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|Изобразительное искусство. Скульптура Издательство Книга по Требованию|
Test: Test the offer using short Google Adwords advertising campaigns (three hours to set up and five days of passive observation). Divest or Invest: Cut losses with losers and manufacture the winner(s) for sales rollout. LetБЂ™s use two people, Sherwood and Johanna, and their two product ideasБЂ”French sailor shirts and a how-to yoga DVD for rock climbersБЂ”as case studies of what the testing steps look like and how you can do the same. Sherwood bought a striped sailing shirt in France while traveling last summer, and upon returning to NYC has been continually approached by 20БЂ“30-year-old males on the street who want to know where to get their own. Sensing an opportunity, he requests back issues of NYC-based weekly magazines aimed at this demographic and calls the manufacturer in France for pricing. He learns that he can purchase shirts at a wholesale price of $20 that sell for $100 retail. He adds $5 per shirt to account for shipping to the U.S. and arrives at a per-shirt cost of $25. ItБЂ™s not quite our ideal markup (4x vs. 8БЂ“10x), but he wants to test the product regardless ...
|Design For Interaction. User-Friendly Graphics|
В издании рассматриваются примеры удачного интерфейса - дизайна для активного общения с покупателем - созданные 18 web-дизайнерами.
|Intercultural Interaction: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Intercultural Communication|
|The theory of interaction|
In the monograph it is justified the calculation approach of electromagnetic and gravitational interactions of moving bodies, in which the space, time and mass do not depend on the movement.
|Fiscal and Monetary Policy Interaction. The Sustainability of Public Debt|
It attempts to elucidate the most general problems which may in principle arise in describing the logic of this interaction.
|Laser/Microstructure Interaction and Ultrafast Heat Transfer. Optical Nanolithography and Plasmonics|
It is shown in this text that laser/microstructure interaction can break the diffraction limit, creating nanoscale surface modifications in both localized and parallel fashions.
|TELEHEALTH CONSUMER-PROVIDER INTERACTION. A CHRONIC DISEASE INTERVENTION IN AN UNDESERVED POPULATION|
Non-communicable or chronic illness including cardiovascular disease, cancer, respiratory disease and diabetes are leading causes of morbidity and mortality.
|Q-mediated antitermination in binding and function Regions of E. coli RNA polymerase required for ? ? Q interaction with E. coli RNA polymerase for antitermination.|
Phage ? Q protein is a transcriptional antiterminator that is required for late gene expression from the pR’ promoter when ? prophage decides to follow the lytic pathway. ? Q modifies Escherichia coli RNA polymerase (RNAP) at the early elongation stage. Once engaged, ? Q maintains itself as a subunit of the elongation complex throughout the elongation. Studies show that ? Q confers RNAP resistance to both intrinsic and ? -mediated terminators and less pausing.
|College Students with Visual Disabilities. Preferences for Effective Interaction|
This book offers suggestions for disability awareness training that focuses on eliminating attitudinal barriers while providing a foundation for understanding the needs of persons with visual disabilities.
|Partial interaction analysis of composite beams. A direct stiffness approach|
Based on this model, a direct stiffness approach is formulated considering linear-elastic material properties.
|Affective Information in Human-Computer Interaction|
His results suggest that emotions play an important role in human-computer interaction.
|Goodness-of-Fit in Infancy. Maternal and Infant Temperaments and Their Relationship to Quality of Interaction and Maternal Reflective Function|
Hypothesized relationships between easy maternal and infant temperaments and high quality interaction are not supported by the author’s findings, but intriguingly, mothers who rate themselves as much more difficult in temperament than their infants have higher quality interactions than other mothers.
|Testing Latent Variable Interaction Effect. dealing with data nonnormality and model misspecification|
The book discusses the effects of data nonnormality, model misspecification, sample size, and effect size on testing latent variable interactions through an inspection of the Joereskog and Yang' s (1996) model. Mattson' s (1997) method was used to generate nonnormal latent variables in this Monte Carlo study.
|Seismic Response of Isolated Bridges accouting for SSI Effects. Nonlinear Seismic Response of Isolated Bridges accounting for Soil Structure Interaction Effects|
The analytical models used for the study were selected on the basis of initial evaluation of different models proposed in the literature to represent a bridge structure and to evaluate the isolation pads’ nonlinear behavior.
|Facilitating the design and support of adaptive e-learning. Models to assist the tutor|
The first model focuses on how to support the design task of staff.
|Dimensions of Questioning in the Classroom. Teachers’ questioning and classroom interaction|
It showcases techniques of critiquing research to situate one’s study in the existing literature of the topic, triangulation of the findings from the various instruments to inform the phenomenon investigated; and discussing and reporting on a qualitative study.
|MULTIMODALITY IN MISE-EN-SCENE COMMUNICATION. Research on language and social interaction in scenographic settings|
|The Sound of Silence. Silent and Filled Pauses in English as a Lingua Franca Business Interaction|
Reflecting on the limitations involved in the analysis of conversational ' silences' , this volume provides a good account of the factors to be taken into consideration when trying to pin down the significance of such a volatile and ' semantically empty' phenomenon. This book offers one of the first case studies of silent and filled pauses (' er/m' ) in English as a lingua franca (ELF) business interaction, i. e. in English used as a contact language between people for whom it is not the first language.
|SOIL STRUCTURE INTERACTION FOR SHRINK-SWELL SOILS. A NEW DESIGN PROCEDURE FOR FOUNDATION SLABS ON SHRINK-SWELL SOILS|
A number of topics are covered that needed to be addressed in the development of the method. They include: a new laboratory test to determine the soil diffusivity based on measuring soil sample volume changes, instead of suction measurements, with time; a design chart relating the soil diffusivity at field to soil diffusivity determined at lab addressing network of soil cracks; the derivation of a new closed form solution for the soil mound shape by using Mitchell’s equations for moisture diffusion under a partially covered soil; the results of suction change at the soil surface based on finite element simulations of a weightless cover on shrink-swell soils; new design procedure for slab-on-grade foundations on shrink-swell soils based on soil-structure-weather interaction finite element analyses.
|Rule discovery from gene expression data and effective protein interaction inference in molecular structures Computational algorithms for protein-protein interaction detection.|
The above two approaches allow molecular biologists to use both gene expression data and three dimensional folded protein structures to efficiently predict or validate potential protein- protein interactions.
|From evolutionary competition to social interaction Four multi-agents economic models.|
The four works may appear very heterogeneous but they are actually so more in approach that in spirit.