Collecting information

Xem 1-20 trên 474 kết quả Collecting information
  • Lectures "Marketing management - Chapter 3: Collecting information and forecasting demand" provides students with the knowledge: Components of a modern marketing, information system, internal records, marketing intelligence, analyzing the macroenvironment, forecasting and demand measurement. Invite you to refer to the disclosures.

    pdf42p doinhugiobay_13 26-01-2016 11 2   Download

  • Chapter 3 - Collecting information and forecasting demand. After studying this chapter you will be able to understand: What are the components of a modern marketing information system? What are useful internal records for such a system? What makes up a marketing intelligence system? What are some influential macroeconomic developments? How can companies accurately measure and forecast demand?

    ppt28p allbymyself_08 22-02-2016 9 4   Download

  • This book is about Java's support for dealing with groups of data. Prior to the Java 2 release, the only standard support for data structures and algorithms was a few fairly basic options available through arrays, hash tables, and vectors. Many people either created their own standard data structure library or reused one of several libraries introduced to deal with collections like the Generic Collection Library for Java (JGL) from ObjectSpace.

    pdf295p stumble 21-05-2009 199 82   Download

  • Information management is vital for today’s businesses. It requires significant investment and supports critical business processes. With the proliferation of the information economy and information systems, effective information management determines success of virtually every business operation. Obtaining business value from vast amount of information collected by businesses is no longer only a technological challenge. The choice of decision making tools and information solutions rests with the business, as well as with IT managers....

    pdf83p tuanloc_do 03-12-2012 41 10   Download

  • Versatile collection of books on digital arrays, PHP, Script. Teach Yourself PHP In 10 Minutes (2005), Teach Yourself Regular Expressions In 10 Minutes (2004), The OpenBSD 4.0 Crash Course (2007), XML languages, Windows Registry Guide 2003. Both books were written mostly in English. The book will be the first of your fellow path programming. Ebook includes 176 part.

    pdf6p blackmare 06-12-2010 56 7   Download

  • Computer processing is performed by transistors, which are switches with only two possible states: on and off. All computer data is converted to a series of binary numbers– 1 and 0. For example, you see a sentence as a collection of letters, but the computer sees each letter as a collection of 1s and 0s.

    ppt37p trada85 18-01-2013 27 6   Download

  • ...Information Security FUNDAMENTALS Copyright 2005 by CRC Press, LLC. All Rights Reserved. .OTHER INFORMATION SECURITY BOOKS FROM AUERBACH Asset Protection and Security Management Handbook POA Publishing ISBN: 0-8493-1603-0 Building a Global Information Assurance Program Raymond J. Curts and Douglas E. Campbell ISBN: 0-8493-1368-6 Building an Information Security Awareness Program Mark B. Desman ISBN: 0-8493-0116-5 Critical Incident Management Alan B.

    pdf262p bookstore_1 10-01-2013 49 5   Download

  • Data can be defined as the quantitative or qualitative values of a variable. Data is plural of Datum which literally means to give or something given. Data is thought to be the lowest unit of information from which other measurements and analysis can be done. Data can be numbers, images, words, figures, facts or ideas. Data in itself cannot be understood and to get information from the data one must interpret it into meaningful information. There are various methods of interpreting data. Data sources are broadly classified into primary and secondary data....

    doc7p dinhlovetrang 19-03-2013 29 4   Download

  • Ebook introduction to your collection Add biggest software updates on web pages of information technology. Most of the software mentioned in the ebook were brought usefulness. You will feel good about the software introduction ebook Ebook includes 105 part

    pdf4p socolamandm 09-11-2010 42 4   Download

  • The proliferation of social-networks on the Internet, has allowed companies to collect information about social-network users and their social relationships. Social networks like MySpace, Facebook, and Orkut allow us to determine who is acquainted with whom, how frequently they interact online, what interests they have in common, etc. Users are spending increasing amounts of time on social network websites. For instance, a recent survey [11] that ranks websites based on ‘average time spent by a user’, identifies MySpace and Facebook among the top 10 websites.

    pdf0p doiroimavanchuadc 06-02-2013 27 3   Download

  • Malware: software designed to infiltrate or damage a computer system without the owner's informed consent Spyware: software designed to intercept or take partial control over the user's interaction with the computer, without the user's informed consent secretly monitors the user's behavior collect various types of personal information

    pdf33p trinhvietnambk 29-05-2013 24 3   Download

  • Ebook introduction to your collection Add biggest software updates on web pages of information technology. Most of the software mentioned in the ebook were brought usefulness. You will feel good about the software introduction ebook Ebook includes 105 partPHP Code: .iso.part22.rar.html .iso.part21.rar.html .iso.part23.rar.html http://rapidshare.

    pdf5p socolamandm 09-11-2010 31 3   Download

  • We present a novel approach to Information Presentation (IP) in Spoken Dialogue Systems (SDS) using a data-driven statistical optimisation framework for content planning and attribute selection. First we collect data in a Wizard-of-Oz (WoZ) experiment and use it to build a supervised model of human behaviour. This forms a baseline for measuring the performance of optimised policies, developed from this data using Reinforcement Learning (RL) methods.

    pdf10p hongdo_1 12-04-2013 13 2   Download

  • This paper explores approaches to sentiment classification of U.S. Congressional floordebate transcripts. Collective classification techniques are used to take advantage of the informal citation structure present in the debates. We use a range of methods based on local and global formulations and introduce novel approaches for incorporating the outputs of machine learners into collective classification algorithms. Our experimental evaluation shows that the mean-field algorithm obtains the best results for the task, significantly outperforming the benchmark technique. ...

    pdf10p hongdo_1 12-04-2013 18 2   Download

  • User generated content is characterized by short, noisy documents, with many spelling errors and unexpected language usage. To bridge the vocabulary gap between the user’s information need and documents in a specific user generated content environment, the blogosphere, we apply a form of query expansion, i.e., adding and reweighing query terms. Since the blogosphere is noisy, query expansion on the collection itself is rarely effective but external, edited collections are more suitable.

    pdf9p hongphan_1 14-04-2013 20 2   Download

  • Sentiment classification is the task of labeling a review document according to the polarity of its prevailing opinion (favorable or unfavorable). In approaching this problem, a model builder often has three sources of information available: a small collection of labeled documents, a large collection of unlabeled documents, and human understanding of language. Ideally, a learning method will utilize all three sources. To accomplish this goal, we generalize an existing procedure that uses the latter two.

    pdf7p bunbo_1 17-04-2013 16 2   Download

  • An easy way of translating queries in one language to the other for cross-language information retrieval (IR) is to use a simple bilingual dictionary. Because of the generalpurpose nature of such dictionaries, however, this simple method yields a severe translation ambiguity problem. This paper describes the degree to which this problem arises in Korean-English cross-language IR and suggests a relatively simple yet effective method for disambiguation using mutual information statistics obtained only from the target document collection. ...

    pdf7p bunrieu_1 18-04-2013 5 2   Download

  • 60 years old (the new 40) in 2012 -- raised in Caribbean, Latin America, and Asia including Viet-Nam as the son of an oil engineer.

    pdf648p konbetocroi 03-01-2013 23 1   Download

  • Previous work on classifying information status (Nissim, 2006; Rahman and Ng, 2011) is restricted to coarse-grained classification and focuses on conversational dialogue. We here introduce the task of classifying finegrained information status and work on written text. We add a fine-grained information status layer to the Wall Street Journal portion of the OntoNotes corpus.

    pdf10p nghetay_1 07-04-2013 14 1   Download

  • This paper brings a marriage of two seemly unrelated topics, natural language processing (NLP) and social network analysis (SNA). We propose a new task in SNA which is to predict the diffusion of a new topic, and design a learning-based framework to solve this problem. We exploit the latent semantic information among users, topics, and social connections as features for prediction. Our framework is evaluated on real data collected from public domain.

    pdf5p nghetay_1 07-04-2013 26 1   Download


Đồng bộ tài khoản