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  • Linear Perspective Drawing Essay

    As designers and creators we have endless methods to create art, we can express ourself in any way we want. With interior design you will always find yourself creating new environments, so is a common thought to imagine that a client may ask you to design his/her new living room with a contemporary style, of course, for this design you need to add objects such as furniture in order for the client to have a clear vision of how this space is going to look like. But sometimes objects drawn in one dimension won’t show your whole perception of the space. Two-dimensional drawings will provide the realistic component in your designs, allowing you to see more than one side. Is almost like a trick to the eye, your concept can influence your clients…

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  • The Three Concepts Of Small Group Communication

    Explicit norm are rules that are stated, usually on paper or verbally as acceptable behavior. An explicit norm in our group is to warn team members and give them notices of when tasks are due. Thus, this rule has encouraged our group to stay on task and build a level of motivation towards each other. However, implicit norms are rules that are not stated, but members should already know these rules such as, don’t interrupt someone when they are talking. An implicit norm we have for each member in…

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  • The Schema Above: Sale Business Process Of Healthy Food

    The schema above is the dimensional model for sale business process of Healthy Food Company. This company sales several types of healthy food on the internet. The company has two business requirements. First, the company would like to analyze daily quantity-on-hand inventory levels by products. In order to meet this requirement, I designed the dimensional model by using the periodic snapshot approach so the company could see the quantity-on-hand of each product at the end of the day. This…

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  • Romeo And Juliet Act 1 Scene 3 Scene Analysis

    Cleopatra. Cleopatra appears to be very grounded when talking, but is talking in a strong anger almost voice. Her movements are straight with her arms are straight out. She then goes into a low topography, getting on her knees at the end of her line. Shakespeare in Hollywood was the next short play the cast acted out. The girl explains how she is playing Hermia, but wants to play I play Hermia. She wanted to play Puck and how until this century a boy played it. While explaining this wishing…

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  • Compare And Contrast Mandelbrot And Filled Julia Set

    The Mandelbrot and Filled Julia Sets The Mandelbrot and Filled Julia Sets are sets of numbers that are composed of complex numbers that do not diverge for varying conditions of the function fc(z)=z²+c. For the Mandelbrot set, the function is iterated from z=0. The filled Julia set holds c constant for any complex number to look at the behavior of the iterated functions for each value of z in the complex plane. Both sets are derived from the iterations of simple functions in the complex plane,…

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  • Business Math

    Business Math was first put into practice by industry leaders, George Dantzig and Harold Kuhn, in the 1950’s. Business Mathematics is important in everyday life because not only does it help companies and organizations record and manage business related operations but it is also helpful for companies and organizations to make data driven decisions that ultimately relate to logistics, supply chains and warehousing. Business math differs from other types of math’s because it consists of more…

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  • The Semantic Gap

    High-level features can include keywords, concepts, categories, or ontologies - virtually all things that lead to determining meanings of text-based information and phrases. Low-level features can include color, texture, resolution, encoding, salient points, etc. which are all measurable aspects of content-based information, or non-text information, such as images and videos. The spread of multimedia on the web is widening the semantic gap, since it is becoming increasingly difficult to…

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  • Chickering's Theory Of Identity Development Analysis

    The Problem I Want to Solve For the most part, the problem I want to solve has remained the same throughout the weeks. I am eager to manage and ultimately own a business in the interior decorating field. I aim for my business to inspire others with our decor and style. I want my employees to be able to create a beautiful space with whatever they are given, and I want my clients to be so happy with the results and make their house a place they are happy to call home. This is my plan, but I…

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  • Analysis Of The Pike29 Track

    This project will use both raster and vector data, but will ultimately be in raster format. There are eight factors considered in this analysis: aspect, DoC land, erosion, existing tracks, land use capability, rivers, slope, and vegetation. Each factor has been separated into categories and each category given a rating. A weighting has been assigned to each category. These are set out in the Table 2. North-facing is the important factor of aspect, as it adds to amenity value. Likewise, the…

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  • Business Studies Personal Statement Example

    have always had an interest in ICT when I first got my first gaming console as a present for Christmas. This allowed me to gain basic knowledge on how to use different types of hardware by playing games on the web. I started to build my desktop with the savings which I have earned to pay for the separate components and the case to build a suitable desktop computer to play online games with my friends. Then when I got a bit older I started developing an interest in creating web pages and social…

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