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Marketing Plan Templates for Enhancing Profits
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Marketing Plan Templates for Enhancing Profits ab 41.49 € als Taschenbuch: . Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

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Mental Models: Thinking Tools to Increase Your ...
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Mental models are simulations created by the mind to make sense of the world and predict. They are tools the mind uses for thinking and making decisions. Phil Johnson-Laird and Ruth Byrne have proposed the idea of mental models to explain how humans think.Models can be three-dimensional objects that people, like ownership or negation, can rotate in their minds or abstract concepts that cannot be visualized. Mental models can be compared to the blueprint of an architect or the DNA model of a biologist, with the distinction that mental models are abstract images that are intangible and not physical. Models can be drawn from a wide range of fields: economics, biology, military, engineering, math, etc. For another, a model derived from one domain may serve as an analogy. The theoretical number of mental models is infinite. But some, including Shane Parrish, suggest that you research various mental models to enhance your thought. He has compiled a comprehensive collection of models from different domains that are useful for application to many problem types. Examples include first-thought principles based on fundamental facts rather than referring to what you already know (analogies).Mental models allow for creative problem-solving by enhancing the ability of an individual to reason. We can simplify decision-making, too. A conceptual model is simply a description of the workings of something. We cannot hold all of the world's complexities in our minds, so we use templates to streamline the vast amount of information into understandable and organized chunks.The chapters discussed in this audiobook include:Mental ModelsThe Power of Our MindWhat Is Your Mental Model?Thinking Tools to Increase Your ProductivityCreative Thinking Skills         Effective Mental Tools to Get Creative Solutions to ProblemsDecision Making Mistakes to AvoidWhat are you waitin 1. Language: English. Narrator: DMS. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/187160/bk_acx0_187160_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.

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Mathematics Unit Planning in a PLC at Work®, Gr...
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What exactly do your students need to know by the end of each unit of mathematics study throughout the school year? This practical resource empowers teacher teams to collectively plan for and deliver highly effective units of study in grades 6-8. The authors clearly outline how to generate essential learning standards, create a team unit calendar, identify prior knowledge, and complete many other essential collaborative tasks. Use this resource to provide intermediate grade-level students with a more equitable mathematics learning experience Understand how to collaboratively plan mathematics units in grades 6-8 as a professional learning community (PLC). Study the seven unit-planning elements and learn how to incorporate each in essential unit design. Review the role of the PLC at Work® process in enhancing student learning and teacher collaboration. Observe three model units, one for each grade, for ratios and proportional reasoning. Receive tools and templates for effective unit planning. Contents: Acknowledgments Table of Contents About the Authors Introduction Part One: Mathematics Unit Planning and Design Elements Chapter 1: Planning for Student Learning of Mathematics in Grades 6-8 Chapter 2: Unit Planning as a Collaborative Mathematics Team Part Two: Proportional Reasoning Unit Examples, Grades 6-8 Chapter 3: Grade 6 Unit--Ratios and Rates Chapter 4: Grade 7 Unit--Proportional Reasoning Chapter 5: Grade 8 Unit--Linear Functions and Equations Epilogue: Mathematics Team Organization Appendix A: Create a Proficiency Map Appendix B: Team Checklist and Questions for Mathematics Unit Planning References and Resources Index

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Mathematics Unit Planning in a PLC at Work®, Gr...
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What exactly do your students need to know by the end of each unit of mathematics study throughout the school year? This practical resource empowers teacher teams to collectively plan for and deliver highly effective units of study in grades 6-8. The authors clearly outline how to generate essential learning standards, create a team unit calendar, identify prior knowledge, and complete many other essential collaborative tasks. Use this resource to provide intermediate grade-level students with a more equitable mathematics learning experience Understand how to collaboratively plan mathematics units in grades 6-8 as a professional learning community (PLC). Study the seven unit-planning elements and learn how to incorporate each in essential unit design. Review the role of the PLC at Work® process in enhancing student learning and teacher collaboration. Observe three model units, one for each grade, for ratios and proportional reasoning. Receive tools and templates for effective unit planning. Contents: Acknowledgments Table of Contents About the Authors Introduction Part One: Mathematics Unit Planning and Design Elements Chapter 1: Planning for Student Learning of Mathematics in Grades 6-8 Chapter 2: Unit Planning as a Collaborative Mathematics Team Part Two: Proportional Reasoning Unit Examples, Grades 6-8 Chapter 3: Grade 6 Unit--Ratios and Rates Chapter 4: Grade 7 Unit--Proportional Reasoning Chapter 5: Grade 8 Unit--Linear Functions and Equations Epilogue: Mathematics Team Organization Appendix A: Create a Proficiency Map Appendix B: Team Checklist and Questions for Mathematics Unit Planning References and Resources Index

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A Tour of C++
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The new C++11 standard allows programmers to express ideas more clearly, simply, and directly, and to write faster, more efficient code. Bjarne Stroustrup, the designer and original implementer of C++, thoroughly covers the details of this language in his definitive reference, The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition. That reference is essential for anyone who truly wishes to master this language. In A Tour of C++, Stroustrup excerpts several early chapters from the complete reference, expanding and enhancing them to serve a different purpose: He aims to give an experienced programmer—in as short a time as possible—a clear idea of what constitutes modern C++. In this concise, self-contained guide, Stroustrup covers most major language features and the major standard-library components—not, of course, in the same depth as in his larger reference, but to a level that gives programmers a meaningful overview of the language, some key examples, and practical help in getting started. Stroustrup presents the most important C++ features in the context of the programming styles they support, such as object-oriented and generic programming. While not exhaustively detailed, his tour is still remarkably comprehensive. Coverage begins with the basics, then ranges widely through more advanced topics, including some that are important in the new C++, such as improved containers, random numbers, and concurrency. The tour ends with a discussion of C++ extensions and compatibility. This guide will not teach you how to program (see Stroustrup’s Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ for that need); nor will it be the only resource you’ll require for C++ mastery (see Stroustrup’s The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition, for a start on that goal). If, however, you are a C or C++ programmer needing greater familiarity with the current C++ language, or a programmer versed in another language wishing to gain an accurate picture of the nature and benefits of C++, you can’t have a better introduction than this tour provides. Product Description The C++11 standard allows programmers to express ideas more clearly, simply, and directly, and to write faster, more efficient code. Bjarne Stroustrup, the designer and original implementer of C++, thoroughly covers the details of this language and its use in his definitive reference, The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition. In A Tour of C++, Stroustrup excerpts the overview chapters from that complete reference, expanding and enhancing them to give an experienced programmer–in just a few hours–a clear idea of what constitutes modern C++. In this concise, self-contained guide, Stroustrup covers most major language features and the major standard-library components–not, of course, in great depth, but to a level that gives programmers a meaningful overview of the language, some key examples, and practical help in getting started. Stroustrup presents the C++ features in the context of the programming styles they support, such as object-oriented and generic programming. His tour is remarkably comprehensive. Coverage begins with the basics, then ranges widely through more advanced topics, including many that are new in C++11, such as move semantics, uniform initialization, lambda expressions, improved containers, random numbers, and concurrency. The tour ends with a discussion of the design and evolution of C++ and the extensions added for C++11. This guide does not aim to teach you how to program (see Stroustrup’s Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ for that); nor will it be the only resource you’ll need for C++ mastery (see Stroustrup’s The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition, for that). If, however, you are a C or C++ programmer wanting greater familiarity with the current C++ language, or a programmer versed in another language wishing to gain an accurate picture of the nature and benefits of modern C++, you can’t find a shorter or simpler introduction than this tour provides. Preface ix Chapter 1: The Basics 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Programs 1 1.3 Hello, World! 2 1.4 Functions 3 1.5 Types, Variables, and Arithmetic 5 1.6 Scope 8 1.7 Constants 8 1.8 Pointers, Arrays, and References 9 1.9 Tests 12 1.10 Advice 14 Chapter 2: User-Defined Types 15 2.1 Introduction 15 2.2 Structures 16 2.3 Classes 17 2.4 Unions 19 2.5 Enumerations 20 2.6 Advice 21 Chapter 3: Modularity 23 3.1 Introduction 23 3.2 Separate Compilation 24 3.3 Namespaces 26 3.4 Error Handling 27 3.5 Advice 31 Chapter 4: Classes 33 4.1 Introduction 33 4.2 Concrete Types 34 4.3 Abstract Types 39 4.4 Virtual Functions 42 4.5 Class Hierarchies 42 4.6 Copy and Move 48 4.7 Advice 56 Chapter 5: Templates 59 5.1 Introduction 59 5.2 Parameterized Types 59 5.3 Function Templates 62 5.4 Concepts and Generic Programming 62 5.5 Function Objects 64 5.6 Variadic Templates 66 5.7 Aliases 67 5.8 Template Compilation Model 68 5.9 Advice 68 Chapter 6: Library Overview 71 6.1 Introduction 71 6.2 Standard-Library Components 72 6.3 Standard-Library Headers and Namespace 72 6.4 Advice 74 Chapter 7: Strings and Regular Expressions 75 7.1 Introduction 75 7.2 Strings 75 7.3 Regular Expressions 78 7.4 Advice 84 Chapter 8: I/O Streams 85 8.1 Introduction 85 8.2 Output 86 8.3 Input 87 8.4 I/O State 89 8.5 I/O of User-Defined Types 90 8.6 Formatting 91 8.7 File Streams 92 8.8 String Streams 92 8.9 Advice 93 Chapter 9: Containers 95 9.1 Introduction 95 9.2 vector 96 9.3 list 100 9.4 map 101 9.5 unordered_map 102 9.6 Container Overview 103 9.7 Advice 104 Chapter 10: Algorithms 107 10.1 Introduction 107 10.2 Use of Iterators 108 10.3 Iterator Types 111 10.4 Stream Iterators 112 10.5 Predicates 113 10.6 Algorithm Overview 114 10.7 Container Algorithms 115 10.8 Advice 115 Chapter 11: Utilities 117 11.1 Introduction 117 11.2 Resource Management 117 11.3 Specialized Containers 121 11.4 Time 125 11.5 Function Adaptors 125 11.6 Type Functions 128 11.7 Advice 131 Chapter 12: Numerics 133 12.1 Introduction 133 12.2 Mathematical Functions 134 12.3 Numerical Algorithms 135 12.4 Complex Numbers 135 12.5 Random Numbers 136 12.6 Vector Arithmetic 138 12.7 Numeric Limits 138 12.8 Advice 138 Chapter 13: Concurrency 141 13.1 Introduction 141 13.2 Tasks and threads 142 13.3 Passing Arguments 143 13.4 Returning Results 144 13.5 Sharing Data 144 13.6 Waiting for Events 146 13.7 Communicating Tasks 147 13.8 Advice 151 Chapter 14: History and Compatibility 153 14.1 History 153 14.2 C++11 Extensions 158 14.3 C/C++ Compatibility 161 14.4 Bibliography 166 14.5 Advice 168 Index 171 The new C++11 standard allows programmers to express ideas more clearly, simply, and directly, and to write faster, more efficient code. Bjarne Stroustrup, the designer and original implementer of C++, thoroughly covers the details of this language in his definitive reference, The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition. That reference is essential for anyone who truly wishes to master this language. In A Tour of C++, Stroustrup excerpts several early chapters from the complete reference, expanding and enhancing them to serve a different purpose: He aims to give an experienced programmer—in as short a time as possible—a clear idea of what constitutes modern C++. In this concise, self-contained guide, Stroustrup covers most major language features and the major standard-library components—not, of course, in the same depth as in his larger reference, but to a level that gives programmers a meaningful overview of the language, some key examples, and practical help in getting started. Stroustrup presents the most important C++ features in the context of the programming styles they support, such as object-oriented and generic programming. While not exhaustively detailed, his tour is still remarkably comprehensive. Coverage begins with the basics, then ranges widely through more advanced topics, including some that are important in the new C++, such as improved containers, random numbers, and concurrency. The tour ends with a discussion of C++ extensions and compatibility. This guide will not teach you how to program (see Stroustrup's Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ for that need); nor will it be the only resource you'll require for C++ mastery (see Stroustrup's The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition, for a start on that goal). If, however, you are a C or C++ programmer needing greater familiarity with the current C++ language, or a programmer versed in another language wishing to gain an accurate picture of the nature and benefits of C++, you can't have a better introduction than this tour provides.

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A Tour of C++
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The new C++11 standard allows programmers to express ideas more clearly, simply, and directly, and to write faster, more efficient code. Bjarne Stroustrup, the designer and original implementer of C++, thoroughly covers the details of this language in his definitive reference, The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition. That reference is essential for anyone who truly wishes to master this language. In A Tour of C++, Stroustrup excerpts several early chapters from the complete reference, expanding and enhancing them to serve a different purpose: He aims to give an experienced programmer—in as short a time as possible—a clear idea of what constitutes modern C++. In this concise, self-contained guide, Stroustrup covers most major language features and the major standard-library components—not, of course, in the same depth as in his larger reference, but to a level that gives programmers a meaningful overview of the language, some key examples, and practical help in getting started. Stroustrup presents the most important C++ features in the context of the programming styles they support, such as object-oriented and generic programming. While not exhaustively detailed, his tour is still remarkably comprehensive. Coverage begins with the basics, then ranges widely through more advanced topics, including some that are important in the new C++, such as improved containers, random numbers, and concurrency. The tour ends with a discussion of C++ extensions and compatibility. This guide will not teach you how to program (see Stroustrup’s Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ for that need); nor will it be the only resource you’ll require for C++ mastery (see Stroustrup’s The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition, for a start on that goal). If, however, you are a C or C++ programmer needing greater familiarity with the current C++ language, or a programmer versed in another language wishing to gain an accurate picture of the nature and benefits of C++, you can’t have a better introduction than this tour provides. Product Description The C++11 standard allows programmers to express ideas more clearly, simply, and directly, and to write faster, more efficient code. Bjarne Stroustrup, the designer and original implementer of C++, thoroughly covers the details of this language and its use in his definitive reference, The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition. In A Tour of C++, Stroustrup excerpts the overview chapters from that complete reference, expanding and enhancing them to give an experienced programmer–in just a few hours–a clear idea of what constitutes modern C++. In this concise, self-contained guide, Stroustrup covers most major language features and the major standard-library components–not, of course, in great depth, but to a level that gives programmers a meaningful overview of the language, some key examples, and practical help in getting started. Stroustrup presents the C++ features in the context of the programming styles they support, such as object-oriented and generic programming. His tour is remarkably comprehensive. Coverage begins with the basics, then ranges widely through more advanced topics, including many that are new in C++11, such as move semantics, uniform initialization, lambda expressions, improved containers, random numbers, and concurrency. The tour ends with a discussion of the design and evolution of C++ and the extensions added for C++11. This guide does not aim to teach you how to program (see Stroustrup’s Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ for that); nor will it be the only resource you’ll need for C++ mastery (see Stroustrup’s The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition, for that). If, however, you are a C or C++ programmer wanting greater familiarity with the current C++ language, or a programmer versed in another language wishing to gain an accurate picture of the nature and benefits of modern C++, you can’t find a shorter or simpler introduction than this tour provides. Preface ix Chapter 1: The Basics 1 1.1 Introduction 1 1.2 Programs 1 1.3 Hello, World! 2 1.4 Functions 3 1.5 Types, Variables, and Arithmetic 5 1.6 Scope 8 1.7 Constants 8 1.8 Pointers, Arrays, and References 9 1.9 Tests 12 1.10 Advice 14 Chapter 2: User-Defined Types 15 2.1 Introduction 15 2.2 Structures 16 2.3 Classes 17 2.4 Unions 19 2.5 Enumerations 20 2.6 Advice 21 Chapter 3: Modularity 23 3.1 Introduction 23 3.2 Separate Compilation 24 3.3 Namespaces 26 3.4 Error Handling 27 3.5 Advice 31 Chapter 4: Classes 33 4.1 Introduction 33 4.2 Concrete Types 34 4.3 Abstract Types 39 4.4 Virtual Functions 42 4.5 Class Hierarchies 42 4.6 Copy and Move 48 4.7 Advice 56 Chapter 5: Templates 59 5.1 Introduction 59 5.2 Parameterized Types 59 5.3 Function Templates 62 5.4 Concepts and Generic Programming 62 5.5 Function Objects 64 5.6 Variadic Templates 66 5.7 Aliases 67 5.8 Template Compilation Model 68 5.9 Advice 68 Chapter 6: Library Overview 71 6.1 Introduction 71 6.2 Standard-Library Components 72 6.3 Standard-Library Headers and Namespace 72 6.4 Advice 74 Chapter 7: Strings and Regular Expressions 75 7.1 Introduction 75 7.2 Strings 75 7.3 Regular Expressions 78 7.4 Advice 84 Chapter 8: I/O Streams 85 8.1 Introduction 85 8.2 Output 86 8.3 Input 87 8.4 I/O State 89 8.5 I/O of User-Defined Types 90 8.6 Formatting 91 8.7 File Streams 92 8.8 String Streams 92 8.9 Advice 93 Chapter 9: Containers 95 9.1 Introduction 95 9.2 vector 96 9.3 list 100 9.4 map 101 9.5 unordered_map 102 9.6 Container Overview 103 9.7 Advice 104 Chapter 10: Algorithms 107 10.1 Introduction 107 10.2 Use of Iterators 108 10.3 Iterator Types 111 10.4 Stream Iterators 112 10.5 Predicates 113 10.6 Algorithm Overview 114 10.7 Container Algorithms 115 10.8 Advice 115 Chapter 11: Utilities 117 11.1 Introduction 117 11.2 Resource Management 117 11.3 Specialized Containers 121 11.4 Time 125 11.5 Function Adaptors 125 11.6 Type Functions 128 11.7 Advice 131 Chapter 12: Numerics 133 12.1 Introduction 133 12.2 Mathematical Functions 134 12.3 Numerical Algorithms 135 12.4 Complex Numbers 135 12.5 Random Numbers 136 12.6 Vector Arithmetic 138 12.7 Numeric Limits 138 12.8 Advice 138 Chapter 13: Concurrency 141 13.1 Introduction 141 13.2 Tasks and threads 142 13.3 Passing Arguments 143 13.4 Returning Results 144 13.5 Sharing Data 144 13.6 Waiting for Events 146 13.7 Communicating Tasks 147 13.8 Advice 151 Chapter 14: History and Compatibility 153 14.1 History 153 14.2 C++11 Extensions 158 14.3 C/C++ Compatibility 161 14.4 Bibliography 166 14.5 Advice 168 Index 171 The new C++11 standard allows programmers to express ideas more clearly, simply, and directly, and to write faster, more efficient code. Bjarne Stroustrup, the designer and original implementer of C++, thoroughly covers the details of this language in his definitive reference, The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition. That reference is essential for anyone who truly wishes to master this language. In A Tour of C++, Stroustrup excerpts several early chapters from the complete reference, expanding and enhancing them to serve a different purpose: He aims to give an experienced programmer—in as short a time as possible—a clear idea of what constitutes modern C++. In this concise, self-contained guide, Stroustrup covers most major language features and the major standard-library components—not, of course, in the same depth as in his larger reference, but to a level that gives programmers a meaningful overview of the language, some key examples, and practical help in getting started. Stroustrup presents the most important C++ features in the context of the programming styles they support, such as object-oriented and generic programming. While not exhaustively detailed, his tour is still remarkably comprehensive. Coverage begins with the basics, then ranges widely through more advanced topics, including some that are important in the new C++, such as improved containers, random numbers, and concurrency. The tour ends with a discussion of C++ extensions and compatibility. This guide will not teach you how to program (see Stroustrup's Programming: Principles and Practice Using C++ for that need); nor will it be the only resource you'll require for C++ mastery (see Stroustrup's The C++ Programming Language, Fourth Edition, for a start on that goal). If, however, you are a C or C++ programmer needing greater familiarity with the current C++ language, or a programmer versed in another language wishing to gain an accurate picture of the nature and benefits of C++, you can't have a better introduction than this tour provides.

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Marketing Plan Templates for Enhancing Profits
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Matching cloud services with TOSCA
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The OASIS TOSCA specification aims at enhancing the portability of cloud-based applications by defining a language to describe and manage service orchestrations across heterogeneous clouds. A service template is defined as an orchestration of typed nodes, which can be instantiated by matching other service templates. In this thesis, after defining the notion of exact matching between TOSCA service templates and node types, we define three other types of matching (plug-in, flexible and white-box), each permitting to ignore larger sets of non-relevant syntactic differences when type-checking service templates with respect to node types. We also describe how service templates that plug-in, flexibly or white-box match node types can be suitably adapted so as to exactly match them.

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Enhancing Biometric Authentication Using Visual...
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A reliable identity management system is urgently needed in order to combat the epidemic growth in identity theft and to meet the increased security requirements in a variety of applications. Biometric authentication establishes the identity of a person based on who he is", rather than what he knows" or what he possess . There are usually two very serious criticisms against biometric technology that have not been addressed satisfactorily, biometrics are not secrets and enrolled biometric templates are not revocable. The first fact implies that the attacker has a ready access to the legitimate biometric trait (e.g., facial image finger print of an enrolled user of the biometric system) and, therefore, could fraudulently inject it into the biometric system to gain access. The second fact implies that when a biometric trait has been compromised , the legitimate user has no recourse to revoking the trait. In this work, we devise a technique that complements the weakness of a biometric system by Combining both biometrics and a Visual based challenge response for access control, thus Enhancing Biometric System Using Visual-Based Challenge Response, having considered human factor.

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