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    power grid architectures were standalone systems that consisted of proprietary protocols traversing legacy hardware and software systems (Li et al., 2012). Power grid automation systems using this type of architecture carried high operating costs that power companies found to be inefficient over time (Kuder et al., 2010). Due to this inefficiency, power companies began to integrate the operation of power grid automation systems into public networks. This integration served its purpose of reducing operating cost, but significantly increased the power grids exposure to cyber-attacks (Kuder et al., 2010). Recent discoveries that hackers have inserted software into the US electrical grid, allowing the grid to be disrupted at a later date from a remote location, clearly demonstrates the fact that the utility infrastructure is quite vulnerable and that its overall mission of serving the population could be severely compromised as a result of a cyber-attack (Li et al., 2012). The power grid uses dedicated lines with Inter Control Center Protocols (ICCP) and IP based LAN protocols to communicate between corporate and control centers (Kuder et al., 2010). Communication between the control center and substations is generally performed using the distributed network protocol (DNP) as well as wireless technology. This complicated means of communication between links makes power grid automation systems vulnerable to cyber-attacks. The vulnerabilities can be broken down into…

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    Increased Customer Trust/Satisfaction A mobile POS system will eliminate the tiring process of having to refer back to a stationary terminal to continually update inventory counts as they are tallied by hand or eye, then written down and logged for referral. An employee can use a mobile POS terminal with inventory reports to check the stock, then make any necessary changes right on the terminal, streamlining the process. This also eliminates fatigue, which can raise the likelihood of human…

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    Social Context Approach

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    The Memorial Union Bus Terminal From A Social Context Approach During these eleven weeks in LDA 01, we have discussed several approaches to the discipline of environmental design. Some, but not all of these approaches are the social context, ecological, participatory, artistic, and the cultural competency approach. For this project in specific, I decided to analyze a site using the social context approach. For me, this approach is the most interesting and crucial when planning a project. The…

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    1998; its production companies were New Line Cinema and Larger Than Life Productions. The film starts by introducing David, he is a lonely boy and does not seem very happy with his life. Then we are introduced to his sister, Jennifer, which seems to be more contempt with her rebel life. At the end of the school day they both have plans to use the Television at home. David wants to see a marathon of his favorite sitcom Pleasantville. As for Jennifer, she had planned to watch a concert with a…

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    Analysis Of The Roku Ultra

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    Roku Ultra allows its USB port to play video from an external hard drive. Roku Ultra supports FAT16, FAT32, NTFS and HFS+ drive formats. Optical Audio – This will allow you to connect your Roku Ultra to your home audio system. Voice Remote – Search for titles of your favorite TV shows and Movies without typing. Simply hit the voice search button and say the title. While experimenting with voice search, Roku was able to find well-known movies and TV shows about 90% of the time. Remote Finder…

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    2016 saw the commencement of a Bachelor of Management degree for myself and I was eager to begin. Having studied a whole year of university I was familiar with the Uni lifestyle and was excited to begin something that I was truly interested. However, MAA104 was unlike any other learning experience I had encountered throughout my first year of university experience. The three-hour class seemed daunting as I am not one to enjoy sitting still for hours on end. Having studied predominantly health…

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    AEIOU Model

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    initiative in the urology procedural unit I recently started working for, management had devised a new procedural flow study with the aim to improve time management for nurses and overall waiting time for patients in the urology department. The current waiting times for patients were about one to one and a half hours to be seen by a physician and three to four hours’ total visit time. About three quarters of the nurses on my team had been working in the unit for about twenty-years plus. Many of…

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    A. Commander Involvement and Support: Complies: The commander, Major Derek Williamson, is actively involved in his unit’s safety and health program. He has issued a commander’s policy on safety and developed unit mishap notification procedures. His priorities and expectations for safety are stated clearly. Maj Williamson frequently conducts meetings in which the Unit Safety Representatives brief current safety items such as unit mishaps and open discrepancies. B. Unit Safety…

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    Human Service Organisations (HSOs), all of which function differently. Different organisations will have different aims, structures and environments will seek to transform clients through different technologies. Social workers within HSOs may come across different constraints and opportunities. For the purpose of this analysis, a social worker, Leah Hammett was interviewed. Leah is a Student Wellbeing Officer in the Student Equity and Wellbeing (SEW) unit at James Cook University in Cairns. I…

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    Final Assessment Performance and Test Assessment. Assignment Instructions provided in class. Purpose: You are a teacher who has planned an exciting unit for her students with well-structured learning objectives that are linked to standards. What will be the performance assessment you will include as a culminating assignment? Grade: 1st grade. Social Studies Topic of Unit: Goods and Services. Making the right choice. Goods and services is very important unit for students that will help them…

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