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This study was designed to assess the workshop facilities management practices in Technical Colleges of Niger State. Four research questions were formulated to guide the conduct of the study. A descriptive survey research design was employed for the study. The study was carried out in all the Technical Colleges in Niger State. A total of 488 respondents comprising 443 technical teachers and 45 administrators were used as population for the study
Data mining is the art and science of intelligent analysis of (usually large) data sets for meaningful (and previously unknown) insights and is nowadays actively applied in a wide range of disciplines related to agriculture. Association Rule Mining is a powerful tool for generating rules from vast and diversified data such as agricultural datasets. Due to the emerging importance of data mining techniques and methodologies in the area of agriculture, this paper is a survey of some previous researches done in this field. For sustainable growth of agriculture, these methodologies need to be monitored and analyzed optimally.
Teaching and learning activities are challenging area for students and teachers as well. Therefore the aim of this study was to explore the preferences of physiotherapy students in Sri Lanka about various aspects of lecture courses. A structured survey consisting of ten closed-ended questions was developed, and thirty six first year physiotherapy students in the department of physiotherapy, Faculty of Allied health Sciences, University of Peradeniya, Sri Lanka were approached in this study.
Knee soft tissue injuries are more common among rugby players. Thus this study aimed to assess the awareness on acute soft tissue injury management using PRICE principle among rugby players in Kandy zone. A retrospective whole population survey was conducted among under 17 and 19 school level rugby players who had undergone knee soft tissue injuries in Kandy zone, Sri Lanka. A self-administered questionnaire which was developed according to the PRICE principal on acute soft tissue injury management was used as the data collection tool. A total of 45 rugby players in seven rugby playing schools in Kandy zone were participated the study. According to the results none of the players followed the PRICE principle correctly to manage acute soft tissue injuries. Even the players not following all the five components of PRICE principle accurately, they have followed each component separately, such as protection (75%), rest (57%), ice (37%), compression (60%) and elevation (8%).
This study is design to investigate the risk factors and preventive measures in building construction projects in Abuja FCT, Nigeria. A descriptive survey research design was adopted for the study. Two research questions and one hypothesis guided the study. The study was carried out in the entire building construction project in Abuja, Nigeria. A total of 116 respondents comprising 58 contractors and 58 registered site engineers were used as population of the study. A structured questionnaire containing sixty six (66) items was developed by the researcher and used for the study. Cronbach Alpha, Mean and Standard Deviation were used as the statistical tools to analyze the data, while t- test statistic was employed to test the null hypothesis of the study at 0.05 level of significance. The findings of the study revealed among others that contracting companies should identify and adequately quantify project risk factors.
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Gather Lessons learned–An exit survey is provided to each assessor in order to obtain feedback on his or her perspective of the functionality of the web usability assessment tool and the data gathering process.
The paper an attempt has been made to analysis the status of acute respiratory tract infection among children in india. The efforts has been also made to analyze the influence of socioeconomic status of parent where children suffereing from acute respiratory infection. Data has been extracted from National Family Health Survey (2005-06) and District Level Health Survey (2007-8). Cross tabulation and binary logistic regression techniques have been computed to fulfill the requirement of the objectives of the present paper with the help SPSS software. In addition, thematic mapping has been also done with the help of Arc GIS technique. The study reveals that wealth index is a significant factor and it has a positive impact on the treatment seeking behavior of parents. But less educated mother is not significant. In addition, religion, caste and tribes are also significant factors. Sex of child and age of the mother is also important factors to determine health treatment.
Cloud computing refers to the various remote systems interconnected through the internet. We can outsource data, software, infrastructure from the cloud environments. Once we outsource storage there is a possibility for the data for the data to get corrupted or be hacked. The general solution is to stripe the data across multiple servers. In the setting the repair traffic will be high and the fault tolerance will be low. In order to improve the storage efficiency and the repair traffic regenerating codes have been use. In this paper we will discuss about the various regenerating codes that have evolved from time to time.