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High tech organizations confront dual demands of exploring new products/processes and exploiting existing products/processes. Research shows that ambidextrous organizations can better manage these dual demands, but our understanding of the antecedents that lead to ambidexterity is still emerging. In addition, previous research has taken a piecemeal approach(More)
Speaker recognition/verification systems require an extensive universal background model (UBM), which typically requires extensive resources, especially if new channel domains are considered. In this study we propose an effective and compu-tationally efficient algorithm for training the UBM for speaker verification. A novel method based on Euclidean(More)
The practice of configuring products to individual customer orders has found application in a variety of industry contexts, but little is known about the specific capabilities that firms develop to successfully compete when offering configurable products. Our research begins to fill this gap in the context of industrial equipment manufacturing. Drawing from(More)
We provide evidence supporting that protein-protein and protein-ligand docking poses are functions of protein shape and intrinsic dynamics. Over sets of 68 protein-protein complexes and 240 nonhomologous enzymes, we recognize common predispositions for binding sites to have minimal vibrations and angular momenta, while two interacting proteins orient so as(More)
1. Introduction Scholarly progress can be defined as the advancement or exchange of ideas (adapted from wordnet.princeton.edu). Scholarship involves the progressive creation and exchange of knowledge that cumulates over time. Much of our current knowledge has been developed from the Shoulders of Giants from the past (Merton, 1965). That is, ''science is by(More)
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