Introduction Surveillance is the monitoring of the behavior, activities, or other changing information, usually of people for the purpose of influencing, managing, directing, or protecting them . An automated surveillance system is a substitution for direct human observation. Artificial intelligence algorithms are commonly used to detect what is being observed. There are several aspects of surveillance, some of which include the following: i. Computer and Network surveillance: Monitoring of data stored on one’s computer, computer activity or data being transferred over networks such as the Internet.
Research Question: Does the speed or velocity of the car change due to the magnetic field present? Background information: We know that s=1/2(u+v)t where, v= velocity/speed (m/s), d= displacement (m), t= time (s). u=initial velocity (m/s) When an object moves, it often undergoes changes in speed and motion. The equation used above is an equation of motion, In that specific equation, acceleration is constant acceleration due to gravity. The area of the graph on this equation shows us the rate of change of displacement.
Participants will have driving license. Insturments Survey and experiment technique will used to taking information about driving. Questions will be about predicting before driving, history about their driving and we will make experiment for their driving skill and taking care of traffic rules. In survey question there will be multiple choice to answer so we will estimate statics for their answer. In the experiment there will be some observers to score participants for their driving.
Traffic congestion is a situation on road networks that happens as use increase, and its characteristics are slower speeds, longer trip time along with increased vehicular queueing and it occurs when the demand of traffic is great enough leading to the intersection between vehicles slows the speed of the traffic stream (Wikipedia 2014). Nowadays, with the development of our modern life, traffic congestion is getting worse than ever and it soon becomes one of the biggest concern of the world in the twenty-first century. According to ‘Traffic Congestion and Reliability: Linking Solutions to Problems’ 2013, since 1982, the levels of traffic jams have increased in cities of all sizes leading to many negative impacts on our environment and economy.
IV. RESEARCH METHODOLOGY Phase I- Collection of Data: Questionnaires has been used to collect the following information from user population (i) Basic information (ii) Travelling mode and frequency (iii) Bus shelter design (iv) Ingress and egress issues (v) Handrail size and placement. Appropriate usability rating scale would be used to record the
CHAPTER: 1 INTRODUCTION There are various kinds of forces which act on an automobile vehicle while driving. These forces are responsible for the instability of the vehicle and they also cause rollover of the vehicle if there is more steering angle when it is running at high velocity. • The types of forces acting on an automobile are given below: i. Inertial Forces ii. Centrifugal force iii.
INTRODUCTION Monitoring is a process that has been utilized for a very long time in various sectors but this report focuses on monitoring in the wildlife industry. It is done by observing or keeping track of an animal or a group of animals over a certain period of time in order to check for progress, changes and behaviour and the data that is obtained is analysed and kept under systematic review. Monitoring is very essential as you keep track of various aspects such as habitat utilization. animal movement patterns, poaching incidents and breakouts, epidemics and population demographics and this information is used for management practices/applications and the planning, implementation and removal of strategies. The objective of this study
HRMM055 Management and Organisational Behaviour JOB SATISFACTION AND ATTITUDE & MOTIVATION AT WORK. PREPARED BY A.ANTONY REGESH S.NO. 14400947 Masters of Business Administration CONTENTS Page no. ▪ Introduction (3) ▪ Brief Explanation about Job satisfaction and (3-4) Attitude ▪ Theories explain job satisfaction(5-6) o The Fulfilment theory (5) o The Discrepancy theory(6) o The Equity theory(6) o The Two-factor theory(6) ▪ What does Motivation at work mean?(7) ▪ Motivation Theories(7-10) o Activity theory(7) o Content theory • Maslow’s hierarchy Theory(8) • Alderfer