You are welcome to search the collection of free essays and research papers. Thousands of coursework topics are available. Buy unique, original custom papers from our essay writing service.

19 results found, view free essays on page:

  • Present Systems Of Transportation And Traffic Control
    3,662 words
    Traffic Control: The Need For Change As the population of the United States dramatically increases and the number of vehicles on the nation's roads and highways skyrockets, new methods of traffic control and organization have become necessary, by utilizing new methods of transportation or by revising the current system. In the past 15 years, the number of vehicles on American roads has increased 41.9%, the number of licensed drivers has increased 29.3%, but the size of the general population has...
  • Expert Systems Use Knowledge
    3,378 words
    How Can Artificial Intelligence Help Us Recently, the media has spent an increasing amount of broadcast time on new technology. The focus of high-tech media has been aimed at the flurry of advances concerning artificial intelligence (AI). What is artificial intelligence and what is the media talking about Are these technologies beneficial to our society or mere novelties among business and marketing professionals Medical facilities, police departments, and manufacturing plants have all been chan...
  • Base Ten Number System
    1,661 words
    Ancient Advances in Mathematics Ancient knowledge of the sciences was often wrong and wholly unsatisfactory by modern standards. However not all of the knowledge of the more learned peoples of the past was false. In fact without people like Euclid or Plato we may not have been as advanced in this age as we are. Mathematics is an adventure in ideas. Within the history of mathematics, one finds the ideas and lives of some of the most brilliant people in the history of mankind's'populace upon Earth...
  • Expert Systems Use Knowledge
    3,573 words
    How Can Artificial Intelligence Help Us? Introductory Paragraph, including thesis statement. Description of Artificial Intelligence A. Descriptions of AI 1. Definition of AI 2. Coined in 1956 B. How AI can be achieved 1. Specialized software 2. Specialized computer systems 3. Add-on applications C. How can we measure the ability to think 1. Relative brain-power 2. Usefulness of the application II. How AI is developed A. Neural Networks 1. Membrane of neuro des 2. Chain of past experiences 3. Lea...
  • Biggest Part Of The Biometric Market
    514 words
    Biometric Systems As defined in Computer Security Basics by O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. Biometrics is the use of a persons unique physiological, behavioral, and morphological characteristics to provide positive personal identification. Biometric systems that are currently available today examine fingerprints, handprints, and retina patterns. Systems that are close to biometrics but are not classified as such are behavioral systems such as voice, signature and keystroke systems. They test pattern...
  • Atp Cp System With Lactic Acid
    1,870 words
    Surfing is the sport of riding a surfboard toward the shore on the crest of a wave. It is an amazing sport to learn and it gives the rider a hell of an adrenaline rush!! There are three major phases of surfing - paddling, push up and the standing position. This report will give you a full understanding of the correct techniques to use while surfing and it also describes the basic structure and function of the muscular-skeletal and cardio-respiratory systems of the human body. It will also descri...
  • Use Of The Nec System
    986 words
    ACME Electronics is a medium size business specializing in Lighting controls and systems. Acme's main clients are consumers of Home Improvement outlets and Installing Electrical Contractors. This company has recently decided to upgrade the intercommunications network. This memo will highlight the advantages as well as disadvantages of the system chosen to be installed. The system chosen to replace the legacy PBX switching system will be the NEC's NEAX 2000 IPS. The headquarters of ACME Electroni...
  • Significant Benefits From A Scorecard System
    1,455 words
    When an organization implements any management control tool, the cost / benefit balance is vital. The decision to deploy a scorecard system requires the same analysis. The costs of implementing a new tool are relatively easy to appraise, but often, there's a lack of reliable information about the benefits. This article explores the extent to which organizations have realized significant benefits from using a scorecard system. (We use the term 'scorecard system' to include both the scorecard as a...
  • Tepoztl N Villagers Use
    1,276 words
    An Economic and Family Analysis of Tepoztl n The Mexican village of Tepoztl n lies due south of the capital of Mexico City. It is not a remote area and the people who dwell there are not untouched by humanity. They actively participate in their nation's laws and government. However, an anthropological study reveals features that are interesting and unique, even though a poor and civilized town may seem to be ordinary and commonplace to the untrained eye. This report will focus on the economic sy...
  • Efficiency In The Production Process Eaton
    636 words
    The Eaton Corporation is a corporation committed to implementing and advancing the technology they use throughout the companies four-business segments Automotive, Fluid Power, Electrical, and Truck. However Eaton isn't solely committed to the advancement and implementation of technology in the products they design and create, Eaton also works to implement technology in their everyday business practices such as Production, Sales and Marketing, and Human Resources. Production is a large part of th...
  • Computer Security In Business Prepared
    1,596 words
    Computer Security in Business Prepared by: Prepared for: It is 1994, a Russian hacker named Vladimir Levin and a group of accomplices are siting at a desk of a computer office somewhere in St. Petersburg. There, Levin electronically transfers $11 million from Citibank's New York-based mainframes to Finland, Israel, and California. This all occurred under the watch of one of Citibank's top information officers in charge of security, Colin Crook. This frightening occurrence is not a rare event; ma...
  • Terms As Knowledge Building And Corporate Memory
    3,843 words
    How can we use electronic systems to assist in the sharing of information organisation-wide, the use of this to build expertise and develop and maintain corporate memory TABLE OF CONTENTS INTRODUCTION GROUPWARE Challenges related to GroupWare introduction KNOWLEDGE BUILDING AND GROUPWARE SYSTEMS Computer Supported Cooperative Works: 1st definition of CSCW 2nd definition of CSCW Issues covered by CSCW. OTHER TYPES OF GROUPWARE Message Systems Multiuser Editor Group Decision Support Systems and El...
  • Applications For Virtual Reality Technology
    1,160 words
    Introduction In the not so distant past, all mechanical drawings and blueprints were created by hand. Models of the parts were then made, also by hand. Mistakes could cost a great deal of time and money. Then the design world was revolutionized by computer aided drafting. This new tool, along with the addition of rapid prototyping, has saved industry a countless amount of hours and money. As efficient as the part modeling systems of today are, a new tool is developing that may once again change ...
  • Ic 1 C
    989 words
    Research Report The system I choose to research is a simple open-looped system called the Vehicle Frost Box. This system is used to informing motor vehicle operators that likely conditions for icy roads are developing. Black ice cannot be seen and is a prime contributor to vehicle accidents during the winter months. If used, this simple system could actually save precious time, money and physical injury. For system development, the Problem Statement is; Black ice cannot be seen on roads, causing...
  • Space Layout System And The Office Environment
    2,377 words
    Contents DOCUMENT OVERVIEW 3 INTRODUCTION 3 PART A SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS AND ANALYSIS 3 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 3 PERSONNEL 4 EQUIPMENT 4 SPACE LAYOUT 4 PROCEDURES 4 ANALYSIS OF THE CURRENT SYSTEM AND PROCEDURES 5 EASY TO OPERATE 5 COST EFFECTIVE 5 MANUAL, COMPUTERISED OR BOTH 5 QUALITY CONTROL 5 FINANCE 5 PART B - PLAN OFFICE ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM 6 THE OFFICE ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS 6 SYSTEM PURCHASE PRICE & SUPPLIER 9 SYSTEM RUNNING COSTS 10 AMOUNT OF PERSONNEL NEEDED TO RUN AND USE SYST...
  • Basics Of The Global Positioning System
    894 words
    "Basics of the Global Positioning System (GPS) " INTRODUCTION I. ATTENTION GETTER: From this spot in the classroom to the Eiffel Tower in France is a distance of xx miles. How do I know this? With the assistance of over 20 satellites and my handheld receiver / display I can pinpoint my current position anywhere on earth, as well the direction and distance to any other place on the planet. This combination of satellites and receivers make up what is called the Global Positioning System, or GPS fo...
  • System Performance Standards
    810 words
    Information Systems An information system, by it's name, is a system whose aim is to collect, store and maintain data generated by the system in order to process it into accurate and timely information according to the needs of the system users. A cross-section of a typical information system reveals that it consists of People (60%), Equipment (10%) and Procedures (30%). They can be Manual, Computerised, or a combination of both. Manual Info Systems consist of filing cabinets, index cards, ledge...
  • Use Of The System
    905 words
    Introduction The restaurant information system will capture aspects of the diner, bar staff, kitchen personnel and management personnel. This paper will assess the information systems that are needed for the restaurant. It will also identify the objects and the classes that are required in a given system. In a restaurant, there are different use cases that are encountered. These use cases play a role in the whole system. Some of the use cases include staff, departments, and the various objects t...
  • Conflicts Without Use Of The Legal System
    1,725 words
    No matter what point in time, whether it be the first days of man's existence or the present day, conflict and dispute has always existed between fellow man. Throughout time, improvements have been made in the methods of settling their disputes. Medieval Icelandic society exemplifies some of the various methods that have been used to settle conflicts through its unique legal system. Depending on the situation and those involved, the settlements ranged from savage blood feuds to ordered sentences...

19 results found, view free essays on page: