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High Definition / Density Digital Versatile Disc

- High Definition/Density Digital Versatile Disc, popularly known as HD-DVD is usually referred to as an out-of-date disc format designed for high-definition video, as well as storage of information. As a digital optical disc designed for storage of data and video as well, Blu-ray disc supersedes the HD-DVD disc format in terms of storage, considering the fact that it’s usually used to store high-definition video resolution of up to 1080p, compared to HD-DVD’s, which is only 1080i. Blu-ray and HD-DVD discs emerged between 2000 and 2003, but became commercially available at the beginning of 2006, but their failure to attract mutual and exclusive support from various technological forums led to...   [tags: Blu-ray Disc, HD DVD, DVD, Sony]

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What Are the Symptoms of Disc Degeneration?

- A 36-year-old man presents with low back pain since the past two weeks. He reports that it came on while he was lifting a heavy object. Since that time, the pain has been intermittent and is located in the lumbar area of his spine. Describe in detail possible signs and symptoms in a patient that has intervertebral disc disease versus a musculoskeletal disorder. How would the treatment vary between the two disorders. What is intervertebral disc disease. According to Grossman and Porth (2014), the intervertebral disc is considered to be on of the most critical components of the weight bearing structures in the spine....   [tags: lumbar spine, arthritic pain]

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Personality Test And The Disc Assessment

- Taking any type of personality test can lead to a lot of thought and reflection on yourself, how you live, and how you interact with other people. I have taken some personality tests in the past that seemed to have been way off from what I believed about myself. This could be in part because I took them at a younger age and didn’t really “know” myself at that time. The results of the JUNG Typology test and the DISC Assessment actually proved to be fairly accurate to how I view myself today. While the tests weren’t exactly eye-opening for me, they did serve to confirm many beliefs and views that I had toward myself, my interactions with others, and what I enjoy in life....   [tags: Personality psychology]

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The Disc And Jung Assessments

- The DISC and JUNG assessments were spot on about the type of person I am. They both concluded that I love encouraging people, I am reserved, and I think things through thoroughly before making an important decision. The assessments opened my eyes about the confidence I need to gain to be a more effective leader. There are four categories in the DISC assessment: decisive, interactive, stabilizing, and cautious. The DISC assessment concluded that I tend to take careful precautions when it comes to decision-making....   [tags: Personality psychology, Decision making, Feeling]

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DISC Assesment

- Introduction In 1940, Walter Clark developed the Dominance, Influence, Steadiness and Conscientious assessment based off of Harvard graduate Dr. William Marston’s 1928 theory. Individual behavioral patterns in professional and personal arenas are important factors on how communication, interaction, teamwork and productivity are influenced. DISC Platinum Rule Behavioral Self-Assessment provides assessment and analysis on individual behavioral styles. DISC Insights provides a pictorial depiction of the styles and their associated personality traits (DISC Insights, 2013)....   [tags: Producer, Impresser, Dominance, Walter Clark]

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DISC Assessment for Learning Team C

- William Marston developed his DISC model through his book Emotions of Normal People. William Marston’s book does not give a behavioral assessment instrument for determining one’s behavioral style. Dr. Tony Alesandra develops such an instrument for one to use, assisting individuals, and teams into understanding how these behavioral styles may adapt to promote effective communication. The developing of a professional development plan (PDP) ensures that individuals of a learning team hold a tool for assessing the individual member’s skills, strengths, areas of improvement, and the resources necessary to help these individuals reach their goals....   [tags: effectiveness, William Marston, behavioral style]

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Undergoing The Vertebral Disc Replacement And Fusion

- Accordingly, on the day of surgery, I was extremely nervous about the procedure. Again, my neurosurgeon addressed the pros and cons of undergoing the vertebral disc replacement and fusion. Also, he reiterated the 50 percent chance of success or failure. He did not want me to have an unrealistic view of the expected outcome, as well as, he discussed that if my pain was decreased by 50 percent, then the surgery would be considered a success and we would have achieved our goal. At that time, he also elaborated on how the procedure would be performed, the anticipated length of the surgery, as well as, how long I would have to remain in the hospital....   [tags: Nursing, Nursing theory, Anesthesia, Pain]

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Sound on Disc

- Sound-On-Disc: From Inception ‘til Death From the Kinetophone to the Vitaphone, the sound-on-disc format dominated the pioneering stage of sound in movies. For the first time ever, people were able to hear sound synchronized with the images on the screen, and the revolution had begun-the talkies were here to stay. It was the sound-on-disc format that helped create many of Hollywood’s “talkie” classics, including The Jazz Singer and The Singing Fool. However, another format, sound-on-film, would soon take reign of the talking motion picture movement, as the audience and the exhibitors started to become more demanding as technology was slowly improving....   [tags: essays research papers]

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The Creation Of The Compact Disc

- The Creation Of The Compact Disc The creation of the compact disc, better known as the CD, can be traced back to the late 1960s. A Dutch scientist named Klass Compaan of Philips Research conceived the idea for the CD. He teamed with another scientist, Piet Kramer, who together introduced the first color videodisc prototype in 1972. Sony teamed up with Philips on the creation of the compact disc, and together they were able to develop a standard, universal compact disc to hold audio information....   [tags: Technology Descriptive Essays]

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The American Disc Jockey

- The American Disc Jockey The American Disc Jockey is one of the most important aspects in the development of music, especially rock-n-roll. Many radio personalities became widely recognized on the notion of them having a specialized voice or that they are able to provide a wealth of knowledge about the artists that they play (Eliot, 92). Whatever the situation, the fact remains that disk jockeys have helped to build an excitement for radio, yesterday, today, and hopefully tomorrow. A day in the life of a disk jockey is not just about spinning records and announcing the latest contest....   [tags: Papers]

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The Disc Jockey Business

- The Disc Jockey Business I have been in the disc jockey buissness since I was fifteen years old, I own many different sets of equiptment and have been to conventions were the new lines are presented. I also work for Pioneer as a company dj representative so I know their line like the back of my hand. For my project I choose to shop around for new equiptment at two stores, with me I brought a friend who knew absolutly nothing about dj equiptment. I was amazed at my findings and it is becouse of this experiment that I will never shop at Sam Ash again....   [tags: Papers]

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lumbar disc problems

- lumbar disc problems Summary The lumbar region of the human spine is a location that is very susceptible to injury and trauma. A majority of the population experience back pain at some time during their life, and although in most cases the pain subsides after a time of rest, there is an enormous need for treatment of this malady. The various types of treatment for lumbar disc herniations include a more conservative method of rest, physical therapy, and anti-inflammatory or non-steroidal drugs....   [tags: essays papers]

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The Different Types of Powder Sander Machines

- There are many different types of sanders in our world that vary from random orbit, spindle, belt, disc, hand, vibrating, drum, detail, and so forth. A sander is a power tool that is used for smoothing a surface with sandpaper or other abrasive materials. Each woodworking sander serves a certain purpose so that you may be able to complete your task more efficiently. They vary from being a manual sander to being an electrically powered sander. Typically in the world of carpenters and woodworkers they will usually stick with power sanders just because they are more time consuming and there is less manual labor that is necessary....   [tags: disc and belt sander machines]

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James T. Russell and the Invention of the Compact Disc

- James T. Russell and the Invention of the Compact Disc James Russell was born in Bremerton, Washington in 1931. His first invention, at six years old, was a remote-control battleship with a storage chamber for his lunch. In 1953, he earned his Bachelor of Arts in physics and graduated from Reed College in Portland. Afterwards he went to work as a Physicist in General Electric's nearby labs in Richland, Washington. There he started many experimental instrumentation projects....   [tags: Papers]

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Automatic Optic Disc Detection in Digital Fundus Images Using Image Processing Techniques

- Optic disc (OD) is important part of eye. In developing systems automatic OD detection is an important step for automated diagnosis of various serious ophthalmic diseases like Diabetic retinopathy, Glaucoma, hypertension etc. The variation of intensity within the optic disc and intensity close to the optic disc boundary are the major hurdle in automated optic disc detection. General edge detection algorithms are frequently unsuccessful to segment the optic disc because of this. Complexity increases due the presence of blood vessels....   [tags: health, ophtalmic disease]

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Steve Jobs ' Qualities Of Leadership

- STEVE JOBS’ QUALITIES OF LEADERSHIP Drive Steve Jobs’ key qualities of leadership would have been his drive to achieve high quality. Steve Jobs’ energy was extremely high which gave him the ability to be persistent. Steve Jobs’ was not the typical born leader type. This is something that he developed along the way. By having the drive Steve Jobs’ encourage others to have the same drive. Desire to lead. Although, Steve Jobs’ did not had a strong desire to lead others. Steve Jobs’ did have a strong desire to change the world....   [tags: Leadership, Steve Jobs, DISC assessment]

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Self Reflection Paper From The Information Obtained From Completing The Disc And Jung Assessments

- The following is a self-reflection paper from the information obtained from completing the DISC and JUNG assessments. The assessments both showed me being well rounded and not strongly to any one side or direction for the most part. This fits right in with my personality and gives me faith in the results. Although I did not agree completely with all of the feedback from the test, it is something to take note and to help me be more mindful in my actions and decisions. The DISC assessment gives feedback in both personal strengths and personal values....   [tags: Mind, Psychology, Thought, Personality psychology]

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Design of a Reconfigurable Hybrid Database System

- ... Placing the reconfigurable platform near the device’s memory further reduces the processing time. Combination of all these three types of database systems described above gives us the “Hybrid Database System (HYBDBS)” that harnesses the power of all three. The design of a Hybrid Database System with Hybrid DB-server as its core component is shown, as provided in the research paper. It differs from standard DB systems in that it has a “Routines Repository” that stores database operators as hardware and software libraries, services and metadata....   [tags: disc resident databases, main memory]

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What Compact Disc Would I Take to a Desert Island?

- What Compact Disc Would I Take to a Desert Island. Tough question. What else to take. Easy Enough. I would bring as many bags of Utz Salt n’ Vinegar potato chips as possible, one copy of Earnest Hemmingway’s The Old Man and the Sea, and I figure just about any woman would suit me. Denied these things, the choice of a Desert Island Disc is made much more complicated. With nothing else to occupy my mind I need that one great disc. Much like Nick Tosches’ choice of Sticky Fingers I find this decision extremely difficult: "But Sticky Fingers is a choice as mysterious and as difficult to explain to myself as anyone else."(Tosches 4) The choices are numerous and I’m pulled and so many different di...   [tags: Music]

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Case Study : The Japanese Brake

- Akebono the Japanese brake, manufacturer has emerged as one of the dominant providers of braking components around the world. From their early days in Hanue Japan starting out as a provider of woven linings and clutch surface products Akebono was opened in January 27, 1929 (Akebono,nd). Akebono started their Hanue manufacturing facility and completed their construction project in 1940 (Akebono). Not far after the end of world war two, Akebono moved from their clutch assemblies and into a multiple faceted product lines....   [tags: Disc brake, Brake, Drum brake, Brake lining]

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The Impact Of Technology On The Music Industry

- In the year 2000 there was an article written in TIME magazine called “How will we listen to music?” (Moby, 99) In this article the author, a popular recording artist at the time, wrote about what he believed the future of music would look like. He predicted that by the year 2025 “music will be available on command” without being confined by compact disks. He also predicted that most music will be available to download almost instantly to any portable music device that people may be using. In 2015 these things are now possible....   [tags: Gramophone record, Compact Disc, Digital audio]

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Disc Golf

- Water and Salt water sound similar, at first you would think that but as soon as you research either of them you’ll find that the only thing they have one thing in common water. This pair brings to mind somewhat of a similar situation in golf and frisbee golf. One would think that you frisbee golf is just golf with a frisbee but this is not so it s deeper than that. When you experience both of these it come to you, although they share similar names golf and frisbee golf have many differences between them....   [tags: Ultimate Frisbee Golf]

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Netflix And The Video Service

- When Reed Hastings discovered an overdue movie in his closet and paid the subsequent exorbitant fees associated with it, he realized that something needed to change. Having already started and sold a software business, this entrepreneur contemplated about alternate video service ideas that would better satisfy customers. Netflix entered the market in 1997 when the market leader was rental giant Blockbuster Inc. At the time, Blockbuster attempted to grow by opening new locations in order to expand geographic coverage and to increase penetration and share in existing markets....   [tags: Renting, Rental shop, Netflix, Blu-ray Disc]

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Flash Drives and Optical Storage

- Flash Drives and Optical Storage In Computing, optical disc drives are described by Wikipedia as a disk drive that uses laser light or electromagnetic waves within or near the visible light spectrum as part of the process of reading or writing data to or from optical discs. Some optical disc drives can only read from discs, but recent drives are able to both read and record, also called burners or writers. These drives are very commonly used in computers to read software and consumer media distributed on disc, and to record discs for archival and data exchange purposes....   [tags: disk, memory, usb]

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Review of Thanatology in Protoplanetary Discs

- Review of Thanatology in Protoplanetary Discs: The combined influence of Ohmic, Hall, and ambipolar diffusion on dead zones (Lesur, Kunz & Fromang 2014) Introduction Protoplanetary discs are cool and dense, their gas is composed of neutrals, ions and electron, and in the presence of a background magnetic field this becomes magnetised plasma. Due to the fact that this is normally poorly ionised, the plasma in protoplanetary discs, is therefore subject to three non-ideal magnetohydrodynamic (MHD) effects; Ohmic dissipation, ambipolar diffusion and Hall effect....   [tags: Ohmic, Hall, ambipolar diffusion on dead zones]

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The Day of His Life

- ... Now five forty-five in the morning, Alex decided to join the migratory of people leaving the hotel. On his way to the course Alex started to feel like he was incongruous in this tournament because he has never played this course before. Feeling scared (Participial) to lose, he turns on the radio and listens to some pump up music. After parking the car and getting his gear, Alex walks to the tent for sign in. As he signs in, he is given a Dynamic Disc Ranger Bag and then six discs as the Player Pack for this tournament....   [tags: personal narrative]

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Flash Drivers and Optical storage

- Flash Drives and Optical Storage Bill Gates once said, “I think it's fair to say that personal computers have become the most empowering tool we've ever created. They're tools of communication, they're tools of creativity, and they can be shaped by their user.” Flash drives and optical storage is not something people think about on a daily basis. What most people don’t realize is that a lot of times a person uses their laptop, their optical drive is helping them out tremendously. Or the report that was started at work and wasn’t finished is probably going to be brought home to finish on a flash drive....   [tags: CD, DVD, USB]

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Flash Drives and Optical Storage

- Flash Drives and Optical Storage What is a flash Drive. Well a USB Flash drive is a memory storage device that is plugged into a computer or other mobile devices. Flash Drive also called Thumb drives are very convenient for users, they are small and light weight and have a memory storage ranging from 512MB to 64Mb. (Gary B. Shelly).Most flash drives are removable and rewriteable. USB Flash drives are typically used for backups or transfers of computer files. Flash drives consist of small printed circuit boards carrying circuit elements, and USB connecters that are installed electorally, and are protected by plastic, metal, and sometimes a rubberized case....   [tags: usb, disks, data]

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Collection and Identification of Plant Parts and Dental Caries Pathogens

- Collection and Identification of Plant Parts and Dental Caries Pathogens.  Plant Materials Collection The small branches of locally available Z. zanthoxyloides and T. glaucescens were collected from local Ogbete main market Enugu and were authenticated by Prof. Okigbo R.N of the department of Botany of Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka. These plant materials were dried under the sun for two weeks and also cut into pieces of approximately 15cms and transferred to the oven set at 45°C for 20-30mins before it was reduced to fine powder with the aid of mechanical grinder....   [tags: caries sample, patients, tooth]

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The Mechanical Hearth Valve

- Addressing Issues with Thrombosis and Investigating Backflow in the Bileaflet Mechanical Heart Valve (St. Jude Medical Valve) Introduction The past six decades have fostered the rise of remarkable innovations in the design and production of mechanical heart valves that are safe and hemodynamically favorable. The mechanical heart valves have been used widely over this time with the successful implantation of over 100,000 Omni-Brand tilting-disc valves and 300,000 Hall-Brand tilting-disc valves since the late 70's [1]....   [tags: implantation, tissue valve replacement]

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Physics of MiniDisk Players

- Introduction: In 1986, designers at Sony began the quest to develop a sound medium that combined the benefits of the compact disc, such as sound quality and track accessibility, with the recordability of the cassette tape, in a player with unprecedented portability. They gave engineers the task of creating what would later be called the Minidisc, a wallet sized unit that could record, play, and store music on cartridge enclosed discs. Engineers integrated several technologies to produce the Minidisc, all utilizing the laws of physics....   [tags: physics electronics minidisk]

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Being a Radio Disk Jockey

- Being a Radio Disk Jockey missing sources cited Imagine a career that music fanatics everywhere would love to have. Imagine sitting in a sound room all day, talking calls from listeners and playing the music of one’s choice. Imagine interviewing your favorite musicians, and afterwards attending their concerts, including a tour backstage. The job being described is the one of a radio disc jockey. As a disc jockey, one communicates through music to an audience from around the surrounding areas, therefore must know what they are doing, and what the people want to hear....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Format Video Game Platforms For The Future

- Formatting Video Game Platforms for the Future Video games have impacted world culture since the late 1970’s. Video game companies like Atari and Midway helped lead this digital revolution by introducing arcade games such as Pong, Pac-Man, and Asteroids. Though Atari and Midway receive the most recognition for beginning this video game revolution, no video game technology would have been possible if not for Japanese companies like Namco and Taito. Namco and Taito created the software for the video games listed earlier....   [tags: Video game console, Nintendo, Video game]

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Flash Drives and Optical Storage

- Flash Drives and Optical Storage Flash drives and Optical Storage are quick and easy ways to transfer data, and with all the technology that has been introduced over the years, these have many uses. There compact, portable, and very useful in many situations. To help understand these two topics more in depth, I will be explaining what they are, how they are used, and many other details. First, I will be explaining flash drives. Flash drives are a data storage device that includes flash memory with an integrated Universal Serial Bus (USB) interface (Wikipedia)....   [tags: technology, data, transfer]

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Difference Between BD and DVD

- BD and DVD both have pits and bumps. The difference between the two is that the BD pits and bumps are smaller and packed closer together. A blue laser is used to read the BD. The BD has spiral tracks running from the center of the disc out to the edges. The information is stored in these tracks in the form of audio and video. The blue laser used to read this information has a wavelength of approximately 405 nanometers and must be much more accurate than that of a DVD as the pits and bumps are smaller and closer together....   [tags: blue laser, tracks]

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The Adult Spinal Column

- Abstract—Understanding the relationship between repetitive lifting and the breakdown of disc tissue over several years of exposure is difficult to study in vivo and in vitro. The aim of this investigation was to develop an asymmetric Porovisco elastic finite element model of a lumbar motion segment that reflects the biological properties and behaviors of in vivo disc Finite element predictions were compared to in vivo measurements published by Tyrrell et al. (1985) of percent change in total stature for two loading protocols, short-term creep loading and standing recovery and short-term cyclic loading with standing recovery....   [tags: Biology, Tissues]

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The Future of Biomedical Engineering

- While still a young and relatively new field, biomedical engineering has been reported as the fastest growing career in America. With a projected growth of seventy-two percent by the year 2018, the potential for new opportunities and projects is immense (“Fastest Growing Jobs”). While past innovation has solely included use of artificial devices, the field is now exploring the use of regenerative medicine and stem cells, cells that can be used for the growth of tissues or organs. The use of stem cells may lead to several future advancements including the regeneration of back discs, laboratory grown kidneys, and the cure for Alzheimer’s Disease....   [tags: Biomedical Engineering Essays]

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How Audio Products Work

- How Audio Products Work There are several standard music distribution formats. The MP3 and the compact disc (CD) are the two most common at the moment, but cassette tapes are still around. The Sony Minidisk is another format that Sony has been trying to popularize for many years. A Minidisk looks a lot like a floppy disk but is slightly smaller (7 cm, 2.75 inches square). CDs store 74 minutes of music in a nearly indestructible form and have the advantage of being a digital format, but until fairly recently you could not record on a CD....   [tags: Papers]

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Mercedes-Benz CL-Class v/s BMW 3

- MERC v/s the BMW: Mercedes-Benz CL-Class 500: Engine Engine Type V-Type Engine Engine Description 5.5L 388bhp V8 Engine Displacement (cc) 5461 No. of Cylinders 8 Maximum Power 388@6,000 (PS@rpm) Maximum Torque 54@2,800-4,800 (kgm@rpm) Valves per Cylinder 4 Valve Configuration DOHC Fuel Supply System SEFI Bore x Stroke 98 x 90.5 mm Compression Ratio 10.7:1 Transmission Transmission Type Automatic Gear box 7 Speed Drive Type RWD Overdrive Yes Suspension System Front Suspension 4-link with antilift control & stabilizer bar Rear Suspension Independent Multi-link with an...   [tags: Automobile Analysis ]

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Old Car vs. New Car

- Cars general work with the engine turning over from the driver using their key which makes the four piston strokes start. Once that happens, it starts moving getting hot and while that is happening, it moves the transmission belt which moves the alternator, and the alternator starts generating power through kinetic energy which in turns keeps the battery powered so you don’t lose power while driving. After the engine does that then power is supplied to the various computers in the car which gets it started moving....   [tags: purchase analysis]

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Motivation Plan For An Organization

- Leadership Style Michael Green LDR/531 January 13th, 2016 Dr. Kathleen Kemmer   Motivation Plan Strategic Development One of the most important component to any organization are its employees. Successful organizations exhibit the leadership skills essential for providing maximum job satisfaction and performance in their employees. These skills ensure high levels of motivation throughout the organization. Leaders must develop and implement motivational strategies to get the highest work performance out of their employees....   [tags: Employment, Management, Motivation]

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The Blu.Ray Media Player

- ... Pixels are the smallest element of a picture that can be transferred to a digital display, and the quality of the video depends on the number of pixels. The Blu-ray player can do multiple things such as recording, rewriting, and playing high-definition videos (7 Facts). The equipment also contains 24p True Cinema output, which delivers an experience that resembles actually being in the theater (New Networked Blu-ray). In 2012, Pioneer Electronics created a 3D addition to their Blu-ray player, making the viewing experience more realistic....   [tags: media technology research paper]

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Lumbar Microdiscectomy

- Patients suffering from herniated disc(s) of the spine have a variety of options available to them to help alleviate the pain they feel. When conservative methods do not deal with the symptoms, there is a minimally invasive and highly effective procedure that can be performed: the lumbar microdiscectomy. The relevant anatomy, preoperative diagnostic tests/procedures, preoperative procedures, including OR setup, prepping of patient, and draping, the surgical procedure and post operative results and potential complications will be described and discussed....   [tags: Surgical Procedures]

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Car And Bicycle Brakes

- Caliper Brakes Effectiveness: good mechanical advantage as it allows the operator to brake with little effort on the hydraulic lever, which needs to be squeezed. Material: Calipers are fixed mount, opposed piston calipers cast from aluminium alloy. Calipers are the hydraulic clamp portion of the disc braking system. Manufactured from either ferrous or non-ferrous materials and bolted firmly to the suspension upright(or knuckle) the caliper holds the pads in place and, through the action hydraulic pistons actuated by the master cylinder, force them against the rotating surface of the disc when pressure is applied to the brake pedal....   [tags: essays research papers]

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History of the Development of Brakes

- History of the Development of Brakes The first brakes were drum brakes. They were metal upon metal, and made a terrible noise, although they did work. Since then, brakes have been made with asbestos, which is heat resistant, hard wearing, and relatively silent. Drum Brake (1890s~1980s) The working parts of a drum brake are contained in a hard metal drum that is attached to the hub of a wheel and revolves with it. Inside, but unattached to the drum, are a pair of stationary curved brake shoes that are normally held away from the drum by springs....   [tags: Design and Technology]

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The Theory Of Planetary Motion And Nasa 's Kepler Spacecraft 's Discovery

-   Introduction As scientist and astronomer continue the journey to look for a single theory that could explain the workings of everything, for example from the smallest of matters such as quarks to the largest such as galaxies and black holes. We achieve ground-breaking discoveries day by day and gradually we get closer towards the ultimate goal of the Theory of Everything. This writing contains the combine information gathered from official sites, well-known writings, documentaries as well as some official graphs and illustrations....   [tags: Planet, Solar System, Earth, Jupiter]

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The Evolution of Portable Music Devices and How They Impact Society

- Between 1877 and 1925, there was an acoustic era. Acoustics is a branch of science introduced by Joseph Sauveur in the early eighteenth century (Chanan 22). Music was acoustically made using pure instruments and raw recordings. In 1925, headphones were introduced, which brought about the electrical era (Taylor 12). By the 1920s, more than 150 companies were making records and record players, which played discs. The discs were typically seven inches in diameter and played at a speed of 78 revolutions per minute....   [tags: music industry and listening technology]

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Leadership : A Leadership Assessment Quiz

- Have you ever taken the time to determine if you have the “juice”. According to the Urban Dictionary’s webpage, the term juice refers to having respect and credibility on the street. However, as a leader, we are always hoping that we have this same respect and credibility in the work environment. A good way to determine whether or not you are, or will be, a good leader is to take a leadership assessment quiz. A leadership assessment quiz is an excellent tool to aid in determining one’s possible effectiveness as a leader....   [tags: Leadership, Management, Skill, Multiple choice]

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Technology of the DVD Player

- Ever since Thomas Edison’s introduction of the first commercially viable film projection device in the late 19th century, society has been enamored with the idea of recording and playing back events in the form of “motion pictures,” and the 20th century has marked a rapid progression of said technology. Initially, video playback was expensive and cumbersome, meaning that consumers had to attend movie theaters to enjoy their favorite flicks. The next advance came in the 1970’s with the development of the Video Home System (better known as VHS), which brought about the advent of VCR’s and the ability to view “video tapes” in the comfort of your own home....   [tags: Technology]

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Types Indicators Of Personality Test

- Everyone’s personalities are different. After taking the “Everything DISC Personality Test” I have realized there are a lot more personalities than I thought. There are many things you can find out about personality test. You can find the name of the creator of the test, what the test measures, type indicators of the test, how the scores are calculated, your personal results, if you think the results are accurate and if you would recommend it to a peer. “Everything DISC” has been around for quite some time....   [tags: Personality psychology, Personality type]

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How to burn a cd

- This is copied off of howstuffworks.com i just needed something to get into an account.. sorry. In 2000, one of the biggest news stories was the rise of Napster and similar file-sharing programs. With these programs, you could get an MP3 version of just about any song you want without shelling out a dime. The record companies were fairly upset over this turn of events, and understandably so: They weren't making any money off the distribution of their product to millions of people. An external writable CD drive, also called a CD burner: With this type of drive, you can take music or data files from your computer and make your own CDs....   [tags: essays research papers]

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Interocular Transfer of the Motion After-Effect

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Apple's Digital Music Player Market

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Toshiba Protégé R700

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