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1. The act of combining (that is, by joining, uniting, or otherwise bringing into close association) separate entities.
2. The state of being so combined.
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As a logical extension of extant research, theorists have posited possible combinative effects of culture and social institutions on entrepreneurial activities and called for studies focusing on them (Hayton et ah, 2002).
However, it is these very combinative qualities that, in places such as Hettonbury and Romsworth, have led to (especially intergenerational) social tensions.
According to the viewpoints concluded in [11], multifractal usually consists of several monofractals and behaves intimately with the combinative way.
Subsequently, our work focuses on finding a solution to that combinative problem: What are the best settings which create an efficient genetic variant to solve the Traveling Salesman Problem?
1992), "Knowledge of the Firm, Combinative Capabilities, and the Replication of Technology", Organization Science, 3(3), 383-397.
There are two combinative forms of target profit and downside risk, namely a high target profit with any feasible downside risk and a lower target profit with higher downside risk.
paragraph] 13 A common problem with this combinative method is that most analysts rely on manuals to interpret the data, but these manuals do not always contain accurate spectra.
Kogut, Bruce & Udo Zander (1992), "Knowledge of the Firm, Combinative Capabili ties, and the Repli-cation of Technology", Organization Science, 3 (3) (August): 383-97.
Knowledge of the firm, combinative capacities and the replication of technology.
7) Bruce Kogut and Udo Zander "Knowledge of the Firm, Combinative Capabilities, and the Replication of Technology," Organization Science 3 (Aug.