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Secure management system for website of E-libra...
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In today's the electronic libraries are being created for diverse communities and in the different fields , in which large numbers of users are distributed geographically can access the contents of large and diverse repositories of electronic objects such as ,images ,audio and video. In this book MySQL database and php is used to design the web site of special university and the electronic library is upload as a part of this web site ,this electronic library specified for the students of this university only and They can accessed it from anywhere at any time via internet through web browser.This electronic library take an important role in E-learning to simplify many thing to the students .This work is designed by using various programming languages such HTML, CSS for the design of E-library Graphical User Interfaces (GUI), PHP as a server side scripting language and MySQL Database a Relational Database Management system (RDMS) to build the database of the designed E-library System.

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Stand: 25.05.2020
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Digital Library of IIUC
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The Digital Library of International Islamic University Chittagong, i.e IIUCDL is developed with its goal to offer collecting resources on different fields that is comprehensive and could be used by anyone, anywhere and at anytime. The objective of developing Digital Library of IIUC is also to provide students with a convenient method to access specific information from the digital library in completing their projects or assignments. Digital Library of IIUC would contribute to enrich information system. Functions that are provided by the IIUC Digital Library system are search and retrieve, indexing list, registration, feedback, and the administration tools to upload information.During implementation, three areas of development were taken into consideration, which are programming development, database development and web page design. Every single task has its own problem but was solved by reading reference books and seeking help from others. In the stage of testing and evaluation, different testing techniques were applied to ensure that the system fulfilled its functional and non-functional requirements.

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Economic and Financial Modelling with EViews
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This practical guide in Eviews is aimed at practitioners and students in business, economics, econometrics, and finance. It uses a step-by-step approach to equip readers with a toolkit that enables them to make the most of this widely used econometric analysis software. Statistical and econometrics concepts are explained visually with examples, problems, and solutions.Developed by economists, the Eviews statistical software package is used most commonly for time-series oriented econometric analysis. It allows users to quickly develop statistical relations from data and then use those relations to forecast future values of the data. The package provides convenient ways to enter or upload data series, create new series from existing ones, display and print series, carry out statistical analyses of relationships among series, and manipulate results and output. This highly hands-on resource includes more than 200 illustrative graphs and tables and tutorials throughout.Abdulkader Aljandali is Senior Lecturer at Coventry University in London. He is currently leading the Stochastic Finance Module taught as part of the Global Financial Trading MSc. His previously published work includes Exchange Rate Volatility in Emerging Markers , Quantitative Analysis , Multivariate Methods & Forecasting with IBM SPSS Statistics and Multivariate Methods and Forecasting with IBM® SPSS® Statistics . Dr Aljandali is an established member of the British Accounting and Finance Association and the Higher Education Academy.Motasam Tatahi is a specialist in the areas of Macroeconomics, Financial Economics, and Financial Econometrics at the European Business School, Regent's University London, where he serves as Principal Lecturer and Dissertation Coordinator for the MSc in Global Banking and Finance at The European Business School-London.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Social Communities and Open Innovation
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Communications - Multimedia, Internet, New Technologies, grade: 1,7, University of Applied Sciences Münster, course: Strategic Management, language: English, abstract: 'Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth' states Peter F. Drucker. Innovation is the introduction of new things, ideas or ways of doing something according to the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. But if we go deeply into its meaning, innovating is not only creating something new but rather creating something new that is made useful for people (McKeown, 2008). Innovation is a positive change that can be reflected in new products, services, processes and even business models. There is a very important difference between an innovation and an invention. An invention is the process of concreting an idea and turning it into reality, which can be a product. Nevertheless this product will be an innovation only if it fulfils the demands of a specific market and creates value for the consumers. In other words, an innovation is the commercialization of an invention. Once having understood the importance of innovation this paper will take you through the different sources of innovation and the open innovation model, so it makes it easier to follow the relation and the influence social communities have on them. To give a background for the content of this paper it is important that some concepts are understood. For starters, Web 2.0 is the interactive and collaborative Internet, where people not only can download applications and read information online, but rather upload files and share things in a dual way of communication with other people online. People interact with other users and can give their opinion on everything whenever they want to. It is through social communities that people interact mainly with each other by wr

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Social Communities and Open Innovation
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Communications - Multimedia, Internet, New Technologies, grade: 1,7, University of Applied Sciences Münster, course: Strategic Management, language: English, abstract: 'Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth' states Peter F. Drucker. Innovation is the introduction of new things, ideas or ways of doing something according to the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. But if we go deeply into its meaning, innovating is not only creating something new but rather creating something new that is made useful for people (McKeown, 2008). Innovation is a positive change that can be reflected in new products, services, processes and even business models. There is a very important difference between an innovation and an invention. An invention is the process of concreting an idea and turning it into reality, which can be a product. Nevertheless this product will be an innovation only if it fulfils the demands of a specific market and creates value for the consumers. In other words, an innovation is the commercialization of an invention. Once having understood the importance of innovation this paper will take you through the different sources of innovation and the open innovation model, so it makes it easier to follow the relation and the influence social communities have on them. To give a background for the content of this paper it is important that some concepts are understood. For starters, Web 2.0 is the interactive and collaborative Internet, where people not only can download applications and read information online, but rather upload files and share things in a dual way of communication with other people online. People interact with other users and can give their opinion on everything whenever they want to. It is through social communities that people interact mainly with each other by writing, commenting and sharing posts, comments, articles, photos, videos and applications among other things.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Journalist's Guide to Media Law
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We are all journalists and publishers now: at the touch of a button we can send our words, sounds and images out to the world. No matter whether you're a traditional journalist, a blogger, or handling social media for a company, everything you publish or broadcast is still subject to the law. But which law?This widely used practical guide to communication law is essential reading for anyone who writes or broadcasts professionally, online or in traditional media. It shows how to publish or upload what you want, while staying on the right side of the law and behaving ethically.This fifth edition has been substantially revised to reflect the international nature of online media. It covers defamation, contempt, confidentiality, privacy, trespass, intellectual property, and ethical regulation, as well as the special challenges of commenting on criminal allegations and trials. Recent cases and examples are used to illustrate key points and new developments. It includes a new chapter on the law of public relations, freelancing and media entrepreneurship.Whether you work in a news room, in public relations or marketing, or blog from home, make sure you have The Journalist's Guide to Media Law at your side.'Whether you're an MSM editor or reporter, a blogger, a tweeter or a personal brand, this book might save your bacon.' - Jonathan Holmes, former ABC Media Watch host'The leading text book from which most journos learned their law' - Margaret Simons, Director of Centre for Advancing Journalism, University of Melbourne

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Social Communities and Open Innovation
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Communications - Multimedia, Internet, New Technologies, grade: 1,7, University of Applied Sciences Münster, course: Strategic Management, language: English, abstract: 'Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth' states Peter F. Drucker. Innovation is the introduction of new things, ideas or ways of doing something according to the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. But if we go deeply into its meaning, innovating is not only creating something new but rather creating something new that is made useful for people (McKeown, 2008). Innovation is a positive change that can be reflected in new products, services, processes and even business models. There is a very important difference between an innovation and an invention. An invention is the process of concreting an idea and turning it into reality, which can be a product. Nevertheless this product will be an innovation only if it fulfils the demands of a specific market and creates value for the consumers. In other words, an innovation is the commercialization of an invention. Once having understood the importance of innovation this paper will take you through the different sources of innovation and the open innovation model, so it makes it easier to follow the relation and the influence social communities have on them. To give a background for the content of this paper it is important that some concepts are understood. For starters, Web 2.0 is the interactive and collaborative Internet, where people not only can download applications and read information online, but rather upload files and share things in a dual way of communication with other people online. People interact with other users and can give their opinion on everything whenever they want to. It is through social communities that people interact mainly with each other by wr

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Judenbild in den Flugschriften des 16. Jahrhund...
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Although I wished that the database published here on an optical disc would have been made available online, certain legal aspects made it necessary to resort to the medium of a CD-ROM. Winfried Frey has spent many years researching the topic of anti-Jewish Propaganda in sixteenth-century German literature and here he, together with Andrea Frölich, finally presents the result of their work. With the invention of the printing press the public was increasingly inundated with publications of all sorts, and the broadsheet was one of the most effective genres to achieve the desired effects. But comments about Jews can be found in many other genres as well, though Frey and Frölich limit their investigation to broad-sheets. And they have a corpus that is already huge enough. They do not make all these texts available by copying them here; instead they make them accessible through a number of search options and by providing much valuable background information. There are 219 files on this CD-ROM, and each one can be opened in multiple catego-ries. Each text is identified, if possible, by first name, last name, title, publication date, loca-tion of the text today (sometimes up to four), the book where it has been published in modern times, biography of the author, themes and motifs, the structure of the argument against Jews, references to alternative publications (such as in Luthers works), nonbiblical and biblical references in the text, lexica and monographs where the individual text has been treated, and other secondary literature. The most important features, apart from the collection of these documents in the first place, prove to be the search key for author, title, theme, motif, structure of the argument, biblical, and nonbiblical references. Once having reached any point, one only needs to click on 'Hauptlayout,' and one is immediately back to the critical window with all the crucial information, where the search can continue in a different direction. There is also the Option to print out any or all the files. Frey and Frölich have made great efforts to introduce their readers to each individual text with füll erudition, analyzing the content, the structure, the intentions, the target of the anti-Jewish Propaganda, and explaining the writer's purposes and approaches. Searching for 'Judensau,' for instance, we come, first of all, to a window for Luthers text 'Von den Juden und ihren Lügen,' but then we can simply click on the forward button and so find our way through the entire collection. In order to get more detailed information about a specific text, we only have to click on 'Hauptlayout' again and find ourselves back at the relevant site. There are nine broadsheets that deal with the motif of 'Judensau,' as a little button on the top left informs us. We can do the same search via that button, but the result is then the same. Technically I had some difficulties, particularly when switching between the various search options. For instance, 'Sachs' also yields 'Sachsen,' but clicking forward I got quickly to where I wanted to be. Since Sachs's works have been published, all that was nec-essary to find the specific passage and page only required clicking on 'Hauptlayout' once again. Trying to end a search, however, did not result in the desired return to the main page; instead I was stuck in the last search. But this is a minor problem, and I simply had to return to the very beginning to Start afresh. Secondary literature seems to be up to date, at least up to 2007, but one cannot search for bibliographic information, which would be, at any rate, not pertinent to the purpose of this wonderful CD-ROM. The wealth of information and its easy accessibility are fantastic, and considering that it costs only EUR20.00 suggests that it should be acquired by anyone inter-ested in this topic. The authors are to be thanked for having published their work in this modern and interactive fashion. The next Steps might be to create a CD-ROM with the pri-mary texts as well, and then to upload everything to a Web site for free access. Reviewed by: Albrecht Classen, University of Arizona

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.05.2020
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Social Communities and Open Innovation
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Seminar paper from the year 2010 in the subject Communications - Multimedia, Internet, New Technologies, grade: 1,7, University of Applied Sciences Münster, course: Strategic Management, language: English, abstract: 'Innovation is the specific instrument of entrepreneurship. The act that endows resources with a new capacity to create wealth' states Peter F. Drucker. Innovation is the introduction of new things, ideas or ways of doing something according to the Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary. But if we go deeply into its meaning, innovating is not only creating something new but rather creating something new that is made useful for people (McKeown, 2008). Innovation is a positive change that can be reflected in new products, services, processes and even business models. There is a very important difference between an innovation and an invention. An invention is the process of concreting an idea and turning it into reality, which can be a product. Nevertheless this product will be an innovation only if it fulfils the demands of a specific market and creates value for the consumers. In other words, an innovation is the commercialization of an invention. Once having understood the importance of innovation this paper will take you through the different sources of innovation and the open innovation model, so it makes it easier to follow the relation and the influence social communities have on them. To give a background for the content of this paper it is important that some concepts are understood. For starters, Web 2.0 is the interactive and collaborative Internet, where people not only can download applications and read information online, but rather upload files and share things in a dual way of communication with other people online. People interact with other users and can give their opinion on everything whenever they want to. It is through social communities that people interact mainly with each other by writing, commenting and sharing posts, comments, articles, photos, videos and applications among other things.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 25.05.2020
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