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  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Interactive Ant Colony Optimization (iACO) for Early Lifecycle Software Design

    Software design is crucial to successful software development, yet is a demanding multi-objective problem for software engineers. In an attempt to assist the software designer, interactive (i.e. human in-the-loop) meta-heuristic search techniques such as evolutionary computing have been applied and show promising results. Recent investigations have also shown that Ant...

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  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Database Semantic Interoperability Based on Information Flow Theory and Formal Concept Analysis

    As databases become widely used, there is a growing need to translate information between multiple databases. Semantic interoperability and integration has been a long standing challenge for the database community and has now become a prominent area of database research. In this paper, the authors aim to answer the question...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Recent Developments In Monetary Policy

    In the fifteen years leading up to the financial crisis in 2008, there emerged a great deal of agreement on the optimal design of monetary policy. This policy 'Consensus' was accompanied also by a widely-shared view of how macroeconomies worked as the 'Keynesian' versus 'monetarist' debates slipped into the past....

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  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    The Effects Of Privatisation And FDI On Economic Growth In Argentina

    This paper uses time-series model to estimate the effects of privatization and FDI on economic growth in Argentina over the period 1971-2000. Unit root tests and Co-integration tests are used to ensure that all variables used are stationary and that there exists a long run relationship among the variables. An...

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  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Managing Cultural Difference And Struggle In The Context Of The Multinational Corporate Workplace: Solution Or Symptom?

    The aim of this paper is to show the critical relevance of post-structuralism political theory to cross-cultural management studies. By emphasizing the key role that questions of identity, difference, and struggle play in the multinational corporate context, one argue for a shift in to the understandings away from essentialist conceptions...

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  • White Papers // Nov 2012

    Interactive Ant Colony Optimization (iACO) for Early Lifecycle Software Design

    Software design is crucial to successful software development, yet is a demanding multi-objective problem for software engineers. In an attempt to assist the software designer, interactive (i.e. human in-the-loop) meta-heuristic search techniques such as evolutionary computing have been applied and show promising results. Recent investigations have also shown that Ant...

    Provided By University of the West of England

  • White Papers // Dec 2009

    Managing Cultural Difference And Struggle In The Context Of The Multinational Corporate Workplace: Solution Or Symptom?

    The aim of this paper is to show the critical relevance of post-structuralism political theory to cross-cultural management studies. By emphasizing the key role that questions of identity, difference, and struggle play in the multinational corporate context, one argue for a shift in to the understandings away from essentialist conceptions...

    Provided By University of the West of England

  • White Papers // Oct 2010

    The Effects Of Privatisation And FDI On Economic Growth In Argentina

    This paper uses time-series model to estimate the effects of privatization and FDI on economic growth in Argentina over the period 1971-2000. Unit root tests and Co-integration tests are used to ensure that all variables used are stationary and that there exists a long run relationship among the variables. An...

    Provided By University of the West of England

  • White Papers // Dec 2010

    Recent Developments In Monetary Policy

    In the fifteen years leading up to the financial crisis in 2008, there emerged a great deal of agreement on the optimal design of monetary policy. This policy 'Consensus' was accompanied also by a widely-shared view of how macroeconomies worked as the 'Keynesian' versus 'monetarist' debates slipped into the past....

    Provided By University of the West of England

  • White Papers // Jul 2012

    Database Semantic Interoperability Based on Information Flow Theory and Formal Concept Analysis

    As databases become widely used, there is a growing need to translate information between multiple databases. Semantic interoperability and integration has been a long standing challenge for the database community and has now become a prominent area of database research. In this paper, the authors aim to answer the question...

    Provided By University of the West of England