Prokaryotic gene-family size correlations
The existence of multiple copies of genes is a well-known phenomenon. A gene family is a set of sufficiently similar genes, formed by gene duplication. In earlier works conducted on ...
A Study about Non-Volatile Memories
This paper presents an upcoming nonvolatile memories (NVM) overview. Non-volatile memory devices are electrically programmable and erasable to store charge in a location within the device and to retain that ...
Tracking errors and their determinants: Evidence from Hong Kong exchange traded fundsVIEW ALL PREPRINTS
This paper uses panel data to find the determinants of tracking errors in exchange traded funds (ETFs) in the Hong Kong stock market. A comparison of tracking errors between physical ...
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