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Terms of use for online access to the Infotherm database

Terms of use for online access to the Infotherm database

qualification of the database and its contents. Copyright laws apply even if the creativity level stipulated by §§ 2 to 4, 69a Sec. 3 of these laws is not achieved. The same applies to the performance protection rights of the database manufacturer (WIS) as per § 87 b of the

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MICROSOFT HOLOLENS ONLINE STORE TERMS OF USE AND SALE

MICROSOFT HOLOLENS ONLINE STORE TERMS OF USE AND SALE

Through the Microsoft HoloLens Store, Microsoft provides you with access to a variety of resources, including the Website, and information about Microsoft HoloLens (collectively "Services"). The Services, including any updates, enhancements, new features, and/or the addition of any new Web properties, are subject to these Terms of Use and Sale ("Terms of Use and Sale" or "Contract"). By using the Website, purchasing products and services from the Microsoft HoloLens Store or using any Services, you accept and agree to these Terms of Use and Sale, Microsoft's Privacy Statement (see the PRIVACY AND PROTECTION OF PERSONAL INFORMATION section below), and applicable terms and conditions, policies or disclaimers found in the Microsoft HoloLens Store or referenced herein and accessible through the related hyperlinks (collectively the "Microsoft HoloLens Store Policies"). We encourage you to read the Microsoft HoloLens Store Policies carefully. YOU MAY NOT USE THE MICROSOFT HOLOLENS STORE OR SERVICES IF YOU DO NOT AGREE TO THE MICROSOFT HOLOLENS STORE POLICIES. Terms Relating to Your Use of the Microsoft HoloLens Store
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Ally Demand Note Online Services Terms of Use

Ally Demand Note Online Services Terms of Use

The Demand Note Website and the Demand Note Online Services are offered to you subject to your agreement to these Terms of Use and the Demand Note Prospectus. By accessing the Demand Note Online Services you agree to be bound by the Terms of Use, as may be amended from time to time. You agree that you will not use the Demand Note Website or the Demand Note Online Service: (i) in an unlawful way or to conduct unlawful transactions; (ii) in any way that may cause harm or create liability for Ally; (iii) in any way that impairs the Demand Note Website; or (iv) in a way that interferes with any party’s access, use or enjoyment of the Demand Note Website. Ally reserves, in its sole discretion, the right to suspend or terminate your access to and use of the Online Service in accordance with these Terms of Use.
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ROLLSTONE BANK & TRUST BUSINESS ONLINE BANKING AGREEMENT

ROLLSTONE BANK & TRUST BUSINESS ONLINE BANKING AGREEMENT

Business Online Banking access is available over the Internet. You can access Business Online Banking from the Business Online Banking login page on our Web site once your Account has been activated. No additional software is required for Internet access to Business Online Banking. When you login to our Web site, you are requesting Internet access to your accounts and are agreeing to the terms of this Agreement. You are also agreeing that any communication from us to you, including any disclosures or other information required to be delivered in writing under applicable law, may be delivered to you in electronic form, and that such electronic communication shall be in lieu of written communication. This includes electronic delivery of change in terms notices affecting your use of Business Online Banking.
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TERMS OF WEBSITE USE FOR DISTRIBUTORS' USE OF 1. The following is the glossary of terms used in these terms of website use:

TERMS OF WEBSITE USE FOR DISTRIBUTORS' USE OF 1. The following is the glossary of terms used in these terms of website use:

You must not misuse our site in any way, including in the manner described in the acceptable use policy and the brand guidelines policy. You must not misuse our site by knowingly introducing viruses, trojans, worms, logic bombs or other material which is malicious or technologically harmful. You must not attempt to gain unauthorised access to our site, the server on which our site is stored or any server, computer or database connected to our site. You must not attack our site via a denial-of-service attack or a distributed denial-of service attack.
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EcoIntense EcoWebDesk SaaS Terms of Use ( ) Page 1 of 7. Terms of Use for the Online Use of EcoWebDesk as a SaaS Solution

EcoIntense EcoWebDesk SaaS Terms of Use ( ) Page 1 of 7. Terms of Use for the Online Use of EcoWebDesk as a SaaS Solution

2.6 EcoIntense shall use security programs, such as virus scanners and firewalls, in order to prevent unauthorised access to the client's data and the transmission of harm- ful data, in particular viruses, as far as is possible with reasonable economic and technical effort. However, the Client is aware that complete protection against damag- ing data and unauthorised access to the data of the client is not possible. If a hazard cannot be eliminated in an- other technically and economically reasonable and promising manner, EcoIntense is entitled to delete that data of the client which includes damaged contents. EcoIntense shall notify the client thereof. The client is solely responsible for compliance with commercial and tax-related retention periods.
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Selecting query terms to build a specialised corpus from a restricted access database

Selecting query terms to build a specialised corpus from a restricted access database

Further support for the addition of relevant query terms comes from the methodology to be used in the data analysis. The analysis involves the examina- tion of the collocations and resulting lexical networks of the core terms refu- gee(s) and asylum seeker(s), and the interrelations in meaning/use that they may reveal. Arguably, these interrelations will potentially become clearer if the study could also take into account the collocational patterns and lexical networks of the related terms. For example, terrorism registers as a very strong key word when two sample corpora drawn from the database using the core query are compared to the written BNC Sampler. 4 That is, terrorism seems to be strongly associated with topics related to the terms refugee(s) or asylum seeker(s), or, at the very least, to be present in texts containing one or both of these core query terms. It would be helpful, therefore, to examine what other terms (i.e. entities, concepts, states or processes) terrorism tends to be associated with in the corpus. Another example is the case of asylum. As one of the groups in focus is those who seek asylum, it seems beneficial to examine its collocational networks in the corpus to be constructed, in order to examine possible links between its dif- ferent uses. These relations can, of course, also be examined in a representative general corpus, but there are also arguments for examining such associations within the same corpus. The collocational relations established within the speci- alised corpus can yield additional insights, as they would reveal the use of the term terrorism not in a diverse (albeit representative) range of genres and text types, but in the same clearly specified range of texts in which the associations of the core terms themselves were also established (see McEnery 2006). To put it simply, the associations would be compared against the same background.
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Prominent Terms of a Database Licensing Agreement for the Protection of Database Producer

Prominent Terms of a Database Licensing Agreement for the Protection of Database Producer

“…The licensee is granted a limited license to access and use for research purposes the data available from time to time. All research shall be directly connected to educational activities of the licensee. Any other use of the data is prohibited. This license includes: (a) the right to electronically display is retrieved from the service to no more than one person at a time (no dissemination or redistribution via electronic bulletin boards, e mail, intranets, the Internet or similar electronic medium). However displaying the results to multiple parties for purposes of classroom instruction is allowable. (b) The right to download an insubstantial number of documents retrieved from the service and stores them in machine- readable form, primarily for one person’s exclusive use, and (c) the right to print documents retrieved from the service…”
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<p>Use of an online medical database for clinical decision-making processes: assessment of knowledge, attitude, and practice of oral health care providers</p>

<p>Use of an online medical database for clinical decision-making processes: assessment of knowledge, attitude, and practice of oral health care providers</p>

The lack of real-time availability of the necessary information at the point of patient care delivery is an obstacle faced by health care providers in developing countries. The lack of familiarity with use of computer- ized information technology and often limited internet access hinder health care providers from taking advan- tage of online medical resources and hence likely impair the clinical decision-making process. 4 With various communicable and noncommunicable diseases on the rise in developing countries, dental and medical health care providers must continuously seek current knowl- edge related to the diagnosis and management of these conditions. By using current online dental and medical resources, physicians and oral health professionals are likely to improve their clinical decision-making pro- cesses to provide better patient care. 5 The online med- ical database tools facilitate health care workers to make better-informed clinical decisions in a shorter period of time resulting in more accurate diagnosis and more effective treatment of the patient. 6
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Online Banking Terms & Conditions

Online Banking Terms & Conditions

Online Banking provides an additional level of security in situations where the system detects an activity or event that may need additional verification. In these situations, you will be prompted to use a security code delivered to you by phone or text message., Your User ID and Password (and or one-time code, if applicable) allow you secure access to Online Banking. You are responsible for all transactions and other activities that occur or are undertaken using your User ID and Password including those transactions and activities that may be conducted by anyone other than you logging in to Online Banking with your credentials. You are responsible for keeping your User ID and Password confidential, not disclosing, information or codes to others, and for ensuring that you have logged out of Online Banking when your session is complete to prevent unauthorized persons from accessing your information. You agree that you will be the only user of your User ID and Password, and that you will not transfer or disclose any of this information to any other person, and that you will be responsible for all use of Online Banking and any fees associated with use of other services accessed through your account whether authorized by you or not. Use maximum caution in protecting your User ID, Password, and one-time security codes from disclosure to anyone else. If you share your User ID, Password and/or codes with people who are not owners on your Account, you are authorizing that person to act on your behalf and we may accept any
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Access NAMES Computerized Database

Access NAMES Computerized Database

This product was developed by the University of Arkansas Cooperative Extension Service. The purpose of the product is to provide assistance to Extension clientele that is consistent with the objectives set forth by the Cooperative Extension Service. Resale of this product or use of it for purposes other than its intended use is strictly prohibited.

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iseries Access for Web V5R2 and WebSphere Host Publisher V4.0

iseries Access for Web V5R2 and WebSphere Host Publisher V4.0

IBM Infoprint Server is a separately purchased product that gives iSeries Access for Web users the ability to create full text PDF files that deliver document fidelity, while preserving the ability to navigate through the text of the document. If you have IBM Infoprint Server installed, iSeries Access for Web automatically detects and uses it. If you do not have IBM Infoprint Server installed, the individual pages of the spooled file are converted into images. These images become the pages of the output PDF document. You cannot edit or search for content in any of these pages.
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GCSE Database Projects in Access

GCSE Database Projects in Access

The query above would find all albums by Bob Dylan or The Beatles. The Artist Name field has been selected from the Artists Table and the Criteria have been entered. Close the query down and save it. Use a sensible name like “Albums by Bob Dylan or The Beatles”. Run the query.

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Database Deductive Access Control

Database Deductive Access Control

Some others‘ work is also closely related to this issue although not directly intended to solve the specific problem. Dobkin et al. were among the earliest researchers working on secure database against malicious users‘ inference [16, 17]. A precise model about how attackers combined queries to infer sensitive information from database was presented in [16], although no complete counter measure was proposed. Sicherman et al. proposed a model which answered queries without revealing secrets by refusing to answer some certain questions [18]. Their model was rather theoretical and general, and ―lacked of finiteness conditions‖. The model was quite secure but sometimes overkilling since it might simply refuse the whole query when it detected anything insecure, and it was difficult to implement. Toland et al. Analyzed the problem [19,20,21] and a remarkable model called dynamic disclosure monitor was described by them in [19,20]. This model maintained a history database and formed an index on it to store users‘ knowledge and therefore to resist inference attacks. The model was ―sound and complete‖, but it ―unnecessarily examined the entire history database in computing inferences‖ [19].
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“Not just dogs, but rabid dogs”: tensions and conflicts amongst research volunteers in Malawi

“Not just dogs, but rabid dogs”: tensions and conflicts amongst research volunteers in Malawi

Data collection began with a one-day participatory workshop (PW), conducted to solicit broad ideas about how community representatives understood and experienced their dual role as key informants and representatives of the community. MP (research assistant) and RS (senior community liaison officer at the time) co-facilitated the work- shop, designed in such a way that issues could be explored freely and in the partici- pants’ own terms. MP previously worked on a qualitative longitudinal study that had recruited participants from HitTB and was familiar with the intervention trial. During this time, he had frequently interacted with the study communities during interviews and focus group discussions, and particularly with both CCs and CRs, who had always helped him with the recruitment of study participants. The rapport previously built between MP and the communities prior to his role in this study proved invaluable since participants felt free to discuss their experiences of the inter- vention trial openly with him.
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Medication for the Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder

Medication for the Treatment of Alcohol Use Disorder

Between DSM-IV and DSM-5 “In May 2013, the American Psychiatric Association issued the 5th edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-5). Although there is considerable overlap between DSM-5 and DSM-IV, the prior edition, there are several important differences: DSM–IV described two distinct disorders, alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence, with specific criteria for each. DSM-5 integrates the two DSM-IV disorders, alcohol abuse and alcohol dependence, into a single disorder called alcohol use disorder (AUD) with mild, moderate, and severe subclassifications. Under DSM-5, anyone meeting any two of the 11 criteria during the same 12-month period would receive a diagnosis of AUD. The severity of an AUD— mild, moderate, or severe—is based on the number of criteria met:
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In-School Children’s Internet Use Competence And Access To Online Materials In Nigeria

In-School Children’s Internet Use Competence And Access To Online Materials In Nigeria

A popular use of the internet for children is playing games (Hammer and Black, 2009); Van Deventer and White (2002), observed proficient 10 and 11 year old video gamers and noted extremely high levels of self-monitoring, pattern recognition and visual memory. Debell and Chapman (2006), concluded that internet use promotes cognitive development in children specifically in the area of visual intelligence where certain computer activities, particularly games may enhance the ability to monitor several visual stimuli at once, to read diagrams, recognize icons and visualize spatial relationships. Playing video games however has also been linked to childhood distractibility, over arousal, hostility and aggression (Anderson, Gentile and Buckley, 2007).
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USE OF THE DEA METHOD TO VERIFY THE PERFORMANCE MODEL FOR HOSPITALS

USE OF THE DEA METHOD TO VERIFY THE PERFORMANCE MODEL FOR HOSPITALS

Hospitals are the critical resource units in any healthcare system. They consume the majority of health resources and play the most crucial role in the delivery of healthcare services (Ersoy et al., 1997). Hospitals worldwide are increasingly the subject of analyses aimed at defi ning, measuring, and improving their performance. Development and use of a performance assessment framework for hospitals are considered as an effective way to ensure effective, high-quality service delivery and to identify unmet health needs, mobilise resources for improvement and achieve greater cost-effectiveness, while still meeting patient needs (Leggat et al., 1998). This increasing interest in measuring their productive performance has been observed since the mid- 1980s (Hollingsworth et al., 1999).
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Attempt to use the SWATREZ and UNDYS models for the simulation of ground water pollution in agrosystems irrigated by municipal sewage

Attempt to use the SWATREZ and UNDYS models for the simulation of ground water pollution in agrosystems irrigated by municipal sewage

A full description of the equation presented is given by Maciejewski [7] and the use of the UNDYS program model of transformation of Nitrogen compounds is given by Richter [8]. The UNDYS model gives the numerical solution of hydrodynamics dispersion equation for the top boundary condition as an assumed concentration or mass supplied on the ground surface. The bottom boundary is described by the assumed concentration or ideal inter-mixed condition. The results obtained include the dynamic distribution of Nitro- gen concentration in the soil profile.

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chapter5_db_security.pdf

chapter5_db_security.pdf

access control systems, and database encryption. access control systems, and database encryption[r]

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