University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Leadership And Your Career

    Like many top MBA programs, the authors do a great job of teaching leadership principles. But UNC Kenan-Flagler surpasses the others by shaping the students through a continual process of practice, feedback and reflection to prepare them for leadership roles.

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Home, Work And School Balance

    Most of the executive MBA students have partners and children at home. They will tell you that family support is critical. Contact the authors and they will arrange for you to talk with a student who has family responsibilities similar to yours. They will give you the straight scoop on...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Evening MBA Program Overview

    Perhaps one can't miss work on Fridays. Or overnight stays away from home are not an option. Still, anyone dream of earning an MBA from a top-tier school. If one live near Chapel Hill, the authors have the answer. UNC's Evening MBA is a part-time MBA program that will fit...

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  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Weekend MBA Program Overview

    Senior and middle managers from across the nation have commuted on alternate weekends to UNC to earn their MBA. As a Weekend MBA student, one will earn the same degree as graduates of UNC's traditional MBA Program. The curriculum is more concentrated than the traditional MBA. The authors engage the...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    A Stochastic Framework for Multiprocessor Soft Real-Time Scheduling

    Prior work has shown that the Global Earliest-Deadline-First (GEDF) scheduling algorithm ensures bounded deadline tardiness on multiprocessors with no utilization loss; therefore, GEDF may be a good candidate scheduling algorithm for soft real-time workloads. However, such workloads are often implemented assuming an average-case provisioning, and in prior tardiness-bound derivations for...

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Fast and Approximate Stream Mining of Quantiles and Frequencies Using Graphics Processors

    This paper presents algorithms for fast quantile and frequency estimation in large data streams using Graphics Processor Units (GPUs). The authors exploit the high computational power and memory bandwidth of graphics processors and present a novel sorting algorithm that performs rasterization operations on the GPUs. The authors use sorting as...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Empirical Evaluation of Techniques for Measuring Available Bandwidth

    The ability to measure end-to-end Available Bandwidth (AB) on a network path is useful in several domains, including overlay-routing infrastructure, network monitoring, and design of transport protocols. Several tools have, consequently, been proposed to estimate end-to-end AB. Unfortunately, existing evaluations of these tools are either not comprehensive or are biased...

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  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Transparency, Liquidity, And Valuation: International Evidence

    The authors examine the relation between transparency, stock market liquidity, and valuation for a global sample of firms. Following the prior literature, they argue that transaction costs will be higher and investors will be less willing to transact if they perceive significant issues with respect to transparency, particularly in international...

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Fast and Approximate Stream Mining of Quantiles and Frequencies Using Graphics Processors

    This paper presents algorithms for fast quantile and frequency estimation in large data streams using Graphics Processor Units (GPUs). The authors exploit the high computational power and memory bandwidth of graphics processors and present a novel sorting algorithm that performs rasterization operations on the GPUs. The authors use sorting as...

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    Empirical Evaluation of Techniques for Measuring Available Bandwidth

    The ability to measure end-to-end Available Bandwidth (AB) on a network path is useful in several domains, including overlay-routing infrastructure, network monitoring, and design of transport protocols. Several tools have, consequently, been proposed to estimate end-to-end AB. Unfortunately, existing evaluations of these tools are either not comprehensive or are biased...

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • White Papers // Jan 2009

    Transparency, Liquidity, And Valuation: International Evidence

    The authors examine the relation between transparency, stock market liquidity, and valuation for a global sample of firms. Following the prior literature, they argue that transaction costs will be higher and investors will be less willing to transact if they perceive significant issues with respect to transparency, particularly in international...

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Leadership And Your Career

    Like many top MBA programs, the authors do a great job of teaching leadership principles. But UNC Kenan-Flagler surpasses the others by shaping the students through a continual process of practice, feedback and reflection to prepare them for leadership roles.

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Home, Work And School Balance

    Most of the executive MBA students have partners and children at home. They will tell you that family support is critical. Contact the authors and they will arrange for you to talk with a student who has family responsibilities similar to yours. They will give you the straight scoop on...

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Evening MBA Program Overview

    Perhaps one can't miss work on Fridays. Or overnight stays away from home are not an option. Still, anyone dream of earning an MBA from a top-tier school. If one live near Chapel Hill, the authors have the answer. UNC's Evening MBA is a part-time MBA program that will fit...

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • Webcasts // Jan 2011

    Weekend MBA Program Overview

    Senior and middle managers from across the nation have commuted on alternate weekends to UNC to earn their MBA. As a Weekend MBA student, one will earn the same degree as graduates of UNC's traditional MBA Program. The curriculum is more concentrated than the traditional MBA. The authors engage the...

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  • White Papers // Jan 2010

    A Stochastic Framework for Multiprocessor Soft Real-Time Scheduling

    Prior work has shown that the Global Earliest-Deadline-First (GEDF) scheduling algorithm ensures bounded deadline tardiness on multiprocessors with no utilization loss; therefore, GEDF may be a good candidate scheduling algorithm for soft real-time workloads. However, such workloads are often implemented assuming an average-case provisioning, and in prior tardiness-bound derivations for...

    Provided By University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill