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In this document I will assess my design against my specification to see which of my designs are the most suitable. |
This design fits this specification because of the materials it is made of; wood and metal which both last for a longer amount of time as supposed to a piece of paper due to its solidity .
This award meets the function of the specification as the award can be used for both criteria’; progress and achievement depending on the colour used. By this I mean, if it were to be awarded in the colour brass it would function as an achievement award and if it was for progress award it would be in the colour Nickel silver. I
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The observer pattern is a software design pattern in which an object, called the subject, maintains a list of its dependents, called observers, and notifies them automatically of any state changes, usually by calling one of their methods. It is mainly used to implement distributed event handling systems. The Observer pattern is also a key part in the familiar Model View Controller (MVC) architectural pattern.
In software engineering, the singleton pattern is a design pattern that restricts the instantiation of a class to one object. This is useful when exactly one object is needed to coordinate actions across the system. That is you
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Telecommunication Services of Trinidad and Tobago
September 25, 2015
The success of any organization would be enumerated by outcomes echoed through its successes. The Telecommunication Services of Trinidad and Tobago (TSTT) is a business entity that is reliant upon direct and interpersonal interaction with customers for the fulfilment of its core business purpose. Its mission is “To facilitate the effective delivery of efficient, affordable and quality public utilities services through a committed, resourceful team of professionals in close collaboration with all stakeholders.” With a Corporate Vision “To become an
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prefer assurance within the first few years of purchase. A loss of sale could arise with this as an absence.
The Internet can be used for distribution because its can be another form of selling the product in stead of the actual dealer. The internet works hand in hand with the distribution process. The web-site links to a page where you can design your own Escape Hybrid, you can then send (via Internet) your own “developed product” to the company, from that point the nearest dealership will contact you and arrange an appointment for a test drive and further post sale duties. (This can be done because the site informs you with almost the same, if not more (complete), information than an
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The purpose of this research is to test a theoretical model of relations between job design (eg: completeness, demand of responsibility, demand of cooperation, cognitive demand, and learning opportunities) and the reflexivity and learning process within natural group works in industry. The methodology used in this research are based on the detailed task analyses and questionnaires from 40 work groups at the shop-floor level in manufacturing industry in Sweden. From this research, it is found that in a group work, reflexivity and learning processes is strongly affected by job design and work routines. The four dimensions on job design which are completeness, demand of cooperation
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Planning and Design Analysis of a Qualitative Research Study
NUR/443 Evidence-Based Nursing Research and Practice
Planning and Design Analysis of a Qualitative Research
A qualitative research is a “systematic, subjective approach used to describe life experiences and give them meaning” (Burns & Grove, 2011). With this type of research, the data are collected through interviews, focus groups, observations, and review of documents. Thus, qualitative research uses words instead of numbers. This paper is going to analyze the planning and design of a qualitative research paper titled: Patient’s experience of pain and pain relief following hip replacement surgery
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"The goal of Universal Design of Instruction (UDI) is to maximize the learning of students with a wide range of characteristics by applying UD principles to all aspects of instruction (e.g., delivery methods, physical spaces, information resources, technology, personal interactions, assessments). (Burgstahler, 2015).
One of the several approaches outlined by The Center for Universal Design in Education (CUDE) is interaction. Regular and effective interactions between students and the instructor makes all participants feel they are valued and have meaningful input to contribute. For example, group work allows learners to support each other and "places a high value on different skills and
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silos may cause lack of coordination / cooperation Cost reduction and organizational efficiency may be a challenge
Strengths: Ideal when specialized resources are required Can be efficient given economies of scale and cost controls Collaboration and quality within each function Supervision easier Easier to mobilize specialized skills when needed
Description: Each unit is responsible for the design, production, and sales of a product / family of products All resources are directly available to the unit Each product unit is responsible for planning, within the context of corporate business strategies
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Homeland Security Research Design
HSM421: Research & Analysis in Homeland Security
Professor: Kenneth Jenkins
March 7, 2016
Homeland Security Research Design
The United States has invested heavily in maintaining cyber security and border security in the homeland. Federal, State, and Local level initiatives have been implemented to escalate enforcement undertakings in communities across the country. These efforts are geared towards thwarting illegal border crossings and unlawful presence and occur in tandem with workplace enforcement to prevent illegal employment. However, these measures are not level with the excessive’ focus on terrorist threats displayed by
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j. Passing an argument by reference means that the argument is passed into a special type of parameter known as a reference variable
7) Why do global variables make a program difficult to debug?
k. Any statement in a program can change the value of a global variable. If you find that the wrong value is being stored in a global variable, you have to track down every statement that accesses it to determine where the bad value is coming from. In a program that has an overwhelming number of lines of code, this would make it hard to troubleshoot the error message
1 Design a module named timesTen. The module should accept an Integer argument. When
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table design to be in first normal form? How do you convert an unnormalized design to 1NF?
For a table to be in 1NF, it must not have any repeating groups. You convert an unnormalized table to 1NF by eliminating repeating groups. You accomplish first normal form by creating a unique record for each item in a repeating group. This creates data redundancy.
7. What are the criteria for a table design to be in second normal form? How do you convert a 1NF design to 2NF?
For a table to be in 2NF, it must first be in 1NF and all fields that are not part of the primary key are functionally dependent on the entire primary key. You accomplish 2NF by removing all fields from a table and
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Process Designs and Supply Chains
Jennifer M. Conlin
September 17, 2015
Process Designs and Supply Chains
Businesses large and small utilize different process designs and supply chains to keep their company competitive, reduce cost and increase profits. The focus of this paper will be to identify Empire Today’s supply chain and analyze one of their internal processes. The author will also identify an appropriate design approach to internal process and create a flow chart. Finally, the author will identify a metric that the company uses to measure its process and incorporate Gap Analysis as a way for Empire to collect data in each step of the process.
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always been a challenge because of the nonlinear behavior of power switches, their connection to continuous sub-systems and the design of discrete-time control (Blaabjerg, 2002). Nowadays, more and more complex systems are studied for designing efficient control strategies, such as renewable energy conversion systems (Bialasiewicz & Muljadi, 2006), whole traction systems and so on. It implies that an efficient simulation before practical control implantation is required.
1.2 Statement of Problem
As the world is concerned with the fossil fuel exhaustion and environmental problem caused by conventional power generation, particularly solar have become very popular and demanding. PV sources are
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Taisei Fire and Marine Insurance Company
Time Frame: 2001 to 2002
The case happened on between 2001 to 2002.
Taisei Marine and Fire InsuranceIn November 2001, following the September, 11th 2001 (“9/11”) terrorist attack on the World Trade Center, Taisei Fire and Marine Insurance Co (TFMI) collapsed, due to catastrophic insurance claims of $2.5 billion.
TFMI, together with two other Japanese companies, had a management agreement with Fortress Re, which pooled the funds of the companies to share the risks of reinsuring aviation portfolios. All four planes that crashed on the World Trade Center and other sites during the 9/11 attack were reinsured in the Fortress Re pool.
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Theories of Systems Analysis and Design for Integrated Business Solutions
Theories of Systems Analysis and Design for Integrated Business Solutions
The word system comes from the Greek work “systema” defined as an organized relationship among functioning components or units. Business system analysis and design breaks down the entity’s components into its basic constituents for the purpose of studying how each component works with other components in the fulfillment of the business purpose (Grady, 2007). Business system analysis and design entails identifying the
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The Opportunity Costs of Systems Analysis and Design
Date: 24 March, 2010
For a specific application, the first task is to decide which methodology is appropriate for its development. The structured system analysis and design (SSAD) method has been fine-tuned and used for many years in the real world. However, during the last several years, object-oriented approaches towards analysis and design (OOAD) have become increasingly more popular and more widely used in industrial organizations all around the world. The OOAD strategy approaches the problem from an object point of view as opposed to a functional perspective, which is the primary focus of the traditional structured
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A Technical View of System Analysis and Design
System Analysis and Design is a process. Analysis is the part that involves the study of the units working together. Design is an essential phase in the development process based on the user needs. System Analysis and Design is an approach towards reinforcing the analysis and design of information systems with the objective of improving the system performance by automation. This paper explores the Managers outlook and importance of System Analysis and Design as well as the exploration into organizations that utilize System Development and Design. We uphold that continual and extensive use of current System Analysis and
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New Techniques in Design and Analysis of Exponential Algorithm
Arshi Aftab, Shikha Mahajan and Shruti Jajoo
Abstract: In this paper we first see how NP problems can be categorized and look at some examples. We then analyze the subset sum problem and prove its NP completeness. We look at various algorithms used to solve the problem and the efficiency of each algorithm. Hence we prove that subset sum problem is NP complete.
Keywords: NP complete, NP hard, complexity, subset sum, exponential
In the study of computation complexity of problems, we find out the resources required during computation like time, memory and space required. We check if the problem can be
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Step 1: Planting and Harvesting the Raw Material:
Cotton: Most commnly used raw material for fabric in the world 60% of women’s clothing and 75% of men’s clothing contains some cotton.
Oxford cloth: It is very popular shirting fabric, particularly for more casual shirts. It’s a bit thicker than what we’d consider “fine” dress shirt fabrics, and has a hearty feel that is both durable and naturally resistant to wrinkles. Oxford cloths can be found in a variety of qualities.
Planting and Cultivation: Farmers plant their cotton using huge mechanical planters that cover 10-24 rows at a time. The planters cut a line in the tilled soil, drop seeds in the line either alone or in small
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1. Using the information provided in the scenario described below, create an event table using the following template:
Event | Trigger | Source | Use Case | Response | Destination |
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2. A firm caters lunch for its employees. The firm provides a menu that currently has ten food items (which also includes desserts). The menu is maintained by Jill, the coordinator of the social club in the firm. At the beginning of every month, the menu is printed and distributed to employees in the firm.
When an employee wants to order a lunch, the employee ticks off the food items he or she wants on the menu and sends it to Jill. Jill records information about the lunch order
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There’s No Room: A look at public schools’ design for science and evolution
PHI103: Informal Logic (GSK1216H)
Instructor Micheal Pelt
May 21, 2012
The 1987 Supreme Court ruling on the case of Edward v Aguillard, struck down a Louisiana Law requiring “balanced treatment” between “creation science” and evolution. The Supreme Court found “creation science” to be unconstitutional, a statute that forbade teaching evolution unless “creation science” was also taught. Edward v Aguillard made it clear you cannot teach creation science alongside evolution (Brown, Feb2012). This argument of if evolution should be taught in public schools has waged on for decades, and as long
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Service Process Design: The Emergency Telecommunications Cluster and
Humanitarian Disaster Relief Operations
Table of Contents
1. Introduction 3
2. Factors Influencing Service Process Design 5
2.1 Disaster Preparedness 5
2.2 Disaster Response 7
2.3 Collaboration during Disasters 10
3. Project Management and Humanitarian Logistics 10
4. Conclusion 12
Appendix 1 – List of figures 16
Service process design: Emergency Telecommunications Cluster during
Humanitarian Disaster Relief Operations
On 8 November, 2013, Typhoon Haiyan struck the islands of the Philippines unleashing record sustained wind
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In planning and designing an experiment the following step should be followed:
Hypothesis- The hypothesis is an educated claim or guess about how things work. It is written in a testable form and shows a clear relationship between the dependent and independent variable. Eg. "If _____[I do this] _____, then _____[this]_____ will happen, because_____"
Aim: The aim must be linked to the hypothesis and show the intent of the experimenter
Materials and apparatus: must be appropriate for the method suggested
Method: To be written in the instructional form, present tense and must follow a logical sequence. Should also include how materials will be used, precautions to be taken and how
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the company in the intended direction and achieve the targeted outcomes. In one way or another, a firm’s strategy is partly the result of trial-and-error organisational learning about what worked in the past and what did not. It is also partly the product of managerial analysis and strategic thinking about what actions need to be taken in the light of all the circumstances surrounding the firm’s situation.
This paper explores the idea that ‘business strategy is a mixture of luck and judgement, opportunism and design, others argue that strategy is more of an art than a science’. In particular it examines the roles of strategic management in planning an organisation’s future development buy
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NATIONAL LAW INSTITUTE UNIVERSITY BHOPAL
Law relating to design and topography of integrated circuit
Piracy of Registered designs in India
SUBMITTED TO: - SUBMITTED BY:-
Prof. (Dr.) Ghayur Alam Himanshu Suryavanshi
NLIU, Bhopal 2010 B.A.LL.B. 17
Table of Contents
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Assessment of service system at Toyota retail outlet in East London in terms of
* Service delivery system
* Use of technology in service system
* Employees they use
Find out what is their service delivery method in terms of cross-functionality as against functionality ( is there cooperation between marketing, sales, finance and accounting).
Find out the method they use to assess the level of customer satisfaction in terms of( meeting customer requirements, extent of customer involvement in decision making and how customers perceive their service).
Find out how they achieve customer contact and choice of staff for front line and back
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Assignment Of OR
Maximize profit in Incident Management operations of IT service Company
Batch – PGCBM-21
SMS ID – 110402
Faculty Name - Dr Supriya Kumar De
Study Center – Grand Mall, Gurgaon
Problem Statement 3
Solution from Solver 4
Summary of attached excel 5
Sensitivity Report 5
Answer Report 6
Analysis and Answers 7
I am working in a project where we get 3 types of incidents and for each resolution we get some (dollar)
amount. At high level, we have 3 teams Design, Build and Test . Analysis and assignment of incidents is done by client team so we don’t have any role
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A. The main purpose of prototyping is to give the users a non-abstract system design that they can evaluate early in the process to avoid costly redesigns later.
B. If a prototype is developed using system prototyping, the prototype is a model of the entire system and, if it meets user requirements, can be fleshed out into a full information system. Rapid Application Development (RAD) uses iterative system prototyping to create the final application.
A prototype designed using design, or throwaway, prototyping is meant to be discarded after user review, whether or not its design details will be incorporated into the final version. This is frequently used to do mock-ups of user
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Chapter 1 assignment
Nouf Mohammad Alshammiri
(1) Analysis: the second phase of the SDLC in which system requirements are studied and structured.
(2) Application Software: Computer software designed to support organizational functions or processes.
(3) Computer aided software engineering (CASE) tools: systems development methodologies created to radically decrease the time needed to design and implement information systems. This methodology relies on extensive user involvement, prototyping, integrated CASE tools and code.
(4) Design: the third phase of the SDLC in which the descriptions of the recommended solution in converted into logical and physical system
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see if their effect causes individuals to fall asleep. The person performing the study must design the experiment to prove that the influence from said drug causes the participants to fall asleep. Influencing factors other than the said drug being studied are the confounding variables.
Example 2: Does eating fast food cause obesity?
An experimental study must be designed to prove eating fast food daily will cause obesity. Other influencing factors besides eating fast food are the confounding variables.
2. What are the advantages and disadvantages of posttest only design and pretest-posttest design?
Advantages of posttest only design are fewer participants
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During the Fall 2014 semester we worked to analyze how new media facilitates design communication using shared work environments. Previous studies on this topic laid a solid foundation for creative convergence network studies. However, prior research had no way of incorporating sketching as a communication into the collaborative process. Because of recent technologies, the department now has the ability to incorporate freehand sketching into the collaborative process. This adds a new facet to the process of collaborating. We also explored three different programs commonly used on collaborative team projects: Cintiq tablets, and either flash drives, Tidebreak’s TeamSpot, or TeamViewer
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Associate Program Material
Web Design Terminology
Match web design key terms with their correct definitions. Use the Principles of Web Design Glossary as a resource.
Note. Table definitions come from the Glossary of Principles of Web Design.
4) Search engine
| |Definition |Term |
|1 |A set of rules that contains all the elements, attributes, and usage rules for the markup language used in|DTD |
| |a web page
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Derek Ngo 3/1/2012
Derek Ngo 3/1/2012
THE MAN SITE
Two questions. What is like to be a man? How can I become a better man? The purpose of this website is to provide articles, ideas, advice, and essential resources that relate to the typical modern day male. The site will include updated articles, pictures, and any relevant information that pertain to men. All informational links are grouped into broad categories for easy access and navigation. Such categories will include:
* Health/ sports
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State which type of research design— exploratory, descriptive, or causal—is appropriate for the following examples? You also need to explain why you choose what you did, tying the example into the concept of the chosen design. Each question is worth .8 point. The correct design is worth .4 point, a clear and correct explanation (50+ words) of why you choose what you choose is worth .4 point. Show me you understand research designs.
1) The goal of this research is to discover the real nature of the problem and to suggest new possible solutions or new ideas.
Exploratory - Exploratory research design is a study intended to investigate in depth findings about the
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MA FASHION MANAGEMENT AND FASHION & TEXTILE MARKETING Winchester School of Art
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Analysis of Three Instructional Design Models
Instructional design models provide for a systematic approach of implementing the instructional
design process for a specific educational initiative (Morrison, Ross, & Kemp, 2004). This paper
will briefly describe the purpose and what instructional models are followed by process of three
selected models: (a) the Dick and Carey systems approach; (b) Morrison, Ross and Kemp model
(also known as the Kemp model); and (c) the Three-Phase design (3PD) model. The process
description for each model will serve as the foundation and supporting points required for
comparing and contrasting process of the models.
Dick and Carey, Kemp
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ne of the primary reasons for BMWs quality issues was its strategy of using different tools andmaterials in the prototyping process when compared to the production runs.BMW supported such adual development process to provide flexibility to its prototyping craftsmen to make changes to thedesign quickly. For instance, the prototype shop was able to make new parts within a week of beingintimated of a design change. In contrast, the lead time for procuring pre-production tools fromsuppliers was 6 months. Providing such flexibility though had a flip side to it - something which workedin the prototyping phase may not work in the production phase. This meant that potential problems inthe
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I first discovered my passion for science during my secondary education. It was during science classes and practical lessons that I derive great enjoyment in understanding the inner workings of phenomena that exist in our observable world. I was exceptionally intrigued with hands-on experiments that could be performed to bring textbook contents to real-life experiences and observations. My interest in science subsequently led me to be part of the physics Talent Development Programme during my high school. Being in the programme brought me opportunities to represent my school in various scientific competitions. One of the most memorable competitions was the annual design competition
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From product design to the customer’s home, IKEA’s products follow a unique and calculated product development process. By creating this process IKEA is one of the fiercest low-cost furniture competitors in the market today. IKEA’s process for developing a new product contains the following steps: pick a price, choose a manufacturer, design the product, ship it, and sell it. By understanding each of these steps, IKEA’s competitive priorities and exceptional value to its customers, as well as, store placement comes to light.
Step One: Pick a Price
IKEA’s relentless focus on quality and low prices begins from the very start of developing a product. IKEA assigns a price to a product from
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The Information contained herein is also in your syllabus
Please read the instruction carefully and upload your work once completed onto WebTycho via your assignment link.
Assignment 1 (13%):
In this assignment, you will design a program to perform the following task:
Calculate the usable area in square feet of house. Assume that the house has a maximum of four rooms, and that each room is rectangular.
Before attempting this exercise, be sure you have completed all of chapter 2 and course module readings, participated in the weekly conferences, and thoroughly understand the examples throughout the chapter. There are 3 main components of your submission including
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The scope of this project is to create an access control system for entry into a dormitory. This will include analysis and design, which involves the creation of various design documents. Following this, the system will be developed. In this stage, any development requirements will be completed. This may involve the development of a database system or modification of a commercial off the shelf system. During the integration phase, the physical installation of the system will occur. This is followed by testing. Once testing has been completed, the major project scope ends and the project enters into a maintenance phase.
There will be five major tasks in this
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outline project management for the DVD Rental System Design project. The DVD Rental System Design is a project to create and design a new DVD rental system for QuickFlicks. The proposed DVD rental system will allow users to rent and return DVDs through local kiosks. The concept is based on the United States company Redbox, but needs to be modified to suit Middle Eastern culture.
This project will identify potential locations for initial rollout, determine what features should be added in kiosks, consider effective distribution planning, and identify for the engineering department how kiosks should be designed and programmed. Marketing the product is beyond the scope of this project, however
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AWT vs. Swing
AWT vs. Swing
For this assignment, it has been requested the author write a review of the advantages and disadvantages of AWT (Abstract Window Toolkit) vs. Swing in writing a Java program. AWT is a portable GUI library for standalone applications or applets with an advantage of speed in it’s use of native peers and performance. Additionally most web browsers support AWT so the applets designed will have greater ease in use and design and AWT components look similar to the operating system in which they run on. Swing uses a set of GUI components built upon AWT technology and gives it something of a “plug and play” feel and is implemented entirely in the Java
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A patent is an exclusive right granted for an invention, which is a product or a process that provides, in general, a new way of doing something, or offers a new technical solution to a problem. To get a patent, technical information about the invention must be disclosed to the public in a patent application. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) issues three different kinds of patents: utility patents, design patents, and plant patents.
Examples: A photocopier; a new drug; a new computer software.
A trademark is any name, symbol, figure, letter, word, or mark adopted and used by a manufacturer or merchant in order to designate his or her goods and to distinguish them from those
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should be build into the distribution system?
Answer: Optimized flexibilities should be build into the distribution system regionally between the factories and their supplying parts plants. It will be necessary for cost effective distribution to occur between plants and factories to non local markets.
5. What action may be taken during product design to facilitate this flexibility?
Answer: During product design Toyota approach consistency among global products for flexibility among market. Product design engineers should craft elements that both maximize stability and satisfy local needs.
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4. (TCO 7) The two universal approaches to organization design that represent the foundation of what we know about organization design are (Points : 2)
classical and scientific.
administrative and classical.
bureaucratic and behavioral.
bureaucratic and scientific.
behavioral and administrative.
5. (TCO 7) ____ are internal organizational factors that can influence the organization design selection. (Points : 2)
Organization size and the organizational environment
Slack resources and technology employed
Technology employed and the organizational environment
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Business Research Methods, Part I
Nikkei Crowder, Jessica Thompson, Delores Winton
August 13, 2012
Business Research Methods, Part I
There are elements needed when conducting research, such as developing a theory and hypothesis, determining an appropriate research design, collecting data, providing analysis of the data, and revising the theory upon results. This paper will develop a research design behind the auto industry bailout and identify a sample design used for collecting data.
What was the ultimate cause of the downfall of the auto industry resulting in a bailout? This research question arising from the
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Wastes are sold to the small producers.
If any problem occurs in any department then it is written on the card and sends back to the department. For correction and alteration each production line has 2 to 3 persons.
Process selection: assembly process would be used.
Manufacturing process flow design and its rationale and suitability for the organization: manufacturing process flow design is a method to evaluate the specific processes that raw materials, parts, and subassemblies follow as they move through the plant. The most common production management tools used in planning and designing the process flow are assembly drawings, assembly charts, route sheets and flow process charts.
Gap occurred when materials are not arranged. Materials sometimes could not reach on time.
After pattern samples are made to fulfill the requirements of the customers, then the production process starts.