University of Hertfordshire

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  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Application of Biometric Algorithms to MPEG-7

    MPEG-7 specification introduces a new way of describing audio-visual content by the creation of descriptors which provide significant information about not only the content, but also the behavior of the multimedia information. In this paper, the authors conducted a research about the applicability of available face recognition techniques to be...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Conflict Over Entrepreneurial, Intrapreneurial Sensemaking Of Business Model Change Initiatives

    This paper explores the often very difficult task of changing business mindsets of the dominant business entrepreneur. Often, these changes are being driven by the dramatic increase in ambiguity and uncertainty in the enterprises' current marketplace, forcing them to seek help from business advisors, or taking up opportunities to work...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    ACCORDANCE: A Novel OFDMA-PON Paradigm for Ultra- High Capacity Converged Wireline-Wireless Access Networks

    This paper presents ACCORDANCE, a novel ultra-high capacity extended reach optical access network architecture based on OFDMA technology/protocols, implemented through the proper mix of state-of-the-art photonics and electronics. Such architecture is not only intended to offer improved performance compared to evolving TDMA-PON solutions but also provide the opportunity for convergence...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Making Sense Of e-HRM: Technological Frames, Value Creation And Competitive Advantage

    A wide range of Human Resources (HR) processes and information can now be managed and devolved to line managers and employees using e-HRM ('electronic Human Resource Management'). E-HRM has been defined as "An umbrella term covering all possible integration mechanisms and contents between HRM and information technologies, aiming at creating...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Computational Understanding and Manipulation of Symmetries

    Symmetry structure in natural and artificial systems such as crystallography, chemistry, physics, and permutation puzzles, et cetera, can facilitate understanding and manipulation of these systems, as is well-known in the mathematical sciences and from the algebraic theory of groups (the latter now with about two centuries of continuous development). However,...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Integrated Wireless Optical Networking

    The interoperability of wireless and PON topologies is investigated to reduce deployment expenditure by means of centralised network management while providing ubiquitous access connections and mobility. In addition, the application of extended wavelength band overlay has been proposed to enhance scalability in the converged platform with the slightest modification in...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Digital Printing Networks: A Case Of Best Practice In Sustainable Marketing Communications

    This paper reports on the findings of a collaborative project involving a UK University and a UK marketing agency. The purpose of the paper is to highlight the importance of the issue of sustainability of marketing communication activities and the need to adopt best practices to limit the environmental impact...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Integrated Wireless Optical Networking

    The interoperability of wireless and PON topologies is investigated to reduce deployment expenditure by means of centralised network management while providing ubiquitous access connections and mobility. In addition, the application of extended wavelength band overlay has been proposed to enhance scalability in the converged platform with the slightest modification in...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Making Sense Of e-HRM: Technological Frames, Value Creation And Competitive Advantage

    A wide range of Human Resources (HR) processes and information can now be managed and devolved to line managers and employees using e-HRM ('electronic Human Resource Management'). E-HRM has been defined as "An umbrella term covering all possible integration mechanisms and contents between HRM and information technologies, aiming at creating...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Aug 2009

    Computational Understanding and Manipulation of Symmetries

    Symmetry structure in natural and artificial systems such as crystallography, chemistry, physics, and permutation puzzles, et cetera, can facilitate understanding and manipulation of these systems, as is well-known in the mathematical sciences and from the algebraic theory of groups (the latter now with about two centuries of continuous development). However,...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Aug 2008

    Digital Printing Networks: A Case Of Best Practice In Sustainable Marketing Communications

    This paper reports on the findings of a collaborative project involving a UK University and a UK marketing agency. The purpose of the paper is to highlight the importance of the issue of sustainability of marketing communication activities and the need to adopt best practices to limit the environmental impact...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Aug 2010

    Conflict Over Entrepreneurial, Intrapreneurial Sensemaking Of Business Model Change Initiatives

    This paper explores the often very difficult task of changing business mindsets of the dominant business entrepreneur. Often, these changes are being driven by the dramatic increase in ambiguity and uncertainty in the enterprises' current marketplace, forcing them to seek help from business advisors, or taking up opportunities to work...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Apr 2010

    ACCORDANCE: A Novel OFDMA-PON Paradigm for Ultra- High Capacity Converged Wireline-Wireless Access Networks

    This paper presents ACCORDANCE, a novel ultra-high capacity extended reach optical access network architecture based on OFDMA technology/protocols, implemented through the proper mix of state-of-the-art photonics and electronics. Such architecture is not only intended to offer improved performance compared to evolving TDMA-PON solutions but also provide the opportunity for convergence...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire

  • White Papers // Jul 2011

    Application of Biometric Algorithms to MPEG-7

    MPEG-7 specification introduces a new way of describing audio-visual content by the creation of descriptors which provide significant information about not only the content, but also the behavior of the multimedia information. In this paper, the authors conducted a research about the applicability of available face recognition techniques to be...

    Provided By University of Hertfordshire