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    fluctuations, resulting into overall increased throughput for the entire team. Alex’s plant had NCX-10 robots those were supposed to takeover manual production jobs and claimed to add 36% productivity gains(p. 27), but Alex recognized that these robots did not add up to the money savings at the plant level, but instead resulted into increased costs, higher operational expenses, and were less productive, causing a bottleneck. The robots were implemented, which increased costs to do so, however they did not reduce other costs like direct labor, owing to union agreements, Alex had shifted labor to other parts of the plant. After identifying system’s bottlenecks, Alex’s plant must take following floor level actions for improving overall system’s performance. i) Have the bottlenecks always run at full capacity. ii) Let the speed of the bottleneck decide the speed of the process. iii) Do not waste any bottleneck resource. iv) Bottleneck capacity should equal demand (p. 152 & p. 153). Alex Rogo’s plant puts their energy into investigating and addressing the bottleneck issues to improve their delivery time. Alex and team learn from Jonah that they must adhere to “bottlenecks must be busy” principal. So, they design a ‘red and green color coding system’ -- red reflecting the bottleneck parts, which should be given priority and worked on first to avoid the ‘held-up’ at bottleneck and green reflecting non-bottleneck parts. With this new system, they do manage to ship orders faster and…

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    JOURNAL REVIEW Ibidunmoye, O., Hernández-Rodriguez, F., Elmroth, E. (2015). Performance anomaly detection and bottleneck identification. ACM Comput. Surv. 48, 1, Article 4 (July 2015), 35 pages. Introduction The article chosen is “Performance Anomaly Detection and Bottleneck Identification” in which Ibidunmoye, Hernández-Rodriguez, and Elmroth discuss how varying attempts are being made to create methods that can prevent anomalies and identify bottlenecks that create performance issues within…

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    Bagpipe Band Analysis

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    charms people. So if one wants to make their event a hit and memorable for the guest then they can hire a bagpipe band. However, there are also many other choices available for the entertainment at the event. But to go for the bagpipe band sound the best available option that will really make the event remembered for a long time. However, before selecting a bagpipe band in Delhi one must consider a few things. One must do a little research before hiring a bagpipe band. The bagpipe band one…

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    The band perform at half time. The team have warm up music before the game and at half time. Music and sports connect with each other in many 3 ways. They connect in marketing, aesthetics, and performance strategies. As well as music and gender role plays a big part at football games. McLeod asserts that the relationship between sports and music is a way many societies “construct gender and racial identity.” The role of pop music in sports, and vice versa, subconsciously assists in the creation…

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    Response #1: The Makishi Masquerade is an example of performance and popular entertainment because of the preparation and approval the event obtains from the community/ village audiences. The performances favorable and approval attibutes to its popularity and entertainment value as it is a celebration which causes pleasure to its surrounding viewers. The Makishi Masquerade is a prepared highly influenced ritual performance with the amusement factors through costuming, dancing, and chanting. A)…

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    In keeping with the Hallmark brand, Antonio plays the sleazy almost-fiance of Erika's character, and to look at him is to hate him--that is, hate the character. Sure, Antonio lends his handsome face and physique to this guy, but we know he's the wrong guy for our lovely heroine. Antonio is no stranger to the Hallmark channel and other networks, and chances are that you will have seen him in at least one of his varied roles (maybe you remember him in Hats Off to Christmas or Love at the…

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    How do we act as a human being in the society? Everyone plays differents roles and act differently to promote or we can say protect ourselves. We can tell that the whole society is a stage and everyone's an actor plays differently in the front stage. George Herbert Mead, a sociologist from the late 1800s, is well known for his theory of the social self, which includes the concepts of 'self,' 'me,' and 'I.' No matter what kind of environment, people always bring a "mask" for themselves to realize…

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    In dance, it is imperative that dancers use expression and acting. A dance should tell a story and evoke feelings in the audience without a script, just movement. It is often paired with music to enhance the dramatic aspect of dancing. Countless choreographers such as George Balanchine and Martha Graham are known for being artistic and dramatic in their movements (“Martha Graham: The Mother of Modern Dance”). Dance originated as a performance for an audience, not being judged at competitions. In…

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    was not my first performance or concert, but none were this monumental. The twentieth anniversary of Hypersquad. As the sun begins to set the sky ablaze in shades of red, orange, and yellow, showtime creeps closer and closer like a turtle, slow and steady. We all prepare in our own ways; the guys chugging an unhealthy amount of energy drink from its black and green cans, the letter “M” etched onto its side, the girls’ fan brushes packing on a blinding opal on their cheekbones and the children…

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    with the sharply delineated positions of the more staccato phrases. This dance is not addresses in the US curriculum because Asian Indian are a minority and dance education is not taken seriously. A Bharatanatyam dancer is a transnational interpreter who helps students learn about their culture, religion, history, heritage and literature through the platform of dance (Meduri A.pg;179). Therefore, Bharatanatyam plays an important role in the lives of Asian Indians.Research shows that…

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