Creating digital data

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  • Virtual reality (VR) enables data visualization in an immersive and engaging manner, and it can be used for creating ways to explore scientific data. Here, we use VR for visualization of 3D histology data, creating a novel interface for digital pathology to aid cancer research.

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  • This paper presents the proposed method of building a digital signature algorithm which is based on the difficulty of solving root problem and some expanded root problems on Zp. The expanded root problem is a new form of difficult problem without the solution, also originally proposed and applied to build digital signature algorithms. This proposed method enable to build a high-security digital signature platform for practical applications.

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  • The main contents of the chapter consist of the following: Design digital circuit from specification, digital inputs and outputs known, need to determine logic that can transform data, start in truth table form, create k-map for each output based on function of inputs, determine minimized sum-of-product representation, draw circuit diagram.

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  • This competition will help businesses utilise digitised data and processes to create a new model that is more efficient and convenient. Digital technologies in oil and gas companies can have a significant business impact as it contributes to increasing hydrocarbon recovery, ensuring safety across the business ecosystem, and improving operational reliability. This paper addresses the oil and gas industry’s trends in digital transformation and the initiatives at Bien Dong POC.

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  • One of the major functions of the physical layer is to move data in the form of electromagnetic signals across a transmission medium. Whether you are collecting numerical statistics from another computer, sending animated pictures from a design workstation, or causing a bell to ring at a distant control center, you are working with the transmission of data across network connections. Chapter 3 discusses the relationship between data, which are created by a device, and electromagnetic signals, which are transmitted over a medium.

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  • The world is experiencing an evolution of Smart Cities. These emerge from innovations in information technology that, while they create new economic and social opportunities, pose challenges to our security and expectations of privacy. Humans are already interconnected via smart phones and gadgets. Smart energy meters, security devices and smart appliances are being used in many cities. Homes, cars, public venues and other social systems are now on their path to the full connectivity known as the ‘‘Internet of Things.’’ Standards are evolving for all of these potentially connected systems.

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  • Human resource managers are confronted with the problem that they have to fulfil the enterprise’s competence needs either by developing their current staff or by recruiting new employees. In both cases decisions about who to select for the new position and more often which competences are crucial for the future success. This is especially true for highly dynamic industries like the IT industry. This article presents our work from the KoPIWA project in the Digital Economy.

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  • Chapter 9 - Reporting processes and extensible business reporting language (XBRL). After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Explain how data warehouses are created and used, describe the basic components of business intelligence and how they are utilized in a firm, describe how digital dashboards allow for continuous tracking of key metrics, explain how XBRL works and how it makes business reporting more efficient.

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  • There are many issues to be considered when selecting physical storage media that extend beyond the immediate and obvious requirements of the situation. This guidance note should assist data creators to make informed decisions based on the ever-changing choices available. The adoption of appropriate storage media for electronic records brings benefits to data creators, data managers and digital archivists. Selection decisions informed by the criteria described in this guidance note will greatly enhance the sustainability of the records created. ...

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  • While the potential of social media for enhancing learning opportunities is substantial, it should be noted that in 2009, according to Eurostat data, 30%Europeans aged 16 to 74 had still never used the Internet. While this figure dropped from 42% in 2006 by 12 percentage points in only three years, in a number of European countries more than half of the population has never used the Internet. 3 Furthermore, the following technical, pedagogical and organisational bottlenecks have been identified, which may hinder the take up and mainstreaming of Learning 2.

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  • With digital evidence, technology is always needed to process the digital data and therefore the only difference between a forensic and a non-forensic investigation of digital data is whether or not the evidence can be used in a court of law. A forensic investigation is a process that uses science and technology to develop and test theories, which can be entered into a court of law, to answer questions about events that occurred.

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  • This is to be contrasted by the fact that the NII may well be the most important technology needed to facilitate a coordinated NSDI. The Mapping Science Committee (MSC) has recommended1 that the NSDI be developed to a level that would support the needs of the nation. The costs of creating and maintaining digital spatial data are high, so it is particularly important that spatial data collection not be duplicated,

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  • Welcome to the first UCLA Internet Report, “Surveying the Digital Future.” This project – in planning for four years and now the result of more than nine months of field research, data gathering, and analysis – was created to serve as a comprehensive, year-to-year examination of the impact of the Internet. Our goal is to explore how the Internet influences social, political, cultural, and economic behavior and ideas, as measured by the behavior, attitudes, values, and perceptions of both Internet users and non-users.

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  • although the digital revolution has made content available to more people than print books ever could, s are still only as accessible as the foundation they’re built on—and all too often the foundation is weak. but that’s changing. with the introduction of epub 3, publishers now have the means to create a single rich data source for audiences of all reading abilities. through practical tips and examples, accessible epub 3 takes you inside the epub 3 format and explores how you can enrich and enhance content for all readers...

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  • Encryption is a widely used technique which involves making information indecipherable to protect it from unauthorised viewing or use, especially during transmission or when it is held on removable magnetic media. Encryption is usually based on a key(s) without which the information cannot be decoded (decrypted). The most widely used encryption system is DES (Data Encryption Standard) although increasingly this is being replaced commercially by the more secure public key system RSA.

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  • Create a listener listenernn(n) (nn(n) will be a two or three digit number provided by your instructor) using Oracle Net Manager. The listener must be configured for the server as specified by the instructor. The listener must be configured for the TCP/IP protocol only and must listen for incoming connections on the port provided by the instructor.

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  • The use of the Internet and other digital information technologies by the scientific, technical, and medical (STM) research community in the United States and most other countries has transformed many aspects of the research and publishing process. The new technologies have created fundamental changes in the production, management, dissemination, and use of all types of information. It is now possible to communicate research results much more quickly, broadly, and openly than was possible through traditional print publications in the past.

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  • The Science as an open enterprise report highlights the need to grapple with the huge deluge of data created by modern technologies in order to preserve the principle of openness and to exploit data in ways that have the potential to create a second open science revolution. Exploring massive amounts of data using modern digital technologies has enormous potential for science and its application in public policy and business. The report maps out the changes that are required by scientists, their institutions and those that fund and support science if this potential is to be realised....

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  • Many of today's existing enterprise security infrastructures are the result of an incremental and evolutionary process. As a consequence, they generally comprise a series of point solutions, upgrades, and add-ons that are not seamlessly integrated, creating gaps in their overall security effectiveness.

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  • The birth of  the  interne  takes place  in 1969 when  Advanced  Research  Projects  Agency  Network  (ARPANet)  is  commissioned  by  the  department  of  defense (DOD) for research in networking.     The ARPANET is a success from the very beginning.  Although  originally  designed  to  allow  scientists  to  share  data  and  access  remote  computers,  e‐mail  quickly becomes the most popular application. The  ARPANET becomes a high‐speed digital post office  as people use it to collaborate on research projects  and  discuss  topics  of  various  interests.

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