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  • Mean Squared Error Case Study

    Performance Evaluation In order to assess the model accuracy, it is necessary to use some quantitative measures of learning. In this study the Mean Squared Error (MSE) and regression analysis were used to evaluate the model performance. MSE is a useful measure of success for numeric prediction and is calculated using Eq. (1). It is worth mentioning that small values of MSE indicate better performance of the ANN model. It was found that the optimum performance of the model is at 25 neurons with MSE 0.1481. The accuracy of the model with different neurons is shown in Table 5. MSE=(∑_(j=0)^P▒∑_(i=0)^N▒〖(t_ij-y_ij)〗^2 )/NP (5) Where P is the number of output possessing elements, N is the…

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  • Systems Theory In Nursing

    Systems Theory Organizational success is reliant on the inter-functionality of all its counterparts. Tackling the challenges of healthcare management requires both the individual unit level team and the organizational team working efficiently together for a common good (Marquis & Huston, 2015). Systems theory will be examined and applied to a healthcare setting to gain insight on the value of orchestrating union between all system components. A coronary care unit 's inputs, throughput,…

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  • Multi-Objective LPO Case Study

    Title: Multi-Objective LPO by Fuzzy Gravitational Search Algorithm in WWER1000 Authors: M. Aghaiea,*, S.M. Mahmoudib a Engineering Department, Shahid Beheshti University, G.C, P.O. Box: 1983963113, Tehran, Iran bFaculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Graduate University of Advanced Technology, Kerman, Iran. Number of manuscript pages: Number of figures: Number of tables: * Corresponding author Email: M_Aghaie@sbu.ac.ir Fax: +98 21 29902546 Abstract The…

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  • Arduina Case Study

    1.1. BLOCK DIAGRAM CHAPTER 2 2.1. COMPONENTS • Arduino – Purpose of processing • Voice Recognition Module – Voice command identification • Motor controlling Circuit – Motor Control • Gear Motors – Direction variation & constant speed running 2.1.1. ARDUINO Arduino Mega contains everything needed to support the function of the micro controller. It includes digital output/input pins & analog input pins. It connects to a computer through USB cables or power it by a use of AC…

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  • Case Study: Room To Read System

    This can be done through surveys where there are multiple choice questions such as “Do you think you have the resources you need to accomplish your goals?” or “Do you think this program is effective for education achievement? If not, how could we improve?” There should also be a space provided where teachers can provide their own responses and feedback. In order to best measure progress, the outputs and outcomes are the key metrics that should be monitored. In order to best do this,…

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  • Ecet 340 Week 4

    an 24 MHz bus speed. Write down the line(s) of instruction which set the ATD1 unit for 2MHz conversion frequency, 10-bit resolution and 8 A-to-D clocks per sample time. 5. A single 10-bit, left justified conversion of 3.75V is complete in ATD0. Assume and i. Name the register(s) where the result of the conversion is found ii. What are the values in each of the 16-bits of this register after conversion is complete? Assume the result is unsigned. Show work 6. Assume that a…

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  • Importance Of Wire Length Estimation Techniques

    below:- 1. WIRELENGTH ESTIMATION USING RENTS RULE-: In [1] researcher proposes formula to find the wire length , this formula is known as rent’s rule :- t=TG^p Here T:-no. of input output terminals G:-total number of gates t:-average number of terminals per gate p:-rent’s exponent Wire length of the circuit is calculated based on this formula. Small variation in Rent’s exponent can have disproportionate effects on average wire length. Rent’s coefficient indicates the placement gate…

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  • Loneliness And Cardiac Output

    According to theoretical research by Hawkley et al. (2003) it was confirmed that loneliness predicted lower cardiac output during a normal day. Whereas, non-lonely individuals were characterized to have a higher cardiac output. Cardiac output is the volume of blood pumped by the heart per minute and is related to an individual’s heart rate and stroke volume. Within this research it was found that the stroke volume (the amount of blood the heart ejects per beat) was the variable that lowered the…

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  • Case Study: SB Photography

    My inputs will be relatively limited compared to the outputs I will receive. As my main input is labor. Labor will be fairly cheap, as I am the only worker and I will not have to pay other employees. The fact that my input cost is minimal my profit will be greater. Though there will be competition in my area, I hope to provide greater utility for my clients. In the future, I hope to grow my business to increase profits, so that I may update my technology. Which will allow me to produce better…

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  • Analysis: Arduino Uno Board

    Wiring diagram The potentiometer terminals are wired so that its middle pin( green) is connected to analog input 0 on the Arduino Uno board, and its two outer pins( orange and blue) are connected to power +5V and ground. The servo motors have 3-wires: yellow (SIGNAL), blue (POWER) and red (GROUND). The signal pin wire (yellow) is connected to a digital pin 9 on the digital output, the power wire (blue) is connected to the 5V pin on Arduino board and the ground wire (red) is connected a ground…

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