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  • The Importance Of Aperture Radar

    ABSTRACT Using remote sensing technology is an effective way to observe and verify the wise and sustainable use of natural resources. With its weather and daylight independency Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) data emphasize as particularly suitable for large-scaled monitoring. But the classification of SAR images is more difficult as of multi-spectral images. Because of the microwave’s interaction with the object parameters on the earth surface, like roughness or the complex dielectric…

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  • Jos A Bank Case Study

    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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  • Ionization Radiation Case Study

    Occupational Exposure to Ionizing Radiation in Interventional Cardiology Practices in Bangladesh during 2010-2014 M.S. Rahman*, A. Begum, R.K. Khan, A. Hoque, and M.M.M. Siraz Health Physics Division, Atomic Energy Centre, 4 Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue, Shahbag, Dhaka-1000 *Corresponding author: Dr. Mohammad Sohelur Rahman Principal Scientific Officer Health Physics Division Atomic Energy Centre 4 Kazi Nazrul Islam Avenue Shahbag, Dhaka-1000 Cell Phone: +880-1827328238 e-mail:…

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  • Human Resources Case Study: Fleming Golf Organization

    Contents Executive summar 2 background of Fleming golf organization 3 introduction 4 identification of HR issues in the Matrix issues 5 analysis of causes; effects & constraints 6-7 poter’s five forces model analysis 8 SWOT analysis 9 -10 HR issues analysis 9- 10 Generation of alternative issues 11 implementation and action plan 12-14 conclusion 15 reflectiveessay 16 1 Executive summary I got an excellent opportunity to get an expose to the corporate world during the…

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  • Formulae Of Levodopa Floating Tablets

    CHAPTER-V FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF LEVODOPA FLOATING TABLETS FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF LEVODOPA FLOATING TABLETS Several approaches are currently used to retain the dosage form in the stomach. The principle of the floating tablets is simple and practically approach to achieve increased gastric residence time to obtain controlled release floating tablets designed based on the gas generating principle needs a strong floating matrix former. In this regard HPMC K4M,…

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  • Chile Earthquake Essay

    The region is tectonically characterized by the ~6 kilometer thick oceanic Nazca plate subducting underneath the continental South American plate at a convergence azimuth of ~ 78 ͦ and at a rate of 6.6 centimeters per year making the area one of the most active convergent margins on earth, typically experiencing a Mw > 8 earthquake every 10 – 20 years (Moscoso,, 2011). Notable quakes in recent history include the 1960 Mw = 9.5 Valdivia earthquake which was the largest ever recorded,…

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  • Seligram Electronic Testing Case Study

    Paul Carte, Manager Introduction No Electronic Testing Operations (ETO), a division of Seligram, Inc., provided centralized testing for electronic components such as integrated circuits. ETO was created as a result of a decision in 1979 to consolidate electronic testing from 11 different divisions of Seligram. ETO commenced services to these divisions in 1983. It was estimated that centralization would save Seligram in excess of $20 million in testing equipment investment over the…

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  • Cerebrovascular Reactivity (CVR)

    Cerebrovascular reactivity (CVR) refers to the change in cerebral blood flow (CBF) in response to a vasoactive stimulus (Kety and Schmidt, 1948). Impaired CVR has been linked with many cerebral and cerebrovascular pathologies (Glodzik et al., 2013; Greenberg, 2006a; Han et al., 2008; Mandell et al., 2008c; Mikulis et al., 2005; Yezhuvath et al., 2012; Zhao et al., 2007), to study the effects of drugs on cerebral vasculature (Pattinson et al., 2007; St Lawrence et al., 2002) and also presurgical…

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  • Sick Building Syndrome Case Study

    CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION 1.1 RESEARCH BACKGROUND The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the US Consumer Product (1995) (as cited in Preethi, 2005) sated that people spend approximately 90 percents of their time being indoors. Therefore, for many, due to more exposure of indoor air pollution than outdoor air pollution the risk to health may be greater. The building occupants may be exposed to the variety of contaminants whether in the form of gases and particles derived from office…

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  • Acceleration Of Gravity Experiment

    Abstract The value for the acceleration of gravity was measured in this report through the investigation using three different methods, each varying in accuracy, to calculate the period of a pendulum. The period was measured by repeatedly timing the time it took for the pendulum to return to its original position once it was swung from a certain point (for the first method one oscillation was timed, however in the second and third ten oscillations were timed and the overall time was divided by…

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