• Criminal Justice Due Process
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    Due Process vs. Crime Control Model Due Process vs. Crime Control Model The two models of crime that have been opposing each other for years are the due process model and the crime control model. The due process model is the principle that an individual cannot be deprived of life, liberty, or property without appropriate legal procedures and safeguards. (Answers. Com) Any person that is charged with a crime is required to have their rights protected by the criminal justice system under the due p...
  • Inches Weight Total Model Pounder
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    6-POUNDER FIELD GUNS Page One The 6-pounder field gun was a lightweight, mobile piece that was a favorite of the field artillery in the first half of the nineteenth century. Rapid changes in technology and design had largely superseded it by the beginning of the American Civil War, but when superior weaponry was not available, some 6-pounders saw action. NOTE: While some of the guns illustrated here may have played little or no part in the Civil War, they are included here because photos of them...
  • Alcohol Alcoholism Model Drinking
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    Alcohol abuse is a very dangerous condition in that it can cause many problems in a persons life and affect many aspects of their lifestyle. Alcoholism (or alcohol abuse) somehow effects everyone's life at some point in time; through a parent, a sibling, a friend, or even personal encounters. Alcohol abuse, as a medical diagnosis, refers to a pattern of behavior characterized by excessive alcohol consumption. This consumption can occur at regular intervals, regular weekend intervals, or during b...
  • Independent Variable Model Data Mortality
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    INTRODUCTION The purpose of this analysis was to develop a regression model to predict mortality. Data was collected, by researchers at General Motors, on 60 U. S. Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas (SMS As), in a study of whether air pollution contributes to mortality. This data was obtained and randomly sorted into two even groups of 30 cities. A regression model to predict mortality was build from the first set of data and validated from the second set of data. BODY The following data w...
  • Audit Risk Model Risks Auditor
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    Introduction Organizations today face several business risks that can have an effect on their financial statements. The audit risk model is a tool that auditors use to help identify those risks. To better understand how the audit risk model can help identify risks, we will examine how the model can be applied to the Coca-Cola Corporation and the limitations of using the model. Components of the Model The audit risk model is composed of the equation, audit risk (AR) equals inherent risk (IR) time...
  • Uml And Its Fit In The Business Community
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    UML in the Business Community In the modern world, business analysts use UML as a communication tool to relay business needs to the IT professionals. What is the Unified Modeling Language (UML)? Here is a definition of UML according to the Object Management Group (OMG) specification. "The Unified Modeling Language is a graphical language for visualizing, specifying, constructing, and documenting the artifacts of a software-intensive system. The UML offers a standard way to write systems blueprin...
  • Flowchart Modules Model Module Entity
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    2. Description of the Computer Program: The basic building blocks for Arena simulation models are called modules. There are two basic modules - flowchart and data modules and they define the process to be simulated. Flowchart modules describe the dynamic processes in the model. There are different kinds of flowchart modules, however for simulation model of M/M/1 queuing system, only three flowchart modules - Create, Process and Dispose are used. The create module is the birth node for arrival o...
  • Dells Direct Business Model
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    Subject: Dell's Direct Business Model Date: 04/08/05 Will Dell's direct business model continue to provide a competitive advantage as fellow competitors Compaq, IBM, and HP emulate Dell's direct model? Dell's direct business model bypasses the dealer in the supply chain and sells computers directly to customers, building each to order. Dell does not manufacture the computer components; they merely assemble computers based on components that are available in the market. Dell's use of technology a...
  • Tectonic Plates Model Boundaries Three
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    Lab Report The structure of the earth is made up of many layers, but the crust and the upper mantle make up the lithosphere. The lithosphere is divided into individual sections called plates. The rest of the mantle makes up the asthenosphere. Convection in asthenosphere causes the plates to shift and move about. We can tell where the plates are or have been because volcanoes and earthquakes have their own boundaries when the are active. Tectonic plates have three relationships with each other. ...
  • What Is An Adjoint Model
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    WHAT IS AN ADJOINT MODEL? The article begins by going into the history of the use of adjoints in meteorology. Adjoints are considered by many meteorologists to be powerful modeling tools. Sensitivities are a concern of many research meteorologists, and questions surrounding them require estimations of how synoptic features will change (in the modeling) if perturbations are made. In sensitivity analysis, many methods are at work, but the basic one (as stated above) is that people look back at how...
  • Database Models Model Object Uml
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    In this paper I will be discussing the differences and similarities of the three database models we have talked about in class the Entity-Relationship, Object model, and the UML modeling. First let's look at the definition of the three models. The Entity- Relationship Model is used to visually represent data objects and is used for database design. It is easy to understand which makes it easier to communicate the design to the end user. The form used in the ER model can easily be transformed int...
  • The Contractual Model Field Relationship Client
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    The contractual model is the model in a professional client-relationship that shows the most trust within any of the professional-client relationships. For this model to work there must be a large amount of trust within the two parties since the choices are made collectively by each of them. There are many aspects in which this is the model that is the most appealing for perspective clients. Other than the trust factor there are many other reasons that it is so appealing to them, such as the abi...
  • Database Model Hierarchical Structure Network
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    A Comparison of the Hierarchical, Network and Relational, Database Models Database models continue to evolve as the information management needs of organizations become more complex. From flat files to relational databases, the growing demands on data integrity, reliability and performance of database management systems (DBMS), has shaped the design of databases and their underlying models. In this document, three database models are discussed comparing and contrasting their major features. The ...
  • E Business Step To The New World
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    1. INTRODUCTION: Organisations cannot compete solely on past record of success in today's rapidly changing business environment that is characterised by boundary blurring, disintermediation and hyper competition. To move ahead of these rivals they need to seek innovation constantly at every level of activities. Their ability to generate successful business models and strategies as well as new products, will be the key for their survival in new economy. The first step of such innovation is inter...
  • Modeling And Simulation System Model Data
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    As simulation is increasingly applied to more complex applications, exploiting efficiencies in model design and model execution becomes a challenging task. Thus the creation of modeling charts, tools, and diagrams... 18 March 2003 A system is understood to be an entity which maintains its existence through the interaction of its parts. A model is a simplified representation of the real system intended to promote the development of understanding. Whether a model is a good model or not depends on ...
  • Lisette Model Photographic Practice
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    Lisette Model was a modernist photographer and is best known for her portraiture photography. She is identified by her unique compositions and for exposing the reality of her subjects whilst capturing historic images of Vienna and Paris culture. Lisette Model was born into a wealthy Viennese family where her Italian/Austrian Jewish father was a well-off doctor, her mother a French Catholic. Consequently her education was an international one. By travelling a lot she learnt three different langua...
  • Summary Of Tcp Ip Reference Model
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    TCP/IP reference model contains two primary protocol TCP (Transmission Control Protocol) and IP (Internet Protocol). TCP/IP model is based on four layers. TCP/IP model is itself not much used but its protocol is widely used. It does not contains some features found under the OSI model. The description of four layers of TCP/IP model are as follows. Layer 1 - HOST-TO-NETWORK: It contains both physical and data link layers of the OSI model. Actually the TCP/IP does not say much about this layer. T...
  • The Ptolemaic And Copernican Models
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    Claudius Ptolemy was a citizen of the Roman Empire, who lived around the year 100 AD. Ptolemy was influential in the fields of mathematics, astronomy, and geography. In astronomy Ptolemy relied somewhat on the theories and observations of previous astronomers, such as the geocentric model designed by Aristotle; to create his own model of our solar system. Ptolemy's model of planetary motion was one of his greatest contributions to the science of astronomy. The model (seen in 1. 1) was based on a...
  • Asian American Minority Model Americans
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    Asian Americans As Model Minorities Essay, Research Asian Americans As Model Minorities Asian Americans as Model Minorities For 20 years, Asian Americans have been portrayed by the press and the media as a successful minority. Asian Americans are believed to benefit from astounding achievements in education, rising occupational statuses, increasing income, and are problem-fee in mental health and crime. The idea of Asian Americans as a model minority has become the central theme in media portray...
  • Beowulf Role Model
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    Beowulf as a Modern Day Role Model Beowulf was a hero, a role model and someone who people could depend on. He was a Scandinavian prince, who rids the Danes of the monster, Grendel. Fifty years later, Beowulf was now king of his native land. He fights a dragon that has devastated his people. Both Beowulf and the dragon are mortally wounded in the fight. Beowulf was then cremated on a giant funeral pyre. Beowulf took a stand for his people. That? s why he was respected and looked up to. If Beowu...