Partnerships and FlexibleNetworks
Alternatives or Complementary Models of
Over the past two decades, it has become clear to many U.S. labor and
management leaders that the traditional labor-management relations sys-
tem, in which collective bargaining stands alone or serves as the center-
piece, is no longer able to meet the needs of firms, employees, and their
unions. Consistent with the British case described by Beaumont and
Hunter in the previous chapter, a number of unions and
Networks of Place~ Gender, and Class in
Vietnamese Workers~ Resistance
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AI; Vietnam reintegrated into the world capitalist system after domestic market
reform in the late 1980s and the collapse of the Soviet bloc in the early 1990s, 1
it engaged the global capitalist economy and flexible subcontracting production
while maintaining a nominally socialist government. This reflects the state's com-
plex and contradictory relationship to capital and labor; rhetorically it shows
a commitment to uphold socialist ideals
Reaction of Na4TCM (1) (H4TCM = tetra[4-(carboxyphenyl)oxamethyl]methane) with [Cu(CHA)](ClO4)2 (2)(CHA = 1,3,6,8,11,14-hexaaz atricyclo[220.127.116.11.8,11] octadecane) in a DMF-water mixture yields [Cu(CHA)]2[TCM] (3). Structural analysis of [Cu(CHA)]2[TCM]·11H2O (3·11H2O) by single crystal X-ray diffraction reveals strong copper-oxygen bonds between two complex cations and the tetraanion leading to a 3D coordination network (zwitterionic structure), consolidated through additional NH...O=C hydrogen bonding within the cation/anion association. The resulting coordination geometry around a copper atom is a distorted square pyramidal with an oxygen atom of the anionic ligand in the apical position. A 3D supramolecular network is developed in the crystal based only on NH...OC hydrogen bonds between the macrocyclic metallic tecton and the carboxylate groups of neighboring 3D coordinated (zwitterionic) moieties. The pseudotetrahedral TCM4− tetraanionic ligand induces a diamondoid architecture formed of large distorted adamantanoid cages.
These days, universities and research institutes are very much
dependent on rapid data connections. SWITCH provides a sta-
ble and flexiblenetwork, built on its own dark fiber infrastruc-
ture. Over the past six years, SWITCH has succeeded in imple-
menting a redundant design and has acquired a great deal of
experience on this.
On 22 October 1987, “SWITCH – Swiss Academic and Re-
search Network” was established as a foundation by the Swiss
Confederation and eight university cantons (Basle City, Berne,
Fribourg, Geneva, Neuchâtel, St. Gallen, Vaud and Zurich
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technologies and support mechanisms will need to be in
place. Reconfigurability will provide the basic mechanisms and
a reconfiguration plane the signaling and support platform. Dy-
namic network planning and flexiblenetwork management will
facilitate and support network resource efficiency. Furthering the
mechanisms for flexible spectrum assignment will enhance usage
efficiency, and, finally, cognitive methods will support the deci-
sion making and reconfiguration processes.
This paper outlines E2R's research approaches towards dynam-
ic network planning and flexible
a global, open
and flexiblenetwork merging contents from a wide variety
of earth observing instruments and information systems
providing decision makers with a huge range of information.
Recently GEO obtained a mandate until 2025 to address
urgent global challenges, support sustainable development
and further build the GEOSS.
Besides the primal need to ensure provision of data, a
second challenge is to make different datasets interoperable.
This includes data of various scales, resolutions and origins.
Available data products are rarely easy to merge or
framework for flexiblenetworks of process models is
proposed based on the well-established pipeline concept.
It allowed the integration of multiple different surgical
process model types in one system. A prototypical frame-
work was implemented and tested with a network for a
neurosurgical use case.
Keywords: Surgical workflow, OR integration, workflow
management, surgical assistance, digital operating room
Surgical workflow management will make important
contributions to future digital operating rooms. It allows
the automation of tasks like
resistance increase and the heat evolution decreases strongly.
The tensile strength and the Shore hardness remain almost constant. There
is some decrease in the modulus M 2 o o only. These results show that,
according to 1121, the NAD addition in the first preparation stage leads to
the creation of vulcanizates with a more flexiblenetwork structure, having a
lower number of crosslinks but stronger long active bonds, in comparison to
the vulcanizate without NAD.
As mentioned earlier, NAD demonstrates a synergistic effect in a double
accelerating system with the