A middleware is an infrastructure that supports and connects enterprise applications. The middleware lies between the operating system and the enterprise application. It lies on each side of a distributed computer system network. Middleware supports sophisticated and distributed computer software applications. Any application between the computer kernel and user applications is considered to be a middleware.
The most important aspect of the middleware is that it enables communication and input and output of the developers. Middleware becomes the link between the os-ware and the application software. This aspect of the middleware makes it possible for the applications to borrow ...view middle of the document...
Middleware is an essential platform that needs to get incorporated in various applications. It should, however, be incorporated in such a way in will lead maximum utilization of the current application system.
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The purpose of tables and figures in documents is to enhance your readers' understanding of the information in the document. Most word processing software available today will allow you to create your own tables and figures, and even the most basic of word processors permit the embedding of images, thus enabling you to include tables and figures in almost any document.
Data in a table that would require only two or fewer columns and rows should be presented in the text. More complex data is better presented in tabular format. In order for quantitative data to be presented clearly and efficiently, it must be arranged logically, e.g. data to be compared must be presented next to one another (before/after, young/old, male/female, etc.), and statistical information (means, standard deviations, N values) must be presented in separate parts of the table. If possible, use canonical forms (such as ANOVA, regression, or correlation) to communicate your data effectively.
Numbers: Number all tables with Arabic numerals sequentially. Do not use suffix letters (e.g. Table 3a, 3b, 3c); instead, combine the related tables. If the manuscript includes an appendix with tables, identify them with capital letters and Arabic numerals (e.g. Table A1, Table B2).
Titles: Like the title of the paper itself, each table must have a clear and...