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Failure to Launch : From Big Data to Big Decisions; Why velocity, variety and volume is not improving decision making and how to fix it

By: Forte Wares

The key to making big data initiatives a success lies within making the produced data more digestible and usable in decision making, rather than making it just ‘more,’ resulting in the creation of an environment wherein information is used to generate real impact. Put another way, the survival of Big Data is more about making the right data(not just higher volume) available to the right people (not just higher variety) at the right time (not just higher velocity)....

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The Business of Domain Names

By: Nicolae Sfetcu

Business of buying, selling, developing and monetizing Internet domain names. On the Internet, the Domain Name System (DNS) associates various sorts of information with so-called domain names; most importantly, it serves as the “phone book” for the Internet: it translates human-readable computer hostnames. Domaining is the business of buying, selling, developing and monetizing Internet domain names. Such domain name portfolios often include cleverly chosen and highly marketable generic domain names, or domains whose registrations had lapsed yet still retain reasonable traffic. There is sometimes no actual intent to use any of the domain names with the exception of generating advertising revenue through domain parking. ...

Business of buying, selling, developing and monetizing Internet domain names.

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Iritel Beograd - Company Product Catalogue : IRITEL OTP10G - OTN/DWDM 10G, ODS2G5 - SDH/SONET, OTS622 - SDH/SONET, SUNCE+, SUNCE-M NMS, IP ETHERNET TDM

By: Iritel Beograd

IRITEL (www.iritel.com) Company Product Catalogue - OTP10G - OTN/DWDM 10G Optical Transport Systems - ODS2G5 - SDH/SONET 2G5 Optical Transport Systems - OTS622 - SDH/SONET 622M Optical Transport Systems - SUNCE+ - NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NMS) FOR IRITEL OTN DWDM SDH SONET AND ACCESS SYSTEMS - SUNCE-M - NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NMS) FOR IRITEL SDH SONET AND ACCESS SYSTEMS - INTERFACE CONVERTERS TDM OVER IP, IP OVER TDM - TELECOMMUNICATION POWER SUPPLY - RADIO SYSTEMS...

IRITEL (www.iritel.com) Company Product Catalogue - OTP10G - OTN/DWDM 10G Optical Transport Systems - ODS2G5 - SDH/SONET 2G5 Optical Transport Systems - OTS622 - SDH/SONET 622M Optical Transport Systems - SUNCE+ - NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NMS) FOR IRITEL OTN DWDM SDH SONET AND ACCESS SYSTEMS - SUNCE-M - NETWORK MANAGEMENT SYSTEM (NMS) FOR IRITEL SDH SONET AND ACCESS SYSTEMS - INTERFACE CONVERTERS TDM OVER IP, IP OVER TDM - TELECOMMUNICATION POWER SUPPLY - RADIO SYSTEMS...

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Unmanned Space Project Management : Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter: Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter

By: Erasmus H. Kloman

NASA commissioned a study of the management of the Surveyor and Lunar Orbiter projects.

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Technology Horizons : A Vision for Air Force Science and Technology 2010–30, Vol. 1

By: Office of the US Air Force Chief Scientist

Technology Horizons is our vision for key Air Force science and technology investments over the next decade that will provide us with truly game-changing capabilities to meet our strategic and joint force responsibilities. The coming decades hold high promise for amazing new capabilities across the air, space, and cyber domains. Yet the Air Force and our nation will also be confronted with substantial strategic, technology, and budget challenges. Our greatest advances will come with a focused investment of resources in the most promising technologies. The vision in Technology Horizons provides the shared awareness of the challenges and opportunities that will enable us to achieve this focus....

LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS . . . . . vii FOREWORD BY THE SECRETARY OF THE AIR FORCE AND CHIEF OF STAFF OF THE AIR FORCE . . . . ix PREFACE BY THE CHIEF SCIENTIST OF THE AIR FORCE . . . . xi ACKNOWLEDGMENTS . . . . xv EXECUTIVE SUMMARY . . . . . xvii 1 INTRODUCTION . . . . 1 A Vision for Air Force Science and Technology 2010–30 . . . . 1 Lessons Learned from Prior Air Force Science and Technology Visions . . . . 5 Organization and Conduct of Technology Horizons . . . . . 8 Organization of Results from Technology Horizons . . . . . 14 Caveats . . . . 16 2 STRATEGIC CONTEXT FOR AIR FORCE S&T 2010–30 . . . . . 19 Relation to National Security Objectives . . . . . 21 Technology-Derived Challenges to Air Force Capabilities . . . . . 22 Strategic Implications of S&T Globalization . . . . 38 Federal Budget Implications for Air Force S&T Strategy . . . . . 41 3 ENDURING REALITIES FOR THE AIR FORCE 2010–30 . . . . . 43 Ensuring Interoperability with Legacy Systems . . . . 43 Sustainment Costs for Legacy Systems . . . . . 43 Importance of Low-Observable Systems . . . . 44 Energy Costs and Availability . . . . . 44 Growing Role ...

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Trendsiters Digital Content and Web Technologies

By: Sam Vaknin

Essays dedicated to the new media, doing business on the web, digital content, its creation and distribution, e-publishing, e-books, digital reference, DRM technology, and other related issues....

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Wright Flyer Paper : Electronic Combat Support for an Expeditionary Air Force; The Lessons of History, Vol. 15

By: LCDR James C. Rentfrow, USN

Why was the United States Air Force (USAF) so resistant to the idea of dedicated suppression of enemy air defenses and electronic countermeasures support for its strikers? Why had they given the electronic combat (EC) mission almost entirely to the Navy? Was the technology of stealth really the driving force, or was there more? They needed money and technology to make them work. In short, I found the four elements of the model I propose in this paper....

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Indie Game Development with C# & XNA

By: Dan Violet Sagmiller

I've taught many college classes on game development. All the while had trouble selecting training materials. Eventually I started creating my own training materials. Class after class I would improve the content based on the students reactions/retention. Now I have a book that I used in my own classes....

Space Ghost: "Moltar, I have a gigantic brain, capable of turning any machine into a simple yes or no answer." Kathy Konfident: "Despite the fact that Space Ghost, immediately after, destroyed the machine he was working with, his description of AI (albeit accidental) was accurate. AI is simply turning an array of data into a simple yes or no question and acting on it."...

Who is this book for? Game Design Brain Storming Session Code Name & Genre 30 Second Commercial Why will the Game be Fun? Why will the Game Sell? Similar Game Comparison Player Stories Proofs Management The Roles The Team The Resources Keep it Fun Coding the Console Variables Decisions Loops While GUI Properties Window Load Event Buttons & Boxes Loops: For…Next Countdown… Score & Scope ListBox and TextBox Scrolling in Color Method to the Madness. Object Oriented Programming Programming with CLASS Class Variables and Variable Classes Generic List of For Each Overriding ToString Inheritance Interfaces Overriding Equals Overloading Methods Constructors Static Variables Overriding Operators Properties vs Variables Making the Game / Architecture Game Design Document To Sprint or to Waterfall? Sprint 1, Working Environment Sprint 2, Adding the Ship Sprint 3, Moving the Ship Sprint 4, Screen Lock the Ship Sprint 5, Add a Star Field Sprint 6, Shoot… Sprint 7, Thrust Sprint 8, a Challenger Appears Sprint 9, Target Practice Sprint 10, Polish the dust Sprint 11, Si...

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Jumpstart to Software Quality Assurance : Volume First

By: Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy

Software Quality Assurance is a specialized activity and it contributes in building capable processes in organization. This book details the different knowledge areas and provides practical insight which is required for software quality analyst to quickly grasp and start being productive within days, and contributes to build such capable processes. This book details the basics of quality assurance, relevant techniques and methods used in quality assurance. What is in there? • A quick description of various knowledge areas in software quality assurance • Frequently used tools and techniques in Software quality assurance • Sample cases to understand the concepts Why this book? • A simple ready recknor for SQA • Mix of pragmatic and theoretical elaborations • Industry specific and current needs of Industry is taken care • Short book for quick read Who should read? • People who are interested in making a career in software quality assurance • Who are interested in understanding Quality assurance • Who are leading an organization and wants to set up the Quality assurance function ...

Audit Expectations: An audit is expected to check, does the Quality System meet the requirements of the relevant Quality System Standard/model or Contract? Does the organization do what the Quality System specifies? Is the Quality System, as implemented, effective in ensuring maintenance and improvement of the quality of products and services? Audit is not an alternative to an inspection operation and cannot serve as a crutch to an ineffective inspection or quality system Types of Audit: • First Party Audit (Internal Audits) • Second Party Audit (Customer Audits) • Third Party Audit (Audit Agencies) Horizontal and Vertical Audits: • Horizontal Audit - Assess same aspect in all projects. • Vertical Audit - Assess all aspects in one project • forward tracking • backward tracking • Hybrid Audits - Mixing Horizontal and Vertical Audits Audit Team: One or more auditors conducting an audit, supported if needed by Technical Experts. The auditors are lead by Lead Auditor. One or more auditees represent the function or the organization. Lead Auditor Responsibilities: (Second party and Third party audits) • Negotiate scope ...

Quality Fundamentals Quality Assurance Functions Lifecycle Models Project Management Configuration Management Software Estimation Risk and Issue Management Tailoring and Waivering Software Engineering - Development Service Management Reviews Metrics Core SQA Activities Quality Audits Quality Control Tools and Basic Statistics Standards (ISO 9001, 20000, 27001) and Models (CMMI, PCMM) Agile Scrum Earned Value Analysis Reference Sites ...

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Affiliate Assassin to Create Targeted Affiliate Marketing Campaigns : Affiliate Assassin, Volume 84: Affiliate Assassin

By: Jeffrey Benson

Discover how to create laser targeted affiliate marketing campaigns

you can literally start making money online in a matter of a few days, even a few hours.

INTRODUCTION TO AFFILIATE ASSASSIN 3 CHOOSING THE RIGHT PRODUCTS 4 MONEY WITH REVIEW SITES 13 CATER TO HUNGRY BUYERS 13 HOW TO MAKE MONEY WITH AN AMAZON REVIEW SITE 19 MAKING MONEY WITH CPA OFFERS 22 LIST BUILDING PROFIT PLAN 27 THE TOOLS YOU NEED 28 CREATING A HIGH CONVERTING SQUEEZE PAGE 36 INCENTIVE OFFERS: UP CLOSE 41 PROMOTING YOUR SQUEEZE PAGE FOR MAXIMUM PROFITS 42 LIST BUILDING OVERVIEW 49 QUICK AFFILIATE CASH STRATEGIES 51 DESPERATE MARKET PROFITS 55 LAUNCHING YOUR CAMPAIGNS 65 KEYWORD RESEARCH MADE EASY 66 MARKETING YOUR AFFILIATE CAMPAIGNS 72 GENERATE TRAFFIC FROM BACKLINKS 75 GENERATE TRAFFIC FROM SOCIAL MEDIA SITES 78 GENERATE TRAFFIC FROM DIRECTORIES 80 ...

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Improving the Management of an Air Campaign with Virtual Reality

By: Major James E. Haywood, USAF

This thesis evaluates the near-term military utility of virtual reality (VR) and its component technologies to the battle management of an air campaign. It presumes a large-scale air campaign on the order to that in the Gulf War where air operations were continuous, prolonged, and intense. The research concludes by assessing the viability and implication of a military decision to invest in a VR-enhanced air battle management system. Recommendations are given for areas in need of further research and development....

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Transport Bombers : A Conceptual Shift in Precision-Guided Munitions Delivery

By: Major Bryan J. Benson, USAF

This study addresses three main questions to determine the transport bomber’s usefulness. The first is whether commanders can use such an aircraft in ways that truly enhance force application and mobility operations without unduly undermining one in favor of the other? The answer, because of technology enhancements and budget constraints, is definitely yes. The second question targets technology, specifically, by asking whether engineers could place some elements of both missions on a single aircraft? Again, the answer appears to be positive. This study analyzes budgetary and operational constraints in an attempt to answer the question of the appropriate force mix. ...

1 INTRODUCTION . . . . . .1 Notes . . . . . . . . . .3 2 OPERATIONAL UTILITY . . . .5 Notes . . . . . . 17 3 TECHNOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT . . . . 19 Notes . . . . .28 4 BUDGETARY AND OPERATIONAL CONSIDERATIONS . . . .31 Notes . . . .41 5 CONCLUSIONS . . . .43 Notes . . . . .45...

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Cloud Memoirs: Views from Below, Inside, and Above; A look at the history of cloud computing by CohesiveFT team, industry experts, and early adopters

By: Margaret Walker; Ryan Koop, Patrick Kerpan, Fred Hoch, Edmund Sutcliffe, Krishnan Subramanian, James Elwood, Chad Lawler, and Patricia Seybold.

CohesiveFT sifted through our blog posts from 2006 onward, without any editorial updates (although tempted), in order to present the posts as a reflection of ours and some of our colleagues’ thoughts at the time. Interspersed with each chapter are new, exclusive insights from friends, colleagues, and customers we met along the journey. Each chapter looks back at the short history of cloud computing from the early stages where clouds were far off, through the gathering clouds that turned into fog. Today that fog is shifting, and beginning to rain down the first drops of change....

Exclusive Viewpoint: Cloud Still Has a Long Way to Come Chad Lawler Director, Consulting Services, Cloud Computing at Hitachi Consulting It’s very interesting to look ahead and try to anticipate where the puck is going. The truth is that what Werner Vogels has stated about where we are in the “maturity curve” is absolutely true – that even with the progress we’ve made, we are very early in the cloud evolution. We want instant gratification with a solution that fits all of our needs, but we’re not there yet. We’re certainly not at the point where true utility computing is a reality. Here is an example: most cloud vendors say they offer pay-per-use functionality, when really they’re offering pay-per-allocation. You allocate a small, medium, large, or extra-large compute size, server memory, and a certain amount of storage. You pay for what you allocate, not what you use. When you allocate 10TB of storage on AWS S3 and do not use all of it, you still pay for the 10TB allocated. In order to have scalable storage you still have to pay to allocate it. The idea of utility computing is still very relevant, interesting...

Clouds on the Horizon: 2006 - 2008 Founders’ Stories Exclusive Viewpoint: The Beginning of CohesiveFT and the Cloud Welcome to the Elastic Server Beta CohesiveFT's Elastic Server All at once I saw a crowd InfoWorld's top 10 tech startups for 2008 CloudCamp London: the inauguration Win Win for Independent Software Vendors Software Manufacturing: A CFT White Paper Cloud Cover: 2008 - 2009 Exclusive Viewpoint: History and Transformation of the Cloud Exclusive Viewpoint: Using CohesiveFT and AWS to Prove Cloud Concepts We're #1, (and #2, kind of #3, and #6, and part of #10) VPN Cubed – Cloud is Ready for the Enterprise 6CohesiveFT VPN-Cubed: Not Your Daddy's Encrypted Tunnel 2009 in Virtualization and Cloud Computing: The Year of the Virtualization Professional Fog Surrounds Cloud: 2009 - 2012 Exclusive Viewpoint: Cloud Computing: Past, Present and Future Exclusive Viewpoint: White Knight Solutions from CohesiveFT New VPN-Cubed Version and The Cloud Connectivity Market 2010 in Cloud Computing: GAME ON! Getting out of the weeds Welcome to the User-Cloud (Part 1) Welcome to the User-Cloud (Part 2) AMQP – the encha...

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Wright Flyer Paper : Waste to Watts and Water; Enabling Self-Contained Facilities Using Microbial Fuel Cells, Vol. 37

By: Major Amanda Sue Birch, P. E., USAF

Lack of investment in future agile combat-support technologies could lead to a strategic surprise that diverts military attention and resources from critical air, space, and cyber operations. Looking to the national security environment in 2030, this research explores one technology—the microbial fuel cell (MFC)—that gives life to self-contained facilities decoupled from vulnerable supply lines and infrastructure networks. MFCs can dispose of waste (sewage, food scraps, gray water, etc.) while producing clean water (up to 70 percent of required volumes) and power (up to 600 watts per person). Using relevance tree methodology, the research concludes that USAF research and development investment alone will not bring MFCs to fruition. A successful strategy for MFCs will be collaborative, addressing not only the technological barriers but also the key social, industrial, and political hurdles to enabling this capability....

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Shooting Down a “Star” Program 437 : The US Nuclear ASAT System and Present-Day Copycat Killers

By: Clayton K. S. Chun, Lieutenant Colonel, USAF

Shooting Down a Star: Program 437, the US Nuclear ASAT System and Present-Day Copycat Killers, by Lt Col Clayton K.S. Chun, is a case study of an early US antisatellite (ASAT) weapon system. In this study, Colonel Chun shows how the US Air Force developed a rudimentary ASA system from obsolete Thor intermediate ballistic missiles, an existing space tracking system, and nuclear warheads....

PROGRAM 437: THE BEGINNINGS . . . . . . . . 1 ASAT WEAPONS: AN ACCIDENTAL DISCOVERY? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 ASAT DEVELOPMENT: THE AIR FORCE LEADS THE WAY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 WHY ASAT WEAPONS? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .6 NIKE-ZEUS BECOMES A RIVAL. . . . . . . . . . . 8 OPERATIONAL CONCEPT AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROGRAM 437 . . . . . . . . 10 LIMITING FACTORS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Funding Shortfalls. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .19 Location, Location, Location. . . . . . . . . . . . 20 The Nuclear Specter . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .21 PROGRAM 437 UNMASKED . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 A NEW MISSION FOR THE 10TH ADS . . . . . . 23 A THIRD LIFE FOR PROGRAM 437 . . . . . . . 27 THE DEMISE OF PROGRAM 437 . . . . . . . . . .29 SPACE: A CRITICAL DIMENSION . . . . . . . . .32 VULNERABILITY OF SPACE-BASED ASSETS . . 35 POTENTIAL THREATS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36 NORTH KOREA: KEY EXPORTER OF TECHNOLOGY . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .38 The DPRK’s Ballistic Missile Capabilities. . . .38 North Korea: A N...

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Engineering the Space Age : A Rocket Scientist Remembers

By: Lt Col Robert V. Brulle, USAF, Retired

"From my experience in the aviation field, I find that this unique aviation and space history book provides a very realistic view on the use of technology in the aviation and space business as it was conquered during the past half century."...

1 Aeronautical Engineering . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 2 Pilots and Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .15 3 Aircraft Procurement . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .29 4 Aeronautics . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .59 5 Missiles . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 6 Computer Programming . . . . . . . . . . . .113 7 Spacefarers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .121 8 Secret Missiles and Tactics . . . . . . . . . . 161 9 Space Projects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .173 10 Pilots and Airplanes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 183 11 Cyclogiro Aircraft . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 201 12 Giromill Wind Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 211 13 Aquagiro Water Power . . . . . . . . . . . . .233...

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CMMI High Maturity Hand Book

By: Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy

CMMI High Maturity is something every software organization is interested in! Attaining Maturity Level 5 rating means world class processes in place in that organization. Though it’s everyone’s interest, there is less details available in the world on how to practically implement CMMI ML5 and how to interpret the High Maturity practices. This book is an attempt to decode the high maturity practices with clear sample cases for all the High maturity process areas, there by connecting the dots of Implementation. This book explains the practicality of implementation of CMMI ML5 and has given specific guidance in many cases. Obviously it is not the whole of CMMI or the whole of everything, however may be this is the only book which offers highest possible insight in CMMI High Maturity Implementation. What it offers: • Complete guide as an End to End CMMI High Maturity Implementation • Practical interpretation of CMMI Practices • Sample cases covering CMMI Dev and CMMI SVC Models v1.3 • Basic Statistical Concepts Required for Implementing High Maturity • Clarity in definition and difference between important terms • Connects the E...

CMMI High Maturity Handbook Indian Edition Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy Copyright © 2015 Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy All rights reserved. DEDICATION TO THE SUPREME POWER!. CONTENTS 1 High Maturity an Introduction 1 2 Prerequisites for High Maturity Pg 5 3 Planning High Maturity Implementation Pg 8 4 SMART Business Objectives and Aligned Processes Pg 17 5 Measurement System and Process Performance Models Pg 29 6 Process Performance Baselines Pg 70 7 Define and Achieve Project Objectives and QPPOs Pg 93 8 Causal Analysis in Projects to Achieve Results Pg 113 9 Driving Innovation/Improvements to Achieve Results Pg 131 10 Succeeding in High Maturity Appraisals Pg 150 11 Reference Books, Links and Contributors Pg 154 1 HIGH MATURITY AN INTRODUCTION CMMI High Maturity Level is one of the Prestigious Rating any IT/ITES Companies would be interested in getting. The Maturity Level 4 and 5 achievement is considered as “High Maturity” since the Organizations understand their own process performance and its impact on Business performance. In addition, they bring world class pra...

High Maturity an Introduction 1 Prerequisites for High Maturity Pg 5 Planning High Maturity Implementation Pg 8 SMART Business Objectives and Aligned Processes Pg 17 Measurement System and Process Performance Models Pg 29 Process Performance Baselines Pg 70 Define and Achieve Project Objectives and QPPOs Pg 93 Causal Analysis in Projects to Achieve Results Pg 113 Driving Innovation/Improvements to Achieve Results Pg 131 Succeeding in High Maturity Appraisals Pg 150 Reference Books, Links and Contributors Pg 154 ...

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United States Air Force Precision Engagement against Mobile Targets : Is Man In or Out?

By: Major Keith J. Kosan, USAF

Recent airpower operations revealed a deficiency in the United States Air Force’s (USAF) ability to precisely attack mobile targets at standoff ranges with minimal collateral damage. Future airpower operations will be executed in politically sensitive strategic environments and thus will require the ability to precisely destroy mobile targets that may have been strategically placed by an adversary in areas with a high risk of collateral damage. Current air-to-ground guided weapon systems, including man-in-the-loop guidance weapon systems, have limited “collateral reduction” capabilities; and future autonomous precision standoff weapon systems may increase the risk and uncertainty associated with collateral damage due to technology limitations. The acquisition of a precision standoff man-in-the-loop weapon system through the modification of current weapon systems or the acquisition of a new weapon system may provide the USAF a critically needed air-to-ground capability against mobile targets in a high-risk collateral damage environment....

1 INTRODUCTION . . . . 1 2 THE NEED FOR PRECISION ENGAGEMENT AGAINST MOBILE TARGETS . . . . 5 3 USAF TARGET IDENTIFICATION AND GUIDED WEAPON SYSTEMS CAPABILITIES . . . . . 23 4 FUTURE WEAPON SYSTEMS CAPABILITIES . . . . . 35 5 LEGAL ISSUES, ACCOUNTABILITY, FLEXIBILITY, SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY SHORTFALLS, AND ACQUISITION RISK MANAGEMENT . . . . 53 6 CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS . . . . 65 GLOSSARY . . . . . 69...

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Let's Make Money Online

By: Harry Kainth

In this book I am going to be brutally honest and frank about what you need to do in order to succeed online. I am not going to sugarcoat anything and as the title says, I am going to tell you what you need to hear and not what you want to hear. ...

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CMMI Implementation Guide : A Practitioner's Persepective

By: Vishnuvarthanan Moorthy

The Book details on how to approach CMMI Implementation in an organization. It details out the various phases involved in CMMI Implementation and how to plan and execute them. It details on various aspects which we tend to overlook in CMMI Implementation. Who Should Read? • Organization looking forward to implement CMMI • Top Management person, trying to understand how to go about • SEPG, Program manager and Process Quality members • Anyone who is interested in understanding the Implementation of CMMI Why to Read? • To get complete End to End understanding on CMMI Implementation Lifecycle • Plan your budget, effort and resources for the program • Set your expectations clear on CMMI Implementation • Be aware of the different aspects in Implementation How it’s different: • Written from practitioners’ point of view • Communicates the reality in practical implementation Word of Caution: • The book contains only samples and typical examples and they are not comprehensive and to be verified and validated on a particular context for applicability ...

This CMMI Implementation Guide is a reference book for anyone interested in implementing CMMI in their organization. The purpose of this book is, to provide insight in to CMMI Implementation phases and best practices to be followed in this journey. Most of us agree, that CMMI is more a De facto model that IT Industry follows and other industries also has shown lot of interest in adopting this model. The day to day popularity and its adoption rate is on the surge for CMMI. In this scenario, this book will help the new organizations and implementers, on how to approach CMMI Implementation practically in their organization. This book is not a replacement to the Model or to the resources which CMMI Institute Publishes. This is only an additional resource which user can benefit from. CMMI Institute holds the complete authority and rights to CMMI model and all the components within the framework. This book is prepared based on the experience of a practitioner on implementing the model in various organizations. The Author has worked in multiple roles in CMMI Implementation and has global exposure in implementing the model. We reiterate ...

Contents Introduction to CMMI Initiating CMMI Implementation Planning CMMI Implementation Executing CMMI Implementation Appraising CMMI Implementation Sustaining CMMI Implementation CMMI High Maturity Implementation Miscellaneous References ...

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