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Over past few decades, irrespective of higher economic growth, the poverty still remains the main challenge in India, so in order to eradicate this poverty both at urban and rural level, the Government of India, has introduced many reforms and to measure this poverty, it has introduced Below the Poverty Line (BPL) mechanism. Further according to the Public Information Bureau [PIB], there are total 302 million BPL people across India. In addition, out of this total BPL population, 221 million BPL people are residing in rural India and remaining 81 million BPL people are from urban India. Hence, the majority of BPL are rural poor people living in the remotest villages across rural India and are largely dependent on agriculture.
(b) Where the focus is on the poor as consumers, the emphasis may be on access to communications, healthcare, information, more efficient or safer technology. This is not just about lower-priced goods and services. Often it is about improving access or quality. (c) Direct impacts on BOP are just half the story. The most significant impacts in some projects will be systemic effects on what others do. In a few cases where this is replication of the business model, the indirect beneficiaries could be counted. But more often it is a sideways impact eg others investing in services for farmers that can be used via a mobile app.
infrastructure sector in the next five years, major vendors are looking to strengthen their partner base in this region. The cloud ERP considerably reduces the investments required in the alternative IT resources and offers greater flexibility. Hence, enterprises are shifting from on-premise to cloud ERP. Feature of accessing ERP from mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets would increase adoption of cloud ERP and become more competitive. The overall ERP market in India is expected to grow in the future mainly driven by the cloud ERP adoption among enterprises of all sizes. The cloud ERP market again is mainly driven by the cost advantages and flexibility which it brings to the organization. The SME segment is expected to drive cloud ERP market more than that of large enterprises. The cloud ERP adoption in SME segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 23.9%, whereas large enterprise segment is expected to grow at a CAGR of 27.6% during the forecasted years 2015-2020, respectively.
DNA sequence reduces the information entropy of that sequence. However, at the same time the complexity of information storage is increased : the or- der of nucleotides is responsible for the helix structure, which itself affects the robustness  of the double helix or the accessibility [57, 101] of the DNA sequence for the interaction of organic compounds or inorganic nanomaterials . For example measuring the periodicities of 10-11 bp allow determining the super-coiled state of genomic DNA [107, 65, 71]. Supercoiling illustrates how se- quential information stored in DNA base pairs can be translated into structural information about the DNA molecule. DNA supercoiling strongly affects DNA metabolism and the three-dimensional structure of DNA is essential for its func- tion [53, 4] and has influence on the molecular evolution of genomic DNA . Further, DNA supercoiling is one of the most fundamental regulators of global gene expression in bacteria [122, 121], and was often shown to affect bacterial growth and transcription regulation [36, 132, 131]. Information stored in the non-randomly ordered nucleotide triplets (codons) [3, 138, 64] forms the basis for the genetic code. Only this code allows DNA sequences to be scanned, decoded and interpreted by the translational machinery, to be converted into amino acids in a process that enables relocating inherited information into proteins, another set of elementary biological buildings blocks. The genetic code is perhaps the most illustrative example for the fact that yielding useful informationfrom data always requires a functioning data decoding system. The data stored in a coding region of the DNA is only useful in conjunction with ribosomes decoding the nucleotide sequences, translating it into a sequence of proteins. Interestingly, this information transfer from DNA to protein is highly dynamic. For exam- ple identical proteins can be synthesized with different molecular energies if the same amino acid sequence is encoded by different codons .
• reduce supply of cigarettes to children, including effective enforcement of legislation (with enforcement efforts covered by revenue from retail licence fees). Encourage governments to extend or develop legislation to mandate smoke-free workplaces public places, including outdoor areas such as restricted seating, near air-conditioning intakes and near doorways.
Sustainability of economic systems and businesses models is gaining importance in academic research, public policy and business strategies (Sinkovics, Sinkovics&Yamin, 2014; Soete, 2014; Chataway, Hanlin&Kaplinsky, 2014; Oosterlaken, 2009). Emerging and developing economies are interested in promotion of inclusive entrepreneurship and inclusive entrepreneurship to alleviate poverty through market based economic policies. Emerging literature on Base of Pyramid (BoP) explains this new role of MNEs to partner poor communities in their supply chain network. Competitiveness of firm sector in the wake of globalization is also witnessing greater policy focus in developing and developed economies. MNEs are the focus of policy and research in the areas of BoP and competitiveness due to their central role in global supply chain clusters. MNEs, on the other hand, are also recognizing these developing and emerging economies as their potential target markets. Managers are concerned to align business strategies of MNEs with aspiration of policy makers in host market for effective expansion in these markets. Partnering with local firm through supply chain clusters in host markets is being seen as a useful strategic tool to enhance local embeddedness and internationalization in developing and Least Developing Countries (LDCs) markets (Meyer, Mudambi and Narula, 2011).
This profile is the essential source for top-level industry data and information relating to the Exploration and Production industry in Hungary. It provides asset level information relating to the active and planned oil and gas fields and exploration blocks in Hungary. The profiles of the major companies operating in the upstream industry of Hungary are also included in the report. The latest news and deals pertaining to the sector are also provided and analyzed.
2008) and NIST TAC KBP (McNamee and Dang, 2009) evaluations. Interestingly, the qual- ity of information can often be improved by the fused fact network itself, which can be called as self-boosting of information fusion. For exam- ple, if two GPE entities are involved in a “con- flict-attack” event, then they are unlikely to be connected by a “part-whole” relation; “Mah- moud Abbas” and “Abu Mazen” are likely to be coreferential if they get involved in the same “life-born” event. Some prior work (Ji et al., 2005; Jing et al., 2007) demonstrated the effec- tiveness of using semantic relations to improve entity coreference resolution; while (Downey et al., 2005; Sutton and McCallum, 2004; Finkel et al., 2005; Mann, 2007) experimented with in- formation fusion of relations across multiple documents. The TextRunner system (Banko et al., 2007) can collapse and compress redundant facts extracted from multiple documents based on coreference resolution (Yates and Etzioni, 2009), semantic similarity computation and nor- malization.
This profile is the essential source for top-level industry data and information relating to the Exploration and Production industry in Malaysia. It provides asset level information relating to the active and planned oil and gas fields and exploration blocks in Malaysia. The profiles of the major companies operating in the upstream industry of Malaysia are also included in the report. The latest news and deals pertaining to the sector are also provided and analyzed.
Besides, systematic research scarcely exists on the African continent and there is a call for more research (Egri and Ralston, 2008; Kolk and Lenfant, 2012) as micro enterprises development in the BoP market is relevant (Chandy and Narasimhan, 2011). Sub-Saharan Africa is crucial for this research, particularly Ghana, as MNCs use their strength to influence the marketplace (Chirango et al., 2011; Boso, Story, and Cadogan, 2013). However, less is written about MNCs' interactions with the local microbusiness in the BoP literature. In addition, the local microbusiness in this market perform an important role as most (in the retail sector) earn their livelihood by selling a range of consumer products made by the MNCs (Woodward et al., 2014; Dowuona-Hammond and Atuguba, 2008). Furthermore, the country has a well-developed foreign private business sector with historical links to the poor. Some scholars (Chirango et al., 2011; Boso, Story, and Cadogan, 2013) suggest that rapid economic growth rates were experienced by Ghana and this stemmed from direct market-based activities of private business sectors that were enabled by the policies of consecutive Ghanaian governments. This was possible as the country shows a steady democratic practice and the rule of law that provided active investor assurance in the sub-region (OECD, 2008).
Description: The Home Security Solutions Market report provides an analysis of the global home security solution market for the period 2013–2022, wherein the period from 2015 to 2022 comprises the forecast period and 2014 is the base year. Data for 2012 and 2013 are provided as historical information. The report covers all the prevalent trends and technologies playing a major role in the growth of the home security solution market over the forecast period. It also highlights various drivers, restraints, and opportunities expected to influence the market growth during the said period.
DOI: 10.4236/ojpp.2019.94031 509 Open Journal of Philosophy Finally, we shall consider the relationship between information and the second law of thermodynamics. Figure 1 shows an example of an irreversible process in an insulating container. Left side of Figure 1 shows the initial state. A heated stone and a block of ice are in an insulating container. Heat will be trans- ferred from the heated stone to the block of ice through the air. Right side of Figure 1 shows the final state. Ice melts into water and the system reaches ther- mal equilibrium. The air, the water and the stone are at the same temperature. This process is irreversible in the closed system. However, it is not always irre- versible in the open system. If the initial state is recorded in detail, we can re- store the system using energy. Firstly, after thermal equilibrium is reached, we open the insulating container. Next, we pick up the stone and heat it. Next, we transfer the water to a suitable container and place it in the freezer. After waiting for a while, we will get again the heated stone and the block of ice. Therefore, if we have information about the initial state and enough energy, we can restore the initial state from equilibrium. That is, we can keep order using energy and information in an open system.
This market is segmented on the basis of industry verticals such as banking and financial services, insurance (BFSI), healthcare, environment and government, consumer goods and retail, manufacturing, transportation and logistics, travel and hospitality, telecommunication and information and technology (IT), media and entertainment, sports, energy and utilities, oil and gas, and others.