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-82. Bauer, T., Lelah, A., & Brissaud, D. (2015). Comparing Three Telecom Offers and PSS. Procedia CIRP, 30, 221-226. Bento, A. and Ferreira White, L. (2010). An exploratory study of strategic performance measurement systems. In Advances in Management Accounting (pp. 1-26). Emerald Group Publishing Limited. Bratianu, C. (2015). Developing strategic thinking in business education. Management Dynamics in the Knowledge Economy, 3(3), 409. Bratianu, C., & Bolisani, E. (2015, September). Knowledge strategy: An integrated approach for managing uncertainty. In European Conference

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The current study investigates the link between Intra Group Conflict (Task Conflict, Relationship Conflict) and Group Performance of the employees in the Telecom sector of Pakistan. Employees’ performances are improved by harmony, friendly environment and lack of conflict in an organization. To find out the practicality of these assertions, 200 questionnaires were distributed among employees of five main mobile telecom companies namely Telenor, Mobilink, Ufone, Zong and Warid at their head offices. 122 questionnaires were received back that resulted in 61% response rate. The paper addressed the extent of employees’ perception about Task Conflict and Relationship Conflict in their groups and also investigated that how these types of Intra-group conflict were linked to the overall performance of their groups. A theoretical model was developed to test these hypotheses. For the measurement of intra group conflict (Task conflict, relationship conflict) and group performance two valid and reliable instruments were used. Furthermore for analysis of these data Correlation and regression were used. The result of the study showed significant positive relationship between task conflict and group performance. However, negative association was found between relationship conflict and group performance. At the end, conclusion, limitations, and future research bearings are likewise highlighted.

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In order to promote the core competitive power in telecom operating enterprises that face market fine operations, this article compares ECTA mode (Extension Case Transmission Mode) and LCA mode (Loosen Couple Mode). By comparing LCA mode with ECTA mode, we can find out the conditions, in which these two modes are appropriate. Besides, we can keep the semantics of the public flow mode and do our best to modernize the workflow by improving the task complexity, information transparency and operating controllability of LCA mode through a positive feedback system and by improving ECTA mode through a Petri net system.

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Modeling tools and operators help the user / developer to identify the processing field on the top of the sequence and to send into the computing module only the data related to the requested result. The remaining data is not relevant and it will slow down the processing. The biggest challenge nowadays is to get high quality processing results with a reduced computing time and costs. To do so, we must review the processing sequence, by adding several modeling tools. The existing processing models do not take in consideration this aspect and focus on getting high calculation performances which will increase the computing time and costs. In this paper we provide a study of the main modeling tools for BigData and a new model based on pre-processing.

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Let G = (V, E) be a finite graph and r ≥ 1 be an integer. For vV, let Br(v) = {xV : d(v, x) ≤ r} be the ball of radius r centered at v. A set CV is an r-dominating code if for all vV, we have Br(v) ∩ C ≠ ∅; it is an r-locating-dominating code if for all vV, we have Br(v) ∩ C ≠ ∅, and for any two distinct non-codewords xV \ C, yV \ C, we have Br(x) ∩ CBr(y) ∩ C; it is an r-identifying code if for all vV, we have Br(v) ∩ C ≠ ∅, and for any two distinct vertices xV, yV, we have Br(x) ∩ CBr(y) ∩ C. We denote by γr(G) (respectively, ldr(G) and idr(G)) the smallest possible cardinality of an r-dominating code (respectively, an r-locating-dominating code and an r-identifying code). We study how small and how large the three differences idr(G)−ldr(G), idr(G)−γr(G) and ldr(G) − γr(G) can be.

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comprise this type of news work or genre. While global capitalism has spread in the Nordic region, it has also undergone transformation and adaptation that affects news making. In order to detect national variations in institutionalisation, the researcher decided to focus on news making related to two global telecom companies, Nokia and Ericsson in Finland and Sweden. These companies are viewed as two agents of global capitalism with some specific national features. Interviewees were chosen from the largest daily newspapers – Helsingin Sanomat , (2012 circulation: 337

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The transmission of safety applications in VANET is clearly the top concern. However, the non-safety applications, which improve the quality of experience, as well as the efficiency of the traffic, also need to be paid more attention. In VANET, the safety applications are transmitted in control channel interval and the non-safety applications can be transmitted only in service channel interval. In this paper, we propose a priority-based multichannel MAC to support the non-safety applications in service channel interval in Vehicle-to-Infrastructure communication with the presence of roadside unit. The novel MAC also allocates service channel according to the priority and divides the vehicles, which have the same required service channel, into four priority groups to enhance the EDCA mechanism. We use the mathematical model and the simulation for evaluating the performance under the influence of velocity with a different number of vehicles in the network.