The characters were described in time and with no rush; hence, resulting in a considerable easy way of remembering each one. As the plot goes by, the sceneries and actions were taken in sequence and with proper allocation. There were no rumble of thoughts and incidences; everything went in a smooth flow throughout the story. The Last Leaf had been written creatively even though it did not have any flashbacks. The time span of The Last Leaf was suitable and enough to support the story itself as a whole.
Digital Restoration of Archaeological Heritage Supriya Deshpande Dept of CSE PESIT, South Campus Bangalore-560100 Ms.Preeti Sangamesh Asst.Professor, Dept. of CSE PESIT-South Campus Bangalore - 560100 Abstract: Virtual Restoration of archaeological heritage stems from the need to create a clearer and better image of the beautiful historic monuments now in ruins. It gives the viewer a sense and feel of how the heritage originally looked. For this, there are many restoration projects of the major historic sites, paintings etc, going on across the world. Computers have been introduced to archaeology and cultural heritage as tools for promoting scientific work and as electronic aids for providing users with substantial information on archaeological heritage.
All kinds of data can be stored in database. (Annual Attendance, Subject marks) Easy to access necessaries data in any time. We can reduce the data duplication and redundancy. We can add data into database easy. It is a safe mode to storing data.
Betts (1999) felt that digital information is at risk of disappearing or cannot to be access because of the deterioration of storage media such as magnetic tapes. Thumbed quickly will become ever-changing data formats and the fact that software and hardware. New hardware and software are replacing the products and ways used to record, store and retrieve digital information on cycles for two to five years. Stephens (2000), archival institutions around the world have operated programs to preserve records possessing archival value that are worthy of permanent preservation. These programs have been organised next to the around physical paper records, microfilm, and other visible record media.
As Hastings (1996) cited in Laili and Haliza (2012) says it is more important that digital librarians possess particular personal qualities rather than specific technical expertise. This is refer to the information professionals that they must change and adapt to the new electronic information environment. He or she must keep learning about new technologies and be aware of the strengths and weaknesses of them. These information professionals within the libraries are playing an increasing role in dealing with information in forms of electronic
The former require the interaction of a user or needs the user to be in attendance. The results of transaction processing system for each transaction are immediately available and there is no delay. To accomplish the performance, reliability and consistency,
Information technology is the one of the vital forces of this age, which is play a major role in human activities. The rapid change in technology is made it difficult for libraries and library services. In 21st century library professionals role has changed due to technological changes in libraries. Presently among library professional, computer knowledge is must. Computer skills of library professionals can able to take more advantage of technology to improve the library culture.