11), each node should help to relay packets of neighboring nodes toward gateway using multi-hop routing mechanisms. Wireless mesh networks usually intensively deploy mesh nodes to deal with the problem of dead spot communication. However, the higher density...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Indeterminacy And Investment Adjustment Costs In An Endogenously Growing Small Open Economy

    This paper analytically examines the interrelations between macroeconomic (in) stability and investment adjustment costs in a one-sector endogenously growing small-open-economy representative agent model. The authors show that under costly capital accumulation, the economy exhibits indeterminacy and sunspots if and only if the equilibrium wage-hours locus slopes upwards and is steeper...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Hop-by-Hop TCP for Sensor Networks

    Communication links in a sensor network are unstable such that running conventional TCP protocol over a high loss rate sensor networks will suffer from severe performance degradation. To handle a packet loss, conventional TCP retransmits the lost packet from its source. However, when error rate is high, it may have...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Agent-Oriented Public Key Infrastructure for Multi-Agent E-Service

    Agent is autonomous software that mediates e-service for human on the Internet. The acceptance of agent-mediated e-service (AMES) is very slow for the lacking of security management infrastructure for multi-agent system. Therefore authors proposed an agent-oriented public key infrastructure (APKI) for multi-agent e-service. In this APKI, taxonomy of digital certificates...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Information Asymmetry And Accounting Conservatism: Evidence From Taiwan

    Two important features of conservative accounting are asymmetric timeliness in recognition of accounting gains versus losses and systematic understatement of net assets, features which result from asymmetries in information and loss functions among the contracting parties, and the uninformed ones' inability to verify the information provided by the informed ones...

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  • White Papers // Apr 2007

    The Effects Of Legal Institutions And Bank Supervision Frameworks On The Earnings Management By Banks Around The World

    In this paper, the authors examine international differences in bank earnings management around the world. Following Leuz et al. (2003), they argue that bank earnings management is closely linked to private benefits of insiders. As a result, bank earnings management should be negatively related to institutional factors such as legal...

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  • White Papers // Mar 2007

    A Study of Planning and Implementation Stages in Electronic Commerce Adoption and Evaluation: The Case of Australian SMEs

    In this paper, the authors examine and explored the electronic commerce adoption and evaluation issues and practices of Australian SMEs during the planning and implementation stages. The results indicated that most SMEs failed to link their objectives for e-commerce adoption with their organizational goals as well as to involve users...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // Oct 2012

    Semantic Legal Policies for Data Exchange and Protection Across Super-Peer Domains in the Cloud

    In semantic policy infrastructure, a Trusted Legal Domain (TLD), designated as a Super-Peer Domain (SPD), is a legal cage model used to circumscribe the legal virtual boundary of data disclosure and usage in the cloud. Semantic legal policies in compliance with the law are enforced at the super-peer within an...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // Dec 2008

    Agent-Oriented Public Key Infrastructure for Multi-Agent E-Service

    Agent is autonomous software that mediates e-service for human on the Internet. The acceptance of agent-mediated e-service (AMES) is very slow for the lacking of security management infrastructure for multi-agent system. Therefore authors proposed an agent-oriented public key infrastructure (APKI) for multi-agent e-service. In this APKI, taxonomy of digital certificates...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // May 2008

    Information Asymmetry And Accounting Conservatism: Evidence From Taiwan

    Two important features of conservative accounting are asymmetric timeliness in recognition of accounting gains versus losses and systematic understatement of net assets, features which result from asymmetries in information and loss functions among the contracting parties, and the uninformed ones' inability to verify the information provided by the informed ones...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // Apr 2009

    Hop-by-Hop TCP for Sensor Networks

    Communication links in a sensor network are unstable such that running conventional TCP protocol over a high loss rate sensor networks will suffer from severe performance degradation. To handle a packet loss, conventional TCP retransmits the lost packet from its source. However, when error rate is high, it may have...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // Mar 2010

    Applications of Geometric Algorithms to Reduce Interference in Wireless Mesh Network

    In wireless mesh networks such as WLAN (IEEE 802.11s) or WMAN (IEEE 802.11), each node should help to relay packets of neighboring nodes toward gateway using multi-hop routing mechanisms. Wireless mesh networks usually intensively deploy mesh nodes to deal with the problem of dead spot communication. However, the higher density...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // Apr 2007

    The Effects Of Legal Institutions And Bank Supervision Frameworks On The Earnings Management By Banks Around The World

    In this paper, the authors examine international differences in bank earnings management around the world. Following Leuz et al. (2003), they argue that bank earnings management is closely linked to private benefits of insiders. As a result, bank earnings management should be negatively related to institutional factors such as legal...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // Nov 2009

    Indeterminacy And Investment Adjustment Costs In An Endogenously Growing Small Open Economy

    This paper analytically examines the interrelations between macroeconomic (in) stability and investment adjustment costs in a one-sector endogenously growing small-open-economy representative agent model. The authors show that under costly capital accumulation, the economy exhibits indeterminacy and sunspots if and only if the equilibrium wage-hours locus slopes upwards and is steeper...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // May 2011

    String Abstractions for String Verification

    Verifying string manipulating programs is a crucial problem in computer security. String operations are used extensively within web applications to manipulate user input, and their erroneous use is the most common cause of security vulnerabilities in web applications. Unfortunately, verifying string manipulating programs is an undecidable problem in general and...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Shaping Proactivity for Firm Performance: Evaluating the Role of IT-Enabled Collaboration in Small and Medium Enterprises

    The emerging importance of Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs), has led to increasing interest in recent years about how to improve their performance. Therefore, to improve SMEs' performance, the authors define proactivity as an essential factor that enables a company to anticipate change, to have the desire to make a...

    Provided By National Chengchi University

  • White Papers // Mar 2007

    A Study of Planning and Implementation Stages in Electronic Commerce Adoption and Evaluation: The Case of Australian SMEs

    In this paper, the authors examine and explored the electronic commerce adoption and evaluation issues and practices of Australian SMEs during the planning and implementation stages. The results indicated that most SMEs failed to link their objectives for e-commerce adoption with their organizational goals as well as to involve users...

    Provided By National Chengchi University