Research Paper On Digital Signal Processing

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  • The Digital Divide - 6 Blogs

    This 12 page paper looks at different issues concerning the digital divide, written in the style of 6 blog entries. Subjects considered include looking at what it meant by the digital divide, how the digital divide manifests, how the digital divide may simply be a part of larger social inequalities, the policies that have been used to try and minimize the digital divide, how it may undermine democracy and the global digital divide. The bibliography cites 17 sources.

  • Digital and Analog Systems of Communications

    In seven pages the differing functions and purposes of these two signals are compared and contrasted with the trend turning more definitively in the direction of digital communications technology. Five sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • The Potential Influence of the Digital Revolution on Society

    Information technology is change the way in which society operates, the writer assess this the potential impacts on a country, using Ireland as an example. The paper starts with a description and definition of digital information and then discusses the concept of a digital revolution, determining that information technology has the digital devolution rather than digital revolution. This is followed consideration of the way in which the changes which have been observed impact on society. Five sources are cited in the bibliography this six page paper.

  • The Process of Coloring Carpets

    The writer discusses changes that have occurred in the process of carpet coloring in recent years, including the digital carpet printing. The writer focuses on digital coloring and how it relates to quality, cost, colorfastness and other factors. The paper is seven pages long and there are four sources listed in the bibliography.

  • Image Records For The ARMA

    3 pages in length. Working toward the ultimate goal of a paperless society, one of the most critical steps in this process has been the advent of digital electronic imaging as a means by which to store records. The process of converting paper documents over to their digitized counterparts has become an instrumental component in the overall processes of recordkeeping, not the least of which includes allowing for greater productivity in the absence of endless paper records. Because digital electronic imaging incorporates the single or combined application of text, graphics, handwritten or machine generated, it has proven a viable resource for virtually every type of industry and organization. Bibliography lists 3 sources.

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