Building rating system

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  • This paper introduces the building method of loosely coupled GPS/INS integrated navigation system. The Euler angles estimation and the velocity constraints are used to improve accuracy. We use MATLAB/Simulink software to simulate and analyze data. The experimental system is built on a low-cost IMU with tri-axis gyroscope, accelerometer and magnetometer and a GPS module to verify the model algorithm. The update rate of the integrated system is equal to the INS rate of 100 Hz and the rate of GPS is 10 Hz.

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  • The entitlements of women farmers will be the key to improve agriculture productivity, It said, even as it noted that there is an increasing number of women in multiple roles in agriculture sector, as cultivators entrepreneurs and laborers. Alongside, it is focusing on women self – help groups to connect them to micro credit through capacity building activities and to provide information and ensure their representation in decision-making bodies. “Rural women are responsible for the integrated management and use to diverse natural resources to meet the daily household needs.

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  • The goal is to pump 15 m3/day of water to cover the student services building needs. The test after installation showed that the pumping flow rate of 0.2 L/sec has been achieved; this result shows that the designed and manufactured wind pumping system can pump more than the record which allows storage of water.

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  • Ten (10) informatics platforms were selected for case study, while 40 structured questionnaires was used to collate respondents data as related to on the critical factors that influences the effective use of system usability test on ICT Informatics platform and parameters for newly generated Icon functionality rating scale(IRS). A new test protocol was designed that could be used for carrying out Icon functionality rating evaluation tagged”IRS”.

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  • Channel coding is a fundamental building block in any communications system. High performance codes, with low complexity encoding and decoding are a must-have for future wireless systems, with requirements ranging from the operation in highly reliable scenarios, utilizing short information messages and low code rates, to high throughput scenarios, working with long messages, and high code rates.

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  • The North West has potential and advantages for developing agriculture, forestry, hydropower, minerals, tourism and border economy. This is home to more than 11.6 million people of more than 30 ethnic groups, about 63% of which are ethnic minorities. Despite its strategic location, great potential and diversity, Tay Bac is still an exceptionally difficult area in all aspects with the highest rate of poor households in the country, unsynchronous and underdeveloped transport system, and frequently under impact of natural disasters.

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  • A Brief History 1958: First integrated circuit – Flip-flop using two transistors – Built by Jack Kilby at Texas Instruments  2010 – Intel Core i7 µprocessor • 2.3 billion transistors – 64 Gb Flash memory • 16 billion transistors 53% compound annual growth rate over 50 years – No other technology has grown so fast so long  Driven by miniaturization of transistors – Smaller is cheaper, faster, lower in power! – Revolutionary effects on society .Annual Sales 1019 transistors manufactured in 2008 – 1 billion for every human on the planet...

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  • Broadband Wireless Mobile (3G and 4G) will be the next key developments in wireless communications. Immense interest has been fuelled by large demand for high frequency utilisation as well as a large number of users requiring simultaneous multidimensional high data rate access for the applications of wireless mobile internet and e-commerce. Broadband wireless mobile extends the corporate LAN to common areas such as meeting rooms and enables in-building public wireless hotspots such as airport lounges to provide wireless portable computer connectivity...

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  • This is the first field study in which we analyzed the effect of computer power state on monitor power state. Only 6% of desktop computers in this study of commercial buildings were found in low power, and only 53% of those that were on successfully initiated power management in monitors. Computers in homes (where fewer are networked) may have higher enabling rates, but we have no data from residences. Clearly there is significant room for improvement in power management of computers, and more data are needed...

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  • The 2003 PM rate of 60% for laser printers is similar to the 2000 rate of 61% for “high end color” printers. In 2000 some inkjet and wide-format printers were in low power, but in 2003 we found none. The 2000 study did not report on thermal or solid ink printers, probably because few or none were found. Solid ink is not a widespread printer technology; in 2003 we found four, all in the same building. Of 41 thermal printers in our 2003 sample, only 15%...

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  • "The security of information systems has not improved at a rate consistent with the growth and sophistication of the attacks being made against them. To address this problem, we must improve the underlying strategies and techniques used to create our systems. Specifically, we must build security in from the start, rather than append it as an afterthought. That's the point of Secure Coding in C and C++. In careful detail, this book shows software developers how to build high-quality systems that are less vulnerable to costly and even catastrophic attack.

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  • This paper focuses on identifying, extracting and evaluating features related to syntactic complexity of spontaneous spoken responses as part of an effort to expand the current feature set of an automated speech scoring system in order to cover additional aspects considered important in the construct of communicative competence.

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  • This book provides a comprehensive guide for surveyors and architects on the steps to take when approached by a client asking for a structural survey. It deals with all types of buildings: domestic, commercial and industrial. Advice is given on how to diagnose faults, with many detailed sketches and photographs to illus- trate the text. Examples of various types of reports are given in the appendices. We are living in an era of change. Adaptation of buildings for different uses and extensions to existing buildings are commonplace.

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  • The success of our attack hinges on accurate identifica- tion of keystroke events from the victim’s process. We fingerprint such an event with an ESP pattern of the sys- tem calls related to a keystroke. The focus on system calls here comes from the constraints on the informa- tion obtainable from a process: on one hand, a signifi- cant portion of the process’s execution time can be spent on system calls, particularly when I/O operations are involved; on the other hand, our approach collects the process’s information through system calls and therefore cannot achieve a very high sampling rate.

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  • This study provides an overview and extensive analysis of company taxation in the Asia-Pacific region, India, and Russia. It is not limited to a description of the taxation systems, but goes on to analyse the effective tax rates and their influence on foreign direct investment. For the first time the renowned methodology of Devereux/Griffith for determining effective tax rates has been applied to the Asia-Pacific region, India, and Russia in an international comparison. This meth- odology is now the standard approach to measuring effective tax burdens within the European Union....

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  • Choosing the right theoretical lens. In order to answer the articulated research questions, this dissertation will build on neo-institutional theory (Meyer and Rowan, 1977; DiMaggio and Powell, 1983; Zucker, 1987; Scott, 1987b; DiMaggio and Powell, 1991). We will refer to the institutional environment, its generation and mode of action. Hereby, we use regulative, nor- mative, and cognitive institutions (Scott, 1995) to explain the influence of regulatory actors on strategy formation.

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  • Another key figure in the history of the diamond trade was German-born businessman and financier Ernest Oppenheimer. After he established the Anglo American Corporation, he bought De Beers shares whenever they came up for sale. By 1927 he was one of the most significant shareholders of the company; he was later named chairman. Under his leadership De Beers evolved into a global diamond empire.

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  • In the late 1980s and again in the early-mid 1990s, the central government’s fiscal balance was threatened by a declining revenue share, and the CPI inflation rate rose to above 24 percent in 1994. As Figure 1 illustrates, the inflation was not the result of budget deficits – since the total budget deficit never exceeded 1.2 percent of GDP during this period – but, instead, resulted from credit expansion as the state banking system was used to fund essentially state expenditures. Between 1992 and 1995, M2 grew by an average annual rate of 36 percent, mostly due to...

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  • An automated data acquisition system was installed to monitor the indoor air temperatures and humidities, HAC operation, building pressures, and outdoor weather. An automated tracer-gas system for continuous monitoring of house air change rates also was installed. This system injected sulfur hexafluoride (SF6) into the house every 4 h to 6 h, allowed it to mix to a uniform concentration, and then monitored the concentration decay in several zones.

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  • The GHI Strategy in Kenya identifies three broad focus areas: (1) health systems strengthening; (2) integrated service provision; and (3) creating awareness to create demand for available services. Applying these broad areas will potentially have their greatest measurable health benefits in substantially reducing unacceptably high rates of: (1) maternal, neonatal and child mortality and (2) morbidity and mortality from neglected tropical diseases.

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