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This research examines government policies and urban transformation in China through a study of Hangzhou City, which is undergoing dramatic growth and restructuring. As the southern center of the Yangtze River Delta, an emerging global city region of China, Hangzhou has been restlessly searching for strategies to promote economic growth and survive the(More)
In ultra-dense heterogeneous cellular networks, with the density of low power base stations (BSs) increasing, the inter-cell interference (ICI) can be extremely strong when all BSs reuse the same time-frequency resources. In this paper, after proving that allocating orthogonal (frequency) sub-bands to adjacent cells can perform better on throughput than(More)
  • Ye Hua
  • 2010 International Conference on Intelligent…
  • 2010
This research is about the relationships between networks, learning, the ability of Multinational Corporations (MNCs)to exploit institutional opportunity, and MNCs’ post-entry mode change after initial entry. Specifically, Networks foster or constrain learning on policy change of ownership restrictions in China, leading to difference in the(More)
Aerial photographs arc important information sources for forest inventory. With the development of science and technology, an automated approach to aerial photograph interpretation has been sought. This paper introduces an experimental computer system for the auto-interpretation of aerial photographs. On thebasis of the experimental system, several(More)
In order to explore what motivates post-entry mode change of the MNC (Multinational Corporation) in China, this paper proposed a theoretical framework that has highlighted MNC flexibility influenced by learning ownership regulations through relationship networks. A company is embedded in a number of relationships with identifiable counterparts and this web(More)
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