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Facilitating evolution during design and implementation

Facilitating evolution during design and implementation

Via the product name Agilium it has been sold by M1i into the retail, finance and manufacturing sectors of European industry, for use in the area of Business Process Management (BPM) (see figure 3). Agilium used the CRISTAL kernel for workflow and process traceability, and also for the integration and co-operation of multiple business processes – especially in business-to-business applications. The M1i product enables business processes to be harmonised and orchestrated in operation using a CRISTAL database. It tracks their workflows and integrates multiple potentially heterogeneous processes, such as order processing, stock control, sales management and business logistics thus providing enterprise-wide data and information management. This has found application in real-world industrial contexts, for example the systems used by Nexcis for photovoltaic cell production, by the Ville de Lyon (France) for managing its purchasing /ordering and operational procedures, and by the STTS specialist aerospace painting/sealing for managing its internal business process controls. In particular Agilium enables these customers to trace their data across applications and to adapt to system evolution with little or no disruption to their live systems.
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Design and Implementation of Convolution Encoder and Viterbi Decoder

Design and Implementation of Convolution Encoder and Viterbi Decoder

Abstract - Data transmissions over wireless channels are affected by attenuation, distortion, interference and noise, which affect the receiver’s ability to receive correct information. Convolution encoding with Viterbi decoding is a powerful method for forward error correction. Convolution encoders and Viterbi decoders play an important role in digital communication especially, when channel is noisy and introduces errors in transmitted signal. The use of re-transmission methods is not efficient and has large latency measure up to the rising speed and data rates of communication links, the need of new techniques arise here to be compatible with those systems. Convolution encoding with forward error correction Viterbi decoding is designed. Implementation parameters for the decoder have been determined through simulation and the decoder should be implemented on a Xilinx FPGA SPARTAN 3E Kit. Verilog HDL language is used as a design entry.
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Design, Modelling and Implementation of Interleaved Boost DC DC Converter

Design, Modelling and Implementation of Interleaved Boost DC DC Converter

The hardware implementation is performed for the designed values and tested. The gate pulses for a duty ratio of 50% and at a frequency of 31 kHz are generated using Arduino Uno Microcontroller. Also from the hardware implementation, it can be seen that the ripple in the total inductor current is reduced by half, which is from 940m of ripple current of conventional boost converter to a peak-to- peak of 400m for the 2-phase IBC.Thus the 2-phase IBC is able to achieve the objectives of reducing the size of the passive components and decreasing the ripple in input current thus achieves a higher efficiency.
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Implementation of Nopal fiber for the design of luminaires

Implementation of Nopal fiber for the design of luminaires

design, using as primordial material the vegetal fiber of nopal. The history of illumination goes back to prehistory where the discovery of fire and the need of man to illuminate the spaces where he lived, looking for forms or objects for that illumination to persist. The way of life of man changed, and the way of obtaining enlightenment did, leaving behind the use of torches, candlesticks, candlesticks, and etcetera. The use and implementation of the materials changed, and in the middle of the XX century was when they began to use diverse materials, like: woods, metals, ceramics, plastics and combinations of these. Being in our days still highly consumable materials, in addition that the technology makes that it is possible to be consumed a smaller amount of energy, offering an excellent quality of illumination.
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Design and Implementation of Liquid Level Detector using Ultrasonic Sensor

Design and Implementation of Liquid Level Detector using Ultrasonic Sensor

A research approach was adopted in the implementation of this system, from whence a workable circuit was designed. The design was done using embedded system technology. This is to reduce component count, keep the system simple and cost effective. . The system is capable of enhancing level measurement and control. The completed work had been tested and worked satisfactory.

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Design and Implementation of Miniature of Rocker Bogie Suspension System

Design and Implementation of Miniature of Rocker Bogie Suspension System

The rocker-bogie suspension design has become a proven mobility application known for its superior vehicle stability and obstacle-climbing capability Following several technology and research rover implementations, system was successfully flown as part of Mars Pathfinder’s Sojourner rover. When the Mars Exploration Rover (MER) Project was first proposed, the use of a rocker-bogie suspension was the obvious choice due to its extensive heritage. The challenge posed by MER was to design a lightweight rocker-bogie suspension that would permit the mobility to stow within the limited space available and deploy into a configuration that the rover could then safely use to egress from the lander and explore the Martian surface .
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Design and implementation of peer gate in 90nm SG technologies and QCA

Design and implementation of peer gate in 90nm SG technologies and QCA

promising future nanotechnology for computing. It takes great advantage of a between electrons. There also exists an alternative a novel design of a Quantum-dot Cellular Automata (QCA) PeersGate (PG) and its simulation. PeersGate (PG) is a reversible logic gates. Reversible logic gates attracting a lot of attention due to their zero power dissipation under ideal conditions. Reversible By the adjustment of electrons in a s implemented by quadratic cells, the so- called QCA cells. In these squares, exactly four potential wells are located, one in each corner of the
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Design and implementation of High performance Montgomery Modular Multiplication on Verilog HDL

Design and implementation of High performance Montgomery Modular Multiplication on Verilog HDL

In many public-key cryptosystems, modular multiplication (MM) with large integers is the most critical and time- consuming operation. Therefore, numerous algorithms and hardware implementation have been presented to carry out the MM more quickly, and Montgomery’s algorithm is one of the most well-known MM algorithms. Montgomery’s algorithm [Montgomery, 1985] determines the quotient only depending on the least significant digit of operands and replaces the complicated division in conventional MM with a series of shifting modular additions to produce S = A × B × R−1 (mod N), where N is the k-bit modulus, R−1 is the inverse of R modulo N, and R = 2k mod N. As a result, it can be easily implemented into VLSI circuits to speed up the encryption / decryption process. However, the three-operand addition in the iteration loop of Montgomery’s algorithm as shown in step 4 of Fig. 1 requires long carry propagation for large operands in binary representation. To solve this problem, several approaches based on carry-save addition were proposed to achieve a significant speedup of Montgomery MM.
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Design and Implementation of Smart Living System using Internet of Things and Robotics

Design and Implementation of Smart Living System using Internet of Things and Robotics

[5]. G. Karthik Reddy, K. Lokesh Achari “A Non- Invasive Method for calculating calories burned during exercise using heart beat” in IEEE sponsored 9th International conference on Intelligent systems and control (ISCO) 2015. [6]. Daniel Santoso, F. Dalu Setiaji “Non – Contact Portable Infrared Thermometer for Rapid Influenza Screening” in 2015 International Conference on Automation, Cognitive Science, Optics

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Design and implementation of a co processor FPGA based numerical relay

Design and implementation of a co processor FPGA based numerical relay

directional and non-directional over current relay model was carried out (Price, 2010; Khederzadeh, 2011). The detail of the MATLAB model of frequency relay was done. Testing of relay for different frequency values was done without paying attention to load shedding for frequency relays (Darwish and Fikri, 2012; Elmore, 2014). TMS320F2812 DSP Kit was used to implement Co-processor numerical relay (CNR). It provided protection to the distribution system against over voltage, under voltage and over-current faults. Over and under frequency faults were not considered. The relays were designed to compare values and trip the circuit breakers. The standards of IEEE inverse time characteristic were not considered. Anolog to digital hardware circuit was used to perform conversion task. In this work, a CNR model is proposed that can provide protection against over voltage, under voltage, over frequency and under frequency various conditions of generation and loads were considered to design the relay. Analysis of the performance of CNR was done using Xilinx ISE 14.4 & synthesis has been performed on model-sim. A standalone PV system was used as a supply for different loading conditions. The prototype was implemented using FPGA experimental kit. The functional generator was used as a generator in the prototype. During any abnormal conditional with respect to current, voltage and frequency, the CNR tripped the circuit breaker. The proposed Co-processor numerical Relay (CNR) offers a wide range of features. Most important feature is that it
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Design and Implementation of Buck Converter a...

Design and Implementation of Buck Converter a...

It will also be seen that there is a smoothing capacitor placed on the output. This serves to ensure that the voltage does not vary appreciable, especially during and switch transition times. It will also be required to smooth any switching spikes that occur.Quasi square wave converter- quasi square wave resonant converter also known as quasi resonant converter allow the design of fly-back The subscript for SMPS with a reduced and an improved efficiency at full load. However as the switching frequency when load decrease the frequency excursion must be limited to avoid additional switching losses.
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Design and implementation of mlearning for calculus in tertiary education

Design and implementation of mlearning for calculus in tertiary education

Using IT in education has become prevalent worldwide. It is believed that IT not only motivates students to learn in class, but also encourages students to take the initiative to explore and inquire subject matters outside classroom by themselves (i.e. independent learning). The Hong Kong Education Bureau offered a series of professional development programmes to principals, vice principals, middle managers as well as teachers who have joined the "Support Scheme for e- Learning in Schools" since April 2014 to 2016/17 school year to further equip schools to implement e-learning. In primary and secondary education, for example, the HKSAR Government (2004) has been giving support to schools for using e-textbooks and e-learning resources during lessons. At tertiary level, other e-learning platforms such as MOODLE and BLACKBOARD have been widely used in different institutions. In recent years, the rapid development of mobile apps has been provided learners with ample opportunities to learn independently. There are various learning apps such as Math Tricks, Complete Mathematics, Mathematics Dictionary, IXL Maths Practice, etc on the market for primary and secondary education; nonetheless, the use of mobile apps in students’ learning of disciplinary subject seems to be new in tertiary level, and its effectiveness in students’ learning is worth investigation. Through this study, the project team hopes to a) explore whether a disciplinary-specific mobile app can help learners to acquire and apply disciplinary knowledge in and beyond classroom, b) identify elements to be included in a mobile app to helps students to learn outside classroom.
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Design and implementation of simple metal detector

Design and implementation of simple metal detector

As described earlier, the basic design of this metal detector is a Induction Balance (IB) design. Although multiple coils can be used for a IB metal detector, the system chosen for this group was a two coil design, for simplicity in design and construction. The circuit composes of three basic blocks. The first block consists of oscillator, driver transistor and transmitter coil. The second block consists of receiver coil, signal amplifier, rectifier and sampling capacitor. The last block is made up of display driver and buzzer for audio visual indication (LED array and buzzer). The block diagram of Simple Metal Detector is shown in Fig. 1.
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Design and implementation of forward error correction in fpga and verfication

Design and implementation of forward error correction in fpga and verfication

The process of transmission mainly includes encoding and modulation. As Communication systems play a major role in the informational revolution, communication systems have reached extremely high data rates. The channel coding is used for this purpose. A redundancy bits are added to ensure that any error occurs during transmission. Channel coding is the most commonly used technique for encoding. One such a coding is Forward Error Correction (FEC). There are two types in FEC which are block codes and convolutional codes. Convolutional codes are widely used in encoders because it is advantageous than other coding technique. IS-95, A Wireless Cellular Standard for CDMA, employs convolution coding which is the part of convolution coding because FEC is suited to a channel in which the transmitted signal is corrupted because of additive white Gaussian noise [1, 2].Hence, in the design of OQPSK transmitter convolutional encoders are used. Convolutional encoder with half the rate of input data stream is designed with varying constraint length condition. Forward Error Correction is proposed in this paper for the OQPSK transmitter. In OQPSK transmitter, convolution encoder if used in FEC for the process of encoding In below section going to discuss about forward error correction, convolutional coding and they operation with constraint length K=3 and K=7.
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Design and implementation of mimo long term evolution advanced to support larger bandwidth

Design and implementation of mimo long term evolution advanced to support larger bandwidth

The specifications of Long Term Evolution (LTE) in 3rd Generation Partnership Project (3GPP) (Release-8) has recently been completed when work began on the new Long Term Evolution- Advanced (LTE-A) standard (Release-9 and beyond). LTE-A meets or exceeds the requirements imposed by International Telecommunication Union (ITU) to Fourth Generation (4G) mobile systems. These requirements were unthinkable a few years ago, but are now a reality. Peak data rates of 1 Gbps with bandwidths of 100 MHz for the downlink, very low latency, more efficient interference management and operational cost reduction are clear examples of why LTE-A is so appealing for operators. Moreover, the quality breakthrough affects not only operators but also end users, who are going to experience standards of quality similar to optical fiber.
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FIRE (facilitating implementation of research evidence) : a study protocol

FIRE (facilitating implementation of research evidence) : a study protocol

Arm Two – Type A facilitation plus standard disse- mination This technical facilitation focuses particularly on addressing issues of implementation at the level of clinical teams, in terms of enabling them to design sys- tems and processes of care that will enhance the transfer of evidence into their day-to-day practice. Type A facili- tation draws on an eclectic range of theories, derived from management science, organisational learning, qual- ity improvement, and humanistic psychology. It adopts a pragmatic approach to implementation, whilst recognis- ing the need to pay attention to task, group, and indivi- dual needs. Individuals are prepared to take on the role of facilitator and are provided with a ‘toolkit’ of methods and techniques that they can use with health care teams to facilitate both the task and the process of implement- ing evidence [41]. This is a 12-month development pro- gramme. Internal facilitators will have 19 days of protected time over the year (this will consist of 10 days to work on the implementation and evaluation of the clinical guidelines; three days residential training; 12 half days for monthly telecommunications support by exter- nal facilitators and self-directed study). External facilita- tors will require 16 days each over the 12 months to fulfil their facilitation role. The external facilitators for Type A facilitation are members of the study team (GH and AK).
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Software Engineering (9th Edition) pdf

Software Engineering (9th Edition) pdf

Although MDA has been in use since 2001, model-based engineering is still at an early stage of development and it is unclear whether or not it will have a significant effect on software engineering practice. The main arguments for and against MDE are: 1. For MDE Model-based engineering allows engineers to think about systems at a high level of abstraction, without concern for the details of their implementa- tion. This reduces the likelihood of errors, speeds up the design and implemen- tation process, and allows for the creation of reusable, platform-independent application models. By using powerful tools, system implementations can be generated for different platforms from the same model. Therefore, to adapt the system to some new platform technology, it is only necessary to write a transla- tor for that platform. When this is available, all platform-independent models can be rapidly rehosted on the new platform.
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Facilitating the Impact Implementation Programme

Facilitating the Impact Implementation Programme

demonstrated that academic researchers, as well as library service managers, found it difficult to engage with the impact of library services. In December 2002 we were invited to facilitate a UK national workshop for members of LIRG and SCONUL. This 24-hour event, Do libraries aid learning? Approaches and methods for measuring impact, was designed for university library managers and was held at Scarborough. Both organisations were sufficiently convinced of the case for doing further work on service impact to commit to organising the programme of research and development that became the Impact Implementation Initiative. This
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Implementation of geriatric assessment and decision support in residential care homes: facilitating and impeding factors during initial and maintenance phase

Implementation of geriatric assessment and decision support in residential care homes: facilitating and impeding factors during initial and maintenance phase

In this course the background and position of the assessment instrument in the Multidisciplinary Inte- grated Care model was explained and the use of the web based version of the interRAI-LTCF was prac- ticed. Special attention was given to designing indivi- dualized care-plans based on the assessments and in sharing this information with the residents or their relatives and other professionals like the family phys- ician. The care organisation appointed a project leader during the implementation for two days a week. A steering committee was installed that initially met two Table 1 Opinion staff and family physicians of intervention homes (n = 5) on multidisciplinary integrated care
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Training programs evaluation for educational supervisors in Oman

Training programs evaluation for educational supervisors in Oman

The training program evaluation method and processes could be considered to be pioneered by Donald Kirkpatrick in the early 1960s. Only then, since the last third of the twentieth century has the field of evaluation been regarded as a distinct profession “the last third of the twentieth century” (Stufflebeam & Shinkfield, 2007, p. 31).Even though the evaluation phase is undoubtedly important Werner and DeSimone (2009) claim that it is an “often underemphasized activity”. Underemphasizing evaluation perhaps is a never ending issue since the field of evaluation was given attention in the 1970s. The field of evaluation, in general, has been made a distinct profession since the 1970s. Nevertheless, hitherto, most organizations regard this field as taxing and it is often ignored. Sims (1993) citing Galagan (1983) states that through a survey done, more than one-third of the American Society of Training and Development (ASTD) members responded that evaluation was the hardest aspect of work. Back in 1993, Sims observed that few reports of actual program evaluation have been published; compared to the number of training programs, few evaluations have been conducted (p. 591). Sims is parallel to Werner and DeSimone’s (2009 ) training and HRD process model where evaluation is set in the final phase of the training process, preceded by needs assessment phase, design phase, and implementation phase. In substantiating this claim, Junaidah (2006, p. 184) stated that “in many organizations evaluation of training either is ignored or is approached in an unconvincing or an unprofessional manner”.
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