The Platform Edge

Author: Dr. Kapil Dev Singh
Editor: Notion Press
ISBN: 1945579242
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A lot has been talked about Platforms, but none is for the traditional enterprises. These enterprises, across industries, are facing huge onslaught of the new age digital startups. The need of the hour for them is to build a digital enabled business model, which can add capabilities for agility, efficiency and ever-readiness for the fleeting market opportunities. The book The Platform Edge- Building a Digital Enabled Business Model, by Dr. Kapil Dev Singh, is the first of its kind book to present a framework for the traditional businesses to become future ready.

The Platform Edge

Author: Mike Ashley
Editor: Tales of the Weird
ISBN: 9780712352031
Size: 17,22 MB
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The Platform Edge is a collection of the greatest stories of strange happenings on the tracks. In this express service to the unknown, phantom passengers join the jostling of the daily commute, a subway car disappears into another dimension without a trace, while a tragic derailment on a lonely hillside in the Alps torments the locals with its horrifying nightly repetition. From the open railways of Europe and America to the pressing dark of the London Underground, The Platform Edge is the perfect traveling companion for unforgettable journeys into the supernatural.

Official Gazette Of The United States Patent And Trademark Office

Author: United States. Patent and Trademark Office
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Official Gazette Of The United States Patent And Trademark Office

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Intelligent Environments

Author: Dorothy Monekosso
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1848003463
Size: 17,26 MB
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Relatively new research ?elds such as ambient intelligence, intelligent envir- ments, ubiquitous computing, and wearable devices have emerged in recent years. These ?elds are related by a common theme: making use of novel technologies to enhance user experience by providing user-centric intelligent environments, - moving computers from the desktop and making computing available anywhere and anytime. It must be said that the concept of intelligent environments is not new and beganwithhomeautomation. Thechoiceofnameforthe?eldvariessomewhatfrom continent to continent in the English-speaking world. In general intelligent space is synonymous to intelligent environments or smart spaces of which smart homes is a sub?eld. In this collection, the terms intelligent environments and ambient int- ligence are used interchangeably throughout. Such environments are made possible by permeating living spaces with intelligent technology that enhances quality of life. In particular, advances in technologies such as miniaturized sensors, advances in communication and networking technology including high-bandwidth wireless devices and the reduction in power consumption have made possible the concept of intelligent environments. Environments such as a home, an of?ce, a shopping mall, and a travel port utilize data provided by users to adapt the environment to meet the user’s needs and improve human-machine interactions. The user information is gathered either via wearable devices or by pervasive sensors or a combination of both. Intelligent environments brings together a number of research ?elds from computer science, such as arti?cial intelligence, computer vision, machine learning, and robotics as well as engineering and architecture.

Chubu Hsst Maglev System Evaluation And Adaptability For Us Urban Maglev

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Triassic Evolution Of The Yangtze Platform In Guizhou Province People S Republic Of China

Author: Paul Enos
Editor: Geological Society of America
ISBN: 0813724171
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Crustal Evolution Of Southern Africa

Author: A. J. Tankard
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1461381479
Size: 13,97 MB
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Syntheses of the geology of major areas of the Earth's crust are increasingly needed in order that the features of, and the problems associated with, the secular evolution of the continents can be understood by a wide audience. Southern Africa is fortunate in having a remarkable variety of geological environments developed without many breaks over 3. 8 Ga, and many of the rock groups are household names throughout the geological world. In one respect the geology of Southern Africa is particularly important: cratonization clearly began as early as 3. 0 Ga ago, in contrast to about 2. 5 Ga in most other continental areas such as North America. This book documents very well the remarkable change in tectonic conditions that took place between the Early and Mid-Precambrian; we have here evidence of the very earliest development of rigid lithospheric plates. This book is a tribute to the multitudes of scientists who have worked out the geology of Southern Africa over many years and decades. Whatever their discipline, each provided a step in the construction of this fascinating story of 3. 8 Ga of crustal development. In the book the reader will find a detailed review of the factual data, together with a balanced account of interpretative models without the indulgence of undue speculation. One of its attractions is its multidisciplinary approach which provides a stimulating challenge to the reader.

Adaag Manual

Author: Evan Terry Associates
Editor: DIANE Publishing
ISBN: 0756702674
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A guide developed by the U.S. Architectural & Transportation Barriers Compliance Board to assist in the use of its Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Accessibility Guidelines (ADAAG) for Buildings & Facilities. It explains some of the basic considerations for accessible design & clarifies specific ADAAG provisions in an effort to address frequently asked questions. Chapters: introduction & information sources; instructions, & minimum requirements; scoping & technical requirements; & special occupancies. It is important that this manual be used with a copy of ADAAG since it does not address or reprint all the information contained in ADAAG.

Encyclopedia Of Caves

Author: William B. White
Editor: Academic Press
ISBN: 0123838339
Size: 12,37 MB
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Encyclopedia of Caves is a self-contained, beautifully illustrated work dedicated to caves and their unique environments. It includes more than 100 comprehensive articles from leading scholars and explorers in 15 different countries. Each entry is detailed and scientifically sound, yet accessible for students and non-scientists. This large-format reference is enchanced with hundreds of full-color photographs, maps, and drawings from the authors' own work, which provide unique images of the underground environment. Global in reach--authors are an international team of experts covering caves from around the world Includes 24 new articles commissioned especially for this 2nd edition Articles contain extensive bibliographies cross-referencing related essays Hundreds of color photographs, maps, charts and illustrations of cave features and biota A-Z sequence and a comprehensive index allow for easy location of topics Glossary presents definitions of all key vocabulary items