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1. EventScheduling/TimeAdvance Algorithm(Computer Science) 
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The mechanism of advancing simulation time and guaranteeing that all events occur in correct chronological order is based on the future event list (FEL): This list contains all event notices for events that have been scheduled to occur at a' future time. Scheduling a future event means that at the instant an activity begins, its duration is computed or drawn as a sample from a statistical distribu
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Title: MSCS516B Simulation and Modeling




2. World Views(Computer Science) 
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In this unit, we try to discuss the different world views that the modeler can adopt while developing a simulation model for a specific system. When using a simulation package or even when doing a manual simulation, a modeler adopts a world view or orientation for developing a
model. Those most prevalent are the eventscheduling world view as discussed earlier, the process interaction world view,
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Title: MSCS516B Simulation and Modeling




3. Event Scheduling  Example(Computer Science) 
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In this unit,we present a formal procedure for queue simulation and demonstrate the concepts using an example. In the section that follows, a description of some interesting statistics may be found.
Title: MSCS516B Simulation and Modeling




4. Departmentation(Management Theory and Practice) 
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In this unit,we will acquaint you with the concept of organization structure. In order to provide you some general ideas, we shall first explain the concepts of departmentation and span of control. With a view to facilitate your understanding about the nature of organization structure, we shall explain the various elements as well as the determinants of organizational structure.
Title: MB101 Management Theory and Practice




5. Circulatory and Lymphatic System(Clinical Nutrition and Dietetics) 
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The Circulatory system is a system containing blood vessels, blood and heart which helps to transport lifegiving oxygen, nutrients and hormones to cells throughout the body and toxic waste products from the respective organ. An average adult contains 4.7 to 5.7 liters of blood, which consists of plasma, red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets.
Title: MSc.CND101 Human Physiology




6. Index Data Structures, Hash Based Indexing(Computer Science) 
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A database index is a data structure that improves the speed of data retrieval operations on a database table at the cost of slower writes and increased storage space. Indexes can be created using one or more columns of a database table, providing the basis for both rapid random look ups and efficient access of ordered records. The disk space required to store the index is typically less than that
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Title: MSCS508 Database Management SystemDBMS




7. Density Dependent and Density Independent Factors(Environmental Science and Technology) 
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Density represents the numerical strength of a species in the community in any unit area. Frequency does not provide correct idea of the distribution of any species in particular area, unless it is correlated with other characters, like density etc . The inherent tendency of all animal populations is to increase in number. But this increase in number is, however, not infinite since the carrying ca
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Title: MSc Tech 104 Ecology and Environment




8. Analyzing Control Structures Using A Barometer, Supplementary Examples, Average Case Analysis, Sloving Recurrences(Information Technology) 
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When there are several different algorithms to solve the same problem, one has to decide which one is best suited for their application. An essential tool for this purpose is the analysis of algorithms. Only after determining the efficiency of various algorithms a decision has to be taken. It is largely a matter of judgment, intuition and experience. There are some basic techniques that are often
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Title: MSIT104 Data Structure and Algorithms




9. Basic Computer Organisation(Computer Science) 
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This unit is about the basic computer organization. It describes what a computer is, its types, its functional components, and how does these functional components work together as a system? It also gives you an overview of the basic operational concepts of computers which involves the functional components such as input, output, memory, arithmetic logic unit and control unit. The subsequent modul
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Title: MSCS 503 Computer Architecture




10. Graph as a Data Structure, Graph Representation Based on Sequential Allocation and Linked Allocation(Computer Science) 
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Graph is an important mathematical representation of a physical problem, for example finding optimum shortest path from a city to another city for a traveling sales man, so as to minimize the cost.
Title: MSCS504 Data Structure




11. Control Structures(Mathematics) 
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After studying this unit students will be able to recognize the need for decisionmaking,understand logical and conditional expressions. They will also be able to explain the control of flow of relation operator and describe the Control structure.
Title: Math 3.5 Computer Programming




12. Performance of a Computer System(Computer Science) 
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This unit is about the performance of a computer system. The performance of a computer gives a measure as to how quickly a computer can execute programs. The speed at which a computer performs depends on its associated hardware and its machine language instructions. There are several factors that relate to the performance of computers and all such important factors are discussed in this unit. It
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Title: MSCS 503 Computer Architecture




13. Traversal of Binary Trees and Operations on Binary Trees(Computer Science) 
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Traversal is the process of visiting all the vertices of the tree in a systematic order. Systematic means that every time the tree is traversed it should yield the same result. This process is not as commonly used as finding, inserting, and deleting nodes. One reason for this is that traversal, is not particularly fast. But traversing a tree has some .surprisingly useful applications and is theore
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Title: MSCS504 Data Structure




14. The Open Mapping Theorem, Closed Graph Theorem(Mathematics) 
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In this unit, students are introduces to the concept of Open mapping theorem and Closed graph theorem.
Title: Math 3.3 Functional Analysis




15. Uniform Bounded Principle(Mathematics) 
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In this unit, students are introduced to the concept of Uniform bounded principle (the Banach  Steinhaus theorem).
Title: Math 3.3 Functional Analysis




16. Metric Spaces, Completeness(Mathematics) 
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In this unit, we introduce the concept of metric spaces. We give the
properties of metric spaces and some theorems related to metric space.
Finally, we explain the Metric Completion Theorem.
Title: Math 3.3 Functional Analysis




17. International Information Systems and Services: UNESCO, MEDLARS, INSPEC, BIOSIS(Library and Information Science) 
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Just as INSDOC, which is set up with the aim of providing information services to the entire nation, we have similar institutions and organisations set up at the international level. The main purpose of any of these services, be it national, global or limited only to a library is to facilitate access or to disseminate information in order to help people in problem solving. Some of these organisati
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Title: BLI55 Information Sources and Services




18. Portfolio Management and Security Analysis_Question Paper 1June / July 2008(Portfolio Management and Security Analysis) 
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Portfolio Management and Security Analysis_Question Paper 1June / July 2008
Title: M.B.A Fourth Semester_Question Papers




19. Uniform Convergence and Continuity, Uniform Convergence and Differentiability, Uniform Convergence and Integrability (Mathematics) 
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Point wise convergence is not enough to preserve properties of sequences. In other words, if a sequence of functions has some property like continuity(or differentiablility or integrability) and converges pointwise, then the limit function mayor may not have the same property. But uniform continuity is good enough to preserve continuity, but does not preserve differentiability.
Title: Math 2.2 Real Analysis II




20. PredictorCorrector Methods and Stiff System(Mathematics) 
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We shall discuss the application of the explicit and implicit multistep methods for the solution of the initial value problems in this unit.
Title: Math 2.4 Numerical Analysis




21. The Properties and Classes of Integrable Functions(Mathematics) 
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In this unit we shall study the algebraic properties of the RiemannStieltje 's integral. i. e. sum, difference and product of two RS integrable functions are again RS integrable.
Title: Math 2.2 Real Analysis II




22. Fundamentals of Logic(Mathematics) 
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In this chapter, we study the structure of simple and compound statement through various logical connectives and different type of combination of statements.
Title: Math 1.4 Discrete Mathematics




23. The Derivative of a Function, Mean Value Theorems, Taylor Theorem, Maxima and Minima(Mathematics) 
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The derivative of a function y = f(x) at a point x = c represents the instantaneous rate of change of the function f(x) with respect to the independent variable x at the point c. It is equal to the slope of the tangent to the function at point x = c In other words, dy/dx. = tan theta where theta is the angle between the tangent to the function at x = c and the x axis. The derivative finds applicat
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Title: Math 2.2 Real Analysis II




24. Histology of Liver (Histology) (Zoology) 
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Liver lobuleBile Canaliculi, Portal Area or Portal Canal, Blood Supply, gall bladder....
Title: Zoology Volume V




25. Histology of Liver (Histology) (Zoology) 
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Liver lobuleBile Canaliculi, Portal Area or Portal Canal, Blood Supply, gall bladder....
Title: Zoology Volume V






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