деним, эффект делаве, логотип, одноцветное изделие, светлый деним, низкая талия, застежка спереди, молния и пуговицы, множество карманов, содержит нетекстильные части животного происхождения, стрейч, обтягивающая модель
деним, одноцветное изделие, эффект делаве, низкая талия, цветной деним, застежка спереди, молния и пуговицы, множество карманов, кожаные аппликации, контрастные аппликации, логотип, содержит нетекстильные части животного происхождения, обтягивающая модель
деним, одноцветное изделие, эффект делаве, низкая талия, цветной деним, застежка спереди, молния и пуговицы, множество карманов, логотип, контрастные аппликации, кожаные аппликации, содержит нетекстильные части животного происхождения, низ на молнии, обтягивающая модель
The focus area of this paper is on the assignment problem with budget constraints which is one of the application area of combinatorial optimization that operates on the domain of those optimization problems,in which the set of feasible solutions is discrete or can be reduced to discrete,and in which the goal is to find the best solution. It is particularly concerned with solving the unconstrained assignment problems with Hungarian algorithm and the constrained assignment problem by cutting plane or outer linearization algorithm for solving the Lagrangian dual problem in which, at each iteration,the function that approximates the dual function is optimized. The paper is divided in to two chapters. In the first chapter,the classical assignment problem,the problem of finding optimum (minimum or maximum) cost or profit assignment a set of workers or resources to jobs or activities to gather with its mathematical formulation,solution methods and special cases in assignment problems were considered. Under the second chapter, we have considered generalization of the classical assignment problem concerning resource(or budget) constraints, due to the variety of real life problems.
Your plain-English guide to administering an estate and/or trust As more and more of the population reach senior ages—including baby boomers, many of whom do not have wills—an increasing number of people are being thrust into the role of executor, administrator, personal representative of an estate, or trustee of a trust after the death of a loved one. This updated edition of Estate & Trust Administration For Dummiesguides you through the confusing process of administering an estate and/or trust. Settling an estate and administering a trust can be complicated, messy, and time-consuming for individuals named as executor or trustee, most of whom have no previous experience with such matters. Estate & Trust Administration For Dummies shows you how to make sound decisions for your unique circumstances. Guides you through the confusing process of administering an estate and/or trust Provides expert advice on unfamiliar estate and trust tax law Gives you a practical checklist to follow for all of your estate and trust administration questions and concerns Whether you're looking for guidance on how to navigate the probate process and estate taxes, settle debts and bequests, fund a trust, comply with tax regulations, or anything in between, this hands-on, friendly guide takes away the mystery and provides detailed answers to all of your estate and trust administration questions.
Trust is central to our social lives and trusting relations are themselves of great value. In trusting others, we realise distinctive forms of value. What are these forms of value, and how is trust central to our lives? These questions are explored and developed in this volume, which collects fifteen new essays on the philosophy of trust.
The analysis of trust has proven to be a complex phenomenon in both research and practice. Several facts demonstrate this issue, a few of which are the lack of common and standardized definition of trust as well as diversities and differences of trust perceptions among trustors and trustees. However, despite this complexity co-working among actors whether organizations or individuals can hardly be successful with proper established trust relationships. This book addresses these challenges from the rational point of view.
Emphasizing the social psychology of the work environment, present research study employed an approach towards exploratory power of interpersonal trust distinguishing three trust objects; namely trust in peers, trust in supervisor, and trust in top management. From a normative point of view, this research empirically studied the conducive influence of interpersonal trust on the globally acknowledged behavioral and workplace outcomes. The contribution of this research lies in its two-country scope: Turkey and the US. Using two samples permits a better understanding of the interpersonal trust phenomenon in a comparative framework as well as revealing the relative link between trust and the global workplace attitudes. Findings revealed interesting associations some of which hold in both countries and some are unique to individual states. Particular discussion was made on the distinction between social exchange and economic exchange that surfaced different behavioral associations with the level of trust of individuals in three referents. Research also discusses the conditions where trust could be detrimental considering particular cultural dimensions and the existence of team effect.
Assignment Problem is one of the first fundamental problems in the area of combinatorial optimization. Despite its historical roots, the problem has tremendous importance to date, due to its numerous real life applications in like facility location, personnel scheduling, job scheduling, production planning, project assignment, task assignment, time-tabling, vehicle routing, storage space allocation, etc. This book comprises some real life assignment and related problems involving imprecise cost/time parameters. In order to represent those imprecise parameters, interval numbers have been used here as this representation is the best among others. The associated problems have been solved using Genetic Algorithm efficiently. A salient feature of this book is that most of the algorithms have been written in a lucid manner with suitable examples using figures. This book should interest academicians, OR/GA practitioners and executives of different industries and business organizations.
The problem of distributing goods from depots to consumers plays an important role in the management of many distribution systems, and therefore when it is programmed efficiently it may yield significant savings. In a typical distribution system, trucks provide pick-up and delivery services to customers that are geographically dispersed in a given area. In many of its applications, the main objective of distribution is to find a set of routes for such trucks, satisfying a variety of constraints, so as to minimize the total distribution cost. This work focuses on a decision model for a real world problem. The problem reveals itself as assignment of trucks to routes by Latex Foam Rubber Products Limited-Kumasi, Ghana. This study addresses the problem of finding an efficient assignment of the limited number of trucks at the company’s disposal to the routes they ply while serving its customers outside the metropolis. In this work we use a solution procedure based on Munkres Assignment Algorithm for optimal assignment of non-homogenous fleet of trucks to a given set of routes, where Latex Foam Rubber Products Limited-Kumasi, distributes its products to its customers.
The economic and political changes in Central and Eastern Europe after the fall of Communism on the one hand, and a minor but strengthening distrust toward institutions and political actors in Western democracies have brought “trust” into the limelight of social and political sciences. This book tries to highlight the nature, the content, and the mechanisms of social and institutional trust in Central and Eastern Europe after the set-up of a new democratic political system and the institutions of Capitalism. The author does not only compare the levels of trust in the different Post-Communist countries and the changes of these levels in time, but tries to explore the design of institutional frameworks existing in the citizens' minds; the content and the structure of trust and trust-groups in the society; and the relationship between trust in strong ties, toward anonymous others, and toward democratic institutions. Thus, this book should be useful for students and professionals in the fields of trust-decisions, democratic changes, and institutional mechanisms, or for anyone else who is interested in how we trust our institutions and fellow citizens.
Vienna, 1966. To be wrongly accused of murder once is a misfortune. Twice - and it's a conspiracy. It is the height of the Cold War. When a defector from Eastern Europe mysteriously returns to the village of his birth, it's a chance for disgraced detective Brano Sev to redeem himself. Being framed for a murder should just be part of his cover story. Or is it? Exiled suddenly to Vienna, treacherous city of spies, Sev finds himself caught up in a cat-and-mouse game where survival is the only prize. But in a world where no good deed goes unpunished, loyalty can be the biggest crime of all...
The objective of the research was to develop a framework of New Product Development Process (NPDP) for commercial organizations, which enhanced the probability of commercial success. The limitations of the existing NPDP frameworks stemmed from the assumption that satisfaction of consumer needs would translate into demand for the product. Similarly, the assumptions of rational choice and information based decision making by consumers, did not hold. The literature in the area of psychology suggested that under condition of risk and uncertainty, the construct of trust became operational and might have applications in improving the rate of commercial success of NPDP frameworks. A trust based innovative new product adoption framework was developed and empirically tested. The results indicated that overall trust in the new product offer did explain the purchase intention of the consumers. The study also indicated that the overall trust was formed by the disposition to trust commercial communication, trust based on direct experiences and vicarious learning. Thus the challenge based NPDP framework was improved by incorporating the measures to build consumer trust.
The aim of this textbook is to provide step-by-step guide to Trust and Executorship Accounting. It contains detailed overview of Executorship Accounting: the provisions of the law relating to the succession Act including wills and probate, validity of wills and testamentary capacity; Determination of the value of the estate, Distribution of the estate; Administration of the estate; Accounts of the executor; The provisions of the law relating to the trusts including creation and distinction between secret, protective and charitable trusts; Duties and responsibilities of trustees; Trustee Investment Act; Investment of trust funds and Accounts of trustees. This book is written as a compendium for undergraduate and graduate students in accounting and finance. A valuable resource and a discerning choice for the student and accounting professional seeking a deeper knowledge of Trust and Executorship Accounting theory and practice.
Revision with unchanged content. Few models of trust development have been empirically tested. This research explores the cognitive, character-inference process that Dirks & Skarlicki (2004) assert contributes to trust development. Self-reported transformational leadership, leader integrity, organizational justice, and leader prototypicality correlated positively with cognitive trust in this sample of 81 student employees (63% female, mean age 20.5) of a large southeastern university. Leader prototypicality, a cognitive evaluation process, partially mediated the relationship between leader integrity and trust. This study’s prime contribution is the longitudinal, empirical test of a model of trust development in interdependent leader-follower dyads. This material is particularly relevant for those studying industrial and organizational psychology, business development, or human resource management. It may also be of interest to practitioners with a human resource or organizational development focus, and those interested in leadership.
Banks in India operate in a very different lending environment as compared to western banks. The government owns many banks in India and state intervention in bank lending is considerable in India. Conventional instrument based methods of risk evaluation have limited use for banks in India. This book uses a social risk evaluation process based on the notion of social capital and trust to examine the structure and working of Indian bank branches. The role of trust in the relationship between branch managers and loan officers is critically studied. A framework of trust between branch managers and loan officers is developed. According to this framework, a branch manager and a loan officer develop a trusting relationship because both branch manager and loan officer have incentive to trust each other due to risk in lending. Trust between branch managers and loan officers of bank branches depends on seven characteristics of trust. Trust contributes significantly to the improvement of lending performance of bank branches in India. The conclusions arrived in this study have important implications for the management of banks.
On the part of the patient, healthcare demands unconditional trust inthe professional. But what is the nature of this trust, and to what extentis it justified? How significant is the fallout when it is abused?Incorporating sociological, psychological and philosophical approaches,this book examines notions of trust in the self, others and systems inthe field of healthcare. The text explores:? rational and emotional aspects of trust? power balances between the patient and healthcare professional? historical crises of trust in healthcare, considering the impacts andthe lessons learned? means of strengthening public trust in the healthcare system and itsworkforceDistinctive in its breadth and coverage, Examining Trust in Healthcareprovides a multidisciplinary perspective of a key element of patientcare. This makes the book fundamental reading for students, academicsand professionals across all branches of healthcare, as well as animportant resource for those with professional and academic interestsin the psychology and sociology of health.