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Optimal Software Development: A Control Theoretic Approach
We study the problem of optimally allocating effort between software construction and debugging. Expand
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Knowledge sharing and investment decisions in information security
We study the relationship between decisions made by two similar firms pertaining to knowledge sharing and investment in information security and show that the nature of information assets possessed by the two firms, either complementary or substitutable, plays a crucial role in influencing these decisions. Expand
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Optimal Enhancement and Lifetime of Software Systems: A Control Theoretic Analysis
We develop an optimal control model to maximize the net value provided by a software system over its useful life. Expand
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Incorporating Knowledge Building in Real Options Analysis of Technology Project Investment
  • Y. Ji
  • Business, Computer Science
  • ICIS
  • 2010
Real options theory has provided a useful framework for technology investment decision making. Expand
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Deciphering the Venomic Transcriptome of Killer-Wasp Vespa velutina
Wasp stings have been arising to be a severe public health problem in China in recent years. However, molecular information about lethal or toxic factors in wasp venom is extremely lacking. In thisExpand
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Managing the Versions of a Software Product Under Variable and Endogenous Demand
Software product versioning (i.e., upgrading the product after its initial release) is a widely adopted practice followed by leading software providers. Expand
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The JAK inhibitor AZD1480 regulates proliferation and immunity in Hodgkin lymphoma
Aberrant activation of the Janus kinase (JAK)/signal transducer and activator of transcription (STAT) pathway has been reported to promote proliferation and survival of Hodgkin and Reed–SternbergExpand
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Inhibition of Stat3 expression induces apoptosis and suppresses proliferation in human leukemia HL-60 cells
Abstract Acute myeloid leukemia (AML) is the most common myeloid leukemia. It is highly malignant, thus, most patients with AML will relapse and die after traditional treatment. Stat3, a member ofExpand
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Voltage-gated sodium channels involve in sensory information processing.
  • Y. Zhou, Y. Ji
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • CNS & neurological disorders drug targets
  • 31 December 1969
Action potential is a form of electric signaling responsibly for conducting neural firing in organisms. Voltage-gated sodium channels (VGSCs) are key molecules dedicating to the initiation andExpand
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Monetization on Mobile Platforms: Balancing in‐App Advertising and User Base Growth
Monetizing the growth of mobile platforms is increasingly important as more and more users adopt mobile platformssuch as the Google’s Android OS and the Apple’s iOS. In this study, we use aExpand
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