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  • Mapping Of Semantic Web Ontology

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    Mapping of Semantic Web Ontology in User Query System Rupali khune Department of Computer Engineering, MMCOE Pune, University of Pune, India rupalikhune@mmcoe.edu.in ABSTRACT The vision of the Semantic Web promises a kind Machine Intelligence, which can support a verity of user tasks like improved search engine or Question Answering (QA). Ontologies are needed for realization of the semantic web, which in turn depends on the ability of system to identify and take advantage of relationships

  • The Importance Of Big Data

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    but they were also containing a lot of information. News reporters were being turned back from documenting the spill and access to the site was being controlled. The Solution? Balloons and Kites. These everyday objects were used to do “Grassroots Mapping”. They captured high resolution, close up imagery. The team was able to capture aerial images to document the spill. People being affected by this environmental hazard were being shut out, but Public Lab provided the tools and techniques anyone interested

  • Crime Mapping : Using Gis And Geographic Information Systems Of University Of Nairobi

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    CRIME MAPPING IN KENYA: USING GIS TO EXAMINE CRIME SITUATION IN ELDORET METROPOLIS By CAROLINE JEPKEMBOI CHEPLONG A RESEARCH CONCEPT NOTE SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFIMENT OF THE DEGREE OF DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY IN GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS OF UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI JULY, 2015 ABSTRACT Technological advancements such as Geospatial Information Systems (GIS) and the Internet have made it easier and affordable to share information, which enables complex and time sensitive decisions

  • Thesis On Talking Head System

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    this speech to an animated talking head having facial expressions and mouth movements.The seminar focuses on an approach that synthesizes ones’ face using a two and half D head model, with the facial expression driven by speech.Such system can be made web enabled to take advantage of streaming technology.Use of lifelike talking heads improves the quality of communication as it makes the communication easy and friendly.he proposed implementation idea behind talking head system is to try to create visible

  • Business Goals Through Effective Community Management

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    The company agrees to the fact that it is important for the company to cater for business goals through effective community management (Da Silveira, 2013) .The positioning of Sainsbury is comparatively plain and it helps the users to quickly scroll through the main menu. The scale of Sainsbury in the realm of operating in retail business is compact; hence this is reflected in the website layout as well. However, position of Sainsbury is not cost effective, since it doesn’t offer interesting discounts

  • Harvard Business Review: 1996: What Is Strategy: Effectiveness And Strategy

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    Micheal E Potter: 1996 (What is Strategy, Harvard Business Review) has define strategy by using five concepts. Each statement can be summarized as below: 1. Operational effectiveness is not strategy. According to M E Potter: 1996 Operational effectiveness and strategy are both essential to chive superior performance, which is the primary goal of any organization. Operational effectiveness is about performing similar activities better than competitors. It refers to any number of practices that allow

  • 3D Model Research Paper

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    Brianne E. Elliott | Project and Portfolio I: 3-D Arts | April 28, 2017 With 3D modeling, I first think about how I am bringing to life something. It is like creating dreams to reality in this virtual world. The 3D models I have created for this class I liked the way with more detail makes the models become more realistic. I do not like when I am creating something and the model or tool I am using is coming out the way or doing what I want it to do, and trying to figure out how to fix what it is

  • Design Model For Curriculum Planning

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    engages learners and sets the foundation for success. Heidi Hayes Jacobs believes that a good curriculum sets the path for students to take (Laureate Education, n.d.). The process of curriculum mapping helps to ensure that learning is cohesive and beneficial to the individual needs of our students. Curriculum mapping provides the foundation and vision of learning. Once that foundation is set, it is up to the teacher to bring each individual lesson to life in a way that will truly impact students. Developing

  • Error Code 6177 Seek Instant Solution

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    QuickBooks Error Code 6177 Seek Instant Solution By Robert Dev | Submitted On February 04, 2016 Recommend Article Article Comments Print Article Share this article on Facebook Share this article on Twitter Share this article on Google+ Share this article on Linkedin Share this article on StumbleUpon Share this article on Delicious Share this article on Digg Share this article on Reddit Share this article on Pinterest Expert Author Robert Dev Looking for an easy way to get your accounting

  • It286 R3 Appendix E 2 Essay

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    Power down the DSL or cable modem box. Check whether other computers on the network have a similar problem. Release and renew the PC’s IP address. Power down the router. Power up the router. Power up the DSL or cable modem box. Part 3: Network Drive Mapping Jennifer is using her new laptop computer for the first time and asks you for help. She cannot connect to her local file server. She is accustomed to seeing the file server as Drive K in Windows® Explorer. The file server is named File_Server, and

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