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    Synchronous Modes

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    poor quality, low quantity, and inefficiency of project contributions, submissions and coordination. One drawback is that some managers may find the RVCS to be somewhat of a cumbersome research tool for addressing these issues. Admittedly, the typical RVCS is by no means a complete, robust, rich, and thorough project management tool. It does however serve the purpose for any CSCW group member with respect to task coupling and coordination. This is especially true if two or more members must necessarily edit the same artifact at the same time. Coordination and communication become critical and tight-coupling ability is slightly sacrificed in exchange for protection in this particular case and situation. It is an evil necessity that cannot be avoided. RVCS therefore is shown and proven to be useful for collaboration from the high level perspective of the project management to the low-level perspective of CSCW group members on the front line or out in the field, and everyone in between. In the interest of fairness, the slight inconveniences displayed by tight coupling of tasks within the context of these four RVCS do not interfere with their usability. The severity score of such issues are three for all four groupware. Heuristic #7 The satisfaction of this heuristic becomes problematic with respect to all four groupware. The groupware must allow individuals to remain aware of others within a shared workspace and the nature of their actions. As shown with respect to the previous…

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    Azo Dye Lab Report

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    nitrous acid to produce a diazonium salt; the reaction is called diazotization. The reaction proceeding this was using the diazonium salt to couple with an activated arene to create the final product; this reaction is called diazonium coupling. For the first part, to create the salt, 0.072 g of p-nitroaniline was added to 2.7 mL of HCl and 10 mL of water into an 25 mL Erlenmeyer flask. This mixture was put into an ice water bath because the reaction is exothermic; this is to lessen the amount…

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    Babby's Grow Film Analysis

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    BABY’S BREATH is an absorbing, supernatural thriller that delivers a frightening and chilling tale. The script does a good job in creating a compelling mystery. The plot immediately engages and maintains one’s attention from the opening scene to the very last scene. The main heroine is thrust into an enthralling life and death situation to bring justice to her twin sister’s killer. The goal is clear and the danger is high. The script provides an intense mystery that easily pulls in the…

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    to say or do anything. I leave the classroom and I sit in front of the closed classroom door crying,refusing to go to the office for something I did not do. I run to Mrs. McGrath crying, burying my salty face in her bony arms. She asks me what's wrong and I tell her Mrs. Keys yelled at me and sent me to the office for talking to Shams when I couldn't since she's too far. Mrs. McGrath calms me down and gives me work to do in the office. I'm so confused why she's actually allowing me to go to the…

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    Collapse: A Short Story

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    movement would create a sound, I have to wait him out and pray he doesn’t find me. This was the real deal, I could call the police, I pulled out my phone to call them… it was dead. So much for that plan, I carefully put my phone away, this bag was starting to become a burden right now, but I can’t leave it here for the killer to find and use the information to find me. I turned to my right and saw a familiar sight, just now I’ve noticed the exact same crawlspace that I went under just below…

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    What Is Th350?

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    Points of Interest The TH350 is an automatic shift, three speed transmission. The TH350 transmission was introduced in the 1969 model year as the successor to the GM Power glide automatic transmission. The TH350 transmission was developed in a joint effort by the Chevrolet and Buick Automotive Corporations. The TH350 transmission it is also referred to as the CBC (Chevrolet-Buick Combined) 350. Soon after production the Turbo 350 quickly became known for its strength, versatility and…

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    Reusability, loose coupling, discoverability, and autonomy, are four other design principles of SOA. Reusability enhances composability by ensuring that the design is amendable for future utilization. Unfortunately, if users are ignorant of services then they will not be reused. Therefore, the service registry should be publicized and well design that can help clients identify and use the service that fits their needs. Furthermore, reusability is what allows a service to be composed by many…

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    Introduction The topic of this article is the overrepresentation of minority individuals in the juvenile justice system. Through the criminal justice system there is a problem of overrepresentation of minority individuals and the juvenile justice system is not an exception. In the adult criminal justice system focal concerns are often to blame for the overrepresentation of minority individuals, while the juvenile justice system has seen little explanation. This articles major objective is to use…

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    Juvenile Justice System

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    front of the judge the crime committed in its self is not the only determining factor. The provided article, Contexts of Decision Making in the Juvenile Justice System: An Organizational Approach to Understanding Minority Overrepresentation. Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice explores the bearing of race throughout the process of the juvenile justice system. The major objective in this article was to point out how organization can work together and be ineffective if everyone has their own…

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    Sand dune erosion is occurring on the Cronulla coastline due to the coupling of human and natural impacts and is gradually resulting in the beach being less able to be protect itself from natural implications. The constant sand dune erosion is creating a steeper slope this is allowing waves and winds to rapidly remove sand from the dunes. The sand dune erosion is destroying habitats from plants and animals, this is substantially decreasing the biodiversity on the coastal environment. Sand dune…

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