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How Lucrative & Challenging the Boundary less Opportunities for Data Scientists?

Sachin Kumar, P. S. Aithal
2020 Zenodo  
Data science comprises of data gathering, data warehousing, data analysis, data mining, online analytical processing, artificial intelligence, machine learning, and decision science for Predictive and  ...  In this paper, we have analysed the continued opportunities for data scientists for 21st century business and how lucrative and challenging is their job based on opportunities and challenges framework.  ...  Data science is a 'concept for unifying analytics, data analysis, machine learning and related approaches' to 'understanding and analysing actual phenomena' with data [1] .  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3966221 fatcat:ob36rhtfwrgfzl6kkaqr5az7ba

Less is more

L. Collins
2009 Engineering & Technology  
The occupants of manufactured homes are primarily low-income and living in rural areas where nearly 20 percent of the housing stock is manufactured. xxv In 2009, the last year for which data are available  ...  , the median annual income for those living in manufactured homes was $30,000, and 73 percent of the households earned less than $50,000 annually.  ... 
doi:10.1049/et.2009.2015 fatcat:bqmq3y3onrdcbkqrmoad6geeze

The Evidence on Appropriate Factor Proportions for Manufacturing in Less Developed Countries: A Survey

Lawrence J. White
1978 Economic development and cultural change  
is inefficient compared with new machines.  ...  no alternatives to high capital-labor ratios for most manufacturing processes.9 Or it is argued that high levels of mechanization are necessary to ensure high levels of quality (e.g., in machined products  ... 
doi:10.1086/451072 fatcat:hpbi3w6iwjd5rje3e7rpce4hn4

More or less following a plan during design: opportunistic deviations in specification

Willemien Visser
1990 International Journal of Man-Machine Studies  
An observational study was conducted on a mechanical engineer throughout his task of defining the functional specifications for the computerized control part of an automated machine tool installation.  ...  An explanatory framework for plan deviation is proposed in the context of a blackboard model.  ...  THE OBSERVED MECHANICAL ENGINEER The observed engineer had more than ten years of professional experience in the machine tool factory.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0020-7373(05)80119-1 fatcat:hemh4lnayjarnhbdgoofaxeitm

How do research intensive systems emerge in less developed areas? The case of mechatronics in the Italian southern region Apulia

Massimo Florio, Stefano Clò, Julie Pellegrin, Emanuela Sirtori
2018 International journal of technological learning, innovation and development  
Through a longitudinal analysis over more than half a century, the Apulian case study shows that the creation of this RIS in less developed areas is the result of a dynamic process characterised by a multi-level  ...  Regional innovation systems (RISs) are increasingly emerging in less developed areas.  ...  Examples are a new software modular platform for ex-ante monitoring of railway assets (MarMec), Sensors and laser micro-machining for engine applications and manufacturing, plus a new laser sensor for  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijtlid.2018.10012959 fatcat:mi46m42zavhpdbl4kte5glwpqi

UNSAIL: Thwarting Oracle-Less Machine Learning Attacks on Logic Locking [article]

Lilas Alrahis, Satwik Patnaik, Johann Knechtel, Hani Saleh, Baker Mohammad, Mahmoud Al-Qutayri, Ozgur Sinanoglu
2020 arXiv   pre-print
Our approach is generic; it can protect any local structure of key-gates against such ML-based attacks in an oracle-less setting.  ...  We further demonstrate that UNSAIL thwarts other oracle-less attacks, i.e., SWEEP and the redundancy attack, indicating the generic nature and strength of our approach.  ...  In general, the quality of training data determines the accuracy and performance of any ML system. Thus, a specific goal for UNSAIL is to inject "bad data" during learning.  ... 
arXiv:2012.14938v1 fatcat:ukz3vccycja6tbjwl5oscgufxq

Material efficiency: providing material services with less material production

J. M. Allwood, M. F. Ashby, T. G. Gutowski, E. Worrell
2013 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
The authors are also extremely grateful to the Royal Society for selecting and hosting this Discussion Meeting, in particular to Rachel Francis for organizing the meeting and Suzanne Abbott for managing  ...  J.M.A. is supported by a Leadership Fellowship provided by the UK Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) reference EP/G007217/1, and the authors are grateful to the WellMet2050 team  ...  additional spending in another, and similarly because structural change (more activity in one sector, less in another) will have less effect than expected, as income in one sector turns into spending  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2012.0496 pmid:23359746 pmcid:PMC3575569 fatcat:kun4nvsyrnebxmahwzicznyvhy

Marker-less monitoring protocol to analyze biomechanical joint metrics during pedaling

Gil Serrancoli, Peter Bogatikov, Joana Pales, Ainoa Forcada, Antonio J. Sanchez Egea, Jordi Torner, Samir Kanaan-Izquierdo, Antoni Susin
2020 IEEE Access  
The system integrates OpenPose (deep-learning based C++ library to detect human skeletons in an image) in a system of two webcams, to record videos of a cyclist, and seven resistive sensors to measure  ...  Marker-less systems are becoming popular to detect a human skeleton in an image automatically.  ...  GIL His current research interests include biomechanical analysis, signal processing, machine learning, and advanced manufacturing processes and systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2020.3006423 fatcat:iqbhdnskuvb6vnowau2ziactee

Product design in less industrialized economies: constraints and opportunities in Kenya

Krista M. Donaldson
2006 Research in Engineering Design  
This paper investigates product design strategies and processes in Kenya in the country's informal, formal, and non-governmental sectors.  ...  Factors specific to less industrialized economies (LIEs) like Kenya, such as corruption and an inadequate infrastructure, limit design activities relative to more industrialized economies.  ...  This work was in part supported by the United States Department of Energy Manufacturing and Post-Processing Fellowship.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00163-006-0017-3 fatcat:g5atu3qq7jbh7jmo3wl4blxdhu


Keith W. Hoskin, Richard H. Macve
2000 Accounting Historians Journal  
Boyns and Edwards [1996] for the British Industrial Revolution and Tyson [1998] for the U.S., as being too narrowly concerned with labor control. This paper takes up the gauntlet.  ...  history of key 18th and 19th century developments in the U.K. and U.S. through new evidence, new interpretation, and a refocusing of attention on familiar events.  ...  Clark introduced a clear, new strategy, supported by costing and other production data.  ... 
doi:10.2308/0148-4184.27.1.91 fatcat:7aayra7b4jgsznti6yfjbxtl5q

Three-dimensional measurement of large-scale texture-less bending plates

Suqin Bai, Jinlong Shi, Qiang Qian, Linbin Pang, Xin Shu
2015 Journal of Electronic Imaging (JEI)  
the total station is used to correct the aligned result to obtain more accurate 3-D data.  ...  A three-dimensional (3-D) measurement method for large-scale bending plates is presented.  ...  BY2013066-03) and Natural Science Foundation of Jiangsu Province of China (Grant No. BK20130473). Thanks to Jinliang Shi and Jun Yin for providing their supports of techniques.  ... 
doi:10.1117/1.jei.24.1.013001 fatcat:4amrw2njzbayrmfmttq6ntxdwy

Turning Down the Volume: Why Some Genes Tolerate Less Noise

2004 PLoS Biology  
Identifying the links between ecology and disease, however, could lay the foundation for effective preventive strategies.  ...  (To learn more about computational biology, see the essay "A Calculus of Purpose,'' by Arthur Lander, also in this issue of PLoS Biology.)  ... 
doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.0020191 fatcat:g6duandb5zennowqcnvyh5zfdq

Holarchy for line-less mobile assembly systems operation in the context of the internet of production

Armin Friedrich Buckhorst, Benjamin Montavon, Dominik Wolfschläger, Melanie Buchsbaum, Amir Shahidi, Henning. Petruck, Ike Kunze, Jan Pennekamp, Christian Brecher, Mathias Hüsing, Burkhard Corves, Verena Nitsch (+2 others)
2021 Procedia CIRP  
In today's business environment, the trend towards more product variety and customization is unbroken.  ...  data stores that are interconnected in an IoP.  ...  Acknowledgements Funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG, German Research Foundation) under Germany's Excellence Strategy -EXC-2023 Internet of Production -390621612.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procir.2021.03.064 fatcat:ehnpw2vkwng35b6tyrduh4nuzq

Rock-Paper-Scissors-Hammer: A Tie-Less Decentralized Protocol for IoT Resource Allocation

Sandip Dutta
2021 IoT  
The message passing proposes a detailed record in a blockchain-like format that is not corruptible and is verifiable for conflict resolution.  ...  Autonomous devices, such as cars, need to maintain meticulous, lightweight, but blockchain-like record keeping for insurance settlements or conflict resolutions; that archival data size is significantly  ...  The process of traveling of the test player from left to right is called an epoch, such as in machine learning when one learning cycle is completed.  ... 
doi:10.3390/iot2020018 fatcat:jbl3ydyby5djhet4bcqxu5orjq

Prospects for Maintaining Strength of Paper and Paperboard Products While Using Less Forest Resources: A Review

Martin A. Hubbe
2013 BioResources  
Such trends will place intense demands upon chemical-based strategies to enhance the bonding within paper and paperboard.  ...  fiber attributes, nanostructures, novel concepts in bond formation, and advances in the unit operations of papermaking.  ...  Errors that remain in the article are entirely the fault of the author.  ... 
doi:10.15376/biores.9.1.1634-1763 fatcat:yb74yw45creplcvlc5m5hac2qe
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