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Healthcare problems of the 21st Century shall require effective therapies for emerging infectious diseases. Understanding why some infectious agents and parasites can co-exist or reside within the human host may offer ...
WiFi Meet FuFi: Research Topics in SCM and DSS
Disruptive innovation catalysed by energy (carbon footprint) may reshape supply chain and logistics. The continents of Europe, Asia and Africa may evolve as a connected value network through railroad logistics.
Auto ID Paradigm Shifts from Internet of Things to Unique Identification of Decisions in System of Systems
Return on investment (ROI) from radio frequency (RF) based tools of identification may increase with the diffusion of frequency agnostic modes of radio frequency identification (RFID), such as, ultrawideband (UWB). Similarly, ...
A Portfolio Approach for Purchasing Systems: Impact of Switching Point
In operations management different ordering policies, such as, economic order quantity, lot for lot and periodic ordering, are used in various combinations without deeper considerations for the likely consequences on cash ...
Negative and Positive Transcriptional Regulation by Thyroid Hormone Receptor Isoforms
(The Endocrine Society (USA), 1990)
Negative and positive regulations by multiple forms of thyroid hormone receptors.
Biofuel Sources and Demand: Rough Comparison between India and China
Staggering numbers of demand vs supply
Transcription, Metabolomics and Wireless Nano-Sensor Networks
Identifying molecular targets for infectious and other diseases
Bio-Inspired Energy Dynamics
Energy policies based on empirical assumptions without a foundation in granular real-time data may be limited in scope. It may sputter ineffectively in its role as the engine of energy economics. For energy efficiency and ...
GARCH Proof of Concept
Forecasting is an underestimated field of research in supply chain management. Recently advanced methods are coming into use. Initial results presented in this chapter are encouraging, but may require changes in policies ...
Elusive Quest for Interoperability
(World Customs Organization (WCO-OMD), Brussels, Belgium, 2006)
Interoperability between systems and adequate operational transparency may help stem some of the frustration of businesses dealing with customs. On the other hand, customs must remain vigilant to ensure security through ...