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this paper is to visually map the arts marketing journal literature.
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literature on the relationship between art and the market. Papers were then classified by topic. Visual
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Imagine yourself many years in the future, on the last day of your life, looking back at
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analysis of real, complex situations (Christensen and Hansen, 1987). However,
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Cognitive Radio and Networking Research at Virginia Tech
A large research team with a wide range of expertiseVfrom ICs and reconfigurable computing to wireless networkingVworks to achieve the promise of cognitive radio.
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