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  • About
  • 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.
51

Handing on the Faith

O'Malley, Seán, 1944- Unknown Date (has links)
with Archbishop Sean O'Malley, O.F.M. Cap., Archbishop of Boston / St. John The Evangelist Parish, Wellesley Hills, MA
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Boundaryless career orientation (BCO): its measurement, antecedents and consequences. / Career development

January 2003 (has links)
Ma Chi Kwong. / Thesis (M.Phil.)--Chinese University of Hong Kong, 2003. / Includes bibliographical references (leaves 71-80). / Abstracts in English and Chinese. / Chapter Chapter 1 --- Abstract --- p.4-7 / Chapter Chapter 2 --- Introduction & Literature Review --- p.8-20 / Chapter Chapter 3 --- Study 1 - Method --- p.21-26 / Chapter Chapter 4 --- Study 1 - Results & Discussion --- p.27-34 / Chapter Chapter 5 --- Study 2 - Introduction --- p.35-42 / Chapter Chapter 6 --- Study 2 -Method --- p.43-45 / Chapter Chapter 7 --- Study 2 - Results & Discussion --- p.46-58 / Chapter Chapter 8 --- General Discussion --- p.59-70 / Reference --- p.71-80 / Appendix --- p.81-87
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Xeero: A 3D Action-Puzzle-Platforming Game

Acito, Daniel 28 April 2015 (has links)
This report discusses the design and development of Xeero, a 3D action-puzzle- platforming game constructed from our own custom engine, original art and sound assets. Despite a small development team, we strove to create a highly-polished and marketable interactive experience. We explain the methodology employed, results gained, and challenges faced by each member of the team in pursuit of this goal.
54

Two interpretations of underdevelopment

Afifi, Ashraf January 2010 (has links)
Digitized by Kansas Correctional Industries
55

The management of community development projects by the District Development Committee : a case of Mahalapye Sub District in Botswana

Mapitse, Thobo Gloria January 2009 (has links)
Thesis (MPA) --University of Limpopo, 2009 / The Mahalapye sub District Development Committee is the most significant organization in the sub district as it sets overall goals, direction and priorities with which all development initiatives within the district should conform to. The membership of the committee includes all heads of central and local government departments, government planners, heads of Parastatals, and representatives of Non Governmental Organisations (NGOs). Effective management of projects requires collective consciousness, effort and will and it is important that members of the sub District Development Committee work as a team to ensure that all projects are implemented within the set time frames and limited resources. The development challenges facing Mahalapye sub district are complex. These challenges are not peculiar to the sub district, but are also a challenge to other districts in Botswana. These challenges include the need to implement village infrastructure projects in a cost effective manner in that the projects are completed within the estimated budget and time schedule. The research findings are that indeed the problem of project cost and time overruns is a problem in Mahalapye sub District and that the problem is attributed to the way the projects are managed, in particular, by the sub District Development Committee. A number of recommendations have been provided to help overcome the problem
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Testing roadmap for generalized agile framework

Chaitanya, Challa January 2006 (has links)
<p>Testing in Agile development frameworks has engaged the concentration of software developers throughout the world. The research regarding this testing is however limited. This paper comprises a literature survey study, which intends to categorize and examine the current existing testing frameworks in agile methodology. The comparative study is done with the Test Driven Development (TDD) and Agile Model Driven Development (AMDD) techniques. The results show the benefits and drawbacks of the current existing testing frameworks in agile methodology in general. However many techniques still make every effort to get the general solutions. Basing on our results general ideas are suggested regarding the testing frameworks in agile methodology.</p>
57

Spatial and Temporal Scales of Coral Recruitment and Key Ecological Processes

Arnold, Suzanne N. January 2011 (has links) (PDF)
No description available.
58

A study of the strategic environment of an R&D section within a larger organisation

Falkingham, Leslie T. 04 1900 (has links)
This work addresses the problem of how an R&D section should decide on a strategy to guide its work when there is no strategic direction supplied from above by the company. The work includes a participant observer case study carried out over five years in a single R&D section, an analysis of research papers on the subject of management of section level R&D, and a review of textbooks on strategy, management and organisational behaviour. From the case study it was concluded that the company itself formed the strategic environment which the strategy of the R&D section had to address, and that the section’s strategic environment was chaotic in the mathematical sense. From the review of management textbooks it was concluded that standard theories do not give usable guidelines for the manager in this situation. A theory was developed that R&D strategy can be thought about in four distinctly different ways. Publications concentrate on two of these, while the case study and surveys of practising managers revealed that the other two were more pertinent in practice. The analysis of research papers was carried out using a newly developed technique, which showed that this body of literature is in a pre-paradigm state. The new technique was also used to show that the four different ways of thinking about R&D are present in the papers. The new literature analysis technique and the theory that R&D strategy can be thought about in four different way were tested by means of questionnaires filled in by authors of papers and by groups of R&D practitioners.
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Testing roadmap for generalized agile framework

Chaitanya, Challa January 2006 (has links)
Testing in Agile development frameworks has engaged the concentration of software developers throughout the world. The research regarding this testing is however limited. This paper comprises a literature survey study, which intends to categorize and examine the current existing testing frameworks in agile methodology. The comparative study is done with the Test Driven Development (TDD) and Agile Model Driven Development (AMDD) techniques. The results show the benefits and drawbacks of the current existing testing frameworks in agile methodology in general. However many techniques still make every effort to get the general solutions. Basing on our results general ideas are suggested regarding the testing frameworks in agile methodology.
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Climate Change and Requirement of Transfer of Environmentally Sound Technology

Uddin, Mahatab January 2011 (has links)
Technology and policy play a twofold role in international environmental laws. Stronger environmental policies encourage new green technologies and likewise, better technologies make it easier to regulate. “Technology transfer” refers to the transfer from one party, an association or institution that developed the technology, to another that adopts, adapts, and uses it. As different kinds of threats posed by climate change are continuously increasing all over the world the issue of “technology transfer” especially the transfer of environmentally sound technologies has become one of the key topics of international environmental debates. This thesis addresses, firstly, the possible methods of technology transfer and secondly, how current international environmental laws play its role to facilitate the transfer. Accordingly, I have focused on the concerned provisions of Kyoto Protocol and its subsequent implementation measures. I have also taken in to account the decisions of the annual meetings of the Conference of the parties (COPs) of the UNFCCC. The thesis has also made a brief comparative discussion between the provisions of international environmental laws and the provisions of intellectual property rights in terms of technology transfer. However, at the last stage of the thesis, some potential recommendations are mentioned and briefly discussed in view to come up with a sustainable solution. In addition to the international environmental law, I have also tried to figure out some other international or multinational instruments which concern the transfer of environmentally sound technologies.

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