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We present a framework for geometric warps and deformations. The framework provides a conceptual and mathematical foundation for analyzing known warps and for developing new warps, and serves as a common base for many warps and deformations. Our framework is composed of two components: a generic modular algorithm for warps and deformations; and a concise,(More)
T he recognition that better use of existing internal knowledge could enhance survival chances of organizations has spawned substantial interest in the transferability of routinized, experiential learning to additional settings within the organization. Previous research has established that trustworthiness of the source enhances such knowledge transfer.(More)
(a) Flat colors (b) Complex texture Figure 1: A frame of cel animation with the foreground character painted by (a) the conventional method, and (b) our system. Abstract We present a method for applying complex textures to hand-drawn characters in cel animation. The method correlates features in a simple, textured, 3-D model with features on a hand-drawn(More)
(a) Flat colors (b) Complex texture Figure 1: A frame of cel animation with the foreground character painted by (a) the conventional method, and (b) our system. Abstract We present a method for applying complex textures to hand-drawn characters in cel animation. The method correlates features in a simple, textured, 3-D model with features on a hand-drawn(More)
(including current and former managers, brokers and consortium directors) at Learning Lab Denmark for valuable help and discussions. We are also grateful for the feedback provided by ABSTRACT We use ethnographic data to explore the dynamic relationship between taking mundane action in organizational routines and creating an entrepreneurial organization(More)
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This paper arises out of our extended conversations on the philosophical, historical, theoretical and practice dimensions of replication, conducted during Baden-Fuller's visits to Winter at Wharton in 2003 and 2004. We acknowledge the valuable contributions of Henk Volberda, the co-author of an earlier, very different version of this paper(More)
Knowledge assets are fundamental sources of competitive advantage. Accordingly, the prosperity of firms is increasingly predicated by their ability to mobilize those assets so that they can be properly exploited. Yet, valuable knowledge assets are often complex, intangible, and tacit organizational attributes that are hard to mobilize. Thus, the reality of(More)