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The following essay is focused on the peculiarities of artifacts. Notably, artifacts are considered to be anomalies or errors in images and are usually caused by physical processes which impact on the ultrasound beam and often affect the assumptions which the operator would make on the beam. … Ultrasound artifacts are therefore sonographic display errors which…
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Cultural Artifacts
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CULTURAL ARTIFACTS Submitted by Contents Introduction 3 Archeology 3 Indus civilization 3 Architecture and Sculpture History 4 Rock Architecture 4 Islamic Architecture 5 Modern Architecture 6 Architecture – form of artifact 6 Conclusion 7 Bibliography 8 Introduction What are cultural artifacts?… All these and many other aspects altogether represent our…
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Portfolio Artifacts
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Because of the ever changing factors affecting a project, a project should be able to make successful plans so as to ensure its future sustainability and extension of its objectives once it has managed to achieve its current objectives. This paper seeks to identify the future of… The presentation was careful to use a large font size of size 30 so as to ensure…
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Cultural Artifacts
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This paper describes the single cultural artefact that writer believes best represents the culture in which we live today. For this article, an author has chosen the religious posters made in India because that depicts Indian culture in the most efficient way. … The metaphors of the shrines at Mecca and Medina in Saudi-Arabia, the major religious center…
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Artificial Artifacts, Like Robots
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Artificial artifacts, like robots Name of Student Institution of Learning Introduction In the recent past, scientific and industrial revolutions have yielded what man never thought would be in five or six centuries ago, 'The Robot”, 1 machine that has undergone tremendous advancement to the extent that by the year 2000 Robots started to resemble human beings.…
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Ancient world artifacts
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Ancient World Artifacts The Ancient civilization of Mesopotamia is chosen for the purpose of this study. The choice of this civilization is made on account of the various significant discoveries made during this period i.e. during 2000 - 1000 B.C.E; and the range of artifacts available for analysis which offers a unique opportunity for this study.… It was…
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Introduction to Communication-Artifacts
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One of my friends wears a wristband on his left hand with the letters W.W.J.D. This abbreviation means "What Would Jesus Do"? My friend unintentionally uses this personal object to show his identity to other people. Everyone, who sees his wristband, perceives him as a… But when I saw his bracelet, I understood that he is probably a good and religious person.…
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Steps, Research Tools and Artifacts
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STEPS, RESEARCH TOOLS & ARTIFACTS Date Steps of writing the memo The memo to be developed will be used to solve the problem as presented to the paralegal by the attorney by giving a feedback to the attorney on the gaming matter.… Thirdly, the opening segment of the memo is stated divided clearly in three part; the context of problem, assignment and purpose…
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Adaptive Culture and Cultural Artifacts
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McShane, Olekalns, and Travaglione (425-426) identified at least four characteristic requisites for fostering an adaptive culture; the workforce has to (1) “embrace an open-systems perspective;” (2) “take responsibility for the organization’s performance;” (3)… While the organization needed to know every accurate detail about its stakeholders, the latter also…
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Deciphering Organizational Culture through Artifacts
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The aim of this article was to examine the direct relationship between common artifacts (pertaining to rituals and team orientation) and organizational culture and the extent to which the former influences the latter. 2. The participants in this research were 140 employees… The methodology involved the use of t-test, Chi-Square and One-way ANOVA (Jagajeevan &…
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Religious Cultural artifacts of India
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What do cultural artifacts mean?  Cultural artifact: It is an expression used in the social sciences, particularly anthropology, ethnology, and sociology for anything created by humans which gives information about the culture of its creator and users.… Amongst the most vivacious illustration of admired visual art found in Indian towns and cities are the…
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Deciphering Organizational Culture through Artifacts
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This paper "Deciphering Organizational Culture through Artifacts" will answer the following research questions: why is organisational culture important, how does organisational culture affect the organisation, how does organisational culture affect physical structures.… Organisational culture is evidenced in the manner in which the business conducts its…
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Organisational Culture, Artifacts, role of Artifacts in Organisational Change and S.M.A.R.T Objectives
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Organizational Culture Like other wider delineations, Brown (1995) defines organizational culture as “a set of norms, beliefs, principles and ways of behaving that together give each organization a distinctive character”. … In essence, organizational culture refers to the “pattern of shared basic assumptions that the group learned as it solved problems that…
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Identify the artifacts produced on the images during CT scans.describe the method used to reduce or remove these artifacts
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Computed Tomography (CT) is extensively used in the field of imaging to study the geometry, composition and mass density of interior organs by taking two-dimensional x-ray projections of the organs from which 3D images are reconstructed (Yazdi & Beaulieu, 2008; Barrett & Keat,… ion, movement of patients during the scanning process or presence of metals on the…
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How cultural values get reflected in technological artifacts
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Considering the works of Winner, Poster (and perhaps others), discuss how cultural values get reflected in technological artifacts. In other words, how do material objects make an argument? Media… Poster informs that the media of first media age is centralized and restricted as it is in the hands of certain producers and consumers who use media for their own…
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Identify the artifacts produced on the images during CT scans. Describe the
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Artifacts are very common during CT imaging. Infact, of all types of imaging, CT imaging is more prone to artifacts (Goldman, 2007, 222). This is because image in… Several strategies have been developed to prevent artifacts. In this article, different artifacts in CT imaging and various techniques to prevent then will be elaborated. Different researchers have…
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Langdon Winner's Artifacts/Ideas and Political Culture W2
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A reflection on Langdon Winner’s popular article Artifacts/Ideas and Political Culture in the book Society, Ethics and Technology reveals very interesting and very important concepts with regard to the role of technology in modern society. The most interesting item selected… The context of Winner’s discussion of this concept was on the present-day evolving…
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1. Identify the artifacts produced on the images during CT scans. Describe the
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In other words, artifact is “any systematic discrepancy between the CT numbers in the reconstructed image and the true attenuation… measurements are consistent, so any error of measurement will usually reflect itself as an error in the reconstructed image (Barrett, and Keat, 2004, 1680). Artifacts have a major role to play in diagnostic accuracy because their…
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The culture( Values & norms) and the artifacts culture of United Nation Environment Program (UNEP )
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In this context, the culture of UNEP has a huge impact on its employees and the interaction amongst them. Since the first session held by UNEP in 1973, this… UNEP documented the "Cultural and Spiritual Values of Diversity" in 1999 in which the organization put forward that biodiversity must be recognized in terms of employee diversity since different people…
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Do you think individuals or organizations should be allowed to own ancient artifacts that originated in another country
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This position takes into consideration the fact that some of the items originating from another country could have been obtained illegally or out of coercion. Examples… As revealed by information by the British Museum (1), the ownership of ancient artifacts could also render some of these artifacts very useless in cases were some of their parts are still in…
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Artifacts in vancouver
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In these lines, Emily Bronthe speaks of nature’s positive effect on emotions. Imprinted on the pavement where an actual tree stands are these leaves ubiquitously placed one after the other. At… Judging from the detail of the engravings, it is more plausible that this was deliberate. Further, the dried leaves from the actual tree have a different shape and size…
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Artifacts of our own cultures surround us. From art and music to architecture and literature, from philosophy and religion to laws and economics, we live among cultural artifacts that have deep roots
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It discusses the details of how the flag came into being, how it relates to the values and beliefs of the American Culture, and its historical roots. It also identifies the… The United States of America has its rich history that is being evidenced by the various artifacts that are seen in museums, which are preserved to serve as a symbol of the changes the…
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Choice 3: Compare and contrast Minoan, Mycenaean and Trojan palaces. Should the Mycenaean palaces be regarded as an indigenous mainland Greek development You will want to consider architecture, decoration, artifacts found inside, and function in your ans
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The earlier civilization which took place in the island of Crete is referred to as the Minoan civilization. Its name was derived from its leader king Minos. The later civilization which is named after one… In connection to this, the paper aims at comparing and contrasting Minoan, Mycenaean and Trojan palaces. It will also provide detailed information as to why…
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Summary on movie Secrets Of The Silk Road and how the movie related to anthropology
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Secrets of the Silk Road Order No. 511869 ‘The Secrets of the Silk Road’ is a movie showcasing an array of artifacts that date back to the Bronze Age and exhibited at the Penn Museum which was previously called the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology.… Different religions such as Zoroastrianism, Christianity, Buddhism and Judaism…
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Analyzing Communication
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Their interpretation can occur as objects shaped by human crafts. In communication, an artifact is something that viewing can occur as the result of human conception. Artifacts are not… artifacts can be heard as the disruption of a speech, or if it is in a visual media program it is viewing may occur as the characteristic of the speaker. According to…
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