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In this paper we present a theoretical framework that focuses on examining the implications of the process characteristics of complexity and knowledge intensity on the media quality of communication. Communication quality is defined along the dimensions of interactiveness, richness, and precision. Using this three-dimensional construct of communication(More)
Scalability has been identified in the information systems literature as one of the most prominent risk factors for discontinuity. In this study we performed experiments on a series of simulated network models to quantitatively evaluate the effectiveness of three infrastructural methods for improving system scalability. Furthermore, we studied the relative(More)
This study presents a practical framework for modeling community-level vulnerability to the methamphetamine epidemic. The study used 2003-2005 county-level methamphetamine laboratory seizure data and community characteristics as risk factors to develop a neural network model of the vulnerability to methamphetamine manufacture for each county in the United(More)
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