Research Paper On Gps Tracking System
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Wilco Construction Company System Outputs
In a paper consisting of five pages an output system design for Wilco Construction is discussed in terms of system tracking of inner office transactions, employee data storage, and future profitability such a system promises. Three sources are cited in the bibliography.
Health and Alcohol as Perceived by a GP Nurse
In this paper that contains twenty two pages a definition of public health is provided and then individual health needs as identified through Bradshaw's Taxonomy of Needs and Maslow's Hierarchy of Needs are considered in regards to how a GP nurse might perceive the problem of alcohol abuse, the GP nurse's role in this issue and also discusses how improvement program models can be developed. There are twenty three bibliographic sources listed.
A Hypothetical Research Study/Chessie System
A 10 page research paper that offers a proposed research study, that is, a template on how a study might be structured in order to address the efficacy Maryland’s computerized data system that is designed to track the caseloads being addressed by the state’s child protective services. In formulating this guide, the writer first describes Baltimore Child Protective Services and this system, Then, offers a suggested research design. This paper draws heavily on previous papers on this topic, specifically khcpsmd.rtf and khmdcps2.rtf. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Satellites: Contribution To Technology
4 pages in length. The leaps and bounds of technological advancement created a wave of medical, military and space expansion throughout the twentieth century. Indeed, the extent to which satellites have improved man's ability to progress as a species is both grand and far-reaching; that such aspects as medical sensors, GPS systems and space exploration are direct results of such technology speaks to the integral nature of satellites to the human race, planet Earth and beyond. Bibliography lists 6 sources.