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For developing the control technique of air in the manned spacecraft cabin, the CO2 simulate control‐testing equipment is developed to study the CO2 removal equipment in…
For developing the control technique of air in the manned spacecraft cabin, the CO2 simulate control‐testing equipment is developed to study the CO2 removal equipment in the carbon air. The developing process is introduced in this paper. On the basis of overall design, the authors emphasize the study of the cabin interface design and draw a conclusion that disposing the entrance of the gas at the same side of the cabin content the gas intimate mixing. In the design of the flow meter, using the plastic rotor can solve the problem of flow meter pressure loss which is too much by using the glass rotor.
The purpose of this paper is to examine the important application value of extending the concept of classification rule, so that it can describe and measure the…
The purpose of this paper is to examine the important application value of extending the concept of classification rule, so that it can describe and measure the uncertainty of classification knowledge.
The rough concept lattice (RCL), which is an effective tool for uncertain data analysis and knowledge discovery, reflects a kind of unification of concept intent and upper/lower approximation extent, as well as the certain and uncertain relations between objects and attributes.
A classification rules extraction algorithm, extraction algorithm of classification rule (EACR), based on the RCL is presented by adapting the rough degree to measure uncertainty of classification rule. The algorithm EACR is experimentally validated by taking the star spectrum data as the decision context.
An efficient way for classification rule extraction is provided.
The algorithm EACR based on the RCL is presented by adapting the rough degree to measure uncertainty of classification rule.
Although the concept of branding has been considered extensively in products and services, branding in Chinese is a relatively emerging phenomenon. This paper aims to…
Although the concept of branding has been considered extensively in products and services, branding in Chinese is a relatively emerging phenomenon. This paper aims to present the enlivenment of branding in Chinese within the cross‐strait markets of Taiwan and Mainland China, which underlies various ideologies.
This study primarily reviews literatures of brand and brand name translation, defines the essentiality of brand naming, and outlines the branding strategies for entering cross‐strait markets. Furthermore, this study validates the using of substantially interpreted brands that support the authors' four developed propositions.
This study compares substantially interpreted brands in cross‐strait markets with a reference to commonly used translation methods. The results illustrate interesting ideologies among cross‐strait markets and can help managers achieve global brand recognition.
Since China and Taiwan share the same Chinese culture, the qualitative method proposed by the present authors is more applicable to practitioners who are eager to pursue branding in cross‐strait markets. Thus, the relevant techniques may not be applicable to people less familiar with Chinese culture.
The qualitative case study provides an advisable method for branding in Chinese. The results of this study can provide greater understanding of the various ideologies in cross‐strait markets, as well as help managers achieve global brand recognition.
The various ideologies from branding is complex, especially for those involved with linguistic essentials. Previous research has mainly focused on managerial‐based branding and customer‐based branding. This paper extends the interest into enlivening inspirations.
The purpose of this paper is to assess the relationship between some management features (management capability, management entrenchment, agency costs and overconfidence…
The purpose of this paper is to assess the relationship between some management features (management capability, management entrenchment, agency costs and overconfidence) and the innovation of companies listed on the Tehran Stock Exchange.
The study carried out during 2009–2015. A total of 125 companies were selected from eight industries as the sample of study using the method of systematic elimination. A descriptive-correlational design was used in this study and panel data regression models were employed for developing the relationship between research variables.
The obtained results indicated that managerial ability could foster innovation, while managerial entrenchment could stifle innovation and agency costs and overconfidence have no effect on innovation.
The current study is almost the first project which focuses on the management characteristics and firm innovation in developing countries.