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    Data integrity ensures that data is ultimately accurate. This is important when trying to analyze data that is stored in the database or data warehouse. Inaccurate data will lead to false results in reporting and analytics that will affect any business decisions that need to be made. When dealing with data integrity, having the full or complete set of data is a necessity. If only half or some of the data is entered than it cannot be considered accurate. There are several ways to ensure that data…

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    CRUD – Defining Information Ownership When developing and implementing a relational database, defining the information and users of the system enable definition of the business rules defining the components of the database management system. An example can be evaluated through the use of a CRUD – create, retrieve, update and delete – matrix as it relates to student information and the individuals or departments related to the school that may require access. The resulting model will be used to…

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    Unit 10 D2

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    Task 10 (D1) Discuss how potential errors in the design and construction of a database can be avoided. One of the potential errors that can occur when creating a database is that field names and names can be spelt incorrectly due to human error this can be difficult to spot if the database is big the way of making sure that there are no naming errors is to make sure that every is checked regularly and more than twice to make sure that the chances of finding a spelling mistake is reduced. Using…

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    Two Areas Of Futuring

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    A. Two Areas of Futuring Anticipating the future is an important component for many disciplines. It is also vital for individuals, businesses, and governments to ensure sustainability going into the future. Essentially, futuring does not concentrate on predicting the future but focuses on developing ways to improve it when it comes. Employing futuring techniques looks at ways to prepare for the future by making the appropriate adjustments based on the future expectations or trends (Sikkema,…

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    The thought of 3D printers being used in everyday life can seem as futuristic as flying cars or teleportation. However, with advancements with these printers and them becoming more affordable and accessible, it won’t be long before every household has one. Remember how crazy it was when we could video chat on our cell phones for the first time? Now it seems perfectly normal. News articles have frightened people about the problems that could arise from the use of 3D printers, but the benefits are…

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    The Physics Of 3D Printing

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    with them, they are simply the consumer of the end product. Three-dimensional (3D) printing is drastically different from all current models of production and it is starting to blur the line between consumers and producers (Finocchiaro). This new technology allows physical products to be printed as easily as words can be printed on a piece of paper and is rapidly becoming more prevalent in consumers ' homes (Brean). 3D printing uses an additive manufacturing process, in which products are…

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    Additive manufacturing technology, more commonly known as 3D printing, is everywhere in the news! Innovations made possible by 3D printers are changing the world and propelling society into the future. With this technology, it is possible for anyone to make anything. 3D printers are ushering a new industrial age, but the current US patent system is restricting its potential. The Federal government of the United States is questioning the legality of additive manufacturing and considers it…

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    of this idea of duplication as opposed to original generation is the modern phenomenon of three-dimensional or 3D printing. There has been a huge amount of interest following 3D printing as it has transcended from a futuristic figment of the imagination to a shelf-stocked product in a number of years and can be purchased today from just €230. The incredibly innovative sensation that is 3D printing is seen to be completely ahead of its time and to have come out of nowhere. In the 1980s and 1990s…

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    Footwear Analysis Theory

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    John Zarka Mr. Kirby Forensic Science March 22, 2016 Shoe Print The basic theory behind footwear analysis is that, much like fingerprints, shoes may leave behind either prints (referred to as "imprints") or impressions that can be examined by investigators. The type of evidence left behind depends largely on the type of surface traveled. For example, a shoe will leave an impression in loose sand, but on a hard surface like concrete or linoleum, it will leave an imprint. These imprints or…

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    3.2 Analysis of chip formation Fig. 7 shows the chip forms obtained during milling of the Al7075 (a) and MMCs (b) using the uncoated carbide inserts at a feed rate of 0.1 mm/tooth, machining speed of 290 m/min and axial depth of cut of 1.3 mm. The Al7075 chips formed during milling exhibited a smooth and shiny surface, and were in a semicircular and parabolic trapezoidal wave with a small radius and a saw-tooth-form, as shown in Fig. 7 (a). Fig. 7 (b) shows the chip shapes formed during the…

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