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Chapter 1 Introduction 1.1 Introduction to Wireless Body Area Networks (WBAN) There are several challenges being faced when the human body is monitored within the medical health applications due to which a wireless sensing network is applied. The common concept of data acquisition is found...
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Abstract Women have always played an important role in Computer Science findings, but its history has always been written by men. Nowadays men outnumber women by 3 times of all computing occupations in the US, but still women prove to be essential on the development...
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There are many distinct ramifications of engaging in sexting as someone under the age of 18 and the details of which are often misunderstood or either widely unknown. The biggest one being the legal punishments that go along with it and its ambiguity. Sexting is...
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The worldwide web. A trap, a blessing and quite frankly the most powerful, life changing yet life threatening tool to exist in the modern age. The extent of the impact of the Digital Age, referring to sometimes being noted as the “Information Age”, is sought...
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If you are a smartphone user and don’t have TikTok app is your phone then you are really blessed my dear. If you don’t have TikTok app then you must have seen the videos of many friends on social media. We all have seen these...
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Why do I want to study computer science? Simple question. This course will give me the proper knowledge which will allow me to succeed in my future vocation with greater opportunities. I am an enthusiastic and hard-working person who is ready to face any challenges...
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This short paper is intended to describe for the layman why Jim Gray won so many awards, culminating in his being selected to receive the 1998 ACM Turing Award, arguably the “Nobel Prize of Computer Science”. It briefly summarizes his main contributions to our field....
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The heated debate between Pinker and Wieselter over the combination of Science and Humanities raises the issue of whether a border should exist between the two. Firstly, it is clear that Steven Pinker was defending science from the criticisms of both uneducated fundamentalism and jealous...
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In the field of arts management, audience engagement is an increasingly important and influential area of study. As the arts sector strives to create a more accessible, participatory and democratic experience for audience members, it has become more and more important to accurately measure the...
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Digital Humanities implies the multi‐purposing and multiple channeling of humanistic knowledge. Digital Humanities is a channel gate for analog, digitized, and born-digital software tools, which help in research and teaching, and learning programs. ‘Digital Humanities is methodological by nature and interdisciplinary in scope. It involves...
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Introduction “A Greatly Unexplored Area”: Digital Curation and Innovation in Digital Humanities’ is an article authored by Alex H. Poole. Functioning as a professor’s assistant at Drexel University (particularly under the College of Computing and Informatics), of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Poole has written many articles in...
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Introduction Within the wide complexity of therapeutic and health humanities, there are various ponders that certify few disciplinary that bolster the comprehension of students. One of these is “Science, Technology, and Human Health: The Value of STS in Medical and Health Humanities Pedagogy” written by...
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Before going into interviewing Adam Kiel I have no idea what I should expect. I do not have any background with what it is like to be a Software Engineer except what I have learned so far in the Software Engineering Freshman Seminar class I...
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A Risk management software (RMS), is enterprise software that is designed to help businesses manage, and ultimately reduce the impact of risk. RMS may use data from existing operations or work on a predictive basis using future projections, to help organizations better manage and improve...
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Cyberwarfare refers to a massively coordinated digital assault on a government by another government, or by large groups of people. It is the action by a state actor to penetrate another nation’s computers and networks for the purpose of causing damage or disruption. Cyberwarfare has...
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Australia’s Cyber security strategy sets out the Australian Government’s philosophy for advancing and protecting the interests of Australian individuals, businesses, and government in an online environment. Broadly speaking, the cyber security responsibility of an organization is to assure confidentiality, integrity, and availability of digital information...
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Introduction Cyber crimes mean, crimes done with the help of electronic gadgets like hacking, phishing, and spamming. With the development of electronic use, crimes also take shelter under the internet. Various privacies are getting opened up through the internet. We can find everything on the...
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Introduction Bullying has become very popular in our society, bullying comes in different types, physical, and the cyber-attack from the internet, bullying can be defined/ referred to as negative and insulting words of confrontation that come directly from another person, however, to be more specific,...
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Abstract Technology is the beacon of light in the world of education and bewitches almost everyone towards it including learners, teachers, and content creators. Education is no exception to missing the tide of technological change which navigates the learning world with a sea of innovations...