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  • SAP CONSULTING BUSINESS BUSINESS PLAN
    SAP CONSULTING BUSINESS BUSINESS PLAN

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    From:amos ipu

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    SAP CONSULTING BUSINESS BUSINESS PLAN
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  • Environmental Ethics - DOC
    Environmental Ethics - DOC

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    From:Alex Sushko

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    Seven page, 1400 word essay on environmental ethics. Breathtakingly detailed with a perfect array of advanced vocabulary, voice, and style. Excellent paper for an ethics or science class.
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  • Human Organ Transplantation
    Human Organ Transplantation

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    From:Mark Fliance

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    The writer provides an overview of human organ donation and transplantation.
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  • image fusion
    image fusion

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    From:Bhavesh Jain

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    The project focuses on image fusion between multi-spectral images and panchromatic images using a wavelet analysis method with good signal processing and image processing traits. A new weighting technique is developed based on wavelet transformation for the fusion of a high spatial resolution image and a low-resolution, multi-spectral image. The method improves a standard wavelet merger for merging the lower frequency components of a multi-spectral image and its high spatial resolution image by means of local deviation rules with weighting average. And then the merged image is reconstructed by an inverse wavelet transform using the fused approximation and details from the high spatial resolution image. Also, a multi-spectral images fusion algorithm is proposed based on wavelet transform characteristic of human vision system. Firstly, perform a wavelet multi-scale transformation of each source image. Then a new fusion regular is presented based on human vision system corresponding high (low) frequency components are divided into several blocks, and contrast error of every block is calculated, an adaptive threshold selection is proposed to decide which should be used to construct the new high (low) frequency components. Finally, the fused image is obtained by taking inverse wavelet transform. The experimental results show that the new method presented is clearly better in not only preserving spectral and improving spatial presentation, but also avoiding mosaic occurring.
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  • robot arm mimicking human hand
    robot arm mimicking human hand

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    From:Bhavesh Jain

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    Robot mimicking is a convenient way to teach the robots the operations they are to perform. Instead of cumbersome programming a human may demonstrate the operation of a robot working in an assembly line, or a physically impaired person may direct a robot to accomplish movements he/she is unable to do such as lifting a heavy object. Also robots may be taught to perform actions such as playing musical instruments (e.g. drums). Another advantage, which may be obtained by robot mimicking, is the direct control of the teaching process. If the human, who is being mimicked, is observing the robot at the same time unwanted or dangerous situations may be avoided by actively changing the movements at that instance. Some of the robot mimicking research was based on mechanical devices such as data gloves, recent advancements in the capabilities of computers and new algorithms developed in the field of computer vision has made a true mimicking system possible, where robots mimic humans by observing them visually. That kind of mimicking is a more natural and humanoid way since human learning from early childhood begins with visually observing other humans and mimicking them. In this thesis, a system capable of visually observing a human’s arm movements and then a robot arm mimicking these movements is proposed.
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  • automated code generation
    automated code generation

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    From:Bhavesh Jain

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    this report has the complete code. Automated Code Generator will auto-generate the DAO (Data Access Object) layer, the DO (Domain Object) layer and hibernate mapping files (hbm.xml) for the Java developer. The DAO layer will consist of the insert, update, delete and select queries. The queries generated will be in both HQL and SQL. This allows developers the flexibility to select the correct function depending on their needs. The user will have to perform the following steps to generate the three files as mentioned above: Run the Code Generator application. Select the database and provide appropriate credentials. Select a table from the drop down which is populated and click on generate code. Thus in three simple steps which will hardly take a minute, the developer will be able to generate code which could have taken a couple of days to develop and test.
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  • zigbee based forest monitoring system
    zigbee based forest monitoring system

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    From:Bhavesh Jain

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    Forest monitoring is the investigation of processes and patterns that explain the relationships between living organisms and their environment. To understand this relationship, the effect of various changes in environment on organisms is observed. Most of these observations are made over a period of months. The main problems faced are forest fire, animal poaching, illegal wood cutting and mining. Also there is problem of naxalism in remote forest areas of India. To overcome this problem we use wireless device to monitor the parameters so that we can take certain steps in worst cases or emergency The main scope of this project: Sensor network based on Zigbee. GUI for monitoring and controlling the WSN. Use this project for medium-scale or Large-scale forest monitoring
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  • Importance of plants
    Importance of plants

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    From:John Ambas

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    importance of plants to animals and humans...
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  • HSDPA Technology
    HSDPA Technology

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    Briefly describing HSDPA Technology from architecture, feature, development etc
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  • Power plant energy efficiency enhancement module
    Power plant energy efficiency enhancement module

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    From:deepak s

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    The paper is an attempt to emphasize on the importance of the non-conventional energy sources of which small hydropower generation is one. It deals with the cogeneration of hydel power along with thermal power stations. The paper describes how it will be effective to increase the overall efficiency of the thermal plant. Also it emphasizes on the appropriate and maximum utilization of both , the flow and discharge of the water used in thermal plants to generate hydel power. The paper also explores the various possibilities of harnessing energy at different locations in plant. Advantages and limitations of such an arrangement is appropriately dealt with. An introduction to the upcoming technology of the modified electronic governor control system is also dealt with.
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  • Web 3.0 document
    Web 3.0 document

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    From:Abhishek Roy

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    Web 3.0 document
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  • Input/Output Architecture
    Input/Output Architecture

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    From:Shafqat Ali

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    Input/Output Architecture of Computer.
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  • Secondary or External Computer Memory
    Secondary or External Computer Memory

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    From:Shafqat Ali

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    Basics knowledge about computer external memory
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  • Basics of Computer Memory
    Basics of Computer Memory

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    From:Shafqat Ali

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    Basics of computer memory, how its created and used
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  • Basics of Design of Bitumenous Mix
    Basics of Design of Bitumenous Mix

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    From:kanhaiya kanhaiya

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    Overview The bituminous mix design aims to determine the proportion of bitumen, filler, fine aggregates, and coarse aggregates to produce a mix which is workable, strong, durable and economical. The requirements of the mix design and the two major stages of the mix design, i.e dry mix design and wet mix design will be discussed. Evolution of road surface • Unsurfaced earthen roads, or cart-track • Unsurfaced earthen roads upgrades with natural soil from borrow pits and attention to drainage, and compaction is by traffic • Dry aggregate and sand-clays mix, in which the the former act as wear resistant and the latter as natural binder • Water-bound macadam, the above constituents, mixed together (pre-mix or in-situ) with water and compacted to improve the strength • Oiled roads, introduced to reduce dust by bitumen stabilized soils • Seal coat: the base course is protected from traffic and moisture by sealing the surface with a thin film of bitumen aggregate mix, which is structurally strong surface for pneumatic-tyred traffic. This is provided on firm and smooth base course after a tack coat using cutback bitumen or bitumen emulsions with a penetration of 5 mm. • Asphaltic concrete: Traffic and the axle configuration are increasing very much which raises demand for the new type of pavement which can meet the above requirements. The asphaltic concrete is one which is the high dense graded premix and it is termed as the highest quality pavement surface course. • Bitumen mix or asphalt mix overlays of minimum 20 - 40 mm to as high as 300 - 500 mm or even more. Objectives of mix design The objective of the mix design is to produce a bituminous mix by proportionating various components so as to have: 1. sufficient bitumen to ensure a durable pavement, 2. sufficient strength to resist shear deformation under traffic at higher temperature, 3. sufficient air voids in the compacted bitumen to allow for additional compactio
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