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    RELATED WORK (tx) Our PubMed entity relation extraction and search problem is related to two fields of study: Medical entity relation mining and Entity-related search system. In the medical text-mining domain, there exists some prior works about the relationship among medical entities shown in the knowledge databases[1,2]. The most popular one is Comparative Toxicogenomics Database (CTD) whose data, including relations between Chemical-Gene, Chemical-Disease and Gene-Disease. Unlike the specific and well-predefined relations between Chemical and Gene by the medical professionals, the relations between Disease and Chemical is very general and only have few relation types such as “therapeutic” and “mechanism” instead of phrases. Another similar medical knowledge base is The Pharmacogenomics Knowledgebase (PharmGKB) which focuses on the relationship between human genetic variation and drug. Besides the issue of using predefined relation types, all these studies need professional biocurators to manually curate result from the scientific literature (PubMed) which is extremely time expensive and hard to cover new discovery medical knowledge. There are also some further studies based on these medical databases and most of them aim to use related entity pairs to describe entity relations. The one most interesting and closest to our work is a system called OntoGene[3]. The researchers from the University of Zurich implemented this related entity pair ranking system for each curated…

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    The schema above is the dimensional model for sale business process of Healthy Food Company. This company sales several types of healthy food on the internet. The company has two business requirements. First, the company would like to analyze daily quantity-on-hand inventory levels by products. In order to meet this requirement, I designed the dimensional model by using the periodic snapshot approach so the company could see the quantity-on-hand of each product at the end of the day. This…

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    Maximizing the value of product and service offerings within the industry Exploring the competitive advantage of Sears; one thing noted that Sears does have an advantage to focus on quality, low cost, and customer responsiveness and satisfaction. Its strategic scope can be geared towards products and service of their customers. This has already started with Sears member-centric focus in providing its customers with the best shopping experience. Furthermore, Sears can expand its product lines…

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    information I have accumulated throughout this semester. The career that I have chosen upon is marketing in the luxury retail market for clothing, preferably Yves Saint Laurent. I would like to be a Marketing Executive focusing on brand management and product development. I have learned that what makes me unique is my analyzation skills and my ability to understand people at a deeper level (Dr. Ozcam). These skills are quite important in a career in Marketing in which understanding the…

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    It triggers the real-time inventory action based on the collected data from the beacon, sensors and other smart devices that can be attached to the package, shelves and counters of the in-stores. IoT-devices also enable the retailer to understand which products are underperforming and high as stocks? What are running out of the stock? And the impact of the environmental condition over a product sale, product-trending or product-out-of-sale. Countless variables are responsible for a retail sale…

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    Swot Analysis For Cabela's

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    prices. The larger companies have lower profit margins but sell substantially more products so they can take part in price competition and still be profitable. The Outdoor Industry Association estimated that consumers spent $120.7 billion on outdoor recreation products in 2012.1 Based on that estimate,…

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    Strengths We consider our manufacturing plant in Chicago, Illinois. as an important strength. Out of Chicago comes the country 's largest freight-train network, as well as convenient access to the Great Lakes and overseas markets. The rail paths can take our product nearly anywhere in North America, and our connection by sea can take us across to markets around the world. Being located in this mass transportation hub will help reduce not only the transportation-related cost, but will also allow…

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    It’s proven that a single marketing video on a website increases average visit time from 8 seconds up to 2 minutes, and that’s telling you something about these video’s power over online audiences. People just love to watch a story being told in an audiovisual way. And if you made a great quality video, they will also pay attention to what you have to say (I mean, promoting your product or service). Here 's one of our best explainer videos for to check its quality and engaging abilities:…

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    Shenig Siong Case Study

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    According to Spring Singapore, a government statistics tool, the retail industry has approximately 20,082 retail establishments. According to the site, the country’s retail sector generated $34.5 billion in 2013, which is 1.4% of the Growth Domestic Product (GDP) (Spring Singapore 2016). A research conducted by the C Richard Ellis, Singapore is one of the worlds top 15 cities that has a considerable number of global retailers and brands in their market (Spring Singapore 2016). The retail sector…

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    Case Study Fitbit

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    impossible task of getting healthy not only achievable, but interactive and enjoyable. Though there are many reasons for consumers to choose the Fitbit Blaze, one of main reasons include the fact that it is much cheaper than its competitors. In fact one scholar said “the highest-end Fitbit product is $100 cheaper than Apple Watch 's cheapest version” (Morrison). Another reason is the Fitbit Blaze is sold in fitness stores and some retail stores which makes it more accessible than its competitors…

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