Young Generation And Dependence On Technology.
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Young generation and dependence on technology. In this 21st century, the advancement of technology is at a very high rate. Moreover, individuals all around the world strive to keep up with technology’s high rate of advancement. This is so since through technology different activities such as communication and technical processes can be done effectively and efficiently.
Technology – A blessing in disguise?
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The mere advent of advanced electronics had compelled Canadian educator and Philosopher Marshall McLuhan in terming the recreation of the world into a global village back in the 1960s when there was no sign of either the internet or any similar communications technology
Virtual Reality
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METHOD: Articles and studies containing the words "virtual reality" were searched and their references were additionally reviewed. RESULTS: Upon immersion, Virtual Reality has both the advantages concerning therapeutic approach and disadvantages concerning side-effects.
Quantum: Computing the Future
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According to this paper the large volume of computing processing capabilities has been produced by high speed processing machines. This paper presents a detailed analysis of quantum computing. Moreover, the quantum computing is basically based on the ideas of quantum physics.This paper discusses the role of quantum computing, its history and future developments.
Google
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I believe that Google has core competencies because it was able to make a breakthrough in the Internet business by transforming its technological tool into a profitable business, by relating its core competence with an innovative way to generate revenue flows and structuring its business with the correct mix of technology and innovation.
To What Extent Can Technology Be Viewed As a ‘Civilizing Force’?
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According to the report due to the invention computers and the internet, there have been very many successive technological developments that have brought about other changes in different sectors of the economy. Technology can be viewed as a civilizing force through examining the changes that have occurred in the education sector.
Conceptual Design
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Although designers may have difficulty generalizing their heuristics or styles, they usually have no trouble telling stories about previous design situations. If this kind of reasoning can be captured in a computable model of design, the resulting design system may be capable of learning from design experience and maintaining a reasonable competency in design without major reprogramming.
Quality of Service within Wireless ATM
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Wireless ATN is seen to go further than wired ATM, in terms of fewer delays, less data corruption and loss. There are perceived problems though such as interference from radio frequencies and these and other details of ATM will be discussed further (Lessandro et al, n.d.).
Biometric Security
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The 9/11 attacks on WTC twin towers in the heart of the US, the bomb blasts in London, the 26/11 attacks in India are some of the heinous acts of terror which have forced the security agencies around the world to go for foolproof security measures. But this is resulting in double whammy for the common people.
Object Oriented Programming
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The collections of objects with identical characteristics are collectively known as a class. It is the basis of modularity and structure in an object oriented program. We can design our own classes and create instances of these and then assign them to variables.
Waste Management in Construction Industry
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The paper show the conditions and premises due to which the construction materials go to waste and to introduce viable alternatives in order to provide pollution prevention and waste minimization. This paper evaluates the environmental implications and resource conservation of using innovative materials as a source of construction rather than using the more polluting materials currently in practice.
Office Building
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The narrow depth cellular office, with small offices served off a central corridor, emerged in Europe. In the USA the narrow slab tower towards deep planned space for clerical use with executives in enclosed perimeter offices evolved gradually. The Seagram Building in New York (see fig.
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They can even expect about future technology. The available technology can make them to think about new technologies by thoughts and expectations raised by him in the book. The shifts focus from the capacity of the computers to the caliber of the users in utilizing them.
RC design
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Current design recommendations for RC beam-column joints in earthquake-resistant construction given by Joint carried out with reference to BSs 648, 5950, 6399 and 8110 focus on three main aspects are confinement requirements, evaluation of shear strength; and anchorage of beam and to design, in RC, a typical main beam (element 34), column (element 63) and base, and provide sketch RC details of all three elements ensuring that the beam and column sizes are the minimum possible, working in multiples of 5mm.
Bio Chemistry
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Notable biotechnologies for food processing include fermentation technology, enzyme technology and monoclonal antibody technology. Beneficial microbes participate in fermentation processes, producing many useful metabolites such as enzymes, organic acids, solvents, vitamins, amino acids, antibiotics, growth regulators, flavors and nutritious foods.
Building Information Modeling in Construction Industry
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In addition, the online portal requires some physical space to house its servers and networking elements as well. These days we are in the midst of a recession and financial crisis around the globe. Incidentally this crisis is here because of the housing related mortgage crisis as well.
Urban Studies - Planning and Design
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Urban Studies - Planning and Design The issue of urban planning as highlight by the contemporary Charter of Athens stands for comprehensive objectives with a keen interest in myriad fields including housing, transport, neighborhood as well as the workplace development and sub-categories.
Technological Change and Innovation
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Consider the simple example of fire: from its early application as a source of heat to fight the cold, it has gone on to be used as a means to cook food, widen the dietary options of humans, lengthen life spans and territorial habitation, conquer nations, generate electricity, and send missions to outer space.
Urban Planning
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Urban Planning This has fundamentally generated high density functions concentration in the urbanized areas. However irrespective of the rising industrialization, which has turned the urban areas to under go series of transformation in phases of commercialization, the population's grievances regarding having natural environment has to be taken care of, and therefore it is expected that there will be similar increase in the demands for the implementation of healthy and natural environment, that is based on green and healthy environment.
Relational Database Design
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The Relational Database specification required nine table in the following relationships. A table Textbook with a many-to-many relationship through a junction table (outside join) to the table Module through the Module_Detail table. A many-to-many relationship is required between Module and Field through a join table (outer join or junction table) Field_Detail.
New Technology and Innovation
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s, including traditional surveying methods, aerial photography, remote sensing, and the global positioning system (GPS). These data collection techniques go on to support derivation of conclusions in the statistical analysis of measurements, data management techniques ,data quality, adjustment of survey networks, photogrammetry, boundary surveying, land development, and geographic information science (GIS).They also supplant various legal and professional issues involved in such land surveys.
Usability in Website and Software Design
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Usability in Website and Software Design Website: http://www.usabilityfirst.com/index.txl This web site provides relevant information about Usability; it's actual relevance, discusses various methods of achieving high usability level, usability evaluation methods and the benefits of planning usability in the design of websites among other things.
Telemedicine
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However, it was only in the 1990s that telemedicine programs were more widely implemented. Traditionally, interactive videoconferencing has been the most commonly used modality to deliver Tele-health services. Videoconferencing allows participants at two or more sites to "meet" for real-time interactions.
management of information technology Essay
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"Strategic information management represents a move away from conventional business thinking and practice". http://www.paconsulting.com/insights/managing_for_shareholder_value/services/entry_msv_04_strategic_information_management.htm The majority scholars might concur that we are by now well on our way through the conversion from an industrial economy to an information economy.
Technological Innovation
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Since an organisation's innovation strategies are constrained by their current position, and by specific opportunities open to them in the future based on their competencies, construction organisations will need to determine their technological trajectories or paths.
Role of Information Technology
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As far the suggestion for recommending Information 'Technology for developing countries, the answer is indicated as "YES " and detailed justification appended to the statement. A detailed example is quoted for better appreciation of the Paper. The Paper concludes with a recommendation for implementation of Information Technology.
Information Technology in Procurement Activities
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A thorough literature review was done on Virtual Value Networks, Value models in procurement context and literature on assessment of value of e-procurement At its most basic, study found that e-procurement is coming more and more to mean automating the whole purchasing process than just selling products online, and making order and requisition information available along the entire length of the value chain via the Internet.
Sustainability
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There are obvious global challenges related to sustainability which ranges from pollution and climate change to education, poverty, health and human rights thus various jurisdictions, regulations and standards of practice have been set up. The sustainability agenda sees human activities as the part of and dependent upon the natural world.
New Product for Saving Water
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The project shows how the new product would be developed and from a short listed 5 to 8 new product concepts, one concept for new water saving device is chosen following the prioritizing of the ideas. The focus is on concept development and an examination will be done on how much water will be saved.
Firewall Architectures and Techniques A study on the high speed network security they provide.
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The project is intended to describe and evaluate firewall architectures and techniques and network security they provide. The firewall is the central issue of the network security policy of the enterprise that defines procedures to protect the network and its contents and users from loss and damage.
Telecom Industry
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The process by which the price and output are determined in the real world is strongly affected by the structure of the market. Most markets fall within one of the four different types of market structures. They are perfect competition(many buyers and sellers for a homogeneous product with perfect mobility of resources and each seller is too small to affect the price of the product) at one extreme, pure monopoly at the opposite extreme, and monopolistic competition( many sellers for a homogeneous or differentiated product and entry & exit in to the industry is easy in the long run) and oligopoly(few sellers of a homogeneous or differentiated product with difficulty in entry in to the industr
Internet Banking Essay
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Internet services are given to clients at its disposal. The need to use the Internet may be registered on-line through the Bank's web site. Khalfan A (2004) With the advances in the information and technology sector, business and the market economy are changing tremendously.
Sustainability in the Construction Industry
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Thus to sustain the growth of building industry it has become inevitable to search for alternate solutions that causes less impact on the environment. One of the ways of attaining this objective is by using the recycled materials for construction activities.
Stumbling over Gmail
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Privacy clause is vital ingredient of internet based services and full disclosure of the process would have greatly relieved the anxiety of the users regarding their privacy and fear of misuse of their confidential information.
New technology requirement for health care industry
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Skilled personnel and advanced structural infrastructure is among the essential requirements, which include well trained and selfless health care providers, and a smooth coordination between the public and health care providers. Additionally, other skilled personnel required are the engineers, information analysts among others.
Measuring Success
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The purpose of virtual team is to have diverse skills and continue working for 24 hours a day. Businesses get the benefit of increased productivity by being located around diverse time zones. Due to technological advancement, virtual teams do not need to waste time in travelling, and this increases their productivity.
The Hunger Games
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Twenty-four other children are also forced to get into an arena to fight each other to death. Katniss is not only a fighter, considering that she would not go down without a fight, but also loyal to Gale, Peeta, and most importantly, her family.
Assessment of Small Wind Generation Technologies in Australia
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In recent years, green energy became imperative in sustainable strategies being adopted by many countries. One of the most viable and certainly most popular among the alternative energy sources is wind power. It comes from wind energy, generated by wind turbines and offer an excellent alternative.
Electric Powered Vehicles vs. Gasoline Powered
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The research describes features of electric cars; demonstrates reasons that make people invest in electric cars such as consumption of energy, no pollutant emission, more reliability, overnight charging, quietness of electric cars, style and features of newer models and present some negative points related to electric cars e.g. limited range, long time to recharge the battery and onboard energy storage.
Radio Frequency Identification
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This essay analyzes the three main stages of the manufacturing of the motorcycles that can be the possible target points for the implementation of the RFID technology that are the various parts as they are supplied by the suppliers, the work in progress in the form of subassemblies of the parts as they are during the process of manufacturing and the finished product.
The Development of RFID in Libraries
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This paper therefore aims to present information about the development of RFID in libraries and to evaluate its influence in the society.
An evaluation of online library catalogue: the SirsiDynix online catalogue used by Greater Dandenong Libraries.
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The Greater Dandenong Library employs the SirsiDynix technology for its cataloguing system. SirsiDynix is a United States company known as a provider of automation systems, electronic networking services and other related services that a library may require.
What can we learn from children's own experience of technology and media outside school?
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The basic issue is how the media and technology is applied by individuals. By using their understanding of effective teaching and applying advanced instruments, teachers can assist children in inventing, envisioning, and gaining new knowledge and learning levels
ICT development
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“ICT (information and communications technology - or technologies) is an umbrella term that includes any communication device or application, encompassing: radio, television, cellular phones, computer and network hardware and software, satellite systems and so on, as well as the various services and applications associated with them, such as videoconferencing and distance learning.”(Techtarget, 2011)
Cellular telephones essential tool or infernal devices?
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Today, mobile phones are not just for communicating with in each other, but increasingly serve the role of a window to the world around us. Checking emails, surfing for information in the web, conducting business, entertainment, making reservations and bookings, and getting in touch with friends on social sites are some of the daily usages of our mobile phones.
Tata "NANO" The People Car
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Tata Motors company was inspired by the need to create safety cheap private mobility for the Indian population. The researcher analyzes and presents characteristics of this small "NANO" car, it's benefits and low pricing, that was one of the most important purposes for the Tata Motors company while designing the car.
Aircraft landing gear system
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The National advisory Committee for Aeronautics (NACA) by testing in a wind tunnel in 1927 came to the conclusion that the aircraft landing gear made a significant contribution to the drag of an airplane. The retractable landing gears thus became a priority.
Rainwater Collecting And Reuse
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This paper presents some of the classic designs that aim at reducing water wastage through collection by various means. The designs vary largely depending on the imagination of the developers in their consideration of saving water from various possible ways of wastage.
Software Engineering and HCI
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Analysing requirements at the business, corporate, technical and other functional spheres in a systematic way is the essence of requirements engineering. In more general language, it can be referred to as requirements specification, requirements capture or requirements gathering.
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