Craig Stacey

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Journal of Marketing Research Vol. XLI (May 2004), 166–183 *Harald J. van Heerde is Associate Professor of Marketing, Faculty of Economics and Business Administration, Tilburg University (e-mail: Carl F. Mela is Associate Professor of Marketing, Fuqua School of Business, Duke University (e-mail: Puneet Manchanda is Associate(More)
While configuration management systems are generally regarded as useful, their deployment process is not well understood or documented. In this paper, we present a case study in configuration management tool deployment. We describe the motivating factors and both the technical considerations and the social issues involved in this process. Our discussion(More)
The use of short lengths of large core phosphate glass fibre, doped with high concentrations of Er or Er:Yb represents an attractive route to achieving high power erbium doped fibre amplifiers (EDFAs) and lasers (EDFLs). With the aim of investigating the potential of achieving diffraction limited output from such large core fibres, we present experimental(More)
Mail administrators will inevitably face a situation where they will need to migrate their users from one server to another, not infrequently migrating to a different service altogether. In 2008, two divisions of Argonne National Laboratory found themselves needing to migrate their users from disparate divisional mail servers to a central, institutional(More)
We present a stand-alone beam focusing flat lens for use in the mid-infrared wavelength range. An aperture and second-order grating structure in a thin gold layer is used to excite and then scatter a propagating surface plasmon polariton (SPP) to constructively interfere in the far-field to produce a narrow beam. A rapidly tunable optical parametric(More)
We report the design, build, and test of a multispectral laser beam combining collimator with a spectral range in excess of three octaves. The device is based on a sapphire wedge prism, calcium fluoride, and sapphire collimating doublet lens and fiber optic inputs and is designed to operate from ultraviolet (355 nm) to mid-infrared (4075 nm) wavelengths.(More)
Our computing environment consists of hundreds of UNIX and NT-based computers. We have a coherent UNIX software installation model that scales comfortably to hundreds of machines. We have spent a great deal of time in the last year learning to understand the software installation and support mechanisms for a similarly large NT infrastructure. In this paper,(More)