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    Effective Enrollment Management For those outside of enrollment in higher education, the phrase enrollment management may evoke images of potential students waiting in line to enroll in courses at a new community college or university. However, enrollment management is actually a complex symphony of departments within a higher education institution with the common goal of finding, enrolling, and retaining students. Working independently, these departments consist of student service departments…

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    The theory of Continuous Auditing was established by Vasarhelyi and Halper (1991). Continuous auditing entails the real-time monitoring and analysis of the entire population of records. The premise of this methodology is based on the concept of “audit by exception” where deviations (e.g. control variances) are flagged as alerts and forwarded to the responsible parties (e.g. management, internal auditors, business owners) for investigation. Continuous auditing has evolved from an academic theory…

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    Definition of Data: The term data is known as representation of objects, events which are stored and recorded in the computer and the data exists in a variety of forms such as values, variables and numbers and so on etc. EX: The database in a hospital contains data such as name of the patient, address, disease and contact number. Definition of Database: The term database is determined as data collection in an organized manner and every data present is related to each other in some other way.…

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    Jos A Bank Case Study

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    Discuss the significant aspects of quality control as they relate to this process. The Jos A Banks factory seemed to be split the foremen were chiefly responsible for checking quality and plant manager were responsible for product. Jos A banks had rigid standards; workers didn’t get paid for re-work. Bolt fabric was inspected and marked when received and any flaws were trimmed out during cutting. There were numerous inspection areas throughout the process from beginning to end and all…

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    Agile Software Development, 6 Advantages Agile development is a strategy of software development in which the process occurs though short increments. The phases of the development process occur continuously in iterative cycles, involving a requirements phase, design and implementation, testing, and reporting. Stakeholders and designers meet after each increment to discuss what has occurred, re-evaluate requirements and determine priorities. This allows for greater transparency between clients…

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    Mongodb Case Study

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    Caution No blank lines is allowed in the MongoDB Script Sampler. If there is a blank line after MongoDB statement, the statement will still be executed but the word “ok” will be displayed in the response. Add new document into the collection Step 1 Change the “Script” area of the MongoDB Script sampler with insert query. In this case, the query of adding document into the collection is shown as follows: db.getCollection('zips').insert({"city" : "BABYLON", "loc" : [ 32.211100, 44.251500 ],…

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    Stepper Motor Case Study

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    Question 3: a) What is the main use of stepper motors? In essence, stepper motors are applied in motion-control positioning system. For instance in 3D printers, disk drives, intelligent lighting, scanners, CNC machines, printers, camera lenses, plotters and slot machines. b) What are the similarities and differences between a reluctance, a permanent magnet and hybrid stepper motors? The three motors are similar in that, they all have power electronic control that comes with electronic…

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    1.0 Introduction: Digital Painting is a method of creating an art object (painting) digitally and/or a technique for making digital art in the computer. It adapts traditional painting mediums such as acrylic paint, oils, ink, watercolor, and so on. As a technique, it refers to a computer graphics software program that uses a virtual canvas and virtual painting box of brushes, colors and other supplies. The virtualbox contains many instruments that do not exist in the world, and which give a…

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    Psychological considerations and sociological effects of 3D Printing The use of 3D printers will bring about many changes, the biggest being in the manufacturing industry. While most discussions about 3D printing are in regards to its impact on manufacturing, one of the underlying topics that is overlooked is the impact that 3D printing will have on society. The biggest case against 3D printing is its ability to make weapons. In 2013, 3D printing made headlines in the U.S. when the printers…

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    3. Uses of Building information Modeling (BIM) BIM is a 3-D model process used in the engineering, architecture and construction with tools to manage the project effectively in planning, designing, constructing and operational phase. At every stage of project development, BIM plays a vital role, in planning BIM is used for cost estimation; phase planning, site analysis and programming. In the design phase, BIM used for structural analysis, lightning analysis, mechanical analysis, LEED evaluation…

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