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A Case Study on Biodiversity Conservation

In brief, we learn that deforestation for implanting pastures is probably not economically justifiable at the individual rancher level and certainly not at greater spatial levels. We also show that wood extraction is not likely to be economically feasible for most landowners.

We learn that policy interventions to encourage biological diversity at the local level may focus upon informational barriers, conservation education and maximizing the sustainable, managed harvest of extractive and non-extractive goods and services other than cattle ranching. Finally, we learn that justification exists for integrating environmental policy in the Pantanal from local through, potentially international levels due to the global value of the Pantanal’s unique natural environment. Click here to read more…

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Case Study for Requirements Engineering: Setting the Context

Study about Requirements Engineering: Setting the Context

Abstract: This Case Study presents a brief overview of requirements engineering and provides an introduction to some of the critical aspects in the field. This includes offering and understanding of the different levels of requirements involved in requirements engineering; namely organizational, product and project level requirements, and illustrating the role of different stakeholders in requirements engineering.

Introduction : The objective of this Case Study is twofold. First, it aims to provide a brief introduction to requirements engineering and secondly it aims to set a common context for the other study. This introductory chapter is provided to set the stage for the remaining chapters and nightlight to some of the important areas covered by this book. keep reading..

Case Study on Trojan

A Brief Study of Trojan

Trojan horse is one of the most effective ways to inject malicious code into computer system. Millions of people have suffered from it and the number of victims is still increasing every day.

A destructive program that masquerades as a benign application. Unlike viruses, Trojan horses do not replicate themselves but they can be just as destructive. One of the most insidious types of Trojan horse is a program that claims to rid your computer of viruses but instead introduces viruses onto your computer.

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A Case Study on Baines & Ernst

Brief. Introduction: Baines & Ernst receive between 100,000 and 150,000 customer related documents per month. The documents are scanned as a matter of course, fulfilling their corporate paperless office policy. Documents are opened, sorted and batched by their post room team.





Scanned images are then transferred to the data capture team, where documents are coded by type and the relevant information data captured. Once coded the system leads the capture of the correct information. Baines & Ernst considered outsourcing its data capture process, without compromising data security, and accuracy of data capture. Click here to read more…



Case Study on Segmentation – a Brief Analysis of Facial Creams

Formulate the positioning of top 5 players on anti-aging face cream market as you can understand it from their communication in 2008 / 2009. b.Draw up the perceptual map of the category and identify each brand place on the map. Task 3: Briefing: Look at the ad named Maxilife and imagine backwards the following: a. The essentials of the client brief and b. The creative brief c. Look at the Sepala ad and formulate backwards the positioning. Task 4: Debriefing: Take the case of the client brief of ANT (National Authority for Tourism) and imagine that you are an account person and put all the questions that you would put to a client within a debriefing session in order to clarify yourself so that you can come up with a creative brief. Click here to read more…

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