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    Data-centric and process-centric integration are both parts of the integrated structure that Carrier has defined. He defined in 1999 that data-centric is the automation and integration of data, and those data can be exchanged between the information system. Process-centric, on the other hand, is more of involving data and applications together at all levels. Linthicum, Morgenthal and La Forge believes that process-centric integration is the highest level of integration for the business. They are two different integration and organizations can choose what kind of integration structure to use based on what the goal of the organization is since there are pros and cons to both of the integration. Some of the good things about data-centric integration…

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    Relational Database Paper

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    Before some of the advancements in technology, all records of information was saved and filed in cabinets for a specific amount of time before they were disposed of. Now most information will be kept within a database. A database is a group of records that comprise of people, places, or things. An example of a paper-based database is a telephone book. A telephone book has information of phone users in a specific location. Each user is listed by name, address and number. The listed…

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    Mysql Case Study

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    According to Ewebarchitecture.com (n.d.), “MySQL can be integrated into a Web environment, and it supports C, Pearl, Java via the Java Database Connectivity API (JDBC), and Python programming.” There is a lot of flexibility with MySQL to work with these programming languages and can be used with Windows, Linux, and UNIX operating systems. MySQL is a client/server system in which software is installed on a computer to access the database on a server to save, modify, and query data. With MySQL,…

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    Hydroweb Case Study

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    EuroAquae Module 1.5 HydroWeb WS 2016/2017 Questionnaire for Personal Academic Recognition and Assessment 1. HydroWeb Participant Name Mihovil Turcinov Location Cottbus/Manila Team 4 2. Teamwork 2.1. Please give a short description of the team work collaboration approach applied in your team (team management, communication and coordination, work plan, work distribution, ...) Our team consisted of 8 students from three different locations. The locations were as follows: Barcelona(3…

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    Scrum Research Paper

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    The scrum framework is created Jeff Sutherland and Ken Schwaber in the year 1993.The word ‘Scrum’ has been derived from a paper titled “The New Product Development Game” written by the thinkers Takeuchi and Nonaka.Scrum is often compared to the team of rugby due to the analogies of small teams working for a single objective. Scrum is one of the most popular agile development methodologies and one of the easiest transitions from the waterfall approach, since it’s typically requirements-driven…

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    Pt2520 Week 2 Assignment

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    This week we learned lots about the decomposition of our relations we are creating in the database as well how to make the relations into normal forms, which there are three normal forms. I learned that there can be data that is redundant and therefore not useful for the database. This data has no integrity and can be misplaced and even confuse how the data can be used and retrieved. This type of problem must be avoided. I had a hard time understanding how the breaking down of one relation into…

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    Physical properties of PHB: PHB physical properties similar to polypropylene. However, PHB is perfectly isotactic and does not include any chain branching like, for instance, PE. During processing, it flows easily. It is insoluble in water and soluble in chloroform and other chlorinated hydrocarbons. It exhibits good barrier properties against oxygen and compared to other biopolymers. It possesses better physical properties than polypropylene for food packaging applications. (Chaijamrus &…

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    Primary Data Analysis

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    Introduction and Methodology As you know, the data collection has two types which are primary and secondary data. The primary data are collecting information from different sources such as observation, interviews, and survey or questionnaire. While the secondary data is information collected previously by someone else and it is available on the internet or journals and in a company the records. I choice primary data collection, which is a questionnaire. Thus primary data has advantages which…

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    Phar-Mor Fraud Case

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    The Case of Phar-Mor Inc Read “The Case of Phar-Mor Inc.” which can be accessed through the DeVry online library. In 3-4 pages (12-pt type, double-spaced) summarize the case and answer the following questions: 1. Could SOX have prevented the Phar-Mor fraud? How? Which specific sections of SOX? The appropriate response is begging to be proven wrong because the degree that Phar-Mor went to conceal the extortion it might have taken quite a while still to reveal it notwithstanding, over the…

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    Nt1330 Unit 1 Study

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    1.2.1 Studying Server Consolidation Server consolidation is an approach to the capable usage of computer server sources in order to reduce the total number of servers or server location that an organization needs. The practice was developed in reply to the problem of “server sprawl,” a position in which several under-utilized servers take up more space and consume more sources than can be acceptable by their workload. SERVER PRODUCT ARCHITECTURE A few definitions provide a good starting point.…

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