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  • The Design of a Wireless Sensor Network

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    The design of WSN includes various disciplines like database, query processing, networking, algorithms and distributed systems. The basic functionality of WSN generally depends on the applications but the following requirements are typical. I) determine the value of a parameter at a given location. II) Detect the occurrence of events of interest and estimate the parameters of the events. III) Classify the object that has been detected. IV) Track an object. Sensing principles include mechanical,

  • Look Up Table Research

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    simplifying model design. Briefly explain how this is so. During the modelling process of a design a number of complex decision involving a cascade of codes and statements are produced but can all be replaced with a simple look up table. A look up table is easier to understand and modify compared to a number of complex and convoluted statements. Look up tables simplify the process of applying mathematical codes and processes creating a more realistic, simplistic and timely approach to the design process in

  • Database Management System

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    DBM405 (Database Management System) Abstract The research that I have done for this individual assignment where I need to provide a brief explanation of OLAP, Data Warehouse and Data Mart, Three-tier architecture and ASP was through a research online. I found that most of these acronyms for computer terminology are hard to find when the meanings that apply to your subject or acronym you are un-aware of it. In conclusion all the above words are related one to each other. Let me start this

  • Various Types of Database Models

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    1. Database Models The initial development of data storage started with the file system and these files have actually no relation or information of the application using these files. These files are accessed through the application containing the information or name of the files so these files cannot be considered as database but used to store information about the database. The application software is not aware of the structure of the file but as compared to it database management system consists

  • The Importance Of Design

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    What is Design? It is important that designers and innovators know how to protect the products of their own intellect and creative ideas. Many of these creative industries include multimedia, photography, advertising, animation, illustration and graphic design, just to name a few. Design is an ability and skill that develops products to improve functionality, efficiency and style. It has become vital to building livable and sustainable communities. Design, by definition, refers to the ‘features

  • Entities And Attributes For Fleet Truck Maintenance

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    Smith Consulting developed entities and attributes for their Fleet Trucking Maintenance database. Unfortunately, the creator of the database was not available and the development of the database system was not able to be completed. D Team realizes that the development of a reliable database system is needed to provide for the tracking of scheduled and unscheduled maintenance for their fleet. Therefore, a database along with forms, tables, queries, and reports that tracks information gathered by maintenance

  • Importance Of Multimedia Data In The Classroom

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    searching for information using conventional methods that may not function well with multimedia data. Educators need to efficiently interact and manage a variety of digital media files too. The purpose of this study is to review current multimedia database applications usage in teaching and learning, and further discuss some of the issues or concerns that educators may faced when incorporating multimedia data into their classrooms. The objectives to be achieve may include to improve the adaptation

  • Application Security

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    [3], game design refers to “something to program about.” When creating games, one must take into account the flow and structure of a game. These cannot be ignored since a domino effect follows: poor design will lead to a poor implementation of the game. A poorly implemented design would then lead to a program that is vulnerable to both simple and complex attacks. [1] mentions that loopholes or bugs in games may occur as a product of poor game design. This brings another point: poor design can lead

  • The Innovative Database and information Research Lab

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    Science as my career path. I am writing this essay to prove my eligibility as a PhD student in Computer Science. I will try to describe my academic background, professional experience, research interest and finally my reasons for choosing to do PhD in Database and Data mining related fields in the next few paragraphs. Academic Background My under-graduate study at Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, which is the most prestigious institutions in the country, exposed me to all the core

  • IDEO is a Successful Product Development Firm

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    development schedule that was less then half of what it took to design the stunningly beautiful and palm V. History: In 1975, Kelly joined the stanford university program in product design throught part-time consulting experience he found to his surprise that most consulting firms consisted of specialist with tecnological companies lacking clear access to a general product development firm. IDEO started in 1991 when David Kelly’s design merged with two companies ID 2 led by renowned designer Bill Moggridge