Volume 2 Issue 2 - November 9, 2007
 
Articles Digest

Research Express@NCKU        Nov 9~ Nov 15, 2007


A Gestalt-like perceptual measure for home page design using a fuzzy entropy approach
Shih-Wen Hsiao

“Gestalt” is a German word concerning “form”, “shape”, or “whole configuration”. The Gestalt theory explains how we organize mental figure-like images and how we perceive images through various types of sensory input such as visual, auditory, and olfactory stimuli. ...

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Network-Aware P2P File Sharing over the Wireless Mobile Networks
Chung-Ming Huang

With the advance in the wireless mobile communication technology, characteristics of the wireless mobile environment, such as variable bandwidth connectivity, location dependency, and energy sensitivity, bring new challenges for research of P2P computing over the wireless mobile networking environment. ...

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Preparation and characterization of gold nanodumbbells
Yeong-Her Wang

Extensive and intensive investigation of gold nanoparticles in biology, nonlinear optical switching, the formation of a modified surfaces for surface-enhanced Raman scattering, immunoassay labeling, optical contrast agents and catalysis have revealed that the size or shape of the particles are strongly dependent on physical, ...

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Effects of Firm Resources on Growth in Multinationality
Chiung-Hui Tseng

The extent to which business activities span across national boundaries, namely multinationality, is a critical decision confronting firms during the current era of globalization. Centered on the ongoing debate of whether benefits from foreign operations outweigh costs, ...

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Two-Stage classification Methods for Microarray Data
Tzu-Tsung Wong

The features of a person are controlled by human genes. If the genes with significantly different expression levels for normal persons and the persons who have a certain disease can be identified, this information will be very useful for disease diagnosis and developing new medicines. ...

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