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Dynamic capabilities and strategic management
 Strategic Management Journal
, 1997
"... The dynamic capabilities framework analyzes the sources and methods of wealth creation and capture by private enterprise firms operating in environments of rapid technological change. The competitive advantage of firms is seen as resting on distinctive processes (ways of coordinating and combining), ..."
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and how a firm’s competitive advantage is eroded depends on the stability of market demand, and the ease of replicability (expanding internally) and imitatability (replication by competitors). If correct, the framework suggests that private wealth creation in regimes of rapid technological change depends
Extensions to System Wellposedness and Internal Stability
"... This paper presents certain generalisations to the classical concepts of wellposedness and internal stability. Input consistency and output uniqueness of the closedloop system in the standard control feedback configurations are discussed. Based on this, a number of notions are introduced such as fu ..."
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This paper presents certain generalisations to the classical concepts of wellposedness and internal stability. Input consistency and output uniqueness of the closedloop system in the standard control feedback configurations are discussed. Based on this, a number of notions are introduced
Preprint 02/2007 Optimal internal stabilization of the linear system of elasticity
, 2007
"... Optimal internal stabilization of the linear system of elasticity ..."
An information flow model for conflict and fission in small groups
 J. Anthropolog. Res
, 1977
"... Data from a voluntary association are used to construct a new formal model for a traditional anthropological problem, fission in small groups. The process leading to fission is viewed as an unequal flow of sentiments and information across the ties in a social network. This flow is unequal because i ..."
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it is uniquely constrained by the contextual range and sensitivity of each relationship in the network. The subsequent differential sharing of sentiments leads to the formation of subgroups with more internal stability than the group as a whole, and results in fission. The FordFulkerson labeling algorithm
and internal stability of SSP and extrapolation methods
, 2014
"... Propagation of internal errors in explicit Runge–Kutta methods ..."
Internal Stabilization of Coherent Control Systems
"... Wegive a necessary and sucient condition so that a system is internally stabilizable and we prove that any system de ned by a transfer matrix with entries in the eld of fractions K = Q(A)ofA is internally stabilizable if and only if A is a Prufer domain. Hence, if A is a Prufer domain w ..."
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which is not a Bezout domain, then there exist some internal stabilizable plants which have no doubly coprime factorizations. Moreover, we show that if the ring A is a Hermite ring, then it is possible to parametrize all the stabilizing controllers of an internally stabilizable plant by means
The Linear TimeBranching Time Spectrum II  The semantics of sequential systems with silent moves
, 1993
"... ion Rule (KFAR) (Baeten, Bergstra & Klop [3]), expresses a global fairness assumption. It says that when possible a system will escape from any cycle of internal actions. Some form of KFAR is crucial for many protocal verifications with unreliable channels, and for that reason preorders and equi ..."
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ion Rule (KFAR) (Baeten, Bergstra & Klop [3]), expresses a global fairness assumption. It says that when possible a system will escape from any cycle of internal actions. Some form of KFAR is crucial for many protocal verifications with unreliable channels, and for that reason preorders
An Algebraic Analysis Approach To Internal Stabilization
, 2002
"... Introduction to Feedback Stabilization Unstable plants Finitedimensional system: _ x(t) = x(t)+u(t); x(0) = 0 ) ^ x(s) = Delay system: > > > > < > > > > _ x(t) = x(t) + u(t); x(0) = 0; 0; 0 t 1; x(t 1); t 1; System of partial differential equations: &g ..."
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Introduction to Feedback Stabilization Unstable plants Finitedimensional system: _ x(t) = x(t)+u(t); x(0) = 0 ) ^ x(s) = Delay system: > > > > < > > > > _ x(t) = x(t) + u(t); x(0) = 0; 0; 0 t 1; x(t 1); t 1; System of partial differential equations
Microstructural analysis of sands with varying degrees of internal stability
, 2014
"... This is the published version of the paper. This version of the publication may differ from the final published version. Internal erosion involves the migration of particles through a geotechnical structure. Internal erosion poses a significant hazard to embankment dams and flood embankments. The f ..."
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internal stability criterion. The discreteelement method can provide significant useful data on soil microstructure, so a discreteelement method model is inherently ideal. This study therefore examines a number of real sand samples with varying degrees of internal stability at the particle scale using
Growth Is Good for the Poor
 Journal of Economic Growth
, 2000
"... Average incomes of the poorest fifth of society rise proportionately with average incomes. This is a consequence of the strong empirical regularity that the share of income accruing to the bottom quintile does not vary systematically with average income. In this paper we document this empirical regu ..."
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fifth of society. We find that several determinants of growth  such as good rule of law, openness to international trade, and developed financial markets  have little systematic effect on the share of income that accrues to the bottom quintile. Consequently these factors benefit the poorest fifth
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