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  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Smart Machines

    discusses this important topic concerning smart machines and how people treat the machines without regard of empathy. In a highly viewed website, this interesting written piece describes people and their interactions with smart machines. Unsurprisingly some people treat smart machines like they are any other piece of technology, they beat on it and are emotionless about it. In contrast, a surprising reality develops, some people felt emotion towards some smart machines. The author best…

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  • Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-Time Essay

    it was. The stage itself was very large, and was a proscenium arch, meaning that the audience faces the stage straight-on. The very unique thing about this stage was that the back wall was a giant cube-like math grid. Both the back wall and the floor of the stage were technological grids that could light up, creating patterns and images. This stage was very relevant to the play, because it used illustrations to help us visualize what Christopher was experiencing.…

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  • Cyber-Security

    security has become an afterthought with the growing demands of smart technology everywhere. Some vendors comply with security standards ISO/IEC 14443 but far too many have proprietary methods of applying…

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  • The Importance Of Debit Cards

    Authors are attributed to having created technologies and new innovations that expounded heavily on what they might be, and how they might be used when writing their stories. Such an example is the debit card. A debit card is a plastic payment card that can be used instead of cash when buying goods or services. The checking account of the debit holder is automatically debited when a transaction has occurred. Safety measures such as entering a personal identification number (PIN) to verify a…

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  • Charlie Gordon In Flowers For Algernon

    hes my frend. Boy if I get smart wont they be serprised.” (5) This quote demonstrates how he would be responded to differently if he would got the surgery. Charlie proclaims this idea when he writes what he thinks it would feel like when he was bright, “Then when I am smart they will talk to me and I can sit with them and listen like Joe Carp and Frank and Gimpy do when they talk and have a discushen about importent things.” An additional reason Charlie wants to be smart is so he can learn in…

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  • Buckeye Power Company Case Study

    In the beginning there were only five members and it took the company a year to get the first electric pole up and ready for service. They spent the next decade developing their memberships, trustees and employees and learn how to function as an organization. After WWII the company really started to develop by hiring more employees, purchasing trucks and installing new services. In the 1960’s is really were you see the most growth in the company. In that year the doubled there service territory…

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  • KPMC Case Study: Social, Mobile, Analytics And Cloud

    NAME. AKSH BHARDWAJ ROLL NO. 254 KPMG SMAC stands for Social, Mobile, Analytics and Cloud. This aims at the creation of such an environment which helps a venture to better its operations, helps bring the business closer to the consumer/customer keeping in view the costs of overhead and also providing the maximum outreach to the customers. Now, new business models are being developed, owing to the presence of – 1. Mobile devices 2. Sensors 3. Social media 4. Loyalty card programs 5. Online…

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  • Hatman Intra Cloud Trust Management Research Paper

    1) Hatman: Intra-Cloud Trust Management for Hadoop AUTHOR: S. M. Khan and K. W. Hamlen Information and calculation uprightness and security are real attentiveness toward clients of distributed computing offices. Numerous generation level mists hopefully accept that all cloud hubs are similarly reliable when dispatching occupations; employments are dispatched in light of hub load, not notoriety. This expands their defenselessness to assault, since trading off even one hub suffices to degenerate…

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  • Mannheim Multihalle Analysis

    Designed to be both cost efficient at the time as well as fit the desired aesthetic of organic, the Multihalle is a grid shell based structure that fit those needs. The architects and engineers of the project needed to use the grid shell to create a self supporting structure that had the appearance of being lightweight and elegant but affordable. At the end of completion, the final piece was so thin that the ratio of thickness…

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  • Harland Bartholomew's Role In The City Planning Profession

    Harland Bartholomew is one of the original municipal planners that influenced the city planning profession from 1914 to present day. Bartholomew’s influence and notability in city planning has three distinct areas (Lovelace, 1993). These three areas include the education of planning professionals, civil service at both the city and national level, and his private practice and advancement of a systematic comprehensive plan (Lovelace, 1993). These three areas tell a story of an individual that had…

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