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    logic (Ercanoglu & Gokceoglu 2002; Kanungo et al. 2008; Pradhan 2010, 2011; Pourghasemi et al. 2012; Regmi et al. 2013; Zhu et al. 2014(, artificial neural networks (Ermini et al. 2005; Kanungo et al. 2006; Melchiorre et al. 2008; Yilmaz 2009, 2010; Pradhan & lee 2010; Poudyal et al. 2010; Pradhan & Buchroithner 2010; Zare et al. 2012; Tien Bui et al. 2012; Salarian et al. 2014; Conforti et al. 2014), support vector machines (Yao et al. 2008; Tien Bui et al. 2012; Pourghasemi et al., 2013; Kavzoglu et al. 2014; Peng et al. 2014; Hong et al. 2015), neuro-fuzzy (Vahidnia et al. 2010; Sezer et al. 2011; Oh & Pradhan. 2011; Pradhan 2012; Tien Bui et al. 2012), and data mining techniques such as random forest, boosted regression tree, classification and regression…

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    This will allow each job to be payed in a competitive way. Our regression line from the survey showed us how much we were paying, whether it be too much or too little. This allowed us to determine if we should be giving more compensation to our employees if we were not meeting the same pay as our competitors. FastCat’s strategy is consistent with all their objectives. The first objective was to keep following as well as surpassing legal regulations. By looking at the regression line, one can see…

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    [2014] investigated the effects of varying speed and feed rate on AISI D2 steel at 62HRC and to determine the resultant forces. They use Finite element simulation (FEM) to investigate the chip removal theoretically and then compare the results with practical results. It can be stated that the passive force is the most dominant force component and theoretical cutting force values are 45-120% higher than the measured one. [13] D.K Das et al. [2014] investigates the surface roughness during hard…

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    because the survey results only include responses from teachers who chose to complete the survey. Nardi (2006) explained that respondents may be different from participants and therefore might distort the outcome. Creswell (2012) added insight, explaining that people who choose to complete surveys may be “overly negative or positive” (p. 391). A regression analysis will be used to reveal the presence and strength of the impact of working conditions on the dependent variable, teacher…

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    or service, and they want the enterprise to solve their problems by significantly turning out new products, new services and new solutions (UNC Kenan-Flagler, 2013). This report aims to provide an understanding of which innovation activates and expenditure will influence the innovation process of an enterprise by an application of SPSS software. It also is organized as follows. In the conceptual framework section, I will talk about classification of innovation, the means of different innovations…

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    construction cost data (cost flow or cost commitment) by utilizing the three sides of the cash flow equation. Though significant deviation observed with actual and modeled forecast due to lack of addressing the risks impact inherent with construction industry. So in this paper it is focused to develop a model to predict the changes to baseline of cost flow due to risk occurred during construction stage. Brief Overview of previous relevant research There are number of researches carried out in…

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