• Concept Generation
    INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON ENGINEERING DESIGN ICED 05 MELBOURNE, AUGUST 15-18, 2005 CONCEPT GENERATION FROM THE FUNCTIONAL BASIS OF DESIGN Cari R. Bryant, Robert B. Stone, Daniel A. McAdams, Tolga Kurtoglu, Matthew I. Campbell Keywords: concept generation, functional basis, conceptual design, f
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  • What Will Be the Greatest Challenge Facing Your Generation over the Next Decade?
    A decade is a period of 10 years. Cultural generations are cohorts of people who were born in the same date range and share similar cultural experience. The idea of a cultural generation, in the sense that it is used today gained currency in the 19th century. Prior to that the concept "generation" h
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  • The First Generation of Computers
    The First Generation of Computers The first generation of computers, beginning around the end of World War 2, and continuing until around the year 1957, included computers that used vacuum tubes, drum memories, and programming in machine code. Computers at that time where mammoth machines th
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  • Is Violence on Television Acceptable for Our Growing Generation?
    "Is Violence on Television Acceptable for our Growing Generation?" I. The Beginning Since the beginning of time, there has always been violence. From the death of Abel by his brother Cain in the Bible, to the mighty gladiator stadiums in Rome ruled by Alexander the Great, to the horrible acc
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  • My Generation
    My Generation People throughout the world experience catastrophes, and contentment throughout their lives. Some incidences may impact just their lives, or even the world. People experience occurrences in their generation where only they could have an emotional connection. Ancestors, grandparents,
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  • The Concept of Earning Ones Citizenship
    The Concept of Earning One's Citizenship Citizenship is defined as a being a citizen or a person owing allegiance to and entitled to the protection of a sovereign state. Citizen preferred for one owing allegiance to a state in which sovereign power is retained by the people and sharing in the polit
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  • The Great Concept of American Freedom
    The Great Concept of American Freedom Early America was a place for anyone to live their life the way that they wanted, as it is now, but back then this was a new concept. Much of this idea comes from the freedoms obtained by living here. Many other countries in the world had many freedoms, but n
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  • Reference and the Concept of Identification: a Contrastive Study
    Reference and the Concept of Identification: a Contrastive Study Dr. Hazim Hakkush Al- Dilaimy English Department Ibri College of Education Sultanate of Oman 1. Introduction
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  • Aarseth's Concept of Cybertext
    The notion of cybertext concentrates on the integration of the text, and the medium of the text plays a pivotal role. Also the participation of the reader is an important constituent of cybertext. Unlike the reader of classical text the reader of cybertext needs more effort on his part in order to u
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  • Frerie's "Banking Concept of Education"
    Freire's "The Banking Concept of Education" We've all been students at some point in our lives, but how we are taught as students varies on the teacher and the technique. In the "Banking Concept of Education" it is stated that knowledge is a gift bestowed by those who consider themselves knowled
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  • Global Village Concept & Intercultural Communicator
    Global Village Concept & Intercultural Communicator Briefly describe the global village concept. The global village concept states that the advancements in communication and transportation technologies will make the world seem smaller and create one big happy village. Do I believe that th
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  • The Banking Concept of Education
    "You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him to find it within himself." -Gallileo Galilei (1564-1642) The Audacity of Hope: The Banking Concept of Education In Freire's essay, The Banking Concept of Education, he advances the idea that the inherent objective of the "banking con
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  • Is There Unity in the Stories "Are Families Dangerous?" and "A Generation of Bigots Comes of Age"?
    Paragraphs, stories, essays and sentences should always have a unity. The unity is very important because it describes us what the author or writer is trying to tell us in a more specific way. The selections "Are Families Dangerous?" and "A Generation of Bigots Comes of Age" shows some unity in each
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  • How Important Is the Concept of Trust in Australian National Identity? and How Does the Actual Australian Experience of Trust and Distrust, and Attitudes to Each Other and to Government, Fit Into the Theoretical and Historical Discussions of These...
    The concept of trust is a very important aspect of the Australian national identity. The prime reason that trust is central to the Australian national identity is that it has sparked a debate over traditional Australian ways to define themselves, questioning what would have been concrete aspects of
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  • Information Technology "Going Paperless" Concept
    Information Technology and the ‘Going Paperless’ Concept The idea of a company’s business operations venturing into a paperless environment from a paper-filled filing cabinet clutter is not a new concept. The aspiration for a paperless environment was conceived in the minds of management
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  • Discuss the Concept of Cultural Capital
    Discuss the concept of cultural capital Pierre Bourdieu developed the concept of cultural capital in order to attempt to explain the differences in educational outcomes in France during the 1960’s. Cultural capital is theorised as the forms of knowledge, skill, education; any advantages a
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  • Recruiting Generation Y
    Recruiting Generation Y Recruiting employees in today’s job market can be difficult and time consuming. Economic conditions coupled with a new group of potential recruits are causing some concern for hiring managers. As more seasoned employees leave the workplace, questions surface on how to ef
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  • Next Generation Plm - an Integrated Approach for the Product Lifecycle
    Proceedings of ICCPR2007: International Conference on Comprehensive Product Realization 2007 June 18-20, 2007, Beijing, China Next Generation PLM - an integrated approach for the Product Lifecycle Management Julius D. Golovatchev 1 Oliver Budde 2 1) Detecon International GmbH, Managing Con
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  • Discuss the Company’s Reputation (Justified or Not) in Light of the Concept of “Managing Interdependence Around the World.” What Does It Take to Be a “Good Citizen” in Host Countries? How Well Has Coca-Cola Fared in This Regard? What Doe...
    When discussing company’s reputation in the light of the concept of managing interdependence, first we have to understand what is meant by managing interdependence. Global interdependence is a compelling factor in the global business environment creating demands on international managers to take a
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  • Valid Transfer Function Generation
    Valid transfer function generation process It is easy to "predict" data that you already know: Using current technology, there are several ways to compute a curve or surface that fits exactly to existing (DOE) data points. In Encore, the example of this is Kriging. However, a function that fits y
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