Appelt B.K.,ASE Group Inc. |
Essig K.,ASE Europe |
Su B.,ASE Materials |
Huang A.S.F.,ASE Materials |
IMAPS Nordic Annual Conference 2010, Proceedings | Year: 2010
Coreless organic substrates have been desired for many years in order to provide the ultimate wiring capacity that can be achieved anywhere. To date, there have been few successful implementations only for small body sizes because of the choice of dielectric materials. Here, a technology has been developed based on prepreg dielectrics and pattern plating to build sequentially the layers of a coreless substrate. A temporary carrier is employed to facilitate handling during the manufacturing process.
Metalurgia International | Year: 2013
During the last decade, the banking sector was hit by several crises as well as high-profile frauds, severely affecting its reputation and trust. Thus, the importance of corporate governance has come to the forefront. In this climate, and given the essential role of IT within the banking sector, the definition and implementation of IT Governance has gained traction. IT Security is an essential component of IT Governance, and industry consensus shows that IT security must be applied in a holistic manner across the organization, which is best achieved through the implementation of a continuous security monitoring system. In our paper, we describe our experience with the implementation of ISMS in two large commercial banks, highlighting the goals which such a project must achieve, together with the challenges met during implementation.
Dubey B.,Birla Institute of Technology and Science |
Shukla J.B.,Center for Modeling |
Shukla J.B.,The LNM Institute of Information Technology |
Sharma S.,Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur |
And 2 more authors.
Nonlinear Analysis: Real World Applications | Year: 2010
In this paper, a non-linear mathematical model is proposed and analyzed to study the phenomenon of a chemical defense mechanism involving two competing species, where each species produces a toxicant affecting the other. It is shown that if the emission rate coefficient of toxicant, produced by one species increases, the equilibrium density of the other species decreases and its magnitude is lower than its original carrying capacity. It is found that the usual principle of competitive exclusion (coexistence) in the absence of toxicant may change in the case under consideration. It is also observed that increases in the values of production rates of toxicants by the competing species and depletion rates of environmental toxicants due to its assimilation by the species has a destabilizing effect, and decrease in the washout rates of environmental toxicants has a destabilizing effect on the dynamics of the system. In the case of allelopathy, where only one species produces a toxicant affecting the other species, it is shown that the affected species is driven to extinction for large production rate of this toxicant. © 2009 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.
Ye S.,Availink |
Chang K.,ASE |
Su D.,Availink |
Yu L.,Availink |
China Semiconductor Technology International Conference 2015, CSTIC 2015 | Year: 2015
This paper provides empirical evidence of fast root cause identification in assembly house for a case in which SiP chip wire bond showed high ratio of quality and reliability escapes. The identification has been performed through FMEA with a large number of RMAs and through quality control to rescreen goods called-back to minimize the field risk by using reliability tests. Furthermore, as a corrective action, authors have been working with major assembly house to implement a set of critical quality gates to improve the quality control in the wire bond process and management. © 2015 IEEE.
Costea C.,USH |
Studies in Fuzziness and Soft Computing | Year: 2013
Comparing with other sciences, the quantitative success of economic science is disappointing. People fly to the moon, the touch of a simple button can destroy more than half of the world and energy is extracted with the speed of light. During all these developments of science the economic achievements are somewhere near zero. The economists can praise however with the recurrent inability to predict and revaluate the crises and with the ability to create financial innovations. This study aims to present the benefits of the multi agent (MAS) models in the economy. In order to do that this paper intends to demonstrate the need of such models today. Furthermoreare presented some attempts of using multi agent models and concluding with the idea that the economy needs a scientific revolution, and this can be done using multi criteria or multi agent models. © Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 2013.