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The Switch to Electronic Health Records - Are Healthcare Facilities in MY Area Making the Switch to EHRs. Briant Brantley Fountainhead College of Technology In this paper you will find that the transition from paper health records to electronic medical record is a transition that requires a lot of time and precise preparation and planning. Looking through the paper you will see that there are factors that need to be implemented. You first definitely have to have your medical records. Next you have to know the role that HIPPA will play in your transition because of regulation and violations....   [tags: Transition Process, HIPPA, Possible Problems]
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Making the Switch to HDTV - This past week, I FINALLY made the transition to HD television. Oh, for a long while, I've had a TV capable of the appropriate resolution, and enjoyed the pristine picture with DVDs and BluRays. But I always held out making the switch for "regular" programming because I was brand loyal (to a fault?) with both DirecTV and TiVo. I love DirecTV, and for me, their service, performance and customer support has been second to none. (Hell, I may even wind up moving because of it, but that's another story for another day)....   [tags: Television] 1732 words
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Bait And Switch By Barbara Ehrenreich - Bait and Switch by Barbara Ehrenreich takes a comical look at the troubles that plague "white collar" unemployed. This book offers an in-depth view of the Barbara Ehrenreich's struggle to get a "good job," which she defined as a job that would provide health care and an income of $50,000 a year.(6) This book was written in 2005 and is still up to date with the current unemployment problems. She uses her own experiences and observations for the reader to get an accurate picture of how hard it is for people who "did the right things" like going to college and are still unemployed for various reasons....   [tags: upper class unemployment]
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Ethical Analysis of General Motors Ignition Switch Scandal - Organization Review General Motors was founded by William Durant on September 16, 1908. At its inception, GM owned only the Buick Motor Company, but acquired Oldsmobile, Cadillac and Pontiac within ten years of its formation. Demand for automobiles heightened between 1910-1929, allowing General Motors to set the standard for production, design and marketing innovation. GM diversified their selection and opened more than a dozen new plants outside of the United States. In 1927, the head of GM's design studio, Harley Earl, designed the LaSalle which marked the beginning of true automotive design as it was far less boxy than the Ford Model T....   [tags: Business Ethics Essays]
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How a Switch Has an Advantage ove a Bridge in a Network - 1. Both Bridges and Switches work on the data link layer of the OSI Model. However, switches are more advanced. Discuss how a switch has an advantage over a bridge in a network then elaborate more on the technology implemented in switches to control broadcast domains (500 words). [25 marks] There are many reasons why switchers are used instead of bridges. The switchers nowadays are more effective than a bridge when are used in a network. Bridges, also known as transparent bridges, work in the Layer number 2 of the OSI model....   [tags: broadcast domains controls]
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Should Schools Switch Over to Digital Books? - Long ago printed books were a technology in itself, people marveled at it that written scripts can be available in printed form and they can read and easily carry them instead of those baked tablet scripts or writing found on leaves and tree trunks. Books cultivated a culture, made discoveries, promoted imaginations and intellectual progress with their power to share and shape ideas. Printed books are a technology in itself and generations have learned and grown and is still growing with books in their hands....   [tags: intellectual progress, e-books, digital] 2118 words
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The Trolley Problem, by Judith Jarvis Thomson - The Bystander at the Switch case is a fundamental part of Thomson’s argument in “Trolley Problem.” The basis of her paper is to explain the moral difference between this case, which she deems morally permissible (1398), and the Transplant case, which she deems morally impermissible (1396). In the Bystander at the Switch case, a bystander sees a trolley hurtling towards five workers on the track and has the option of throwing a switch to divert the trolley’s path towards only one worker. Thomson finds the Bystander at the Switch case permissible under two conditions: 1) first, that the same threat is diverted from a larger to a smaller group of people, and 2) second, that the means by which...   [tags: Bystander at the Switch]
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AT&T 5ESS Switch is The Best in Telecommunication - AT&T 5ESS Switch is The Best in Telecommunication The direction of this paper is to describe a telecommunications switch and show its purpose and multitasking abilities. This paper will use the AT&T 5ESS Switch to give a real world example of a top rated telecommunications switch. The end result will be an understanding of how a switch works and what it can do. Also, it will show why the AT&T 5ESS Switch is #1 in today's telecommunication world. SWITCHING In today's world a person should be able to pick up his phone and dial to almost anywhere in the world....   [tags: Papers] 1570 words
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Macbeth And Lady Macbeth Switch Roles - Throughout the play "Macbeth", two of the main characters, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth gradually exchange roles. Macbeth is the kind, caring one of the two in the beginning, but completely changes as the play goes on, as with Lady Macbeth. She starts out as an evil, vicious beast. She is an evil woman who is bond and determined to kill Duncan. At the end of the play this character feels guilt for what she has done and has taken the personality, which was that of her husband in the beginning.At the beginning of the play Lady Macbeth speaks and shows her shows how cruel and heartless she really is; "And fill me from the crown to the toe top-full of direst cruelty"....   [tags: essays research papers] 459 words
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How Does a Switch Have an Advantage over a Bridge on a Network - Both Bridges and Switches work on the data link layer of the OSI Model. However, switches are more advanced. Discuss how a switch has an advantage over a bridge in a network then elaborate more on the technology implemented in switches to control broadcast domains. A network switch is a networking device that connects devices together on a network enacting a form of packet switching. It operates in the Data Link layer of the OSI model. It essentially acts like a multi-port network bridge that processes and forwards data....   [tags: broadcast & multiple collision domains]
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DC DC Converters to Suitable Applications of Coil Gun - Acknowledgements The author would like to gratefully acknowledge the guidance and encouragement of Mr. Billy Chow, the Project supervisor who inputs further stimulated my interest to look more into issues related to simulation of circuit and nurture me with ideas to improve the design and testing process. In the successful indicates the correct direction of this project. Executive Summary The aim of project is to researches and analyses for DC DC converter to suitable application of coil gun. In this project, the DC converters have different type and characteristics....   [tags: software, circuits, switch] 3067 words
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New and Improved Technology in Smarthphones - Technology has become the voice of the 21st century. Inventors are constantly trying to come up with better and faster ways to improve technology. From google glasses to 3D printing the future of technology seems to be an unstoppable trend. Google has invented new gadgets from the Google glasses to the driverless car, now they are coming out with their own Smartphone to compete with Apple and Samsung. Project Ara is Google latest device. Google came up with this device after purchasing Motorola and its Advanced Technology and Projects Groups (TheGuardian)....   [tags: the grey phone, kill switch]
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Making the Switch - The ambrosial aroma of cured ham mingled with the provocatively piquant scent of jerked chicken and conspired to undo my resolve. Enveloping my aunt’s kitchen with a hunger-inducing miasma that only I was immune to, dishes from Jamaica and America vied for my attention. I attempted to appease the cultures of both nations, settling with a plate of rice and peas, corn bread, and macaroni and cheese. Much to the surprise of my family, however, that was all that I ate. As usual, my family had no difficulty expressing their disappointment with me....   [tags: vegetarian, diet, culture] 537 words
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The Switch to the Semester System - Over the years, there has been debate about technical colleges converting from quarter systems to semester systems. Some people feel a semester system will be better than the quarter system. Apparently, the Technical College System of Georgia agrees and converts the technical colleges to the semester system. Now students who are on the quarter system have to transition to the semester system. Students will have to cope with the new academic calendar, courses, credit hours, tuition, and financial aid....   [tags: Education]
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Renewable Energy: The Switch is Now - ... consumes the most energy. "The United States, by far the world's largest consumer of energy, used about 101.6 quadrillion Btu [British thermal units] in 2007, or 21% of the energy consumed worldwide" (Alters 15). The top five energy consuming countries, the U.S., China, Russia, Japan, and Germany, all combined use 51% of the world total energy supplies, the U.S. accounting for almost half of the consumption. Although some scientists have predicted the U.S. will have switched from fossil fuels to green energy by this time, there has been no change....   [tags: addressing dependance on fossil fuels]
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Mississippi Politics History - ... Second, I believe that if Nash and Taggart can work together to produce something great, the Democratic and Republican parties of Mississippi can as well. I think it is interesting how Mississippi made the switch from a “Democratic surety to a Republican stronghold,” but I do think that the transition was foreseeable. In Mississippi during 1950s and 1960s, the political ideology of White Democrats was similar to the ideology of the Republican Party at the national level, not the national Democratic Party....   [tags: compaign, history, parties, switch] 626 words
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Debatable Issues in Human Cloning - Debatable Issues in Human Cloning With the implementations of new technologies in modern society, new ideas and discoveries have immensely influenced topics and issues that were never realistically thought of decades ago. Scientists have managed to switch their primary roles in humanity and are finding ways to portray themselves as the creators of a new human race. Cloning, the identical replication of an organism through the usage of genetic placement, has become a hugely debatable topics amongst Christians and scientists....   [tags: christian ethics, switch cells on and off]
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Narrative Essay: The Switch - "Mom Mom Mom, please tell us a bedtime story!", Connor begged excitedly. "It is getting late guys, I am not so sure", reasoned the mom. "Ughhhh but you promised last night you would tell us one tonight!", whined Ali. The mom finally gave in and pulled up a chair. The children got quiet fast and huddled together under the covers in anticipation. The mom took a deep breath knowing that the kids would have a hard time processing the story that was about to be told. "I was seventeen about to turn eighteen graduating in a month when my life completely flipped upside down", the mom began....   [tags: dialogue, bed time stories] 1240 words
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Philosophy: Two Differetn Types of Utilitarianism - John Stuart Mill (1806-1873) was one of the leading British moral philosophers of the nineteen-century (Feinberg, 596). As presented in class, Mill’s principle of utility is known as the greatest happiness principle which is defined as “actions are right as they tend to promote happiness and wrong as they tend to promote unhappiness” or in simple words “right actions maximize overall happiness” (Feinberg, 597). Mills definition of happiness is seen as “pleasure absent of pain” (Feinberg, 597). There are two different types of utilitarianism: act and rule....   [tags: switch case, fat man case, kant]
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The Character Switch Between Macbeth and Lady Macbeth - At the beginning of the play “The Tragedy of Macbeth”, Macbeth illuminates a heroic character. Conversely, when the reader is introduced to Lady Macbeth one learns Macbeth may not be the heroic person he may seem. The way Lady Macbeth describes Macbeth it appears as if he is a coward and not as heroic as previously learned in the house. As the play proceeds, Macbeth is no longer a heroic character and Lady Macbeth is not as ruthlessness as she was at the start of the play. In the play, “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” written by William Shakespeare two of the main characters, Macbeth and Lady Macbeth, experience a role reversal....   [tags: Shakespearean Literature ]
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Grades of Wrath: Why Schools Should Switch to a Pass/Fail Grading System - Once a person graduates from law school, before they can begin working as a lawyer they have to take a test called the Bar. The test is not graded with A’s; B’s, C’s, D’s, or F’s and instead is graded by the pass-fail system. Once the test is graded it shows that the person either passed the Bar or failed the Bar. What is important with the Bar is that persons passes which indicates the competency of their understanding of the material to use it in the real world. Whereas the current letter grading system shows who understood the material....   [tags: Education]
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Perspectives of Love in Thomas Wyatt's They Flee From Me, and Edmund Spencer's Amoretti - In past poetry, love and romance has been interpreted in many ways but mainly in a form known as sad and heartbreaking experiences. During the sixteenth century and times before that, many authors expressed love as gloomy and also wrote in the favor of men. Two interesting portrayals of love are in the sonnet “They Flee From Me” by Thomas Wyatt and collection of sonnets “Amoretti” by Edmund Spencer. In these poems, love is described mostly in two opposite ways. While “They Flee From Me” portrays men as the victim to women and their deviousness, “Amoretti” takes an opposing turn from how most poetry of that time wrote about love by celebrating it in a positive and joyful way....   [tags: Misogynist View, Role Switch]
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Conditions for Profitability in Online Newspapers - ... Nevertheless, the broadband networks, essential to go through audio and video, are growing everywhere, despite the recent time of decline of the dot com industry. Furthermore, competing on the Internet is contrary from competing in the conventional world. Competition no longer occur in the physical marketplace[4]. Its takes place through a computermediated environment with deep implications for how business may be interacted between buyers and sellers. Through this environment, it is manageable for the newspapers to take new roles as intermediaries between companies and end users, using their well known trademark to guarantee their trustworthiness....   [tags: switch from print to multimedia] 1052 words
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The Swatch Group - The Swatch Group: Competing In An Increasingly Global Market For Watches Nicholas Hayek and Ernst Thomke formed the Swatch Group (the Group) in 1983 by merging two bankrupt watch-making groups. The merger gave the Group ownership of many of the Switzerland’s dominant watch brands. Swatch, their first product initiative, was so successful that it helped pull the squandering Swiss watch industry out of a slump. In June 1999, with its 14 brands, the Group was the world’s largest watch manufacturer (in value terms)....   [tags: Business Management Marketing Essays] 1634 words
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Swatch and the Global Watch Industry - Swatch and the Global Watch Industry In the 1980's, Swiss watchmakers began to realize they needed to change their business model to fit into a new global market place. They needed to not only change their views of the market but the infrastructure of watch manufacturing. In order to compete on a global level they needed to improve their technology, design products that would appeal to new markets and be able to compete with other companies on quality and cost....   [tags: Watch Industry Business Market] 1921 words
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swatch - Case 2 Analysis Swatch Watch U.S.A.: Creative Market Strategy TABLE OF CONTENTS ABSTRACT 3 BACKGROUND 4 SWATCH® ANALYSIS 5 Marketing Strategies 5 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 7 REFERENCES 9 ABSTRACT Switzerland was an industry leader in the watch market up until the 1970’s when the digital watch was introduces to consumers. The digital watch was inexpensive to manufacture and could be produced in mass. It created a whole new market by making watches inexpensive enough for all classes of people....   [tags: essays research papers] 1536 words
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swatch - Competitive Environment One main competitor was Timex They designed a simple low cost cheap watch that was made up of new alloy bearings. By having this new material it made automated production easier. The Timex watches were priced at a low rate and were marketed to be disposable. The were priced to low and they were made so that they couldn’t be opened they made for not aftermarket repair or sales of parts. At the end of the 50’s one out of three watches bought in the US were a Timex. In 1970 with the introduction of the Quartz technology changed the market place once again....   [tags: essays research papers] 526 words
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Preventing Unauthorized Equipment from Entering a Network - This informational report will explain and guide you through the process and plan that will be implemented to prevent any unauthorized equipment (including external rogue switches) from entering the network. In addition we will be implementing the spanning tree protocol to eliminate any layer 2 loops and ultimately causing a network storm. First I’d like to begin by going into detail about the VTP (VLAN Trunking Protocol) IEEE 802.1q. I will initially enable all the VLANs on the only designated VTP server mode, and then configure the trunking protocol 802.1q between the switches allowing all the VLANs on that trunk....   [tags: security, password, vtp] 739 words
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Choosing the Correct Networking Devices - ... The newer Ethernet hubs devices are much smaller compare to the older devices. This is because the older device are larger in size as they contained a built in fans for cooling the unit. Conclusion Hubs are very convenient to set up network for small business or home because it is very convenient and affordable. Several companies and manufacturers produce hubs in varying port configurations. Hubs are suitable to work with old style of broadband or dial-up Internet service. Switch Switch is a device than enable a connection to switch from one port to another....   [tags: hub, router, repeater] 998 words
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Transfer Pricing: Performance Evaluation Issues - Transfer Pricing: Performance Evaluation Issues The switch should be supplied to the northern division since it seems that there is excess capacity in the southern division. This is due to the decreased cost of the switch when dealing with the northern division. The external demand for the switch seems to be constrained and for this reason, the southern division should take the opportunity and maximize on the available opportunity (Abdallah, 2004, p. 109). The cost of production has been factored in the price of the switch and despite the deceased profit margin; the southern division will not incur any losses....   [tags: Division Critique]
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Questions and Answers About Networking: Subnets and Hub - ... Having long broadcast there is increase the no. of collisions so the traffic will increase the speed of data transfer is reduced. With sub-netting traffic will reduce and speed will Inc. Q2: Explain the important to choose switch compare to Hub. Ans :- Ans Ethernet switches and hubs together network file servers, printers and workstations are used for each device connected to the network to a hub and a switch node is called the main difference between how the nodes communicate with the network....   [tags: internet, ethernet] 1327 words
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Guide to Using Prediction in Pokemon - ... Infernape nearly stands ZERO chance against Swampert on Omega. So you opt to switch out, and you decide to go with Venusaur, a Grass-type, which resists Swampert’s Ground and Water moves. Your opponent hits you with Surf, which doesn’t do anything against Venusaur, because you switched out. Now comes the prediction part. If Venusaur uses a Grass-type move, which is 4x effective against a Water/Ground Pokemon, that’s basically a guaranteed KO. Assuming your opponent isn’t stupid (if he/she is stupid, then don’t even read this guide, because you’re going to win regardless), he knows that....   [tags: switching, battle, metagame] 1342 words
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3COM FAST ETHERNET VS. GIGABIT ETHERNET COMPARISON - ABSTRACT In this paper, we will conduct a comparison on Fast Ethernet Network Switches and Gigabit Ethernet Network Switches offered by 3COM. We will review a few specific components, as well as compare features, pricing and preferred usage. DEFINITION In order to have a greater understanding of the terminology and descriptions offered in this paper, we must first understand what a network switch is. A brief definition of a network switch is a computer networking device that connects network segments....   [tags: essays research papers] 1104 words
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The Relationship Between Resistance, Potential Difference and Current in an Electric Circuit - Experiment 1 Aim: To test the influence that the potential difference will have on the current of an electric circuit. Investigative Question: What would the effect of the change in potential difference have on the current of the circuit, if the temperature in the circuit remains constant. Hypothesis: By decreasing the resistance in the electric circuit we will be increasing the total potential difference in the circuit and will therefore directly strengthen the current in the circuit. The relationship between potential difference and current strength will be directly proportional....   [tags: physics, electrical engineering]
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Should the U.S. Invest in the Research and Use of Alternative Energies? - ... Why would they spend the money obtain and transporting fossil fuels when they could produce safe, simple, and renewable energy. It is obvious that the U.S. should be spending more money towards the use of alternative energies. All the pollution currently be released into the atmosphere could be prevented by switching to the alternative energies listed above. This has been looked at by experts and they believe it has the capability to be reached by 2040 if the U.S. government and the people of the U.S....   [tags: solar, wind, geothermal, biofuels, hydogen] 688 words
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Changing Energy Supplier FAQ - Switching Energy Supplier - FAQ If you’re considering switching energy suppliers the uSwitch switching service is here to help you. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions:- • What does uSwitch do. • Will switching energy suppliers really reduce your energy costs. • What’s the process for switching supplier. • What’s the process for switching supplier. • Will my energy supply be interrupted. • Should I contact my existing supplier if I decide to switch. • How do I check who my current supplier is....   [tags: uSwitch switching service] 1032 words
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Research on what Cables are Mostly used in the US - In this task, I was required to search on what cables that are mostly used in my country, like Fiber Optic, Copper Cable, Cat-6 and more. And for this task 1, I choose the Cat–6 cables for my assignment. This Cat6 cables is commonly referred as category 6, which it standardized the cable for Gigabyte Ethernet and for others Physical Layers that is backwards compatibilities with the category. STAFFING OIL & GAS DEPARTMENT PETROCHEMICALS DEPARTMENT ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT RECEPTION 4TH FLOOR 3RD FLOOR 2ND FLOOR 1ST FLOOR GROUND FLOOR In this task, there are 4 departments for a new 5-storey company building that would need to install the computer and telephone networ...   [tags: fiber optic, copper cable, cat-6] 1712 words
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The United States Should Convert to IFRS - The changes in IFRS will affect some slight modifications to significant amendments of principles. It can affect different areas of financial statements and information. For example, extensive disclosure requirements, financial statements and how specific elements will be recognize and measured. Those elements are financial instrument and employee benefit (IFRS, 2012). I think that it would be beneficial for United States to switch to IFRS, but I think that SEC should not vote to switching to IFRS after companies spend millions of dollars on converting from GAAP (Maryland)....   [tags: IFRS Accounting Standards]
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Home and Corporate Security - Home security has become as much of a security risk as corporate security in today’s times. With wireless technology and small network devices become more popular, the need for security becomes more important. Looking at levels of security in homes and corporate environments are blending into the same. One now has to deal with internet in the refrigerator, home computers, hand held devices and the list can go on, smaller devices are now moving into the corporate environment and replacing some areas of desktop and even laptop computers....   [tags: technology, firewalls, internet] 1319 words
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Implementing a New Wide Secure Wireless Network at Brigham Young University Hawaii - ... We will be installing 8 Access Points per floor which would be sufficient to cover the entire floor, there is also a printer connected to the floor switch. Students can even use their personal Wireless Devices to send print to the Printer. The network coverage is designed to ensure smooth handoff for all wireless users. Network Segmentation Segmentation divides the network into smaller units, hence reduces the amount of traffic on a network. Also it limits the amount of access granted to someone, to what that person needs to know....   [tags: network security flaws, access point] 2398 words
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How the Temperature is Controlled Into the Cabin in the Aircraft - HOW TEMPERATURE IS CONTROLLED INTO THE CABIN IN THE AIRCRAFT AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM (M2): HOW COLD AIR IS PRODUCED FROM THE AIR CYCLE MACHINE The normal mode is based on the pack temperature demand, which corresponds to the lowest zone temperature demand coming from the Zone Controller. The pack controller sets the pack temperature demand to 20°C as default value, that is, if there is no demand signal sent by the zone controller. The limited pack temperature demand is then compared to the actual temperature measured by: • the pack temperature sensor (8), • the pack discharge temperature sensor (10)....   [tags: air cycle machine, air conditioning system]
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Network Lab Design for Kolej Professional Mara Beranang - ... OBJECTIVES • To redesign the previous network design • To develop a network connection that work more better • To provide an easy way in monitoring their network performance and accessibility. SCOPE This project will finish in 4 month and the maintenance will be 6 month in order to make sure the project is really successful and the implement design working well. PROPOSED METHODOLOGY Planning Planning what should do to make the network more efficient and gather all the people that will involve in this project....   [tags: college, computers, design, plan] 999 words
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APA Codes of Ethics: 3.05 Multiple Relationships - APA Codes of Ethics: 3.05 Multiple Relationships Introduction The relationship between a therapist and their client is a very important. However, too many relationships with a client can be potentially harmful to the client as well as the therapist. American Psychological Association (APA) Codes of Ethics 3.05a deals with how to ethically handle multiple relationships. A dual or a multiple relationship exists whenever a counselor has other connections with a client in addition or in succession to the counselor–client relationship (Moleski & Kiselica, 2005)....   [tags: counseling]
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Text Talk in Students’ Formal Writing - Several decades ago, “Ain’t ain’t a word” was a favorite litany of English teachers everywhere, and they sang it whenever that offending word cropped up in a student’s speech or writing. Today, however, ain’t is a word firmly entrenched in dictionaries, nonstandard, but a word nonetheless. Now, looming on the horizon is something which may make language arts teachers long for the days of ain’t – text talk. Text talk, or text speak, is the language of abbreviations, acronyms, and emoticons people use when communicating through short message service (SMS) on their cell phones, or when instant messaging and emailing each other, and it is beginning to creep into students’ formal writing....   [tags: Language ]
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Bilingual Speakers: Is Code Switching Bad? - In various societies, people use several different languages in conversations between their friends, family and peers. Especially in Singapore, it is not an unfamiliar phenomenon to hear two or more bilingual speakers speaking and code switching between the language English and Chinese, English and Malay, English and Tamil or even Standard English and Singaporean English to each other in a natural and effortless manner. In this line, I have mechanistically relate speech varieties with “codes” and despite having a vast variety of definitions to choose from for code switching; I have decided to use Heller’s definition....   [tags: singapore, heller, confusion]
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Executive Functioning - Executive Functioning Executive function is the ability to use thought flexibly to guide actions (Doebel & Zelazo, 2013). It is the process that serves to monitor and control thoughts and actions, including attention regulation and response inhibition (Carlson, Davis, & Leach, 2005). Executive function develops early in childhood and changes in ability between the ages of three and five years (Doebel & Zelazo, 2013). Inhibitory control, a key component of executive function, is the capacity to inhibit thought processes or actions that are not relevant to the goal (Carlson, Davis, & Leach, 2005)....   [tags: attention regulation, childhood, inhibitory]
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Digital Block For A Fucntion Generator - Digital Block Design Design introduction The Digital Block is the heart of this digitally controlled function generator. Symmetry and frequency variation is direct result of the design of this block. In this design the emphasis was on simplicity and some target specifications at the top of the frequency variation were compromised in order to achieve greater simplicity. This design achieves 28 frequencies in the range of 100Hz to 100kHz. Whilst the 17 frequencies from the range 100Hz to 10kHz are symmetry variable in five steps from 0.1 to 0.5....   [tags: essays research papers] 2452 words
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Literary Elements Ilustrated in Chinua Achebe's Poem, Refugee Mother and Child and in Kassabova's Refugees - In the poem Refugee mother and child written by Chinua Achebe and Refugees written by Kapka Kassabova, an important idea of loss is conveyed by using interesting language techniques such as simile, alliteration and metaphor. They both link to the idea of the abstract loss and Achebe, itself, links to physical loss. As the catholic dominated province of Biafra attempted independence from the Muslim dominated central state the civil war broke in 1967. Achebe writes from a 3rd person perspective as he observes the overall mood of sadness and despair as mothers watch, grieving, at the imminent loss of their children....   [tags: literary techniques, literary response] 701 words
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Manufacturing Polymer Components - Manufacturing Polymer Components The outer casing is formed out of polystrene through the process of injection molding. The procedure begins with the mixing of polymer pellets with plastic agents and colourants. This mixture is then heated under 1000 atmospheric pressure to liquefy the polymers so they can then be injected into the cast mold via an injection plunger. Before this process can occur the two halves of the mold must be secured together and attached to the injection molding machine....   [tags: injection molding, ]
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Types of Routing and Date Retransmitting Hardware and Devices - There are many types of routing or data/packet retransmitting hardware and devices that networks can utilize for security purposes. Some use one or a combination for data transfer. However, each poses a level or type of vulnerabilities, additional unwanted threats, and countless types of risk. The quintessential design is to provide a means to controlling the flow of packet transfer. The main function of the switch, router, gateways, or hubs is having the ability to process and forward data packets on the network....   [tags: gateways, hubs, switches]
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