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Narrative and Numbers
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...numbers are not facts in the empirical sense. Rather, they are facts in the inference sense. It is for this reason that analysts and the business press often use numbers to verify company narratives as truth or fiction. Taking this point further, we can state that financial numbers "are socio-technically constructed in ways which often allow several different narratives to find empirical support." Pro-forma statements, for example, are complex numbers which are not narratives in themselves. However, they can be a resource which analysts can select, use, and put together to weave a story. The numbers "do not speak for themselves" and can ultimately be reformulated into a variety... Running Head:...
Managing/Manipulating the Numbers
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...numbers. The Enron Debacle The higher management at well known Enron Corp. never looked concerned or disrupted with how people of the world looked at their business applications, although no one would have thought of such a shocking conclusion for the nation's chief and most inventive energy dealer. At least on the face of it, Enron's off-balance-sheet manipulation barely seems the stuff that would cavern a corporate organization this huge. (“The Enron Debacle” 2). As a result of the practices followed by the company, the shareholders lost almost $11 billion... ?Managing/Manipulating the Numbers There are numerous reasons why a company attempts to manage its numbers through various tools and methods....
Database Applications
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...applications and users simultaneously. Despite its complexity as compared to flat text files and spreadsheets, it actually makes things easier considering the weaknesses of the latter (i.e. redundant information, outdated data, file size, complex protection of data from unauthorized use and from becoming corrupt), particularly when working with large-scale applications. These issues aforementioned are taken cared of Relational Database Management System (RDBMS), such that the flexibility and security of data outweighs the complexity of the system. Codd's idea was to break down a long row...
Nurse-Authored features that use Web 2.0 applications
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...Use Web 2.0 Applications al Affiliation) Web 2.0 describes the last generation of world web that enables people around the world to share information online. It also refers to the use of more dynamic web pages compared to the previously used HTML web page that only allowed the user to read the content. In nursing schools, the web 2.0 tools are now part of the curriculum where it has provided a link of communication between medical librarians and the faculty (Lemley & Burnham, 2009). Web 2.0 enhances online collaboration in medical and nursing facilities. Apparently, nursing schools uses Web 2.0 tools for preclinical and clinical training (Lemley & Burnham, 2009). http... ...
Discuss accounting principles and applications for business and personal use.
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...Application Accounting Application ACCOUNTING PRINCIPLES AND APPLICATIONS FOR PERSONAL USE Accounting is a great management tool of financial resources. When we talk of accounting, it is mostly associated with business terminologies. However, what we overlook is the significance of accounting in our daily life. Accounting provide immense assistance in managing household expenses and savings, at the same time it helps in managing an individual’s personal spending in a wise manner (McLaney, 2009). How it does so, the reasons will be elaborated in further discussion. Firstly, when it comes to household, monthly expenditure is one thing that affects every family member... Running Heading: Accounting...
Applications
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...Applications Lecturer I would want to bring the use of ALVINN autonomous driving system in Homeland Security Agency. This civilian application will introduce the use of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) that are able to travel for a distance of up to 90 miles at speeds of up to 70 mph without human intervention. Use of unmanned ground vehicles would help the agency to curb cases of robbery that have been witnessed targeting its transportation vehicles hence compromising the security of confidential data records in transit. According to Zegart (2014, p.264), several homeland security drivers have been dead...
Random Numbers
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...Numbers Number) February 10, (Faculty) Generating Random Numbers Random numbers can be termed as a group of numbers showing absolutely no relationship to each other in a sequence of occurrence. The fashion in which the numbers occur should be unpredictable and allowing each integer a chance to occur. Random numbers are used in random statistics such as random sampling as well as random treatments when it comes to treating experimental units. Most commonly, the idea of random numbers is applicable in simulation studies. Various phenomena in physics are random in nature and many of the scientists apply algorithms in solving most of their scientific problems. While practicing the use... Generating Random...
Techniques used in the separation and identification of chemical compound and their real world applications
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...used in the separation and identification of chemical compound and their real world applications Chemical techniques have enabled the food, and pharmaceutical companies to fasten their quality control. In connection to this, these industries have been able to produce more products, hence increasing their production output. Some of these techniques are; High performance liquid chromatography, atomic absorption spectroscopy and Energy dispersive X-ray Fluorescence. The objective of this paper, is therefore to explain how, the three techniques work, how they applied in the industries and their limitations. High Liquid Performance chromatography (HPLC) This is a chemical technique... CHEMISTRY Techniques...
A commentary on the potentials of social media applications
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...using social media services in community education and training. On the other hand, there are perceptible pitfalls associated with the use of social media in community-based learning and collaboration. Potential of social media application for the support of collaborative and community –based learning Social media helps in the emergence of information from different various numbers of people... ?A COMMENTARY ON THE POTENTIALS AND PITFALLS OF SOCIAL MEDIA APPLICATIONS FOR THE SUPPORT OF COLLABORATIVE AND COMMUNITY-BASED LEARNING, DRAWING ON BOTH YOUR OWN EXPERIENCE AND THE RESEARCH LITERATURE Student’s name: Professor’s name: Institution’s name: Course code: Date Table of Contents Table of Contents 1...
RF resonators for MR applications
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...complex arrangement involving greater numbers of individual coil elements also compensates for signal-to-noise associated with parallel imaging (Schmitt et al., 2007). Phased arrays containing 32 coil elements are available for those with serious interest in acquiring/designing MRI systems. A multichannel system for RF coils improves the ability to accelerate two-dimensional images in a single dimension. MRI devices utilizing multi-channel coil elements are available in 1.5 and 3 Tesla models. 128 Channel Receive Coil The utilization of a three Tesla design allows the construction of a 128 channel receive coil. Smaller coil elements can be used without a rise... Radiofrequency Resonators for Magnetic ...
RF Resonators for MR Applications
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...complexity has enhanced the signal to noise ratio determining the level of useful imaging content available to clinicians. (Ibrahim et al. 2001) But as a feasible diagnostic instrument, there are still considerable technical challenges that detract from the quality of imaging available and pose further difficulties for engineers and medical professionals alike. Higher frequencies of magnetic resonance created the demand for greater complexity... ?Radiofrequency Resonators for Magnetic Resonance Applications This analysis summarizes the history and prospects for future development of magnetic resonance imaging pertaining to radiofrequency resonator elements. The fundamental basics of MRI technology are...
Competitive use of technology
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...application of information or knowledge in order to complete the desire task that can bring change in the human environment by doing practical and complex human works with ease, comfort and with timeliness. Or in simple... ?Contents Introduction: 2 Competitive use of technology and its effects on businesses: 3 Affects on services: 4 Affects on Projects with reference to Teams: 5 Affects on supply chain businesses: 5 Affects on business mobility: 5 Affects on switching costs: 6 Resources: 6 Advantages of competitive use of technology: 6 Competitive use of technology can result in increasing market shares (revenues): 7 Competitive use of technology can help increasing productivity and reducing operation...
Working With Numbers and Formulas
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...number of miles you travel if you average 26 miles per gallon and the gallons of gas used Yes d. The total days of vacation earned after y years of work if you earn two vacation days for every three months you work. No ___________________________________________________________________ Question 4: (Missing Data) Question 5: The following table gives information from a sample of college students: gender; number of children in family of origin; and number of children in their ideal family, in which they may someday be a parent. a. Sketch a scatterplot of the data collected from the students... Economics: Chapter 7: Study question 12: Key Question The following table shows nominal GDP and an appropriate...
Toward a theoretical and substantial understanding of complex social networks
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...complex networks, Paul Erdos and Alfred Renyi postulated a model by which a random network behaves in such a way that it exhibits behavior reminiscent of a phase transition, or the transformation of one physical state into another, such as water changing into ice (Malkevitch, 2012). Applying their theory to a random graph, Erdos and Renyi found that if the probability p used in applying an edge to a random graph is a function of the number of vertices n, a substantive transition takes place when p achieves a critical value (2012). According to the Erdos-Renyi model, all nodes have the same probability of being linked to other nodes. However, many researchers have determined... ? TOWARD A THEORETICAL AND...
Radiofrequency Resonators for Magnetic Resonance Applications
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...complexity has enhanced the signal to noise ratio determining the level of useful imaging content available to clinicians. (Ibrahim et al. 2001) But as a feasible diagnostic instrument, there are still considerable technical challenges that detract from the quality of imaging available and pose further difficulties for engineers and medical professionals alike. Higher frequencies of magnetic resonance created the demand for greater complexity... ?Radiofrequency Resonators for Magnetic Resonance Applications This analysis summarizes the history and prospects for future development of magnetic resonance imaging pertaining to radiofrequency resonator elements. The fundamental basics of MRI technology are...
Use Of Benford's Law In Fraud Investigation
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...applications, computerized and otherwise, as the law helps scientists and data analysts in predicting the frequencies of numbers and/or in analyzing discrepancies and errors in data sets. Benford’s Law presents itself as a significant tool in analyzing numerical data in a wide range of applications, however, as in the case of any natural rule, the Law has limitations. An understanding of the limitations would be imperative to examining the significance and use of law in practical life applications. Limitations of Benford’s Law Benford’s law is not applicable universally and is invalid in certain situations; for example, the law does not apply: To uniform distributions... USE OF BENFORDS LAW IN FRAUD...
Robotic Surgery Technology: Regulatory Requirements for International Medical Licensing, Healthcare Applications, and Clinical Use
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...Applications, and Clinical Use Date: Table of Contents Abstract…………………………………………………………………………………… 2 Introduction………………………………………………………………………………. 3 Statement of the problem…………………………………………………………………. 5 Research objectives……………………………………………………………………….. 5 Research questions………………………………………………………………………... 6 Review of previous literature……………………………………………………………... 6 Research methodology……………………………………………………………………. 9 Reflections………………………………………………………………………………… 11 Recommendations……………………………………………………………………….... 13 Conclusion………………………………………………………………………………… 14 Timetable………………………………………………………………………………….. 14 References... Robotic Surgery Technology: Regulatory Requirements for International Medical Licensing, Healthcare...
Cyber crime Laws and The Financial analysis applications Use In Saudi Arabia.
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...applications Use In Saudi Arabia. Legislation is the moral fiber of all societies.Laws and with moral ethics can lead to a peaceful as well as a free world with no annoyance. Legislation is the key to structuring a safe society and makes the state an appropriate place for living as well as linking with the others. Because cybercrime is a threat and a problem to the social life, so it is very essential that it has laws of its own and be a restraint to the doer of the crimes ("Cybercrime and the Law: An Islamic View," n.d.). In Saudi Arabia, there is a particular case such that the penalties levied as punishment are agreed as outlined in the Qur’an along... Cyber crime Laws and The Financial analysis...
Discuss the use of Lasers in Compact Disk Players for audio (CD) and computer applications (DVD)
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...Use of Lasers in Compact Disk Players for Audio (CD) and Computer Applications (DVD) Introduction For years, humans have tried to come up with the most appropriate ways of storing maximum amount of information by using minimal space, and in various ways they have succeeded to cope with the problem. Decades ago, data and information were stored in scrolls and other written materials, such as books, which took a lot of space and energy to organize. However, today things have changed, and a micro chip can store billions of data and information which can be shared around the world in seconds. Ways of storing data is not the only thing that has improved over the years but also means of ensuring... ? The Use...
Discuss the use of Lasers in Compact Disk Players for audio (CD) and computer applications (DVD)
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...Use of Lasers in Compact Disk Players for Audio (CD) and Computer Applications (DVD) Introduction For years, humans have tried to come up with the most appropriate ways of storing maximum amount of information by using minimal space, and in various ways they have succeeded to cope with the problem. Decades ago, data and information were stored in scrolls and other written materials, such as books, which took a lot of space and energy to organize. However, today things have changed, and a micro chip can store billions of data and information which can be shared around the world in seconds. Ways of storing data is not the only thing that has improved over the years but also means of ensuring... The Use of...
Environments and Numbers
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...numbers begin to have meaning, through creative projects that support visual and auditory learning, they will begin to see how things can be added and subtracted to have more and less. In using a game, a sound lesson, and an art lesson, the interest in numbers will emerge as application of the concept of numbers is made upon real world ideas. In combining the lesson with environments, the information includes a secondary opportunity for learning as different environments are explored. Lesson 1 The Ocean Anderson, S. (2011). What can live in the ocean?. Minneapolis: Lerner Publications. This book is an informative, non-fiction book... ?Running Head: LITERATURE AND LEARNING Environment and Environments and ...
Managing/Manipulating the Numbers
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...used the mark-to-market accounting allegedly to reflect the true economic value of its transactions from what was called complex long-term contracts (Thomas n.p.). Using complexity as a camouflage, Enron recognized revenues in its financial statements based on estimated present value of net future cash flow even... of Managing/Manipulating the Numbers This paper seeks to discuss the variety of reasons why businesses attempt to manage their reported assets, liabilities, revenues, expenses, or income. The paper will illustrate how companies do the same and their reasons for doing the same. What the companies do to manage accounting information? In the article...
George cantor. infinite numbers
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...Numbers George Philipp Cantor is known to have introduced the concept of infinite numbers and also the concept of set theory following his discovery of cardinal numbers. In addition to the discovery of cardinal numbers and set theory, Cantor also proved real numbers’ non-denumerability thereby advancing the study of trigonometric series. Cantor was born on 1845 in St Petersburg, Russia where they later moved out following the bad health condition of their father. The family settled in Germany and this became Cantor’s “real” home. Cantor immediately joined school where he used to perform well in mathematics though his father wanted him to become an engineer... ?Sophie Cordoba Hector de Leon Infinite...
Regulatory Requirements for International Medical Licensing, Healthcare Applications, and Clinical Use
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...Applications, and Clinical Use : Table of Contents Table of Contents 0 Abstract 1 Introduction 2 Review of Previous Research 4 Research Methodology 7 Reflections 9 Conclusion 11 Timetable 12 References 13 Appendix 17 Abstract Robotic surgery devices such as the da Vinci Surgical System represent some of the most innovative advances in medicine today, but the industry presents questions related to medical device regulation that may challenge existing standards by the FDA and other agencies. This dissertation will review the leading companies, products, and research related to robotic surgery devices... ? Robotic Surgery Technology: Regulatory Requirements for International Medical Licensing, Healthcare...
The title is related to New applications of mathematics or Maths and technology
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...applications of mathematics on both arts and science. It further focuses on one of the fields of science, namely ‘biology’, for elaboration and evidence. Mathematics can be described as a science of numbers that involves quantities, relationships and measurements. A further focus on this science reveals results of its different applications as follows: APPLICATIONS OF MATHEMATICS TO ARTS The domain of arts is widespread on a number of things. It uses creativity and skill to bring objects to a state that confirms to aesthetic sense. The applications of mathematics, that is, of numerical... ? "DESPITE DIFFERENCES IN THE NATURE OF SCIENCES CAN MATHEMATICS BE APPLIED TO ARTS AND BIOLOGY?" THESIS MENT:...
Use of ict
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...numbers of HEIs provide courses using wireless technology (for example, m-learning) as an substitute to learning and teaching tools. However, despite such interests in wireless technologies in HEIs, there is insufficient academic research on the use of wireless technologies in the HEIs setting. 3. Computer-Based Application Computers utilization in HEIs brings about the issue of eLearning. To many, eLearning is a confusing issue with no straightforward definition of whatever it comprises. In the UK, most HEIs seek to drive technology, training and implementation of eLearning. These institutions do this with appropriate services and appropriate... Use of ICT Introduction Information and Communication...
Power in numbers
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...used to parse sensor signals from North Sea oil apparatuses, consolidated with the climate and auxiliary data, to anticipate disappointment of parts before it happens. As the flood of organizations gathered data transforms into a downpour, SAS and other software organizations are attempting to discover better approaches to saddle it. Works Cited Hardy, Quentin. Power in the Numbers: Forbes Magazine dated May 24, 2010. Pg. 1-5 Kaplan, David A. SAS: A new no. 1 best employer: Fortune Magazine Jan 2010. Pg. 1-8 Lohr, Steve. At a Software Powerhouse, the Good Life Is Under Siege. New York Times. November 22, 2009. Pg. 1-8... Article Review Power in numbers This articles...
Why numbers matter?
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...Numbers Matter? Chapter to be covered: Chapter 4 - Managing Your Money Thesis Statement: ‘Mathematical theories and concepts are very useful and should be applied to contemporary financial issues such as managing personal investments and savings in order to create a profitable combination.’ In today’s era, economies of nations are experiencing varying trends in terms of growth and recession. To tackle this anomaly, people should have an understanding of the financial environment of the economy in which they reside. This can be made effective with the use of mathematical concepts and numbers as these have significant...
Just in Time Applications in Construction Projects
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...applicant whos exposed to these problems would eventually react, but a good material management system should have expected such problems and taken the initiatives to optimize solutions. 1.5: JIT Construction Materials System Different materials are purchased for construction projects ranges in terms of volume, cost, quantity, type, location from site. Obviously, huge numbers of materials have been acquired and delivered to worksite in order to be installed. However, a study shows that materials used in construction projects can be categorized in terms of ordering system into four basic divisions: (Akintoye, 1995: 108) Synchronized system Prescheduled ordering system Periodic... Just in Time...
Law of Numbers
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...Numbers A The law of large numbers (LLN) explains that as the number of trials increase, the random variable becomes stable in the long-run. If a trial of probable situation is repeated again and again, then the more times the trial is repeated, the more likely it is that the frequency of any particular event will be close to the probability of that event. Condition applied here is of an independent and identically distributed random variable which has a finite population mean and variance. In such a condition it is expected that the average of these observations will approach and stay close to the population mean. [2] B If a coin is tossed many times, the more times it is tossed... Law of Large Numbers ...
Firewall Applications
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...USE: Windows XP (SP2), Vista, Windows 7 (128 MB RAM). Not available for portable devices. FIREWALL NUMBER 2: Online Armor Premium FUNCTIONALITY The software reduces popups by allowing only the trusted set of programs to access the internet. It determines the set of trusted and non- trusted programs by maintaining a set of sites that may attract potential scam. The Firewall passes all the known leak tests in order to protect the host computing device. Survives spy attempts and transfer of diseased files that may sometimes survive system reboots. Detects and acts against applications that assign themselves substantial system privileges. “Banking Mode” is a salient feature... Firewall Applications Submitted ...
Complex Nursing
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...used today. In the case of ARDS related to bowel surgery, it is even higher (Porth... Running head: CASE REVIEW ICU Client ICU Client Case Review ICU Case Review Outline I. II. Introduction III. Respiratory Assessment A. ARDS Pathophysiology B. Nursing Goals i. Ventilator ii. Respirator Status iii. Collaboration health team iv. Potential for fluid overload v. Sedation vi. Blood gases vii. Safety viii. Ventilator pneumonia prevention ix. Hypotention x. Nutrition xi. Skin integrity xii. Psychosocial issues IV. Abdominal assessment V. Drug Therapy VI. Conclusion ICU Case Review Abstract Mr. Ian Warren is a 52 year old client who is married with two children and has been admitted to the hospital for colon r...
COMPLEX ORGANIZATIONS
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...number of employees are transferring its organizational structure in to the complex organizational structure. Complex organization basically means the organization that are operating with a combination of multiple strategies and connecting the employees with the dynamic networks of interaction. The advancement in technology has brought up a new concept of working. Now the human more rely on technology because it is reducing the human efforts. The advancement in technology is adapted by the organizations in order to operate in more systemized... The research report is designed to find out the best suited theory of management in the organizations of today. This research includes some management theories...
Curve Graph - numbers included
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...use a MAC computer Nancy and Bill are auto mechanics. Nancy takes 4 hours to replace a clutch and 2 hours to replace a set of brakes. Bill takes 6 hours to replace a clutch and 2 hours to replace a set of brakes. State whether anyone has an absolute advantage at either task, and for each task, identify who has a comparative advantage. a. Nancy has absolute advantage over Bill at replacing a clutch. b. Nancy has comparative advantage over Bill at replacing a clutch, but Bill has comparative advantage over Nancy at replacing a set of brakes. i. Nancy’s opportunity cost of replacing a clutch is 2 brake replacements, while Bill’s opportunity cost is 3... I do not know if this makes any difference, but I use ...
Database Applications
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...application of business information. In this scenario IS uses a series of processes and methodologies that could be employed to facilitate the development and utilization of an information system. In addition, a number of developers have developed and employed engineering technique like that system development life cycle (SDLC) that is a systematic process of developing an IS by dividing it into phases that occur in series. Additionally, an IS could be developed in house (inside the business... Database and booking System Report Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Need for new technology 3 New software implementation using database technology 4 Relational Database 5 Conclusion 8 Reference...
The Promise of Stem Cell Research for Solving Complex Medical Problems
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...useful because they can be manipulated in any way a researcher needs in order to make discoveries. Also, the stem cell lines are useful in research because they can be frozen and shipped to other laboratories for other applications. However, the prospect of creating embryos is particularly troubling for ethicists and members of the public who believe that life begins at conception. If life originates at the fertilization of an egg by a sperm... ethical question that must be answered then is whether the value that stem cells offer outweigh the costs they take on violating the dignity of human embryos that are created in order for fully pluripotent stem cell lines to exist. For the most part,...
Software applications
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...numbers. PPT and Exel are very useful for creating presentations and tables. PPT gives much space for creativity; one can select different styles and formats or slides. Moreover, it is possible to insert multimedia files such as music, video or pictures in the presentation to make it entertaining. When I have to present something, I usually use this application to create some support for my speech. Exel is applicable... Software Applications Software Applications MS Office Suite includes various applications which simplify work with digitaltexts and their procession. I often use PPT, MS Word and Exel to facilitate work with texts. All these applications are simple in their use, but they have different...
Neil Postman The Surrender of Culture to Technology and the impact of Wikipedia and other web 2.0 applications on the use of inf
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...Applications on the Use of Information Introduction Different commentators have discussed the impact of the Internet on society. Among these commentators, there is general consensus that the Internet has revolutionized the way people live and how they conduct business. One of the major innovations that have come with the establishment of the World Wide Web is web 2.0. Although web 2.0 is nothing close to a new version of the World Wide Web, and neither is it an improvement on the technical specifications of the web, it has a lot to do with improvements related to how web pages are designed and used. Before the introduction of web 2.0, websites were generally... ?The Impact of Wikipedia and Other Web 2.0...
Computer applications
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...Applications Two technologies that a health care administrator can use to address one of the future challenges include electronic health records (EHRs) and computerized physician order entry (CPOE). Electronic health records not only collects patient information and display the test results, but also assists in the provision of medical orders and prescriptions which would be essential in making decisions regarding administering of treatment. On the other hand, ordering of services like laboratory tests could be done electronically as opposed to the current manual procedures which involves recording on order sheets. The use of computerized physician order entry will make... Final Examination: Computer...
Database Applications
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...useful information. Useful information is capable of minimizing costs and increasing revenue or doing both. The analysis of data requires the application of data mining software as an analytical tool. Data mining ensures analysis of data from different angles and dimensions. It also helps in categorizing and shortening the relationships of the data identified. Data mining seems to be a new term though it is not technologically. Over the years, many companies have applied the technology of data mining to sort through through supermarket scanner volumes besides conducting market research data analysis. Business... Database Applications Database Applications Data warehouses Data warehouse is the...
Cytochrome b6f complex
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...complex ID Number & Total Number of Words: 2,502 Introduction ified as an enzyme, the cytochrome b6f complex is located within the proximity of photosystems I to photosystems II and in the thylakoid membrane (Laisk, Nedbal and Govindjee, 2009, p. 159; Flores, 2008, p. 1842; Dashdorj et al., 2005; Hauska, Schutz and Buttner, 2004). Basically, the thylakoid membranes has a signficant role to play when it comes to the physiological function of algae, cyanobactria, and plants (Vothknecht et al., 2011). As one of the major photosynthetic protein that is widely been explored in the study of biochemistry, the cytochrome b6f complex is commonly found not only in green algae but also... in...
Database Applications
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...Applications What do we mean by groupware anyway? Groupware1 (McGovern,2003), in a comprehensive form, can be understood as programs or softwares or tools that facilitate people work together as a ‘group’ while being ‘distant’ from each other. These can be synchronous groupware (real time collaboration) like instant messenger, shared whiteboards, screen, application sharing tools, e-talk, audio-video conferencing tools etc. or asynchronous groupware (not real time collaboration) like email, calendar, email listing, discussion group, workflow, document manager etc. Arnisted2 (2001) categorizes and differentiate these softwares as family software and business software depending upon contact... ?Database...
Quadratic Equations and Prime Numbers
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...number on the right side and solve for x. (f) Set the left side of the equation equal to the negative square root of the number on the right side and solve for x. The values x = 2, and x = -5 satisfies the quadratic equation. Therefore, the solutions are correct. Using this approach, the solutions for some other quadratic equations are given below. A) ; Solution: , B) ; Solution: No real solution, as the right side of the equation is negative number in step (c) of this method (See Appendix 1). C); Solution: , D) ; Solution: , In conclusion, whenever it is possible to take square root of the right side of the equation in step (d... Project An Interesting Method for Solving Quadratic Equation from...
MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS
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...used both domestically and commercially. The company mainly sources ceramic tiles from Spain, Portugal & Italy. Low production cost of this product has been a major factor for it being preferred over other varieties. With a standard red or white biscuit and overglaze technique, virtually any pattern/design is achievable. However, the company recommends this product for soft foot traffic only i.e. bare or socked feet (e.g. hotel bathroom) and for any internal wall application. Porcelain offers a re-creation of natural material that will, after the technical process... stone & ceramic Ltd. Management Applications 2 3 5/10 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Executive Summary 3 Introduction 4 Background 4 ...
Nanotechnology Applications
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...applications in the different disciplines such as electronic industry, biological experimentations and nuclear physics and sub atomic particles exploration. The use of Nano technology is so dynamically broad that it even finds its application in the iron rods and the clubs that are used in the game of Golf. Owing to their light weight and other qualities, it is being used by the professional Golf playing sporting players from across the world. In the industries Nano technology... Nano Technology Application The ever faster progress in technological domain has given rise to the ever further faster shrinking of the size of electronic devices and equipment. Nano technology is one similar concept that...
Learning Applications
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...Applications Interesting Topics Strategic Human Resource management is often considered as achieving the organisation’s goals by the utilisation of HR strategies, policies and practices by people’ (Evans and Lindsay, 2008). The most intriguing topics in HRM 530 include: Competitive business strategy- The strategy that focuses on the needs of the customers and how to meet such needs effectively and consistently. For example, every banking business that truly wants to succeed must meet the customer’s needs through asking itself the question “why should customers bank with us?” The question will be the basis for the strategy they must adopt (Evans and Lindsay, 2008). Numerous studies have... Learning...
Complex Care Nursing
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...Complex care nursing Complex Care Nursing Complex Care Nursing Pathophysiology of Acute Pulmonary Oedema The signs and symptoms which Mr. Smith is experiencing are very much related to his acute pulmonary oedema. In this disease, fluid from the pulmonary capillaries would leak into the pulmonary interstitial space and the alveoli air spaces (Caterino and Kahan, 2003). The fluid accumulates mostly because of the heart’s difficulty in pumping blood to the different part of the body. Excess fluid then leaks into alveoli and negatively impacts on the oxygenation process of the cells (Greaves, et.al., 2006). Due to accumulated lung fluid, lung stiffness sets in, thereby causing Mr. Smith’s... ?Running head:...
Eudoxus and Dedekind Irrational Numbers and Mathematical Development
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...Numbers and Mathematical Development Irritation numbers has been enhanced by Greek mathematics Eudoxus and Debekind and input greatly to the mathematical development of the time period. Eudoxus of Cnidus ( 408-355 B.C.) was a student of Plato who became one of the greatest Greek mathematicians. He was also a doctor and astronomer and is credited with the theory of concentric spheres to explain the apparent motions of the heavenly bodies. Eudoxus proposed a theory of proportion to explain how incommensurable magnitudes could be used in geometry. His theory has been preserved for us in the fifth book of Euclid Elements (Dedekind, 1948). The theory, as stated, was very... Eudoxus and Dedekind: Irrational...
Quantitative Applications
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...APPLICATIONS QUESTION Wikipedia, 2008) (a) The major stages in management of a project are listed below:1. Project initiation stage; 2. Project planning or design stage; 3. Project execution or production stage; 4. Project monitoring and controlling systems; 5. Project completion stage. (b) Importance of planning and control: The project planning and design is important in order to meet the end user requirements, as well as satisfy the project sponsor and business needs. It is done to ensure that it has the level of quality, functions as required and functions well within the given constraints. Project controlling is done so that potential problems can be identified... May 13, 2008 QUANTITATIVE...
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...us first identify the fundamental concepts of organizational behavior. These are individual differences, perception, whole person, motivation, desire for involvement, and human dignity. These concepts are transformed in the four models of organization that are described in the movie. Study looks at the concept of human dignity in “Swimming with Sharks” and Individual differences thru diversity in “Smoking Room... Management Movie Review Applying Management and Organizational Behavior Concepts to the films “Swimming with sharks”and “Smoking Room”. Plot 1: The film “Swimming with Sharks” (available at you tube) is about a young writer(Guy) who thinks he will make it big in Hollywood, but unfortunatel...
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