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  • The Global ETD Search service is a free service for researchers to find electronic theses and dissertations. This service is provided by the Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations.
    Our metadata is collected from universities around the world. If you manage a university/consortium/country archive and want to be added, details can be found on the NDLTD website.
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Plugin-based automated testing tool för .NET assemblies : a method proposal

Johansson, Olle January 2004 (has links)
No description available.
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Plugin-based automated testing tool för .NET assemblies : a method proposal

Johansson, Olle January 2004 (has links)
No description available.
3

Apskaitos programos kūrimas panaudojant .NET Framework / Accountancy program development using .NET Framework

Žalkauskas, Marius 04 August 2011 (has links)
Šiame darbe panaudojant .NET Framework kuriama apskaitos programa. Produktas skirtas specialiai išduodamų drabužių ir apsaugos priemonių apskaitai vesti. Programa skirta savarankiškam apsimokymui su ja dirbti ir sukurta anksčiau naudotai aplikacijai pakeisti. Ją sudaro apskaitininko ir administratoriaus moduliai. Skirtingai nei ankstesnė, ji naudoja kitus duomenų saugos ir organizavimo principus. / This work goal was to develop accounting system using .NET Framework. The product is intended to do accounting tasks related to dispence of special clothes and security implements. Program is self-learning oriented and was developed to replace previously used one. Software includes accountant and administrator modules. Differently neither latter program, it uses other data security and organization principles.
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The influence of present and future time perspective on financial net worth

Rodermund, Robert Henry January 1900 (has links)
Doctor of Philosophy / Department of Human Ecology-Personal Financial Planning / Sonya L. Lutter / This study explored the influence of present-fatalism, present-hedonism, and future time perspectives on financial net worth. Time perspective has been shown to influence many behaviors, both non-financial and financial, but this is the first study that evaluated the relationship between time perspective and net worth. Net worth was divided into two variables, a dichotomous variable indicating those who had a negative net worth (defined as a net worth less than or equal to zero) and a continuous variable of the actual dollars of net worth of those who had a positive net worth (defined as a net worth greater than zero). Developing a separate negative net worth variable allowed this study to expand on prior research that focused solely on that aspect of net worth (Chen & Finke, 1996; Mountain & Hanna, 2012). Data was taken from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth 1979 (NLSY79), using results primarily from the 2014 survey. A logistic regression was used to evaluate the negative net worth variable (Model 1) while an ordinary least squares (OLS) regression was used to analyze the influence on positive net worth (Model 2). This study found that present-fatalism increased the odds that an individual would have a negative net worth, while a future-orientation would decrease those odds. It found that present hedonism and future-orientation contributed to having a positive net worth. Model 1 had a Nagelkerke R Square of .367 and was able correctly to classify 77.2% of those who had a negative net worth (compared to 67.6% using only the intercept). In addition to time perspective findings, several control variables were incorporated into the study. Those who had a higher current income, who were male, who were married, and who owned a home had lower odds of having a negative net worth. Those who had a college education had lower odds of having a negative net worth compared to those with a high school diploma, while those who only attended grade school had greater odds of having a negative net worth compared to high school graduates. Blacks and Hispanics had greater odds of having a negative net worth compared to Whites. Risk tolerance, parent socio-economic status, and age were not significant predictors of negative net worth. Model 2 was significant, with an R² of .419. Risk tolerance, current income, parent socio-economic status, gender, age, marital status, and homeownership all contributed to a positive net worth. Compared to high school graduates, having a college education contributed to a positive net worth while having only a grade school education detracted from having a positive net worth. Being Black or Hispanic, as compared to being White, detracted from positive net worth. The results of this study must be juxtaposed against the limitations, which include the use of proxy variables for time perspective (which may not accurately reflect the constructs), erosion of the longitudinal sample over time, the use of a variable (risk tolerance) from a different year, non-normal distribution of some control variables, and potential endogeneity caused by the inclusion of homeownership as a control variable. Those limitations having been noted, this study found that the strong influence of future-orientation on reducing the odds of having a negative net worth and contributing to positive net worth is significant because it validates the entire concept of financial planning, which proposes that having a future financial path will help clients achieve financial success. It also opens up new possibilities in financial counseling, in that clients may benefit from time-perspective therapy and coaching. In addition, the findings of this study emphasize the positive influence of homeownership on net worth.
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Net energy of dry extruded expelled soybean meal for growing pigs determined by indirect calorimetry and validation of net energy system using a typical Western Canadian grower finisher diet

Ettungalpadi Velayudhan, Deepak January 2013 (has links)
The objectives of this research were to determine the net energy (NE) of dry extruded expelled soybean meal (DESBM) using an indirect calorimetry (IC) in growing pigs, to determine the effect of multi-enzyme supplementation on the NE content of DESBM fed to growing pigs and to validate the NE system for feed formulation. In Exp 1, the values obtained with the IC method were consistently greater than those obtained with prediction equations. The discrepancy between the determination technique used was about 1% when diets were formulated with a constant protein content or corn:soybean meal ratio (1.0% and 0.7%, respectively), however, this was 4.1% when diet was formulated with simple substitution technique. Thus the NE value of DESBM was evaluated to be 2,548 kcal/kg DM when diets were formulated on a constant ratio between the other energy yielding components. In Exp 2, addition of enzyme increased the NE value of both the diet and the test ingredient; DESBM. Supplementation with multi-enzyme complex (Superzyme-OM, Canadian Bio-System Inc., Calgary, Canada) at 0.05% and 0.1% of the diet improved NE values of DESBM by 4.9 % and 3.7%, respectively. In Exp 3, the results indicate a better growth performance (ADG and G:F) when diets were formulated on NE basis compared to the DE system of diet formulation. Moreover addition of enzyme improved the performance for the NE system of diet formulation
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Project selection and finance : (Some problems of project selection in industry, giving particular consideration to alternative conceptions of the cost of capital, the effects of inflation, and dividend policy)

Awad, M. S. M. K. A. January 1979 (has links)
No description available.
7

Objektorienterad testning av C#-klasser med hjälp av NUnit-ramverket

Hansson, Krister, Jonsson, Andreas January 2002 (has links)
No description available.
8

Development of organizer software

Nilsson, Jacob January 2003 (has links)
No description available.
9

Porting an interpreter and just-in-time compiler to the XScale architecture

Hildingson, Malte January 2003 (has links)
No description available.
10

RubySharp : a morphic GUI in Ruby

Hedström, Jan-Åke January 2004 (has links)
No description available.

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