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Miscellaneous papers in Social Sciences, K

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  1. We develop the theory of the -core (bootstrap) percolation on uncorrelated random networks with arbitrary degree distributions. We show that the -core percolation is an unusual, hybrid phase transition with a jump emergence of the k-core as at a…
  2. Purpose - Seeks to provide practitioners of management with a sense of the importance of strategically leveraging social responsibility in that it provides a sustainable competitive advantage and requires a culture that can successfully execute a…
  3. —For estimating the entropy of an absolutely continuous multivariate distribution, we propose nonparametric estimators based on the Euclidean distances between the n sample points and their kn-nearest neighbors, where {kn : n =1, 2,...} is a…
  4. The research literature on online learning has grown significantly in the past decade. Many studies have been published that examine the extent, nature, policies, learning outcomes, and other issues associated with online instruction. While much of…
  5. A survey instrument was developed and administered to 1,222 K-12 mathematics and science teachers to measure their beliefs about and use of inquiry in the classroom. Four variables (grade level taught, content area taught, level of support received,…
  6. To protect individual privacy in data mining, when a miner collects data from respondents, the respondents should remain anonymous. The existing technique of Anonymity-Preserving Data Collection partially solves this problem, but it assumes that the…
  7. This article summarizes the principles of radiometric dating which are relevant to potassium–argon and argon–argon dating, and then considers these two forms of dating in more detail focusing on their strengths and weaknesses as dating methods.
  8. We analytically describe the architecture of randomly damaged uncorrelated networks as a set of successively enclosed substructures--k-cores. The k-core is the largest subgraph where vertices have at least k interconnections. We find the structure…
  9. In this poster, we present an authoring tool for mixed reality (MR) contents, called k-MART. The tool is comprehensive to accommodate many different types of mixed reality applications and platforms, being able to mix and match different types of…
  10. K-means is the most famous clustering algorithm. In this tutorial we review just what it is that clustering is trying to achieve, and we show the detailed reason that the k-means approach is cleverly optimizing something very meaningful. Oh yes, and…
  11. Spatial neighbouring relation is a very important concept in spatial information science. It has even been regarded as the base of spatial information system. Neighouring information is indispensable for many operations in spatial information…
  12. Two k-sample versions of an Anderson-Darling rank statistic are proposed for testing the homogeneity of samples. Their asymptotic null distributions are derived for the continuous as well as the discrete case. In the continuous case the asymptotic…
  13. Im Mittelpunkt der Untersuchung des Uhrenclusters in Glashütte steht die Frage, welche firmen- und clusterspezifischen Wettbewerbsvorteile die im Cluster angesiedelten Hersteller feinmechanischer Uhren generieren können. Clustern werden dazu als…
  14. Though adjustable autonomy is hardly a new topic in agent systems, there has been a general lack of consensus on terminology and basic concepts. In this paper, we describe the multi-dimensional nature of adjustable autonomy and give examples of how…
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