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Evolutionary Application Service Providing (eASP). Ein Ansatz der Softwarebereitstellung

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ISBN: 9783937816227 Year: Pages: 295 DOI: 10.15460/HUP.11 Language: German
Publisher: Hamburg University Press
Subject: Computer Science
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This study deals with the provision of software and develops an approach to the analysis and design of software deployment contexts in which software is provided centrally for many. The provision of the web-based cooperation platform CommSy in two different constellations exemplifies the necessity of such a software supply approach for understanding and designing software supply contexts. The present work provides the foundation for the business model Application Service Providing and its extension to the software provisioning approach eASP (evolutionary Application Service Providing). The business model can thus be used for IT. Through eASP, the effects and services of software provision can be taken into account in the evolutionary and participatory software development and IT-supported organization design. eASP is not understood as a model of software provision, but as a pattern that helps to understand and design a concrete software provision.

Urban and Regional Technology Planning

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Book Series: Networked Cities Series ISBN: 9780203799437 9780415701402 9780415701419 9781135992347 9781135992330 9781135992293 Year: DOI: 10.4324/9780203799437 Language: English
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Subject: Geography --- Architecture
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Part of the popular Networked Cities series, Urban and Regional Technology Planning focuses on the practice of relational planning and the stimulation of local city-regional scale development planning in the context of the global knowledge economy and network society. Designed to offer scholars, practitioners, and decision makers studies on the ways of cities, technologies, and multiple forms of urban movement intersect and create the contemporary urban environment, Kenneth Corey and Mark Wilson explore the dynamics of technology-induced change that is taking place within the context of the global knowledge economy and network society. Examining first the knowledge economy itself, Wilson and Corey go on to discuss its implications before proposing ways to strategize for future intelligent development, with particular emphasis on the ALERT model for regional and local planning. An important read for those practicing or studying planning in this network society.

Broadband amplifiers for high data rates using InP/InGaAs double heterojunction bipolar transistors

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ISBN: 3866440219 Year: Pages: VI, 132 p. DOI: 10.5445/KSP/1000004373 Language: ENGLISH
Publisher: KIT Scientific Publishing
Subject: Technology (General)
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This work describes the development process of state-of-the-art electrical broadband amplifiers, which are suitable as modulator drivers in electrical time division multiplex (ETDM) systems, operating at 80 Gbit/s. The realization is successfully accomplished in three major development steps: optimization of the transistor geometry of InP-based Double Heterojunction Bipolar Transistors (DHBT), extraction of large- and small-signal models, and design and realization of lumped and distributed amplifiers.

The Immigrant Organising Process

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Book Series: IMISCoe Dissertations ISBN: 9789053568750 Year: Pages: 192 DOI: 10.5117/9789053568750 Language: Undetermined
Publisher: Amsterdam University Press
Subject: Science (General) --- History --- Migration
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This study focuses on the emergence and persistence of immigrant organisations in host societies. The relevance of immigrant organisations for both the host society and the immigrants themselves has been effectively demonstrated in many different studies. However, the question why immigrant organisations emerge and why they often persist over a long period is not adequately answered. In this study a comparative approach is used to reveal the structural determinants of the immigrant organising process. Different theoretical perspectives are combined (immigration model, social movement theory and the organisational ecology model). It is this combination of models, which has not yet been done by other scholars, which determines the value of this study and the contribution to a better understanding of the immigrant organising process. A comparative method is used, analysing Turkish organisations in Amsterdam and Berlin and Surinamese organisations in Amsterdam (1960-2000), to explain the way in which the three explanatory models can be combined in one coherent explanation.

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