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phase diagram - Introduction: Chemical equilibrium is a crucial topic in Chemistry. To represent and model equilibrium, the thermodynamic concept of Free energy is usually used. For a multi-component system the Gibbs free energy is a function of Pressure, Temperature and quantity (mass, moles) of each component. If one of these parameters is changed, a state change to a more energetically favorable state will occur. This state has the lowest free energy. When the free energy of all states are equal to each other, the system is at equilibrium....   [tags: Chemistry]
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Using the Flow Diagram of Ethical Decision Making to Hire an Applicant - ... For example, if we have more than one applicant for the same position, our decision influence cannot be that they know information regarding our competitor. This would be breaking the ethical norm of Justice, which focuses on evenhanded treatment of groups and individuals. Utilitarianism focuses on maximizing the satisfaction of a company’s constituents. Irrelevant facts in the case state that the competitor’s discovery could substantially reduce, but not eliminate, the profits of our company, which could affect the company’s constituents directly....   [tags: Utalitarianism, Hiring] 561 words
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Comparative Stem and Leaf Diagram of Error Lines - Comparative Stem and Leaf Diagram of Error Lines Key: 0 4=0.4 cm Year 7: 0.4, 0.4, 0.6, 0.6, 0.6, 0.6, 0.9, 1.4 Year 11: 0.4, 0.6, 0.6, 0.6, 0.6, 0.9, 0.9, 1.6 Year7 Mode: 0.6 cm Median: 0.6 cm Lower quartile: 0.5 cm Upper quartile: 0.75 cm Interquartile range: 0.75-0.5=0.25 cm Semi-interquartile range: 0.25÷2=0.125 cm Year 11 Mode: 0.6 cm Median: 0.6 cm Lower quartile: 0.6 cm Upper quartile: 0.9 cm Interquartile range: 0.9-0.6=0.3 cm Semi-interquartile range: 0.3÷2=0.15 cm Aware to on track with my second hypothesis and to avoid endless d...   [tags: Papers] 792 words
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Hertzsprung-russell Diagram - The Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram or, the H-R Diagram for short, is a graph which plots stars according to their temperature and absolute magnitude. This graph reveals a pattern, which in fact is quite interesting. The H-R Diagram is named for the two astronomers, Ejnar Hertzsprung and Henry Russell, who discovered this pattern of stars. These two astronomers independently discovered that comparing magnitudes and spectral class (color) of stars yielded a lot of information about them. One key purpose of the H-R diagram is to show the relationship between temperature and absolute magnitude of stars....   [tags: essays research papers] 510 words
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Clustering of Near Duplicate Images in the Web Search - ... Local pre-processing methods can be divided into the two groups according to the goal of the processing: Smoothing suppresses noise or other small fluctuations in the image; equivalent to the suppression of high frequencies in the frequency domain. Smoothing also blurs all sharp edges that bear important information about the image. Image Smoothing is the set of local pre-processing methods which have the aim of suppressing image noise – it uses redundancy in the image data. Calculation of the new value is based on averaging of brightness values in some neighborhood value....   [tags: search engine, diagram, data] 1270 words
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Perspectives of Learning and Teaching in Piaget's and Vygotsky's Theories - The Venn diagram is comparing the similarities and differences of two theories Piaget’s and Vygotsky Theories on Cognitive development. Piaget’s difference to Vygotsky is children collaborating with peers of the classroom, having stages of development that impact child development over birth to adulthood and how inherited characteristics of being a confident or quiet child. Vygotsky Theory is about Zone of Proximal development, scaffolding of adults helping children in understanding and gaining knowledge and sociocultural development (Duchesne, McMaugh, Bochner & Krause (2013)....   [tags: venn diagram, teaching and learning]
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Distribution of Final Year Project: Communication and Components from the Sea - ... GPS’s accurate time facilitates everyday activities such as banking, mobile phone operations, and even the control of power grids by allowing hand-off switching. Most widely used application of GPS is as follows • Automotive and Marine Navigation purpose. • Automotive Navigation Tracking. • Emergency locator. • Personal positioning. • Geographical surveying. • Embedded applications. • Smart phone, UMPC, PND, MP4. • Animal tracking purpose. 4.1.2MAIN FEATURES: • It follows SIRF STAR3 chipset with embedded ARM7TDMI CPU in firmware....   [tags: ship, diagram, protocol, motor, sensor] 3058 words
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Database Management System Diagram - ...  Encrypt data.  Handling of access rights.  Synchronize accesses.  Organization of physical data structures.  One of the most distinguish features of DBMS is that they offer an advance Data Modelling Facility (DMF) including Data Definition Language (DDL) and Data Manipulation Language (DML) for modelling and manipulating data.  A major strength of the Data Definition Language of DBMS is the capability to define the data integrity constraints.  Provides precise semantics.  Query specification is complete in DBMS....   [tags: software, data, information, operations] 552 words
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Top-Down Approach to Drawing Data Flow Diagrams - The top-down approach to drawing data flow diagrams essentially involves moving “from the general to the specific” in terms of the detail level displayed (Kendall & Kendall, 2008, p. 220). Using information gathered from interviews, investigation, and personal observation, the systems analyst begins by developing a list of business activities. They then use the list to define the four elements of a data flow diagram, as follows: § External entities – send/receive data to/from the system § Data flows – the movement of data § Processes – the change or transformation of data § Data stores – a virtual storehouse where data can be added, examined, or retrieved (Kendall & Kendall, 2008) The ana...   [tags: Systems Analysis]
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Fishbone Diagrams Cause and Effect of Wastage Events - ... Thus, there was no way for the staffs to learn and understand about the situation on high wastage of products within the lab. Additionally, the staffs also lacked knowledge on proper inventory management, such as checking the availability of the units and making decision on maintaining the right inventory level. There is no guideline or instruction setup for adjusting the number of units for weekly inventory. The weekly inventory supply is received twice a week from American Red Cross. Instead of receiving the entire order, it is important to adjust the number, on the basis of the demand of need and available inventory....   [tags: analysis, laboratory, management] 1122 words
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State Diagrams - State Diagrams Upon review of the HR and Finance application it is the purpose of this discussion to identify some of the objects associated with the applications and clarify the states in which those objects can go through as the system is interacted with. Whether or not there are any guards set in place before states can move forward or terminate are also clarified in this discussion. The objects that will be examined are: systemLogin, newOrder, addNewCustomer, editCustomer, addEmployee, and systemExit....   [tags: Technology Technical] 1445 words
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The History of Chemistry - ... He was also the founder of modern mineralogy, and in 1751, he also discovered the mineral scheelite, tungsten. Joseph Black had isolated carbon dioxide in 1754. He soon called carbon dioxide “fixed air.” In 1758, joseph used a concept called latent heat to show the thermochemistry of phase changes. Henry Cavendish had isolated hydrogen in 1766. He soon called “inflammable air.” In 1773, Carl Wilhelm Scheele discovered oxygen. He came to call this “fire air.” Scheele had not published his achievement soon enough, and Joseph Priestley did instead....   [tags: Lewis electron dot diagrams,] 962 words
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A Report on Process Modeling for Web-Based Customer Relationship Management System - ... It shows the relation between the system and the environment through the data flows. The context diagram describes the scope of the system (Valacich, George and Hoffer 2006:153-154). The Data Flow Diagram using the symbols to indicate the environmental entities, processes, data store and data flow (Eleanor Jordan 2011:1). The context diagram uses only three notational symbols to indicate the entities, process and dataflow. Those symbols are: External Entity: it represents source or destination of data, which can be any class of people, organization, or another system which exists outside the system....   [tags: business, software development, entity] 1080 words
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Unified Modeling Language Designs in Software Systems - As systems have become increasingly more complex, the need for communicating software systems has become a challenge. In response to that need, the Unified Modeling Language “UML” was developed and serves as a graphical language to describe those complex systems. UML is presently an industry standard representing a software system’s structure, interactions and behaviors in terms of graphical diagrams. UML has many types of diagrams each representing a different view of the system. In object-oriented programming, classes are used to separate and encapsulate business objects and behaviors....   [tags: computer programming]
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Unified Modeling Language Presentation - ... • Some of which are: o Activity Diagram o Uses Cases Diagram o Sequence Diagrams o And Class Diagram In actuality there is more to UML than diagrams, but for my purposes of this presentation I will be focusing only on the Class Diagram. Class diagram (slide 2) A Class o Can be considered prototypes when creating objects. o Is used to define the static structure of a project o Most diagrams will contain multiple classes o Interaction between classes dictates the definition of a system o Represents the projects blue print The class diagram shows how the different entities (people, things, and data) relate to each other; in other words, it shows the static structures of the system....   [tags: Power Point Presentation] 670 words
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Test Case Generation from UML - Table 1: Evaluation table of the proposed approaches Authors / Year Behavior Models Used Tools to Support Problem Discussed Strengths Limitations Sarma et al. /2007 Sequence and Class Diagram Magic Draw V 10.0, IBM Rational Rose Automatic test case generation from UML models focusing on structural and behavioral design in test case generation process. Furthermore coping up interaction faults and scenario faults. • The strength of this method is that it can handle a large design efficiently. • Better integration with in test case generation activities • The technique is not sufficiently automated • Lacks in dealing testing of quality requirements....   [tags: Information Technology]
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UML and its fit in the business community - UML in the Business Community In the modern world, business analysts use UML as a communication tool to relay business needs to the IT professionals. What is the Unified Modeling Language (UML). Here is a definition of UML according to the Object Management Group (OMG) specification. “The Unified Modeling Language is a graphical language for visualizing, specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of a software-intensive system. The UML offers a standard way to write systems blueprints, including conceptual things such as programming language statements, database schemas, and reusable software components.” First I will start out with a brief discussion on the history of UML....   [tags: essays research papers] 681 words
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Economy and Policies of Hong Kong - This paper analyses the economy of Hong Kong mainly through the perspective of GDP, and then analyses its fiscal and monetary policies which are implemented by Hong Kong government and its Monetary Authority. Hong Kong is one of the world’s leading financial centers and it is an efficiency service-oriented free market economy. Hong Kong’s economic freedom score is 90.1 on a 100-point scale, making it the top-rated economy in the Index for the 20th consecutive year (Heritage.org, 2014). Hong Kong’s economy is normally characterized by its low taxation, light regulation and well established international trading environment....   [tags: GDP, capital, interest] 2027 words
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Taking a Look at Enterprise Architect UML Tool - ... For simulation it provides triggers like buttons, switch or control message. It also provides guards, breakpoints with effect of Javascript. Requirement management facilitates what requirements are, how requirements are generated and organized, linking requirements to the design etc. Enterprise Architect allows creating requirement, model and manages requirements. It provides support for importing source code from programming languages like Java, C, C++, Python, C# etc. It assist user with powerful mechanism for generating customized documentation....   [tags: unified modeling language] 1243 words
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Kaoru Ishikawa's Influence in Quality Management - Kaoru Ishikawa was a very influential man in quality management. Ishikawa began his career as a professor at a Japanese University. He lived from 1915 until his death in 1989. Although Ishikawa made many contributions to quality management, he is best known for his cause and effect diagram, known as the “fishbone diagram”. ("Kaoru Ishikawa: the," 2009) The significance of the fishbone diagram is that it is a simple graphical method for presenting a chain of causes and effects and for sorting out causes and organizing relationships between variables....   [tags: Business Management ]
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Improving Procurement Lead Times at Hill Air Force Base - Improving Procurement Lead Times at Hill Air Force Base In today’s tough economic times organizations need to seriously look at ways to improve their service level, even in the government. With decreasing military budgets and workforce reductions all government agencies need to streamline activities as much as possible to ensure that the taxpayers’ dollars are being spent wisely and the warfighter is being supported. The National Health Service (NHS) of East Midlands, England has established an excellent website, which benchmarks their twelve steps to process improvement on their Improvement Network (NHS - East Midlands, 2012)....   [tags: Business]
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High Level Visual Test Specification Tool - Domain-Specific Visual language (DSVL) meta-tool has managed to help and assist end-user to create DSVL. With a pre-built function and numerous graphical representations to choose from, it has reduced end-user dependency for application development team. Despite that, it still lacks in term of verification and validation process, as testing is still done manually inside these meta-tools. We propose a high level visual test specification model that is embedded inside DSVL meta-tool. This will allow end-user to self validate their DSVL using model provided....   [tags: Technology]
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Properties of Material: Gallium Nitride - ... It could further find use in the medicine industry as it is biocompatible could be used as electronics of implants in living organism. GaN: Synthesis As already mentioned GaN has characteristics that are very favorable for application as LED because of the following reasons: • The bandgap is widely tunable in the visible and UV range by adding impurities of alloys like AlN and InN. • Both n-type and p-type can be manufactured by introducing trace amount of Mg and Si. In order to truly take advantages of GaN we require highly pure Sheets of GaN which can be manufactured by the following two methods: Metal Crystal Assist Vapor-Liquid-Solid (VLS) Process Also knows as the VLS process, it be...   [tags: direct band gap semiconductor] 888 words
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How will a Change in the Interest Rate Change the Future - ... Before considering the effects of a change in the interest rates it is important to understand the first step of the consumption model. In the diagrams A and B below, we can understand that (I) the indifference curves, act on behalf of the equal levels of utility satisfaction derived from different mixtures of present and future consumption. That being said the point (W), which is identified as the endowment point is the basic measure to identify the position of the indifference curve to the budget line, hence recognizing consumers that are savers and consumers that are borrowers....   [tags: borrower, consumer, budget]
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Overvie of CORE Methodology - Overview of CORE Methodology Controlled Requirement Expression (CORE) was developed for the British Aerospace programs while the UK Ministry of Defence was carrying out a requirement analysis (Hull et al., 2010). The fundamental component of the CORE methodology is viewpoints as different users see systems in different ways. There are many different stakeholders involved in a system; using CORE methodology involves finding all the different viewpoints of those stakeholders that have an interest in the system whether it’s a person, role or organisation ext.… (Sommerville and Sawyer, 2000)....   [tags: viewpoints, hierarchy, architecture, system]
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A Noval Approach For Interfacing Switches on Gloves With Pic Micro Controller Implementation - Now a days there is a trend in using wireless keyboard and mouse. The wireless user interface technology is vast changing and many day to day objects are being transformed into user interface so that it can be easy for us. In this paper we propose a system which uses gloves for interacting with the personal computer. In addition to keyboard, mouse interface is also included in the Glove. To verify the proposal prototype is created. This proposes that when a person presses the switches on fingertip mouse movement also inputting character can be done....   [tags: Gloves, Tactile Switches, Pic Micro Controllers]
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Monitoring Lithium Ion Characteristic Analysis Using Lab View - ... This step is to know whether the circuit function or not and if it is fail, the diagram need to sketch again. Hardware will be develop after the wiring diagram have been verified. Hardware will connect with National Instrument (NI-DAQ) and PC. This is to run the whole program of the experiment. It is also need verification before data will be collect. If the program not function, troubleshoot and modified to rectify the error. The next step is to collect the data and evaluate the data. All data will be plot in graph to overview the whole program....   [tags: battery pack, laboratory report] 668 words
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A Solution to the Foreclosure Crisis - If Americans would like to stop foreclosure on their homes, we need to address the root or the heart of the problem, not just a branch or limb. Solving foreclosure would be like putting a band-aid on a wound which needs surgery. The real problem resides in human behavior and governmental policy concerning the environment which we inhabit. So, with this information, I will address how to come about a real solution in terms of preventing foreclosure (and better than that, solving what causes foreclosure) (which is interrelated with environmental health)....   [tags: Economics, Mortgage, Housing Crisis] 2416 words
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Causes and Effects from Case Studies - ... The hospital has no systematic study of associated factors involved in the problem and wants to know what all are the main causes for the problem and thus they implemented different tools in the each step of DMAIC process. Cause and effect diagram was the important tool here and they implemented this tool in the analyze phase of DMAIC process. They have the KPOV i.e., turn over intention and after the brain storming session they came out with the different KPIV’s and by the use of the cause and effect diagram the target was reached i.e., they founded out the two main causes for the problem and they used other tools to get the final result....   [tags: company, healthcare, cause] 640 words
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Buying Behavior of Blog Shoppers - ... Since the diagram is modified to fit the research question of how blogs influence consumer behaviour of young Spanish woman buyers, it considers the marketing efforts proposed by bloggers. Since these blogs are essentially formed to act as a tool for the blogger to be able to post reviews and recommendations for their followers and online consumers, it also acts as a form of marketing that can encourage the consumer to try out products they’ve never used before. Another advantage the blogs have in terms of being a marketing tool is that they can express the bloggers opinions, promote discounts and give readers direct links to the internet stores and still maintain a neutral point of view...   [tags: social behavior, advertisement, influences] 1333 words
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Investigating the Relationship of the Dots Inside a Shape of Different Sizes - Investigating the Relationship of the Dots Inside a Shape of Different Sizes AIM: I have been set a task for my coursework to find out the relationship of the dots inside a shape of different sizes. PLAN:I have planned to use a specific quadrilateral shape for my investigation in which lines will be 45o (diagonal), one dot to the other; touching each others ends and being closed from all sides. I will be using the following technique for my investigation. First of all I will commence with the shape-size being 1 cm2 increasing it every step by another 1 cm2....   [tags: Papers] 1001 words
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Object And Process Modeling, And Stragies For System Analysis And Problem Solving - System Analysis and System Requirements Object Modeling, Process Modeling, and Strategies for System Analysis and Problem Solving April 6, 2005 Object Modeling A class can be described as a collection of objects of similar type. These objects often share the same attributes, operations, methods, relationships, and semantics. Additionally, once a class is defined any number of objects can be created and associated to that class. For example, beagles and boxers represent different breeds (i.e. instances) of "dogs" which also can be viewed as a distinct class....   [tags: System Analysis Design] 1094 words
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How Monetary Policy Worked in Japan: Was it as Effective in Practice as in Theory? - Presently, most countries adopt financial policies in order to improve their economic and social conditions. However, those policies differ as there is not a policy that could be applied for every country. Monetary policy is one of the most widely used ones. The policy is usually implemented by the central bank. It uses an interest rate transmission mechanism in order to achieve its aims. According to Lipsey (2007), one of the main aims of the central bank is to control inflation. Although in theory the monetary policy is likely to succeed, in real life it is not always the case as it was with Japan in 1990s....   [tags: Economics ]
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The Use of Ultrasonic Testing in Condition Monitoring - ... A typical failure scenario is a compression unit offshore used for natural gas transmission to land. A leak in one of the bearings occurs, and because of the outdoor environment the gas does not make contact with the regular gas detectors before it has reached a high concentration. How will this be monitored and detected so that workers are warned in time before the gas concentration reaches a point were it could be ignited and cause a fire or explosion. [2] There are several different types of equipment that can be used to detect ultrasonic sound from a gas leakage....   [tags: airborne, gas leak, detection] 893 words
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The Energy Transformation in an Incandescent Globe - ... One of the disadvantages of incandescent globes is that there is more heat emissions than light. This is called ‘wasted energy’ as there is no real use for this light other than the aforementioned. The energy transformation in an incandescent globe is complicated, but not so much so that it is hard to understand. The energy is transferred from the wire into the filament- causing it to heat up. When the filament is heated, it produces light- but also substantial amounts of heat. This was outlined in the disadvantages....   [tags: sustainability ideals, energy savings] 804 words
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Principles of Heat Treating of Steels - Principles of Heat Treating of Steels Principles of Heat Treating of Steels A steel is usually defined as an alloy of iron and carbon with the content between a few hundreds of a percent up to about 2 wt%. Other alloying elements can amount in total to about 5 wt% in low-alloy steels and higher in more highly alloyed steels such as tool steels and stainless steels. Steels can exhibit a wide variety of properties depending on composition as well as the phases and microconstituents present, which in turn depend on the heat treatment....   [tags: essays papers] 1551 words
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Taking a Look at Orbital Mechanics - ... There are six general aspects of orbital mechanic elements eccentricity (e), semi-major axis (a), inclination (i), argument of periapsis (ω), time of periapsis passage (T), and longitude of ascending node (Ω). [I will help define these with use of a diagram put I do not have the diagram drawn this is also the diagram of observations of an object in orbit talked about in the outline] Though these are not the only important elements of orbital mechanics, there is also the period (P) and true anomaly (v) which is “the angular distance of a point in an orbit past the point of periapsis....   [tags: astronomy and physics combined] 667 words
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Stages in Making a Good Design - A project in progress Design is all about creativity. It is about making something that has not been created before. This concept is appropriate for interior design, which is the art or process of designing an interior space. It requires natural talents, yet a designer’s skills can be developed throughout their time in practice. The designer’s main goal is to satisfy their client’s desire in terms of style for their preferred space. They are required to evaluate the floor plan of each area in order to come up with a concept and design....   [tags: programming, development, blueprint, installation]
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A Justification of the Use of Macroeconomic Policies - A justification of the use of macroeconomic policies After the inception of the global financial crisis, the level of output in the Australian economy declined. This led to the level of aggregate supply exceeding the level of aggregate demand as consumers’ and investors’ confidence was shaken. This is evident in the Keynesian diagram below: Figure 1.8- Keynesian deflationary gap As it is evident in the graphical representation above, the equilibrium level of national income is Ye, determined by the intersection of the aggregate demand (AD) and aggregate supply (AS) curves....   [tags: Economics ]
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Picking a Prototyping Design Tool for the Car Checker Android Application - ... Mobile applications, especially the car checker Smartphone application, must be designed in a way that it accommodates the needs of the users who are using the application, and it must be done with limited functionality and a limited screen for the user interface to fit into a user’s Smartphone. The choice of a prototyping tool must take into account that the Car Checker Android application will be designed for a Smartphone, thus a huge factor in the selection of a prototyping tool is the ability to make a medium-fidelity prototype look like the actual application in a way that it would fit the screen size of an android Smartphone....   [tags: software interface, plataforms]
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Convolutional Coding - Each parity bit is taken from the corresponding D FF then ran through an XOR gate that does the mod 2 addition to output the parity bit. This circuit creates a physical generator polynomial that the message is fed through, creating the encoded message. Another method of encoding is done through a state table diagram. This is a diagram that tracks which parity bit is output depending on which state it’s in and which state it is transitioning to, which depends on the input bit received. To make our state diagram we first need to understand the parity bit equations above....   [tags: parity bit, information technology]
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Test Case Generation from Requirements - Table 1: Identified Strengths and Limitations Author Behavior Models Problem Discussed Strength of work Limitations Vaysburg et al. /2002 EFSM Requirement based selective test case generation. • Cost of the approach is very less because system tests are often short. Therefore, test equivalency can be determined with low cost. • Efficient integration with testing • Support quality requirements of reliability. • Better technique for selective test case generation • The study needs further justification as it not implemented on large systems • There is need to investigate the degree of reduction in fault detection capability of reduced test suites when the presented approach of test...   [tags: Information Technology]
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Investigating a Neutralisation Reaction Between Hydrochloric Acid and Sodium Hydroxide - Investigating a Neutralisation Reaction Between Hydrochloric Acid and Sodium Hydroxide To investigate a neutralisation reaction I must know all the factors that affect it in order to investigate in this. Here are all the factors; Temperature - This will defiantly affect an exothermic or endothermic reaction. Concentration - If the solution is made more concentrated it means it contains more particles of reactant, therefore more collisions are likely and an result of this is that the temperature will decrease because bonds are being made....   [tags: Papers] 2058 words
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Explain what is meant by the full employment level of National Income - Explain what is meant by the full employment level of National Income and Equilibrium level of National Income. Why might these levels of income be different. National Income is the level of total output, expenditure or income of an economy over a period of time. The main measure of NY used around the world today is Gross Domestic Product, or GDP. This is a measure of all domestic production, that is, production not including trade, which takes into account the value of indirect taxes such as GST....   [tags: Economics] 664 words
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An Analysis of the Los Angeles County Hospital Emergency Room - An Analysis of the Los Angeles County Hospital Emergency Room Learning Team Operations Management Plan The problem of emergency department overcrowding has become an important issue for many emergency departments throughout the city and county of Los Angeles. Patients frequently have to wait hours just to get into the emergency department to be seen by a physician or other healthcare professionals. The problem does not seem to be getting better as times goes on, but indeed studies seem to indicate that the condition is growing worse....   [tags: Business and Management Studies] 3631 words
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How Wind Turbine Improved the World - ... 2. Pollution free (ECO friendly). 3. Reliability. 4. Most economical. STAKEHOLDERS 1. Domestic users 2. Commercial 3. Agricultural 4. Industrial CONTEXT DIAGRAM: Fig 1:The diagram shows the context diagram of a windmill SUBSYSTEM ANALYSIS INTERFACE MATRIX External Entities Interfaces Human Thermal Operator Structure Communication Contamination species Transportation Heat Loads Environment Heat Some Particles Controllers Manual Control Manual Control Manual Control Labor Maintenance Command Modelling Design the system Surrounding Heat Wide Place Machines Checking Heat Tests Loads Safety Birds Fig 3: Interface matrix of a mindmi...   [tags: windmills, electricty, energy] 892 words
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Thermodynamic Properties of Solid Solutions in the System Ag2S Ag2Se - ... and Ponce studied this system using optical microscopy, electron- probe microanalysis and X – ray diffraction and they found that there are two solid solutions at ambient conditions. One series is monoclinic which is from Ag2S to Ag2S0.4Se0.6 and the other series is orthorhombic which is from Ag2S0.3Se0.7 to Ag2Se. 3. Model Description: The models used for the evaluation of standard thermodynamic properties of Ag2S – Ag2Se system are regular and subregular for solid solutions. At the high temperature the system is described by phase diagrams with a common minimum point on solidus and liquidus curves....   [tags: solution model, analysis] 1236 words
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