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Author Hahn\noopsort2001, H.K.; Deimling, M.; Lentschig, M.G.; Terwey, B.; Peitgen, H.O. openurl 
  Title Ultrafast MRI-based Volumetry of Intracranial Liquor Spaces Type Journal Article
  Year 2001 Publication ni Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 13 Issue 6, part 2 Pages 140  
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  Notes Proc.\ HBMâ-Organization for Human Brain Mapping Approved no  
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Author Hahn\noopsort2001, H.K. openurl 
  Title A Computer System and Method for Segmentation of a Digital Image Type Book Whole
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Author Klepper, S.; Simons, K.L. doi  openurl
  Title Industry Shakeouts and Technological Change Type Journal Article
  Year 2005 Publication International Journal of Industrial Organization Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume 23 Issue 1-2 Pages 23-43  
  Keywords Production, Pricing, and Market Structure, Size Distribution of Firms (Concentration, Product Differentiation, Entry and Exit) (L110); Market Structure, Firm Strategy, and Market Performance: Oligopoly and Other Imperfect Markets, monopolistic competition, contestable markets (L130); Automobiles, Other Transportation Equipment (L620); Chemicals, Rubber, Drugs, Biotechnology (L650); Appliances, Other Consumer Durables (L680); Innovation and Invention: Processes and Incentives (O310); U.S.; Automobile; Entry; Exit; Innovation; Tire  
  Abstract We analyze the evolution of four new products that experienced an initial rise and then extreme shakeout in their number of manufacturers: automobiles, tires, televisions, and penicillin. Data on entry, exit, and innovation are collected for each product to test theories of industry shakeouts. Hazard analyses indicate that earlier entrants had persistently lower hazards during the shakeouts, which was related to their greater rates of innovation. Our findings suggest shakeouts are not triggered by particular technological or other events but are part of a competitive process in which the most able early entrants achieve dominant market positions through innovation.  
  Address Carnegie Mellon U; Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute  
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Author Murmann, J.P. isbn  openurl
  Title Knowledge and competitive advantage: The coevolution of firms, technology, and national institutions Type Book Chapter
  Year 2003 Publication Cambridge Studies in the Emergence of Global Enterprise Abbreviated Journal  
  Volume Issue Pages 294  
  Keywords Technological Change, Research and Development: General (O300); Chemicals, Rubber, Drugs, Biotechnology (L650); Economic History: Manufacturing and Construction (includes Housing): General, International, or Comparative (multinational firms) (N600); Micro-Business History: General, International, or Comparative (N800); Technology  
  Abstract Seeks an explanation for shifting industrial leadership during the early years of the synthetic dye industry, from 1856 to 1914, and contributes to a coevolutionary theory that models firms as interacting with their social environment. Analyzes the industrial leadership in the synthetic dye industry at the level of national industries to explain why British, German, and U.S. industries followed very different development paths. Uses the sampling methods of organizational ecologists to examine the entire population of dye firms that existed from 1857 to 1914--large firms and small firms, short-lived and long-lived, failures and successes. Analyzes industrial leadership at the level of the individual firms, focusing on matched pairs of firms--a winner and a loser from Great Britain, Germany, and the United States. Investigates the extent to which firms were collectively able to influence key institutional features of their national environment and why German firms were more successful than British and American firms in their lobbying efforts to upgrade educational institutions and to change patent laws in their favor. Assesses the ability of existing theories to account for shifts in industrial leadership in the synthetic dye industry and develops a coevolutionary model to explain these shifts. Murmann is Assistant Professor of Management and Organizations at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. Bibliography; index.  
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Author Kim, K.-Y. openurl 
  Title Assembly Operation Tools for e-Product Design and Realization Type Book Whole
  Year 2003 Publication Abbreviated Journal  
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  Abstract True competitive advantage can only result from the ability to bring highly customized quality products to the market at lower cost and in less time. Many customers are demanding customization and rapid delivery of innovative products. Industries now realize that the best way to reduce life cycle costs is to evolve a more effective product development paradigm using the Internet and web-based technologies. Yet there remains a gap between these market demands and current product development paradigms. Assembly plays a very important role in manufacturing industries, given that joints on a structure are inevitable because of the limitations on component geometric configurations and material properties along with various engineering requirements. Appropriate joints should be determined by considering mechanical and mathematical implications and assembly/joining knowledge. Currently, the effects of joining are analyzed upon completion of assembly modeling. This sequential process is arduous and time-consuming and is eliminated with the tools developed in this work. The existing CAD systems require that a product developer possess all the design and analysis tools in-house making it impractical to employ all the needed and newest tools. Existing assembly design methodologies have limitations on capturing the non-geometric aspects of a designers intent and the physical effects of joining in an Internet-based product development environment. In this work, new assembly design (AsD) frameworks and assembly operation tools (AOT) are developed to integrate AsD, virtual analysis, and decision making for e-product design and realization. The AOT include the assembly design (AsD), assembly implication (AsI), and assembly advisory (AsA) engines. The AsD formalism, which is the base of the AsD engine, represents the assembly/joining relations symbolically for computer interpretation, and the automatically generated AsD model is used for inferring mathematical/physical implications, as well as lean AsD information exchange. A new virtual assembly analysis concept is introduced to transparently predict the various effects of joining and is implemented in a service-oriented architecture. The AsA engine employs hierarchical semantic net to support an AsD decision by capturing AsD information and assembly/manufacturing knowledge. The concepts and AOT are validated using a case study of realistic mechanical assemblies.  
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