Paul Hughes

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  • Conrad C Crane, W Andrew Terrill, Andrew Terrill, George Oliver, Stephen Kidder, Tom Mcshane +15 others
  • 2003
NOTICES The views expressed in this report are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of the Department of the Army, the Department of Defense, or the U.S. Government. This report is cleared for public release; distribution is unlimited. The Strategic Studies Institute publishes a monthly e-mail newsletter to(More)
— AFL football is a team sport that entertains millions and contributes a huge amount of money to the Australian economy. Scheduling games in the AFL is difficult, as a number of different, often conflicting, factors must be considered. In this paper, we propose the use of a multi-objective evolutionary algorithm for determining such a schedule. We detail(More)
As of the present time, 14 U.S. states have formally adopted limits on greenhouse gases (GHGs) per mile of light-duty automobiles. Previous analyses predict that these limits will yield significant reductions in GHGs. However, these studies do not consider critical factors that can imply different results. First, because of the interaction between these(More)
On this 35th anniversary of the enact­ ment of Medicaid, it is important to reflect on the program's role in the U.S. health care system. The Medicaid program is the third largest source of health insurance in the United States—after employer-based coverage and Medicare. The significance of Medicaid's role in providing health insur­ ance cannot be(More)
The concept of dynamic capabilities (DCs) is receiving significant attention from scholars in strategy and organisational research. However, most of the research is conceptual. In this empirical paper, the process of how DCs are created in two organisations is examined using the grounded theory methodology with the aim of developing a substantive theory of(More)
  • Jasper A Schelling, Jasper Schelling, Peter Post, Manfred Kraft, Dennis, Judith Carolina +17 others
  • 2007
Short description: Resarch into the posibilities of visually representing social networks on social networking websites and the effects on the experience of friendship in social net working websites. Lennon & McCartney said it best: 'I get by with a little help from my friends' In no particular order: And last, but certainly not least, my fellow C&MD(More)
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