negative emotion will show because someone is unhappy with other situation and in English this emotion has a smilliar meaning with jealous. Jealous is feeling angry or unhappy because you wish you had something that somebody has (2005:694) However in this context, iri should have a positive emotion because the source language is envy which has a positive emotion compare to jealous and in Indonesian Language only contains the word iri to describe both, envy and jealous. The source language can be translated into, sial, aku iri mobilmu bagus. Sial according to Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia is a person that is unlucky and every effort that they make will never succeed (like difficult to make money, difficult to have partner) (2007:1058). The word sial shows that the character who says sial in the context is having a difficult time in making money and by adding other two words, aku iri, to make the sentence more clear that because he has a difficult time in making money then he becomes iri to know his friend get a really nice car and he wants to have it although it is impossible.
and to prove the integrability of new nonlinear equations [8, 9, 15]. Probably the most important example of such nonlinear PDE is the Degasperis–Procesi equation . Up to our knowledge higher order expansions for nonlinear linearizable equations have not been considered in details. The purpose of this paper is to show that the integrability theorem, stated in , can be extended to the case of linearizable difference equations, providing a way to discriminate between S-integrable, C-integrable and non–integrable lattice equations. The continuous (and thus discrete) higher order C-integrability conditions are, up to our knowledge, presented here for the first time. We apply here the resulting linearizability conditions to a differential-difference dispersive nonlinear equation of the discrete Burgers hierarchy  and its difference-difference analogue.
Knowledge of the behavior of electrical circuits requires the simultaneous solution of a number of equations.The model creation , circuit simulation  and testing , and application of analog circuit and VLSI  require the assisstance of simulation tools. As a general-purpose circuit-simulation program that solves the network equations for the node voltage for nonlinear DC, nonlinear transient, and linear AC analysis, SPICE in its different versions has been the main computer-aided analysis program used in analog design, and diagnosis for researchers, printing circuit board and electrical device manufacture for engineering and in universities and colleges for student education for over 40 years. This widely used spice-softwares, such as pSpice, hSpice, ngSpice, shares same engine which was re-developed or modified on the base of Berkeley's kernel and to provide various interfaces and functions.
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sensors. There are two kinds of station node i.e. router station node and end device station node. End device station node is made for several hierarchical router communications. The advantages of this type of network are: the ability to work with self-forming, self-healing, and support with multi-hop routing, so that the data can through the other router station node if the usual router station node was failure or down. (iii) GPRS network that used as the data transmission in a wider area which results from ZigBee network/station node, and connects to the air pollution monitoring system by accesses the internet. (iv) ZigBee network that used for data transmission between station nodes in the network. (iv) Monitoring centre which display the information which results by node station in WSN with web-based interface application.
SPP based mathematical programming formula for basic VRP. SPP-based formulation is stated as follows : R shows a suitable candidate route route N = 1, · · · , n. Air is a constant that is worth 1 if route r serves customer I and is 0 if route r does not serve customers i. The cost for route r (a combination of fixed costs and variable costs) is expressed by the c r and x r
principle of eficiency and expediency, which provide the foundation so as the housing and residential areas is done by maximizing the potential of the form of land resources, technology design, and healthy building materials industry to provide advantages and beneits for the greater welfare of the people. Fourth , the principle of independence and togetherness, which provides a basis so as the housing and residential areas rests on the initiative, self-reliance, and the role of the public to participate in the procurement and maintenance efforts on aspects of housing and residential areas so as to generate conidence, ability, and strength of their own, as well as the creation of cooperation between stakeholders in the ield of housing and residential areas. Fifth, the principle of partnership, which provides a basis so as the housing and residential areas by the Government and the local government by involving businesses and people, with the principle of mutual need, trust, strengthen and beneit made, either directly or indirectly. Sixth , the principle of harmony and balance, which provides a basis so as the housing and residential areas conducted by achieving harmony between the structure of space and spatial patterns, harmony between human beings with the environment, the balance of growth and development among regions, and considering the signiicant impact on the environment. Seven, the principle of integration, which provides the foundation so that the implementation of housing and residential areas carried out by integrating policies in the planning, implementation, utilization, and control, both intra and inter-agency and related sectors in the whole round and whole, mutually supportive and complementary. Eighth, the principle of health, which provides the foundation for development of housing
narrator. The narrator, who was once an animal lover gradually changed into an animal abuser and killer. I assumed that every motivation to change comes from inside (psychological state) and triggered by external events (alcohol, superstition). In order to prove this assumption, I mostly used Freud’s theory of Thanatos , the death energy that
After doing the research, it is known thata context clue can be one of the techniques in learning English for the students of a foreign language. So, it will be useful for the English teacher to teach vocabulary by using context clues because it is actually much more effective and efficient to use this technique then we ask them to consult their own dictionary every time they find difficulty with a new word.
Chapter 3 is telling more about the project flow from the beginning till the end. In this chapter, it tells the readers about the tools or software that need to be used in order to obtain the desired outcome. As already mentioned before, there are 2 platforms that must be used which known as Athena and Atlas to obtain the results.
According to Configuration Theories (Rumelt 1974; Hambrick 1983), a specific combination of strategy, structure and process that aligns the firm with the external environment leads to performance. Harmonization between external and internal elements is a key ability necessary for a firm to attain competitive advantage (Mintzberg 1983). Therefore, a mis-alignment may result in ineffectiveness or low performance. However, in this particular case, Food Co. adopts a Prospector Business Strategy while at the same time tends to use Sustaining BMI strategy and configures its firm resources as Defender, yet indicate high performance over the last few years. Based on the overall growth of revenue and profitability levels, this firm is able to effectively manage transformations that occured in its business model indicated by its economic performance.
on its merits and balance off in each case the gains and losses resulting from the adoption of the utility concept” (1966, 125). Elements changed as yesterday’s computer utility became today’s cloud-computing system, but it is worthwhile to reflect on how much of Parkhill’s thought is repeated in today’s discussions of cloud services. We are now more likely to ask if a system is scalable rather than if it has the “capacity for infinite growth,” but new terms should not mask the striking conceptual similarities. Parker would go on to play an important role in implementing his vision of the computer utility through the creation of what bore the discernible yet odd name of videotex. This was a computer-based service that delivered information from a central facility to users at terminals in their homes, in public places, and, to a lesser degree, in businesses. Users were able to interact with the service by making specific information requests. Parker helped bring about the most advanced of these systems in a Canadian government-sponsored project named Telidon. Because its use of color images and its processing demands outstripped the capacity of the exist- ing telecommunications network, the system did not advance far out of the starting gate. Nevertheless, simpler systems featuring more manage- able services were widely distributed. The best known of these, France’s Minitel service, brought terminals to libraries, post offices, and other public places, providing users with basic information like the telephone directory, train schedules, information on government services, stock quotes, and the opportunity to chat with fellow users and have messages delivered to a “mail box.” The service provided millions of connections each month and was not retired until 2012 (Sayare 2012). Videotex held great promise as report after report predicted major transformations in every aspect of life, with comparisons made to the automobile and the television (Tydeman et al. 1982).
At least three challenges arise from this aim. First, since the content of EFL college reading is often institutionally prescribed, applying choice and self- selection to such a reading material demands an application of certain strategy. This strategy is expected to counter boredom and disinterest toward the prescribed reading materials. Second, the product of reading instruction itself, i.e. the way students can demonstrate whether they have learned the key concepts and skills, usually takes the form of standardized tests (Januleviciene & Kavaliauskiene, 2002). This also leaves fewer options for students to self-select ways to perform their learning result. Last, self-selection can be of little benefit if it is not related in someway to students themselves. Assor, Kaplan & Roth put the idea precisely, stating that “Choice is good, but relevance is excellent” (2002: 1). Hence it is necessary to consider the relevant criteria used for offering self-selection that most pertinently can promote student’s engagement to reading activities.
But what about the rest of us? The content of value in this book includes not only the ‘basket of soil management options’ but also insights into highland agriculture and the methodology behind how the soil management options were generated. Any reader with academic, research, administrative, political or even a casual interest in the development of tropical high- lands will find valuable information and insights in this book. For example, I can see many of its readers being research students who need to come up to speed with tropical highland agriculture, especially those from a primary discipline other than agriculture.
When processes are developed as described in this book, the real intended value is achieved. However, the related consequences must be understood. While I was helping GEAR (discussed later in the book), the VP of Engineering said that he was also responsible for another group the parent company had acquired. He wanted them to use the processes we were developing for GEAR so they could get to CMMI level 3 as well. The other group produced a differ- ent product from GEAR and was located in a different part of the country. The problem is effective processes have value because they reflect how work is actually done in a specific organization. What gives the stakeholder matrix value is that it provides specific guidance related to who needs to be involved and in what activities, such as who needs to review and approve a design document. This kind of information is unique to each organization. Refer to the example relevant stakeholder matrix provided in Chapter 5. The more specific you can make this matrix with respect to the roles and products in your organization, the more effective it becomes at clarifying process expectations for your people.
The writer built a questionnaire based on the Likert scale with the different level of agreement, it started from strongly disagree, disagree, neutral, agree, and strongly agree. This ordering hopefully helped the participants to choose their feeling about the statements on the questionnaire based on what they felt. The statements on the questionnaire were made by theories from the experts that the writer mentioned in the previous chapter in this study. The statements on the questionnaire consisted of the symptoms and the solutions theories from all the experts. The participants were asked to fill up the questionnaire by choosing one of the levels of agreement in every statement that mentioned on it.