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General Electric and Cybernetics Principles
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...CYBERNETICS PRINCIPLES General Electric Using Cybernetics Principles [The [The of the ] General Electric Using Cybernetics Principles Introduction Considering as a field of studies, Professor Norbert Wiener and a team of engineers composed Computer Ethics during the 1940's World War II era. Their project was to evolve a weapon that would track down an airplane, calculate the planes heading, and transfer this data to another section of the weapon, which would then consequently fire the missile. The challenge in engineering this project provided insight to Wiener and his colleagues to create this new branch of science called cybernetics. Cybernetics has been defined... as the science of...
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With reference to theory and practice, critically evaluate the shift from the first-order to second-order cybernetics in the family and systemic therapies
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...Cybernetics in the Family and Systematic Therapies Student Name Institution Cybernetics is a science relating to communication and control theory, fundamentally concerned with comparative study and analysis of automatic regulatory or control systems. It also refers to a trans-disciplinary approach generally concerned with exploring the control systems, their structures, possibilities, and constraints (Gehart, 2014). Cybernetics is particularly relevant and applicable to the study of systems, including physical, cognitive, social, mechanical, and biological systems. Cyberneticists study various concepts... Using Theory and Practice to Critically Evaluate the Shift from the First-Order to Second-Order...
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History and Theory of New Media
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...Cybernetic aesthetics “Lineal thinking will always generate either the teleological fallacy (that end determines process) or the myth of some supernatural controlling agency.” Gregory Bateson, Mind and Nature: A Necessary Unity Introduction: There have been widespread debates surrounding the integration of art and digital communications technology ever since the beginning of the past century. There was considerable anticipation regarding the introduction, and use of modern digital technologies in the field of art and the various possibilities that the modern communication technologies afforded. Consequently, during the era of technological boom various theorists... ?History and theory of new media:...
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Management accounting and control
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...Cybernetics is viewed as a subset of management or management control. This is because... ? Answer Organizations have in the past measured and managed their performance through internal or process performance approaches which have not been in the position of providing the management information they need to measure and mange the organization effectively and efficiently. This has prompted the use of the balance scorecards approach which enables the organizations to balance the internal and process measures with results and the financial measures which gives the managers a complete picture of the organization as well as the areas where they should make improvements (Lipe and Salterio 2000). This approach...
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CONCEPTUAL ANALYSIS
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...cybernetics. Although the early definition of cybernetics was broad and included artificial intelligence, the rapid development of the field brought out the differences between cybernetics and artificial intelligence. However, conceptual analysis has attempted to bridge and lower this gap. Additionally, conceptual analysis tends to eliminate vagueness and expressive power according to Sowa (1984). Unlike natural languages which can sometimes tolerate a lot... Conceptual Analysis Conceptual analysis Describe the meaning triangle as a diagramming technique The meaning triangle has been featured by many authors prominently in their works. In the meaning of meaning (1923), Ogden and Richards used the meaning ...
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Critical Reflection Pieces
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...Cybernetic in the Dialectic between Science and Design, it was realized that the perspective of the designers and the scientists was different. The Scientists based their arguments on observations, while the designers based their arguments on innovations. The designers created something that is yet to be observed and measured. Additionally, the scientists celebrated the aspect of generalization for instance on abstract theories, the designers on the other hand proposed artifacts that must result to operating in their details rather than their abstract. Reflecting on the content of the paper, the scientists insisted on the causal explanations. They excluded themselves from the causes... CRITICAL...
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Using examples from Kosek as well as the theoretical and conceptual readings explain political ecology, the tensions between coservation and sustainability and the importance of space and place to New Mexicans
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...cybernetics,has over the years sought to find the relationship that exists between culture and environment. Political ecology has established itself as the term used to refer to the relationship between culture and the environment. Studies over the years have led to several theoretical developments in political ecology. New Mexico is plagued with aridity and high poverty index. The unemployment rates are high, and the majority of the population leads miserable lives. Frustrated, several people are immersed in heroin addiction, endangering their lives even more. Nearly all of the agricultural fields in New... Due Anthropology as a study field, as well as other emerging sciences such as ecosystem and...
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Case study ethics
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...Cybernetics. This robot caused the death of robot operator on the basis of its violent oscillation. The ethical problems that are highlighted by the case study are hiding and misrepresenting relevant information from the users, giving a little consideration to health... Ethical Problems in the Case of Killer Robot Roll No: Teacher: 17th February 2009 Ethical Problems in the Caseof Killer Robot Introduction Ethics play a crucial role in any organizational setup and should be considered in order to keep people away from negative effects. In the case study, “The Case of Killer Robot”, the author, Epstein describes about a robot, Robbie CX 30 that was designed by Silicon Techtronics Inc. and delivered to Cyb...
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647 W6D Project metrics
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...Cybernetics, Acessed online, < http://www.ecocyb.ase.ro/20124pdf/Emil%20Scarlat%20%28T%29.pdf >... Project Metrics Project Metrics Effective project management depends on the use of proper measurement techniques so that risks can be mitigated. Project metrics are essential for managing risks in different projects (Kendrick, 2003). Moreover, strict management of metrics enable the project managers to keep the project on track ensuring that project’s goals are achieved in the desired duration (PMI, 2010). Project metrics provide early warning signals to the project managers and allow them to take proactive measures (Scarlat et. al. n.d). Research states that there are three types of project metrics which can be used to manage risks: Predictive Metrics, Diagnostic Metrics, Retrospective Metrics (Kendrick, 2003). The two ...
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Post-Humanism and Its Impact on Gender
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...cybernetics... Post-Humanism and Its Impact on Gender Introduction Post-humanism is a term that is used to describe the application of modern technology to overcome the limitations which are associated with the human form (Winner 385). The attitudes and politics which surround the concept of post-humanism are being popularized through the new media. The concept of post humanism has influenced the social cultural perception on gender as illustrated by images and films in the media such as Avatar which portrays the male fantasy of being a post-humanistic and superior being. Additionally, many debates have surrounded the application of technology to provide superior qualities within the human form. Various ...
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Chinas One Child Policy
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...cybernetics research and the Club of Rome demographers as scientific basis to control China’s uncontrollable population. Song Jian did not report on the shortcomings as well as the irreparable dangers of their espoused one-child policy. Cybernetics vs. Marxism Population Concepts Furthermore, the new cybernetics philosophy discarded China’s prior Karl Marx population concepts on population control. The Marxist philosophy indicated that the farmers needed a son to till the fields and help the family survive. Many China humanist philosophers preferred the Marxist... China’s One Child Policy Introduction China's compulsory one-child population policy was initially established based on the 1...
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Ways in black otherness has influenced the experiences of the African Diaspora according to the readings in Clarke and Thomass text
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...cybernetics This theory of cybernetic is formulated under two dimensions. The first one is the physical representation of information and the second one is information structure. The major trait of information structure is that it is so complicated in computation while on the other hand the main feature of information representation is that there is difference between analog and digital. It was like a real revelation for African Diasporas because it seemed cybernation was taking visual world to old tribal world of corporate awareness and integral patterns (Clarke and Thomas, 2006, p. 55). For African-Americans this indicated... Ways in black otherness has influenced the experiences of the African...
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How does new technology help the Arts
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...cybernetic and digital art not only as the creation of hybrid technology tools and artistic genres, but also as a spread of inter-genre hybridization (e.g., film and computer graphics), which is possible due to computer technology (Lovejoy , 2004). Since the mid-twentieth century, thanks to cybernetics and computer science, we see the formation of techno-artistic hybrids of the third level. Here... ? HOW DOES NEW TECHNOLOGY HELP THE ARTS? by How Does Technology Help the Arts? A.INTRODUCTION In the popular mind of the past, technology was associated with poor reputation when one spoke of creativity. Computers, the fruit of technological revolution, had been related to mere calculations, word processing,...
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Management accounting- S-10
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...Cybernetics Control and Management Control There are several different meanings of cybernetics and several experts who have affected the course of cybernetics. Cybernetics takes as its area the configuration or revelation and requisition of standards of regulation and conveyance. Cybernetics treats not things however courses of acting. It doesn't ask "what is this thing?" however "what does it do?" and "what would it be able to do?" Because various frameworks in the living, social and innovative planet may be grasped thusly, cybernetics cuts over numerous accepted disciplinary borders. The notions which cyberneticians improve... ?Running Head: Management Accounting Management Accounting [Institute’s...
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Family Therapy
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...cybernetics and general systems theory into psychotherapy and social psychology. A number of different schools of family therapy emerged in the mid-1960s; some of the family therapy models that emerged were greatly influenced by the cybernetics and the systems theory, which included Structural and Milan Systemic family therapy models. A common feature between the three models of family therapy namely Structural, Milan Systemic and Narrative family therapy models is inherent; the three family therapy models seem to agree... ? Family Therapy Family therapy is also referred to as family systems therapy or simply family counselling; it is a branch of psychotherapy whose main concern is to foster change and...
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Systems
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...Cybernetics and Systems. (n.d.). Retrieved August 2, 2005, from http://pespmc1.vub.ac.be/ASC/SYSTEM.html 4. Wikipedia. (n.d.) Retrieved August 2, 2005, from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/System... Organizations can be viewed as systems. Rapaport cited in Begley defines a system as an "entity which can maintain some organization in the face of change from within or without." (Begley, 1999, para.4) Ryan cited in Begley defines a system as "a set of objects or elements in interaction to achieve a specific goal." (Begley, 1999, para.5) According to Wikipedia, a system is an assemblage of inter-related elements comprising a unified whole. From the Latin and Greek, the term "system" meant to combine, to set up, ...
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Cybersecurity
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...cybernetics community. I have had experience in various areas involving Information Technology, but I believe that an individual never stops learning and thus I have endeavored to continue this process in a direction that will aid my overall ambitions. Since I was a young child, I have had a vivid interest in the workings of technology, and I found the computer to be a fascinating invention that I could not wait to explore. This fascination I admit played a large role in the path that I took in both my academic and career related journeys, and it remains a high motivation to this day. My academic... ment I am a highly motivated individual with an aim to transcend the boundaries of the cybernetics...
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...Cybernetics and Informatics, 3(2), 80-84. Cuschieri, A. (2006). Nature of human error. Annals of Surgery, 244(5), 642-648. Health and Safety Executive (2009). Reducing error and influencing behaviour. Retrieved from http://www.hseni.gov.uk/hsg_48_reducing_error_and_influencing_behaviour.pdf... Factors in the Delivery of Quality Care According to the Health and Safety Executive (2009), human factors are “environmental, organizational and job factors, and human and individual characteristics which influence behavior at work in a way which can affect health and safety (p. 5).” These factors need to be closely regulated to ensure that the care being provided is safe and effective. They are divided into...
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Minor Assignment 4
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...Cybernetics, 73, 343-356. 2. Wulf, G., Lee, T. D., & Schmidt, R. A. (1994). Feedback-induced variability and the learning of generalized motor programs. Journal of Motor Behavior, 26, 248-361. 3. Wulf, G., Schmidt, R. A., & Deubel, H. (1993). Reduced feedback frequency enhances generalized motor program learning but not parameterization learning. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 19(5... Minor Assignment 4 Question Attach a graph that plots your data for CE during the three acquisition blocks and the test block for all four movement durations. Make sure you label all axes and units. Question 2: Attach a graph that plots your data for VE during the three acquis...
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Managing Holistically
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...cybernetics approach with the sustainable development as an objective. Here, the problem situation analyzed is of building the Skye Bridge, a road bridge that connects the Isle of Skye with the mainland Highland over Loch Alsh, in Scotland. The project was undertaken by the developer Skye Bridge Ltd. and the construction by the Miller Constructions Company. The construction project intended to meet particular needs like enhancing... , in the opinion of Jackson (2000), unlike the Soft System Methods, the Hard systems of classical operational research is weak in functioning as resolutions for differences in value, opinion, and conflicts within the organization and so requires unitary agreements...
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Organizational Change And Development
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...cybernetics, critical system heuristics and postmodern system thinking” (Grieves, 2010, p.4). System thinking is the process... ? Organizational change and development Introduction “There is a mindset and fixed assumption that a market is the best known form of society, and therefore whatever occurs in accordance with its requirements is bound to be the best we can hope for” (McMurtry, 1998, p.13). However, current global market is not the same as it a couple of decades before. Huge changes are taking place in all segments of human life and business world is also not an exception. Since the society and market are highly interconnected, any changes happening in the society may affect the market and vice...
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PHP information technology essay
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...Cybernetics, Part A, 38.4 (2008): 976-994. Print. Thomas, John R. “Intellectual Property, Computer Software and the Open Source Movement.” Congressional Research Service, 2004. Web. 03 June 2012.... 03 June Week 5 DQ DQ The past years were marked with the growing awareness of copyright issues and therapid advancement of open source technologies. PHP became the most popular language in open source application development. Much has been written and said about the intellectual property controversies surrounding PHP. Yet, the problem of intellectual rights protection continues to persist. Despite the fact that intellectual rights controversies negatively impact the pace of open source application...
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Gap analysis
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...Cybernetics, and Sociocultural groups may slightly vary in interest, rights, and values in the aspects of communication as well as it motivations, but, bottom-line is the crossover between and among communicators (Littlejohn & Foss... Order 199308 Running head: GAP ANALYSIS: GLOBAL COMMUNICATIONS Gap Analysis: Global Communications Goes Here of Phoenix Introduction There is global communication gap. Consequently, the building interest to bridge and linked was by no means then limited to the United States of America. However, it is now spreading globe-wide. Americans have developed great interest in this problem because of its serenity enhancing and economic values. Hence, there is a ne...
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Leading Change Management
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...Cybernetics and Informatics 2 (1), pp. 1-6. Mecca, T. V. (2004). Basic concepts of organizational change for administrative leaders. Retrieved from http://www.pcrest.com/PC/FacDev/2010/FI_reading.htm Reigeluth, C. M. & Garfinkle, R. J. (1994). Systemic change in education. United States: Educational Technology.... ? Leading Change Management Introduction In present days, ongoing change in educational s such as schools, colleges and universities is unavoidable, compared to the traditional times. The education system in K-12 and other education systems have swiftly changed in past few decades. Numerous political, social, industrial, economic and technical aspects form a quickly altering educational...
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Describe the relationship between media and reality
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...cybernetics.” The second strategy is to create problems after offering solution. Chomsky referred to this strategy as "problem-reaction-solution" which creates a problem, a "situation" due to cause some reaction in public, so that it is the principal measures that want to accept. Third strategy is gradation aims to make it accept an unacceptable extent, simply apply it gradually, a dropper, for consecutive years (Chomsky, n.d... ? According to the study conducted by Sanders (n.d), the everyday lives of the people in Western societies have been greatly influenced by mass media. One of the major effects of TV, movies, magazines, and internet is the persistent broadcast of societal beauty ideals (Sanders,...
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...cybernetics of conceptual systems. Vienna: Advanced Studies Institute.... an information system Introduction A system is made up of components that interact in order to achieve a desired objective. These components should work collectively and in a controlled way to achieve the purpose of the system. The development process of a system should therefore be well planned, organized and procedural. Most organizations will undertake the development of a new system as a project that will involve a number of phases. The first development phase of a system is the inception phase. In this stage the organization seeks to determine the scope of the project. The extent to which the project goes into will largely dep...
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Summary/Strong Response
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...Cybernetics. 2014. Web. 15 April, 2014. http://hirnforschung.kyb.mpg.de/en/methods/alternative-methods.html Howard, Carol. “Yes, Dad, There are Alternatives.” John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. 2014. Web. 15 April, 2014. http://caat.jhsph.edu/publications/Articles/aavs.html Kline, Ron. “A Scientist: I am the Enemy.” Title of Collection. Ed. Editors Name(s). City of Publication: Publisher, Year. Page range of essay. Print.... Ron Kline: “A Scientist: I Am The Enemy.” Summary. In his essay, “A Scientist: I am the Enemy,” Ron Kline defends the use of animal research in medicine. Kline declares that his love for children, and his awareness of the contribution made by advances in medical...
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Proposal Assignment
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...cybernetics and information technology (Campbell, 142). This goes hand in hand with radical change in the social order... Cyber World and Contemporary Reality In the real contemporary world, individuals can exchange information, ideas, conduct business, interact, provide social support, play games, engage in political discussion, create artistic media and the list is endless (Campbell, 146). This is all possible in the global world. On the contrary, the cyber world has set a world that is different from this global world. In this regards, I propose to put my argument forward based on the big gap between Cyber world and the contemporary reality. The state of life in terms of technology, culture and...
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SS:Ldship Skill:Organzal Communicatin
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...cybernetics. Cybernetics approach to organization functioning involves a negative feedback method which is about error detection and corresponding mechanism for correction which entails repetitive error corrections that are in the confines predetermined limits. The end process of such error correction is reaching a target or goal through error avoidance. IBM Corporation is an example among organizations that utilizes... Organizational Metaphors Organization as Brains The metaphor of the organization as the brain perceives the brain as an information processing system with the modern concept of the metaphor being inspired by the developments in information technology (Morgan, 2006). This metaphor seeks...
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Qualitative and Quantitative Research
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...Cybernetics Studies & Research, 48(2), 1-20. Duguleană, L. L., & Nicolae, C. M. (2013). ‘Quantitative marketing research on behavior of the small and medium companies on financial advisory services’. Bulletin Of The Transilvania University Of Brasov. Series V: Economic Sciences, 6(2), 25-30. Zikmund, W. G. (2013). Business research methods. Mason, OH: South-Western.... between Qualitative and Quantitative Research Differences between Qualitative and Quantitative Research Introduction Researchers have relied on the quantitative and qualitative research paradigms in a bid to address different research questions. Notably, the chosen research design depends on the research question being addressed by the ...
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Hypothetical evaluation of Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford Motors
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...Cybernetics and Systems: An International Journal 32, 225-255. Week, J., & Galunic, C. (2003). A theory of the cultural evolution of the firm: the intra organizational ecology of memes. Organization Studies 24, 1309-1352. Discussion 3 - Interview Description... ? 3 Assignments In this paper, three main topics would be discussed. These three topics comprise of memes, its recognition alongwith illustrating an example, determining the positive as well as the most dangerous memes and finally an interview description with a business leader. In this discussion, a hypothetical evaluation of Alan Mulally, CEO of Ford Motors as the leader has been conducted. Discussion 1 - What Are Memes? How Can We Recognize...
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Central Engineering and Research Department
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...cybernetics and human relations theory has been largely ignored (Beckford, 1998). However, each department in Canbide is responsible for developing and implementing the quality program through the corporate wide Excellence through Quality (EQ) program. Drawing on the work of the statistician Walter Schewhart-his tutor-Deming urged a management focus on causes of variability in manufacturing processes. Deming believed in the use of Statistical Process Control (SPC) charts as the key... Deming has the best approach to quality management that would meet the needs of CERG. Crosby defined quality as conformance to requirements. The requirement is towards the quantitative, that is "zero defects". In the...
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Fundamental Assumptions of Psychoanalytic Theory
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...Cybernetics of Symptoms, Dreams, Lateralization: Theory, Interpretation, Therapy. Trafford Publishing. MacIntyre, A. (2004). The Unconscious: A Conceptual Analysis. Routledge. Molino, A. (2004). Culture, Subject, Psyche: Dialogues in Psychoanalysis and Anthropology. Wesleyan. Tauber, A. I. (2010). Freud, the Reluctant Philosopher. Princeton University Press.... Head: Psychoanalytic Theory Psychoanalytic Theory [Institute’s Psychoanalytic Theory Psychoanalytic theory provided a completely fresh approach to the study and cure of abnormal adult behavior. Previous studies tended to overlook behavior and try to find a physiological clarification of abnormality. The uniqueness of Freud's psychoanalytic theory ...
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Capital Budgeting Problems: A solution through Accounting techniques
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...Cybernetics: covers the techniques... Running head: Capital Budgeting Problems: A solution through Accounting techniques Capital Budgeting Problems: A solution through Accounting techniques [Writer's Name] [Institution's Name] In order to keep on delivering profits the business must keep on investing in different projects in order to improve their organizational capabilities. These investments improve the capabilities of the business to respond to the customer demands, the external contacts of business reduces the risks attached to the products, internal integration improve the productivity of organization continuous experimenting not only improve the value creation but also enhance the image...
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Capital Budgeting Problems
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...Cybernetics: covers the techniques applications. The cybernetics theories contend goal oriented behaviour and emphasise the change of role of individuals according to the situation. The main drawback of the theory is that it doesn't provide a universal solution and fails to provide specified guidelines for the individuals about their behaviour in different scenarios. (Aney, 1980) Social systems theory: The social system theories emphasise the role of regulation in order to achieve equilibrium in the unitary and management approach. According to the traditional management... Running head: Capital Budgeting Problems: A solution through Accounting techniques Capital Budgeting Problems: A solution through...
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What is the future for Business Intelligence Explore developments in BI on organisations, Industry and society in general
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...Cybernetics Studies & Research, 47, 2, pp. 85-101. Muntean, M, & Surcel, T 2013, Agile BI - The Future of BI, Informatica Economica, 17, 3, pp. 114-124, Business Source Complete, EBSCOhost, viewed 20 April 2015. Negash, S. (2004). Business intelligence. The Communications of the Association for Information Systems, 13(1), 54 Sabanovic, A, & Søilen, K 2012, Customers Expectations and Needs in the Business Intelligence Software Market, Journal Of Intelligence Studies In Business, 2, 1, pp. 5-20. Şerbănescu, L 2012, Necessity To Implement A Business Intelligence... Business Intelligence Business Intelligence Introduction Business intelligence system is a combination of operational data with various...
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Selecting Forensic Tools
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...Cybernetics Information Assurance Workshop, held at the United States Military Academy, June 2001. Retrieved April 18, 2008, From http://www.cs.fsu.edu/yasinac/Papers/MY01.pdf... The growing indispensability of computer and internet technologies to the storage, retrieval, communication and analysis of information data has made the adoption of data security technologies an imperative. Most, possibly all, organisation which handle sensitive data have security technologies which are designed to pre-empt and prevent unauthorized intrusion but there is no fool-proof preventative strategy. Therefore, many organizations have digital forensic techniques in place which are designed to trackback unauthorized...
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E-Commerce Insider Threats
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...Cybernetics, (pp. 1297 - 1302). Waikoloa, HI : IEEE, Washington, DC, USA. Keeney, M., & Kowalski, E. (2005). Insider Threat Study:Computer System Sabotage in Critical Infrastructure Sectors. U.S Secret Service and CERT Coordination Center/SEI . Ray, D... E-commerce insider security threats E-commerce insider security threats Affiliation February Table of Contents Table of Contents 2Abstract 3 Main Problems 3 Main Insider Threats 4 Potential problems 5 Main Players of Insider Threats 5 Taking Actions to mitigate 6 Conclusion 7 References 7 Abstract E-commerce is the process of carrying out business activities on Internet. At the present, every business implements the techniques of e-commerce for getting mo...
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How much effort and expense should IT managers incur in considering questions of data access and privacy
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...Cybernetics Part A Systems and Humans IEEE Transactions on, 36(3), 429-438. Retrieved from http://ieeexplore.ieee.org/xpls/abs_all.jsp?arnumber=1632278... IT Managers, Data Access and Privacy. Submitted to, Submitted By, of the Submitted on, [February 20th, Data Access and Privacy are two of the most critical issues that govern any organization. With the ongoing rapid advancements in the field of information and communications technology, the issues related to the sanctity of data have become more severe. How they affect the responsibilities of IT managers and their roles has been attempted to be discussed in the report narrated below. Let’s address the core issues of Data Security and Privacy first. Dat...
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Fuzzy systems for diabetes - A literature review ( this specific area)
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...Cybernetics, vol. 96: p. 79-97... systems for diabetes Technological advancement have assisted the development of a range of decision support systems based on domain knowledgedesigned to diagnose medical conditions such as diabetes or various heart diseases. The fuzzy logic and expert system is specifically designed to aid the assessment of complex and uncertain medical situations such as the treatment of illnesses, or in determining the appropriate dose of medicine, as well as in evaluating the clinic and laboratory data (Manaf et al., 2011). During the recent decades the application of a wide variety of complex computational intelligence for resolving and developing solutions to various illnesses has ...
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CApital budgeting
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...Cybernetics: covers the techniques applications... Running head: Capital Budgeting Problems: A solution through Accounting techniques Capital Budgeting Problems: A solution through Accounting techniques [Writer’s Name] [Institution’s Name] In order to keep on delivering profits the business must keep on investing in different projects in order to improve their organizational capabilities. These investments improve the capabilities of the business to respond to the customer demands, the external contacts of business reduces the risks attached to the products, internal integration improve the productivity of organization continuous experimenting not only improve the value creation but also enhance the image...
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THINKING SKILLS AND GENERAL MANAGEMENT
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...cybernetics, total quality management and "lean manufacturing" in the post-modern globalized business era. This paper will review the feasibility of the classical perspective of systematic management in today's management climate. Firstly, a brief review of Taylorism and Fordism will be provided. Secondly, the extension of the principles with regard to total... Scientific management principles were developed during the early 20th century and continue to be utilized in 21st century management practices, although they have also been modified to suit socio-environmental changes. The principles of systematic quality control and operations research of Taylorism, have manifested into management...
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Global Technology
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...cybernetics have... Introduction The effects of globalization and the Internet technological advancements could be observed at a global scale in the 21st century. Because of the multinational corporations' worldwide operations and the Internet's ability to bring people closer, different cultures are intermingling with each other. Companies like McDonalds, Coca Cola and Microsoft etc are removing differences in eating habits, life styles and consumption elements existing in different societies. Now Eastern and Western nations are coming closer to each other and as a result, there have been a lot of concerns that the advancements in global technology and globalization would be detrimental to local cultures ...
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Robots in the Workplace
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...Cybernetics, Part C (Applications and Reviews), 34(2), 113-124. doi:10.1109/TSMCC.2004.826281 Miyashita, Z., Shinozawa, K., Miyashita, T., Ishiguro, H., Hagita, N., & Mitsunaga, N. (2008). What makes people accept a robot in a social environment - discussion from six-week study in an office. Office, 22-26. doi:10.1109/IROS.2008.4650785... ?Robots in the Workplace The new and rapidly growing field of robotics has long since left the industrial world and is beginning to impinge on the office world. While in such a social environment, robots must be able to play very different roles than simply completing their work as ordered. To discuss this phenomenon, we will first look at some types of robots in...
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The Themes of the Body and Physical Experience Characterise Classic Urban Theory
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...Cybernetics, Literature and Informatics. University of Chicago... With the rise of the metropolis, ive society as known in the rural districts increasingly becomes supplanted by the objective society imposed by the nature of such large collective societies. Through the use of factories and other time-ordered activities, the physical experience of the individual has changed to be one of outer, rather than inner, organization. Because of this enforced rhythm to life in the city, it is impossible to study urban theory without taking these concepts into consideration. Therefore, the themes of the body and physical experience characterise classic urban theory, shaping views of hyper stimulation,...
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...cybernetics theory, the flow of information is limited with most of the information being barred from reaching either of us due to the inherent barriers (Mannan 60). In this case, the cultural aspects of the context component are not well... Relational Communication This paper will analyze my relational communication with a friend, Maria, a Native American brought up in their native home; hence, upholds all their cultural practices and beliefs. In this analysis, the paper will pay attention to the component of context, and the manner in which it has molded our relational communication. The difference in cultural background has caused a barrier due to the language difference between us. We have different ...
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Segregation in Labor Markets, Neighborhood, Education, and Criminal Justice
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...cybernetics. For a much cheaper labor cost, computer companies such as Apple, Dell, Hewlett-Packard, and even some other electrical and automotive companies ought to send production processing off-shore to countries that offer much cheaper salary rates and higher number of workers. This scheme maximizes the company’s production budget while still producing high quality materials for the market. On the other hand, cybernetics and automation had been part of everyone’s daily living including in some factories where robotics replaced the then job of one human... ? Segregation in Labor Markets, Neighborhood, Education, and Criminal Justice Segregation in Labor Markets, Neighborhood, Education, and Criminal...
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Marketing Plan
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...Cybernetics. Systems, 44(7), 822-833. doi:10.1109/TSMC.2013.2290506 Kim, M., & Wang, I. (2014). Dynamic product differentiation strategies: an examination of the interplay of firm and industry characteristics. Technology Analysis & Strategic Management, 26(8), 959-983. doi... Please check this most recent file as you are not reviewing the messages I sent you on the Message Board Section/# Title: Lynlicious Marketing Plan Part C Developing LynLicious Pricing and Distribution Strategy: As a function of developing LynLicious’ pricing and distribution strategy, it will be necessary to price the products nominally more expensive as compared to many of the alternatives. Although it would be nice for the brand...
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Constructivist theories
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...Cybernetics. USA: IAP.... and Contrast All constructivist theories have been drawn from Piagetian concepts of human development (Lerman, 1996). Jean Piaget, in his theory of learning and constructivism, discussed how individuals developed knowledge (e.g. Piaget & Smith, 1995; Piaget 1951; Piaget 2004). His main focus has been on the cognitive organization of the knowledge which includes the effect of physical or mental perceptions on individual’s actions. Piagetian theory discusses both the behavioral and cognitive factors that are involved in the child’s development. It states that “reality is constructed by each individual” (Mohrhoff, 2008, p.17). Ernst von Glasersfeld gave an extension to the...
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Paper 2: Proposal for Your final Researched Proposal in IT Business Problem
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...Cybernetics, 2003. IEEE International Conference on. Vol. 5. IEEE, 2003.... MEMO ABC, ABC, Research Proposal on Cyber Security within Organization I am writing you this memo in order to discuss about the actual problem that has become an important part of our daily life. I believe that it is important to highlight such issues so that more research can be done and more knowledge should be spread about such issues. Today is the era of technology and technology is become not only the part of every organization. However, technology has a great impact on the overall performance of the organizations whether from internal processes to final outcomes, strategy to action plans and communication to implement; all...
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