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  • Sthanumoorthy, R. (Economic & Political Weekly, 2008-10-04)
    Food prices are supposed to bedriving the current inflationaryspiral. The analysis here showsthat it is "food products" and not "primary food articles" which aremainly responsible for the surge ininflation. Among food ...
  • Nair, Satish K.; Chawla, Vijay (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2008-04-05)
    The case seeks to address issues in brand management with a specific focus on rural marketing and covers the concepts of brand elements, brand extentions, brand positioning strategies, corporates/umbrella branding versus ...
  • Mathews, Geevarghese K.; Manalel, James; Zacharias, Siby (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2007-04-10)
    The Network Marketing, first popularized by Amway, in 1950s in USA is gaining momentum in India. The total turnover of network marketing companies in India was estimated at Rs 301,044 crores in 2005 with an annual growth ...
  • Dash, P.K.*; Nanda, P.K.*; Swain, Anjan Kumar; Khincha, H.P.* (IETE, 1994-06)
    This paper proposes an alternative method for extraction of narrow band signal contaminated with varying white noise power. A three layred feedforward network with one hidden layer is suggested in this paper. The internal ...
  • Swain, Anjan Kumar; Subudhi, B.* (Electronics for you, 1996-11)
  • Swain, Anjan Kumar; Subudhi, B.* (Electronics for You, 1996-10)
    Neural networks are analogous to biological systems, and intelligent control systems are but an attempt to emulate the logical powers of the human mind. Articles in this series are intended to demystify the various intricacies ...
  • Choudhuri; Hu, Kuolung; Afshar, Nader (IEEE TRANSACTIONS ON RELIABILITY, 2001-03)
    Calculating system-reliability via the knowledge of structure function is not new. Such attempts have been made in the classical 1975 book by Barlow & Proschan. But they had to compromise with the increasing complexity of ...
  • Ahmed, Basir (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2007-04-10)
    The growing Indian population and increased energy demand has is leading to growing environmental pressure. Hence, there is a need to invent and secure energy technology options that can increase energy efficiency by ...
  • Sople, V.V; Gattani, Jyoti (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2007-04-10)
    Consumers have traditionally called for government intervention, when the marketers fail to produce a socially desirable outcome. Governance is that broad field of economics, which concern the design of regulatory system ...
  • Parikh, Indira J.*; Jeyavelu, S. (Vikalpa: The Journal for Decision Makers, 2002-12)
    Sensitivity Training (ST) is a process through which an individual explores the journey of human existence to ask soem basic questions about life, relationship, interface across many roles, and purpose of one's own life. ...
  • Bhattacharya, Ayan; Sensarma, Rudra (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2013)
    Efficiency and predictability of financial markets are inherently linked to the statistical properties of market indicators. While many papers have researched nonlinearities in developed financial markets, this paper ...
  • Sinha, Pritibhushan (Decision, 2008-01)
    In this paper we present a single-item, continuous monitoring inventory model with probabilistic demand forthe item and probabilistic lead time of order replenishment. It is assumed that demand follows Bernoullidistribution ...
  • Saji, Gopinath; Krishnamurti, Chandrasekhar* (The Journal of Financial Research, 2001)
    Our empirical evidence based on transactions data of a sample of Nasdaq stocks indicates that trade of large firms are related to the proxies of marketwide and firm-specific information. For large firms, an increase in the ...
  • Verghese, Annie (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2007-05-19)
    Some 25 years ago came the birth of another discipline, called organizational development, the goal of which was to focus on the gap that exists between where a group or organization is and where they would like to be. ...
  • Bhattacharya, Jyotirmoy (Social Scientist, 4-04-20)
    One of the most striking conclusions reached in Prabhat Patnaik's recent book The Value of Money (2008) is that the world monetary system is still de facto a commodity money world, despite having broken all de jure links ...
  • Chowdhury, Shovan; Mukherjee, Amitava; Nanda, Asok K (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2014)
    Here we introduce two-parameter compounded geometric distributions with monotone failure rates. These distributions are derived by compounding geometric distribution and zero-truncated Poisson distribution. Some statistical ...
  • Ram Kumar, P N (Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode, 2013)
    Fixed-charge transportation problem (FCTP) deals with determining optimal quantities ofgoods to be shipped and the routes to be used to satisfy the customers’ demands at minimaltotal cost. The total cost contains a fixed ...
  • Suresh, R.P. (Calcutta Statistical Association, 2003-12)
    It is well known that if F is IFR, then it is also DMRI; however, the converse is not true, in general Kupka and Leo (1989) proved that a distribution with convex decreasing mean residual life (CDMRL) function has an ...
  • Sreekumar, M.G. (Department of Library and Information Science & Dr. V.S. Krishana Library, 2005)
    The research fraternity in India faces a number of problems with regard to infrastructure, be it in IT and communication, sholarly information or laboratory facilities. Weakly endowed most of our campuses are , bearing ...
  • Sreekumar, M.G. (Department of Library and Information Science & Dr. V.S. Krishana Library, 2005)
    he research fraternity in India faces a number of problems with regard to infrastructure, be it in IT and communication, sholarly information or laboratory facilities. Weakly endowed most of our campuses are , bearing ...

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