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  • Sound emission studies have been launched in the early 1950s. The technology before the mid-1960s, mainly in electronics engineering and materials, enabling rapid development of the method. Currently technical pronounced applied to a number of research areas, both in civil and industrial use.

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  • The literature addressing the topics of decision making and the use of information is multi- disciplinary and spans topics such as management, social science, information technology, and human neurology and psychology. Many more subjects are almost certainly related. Consequently the literature is not cohesive, and each of the subject areas takes its own perspective.

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  • Though the savings from technological improvements are significant, they tend to be small compared with fluctuations in the net cost of corn, the main ethanol feedstock. This is illustrated in table 2, which presents data on corn costs and profits from the coproduct DDGS (distiller’s dried grains with solubles) in dry-mill ethanol production from 1981-2004. Since 1981, sales of DDGS have recovered nearly half the cost of each bushel of corn used to produce ethanol, peaking in 1986, when over 66 percent of the feedstock cost was recovered this way.

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  • Personal scale PCB milling machines use one of two processes, a mechanical etching process, or a process in which conductive materials are sprayed onto a base board. The mechanical etching process on a desktop circuit maker involves a rotating milling bit that mechanically etches out the desired circuit design onto a copper circuit board. Both etching and spraying techniques enable users to create multi-layer and finely detailed PCBs.

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  • Enzymes may be described as 'functional catalytic proteins'. I do hope, however, that this volume will re-introduce them as useful and targeted workforces. Like the more familiar human workforces, they have preferred working conditions, may be trained (cultured) to carry out very specific tasks, and they cannot function when their food (substrate) runs out.

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  • As some of the undergraduate students who participated in this research were undertaking a second undergraduate degree, the age range of the students in this study was quite wide. The youngest was 19 and the oldest 36 years. There were 18 students in the age range that is most likely to coincide with students undertaking their first degree (19 to 23 years), and 22 in the age range more likely to coincide with students undertaking their second degree (24 to 36 years). As the numbers in each of these two groups were almost equally balanced, it was interesting to compare...

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  • Another study conducted in a kaolin refinery industry produces hazardous by-product such as Al, Fe, and Zn. In kaolin processing, sulphuric acid is used to improve the whitening (Jordao et al., 2002) is discharged to the river waters. This will influence the well being of aquatic organisms that adapted well at close to neutral pH. Also, in order not to affect the colour and whiteness of paper, impurities such as iron oxides is needed to be removed. This can be made through the reduction of Fe(III) to Fe(II) with metallic Zn. Therefore, Zn, Fe, Al are usually present in the discharge....

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  • The five instances of insurance fraud reflected in Table 10 resulted from individu- als who supplied fraudulent information on applications for term life policies. As set forth in FinCEN regulations, 22 an insurance company is not required to report in- stances of suspected insurance fraud unless the company has reason to believe that the false or fraudulent submission of information relates to money laundering or terrorist financing.

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  • Additionally, I would like to thank each one of the chapter authors for their tremendous work to present the most valuable achievements in their specific activity fields, and I really hope the readers will appreciate the high scientific content of any chapter included in this book. My special thanks are directed to Mr. Aleksandar Lazinica for his great kindness to invite me, after a rigorous selection process, to bring my scientific contribution to the publishing of this outstanding volume both as book editor and chapter author.

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  • The NIMS provides a set of standardized organizational structures—such as the Incident Command System (ICS), multi-agency coordination systems, and public information systems—as well as requirements for processes, procedures, and systems designed to improve interoperability among jurisdictions and disciplines in various areas, to include: training; resource management; personnel qualification and certification; equipment certification; communications and information management; technology support; and continuous system improvement.

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  • When damage is identified with an index, it is difficult exactly match the index with the repair of damage. Therefore, the method is considered difficult to apply them to check the seismic risk based on definition of the changes in the process of damage and other details due to differences in design. To reach this goal, it is first necessary to calculate the design solution reflects the damage and the collapse of a structure under a uniform standard values ​​for different seismic forces....

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  • This document provides draft EOS Lake Huron and Georgian Bay, including North Channel which summarizes the major environmental obstacles to achieve FCOs. In many cases the desired terminals for the environmental conditions are not quantified due to lack of information or incomplete knowledge of the community relations environment / child.

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  • The FDIC conducts the household survey in partnership with the US Census Bureau. The FDIC sponsors a special supplement on unbanked and underbanked households that is administered in conjunction with Census Bureau’s Current Population Survey (CPS). The first household survey was conducted in January 2009, and the results were released to the public in December 2009.

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  • In addition to the effect this may have on the woman, this could damage staff morale and is a serious challenge to recruitment and retention of midwives whose primary professional motivation is to care for women22. Looking to the maternity service of 2020, it is likely that the number of women with complex medical and obstetric conditions will continue to rise.

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  • The ScrumMaster makes note of the blocks, and then helps team members to resolve them after the meeting. There’s no discussion during the Daily Scrum, just the reporting of the three key pieces of information; if discussion is required, it takes place right after the meeting. The Product Owner, Managers, and other stakeholders can attend the meeting, but they should refrain from asking questions or opening discussion until after the meeting concludes – everyone should be clear that the team is reporting to each other, not to the Product Owner, Managers or ScrumMaster.

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  • Another aspect of the distinction between mere experience and an experience involves the relationship between doing and undergoing. ‘A man does something; he lifts, let us say, a stone. In consequence he undergoes, suffers, something: the weight, strain, texture of the surface of the thing lifted. The properties thus undergone determine further doing’ (p. 44). Dewey goes on to say, ‘An experience has pattern and structure, because it is not just doing and undergoing in alternation, but consists of them in relationship. … ...

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  • Microbial spoilage is manifested by a variety of sensory cues such as off-colours, off- odours, off- flavours, softening of vegetables and fruits, and slime. However, even before it becomes obvious, microbes have begun the process of breaking down food molecules for their own metabolic needs. Sugars and easily digested carbohydrates are used first, plant pectins are degraded. Then proteins are attacked, producing volatile compounds with characteristic smells such as ammonia, amines, and sulfides.

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  • The film print shown in theaters is typically a copy of a copy of a copy, three generations removed from the Original Camera Negative. Each generation sacrifices detail and contrast, leaving audiences with a pale imitation of the original. Digital presentation is typically far closer to the Original Camera Negative, enabling much higher picture quality. Stability. Film projectors must “pull down” each frame, then pause while that frame is projected. This process is inherently mechanical and somewhat imprecise.

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  • The scale of the challenge we face in managing these risks may be daunting, but this report means that the Environment Agency and the organisations and people we work with can meet it more effectively. We must also make sure we build a better relationship between those at risk and those who manage this risk. Much more can be achieved by bringing all the interested parties together through the Environment Agency’s strategic overview of all sources of flooding with a shared understanding of the risks.

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  • In the second half of 1999, the newly constituted Residential Tenancies Bond Authority’s statistics came on stream. These provided – for the first time in Victoria – virtually a full set of rental statistics, as tenants and landlords are required by Victorian government regulation to pay a bond to the above authority on signing a tenancy agree-ment. The 1999 figures for this study were compiled by striking an average of ‘The Age’ figures for the first half of the calendar year and the tenancy authority’s figures for the latter part of the year.

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