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Optimization of Extrusion Cooking Process - Results and discussions Extrusion cooking was done and extreudated were prepared based on the full factorial design with all possible combination of process parameters discussed in the previous chapter. All the extrudates were tested for its quality in terms of physical properties (BD, MC, ER), functional properties (WAI, WSI) and textural property (Harness). The process parameters were tested for its significance on the quality of extrudates and optimized using full factorial ANOVA. P value and r-square value obtained from ANOVA for each quality factors were consolidated and given in the Table....   [tags: extrudates, rice-fish extrudate, bulk density]
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The Process of Developing Legislation - ... Once the bill is drafted by this office, it is returned to the legislator for introduction. The introduction of the bill is carried out in the specific house where the legislator is a member. In essence, if the author or legislator is a Senator, the introduction is carried out in the Senate while it is introduced in the Assembly if the author is an Assembly Member. During the introduction of the bill, the bill is read for the first time in the floor of the house by stating the bill number, author’s name, and descriptive title....   [tags: senate, bill, committees] 885 words
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Theory of Deliberative Nursing Process - Orlando’s Theory of Deliberative Nursing Process is based on key concepts and dimensions. Key concepts include: patient’s behavior, need for help, improvement, nurse’s reactions, perception, though, feeling, nurse’s activity, automatic nursing process, and deliberative nursing process. Frameworks from the theory have evolved from other theorist in regards to Orlando’s theory and include: professional nursing function, the patient’s presenting behavior, immediate reaction, deliberative nursing process, and improvement (Alligood, 2006)....   [tags: Health Care, Nursing] 648 words
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Improvements to the Selection Process - The Uniform Guidelines state a statistical test can determine whether the use of selection procedures lead to adverse impact. To conduct a test, the number of minority applicants selected is divided by the number of minority applicants. Then, the number of non-minority applicants selected divided by the number of non-minority applicants. My organization should apply the Four-Fifth Rule by calculates the ratios of each group and evaluating whether the minority group is at least 80% of the most favorably treated group....   [tags: Diversity, Minorities, Roles] 1100 words
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The Process of Water Treatment - Malaysian consumed an average of 230 liters of water per person per day. Furthermore, Malaysian’s water consumption per capita per day is alarmingly high and increasingly about 7.6 liters per year (Kerri, 2008). Water plays an important role for humans as natural resource needed for both drinking and irrigation purposed. The increases of population as well as the increase in economic and industrial activities have led to high demand for water. In order to produce potable water, water treatment process must be conducted properly....   [tags: Water Consumption, Malaysia, Drinking Water]
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The Rewarding Process of Glassblowing - ... It is usually made out of steel or iron and insulated on one side. The Glassblower puts the blowpipe into the batch. The batch sticks to one side and is then removed. The glass at the end of the blowpipe is called the parison and this is term used to describe the unfinished project. After the glassblower has achieved the desired amount of molten glass, the parison is rolled across a steel table. This table is called a marver. The marver is used to lower the temperature of the glass to the point where it can be molded....   [tags: ornaments, insulators, molded] 878 words
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The Process of Risk Management - Chapter One 1. In your own words, what is risk management. Risk Management is the process that a company goes through to define organizational assets, threats and vulnerabilities and devise ways to protect them. According to Roper, the importance of risk management as a single function, for an organization is becoming more and more understood within the upper levels of business management (Roper, 1999). Additionally, CEO’s, COO’s and CFO’s worldwide know that every decision will have pros and cons that will carry some degree of risk (“Risk Management”, n.d.)....   [tags: organizational best practices] 2569 words
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The Process of Memory Storage - ... It's role is to provide a smooth stream of visual information to the brain which can be extracted by the extended period of time from visual short-term memory. It's key role is involvement with change detection of our visual environment which assists in the perception of motion. Second is Echoic memory which are known as sensory memory registers; its component of sensory memory is the specific to retaining auditory information. Echoic memories are stored for a longer period of time. Third is Haptic memory which is a form of sensory memory that refers to the recollection of data after it is acquired by touch after the stimulus is presented....   [tags: retrieval, recall, sensory memory] 1569 words
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The Purchasing Process of Woolworths - ... Delivery Lead time between placing an order and receiving the material in an organization can be critical to efficient stock management and to the overall performance of the organization. This can be achieved by applying the philosophy of just-in-time that uses the continuous and forced problem in getting rid of all waste in the production processes or rendering services. Woolworths owns its own fleet of trucks and controls its own petrol sites co-owned with Caltex. Steps of Purchasing Process There are stages that guide the purchasing process in determining the need, description of the need, selecting the supplier, arriving at proper price, specifying terms and conditions, issuing of co...   [tags: merchandise, profit, management]
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Understanding the Childhood Learning Process - ... (Falk, 26) A common teaching method found in public education is active learning. The process takes a book or a series of books and teaches a systematic process in order to prepare for a test. This style of teaching has its advantages because it helps prepare a student for the test date; however, there are also disadvantages. One disadvantage to this style is described as superficial understanding. Many students will cram for the big test and although they can recall the information on test date, they do not possess a good understanding of the information, leading to a lack of education....   [tags: schools, social norms] 2337 words
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Research: The Sampling Design Process - The sampling design process includes five steps which are closely related and are important to all aspect of the marketing research project. The five steps are: defining the target population; determining the sample frame; selecting a sampling technique; determining the sample size; and executing the sampling process. 1. Defining the Target Population: The target population is the population that the reasearcher thinks has the information he or she needs to carry out the research project. 2. Determining the Sample Frame: A sample frame is a representation of the target population....   [tags: population, selecting, determining the sample] 608 words
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Phases of The Nursing Process - Introduction The nursing process is “An organised, systematic and deliberate approach to nursing with the aim of improving standards in nursing care” (Rush S, Fergy S &Weels D, 1996).The five steps of the nursing process are assessment, diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluating. It was developed by Ida Jean in Florida, USA in 1958 and it was transferred to the UK by 1970.The ‘process ‘is neither a ‘model ‘nor a ‘philosophy’ as it is sometimes defined but merely a method of reasonable discerning and it needs to be used with a clear nursing model....   [tags: data collection, observation, physical examination]
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Understanding The Software Development Process - In our modern society, software has become a very critical component in all kinds of systems and software failures have become the most vital factor that terminates the service and proper function of the whole system. Therefore, it is very important and urgent to understand the software development process and eliminate as many potential problems in software as possible. Software reliability is defined as the probability of failure-free software operation for a specified period of time in a specified environment....   [tags: fracas, software reliability, do-178b]
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The Process of Nitrogen Cycle - The environment is stabilized by the biogeochemical cycles. Biogeochemical cycles are the processes that occur naturally and recycle the nutrients in different chemical forms from the non-living ecosystem to living organisms and then back to the non-living ecosystem. Biogeochemical cycles consist of five cycles which are iron cycle, sulphur cycle, phosphorus cycle, nitrogen cycle and carbon cycle. The most important and complex of biogeochemical cycles is the nitrogen cycle (Botkin & Keller, 2012)....   [tags: Environment, Biogeiochemical Cycles, Processes]
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The Process of Arranged Marriage - The Process of Arranged Marriage The Arabic culture has many unique aspects just like any other culture in the world. One of these aspects is Arranged Marriages, which many people have varying viewpoints on. This paper will layout the various opinions and view points that come to mind when a person hears the phrase Arranged Marriage. Furthermore it will layout the initial process where a bride and groom initially meet, as well as the females overall say in the process of who her to be husband is....   [tags: arabic culture, arranged marriage]
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The Process of Decision Making - ... The second stage of decision making process is gathering and evaluating data. As stated by Prasad (2008), the managers should identify the different choices available in order to get most acceptable outcome of a decision. From searching different alternatives the managers can evade blocks in operations as choices are suitable if a particular idea goes wrong. Khanka (2000) expresses the view that selections can developed from in many ways such as can get from sources like experience, do training other organizations, and take others ideas and suggestions related in problems....   [tags: organizational behavior] 1136 words
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What is the Budgetary Process? - What are some questions that come to mind when you think of the budgetary process. Some may ask questions like what exactly does the budgetary process mean and how does it work. How has the budget process been handled in recent years and has it changed. How do we contribute to the budgetary process and does it benefit or affect us the people. The budget is an important document and process in state government and the decisions made can either benefit or affect the citizens of the states therefore it is of importance to us as well....   [tags: government, organization, citizens, money] 1119 words
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The Induction Process, An Outline - ... • The line manager delegate tasks to a mentor to reduce his workload. • All necessary training will be delivered to the employee on the first day to make him aware of safety in the work place. 3. First week at work. • Within the first week the employee will be closely followed, coached and trained by his line manager and mentor. • The employee will receive all training as required. • All necessary meetings will be arranged for the employee to meet his key contacts and customers. 4. From the second week up to week twelve: • The employee is coached by his line manager....   [tags: new employees, company] 1327 words
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Business: The Proyect Management Process - ... In the first step the manager should determine the purpose of the stakeholder management process and plan the activities. Second and very important step is to identify existing and potential stakeholders through checklists, interviews and brainstorming. The third step is ideal for evaluation of stakeholders according to their interests and how positive or negative they are about the project. There is a stakeholder mapping technique, which is called power/interest matrix, where project managers can evaluate and categorize stakeholders according to their power and interest for the project (Olander and Landin, 2005)....   [tags: stakeholders, timing, and requirements] 2069 words
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The Process of Gene Expression - ... The RNA polymerase then splits the double helix DNA molecule into two nucleotides. When doing this the breaking down of the hydrogen bonds between DNA nucleotides occurs. The RNA and DNA helix’s break apart and the new RNA strand is complete. If the cell has a nucleus, it will then be processed again which will then exits to the cytoplasm. During this process a 3’poly-A tail and a 5’cap happens and also exits through the nuclear pore complex. A poly-A tail means it consists of multiple adenosine monophosphates; which it is a stretch of RNA that has only adenine bases....   [tags: eukaryotes, multicellular organisms] 583 words
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The Navy's Ineffectual Advancement Process - Selfishness, disrespectful, and indecisive are certain traits that seem to appear more frequently in today’s leadership due to an ineffectual advancement process. The Navy has certain advancement processes such as a standardized test, required quotas to advance, and evaluations that do not accurately reflect the person’s being. Furthermore favoritism plays a big part on the evaluation process by bribery, and furthermore being a sycophant. These rolls and processes are what make the leadership today and should be changed to view more of performance based advancement qualities to increase the effectiveness of today’s leadership....   [tags: Navy, military, leadership,] 762 words
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The Navy's Poor Advancement Process - Selfishness, overblown sense of worth, and indecisiveness are certain traits that seem to appear more frequently in today’s leadership due to an ineffectual advancement process. The Navy’s advancement process consist of a standardized test, Navy wide rating quotas, and evaluations which may or may not accurately reflect the person’s being. Certain aspects of these rolls and processes need to be changed to more accurately reflect those qualities that are required to be an effective leader in today’s Navy....   [tags: leadership, Navy, military,] 1002 words
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Congressional and Presidential Budgeting Process - Throughout history there has been much concern over issues regarding the national debt and government spending. The United States has had its ups and downs with the national debt and the balancing of the budget. As a multitude of changes have been made to improve the budget system many believe that too much control over the budget is vested with the president and the executive branch. While the Congressional Budget and Reform Act of 1974 awarded Congress added power and influence in response to this concern over the budget process, the president still has an advantage in the budgetary process....   [tags: American Government]
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The Process of Car Restoration - ... Although sandblasting and acid tank dipping is quite expensive, it is considered as one of the most effective way to remove rust and protect it against future corrosion. In order to be durable, the chassis frame must be coated properly besides maintaining a high standard. The second stage is to reupholster the interior of the car to match the top-notch quality from the factory. However, if the seats are damaged, they have to be repaired where all coil springs are replaced or retied before being reupholstered....   [tags: returning an automobile to its genuine condition]
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Northern Ireland and Peace Process - Northern Ireland & Peace Process The origins of the Northern Ireland peace process can be traced back to the agreement generally known as the Anglo-Irish Agreement, which was signed in 1985 between the British and Irish governments. According to this agreement, the United Kingdom accepted the condition that the constitutional status of Northern Ireland in the United Kingdom will not be changed without the approval of the majority of Irish citizens. It also recognized the fact that the Irish government will be awarded an active role in the issues and decision-makings related to Northern Ireland....   [tags: goverment, policies, agreements]
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Steps of the Leadership Process - ... Good leaders are continually working and studying to improve their leadership skills; they are NOT resting on their achievements. Definition of Leadership Leadership is complex to define In the past century, more than 10,000 articles have been published about leadership. Through the decades, the complex definition of leadership has intrigued the masses. In the book The Extraordinary Leader, the authors Zenger and Folkman write that there has been no way to define the different constituencies of the leader (Folkman, 2009)....   [tags: skills, communication, goals] 728 words
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The Reproductive Process of Earthworms - All earthworms are hermaphrodites which means they have both male and female reproductive organs in the one individual. When two individuals meet, Hermaphroditism makes two possible exchanges of sperm instead of one. The two Earthworms inseminate each other and after this process the eggs are produced. To complete this process takes around 24hrs. Mating usually occurs when the ground is wet following rain. Most often Earthworms protrude the anterior end and mate with another earthworm in an adjacent burrow or emerge and travel over the surface of the ground before mating....   [tags: Biology, Reproduction] 751 words
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Criminal Justice System and Process - Introduction According to Morrison (2008) crime is a salient fact which is an integral part of many adverse risks humans are susceptible to, today. On the other hand a crime which is a wrong doing can be classified as a felony or a misdemeanor; this is because it is against a public law. A felony can be defined as a serious crime that is punishable by at least a year’s jail-term whereas a misdemeanor is a crime whose punishment is either a fine or and up to a year in jail (Smith, 2008). Crimes are therefore defined as well as punished by statutes and the common law....   [tags: Criminal Justice ]
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The Process of Adolescent Development - Introduction Adolescence is a transition which has no fixed time limits. However, the changes that occur at this time are so significant that it is useful to talk about adolescence as a distinct period of human life cycle. This period ranges from biological changes to changes in behavior and social status, thus making it difficult to specify its limits exactly (Damon, 2008). Adolescence begins with puberty, i.e. a series of physiological changes that lead to full development of the sexual organs and the ability to breed and sex....   [tags: Child Development ]
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The Natural Human Learning Process - The Natural Human Learning Process helps me achieve success in college as well as everyday life. I have found it useful to understand how the brain grows and develops during the learning process, and how the emotions control learning. This information is great to pass on to others to give them a better understanding on how the brain works, and how this process can help them. According to Dr. Smilkstein, learning is a biological process that involves physical growth in your brain. The more time and practice you spend learning something (whatever it is) the more your brain changes and grows....   [tags: how the brain works] 570 words
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Aspects of the Communication Process - There are many aspects to the communication process. It is necessary to take into consideration the definition of communication. Communication is defined as a process involving several steps, among two or more persons, for the primary purpose of exchanging information (Wallace, 2009). There are several steps that compose the communication process. Communication requires transmitting an idea, sending the idea through a medium, receiving the message, understanding the idea, and providing feedback to the message sender (Wallace, 2009)....   [tags: messages, channels, barriers]
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Heredity: A Vital Biological Process - ... “Asexual reproduction involves a single parent, either male or female, passing all of its genes to its offspring, these results in an offspring that is genetically a copy of the parent except in occasional cases where mutations occur during the process of reproduction” (campbell, 2010). However in sexual reproduction, “egg and sperm cells are continuously made in the haploid form” (reece, 2000). When these gametes fuse during fertilisation, in the nucleus of the egg cell, they form a diploid zygote that consists of genetic information from both parents this is all due to meiosis....   [tags: DNA, genetic lineage] 951 words
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The Strategic Planning Marketing Process - The Strategic Planning Marketing Process An organization must use a strategic marketing process to distribute its marketing mix resources to reach its target markets. The elements of a proper marketing mix are price, product, place, and promotion. They are the four P’s of the marketing process (Goi, 2009) Good understanding of the marketing mix is important for an organization. When a company is developing a marketing plan, it must consider each element. Just as important is an understanding how to use the element in the marketing process....   [tags: Marketing]
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Allowing an Alternative Healing Process - Everyday around the world millions of people experience the amazing bond between humans and animals. Anyone who has felt a connection with a pet and experienced that unconditional love, understanding, and acceptance, knows the value of a pet’s companionship. These qualities make animals the ideal therapeutic visitors for patients in hospitals and other medical facilities. So why is it that some facilities do not want their residents to take hold of this relationship. Therapy dogs provide motivational, educational, and recreational interactions that can enhance an individual’s value of life....   [tags: Health Care ]
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The Organizational Process of Decision-Making - ... Krieger (2005) sustained that, being the decision-making process in aviation carried on by more the on individual, it is important to consider the construct of shared mindfulness, defined by him as “a state of mindfulness achieved conjointly, whereby, in the communicative interaction, the individuals involved are in an active state of attending, responding, and perceiving information correctly. As a result, they are continually updating, attuned, and open to incoming data that are unexpected, disconfirming, improbable, implicit, and/or contested.”....   [tags: cockpit, shared mindfulness, HRO]
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Lobbyists and The Legislative Process - Lobbyists and the Legislative Process Word Count: 1,638   Table of Contents Part A: The Plan of Investigation 3 Part B: Summary of Evidence 3 Part C: Evaluation of Sources 5 Part D: Analysis 6 Part E: Conclusion 8 Part F: Sources 9   Part A. Plan of Investigation Research Question: To what degree are lobbyists’ successful at influencing the legislative process in Congress. This investigation analyzes the influence of lobbyists on the legislative process in Congress....   [tags: influence, progress, political action]
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Popular Music: The Creative Process - ... As a singing teacher, I see improvisation as an important tool in ear training, and developing oneself as an artist, and so I teach improvising to my students as young as nine years old. When it comes to using improvisation as a way of developing ones musical identity, one needs to be free to explore, in order to make these kinds of discoveries. In order to do so, the most important thing is to allow oneself to make “mistakes”, that is, “let yourself fail (be okay with it)”. I teach my students, that discovering what works musically and coming up with new ideas and your own musical personality, virtually insists mistakes are made to take you to new places that you may not have been to, h...   [tags: free improvisation, singers] 1041 words
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Actuaries and the Auditing Process - ... In addition to the assessment of reasonableness of technical provisions, a reviewing actuary may also be concerned about the adequacy of premiums. Specific Skills and Techniques Used Actuaries that are involved in the audit process will test the adequacy of reserves through various statistical techniques (Beekman, 2014). Actuaries will use statistical methods and models. Deterministically, Deloitte actuaries use the Chain ladder (claims run-off triangles) and the Bornhuetter Ferguson Method as two techniques to assess the level of reserves....   [tags: business risk assessment]
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Communication in the Planning Process - This paper will talk about the role of communication in the strategic and program planning process, which is necessary for managing a multidisciplinary and multicultural health care system to boost organizational effectiveness. As the report expounds, the reason as to why some health care organization become successful is because of effective management. Communicate is an important concept that carries out planning, strategies and organizations mainly through the ability to encourage coordination between managers and staff....   [tags: conductors, employees, effective communication]
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The Process of Horse Breeding - Horses have been domesticated for about five-thousand years. (Klinkenborg) Humans have domesticated horses and have controlled horses’ actions. There are many opinions in the horse related world that feel strongly about this topic. People need to raise awareness to the things we are doing to these wonderful animals. It all begins with the breeding process. That is the root of a lot of other problems that have occurred. People working with horses need to realize when to intervene and acknowledge the effects they have on their horses regarding the breeding process....   [tags: horses, domestication, mare, stallion, health]
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The Process of Film Making - The Process of Film Making Offering the unique ability to visually and audibly convey a story, films remain a cornerstone in modern society. Combined with a viewer’s desire to escape the everyday parameters of life, and the excitement of enthralling themselves deep into another world, many people enjoy what films stand to offer. With the rising popularity of films across the world, the amount of film makers increases every day. Many technological innovations mark the advancement of film making, but the essential process remains the same....   [tags: editing, footage, script]
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Strategy as a Planned Process - ... While redefining the definition, Whittington(2001) and Mintzberg(1990) have considered the classical approach as a part of the perspective. Whittington has provided the development of strategic management thought into four perspectives: the Classical one, the Evolutionary, the Processual (process) and the Systemic perspectives. The classical approach is those approaches which has mentioned above. Other than that, Mintzberg(1990) has developed the ten schools of thought about strategy formation, the designing schools: a process of conception, : a formal process, positioning school: an analytical process represent the classical approach in different ways....   [tags: Chandler, direction, plan]
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Ultrafiltration: The Water Purification Process - ... The Twin Oaks Valley water treatment plant helps to mitigate any water shortages and also provide a self-sufficient, affordable, high quality supply that will meet the area’s demands. The Zee Weed ultrafiltration system does not require the need for heavy and area consuming pretreatment systems such as coagulation and flocculation that are specified in the conventional technology offerings. This system comparatively produced a significantly smaller plant, which ensured the use of land at this space-constrained site and optimized the damage of surrounding sensitive lands....   [tags: treatment, chemicals, quality] 676 words
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Process of the Human Heart - Process of the Human Heart The human heart has four chambers, the right atrium, left atrium, left ventricle, and right ventricle. The human heart has a ton of amazing features. The normal heart rate for adults is 120/80. The human heart weighs twelve ounces and beats at seventy-two beats per minute it is the size of a human fist. Its blood flow has many functions and is extremely vital to our bodies. We would not be able to survive without our heart. I will talk about the functions of our heart and the blood flow of our heart....   [tags: anatomy, structure, blood] 808 words
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Communication Conflicts and Resolution Process - Communication: Almost 70% of our daily life is spent while communicating. Talking to others, reading newspaper, magazine etc. So communication is indeed an integarl part fo our daily life but what exactly is communication. Although the communication theorist has never come up with a single definition for communication but in general it refers to ‘’ the process of creating a meaningful understanding between two or more people’’ or when we think of communication in a complex manner, it refers to a cyclial and dynamic two way process that form basis of human behavior....   [tags: Solutions, Tolerance, Plan] 1655 words
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Strategic Planning Process of Bytes - ... Typically for large corporations like Bytes, incurring a handsome amount of cost on R&D would be imminent. Thus there will come a time when Bytes will have to apply for loans, and that would be very detrimental financially as it would cost them high loan rates. Despite the fact that Bytes Group leads the market, by now they ought to know that technology industry is very competitive. They will have to strive through their existing rival both domestically and internationally. Now that we have identified the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats present in Bytes Technology, we can develop a SWOT 2x2 matrix that allows us to utilise the information and develop strategies that may...   [tags: leading ICT groups in Africa, business analysis] 3417 words
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Assessment and the Counseling Process - ... For example medical assessments of babies at birth, assessment of accident victims, periodic educational progress may be required and psychological evaluations of the mentally disturbed. (Mnkandla 2000). Standardised tests mean giving the same test to a large number of people, for example on students to be able to compare their scores and come up with viable statistics. In education, it also helps grading students for the next grade or college. Standardised tests are perceived as being fair than non-standardised tests, which is different test to different test takers....   [tags: standardized testing] 1190 words
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Morality in the Judicial Process - Justices must by necessity implicitly or explicitly consider questions of wisdom, justice, social harm and morality when deciding if a statute is unconstitutional. They should ensure that all these considerations are rooted in constitutional principles and constitutional questions. Society should not imagine these considerations are not present in judicial reasoning, nor should justices be ruled by them. The questions justices properly ask when deciding if a statute is unconstitutional are shaped by a moral vision of the proper role of the judiciary in representative democracy....   [tags: Ethics]
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The Process of Knowledge Acquisition - The overall essence of education or knowledge acquisition is reflected in an axiom by Confucius which says “Tell me, and I will forget; show me, and I will remember; but involve me, and I will understand. Back then, it was clear that learning was a comprehensive process which involves passionate exchanges between students and their teachers; unfortunately this is not the case in most modern classrooms. Instead of the expected bidirectional communication between learners and teachers, in the modern learning environment there is a unidirectional system which involves the teacher incessantly hurling facts at students who, due to their passive roles as mere receptacles, have fallen asleep or; in...   [tags: Education] 1148 words
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The Law Enforcement Hiring Process - Introduction This paper will show four different police departments that are currently hiring or recruiting for police officers. There will be a summary on the research found on the process used to recruit police officers. It will also show their current hiring trends and what hiring practices they have that are successful or not successful. The paper will also go over the different methods departments use to train their new officers and their values. The Process of Recruiting Police Personal Recruiting officers is a vital job for any city, state, federal department....   [tags: Recruiting Police Personal]
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Process Responsible for Catenary Differentiation - Studying soils along a slope, is one of the simplest, yet, most elegant ways to discern spatial interrelationships between soils and topography. The geometry and nature of slopes can be used to define and describe the slope, and can be used as a predictor of soil character on the slope. The characteristics that are used to describe a slope are the factors of gradient, length, aspect, curvature and elevation. These characteristics/factors describe the term catena. Slope Gradient: is the steepness or inclination of a lope from a horizontal plane....   [tags: soils, topography, slope gradient]
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The Process of Film Making - ensuring the editor can seamlessly cut from one shot to another without continuity errors. A continuity error consists of any detail that unintentionally differs from one shot to another within the same scene. If an actor reads a line from one angle, they will need to recite that line exactly the same, using the same exact gestures, with the same exact tone, only from a different angle. If not, then the slightest overlooked detail can potentially negate an entire shot. A director will often utilize the help of a script supervisor to ensure continuity throughout the scene....   [tags: footage, editing, scenes]
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The Process of Natural Selection - ... The five year trip on the HMS Beagle to South America opened his eyes and later in 1859 Charles Darwin Published the world-changing book, On The Origin of Species. Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection has had a major impact on the way scientists think about life on earth. In the beginning, he made the distinctions that all life on earth had a common origin, so that all creatures came from an ancient common ancestor.Years later he would present his second great idea on evolution by realizing that some individuals would succeed in competition for resources and some wouldn’t....   [tags: Charles Darwin, On the Origin of Species] 783 words
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The Process of Strategic Management - 1. Corporate Mission Statement A corporate mission statement is designed to share with managers, employees or customers, showing the purpose, direction, and opportunity of a project. Usually, it happens when corporations allow their subsidies or business units to design their own sales and profit goals and market strategies; or when the enterprises properly change its original business planning, in order to capture the opportunities in new market. At first of all, a company has to know the mission and themselves clearly....   [tags: corporate mission statement, SWOT analysis] 2461 words
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Process of Improvement of Bugzilla - ... It says the following: Individual Assignments 20%, Individual Critique 12%, Individual Contribution 5%, Individual Presentation 8%, Project (Team assignments) 50%, Client Evaluation 5% Whereas the actual grade distribution as told to me by Prof. Supannika is: Individual Assignments 35%, Individual Critique 10%, Project (Team assignments) 50%, Client Evaluation 5% It would be great if the grade distribution is corrected. 2) WinWin/Winbook Operational Concepts, and System and Software Requirements a) What is your opinion about the win win negotiation process the way it was held....   [tags: suggestions, class, team, tools] 3282 words
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Legaislative Process on a Bill - ... The obvious nature of a reformation indicates that something previously enacted is to be altered in the endeavor of better outcomes. Juvenile Justice Reform in Georgia is no different in this regard, in that the state enacted policies and legislation based on a trending form of jurisprudence that failed in the long run at bearing its weight in promises. Before examining the intricacies in bureaucratic and legislative processes that facilitated the reform, its historical context must first be elucidated....   [tags: political, government, code, crime] 972 words
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Analysis of Production System Process - ... Production systems can be modelled with a system diagram. inputs - cad drawings, lay plan, fabrics, fastenings, manufacturing specification. Processing - designing, modelling, pattern making, quality control, manufacturing. Outputs - end product, consumer satisfaction, employee satisfaction. Feedback - information, new ideas, expertise, customer feedback Systems and subsystems In a production system, a number of different processes or subsystems take place at the same time. Examples of subsystems Lay-planning: this involves laying out pattern pieces of a fabric to work out the quantity and cost of material....   [tags: industrial practice, manufacturer, production] 822 words
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The Process of Cheese Making - ... To start the cheese making process, we require the groundwork of all cheese "milk". Variation in the nature of cheese happen relying upon the sort of milk utilized. A mixture of sorts of milk are utilized to make distinctive sorts of cheeses for example cow, goat and sheep Milk should likewise be carefully chosen to verify there are no anti-microbial or harmful against that could affect the procedure. After the milk is ready, it’s typically pasteurized, following by the addition of starter culture....   [tags: milk, proteins, coagulation] 754 words
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Disadvantages of Business Process Outsourcing - ... Team A is UBS investment banking operations located in UK. It is planed to be offshore outsourced to an external company located in a foreign country. A team of offshore workers came to UK and started to learn tasks sitting beside their onshore partners before they can go back to the home country to begin the actual work. Before the transition period, the outsourcing plan and transition arrangement have been announced in the team meeting. At the beginning of the period, UBS management advised Team A employees in a one-to-one meeting if he or she is a “survivor“ (being reallocated to other teams within UBS, getting interview opportunities in other teams or being laid-off) and that the Tea...   [tags: bank industry, management] 1780 words
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Unified Software Development Process - The unified software development process, or unified process, is one of several methods used to develop software and applications. It can be applied to projects as big as an operating system release or as small as a computer science class project, and its wide variety of use is where the unified process derives its most usefulness. Description: A formal definition of the unified process is “...a use-case-driven, architecture-centric, iterative and incremental development process framework...” (Software Development Magazine, online)....   [tags: technology, informative essay]
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A Water Treatment Process - ... There are two different phases in this process which are “rapid mixing to disperse coagulant chemicals by violent agitation into the water being treated and flocculation to agglomerate small particles into well-defined flock by gentle agitation for a much longer time” (Omran, 2011, p. 58). In this method, Omran (2011) believed that stable particles (unsticky) is converted to unstable (sticky) particles due to effectiveness of coagulant. Due to this method, Olumuyiwa, Fred and George (2012) reviewed that small size particles is transformed into bigger ones with higher rate of velocity and sedimentation and the sludge formed can then be disposed off....   [tags: the importance of freshwater] 1034 words
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The Process Towards Globalization - Introduction Globalisation as process of international relations incorporates the aspects of economics and politics. The process of globalization is through the exchange of views, ideas, products and various other aspects. Through cultural differences within different countries, the process of globalization creates a unique realm by which globalisation can take place. The process of globalization is benign and within this essay will discuss the very aspects of globalization that make it a process that is good and a process that affects the world positively....   [tags: world economics, international relations]
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Statistical Process Control Charts - ... When the cell phone had not been on the market for long, it did not matter whether it had a camera or not, which is indifferent quality. After some time, it became an attractive quality attribute. Later it was more or less a standard accessory, one-dimensional quality. Today, a cell phone without a camera is not considered acceptable, it is a must be quality. Fifth, Höglund and Olsson (2006) include quality development as a view of quality and state that there are two main objectives: to sustain a stable level of quality and to improve activities to a higher level of quality....   [tags: quality control technique] 2428 words
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Recruiting and Selection Process - Southwest Airlines has developed the ability to attract top talent while retaining those already working within their company. This human resource function is one that companies are striving to continuously improve. In which many companies try to duplicate Southwest’s approach, but are not as successful as the customer service oriented airlines themselves. The mission of Southwest Airlines is dedication to the highest quality of Customer Service delivered with a sense of warmth, friendliness, individual pride, and Company Spirit....   [tags: Human Resources Attributes, Southwest Airlines] 837 words
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Health Care Policies Process - Health care policies are plans that intended to determine or influence decisions or actions that will help to achieve specific health care goals. Most of these policies are actions taken by the government to improve the American health care system. The purpose of this essay is to describe the process of how a topic eventually becomes a policy and tie to how the Affordable Health Care Act (ACA) policy process. This essay will include the formulation stage, legislative stage, and implementation stage of a complete policy process....   [tags: formulation, legislative and implementation stages]
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The Human Memory Process - ... It allows the perceived worthwhile item to be converted into information that can be stored in the brain, and after that is recalled from short-term or long-term memory (Mastin, 2010). Information excerpted from sensory input into the memory system changed into a form that the system can cope with and then stored it. The scientist believes that the hippocampus with frontal cortex is responsible for analyzing various sensory inputs before deciding to store information in long-term memory (Martin, 2007)....   [tags: encoding, stoarage, recall, consolidation] 939 words
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Glatfelter Plant Papermaking Process - On Thursday March 20, the processes class visited Glatfelter plant located in Chillicothe, Ohio. Glatfelter is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of specialty paper and engineering products. The company was started by Philip Glatfelter in 1864 and has expanded to annual revenue of 1.19 billion dollars. The company headquarters is located in York, Pennsylvania with papermaking plants and wood yard located throughout the United States. Glatfelter also has international operations in Germany, France, United Kingdom, Canada and the Philippines....   [tags: pulp, wood, sustainable] 1006 words
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The AMOCO Commercial Process - ... In purification process, the crude terephthalic acid (a solid terephthalic acid that has been undergoing centrifugation and drying) will be dissolved in hot water to reduced 4-CBA to p-toluic acid. This reduction process is through catalytic hydrogenation on palladium catalyst. Then, the purified terephthalic acid is obtained [33]. Apart AMOCO process, the other catalytic process to produce terephthalic acid by direct oxidation was widely studied to make it as a chosen and dominant choice for terephthalic acid production industry....   [tags: chemical analysis]
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Understanding the Steelmaking Process - ... Particles settle out in a dustcatcher and a scrubber removes fine particles. Clean gas can now be burned. Once the raw materials have smelted into molten pig iron, a drill breaks through the tap-hole and iron flows out into a trough. Slag is removed with a skimmer and processed for applications in concrete. Molten iron is collected in a ladle and transported for further production. The mud-gun fills the tap-hole with refractory clay and more materials are charged into the furnace. “Large blast furnaces can produce up to 13,000 tons of pig iron per day and prove to be an essential tool in the production of industrial steel.” (SteelWorks, n.d.) Steelmaking can be traced back as early as...   [tags: furnace, production, waste] 945 words
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Organization Decision Making Process - ... Exploring solutions to the problem allowing them to choose alternative solutions, implementing alternative work, and continuing to monitor how well the solutions are and are not working, allowing to repeat the process at earlier stages, if the solution chosen does not work in the decision making process. Back to the drawing board. This for sure is true when taking about the quality dimensions of decision-making. Nowadays, most people and organizations agree that information plays a critical role in the life of a business and on our day-to-day lives, to be effective, must have quality....   [tags: design, choice,implementation] 1043 words
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Decision Making Process Model - Introduction The decision is to select an action among a number of actions that solves a given problem, that prevents a problem from happening, or that forces to apply new ideas for development. The need for understanding decision making process is increasing because the complexity of modern organizations is increasing, and because the modern organizations' effectiveness depends on the decisions made by the managers. The question is how to select the most appropriate action to solve the problem satisfying all stakeholders....   [tags: Leadership] 1923 words
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The Buying Decision Process - Buyer behavior plays an important role when buyer purchases a product. It is important to satisfy need and want. Likewise, buyers differ in the way they purchase a certain product. Buyer behavior is “the study of individuals, groups, or organizations and the processes they use to select, secure, use, and dispose of products, services, experiences, or ideas to satisfy needs and the impacts that these processes have on the buyer and society” (Hawkins & Mothersbaugh, 2013, p. 6). A process that buyer go through in deciding the purchase of product or service to satisfy needs and wants is the buying decision process....   [tags: contracting and procurement] 1159 words
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Understanding The Electrolysis Process - What is Electrolysis. Electrolysis is a chemical change brought about by the passing of an electric current through a solution or melt. It is also used to produce alkalis and elements such as chlorine and hydrogen. The process involves the addition (oxidation) or subtraction (reduction) of ions in elements. The electric current motions the ions to proceed onto the electrodes. For example, the cations (positive ions) move to the negative electrode (cathode) and the positive electrode (anode) will receive the negative ions (anions)....   [tags: Negative Ions, Chemical Energy]
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The Water Treatment Process - ... Sodium expulsion is ATP dependent and halts when the ATP stores of the bacterium are depleted.L6 Halting the production of ATP can be accomplished in multiple ways, but one of the easiest to control and economically efficient would be to remove light wavelengths required for ATP production.L6 Once ATP reserves are depleted, active sodium export is stopped and following a natural chemical gradient, a sodium influx will occur. To further the effectiveness of the desalination process, the electrochemical gradient must be maintained to allow continued influx of sodium after it has reached concentration equilibrium with the surroundings....   [tags: cyanobacteria use photosynthesis ] 828 words
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The Water Treatment Process - ... The contact time in the rapid mix chamber is typically 1 to 3 minutes (Coagulation and Flocculation Process, n.d). Figure: Coagulants added to water to form precipitate. Precipitate settles down by sedimentation. (Coagulation and Flocculation, 2014). After the water is processed through the coagulation process, it is then treated with flocculation. Flocculation is the action of polymers to form bridges between the flocs, and bind the particles into large agglomerates or clumps (About Coagulation and Flocculation, 2009)....   [tags: sedimentation, filtration, and disinfection] 2105 words
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Military Decision Making Process - In the view of global security,(2011) The military decision making process abbreviated as MDMP is a planning model that establishes procedures for analyzing a mission, developing and comparing courses of action(COA) that are best suited to accomplish the higher commander’s intention and mission. The MDMP comprise of seven stages and each stage depends on the previous step to produce its own output. This means that a mistake in the early stage will affect all the other stages that follow. These steps include: Receipt of mission....   [tags: Analysis, Development, Comparison]
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The DNA Replication Process - All living things on earth are made up of cells that contain DNA. Deoxyribonucleic acid or DNA is the genetic material of living things that can be found in the nucleus of the cells (Alcamo, 1996). It contains the genes and the genetic codes that contain the information that are essential for life’s functions which are passed from generations to generations. DNA composes of two polynucleotide chains twisted around each other in the form of a double helix. According to Alcamo (1996), each strand of the DNA double helix can act as a template for the synthesis of a new complementary strand as it contains a sequence of nucleotides that is exactly complementary to the nucleotide sequence of its p...   [tags: genetic material of living things]
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The Internal Branding Process - The roles of internal branding process and hierarchical level associate with employee’s knowledge and buy in behavior What is brand. Brand is a trade name which can distinguish from other product or service (Intellectual property office, 2013). Another meaning of the brand is to convey the promise or message to the customer (Intellectual property office, 2013). A powerful brand can lead the company to go further in the industry and it can develop the company's potential (Temporal, 2010). Therefore, brand is a signifying of the company....   [tags: increasing competitiveness]
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Adoption and Its Process - According to Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary, the term adoption means “the act or process of giving official acceptance or approval to something”(adoption). The first record of legally adopting someone was in the 17th century. Even though this was the first recorded adoption, scientists know that adoption was a common custom to do within families when a parent died(“Adoption Timeline”). Nowadays, people adopt primarily due to infertility. Adoption is a challenging process, but when chosen, it changes the lives of the people involved, especially those in foster care....   [tags: infertility, Old Testament, foster care]
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Nursing Process Change Paper - The pre-operative stage is an important phase in patient’s surgery process. This is the time where the patients is experiencing a lot of anxiety issues and have questions regarding the impending procedure. To help ensure good patient outcomes, it is imperative to provide complete preoperative instructions and discharge instructions (Allison & George, 2014). It is the nurses’ duty to safe guard and protects the patient’s welfare during the surgical experience. Effective preoperative preparation is known to enhance postoperative pain management and recovery....   [tags: pre-operative management]
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