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  • Cardiac Arhythmia Case Study

    Cardiac Arrhythmia is an anomaly in the Heart which can be diagnosed with the help of Electrocardiogram (ECG) signal. ECG signal is a diagrammatic representation of the cardiac signal, which is most important biomedical signal, taken for the feature extraction. Since it is very difficult to analyse the ECG signal due to the size, noise and changes in the signal, automatic system for ECG signal processing is essential. For this, ECG signal is processed using wavelets based signal processing,…

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  • 1989 Camaro Research Paper

    It can be convertible or just have the hard top. It is a dual exhaust and has a seven poly-joint vs four poly steering. This improves its stiffness and other better angular deflection. There was 110,739 of these Camaros made in…

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  • 10 Reasons Why I Should Never Be Vegan

    “10 Reasons Why I’ll Never Be Vegan” manipulate and suggest that “something dies no matter what you eat” such as the “field mice that were demolished in order to grow the corn for a box of vegan cereal” (Geertsen, 2014) . It is this disregard and deflection of the truth that provides the public with reason to believe that their choices are condonable, when in fact they are…

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  • Ayer's Argument Analysis

    A.J. Ayer is an emotivist, which is a non-cognitivist meta-ethical position which classifies all ethical statements as meaningless displays of emotion. Meta-ethics, not to be confused with normative ethics, is meant to establish whether morality truly exists, and not which particular ethical statements are true. According to Ayer, there are no such things as genuine ethical judgements, rather, all ethical judgments are distinguished as pseudo-judgements (i.e. judgements that sound like they make…

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  • How Did Ernest Rutherford's Work

    Through experiments during his professorship, Rutherford fired alpha particles at foil and expected them to pass through the foil with minimal deflection, but they did not and some of the particles were deflected or some bounced back. This experiment resulted in a groundbreaking discovery and Rutherford's Nuclear Atomic Model. In his model, most of the total mass of an atom is concentrated in the…

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  • Analysis Of Lap Splice Reinforce

    Bond Strength and Stress slip of Lap splice reinforcement with Fiber Reinforced Polymer wrapped and unwrapped concrete beams with the confinement properties. Abstract: This paper describes the experimental results of different researchers to examine the properties and behavior of lap splice reinforcement in a concrete beam. Beam specimens were constructed and tested in the lab. The beam specimen was tested with monotonic (cyclic) and fatigue loading. The beam was divided into three groups:…

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  • Acoustic Reflection Lab Report

    (Martin & Clark, 2012). When measuring the acoustic reflex threshold, we are measuring the softest sound that can cause a reflex of the stapedius muscle as well as the duration of time needed for the reflex to decay. The reflex is presented as a deflection, or a curve/dip, on the immitance monitor of the device used (Campbell, 2014). Acoustic Reflex measurements are a part of the immittance battery tests and use the same device as that of tympanometry testing. The reflex occurs by stimulating…

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  • Importance Of Inventive Knowledge Management Experience

    For my writing exercise, I have selected option-two – "What is the most inventive or innovative thing you’ve done?" I have chosen to share with you an example of how I was able to apply my innovative knowledge management experience to enhance a marginal customer user experience into a best in class, award-winning customer experience. I have long had a passion for sharing information and for working with people to support them with the development of their own skills for sharing information.…

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  • Glynis Breakwell's Identity Process Theory (IPT)

    Identity process theory (IPT), first conceptualized by Glynis Breakwell, is a comprehensive identity theory based on the assertion that people seek to build and sustain an identity (Breakwell, 1986; Breakwell, 2014). Identity is viewed as a dynamic structure produced by the interaction between cognitive capacities and social contexts, consisting of two dimensions: content and value (Breakwell, 1986; Breakwell, 2014). Content is the properties and characteristics believed to define oneself, such…

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  • Pluto Vs Dwarf Planets Essay

    Dwarf planets are considered to be those mass’s in space which are neither planet nor natural satellite. More explicitly, they are a mass which, unlike a moon, orbit around the sun, and due to the pull and force of their self-gravity are of a sufficient mass that they form an almost rounded spherical shape however they are not of a sufficient size to gravitationally clear the neighbourhood around their orbit. (Williams, M) In comparison the definition of a planet, as defined by the…

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