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...lasers can work at ultraviolet wavelengths. Some of the applications of excimer lasers are LASIK eye surgery (Svelto & Hanna 380-410). Furthermore there are solid state lasers that use crystalline or doped glass rod combined with ions where the materials are pumped optically with the use of tinier wavelength compared to the lasing one. There are also fiber lasers where light is led due to the total internal reflection in a single mode optical fiber which results into nice cooling conditions and tend to reduce thermal distortion of the beam. Other more examples of lasers include semiconductor lasers, dye lasers, free electron lasers, bio laser and exotic... Lasers Lasers have really changed the way...
An advanced treatment of lasers and their applications
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...semiconductor laser emitting at 1550 nm with n = 2.5, L = 0.65 mm, and a gain bandwidth 30 nm wide. Calculate C1: the free spectral range Free spectral range =2.5/ (0.65 x2) =92.2MZ (3Marks) C2: the number of modes within the gain bandwidth (3 Marks) Number of modes = 1550nm/30nm =51 modes D... PART A: Define Spatial Coherence (4 Marks) Spatial coherence can be defined as a notion of wave disturbance depicting the relationship between periodic transmitted energy from one point to another. In other words it is a mutual interdependence of variable wave quantities of two different points in a given instant of time. The coherence is illustrated as a function of distance and mapped as...
Lasers
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...laser has evolved from a fundamental science phenomenon to an ubiquitous, cheap, and readily available commercial commodity” (Kutz 629). The applications of different laser technologies are found in various fields including commercial, industrial, medical... and Number of the Teacher’s Lasers The Invention, Construction and Function of the Laser A historic milestone in scientific innovation was the invention of the laser in 1960. The pioneer in laser technology was Gordon Gould who developed the laser process at Columbia University in 1958. Subsequently, Theodore Maiman from Hughes Research Laboratory “constructed the first ruby laser in 1960” (Dajnowski, Jenkins, and Lins 13). The word LASER is an...
Discuss the use of Lasers in Compact Disk Players for audio (CD) and computer applications (DVD)
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...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...
Discuss the use of Lasers in Compact Disk Players for audio (CD) and computer applications (DVD)
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...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 Lasers...
ECE 4332 ELECTR OOPTIC DEVICES AND SYSTEMS
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...applications. They are used in wavelength-stabilized lasers, Raman amplifiers, phase conjugators, fiber lasers, wavelength converters, passive optical networks, wavelength division multiplexers, and gain equalizers. Introduction Lightwave networks enable high capacity interconnections of information on many parts of earth. What has stimulated their development is the demand for increased bandwidth. Commercial point-to-point wavelength division multiplexers operating in the 1550nm wavelength region may have 8, 16, and more connections, each carrying 2.5 or10 Gb/s traffic and proposals for finer granularity... forward and backward propagating waves E(ﯕ)= a +(ﯕ)exp(iﯕ)+a-(ﯕ)exp(-iﯕ) is...
Strategic Analysis: semiconductor industry
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...semiconductors for a definite period of time (approximately 5-7 years), which makes it possible to redevelop the semiconductor industry. Bear in mind the present day situation, the first scenario is likely to occur in practice, as semiconductor technology supposed to be the most promising today. President of the Semiconductor business, Dr. Chang Gyu Hwang restated that, "Mobile and digital consumer applications are the new driving forces of the IT era. Through synergies created between the memory and system LSI divisions" The biggest challenge of all-the challenge of leading the digital... Strategic Analysis Topic: Semiconductor industry. With the changing economic environment, factors such as...
Semiconductor manufacturing research paper
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...Applications of Silicene: According to the past calculations of density-functional theory done in 2011, silicene clusters are effective in FET applications. Unlike graphene, silicene has a band gap. Because of this, from silicene, it is possible and realistic to develop semiconductors of Nano scale nature. These semiconductors have widespread applications in electronics which even includes the microprocessor chips and LEDs. Advantage(s) Disadvantage(s) Silicene edges do not exhibit oxygen reactivity thus making them efficient in the design of many electronic components. Compatible with several silicon-based... Plasma/remote plasma oxidation of silicon Remote Plasma-assisted oxidation of Silicon is...
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 by robbers while on duty over the past decades....
Semiconductor devices and circuits
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...Semiconductor Devices and circuits. Materials are divided into three basic groups ly conductors, Insulators and semiconductors. The difference is centered on their electrical conductivity with conductor material having highest conductivity and insulators the lowest. Semiconductors materials fall between the conductors and insulators and their conductivity affected by factors like light, temperatures, impurities and magnetic field. Covalent bond results when two atoms from different materials share their outermost electrons to achieve a stable balance. Each atom after sharing electrons will attain a full outer shell. Conductors: Conductor...
Five Forces for Semiconductor Industry
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...Semiconductor Industry The U.S. semiconductor industry consists of manufacturers of semiconductors for different products and systems. Semiconductor components are “the electronic building blocks used in electronic systems and equipment” (Analog, 2011, p.2). The main players in the industry that are included for this research are Analog Devices, Inc. (ADI), Altera Corp. (ALTR), LSI Corp. (LSI), and NVIDIA Corp. (NVDA). Barriers to entry (Low-Medium) Barriers to entry are not significantly high in the industry, especially for firms that can access cheaper materials from other countries. New market entrants may have products that have lower prices than existing companies... ?Industry Analysis: The U.S....
Contacts to ZnO (zinc oxide)
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...application the comparison results hint towards the fact that ZnO has the capability of taking over a number of applications of AlInGaN which include UV lasers, high-density data storage systems, solid state lighting, secure communications and biodetection. Semiconductor Contacts ZnO has risen as one of the potential materials that may change the outlook of bandgap optoelectronics and microelectronics. The material is also used to design two semiconductor contacts; the Schottky barrier and Ohmic contacts. Ohmic contacts are non-rectifying junctions where current-voltage relationship (I-V curve) remains linear and symmetric. If, however, the current-voltage... ZnO has arisen as one of the leading...
Optical Fiber and WLAN
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...Laser Diode VCSEL VCSELs are basically laser semiconductors or can be called as laser diodes containing a monolithic laser resonator. The laser resonator is the component where emitted light moves forward from the device in a perpendicular direction straight to the chip surface. Likewise, the resonator is recognized by Bragg mirrors called as reflected lasers i.e. dispersed... ? Wireless Networks Wireless Ethernet networks were accepted several years ago, as traditional connectivity solutions were replaced by robust wireless connectivity solutions. Although, several industrial protocols utilized standardized Ethernet physical layer that facilitated automation protocols to be transmitted via wireless...
Surface and Interface States of Ga Compound
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...application is in the production of blue semiconductor lasers, AlGaN/GaN HEMT transistors and in detection of ultraviolet radiation. It has been noted that localized interface states exist at the metal –semiconductor interface due... The characteristics of semiconductor compounds can be best understood by studying the semiconductor atom reactions, interactions and composition at both the surface state and the interface state where the semiconductor atoms and element form a junction with the compound element forming the semiconductor alloy. Given that gallium compounds are widely used in fabrication of devices used in the...
Firewall Applications
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...Applications Submitted to, Submitted By, of the Submitted on, [November 6th, INTRODUCTION A firewall is a software/hardware tool that is used to protect a computing device from malware/other malicious software or Trojan horses’ intrusion. These external threatening agents often attack a computing device when it is connected to another external computing device that may be affected with a malware. This connection may be via a network etc. Figure 1: Graphical Representation of a Firewalls Location. Firewall prevents unauthorized access to a computing device by checking every message transfer to and from the computing device. It restricts any message transfer that does not comply... and...
Database Applications
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...applications, as well as influence on society. Generally, a IS field puts emphasis on functionality over design (Kwame & Oduro-Kwarteng, 2009). This report presents the advantages and disadvantages of implementing the new software using database technology. In additional, this report will describe the relational database model and the benefits of a DBMS. Also, this report will provide a detailed analysis of the databases... 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 References 9 Introduction Information systems (ISs) are presented as a link brid...
Applications of laser technology
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...Applications of Laser Technology Introduction Lasers have readily gained prominence and significance in the life of an average person in this world (Galvana, 2002, p.286). Whether it’s our industries, our medical research, surgical procedures or even defense mechanisms, lasers have gained immense importance in all of these aspects. This significance is no surprise, as the precision and accuracy that one can achieve with the help of lasers is un-matched. Due to this property of lasers, they have gained extreme significance in our major daily processes and have made our lives much simpler and accurate (Thyagarajan and Ghatak, 2010, p.471). This device has undergone centuries of modifications... ...
Nanotechnology Applications
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...semiconductor at nanoscale (Langwith, 2009). Existing and future application of nanotechnology Medicine: In medicine, nanotechnology has been employed to develop nano-particles capable of delivering drugs to the diseased cell. The machinery has also aided in the manufacture of bio-compatible materials which are used to make medical implants. The production of stents is significant in preventing artery blockage. Engineering: The technology has immensely been applied in communication and electronic. The existence is apparent in the lessened weight and power consumption of electronic devices... Na chnology Applications al Affiliation) Na chnology presents a vivid of technological advancementcurrently...
Issues Concerning Optical networking and Equipment
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...laser of lower wavelength is used, desired band of higher wavelengths can be amplified. This amplifier has an advantage of providing amplification in a wider range of wavelengths. Semiconductor optical amplifiers are essentially p-n junction, where the depletion layer acts as active region having an antireflection coating on both ends. Here the population inversion is achieved in the active region because of the states or electrons or holes in the semiconductor material. SOAs have more applications in switches and wavelength conversion devices. Optical Communication Network Optical networks can be broadly... Optical Communication and Networks  The paper gives an overview of optical communication and its ...
Optical Communication and Networks
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...LASERs are semiconductor injection, DFLs (Distributed feedback lasers), DBRs (distributed Bragg reflector), non-semiconductor, distributed hetero-junction etc. With the advent of WDM/DWDM, more and more research is going into tunable lasers. The laser output is modulated by the electrical signal to be transmitted. The output optical signal contains the signal information in the form of light. Thus the laser acts as the optical transmitter. Optical receiver is a photodiode that conducts when exposed to light. When the received optical signal impinges upon the...
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...
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...
MANAGEMENT APPLICATIONS
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...Applications 2 3 5/10 Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Executive Summary 3 Introduction 4 Background 4 Philosophy 5 Organisation Structure 6 Operations 7 Marketing 9 Competitive Strategy 10 Profitability 11 Health & Safety and Environmental Policy 11 Conclusion and Recommendation 12 Bibliography 14 Executive Summary This report is based on the study of Stone and Ceramic Ltd. which operates as a Specialist Contractor in the commercial sector of the Construction Industry. It is, as the name suggests, the supplier of all types of hard floor/walling materials, detailed and installed directly by the organization’s staff. The study attempts to understand the philosophy... stone & ceramic Ltd. Management...
Database Applications
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...Applications Database Applications Data warehouses Data warehouse is the consolidation of the enterprise data that mainlycenters on data analysis and reporting. Organizations design data warehouse to help them support the management of their decision-making processes. A variety of wide data containing coherent picture presentation illustrates the conditions of the business at any given time. The development of a data warehouse requires the expansion of data extraction systems such as operating systems, and database warehouse installations. The production of information and data occurs from sources that are entail heterogeneous production nature since their generation involves periodic stages...
Database Applications
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...applications are already database driven, web pages for instance. The video ials talk about what a database is and its advantages over flat files, what is a Relational Database Management System (RDBMS) and the major database objects used in it, and how to create relational database tables. Now, what is a database? It is one or more files optimized to work together for a very structured storage, efficient and quick retrieval of data, ensuring data accuracy and integrity. It can simply be files or may require server software in managing connections and regulating access to the files. It mainly focuses on the safe management and maintenance of data, and providing access to multiple... ?Today, most...
Software applications
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...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 functions and interfaces. I rely too much of MS Word application because it is very convenient for typing. It has effective formative options, which make the process of text formatting very easy. However, in some cases, MS Word orthography service fails to recognize certain words or automatically correct word is a wrong way. It is the reason why it is better not to rely too much upon this service in order to prevent... Software...
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...
Nanotechnology Applications
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...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 speaks of the level of progress reached in terms of technological advancements. It is also termed as the science that interlaces the molecular level study and investigation towards further research. The Nano technological concepts have given rise to investigation and dissection to the level of micro level and sub atomic particles division and studying. A technology that was little known in the 1990s and originally and for the first time came on the surface in 1986 was little... Nano Technology...
Network Applications
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...APPLICATIONS The assignment is about demonstrating any online services and is concerned with the use of any popular server-based programming languages such as servlets/PHP. IN more detailed words, the assignment is concerned with demonstrating the popular concept of 3-tier client-server applications, with the third application being the use of the services provided by a database. For the purpose of construction, it is decided that the application will simulate an online hotel reservation system that can use client-server architecture along with a database. The client-server architecture is as shown below: FIG: 3-Tier Client-Server Architecture. The client side of the proposed... NETWORK...
Accounting Applications
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...applications What is value added? Value added is the improvements that an entity makes on its products or services before they are sold to the customers. Value added can also be understood as a situation where an entity takes a product that is seemingly homogenous, with few or no differences from that produced by rival entities, and offers the potential customers with the same product but with enhanced features to give it a superior sense of value. Value addition allows firms to effectively market their products and services, while putting emphasis on the power of brand rather than the commodity. Through value additions, firms can charge higher prices and enjoy competitive advantage... ?Accounting...
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...
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...
Internet banking applications
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...Applications Aims of the Dissertation As soon as technology bulged out from the conventional manual working trends, people who were tired of time consuming repetitive tasks obliged, and accepted it. That is the sole reason behind technology gaining sudden fame and it is only the charisma of technology that the power of mainframes is now present in handhelds. Such rapid advancement in technology was due to man’s eagerness and need of making things work on his fingertips. Technology, soon after its introduction in the markets and after the revelation of its endless benefits became a necessity for everyone. From MNCs to home users, technology is everywhere. The usage... ?Overview of Internet Banking...
Web applications development
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...Application Development By Table of Contents Table of Contents 2 Introduction 3 Client-Server Application Architectures 4 2-Tier Architecture 4 3-Tier Architecture 5 N-Tier Architecture 6 Advantages of Client-server Application Architecture 7 Disadvantages of Client-server Application Architecture 9 Web-based Application Architecture 10 Why to Prefer Web Based Application Architecture 10 Deficiencies in Web Based Application Architecture 11 Enterprise Web based Application Architecture 12 Conclusion 13 Works Cited 14 Introduction A web based application is a program which is used simply through an active web link and that uses HTTP as a medium of communication. Therefore we can say that web... ?Web...
Home solar applications
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...Applications in Context 3 Solar Thermal 3 Passive Solar 4 Solar Electric/Photovoltaic (PV) 4 Conclusion 7 Works Cited 8 Home Solar Applications Introduction It is common knowledge how homeowners are weighing options between solar power and other sources of energy for domestic purposes. Many people are looking to solar power for such reasons as enhancing overall energy efficiency when it comes to matters of home management (Tiwari, 27). Solar power is known to be a non-pollutant and renewable as compared to oil, natural gas and coal. The United States for instance boasts of slashed energy bills meaning that the country’s dependence on imported fuels is minimized... Outline Introduction 3 Home Solar...
Applications of psychology
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...Applications of Health Psychology Insti Applications of health psychology Section Review, overview, and a brief summary of health psychology In health psychology, specialists take into consideration a broad spectrum of factors that are capable of providing insights and details into health related issues. In order to understand the psychology of the human health, it is imperative to make note that psychological factors have a huge impact on health directly (Brannon & Feist, 2010). For instance, psychological factors, which include stress results to the release of such hormones like cortisol, which leads to the eventual damage of the body. On the other end,...
The Applications Biological Concepts
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...Applications Biological Concepts a). DNA in forensic science The legal system depends on forensic pathologists who are in a position of isolating DNA and characterizing it to help in the identification of suspects who may have committed a crime. The suspect’s DNA is matched with the sample DNA collected from the crime scene to assess the levels of matching, so that is the match is 100%, the DNA samples collected the crime scene can be used as evidence against the suspect (Samuels, Davies and Pope, 2013). Forensic scientist also uses DNA when solving paternity disputes (Samuels, Davies and Pope, 2013; Murphy, 2010). For instance, a woman may seeks the intervention of the court to give orders...
IT Applications and Collaboration
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...Applications and Collaboration The Google doc’s application is divided into three other applications: Google spreadsheets, Google word processing and Google spreadsheets. We also have Microsoft groove and Microsoft share point. These applications have numerous advantages especially over stand alone applications in that they facilitate the exchange of ideas. A document can be edited by so many people unlike in individual applications, (Macdonald 253). This facilitates collaboration. Within the same atmosphere of collaboration, it is still possible to have a chat with one or more members of the team, (Macdonald 90). This is referred to as synchronous collaboration. This communication leads... ...
Innovation & Enterprise: Applications Market
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...Applications Market Contents Innovation & Enterprise: Applications Market Contents 2 Introduction 3 Analysis 6 Key Findings 6 Political Analysis: 9 Economical Analysis: 9 Social Analysis: 10 Technological Analysis 11 Environmental Analysis 11 Legislative Analysis: 12 Overall Analysis: 13 Introduction At the inception mobile phones were developed and used as a means to make and receive phone calls on-the-go. Since the time passes and there have been many advancements in the mobile phone and mobile application industry, mobile phone technology has by now embedded in itself number of other features which have brought a jumbo... Innovation & Enterprise:...
Mobile medical applications
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...applications Mobile applications are software applications specifically designed to perform specialized functionalities, and run on smartphones tablet PC’s and other advanced mobile devices. Typically, they are operated by the owner of the mobile device via an operating system. Similarly, mobile medical applications are used to assist in health Science and medicine fields by the professionals for easier access of information, and aid those in the medical field to process data for expertise while serving the patients and other clients. These applications are available either as freeware or can be purchased through online distribution platforms such as Google play... number the paper Mobile medical...
Mobile health applications
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...application of information technology led to the mobility of people, which is not only limited to the physical movement and displacement, but it covers virtual activity. Technology bridges the geographic gaps of individuals across the world to maintain and improve communication. Communication has been the centre of the world’s evolution because experts continue to develop systems that would make interaction easy and accessible. IT has been widely used in the field of business due to its proven benefits in enhancing customer satisfaction. Similarly, medical institutions aim to improve patient care through the use of mobile phones. With the extensive use of mobile... ?Literature Review Information &...
Health Information Systems/applications
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...applications Monaural stethoscope can be considered as the maiden application of technology in medicine, in less than two centuries technology has secured a commanding position in almost all specialties of medicine. Researchers and practitioners in medicine have claimed that information systems in healthcare boost efficiency (Chaudhry, et al., 2006), reach, quality and safety of health care services. Telemedicine / eHealth, mHealth systems, Hospital Information Systems, Picture Archival and Communication Systems can be seen as applications of information systems in healthcare, they not only provide efficient access and sharing of crucial information but they also... ?Topic:  Health Information...
Multiprocessor Systems and Applications
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...Applications Multiprocessor Systems and Applications Multiprocessor strategies are procedures in accessible programming process. These are techniques that present meaning and roles between several computers that direct and connect with every element to present a coherent act. A multiple processor functions better than a single processor. They require extra software design for maintenance and directing purposes. They are difficult to correct because they have CPU connections that are not present within single-processor. It is difficult to obtain their spare parts (Darlington and Ghanem, 1993). The expansions of processing different multiprocessors are inaccurately combined... Multiprocessor Systems and...
Critical Thinking Applications Paper
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...Applications al Affiliation Critical Thinking Applications of Critical Thinking In a dis written by Ennis (2012), the author defined critical thinking as the “reasonable and reflective thinking focused on deciding what to believe or do” (Ennis, 2012, par. 1). The author presented sets of dispositions and abilities that make an individual be categorized as applying critical thinking skills. It was thereby summed that “the ideal critical thinker is disposed to try to "get it right," to present a position honestly and clearly, and to care about others (this last being auxiliary, not constitutive); furthermore the ideal critical thinker has the ability to clarify, to seek and judge... ? Critical Thinking...
Probability Concepts and Applications
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...Applications Question Responses At various times,virtually all businesses (and other institutions) require the collection and evaluation of data regarding their endeavors. The mathematical analysis of such information can provide valuable guidance for future organizational decisions. However, all forms of data collection include the issue of sampling error. The sampling error problem occurs as a result of the ability to sample every member of a given population. Sampling error is a representation of the influence of chance or probability upon the data. Specifically, it is associated with the probability of the measured event occurring for the collection... Here Here Here Here Probability Concepts and...
Computer applications in management
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...applications in management Introduction Microsoft Excel is the most powerful, important and greatest software applications in the business world. It is mainly used in statistical analyses and quantitative analysis. Microsoft has its merits. It has built in features that help users pick the right function and use it correctly. This is evidence during the data entry processes where excel displays a list of function, thus exhibiting various choices. In the formula bar users can click FX to launch the insert function dialog that assists them to choose and enter the function correctly. Excel also offers users with online help solution on Excel functions. Excel contains a tool fill handle... Computer...
Marketing foundations & Applications
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...APPLICATIONS Marketing Foundations and Applications In APA Style By Despite the importance of new product development to firms, managing new product development is difficult. Describe and discuss the criticisms of new product development. Product development is a business organization’s growth strategy of offering new products to current market. This happens when business organization has a new product offering which suits the market it currently serves. A company may opt to pursue this strategy if it recognizes that it can enhance the value derived by its current customers by offering a new product or by modifying or upgrading its current products. Even though... Running Head: MARKETING FOUNDATIONS AND...
Innovation & Enterprise: Applications Market
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...Applications Market Contents Innovation & Enterprise: Applications Market Contents 2 Introduction 3 Analysis 6 Key Findings 6 Political Analysis: 9 Economical Analysis: 9 Social Analysis: 10 Technological Analysis 11 Environmental Analysis 11 Legislative Analysis: 12 Overall Analysis: 13 Introduction At the inception mobile phones were developed and used as a means to make and receive phone calls on-the-go. Since the time passes and there have been many advancements in the mobile phone and mobile application industry, mobile phone technology has by now embedded in itself number of other features which have brought a jumbo revolution in the mobile application unraveling... ? Innovation & Enterprise:...
Embedded Systems Applications
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...Applications Introduction An embedded network system is a system that consists of a number of embedded units that are able to communicate with each other. Embedded systems have become more connected and they have become very crucial communication channels in digital systems. This results in a large scaled complicated network system. In this research paper, we are going to concentrate on creating a methodology for a high-speed radio frequency system, preparing documentation for the implemented system, perform a test strategy and finally evaluate the performance of the system. Methodology The target system in this research is an embedded network system that produces the necessary data... Embedded Systems...
Reed Solomon Code Applications
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...Applications Introduction: Reed Solomon codes are the codes that are mainly used for correcting errors, and are based on blocks. This report studies and presents the applications of Reed Solomon codes, which are mainly found in digital communications and storage of data (Reed Solomon Codes, 1998). Applications of Reed Solomon Codes: The applications of Reed Solomon codes are mainly obtained in data storage and digital communications. The following major applications can be listed for Reed Solomon codes – Data Storage – In case of both CDs, and DVDs, it is possible to apply codes for correction of errors and measure the raw errors before correcting them. The application...  Reed Solomon Codes Applicati...
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