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Government 3.0 - Next Generation Government Tec...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 28.08.2018, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Government 3.0 - Next Generation Government Technology Infrastructure and Services, Titelzusatz: Roadmaps, Enabling Technologies & Challenges, Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2017, Redaktion: Millard, Jeremy // Ojo, Adegboyega, Verlag: Springer International Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: Politikwissenschaft // Öffentliche Verwaltung // Industrielle Anwendungen der wissenschaftlichen Forschung und technologische Innovation, Rubrik: Öffentliches Recht, Seiten: 384, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 581 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Business Models for Enterprise Software Vendors
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In the highly competitive economy trends that IT market is living, the OpenSource Software(OSS) has finally started to gain adherence in the Enterprise customers' market, due to the fact of being no longer an infra-structure layer offer, but also an application layer offer. The appearance of a second generation of OSS software companies, in the mid of the first decade of the 21st century, has made possible to OSS compete directly with the proprietary and traditional software giants(Oracle, Microsoft, IBM, SAP, etc). This new set of OSS companies started to deliver real added valuefor the Enterprise customers in their core IT business solutions, providing consistent and scalable offers on CRMs, ERPs, Document Management Systems, and other software applications.This research work describes, identifies and analyzes a set of major OSS Vendors that have built their software under the new paradigm of the commercial open source, describes the typical hybrid business models types that they are supported on, and identifies the different and common variables that can differentiate each business models.

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SCR-268 radar
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Signal Corps had been experimenting with some radar concepts as early at the late 1920s, under the direction of Colonel William R. Blair, director of the Signal Corps Laboratories at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. While most of the Corps' efforts revolved around infra-red detection systems (a popular idea at the time), as well as a newer generation of sound detectors, they also maintained a small program of research on microwave radars based on the "beat principle", in which an aircraft would cause two signals to interfere. Low generator efficiency and a lack of ranging capability made these efforts impractical.

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SCR-270 radar
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! The Signal Corps had been experimenting with some radar concepts as early at the late 1920s, under the direction of Colonel William R. Blair, director of the Signal Corps Laboratories at Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. While most of the Corps' efforts revolved around infra-red detection systems (a popular idea at the time), as well as a newer generation of sound detectors, they also maintained a small program of research on microwave radars based on the "beat principle", in which an aircraft would cause two signals to interfere. Low generator efficiency and a lack of ranging capability made these efforts impractical.

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Optimal Operation Of Satluj River Basin Under F...
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Water is the most essential resource of all life on Earth. The spatial and temporal distribution of water is highly variable and is dependent upon the climatic factors that are beyond human control. Water resource systems are an important part of the infra-structure of every country, particularly the developing ones. In addition to the basic purpose of supporting life, water resource systems serve a multitude of water uses such as water supply, hydropower generation, recreation, irrigation, flood control, navigation and wild life maintenance. Due to tremendous population growth and extensive industrial and agricultural development, the demand on water resources is increasing everywhere in the world. In some parts, the characteristics of water supply and demand pose few problems for agricultural, domestic, and industrial users. In other areas, including much of the developing world, physical, social and political factors make effective water resource management vital. The situation is critical in developing countries as the gap between water demand and supply has been continuously widening. This has led to an increased emphasis on the optimal management of the available resources.

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ISBN Unseen Cosmos ( The Universe in Radio ) En...
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Radio telescopes have transformed our understanding of the Universe. Pulsars, quasars, Big Bang cosmology: all are discoveries of the new science of radio astronomy. Here, Francis Graham-Smith describes the birth, development, and maturity of radio astronomy, from the first discovery of cosmic radio waves to its present role as a major part of modern astronomy. Radio is part of the electromagnetic spectrum, covering infra-red, visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma-rays, and Graham-Smith explains why it is that radio waves give us a unique view of the Universe. Tracing the development of radio telescopes he shows how each new idea in observing techniques has led to new discoveries, and looks at the ways in which radio waves are generated in the various cosmic sources, relating this to the radio world of mobile phones, radio and televisionchannels, wireless computer connections, and remote car locks.Today a new generation of radio telescopes promises to extend our understanding of the Universe into further, as yet unknown, fields. Huge new radio telescopes are being built, such as the Atacama Large Millimetre Array (ALMA), Low Frequency Array for Radioastronomy (LOFAR), and the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). Radio telescopes on spacecraft such as the Cosmic Microwave Explorer (COBE) and Planck are tracing in minute detail the faint but universal radio signal from the expanding earlyUniverse. Graham-Smith shares the excitement of discovering the wonders of the radio universe, and the possibilities promised by the new age of giant radio telescopes.

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Radiometry And The Detection of Optical
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Presents a treatment of fundamental aspects of the generation, transfer and detection of optical and infra-red radiation. Emphasis placed on practical aspects of radiometry in detection. Discusses formal principles of radiometry, signal-to-noise considerations in the detection of optical radiation, and the operation of various radiation detectors. Includes tables and graphs of blackbody functions.

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Physiology And Pharmacology of Cardio-Respirato...
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On 15 November 1997, the first international symposium 'Neural and Chemical Control of Breathing: Pharmacological and Clinical Aspects' was held at Leiden University Medical Center on the occasion of the retirement of one of the members of the Control of Breathing Research Group of the Departments of Physiology and Anesthesiology, Dr. Aad Berkenbosch. Among others, Dr. Berkenbosch, played an important role in this research group, which made a large and significant contribution to scientific research on the regulation of breathing. This book presents the proceedings of that meeting together with papers of several authors who have strong bonds with the Leiden Departments of Physiology and Anesthesiology. All studies represent state of the art work on the subject of respiratory control and cardiovascular medicine, with emphasis on the physiological, pharmacological and anesthesiological aspects of both fields. The book is divided in several sections: Oxygen Physiology. Prof. John Severinghaus presents among other things his ideas on oxygen sensing and high altitude related diseases. Prof. Honda gives results from studies in a unique set of subjects without carotid bodies. The findings of Honda's group support the idea that an intact hypoxic drive from the carotid bodies is necessary for the generation of central hypoxic depression. Dr. Hans van Beek discusses the effects of hypoxia and hypercapnia on cardiac contractility in animal models. Prof. Oeseburg demonstrates the feasibility of Near Infra Red Oximetry for monitoring tissue oxygenation in patients. Central Chemoreception.

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Unseen Cosmos
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Radio telescopes have transformed our understanding of the Universe. Pulsars, quasars, Big Bang cosmology: all are discoveries of the new science of radio astronomy. Here, Francis Graham-Smith describes the birth, development, and maturity of radio astronomy, from the first discovery of cosmic radio waves to its present role as a major part of modern astronomy. Radio is part of the electromagnetic spectrum, covering infra-red, visible light, ultraviolet, X-rays, and gamma-rays, and Graham-Smith explains why it is that radio waves give us a unique view of the Universe. Tracing the development of radio telescopes he shows how each new idea in observing techniques has led to new discoveries, and looks at the ways in which radio waves are generated in the various cosmic sources, relating this to the radio world of mobile phones, radio and television channels, wireless computer connections, and remote car locks. Today a new generation of radio telescopes promises to extend our understanding of the Universe into further, as yet unknown, fields. Huge new radio telescopes are being built, such as the Atacama Large Millimetre Array (ALMA), Low Frequency Array for Radioastronomy (LOFAR), and the Square Kilometre Array (SKA). Radio telescopes on spacecraft such as the Cosmic Microwave Explorer (COBE) and Planck are tracing in minute detail the faint but universal radio signal from the expanding early Universe. Graham-Smith shares the excitement of discovering the wonders of the radio universe, and the possibilities promised by the new age of giant radio telescopes.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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