• Face Tracking Using Webcam
    Real Time Face Tracking Using Web Camera Abstract This paper, presents a real time object tracking system under various conditions such as changes in lighting, object speed and background. This system is developed in order to achieve a robust, low cost surveillance system that can replace the...
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  • Face Detection Using Quantized Skin Color
    Abstract— Detecting and recognizing human faces automatically in digital images strongly enhance content-based video indexing systems. In this paper, a novel scheme for human faces detection in color images under nonconstrained scene conditions, such as the presence of a complex background a...
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  • Discuss the Advantages and Disadvantages of Using Focus Groups as a Research Tool
    This essay is going to analyse the use of focus groups as a research method in modern day social sciences. The disadvantages and the advantages will be discussed, and furthermore the use of focus groups as a research method against using other research methods will be evaluated. A case study will al...
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  • Disparity with Male and Female Managers
    SYSTEMS APPROACH TO PROBLEMS OF WOMEN IN MANAGEMENT Chapter 1 NATURE OF THE STUDY Introduction According to Vecchio (1991), “female managers often experience a number of gender-based career problems”. The most frequently occurring problems are said to be: (1) low or unequal salaries;...
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  • An Empirical Assessment of Entreneurial Behavior: the Case of Italy
    1 Introduction Traditionally, Italy's productive structure has been characterised by the existence of a very large number of small firms. According to the last Italian census, for example, about 95% of all firms in the country employ less than ten people each for a total of 6.5 million workers (IST...
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  • Electric Car Modelling Using Trepezium Rule
    Electric car modelling using the trapezium rule The trapezium rule allows us to numerically estimate integrals. This case study involves the use of the trapezium rule to model the performance of a hypothetical electric car propelled by a DC motor by integrating acceleration to estimate velocity...
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  • Bordo Male Identity and More
    Are heterosexual men are not supposed to care about how the look or dress? Do they do not like being looked at by women? These are two of the claims made by Susan Bordo in her writings of "Beauty (Re)discovers the Male Body" where she discusses these two topics and some others in great detail. In...
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  • A Discussion Into Whether ‘J Horror' Is a Term of National Identity, or Cinematic Sub-Genre, Using the Texts; Ringu (1998), Audition (2000) and Ju-on (the Grudge) (2003).
    Introduction In 1998, Nakata Hideo released to the Japanese market Ringu (1998). This film was an on screen adaptation of a semi successful novel of the same name. Written by Koji Suzuki, the film went on to become the top grossing horror movie in Japan's cinematic history. The narrative tracks...
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  • Male vs. Female Human Brain
    The Male and Female Brain It is proven that the male and female brains differ, but can one prove that it affects the behavior? Many scientists would agree that ones behavior is determined by his/her gender. Although others are convinced that social conditioning is the cause for the differences...
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  • Male Contraception
    MALE CONTRACEPTION Access to effective contraception is a prerequisite of reproductive health. If the goal of ensuring that every birth results from a planned pregnancy is to be achieved, a wide range of methods of regulating fertility must be available. Because women literally are lef...
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  • Finding Mass Using the Inertial Balance
    Finding Mass Using the Inertial Balance Theory: Physics can be referred to as the study of various properties of matter and energy. Matter can best be described by looking at the mass of an object. Mass is the amount of material that is in an object. Mass can be found by using a spring sca...
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  • Kantian Theory vs Golden Rule
    For one to judge which theory is a stronger guide for moral actions, one must first understand the theories and compare their strengths and weaknesses. The Kantian theory is one which emphasizes on suppressing personal inclinations and performing one's duty unless one is either not a free agent or...
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  • Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide
    Chemistry Practical Report: Topic: Determining the Empirical Formula of Magnesium Oxide Patrick Doan 11 CHEM 11 26/9/08 Table of contents 1.0 Aim 1 2.0 Theory 2-3 3.0 Materials 4 4.0 Method 4 5.0 Results 4 - 5.1 Qualitative Obse...
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  • Examination of the Fictitious Character Bart Simpson Using Various Personality Theoretical
    Section I: Presentation of Traits This essay is based on the fictitious character Bart Simpson from the series the Simpsons. Bart is the 10 year old son of Homer and Marge Simpson. He is the eldest of three children; he has two younger sisters Lisa and Maggie. Bart possesses many personality traits...
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  • Unreliable Narration of Wuthering Heights
    Emily Brontë's Wuthering Heights is the story of two intertwined families from late 18th century England through the beginning of the 19th century. Living on an isolated moor, the families interact almost exclusively with each other, repeatedly intermarrying and moving between the manors Wuthering...
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  • Wuthering Heights
    In Wuthering Heights, Emily Bronte tells the story of a love affair that takes place two times in the story; first with Heathcliff, Catherine, and Edgar and then with the next generation of children, Hareton, Cathy, and Linton. In the first generation there is the presence of love but there is also...
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  • A Comparison of Multi-Valued Orientation and Two Valued Orientation
    A Comparison of Multi-Valued Orientation and Two Valued Orientation Multi-valued orientation and two valued orientation are two completely different thing. THey compare in only one way. This is the fact that they both have values. It could be said that a contrastment of the two would be more usef...
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  • Mothers That Work
    The Effects of Working Mothers on their Children One mother expresses her personal experience and opinion on the effects of her employment on the children "I am happy to see support for the mom who wants to work outside of the home. By my children seeing me go to work, I am teaching them the val...
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  • Critique of Two Papers
    Problem: Lumbar disc herniation Study 1: Brox et al (2006) Pain 122:145-155 Rationale Justification: Despite the high success rate of the surgery for disc herniation, an important number of patients report recurrent back pain after given periods, often requiring additional therapeutic in...
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  • Exclusionary Rule
    Running Head: The Exclusionary Rule Name: College: Course Title: Tutor: Date: Abstract This essay will deal with exclusionary rule in the United States. The exclusionary rule refers to a legal principle in the U.S which is under the constitutional law and holds that any eviden...
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