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  • Marketing research is the systematic procedure used to gather, record, and analyze new information to help managers make decision about the marketing of goods and services. The many tpes of information gathered can help marketers recruit, retain, and regain customers. The results of research help define the product concept, select the target market, and develop the primary advertising message elements. Pretesting helps detect and eliminate weaknesses before a campaign runs.

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  • This paper discusses research on distinguishing word meanings in the context of information retrieval systems. We conducted experiments with three sources of evidence for making these distinctions: morphology, part-of-speech, and phrases. We have focused on the distinction between h o m o n y m y and polysemy (unrelated vs. related meanings). Our results support the need to distinguish h o m o n y m y and p o l y semy. We found: 1) grouping morphological variants makes a significant improvement in retrieval performance, 2) that more than half of all words in a dictionary that differ...

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  • As part of its new Digital Government program, the National Science Foundation (NSF) requested that the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board (CSTB) undertake an in-depth study of how information technology research and development could more effectively support advances in the use of information technology (IT) in government.

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  • Conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP (“PwC”) on an ongoing basis, with results released quarterly, the “IAB Internet Advertising Revenue Report” was initiated by the Interactive Advertising Bureau (IAB) in 1996. This report utilizes data and information reported directly to PwC, publicly available online corporate data and information provided by online ad selling companies.

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  • In this paper, with a belief that a language model that embraces a larger context provides better prediction ability, we present two extensions to standard n-gram language models in statistical machine translation: a backward language model that augments the conventional forward language model, and a mutual information trigger model which captures long-distance dependencies that go beyond the scope of standard n-gram language models.

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  • As part of its new Digital Government program, the National Science Foundation (NSF) requested that the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board (CSTB) undertake an in-depth study of how information technology research and development could more effectively support advances in the use of information technology in government.

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  • In this paper, we present a method for guessing POS tags of unknown words using local and global information. Although many existing methods use only local information (i.e. limited window size or intra-sentential features), global information (extra-sentential features) provides valuable clues for predicting POS tags of unknown words. We propose a probabilistic model for POS guessing of unknown words using global information as well as local information, and estimate its parameters using Gibbs sampling.

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  • As the amount of on-line scientific literature in the biomedical domain increases, automatic processing has become a promising approach for accelerating research. We are applying syntactic parsing trained on the general domain to identify proteinprotein interactions. One of the main difficulties obstructing the use of language processing is the prevalence of specialized terminology. Accordingly, we have created a specialized dictionary by compiling on-line glossaries, and have applied it for information extraction.

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  • The content chapter 5 include: Access control models, authentication models, logging procedures, conducting security audits, redundancy planning, disaster recovery procedures, organizational policies.

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  • Chapter 5 - Ethical concerns in research. This chapter includes contents: Historical perspective on ethics, ethical standards for the protection of research participants, basic principles of belmont report, informed consent, protecting vulnerable subjects,...

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  • Chapter 7 - Reading and evaluating research reports. This chapter includes contents: Disclosure of research findings, typical contents of research report, preliminary information, methods section, functions of discussion section, references & appendix,...

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  • In this chapter, you will learn: To understand the basic types of system development and the reasons for system development; to gain an appreciation and understanding of a typical system development life cycle; to identify and define the essential elements of system planning, systems analysis and system design; to acquire the ability to conduct a system needs/requirements analysis; to be able to apply the principles of conflict resolution in a system development environment.

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  • Chapter 10 - The business of reports: Informal and formal report writing. In this chapter, the following content will be discussed: The business of reports, purposes of reports, conduct research and collect data, types of problems, primary data collection methods.

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  • The Internet is now a household term in many countries. With otherwise serious people beginning to joyride along the Information Superhighway, computer networking seems to be moving toward the status of TV sets and microwave ovens. The Internet has unusually high media coverage, and social science majors are descending on Usenet newsgroups, online virtual reality environments, and the Web to conduct research on the new "Internet Culture."

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  • Local program staff must inform the customer at the time of participation about the importance of satisfying customers and the possibility of being contacted for information on his or her experience with the services. The interview should be limited to 15 minutes or less. A minimum of five follow-up attempts is required, involving various times of the day before closing the record.

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  • The importance of customer relationship management as source of competitive advantages has been recognized for decades (McKenna, 1993; Woodcock, 2000), nevertheless, it has been in recent years, with the deployment of the information technologies, when CRM has gained growing popularity.

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  • Heat transfer is a fundamental part of thermal engineering. It is the science of the rules governing the transfer of heat between systems of different temperatures. In thermodynamics, the heat transferred from one system to its surroundings is assumed as a given process parameter. This assumption does not give any information on how the heat is transferred and which rules determine the quantity of the transferred heat. Heat transfer describes the dependencies of the heat transfer rate from a corresponding temperature difference and other physical conditions....

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  • During the last years, spectacular progress has been made in all aspects of heat transfer. Heat transfer is a branch of engineering science and technology that deals with the analysis of the rate of transfer thermal energy. Its fundamental modes are conduction, convection, radiation, convection vs. conduction and mass transfer. It has a broad application to many diff erent branches of science, technology and industry, ranging from biological, medical and chemical systems, to common practice of thermal engineering (e.g.

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  • This is an exciting time for professionals associated with physical activity and the health professions. We have seen a substantial increase in the amount and type of research being conducted. Qualitative research has grown in popularity and has gained respect as a viable method of answering important research questions. Despite its broad appeal and inclusion in many disciplines, however, qualitative research often has an ethereal or mystical feel to it, particularly for those practitioners with strong roots in physical activity and the health professions.

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  • Energy is defined as the capacity of a substance to do work. It is a property of the substance and it can be transferred by interaction of a system and its surroundings. The student would have encountered these interactions during the study of Thermodynamics. However, Thermodynamics deals with the end states of the processes and provides no information on the physical mechanisms that caused the process to take place. Heat Transfer is an example of such a process. A convenient definition of heat transfer is energy in transition due to temperature differences.

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