Tamkang University

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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Does Investor's Investment Rely On Their Confidence Or Trader? A Dyad Study In Futures Market

    This paper explains factors that influence trade volume, and re-examines the model of investor confidence with characteristics of traders. Moreover, this paper tests how trader demographic characteristics (age, education and job seniority) and personality (extraversion and conscientiousness) moderates the relationship between investor confidence and their trade volume (total volume of...

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  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    World Futures And The Global Financial Crisis: Narratives That Define And Scenarios That Create

    In this paper using causal layered analysis, the underlying stories of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) are explored. The seven narratives presented are the GFC as: a mortgage crisis, a global banking crisis, as part of the natural creative destruction cycle of the capitalist system, a geopolitical shift from the...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Fuzzy-Based Handover Decision Scheme for Next-Generation Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

    In the development of the wireless communication of the future, mobility management and existing heterogeneous wireless networks integration in next generation or 4G wireless networks are developing trend. Such an environment poses a significant challenge: how can one choose an appropriate Network Access Point (NAP) to achieve load balance and...

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    How Does CRM Create Better Customer Outcomes For Small Educational Institutions?

    This paper investigates the role of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) in the effective management of parent satisfaction and loyalty in small or medium-sized educational institutions. The authors developed and tested a two-level model in which the implementation of CRM was related to parent satisfaction and loyalty. A total of 600...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    A Local Recovery Routing Protocol With Clustering Coefficient

    Nodes in ad hoc networks communicate with other nodes via wireless multi-hop links. In on-demand routing protocol, nodes want to send data will provide route discovery to find routes. Route discovery is typically performed via flooding, which consumes a lot of control packets. Due to node mobility, the network topology...

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  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Providing Efficient Secured Mobile IPv6 by SAG and Robust Header Compression

    By providing ubiquitous Internet connectivity, wireless networks offer more convenient ways for users to surf the Internet. However, wireless networks encounter more technological challenges than wired networks, such as bandwidth, security problems, and handoff latency. Thus, this paper proposes new technologies to solve these problems. First, a Security Access Gateway...

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  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    On Centralized Scheduling and Channel Assignment Scheme for WiMAX Mesh Networks

    WiMAX provides a mechanism for creating Multihop mesh, which can be deployed as high speed wide-area wireless network. Because multiple-access interference is a major limiting factor for the WiMAX mesh network, Multi-channel transmission can eliminate the interference and improve the throughput of the network. The efficiency of Multi-channel transmission can...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    Dynamic Relationship Between Inflation And Financial Development

    An extensive literature in the field of economic development concludes that financial development not only has a significant growth-enhancing effect, but also an inequality-reducing effect. As argued, by alleviating informational asymmetries and transactions costs and disproportionally relaxing financial constraints of the poor, financial development encourages more productive investment in physical...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Are Credit Spreads Too Low Or Too High? - A Hybrid Barrier Option Approach

    Based on the works of Brockman and Turtle (2003) and Giesecke (2004), the authors proposed in this paper, a hybrid barrier option model with corporate capital gains tax which is free of problems within the structural model in explaining observed credit spreads. Their approach does not predict credit spreads that...

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  • White Papers // May 2008

    Are Credit Spreads Too Low Or Too High? - A Hybrid Barrier Option Approach

    Based on the works of Brockman and Turtle (2003) and Giesecke (2004), the authors proposed in this paper, a hybrid barrier option model with corporate capital gains tax which is free of problems within the structural model in explaining observed credit spreads. Their approach does not predict credit spreads that...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Apr 2011

    Fuzzy-Based Handover Decision Scheme for Next-Generation Heterogeneous Wireless Networks

    In the development of the wireless communication of the future, mobility management and existing heterogeneous wireless networks integration in next generation or 4G wireless networks are developing trend. Such an environment poses a significant challenge: how can one choose an appropriate Network Access Point (NAP) to achieve load balance and...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Sep 2009

    Providing Efficient Secured Mobile IPv6 by SAG and Robust Header Compression

    By providing ubiquitous Internet connectivity, wireless networks offer more convenient ways for users to surf the Internet. However, wireless networks encounter more technological challenges than wired networks, such as bandwidth, security problems, and handoff latency. Thus, this paper proposes new technologies to solve these problems. First, a Security Access Gateway...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    On Centralized Scheduling and Channel Assignment Scheme for WiMAX Mesh Networks

    WiMAX provides a mechanism for creating Multihop mesh, which can be deployed as high speed wide-area wireless network. Because multiple-access interference is a major limiting factor for the WiMAX mesh network, Multi-channel transmission can eliminate the interference and improve the throughput of the network. The efficiency of Multi-channel transmission can...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    How Does CRM Create Better Customer Outcomes For Small Educational Institutions?

    This paper investigates the role of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) in the effective management of parent satisfaction and loyalty in small or medium-sized educational institutions. The authors developed and tested a two-level model in which the implementation of CRM was related to parent satisfaction and loyalty. A total of 600...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Jun 2008

    Dynamic Relationship Between Inflation And Financial Development

    An extensive literature in the field of economic development concludes that financial development not only has a significant growth-enhancing effect, but also an inequality-reducing effect. As argued, by alleviating informational asymmetries and transactions costs and disproportionally relaxing financial constraints of the poor, financial development encourages more productive investment in physical...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    World Futures And The Global Financial Crisis: Narratives That Define And Scenarios That Create

    In this paper using causal layered analysis, the underlying stories of the Global Financial Crisis (GFC) are explored. The seven narratives presented are the GFC as: a mortgage crisis, a global banking crisis, as part of the natural creative destruction cycle of the capitalist system, a geopolitical shift from the...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Jun 2011

    Does Investor's Investment Rely On Their Confidence Or Trader? A Dyad Study In Futures Market

    This paper explains factors that influence trade volume, and re-examines the model of investor confidence with characteristics of traders. Moreover, this paper tests how trader demographic characteristics (age, education and job seniority) and personality (extraversion and conscientiousness) moderates the relationship between investor confidence and their trade volume (total volume of...

    Provided By Tamkang University

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    A Local Recovery Routing Protocol With Clustering Coefficient

    Nodes in ad hoc networks communicate with other nodes via wireless multi-hop links. In on-demand routing protocol, nodes want to send data will provide route discovery to find routes. Route discovery is typically performed via flooding, which consumes a lot of control packets. Due to node mobility, the network topology...

    Provided By Tamkang University