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Application of Life Cycle Analysis in the Capital Assets Industry By Robert Prieto
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In the book Life Cycle Analysis (LCA)is defined as the assessment of the total cost or benefit of an asset over its lifetime. Also referred to as Whole Life Costing (WLC) or Life Cycle Value... More > Analysis (LCVA). LCA systematically considers all relevant costs and revenues associated with the acquisition, ownership and disposal of an asset. It considers associated risks and uncertainties. Importantly, LCA supports a comprehensive assessment of sustainability by considering all benefits and impacts within a Triple Bottom Line (TBL) Framework< Less
Life-Cycle Analysis of Energy Systems By Abdullah Alkhatatba
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Life-cycle assessment of new energy solutions plays an important role in discussions about global warming mitigation options and the evaluation of concrete energy production and conversion... More > installations.< Less
Armed Robotic Systems Emergence: Weapons Systems Life Cycles Analysis And New Strategic Realities By Robert J. Bunker
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This important monograph focuses on the emergence of armed robotic systems on the early 21st- century battlefield and the new strategic realities that their fielding may entail. It utilizes a little... More > known—yet decades old—weapons systems life cycle analytical approach, to place these warfighting technologies in a larger strategic context. This is provided by means of case studies focusing on the developmental progression of the knight from the 9th through the 16th century, the battleship from the 19th through the 20th century, and the tank from the 20th into the 21st century. This progression follows experimental, institutionalized, ritualized, and satirized life cycle phases in which a weapons system is first worked out for battlefield deployment, is then optimized as it matures, later becomes increasingly obsolete as it passes its prime, and finally is suicidal to use as advanced warfighting technologies move beyond it.< Less
LOGICAL ANALYSIS OF I.T. CHANGES By Andreas Sofroniou
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The LOGICAL ANALYSIS OF I.T. CHANGES may have many responsibilities, but the most important of all is the ability to identify and positively execute plans to manage the changes threatening the... More > objectives. Through a process of structured interviews and plans the Logical Analysis is used to highlight the specific requests for changes, which may turn into risks. During the interviews the analysis is used to capture the key changes from the interviewees. In turn, the Logical Analysis provides a life-cycle process, which highlights the primary prioritisation of the changes. The process commences by identifying the most important changes, which may become threats to a project. These are given priority, support and management expertise. Once the prioritisation exercise is completed, the participating people are notified and subsequently interviewed to bring out and capture any possible changes they may have.< Less
LOGICAL ANALYSIS OF I.T. CHANGES By Andreas Sofroniou
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The LOGICAL ANALYSIS OF I.T. CHANGES may have many responsibilities, but the most important of all is the ability to identify and positively execute plans to manage the changes threatening the... More > objectives. Through a process of structured interviews and plans the Logical Analysis is used to highlight the specific requests for changes, which may turn into risks. During the interviews the analysis is used to capture the key changes from the interviewees. The Logical Analysis provides a life-cycle process, which commences by identifying the most important changes, which may become threats to a project. These are given priority, support and management expertise. Once the prioritisation exercise is completed, the participating people are notified and subsequently interviewed to bring out and capture any possible changes they may have. Within this programme, projects are prioritised to ensure that those most critical to the programme's success are given priority to scarce resources.< Less
Fatigue Design Techniques: Vol. II - Low-Cycle and Multiaxial Fatigue By Marco Antonio Meggiolaro & Jaime Tupiassu Pinho de Castro
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This second volume of the series describes strain-life approaches through the eN method, used when local plasticity at notch tips, where fatigue cracks typically originate, requires that the analysis... More > follow the stress-strain behavior on a cycle-by-cycle basis. Such a low-cycle approach takes into account the elastoplastic material response, obtained from uniaxial stress-strain relations or multiaxial incremental plasticity calculations, including notch effects. Crack initiation under multiaxial non-proportional loads is also thoroughly discussed, with fatigue life predictions based either on high-cycle or low-cycle damage models.< Less
eAnalyst Redbook Business Analysis Quick Start Guide By DeEtta Jennings-Balthazar
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This quick start guide is the first published book of the e-Analyst Redbook series. The book starts with describing the role of the business analyst. It is broken down into the various phases of the... More > Software Development Life-cycle and walks you through conducting interviews, gathering requirements, documenting requirements and communicating Stakeholders and with each member of the project team.< Less
Microcontroller Market Analysis and Segment Forecast, 2012 to 2020 By susan hill
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A microcontroller (MCU) is a semiconductor IC used in numerous embedded applications. A typical MCU chip includes core, processer memory and programmable output/input peripherals. Microcontrollers... More > are cheaper and smaller than microprocessors, which makes it to control numerous devices and processes digitally. They are used mainly in devices that need a significant degree of control which are utilized by the user. Growing automotive industry is anticipated to be a major driver for the market over the next five years. In addition, high degree of rivalry in the industry has resulted in price cuts, which is anticipated to further fuel the market growth. Industrial segment is also a key contributor to the overall market. There is an increasing need for agility and flexibility in the industrial ecosystem due to declining product life-cycles. Increased innovative technical developments in consumer electronics is expected to provide positive avenues to market growth over the forecast period.< Less
Business Analysis Quick Start Guide: e-Analyst Redbook By DeEtta Jennings-Balthazar
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The Author, DeEtta Balthazar has over 20 years of experience in Business and Systems Analysis and is the Owner/CEO of E-Choice Solutions Consulting. The motivation for writing the series of... More > e-Analyst Quick Start Guides is to provide an affordable resource as well as real-world work experience for individuals seeking a career in Business Analysis. The Introduction to Business Analysis provides approach, tool, and technique guidance for performing business analysis activities using a step-by-step approach. This includes tasks associated with participation throughout the Project or Application lifecycles: Software Development Life-Cycle Methodologies, requirement gathering techniques, Stakeholder and User interviewing techniques and sample templates.< Less
Half Life By Geoffrey P. Forster
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In Half Life Forster documents a detailed study of corporate survival trends, and examines and extends the existing landscapes, tools, models and indexes used to monitor the corporate life cycle.... More > Forster goes on to describe the creation of a new business fitness landscape model, introduces two new business risk parameters, creates a new business diversity fitness index, and completes a macro analysis of the extinction rates associated with the 100 largest corporations in the United States. With these new tools Forster establishes a new model for viewing the mean life and half life of large corporations and for studying the impact that related and unrelated diversification in industry participation has on a corporation's effective lifespan. Forster suggests that established corporations don’t survive just by being the fittest, but that they survive rapid discontinuous change by finding a new optimum position in a new business fitness landscape.< Less

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