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Electronic Data Interchange

Introduction
Prosperity, and even survival, for small businesses depends as never before on the ability to respond with speed and certainty to the challenges and opportunities that are presented by competitors and customers. Electronic Commerce provides an opportunity to increase competitive edge and consolidate and enhance both business to business and business to consumer trading relationships.

In the current competitive & fast moving world of E-commerce & Electronic data transfer , comes a highly relevant , yet , under-utilised system of data exchange “ the Electronic Data Interchange , or the EDI
VoWiFi
VoWiFi

Introduction
VoWiFi is used to reference a Wi-Fi-based VoIP service. VoWiFi is one of those weird acronym type words &$151; made up of a combination of abbreviation and acronym. Just because you can merge technologies, doesn't mean you should merge acronyms and abbreviations
Voice Morphing
Voice Morphing

Introduction
The method of transforming the source speaker?s speech to that of the target speaker is usually referred as Voice Morphing or voice transformation or voice conversion. Using the linear transformations estimated from time-aligned parallel training data, it transforms the spectral envelope of the potential speaker in tone with the target speaker. As the image morphing is analogous in nature, i.e. the source face smoothly changing its shape and texture to the target face, speech morphing also should smoothly change the source voice into another, keeping the shared characteristics of the starting and ending signals.

The pitch and the envelope information are two factors that coincide in a speech signal, which needs to be separated. The method of cepstral analysis is usually employed to extract the same.
Robocode
Robocode

Introduction
Robocode is an Open Source educational game by Mathew Nelson (originally R was provided by IBM). It is designed to help people learn to program in Java and enjoy the experience. It is very easy to start - a simple robot can be written in just a few minutes - but perfecting a bot can take months or more. Competitors write software that controls a miniature tank that fights other identically-built (but differently programmed) tanks in a playing field. Robots move, shoot at each other, scan for each other, and hit the walls (or other robots) if they aren t careful. Though the idea of this game may seem simple, the actual strategy needed to win is not.

Good robots have hundreds of lines in their code dedicated to strategy. Some of the more successful robots use techniques such as statistical analysis and attempts at neural networks in their designs. One can test a robot against many other competitors by downloading their bytecode, so design competition is fierce. Robocode provides a security sandbox (bots are restricted in what they can do on the machine they run on) which makes this a safe thing to do.
Zombie
Zombie

Introduction
In the world of UNIX, a zombie refers to a 'child' program that was started by a 'parent' program but then abandoned by the parent. Zombie is also used to describe a computer that has been implanted with a daemon that puts it under the control of a malicious hacker without the knowledge of the computer owner.
Bayesian Networks
Bayesian Networks

Introduction
Bayesian Networks are becoming an increasingly important area for research and application in the entire field of Artificial Intelligence. This paper explores the nature and implications for Bayesian Networks beginning with an n overview and comparison of inferential statistics and Bayes? theorem. The nature, relevance and applicability for Bayesian Network theories for advanced computability form the core of the current discussion.

A number of current applications using Bayesian networks are examined. The paper concludes with a brief description of the appropriateness and limitations of Bayesian networks for human-computer interactions and automated learning
WISENET
WISENET

Introduction
WISENET is a wireless sensor network that monitors the environmental conditions such as light, temperature, and humidity. This network is comprised of nodes called motes that form an ad-hoc network to transmit this data to a computer that function as a server.

The server stores the data in a database where it can later be retrieved and analyzed via a web-based interface. The network works successfully with an implementation of one sensor mote.
Wolfpack
Wolfpack

Introduction
Officially known as Microsoft Cluster Server (MSCS), it was released in September, 1997 as part of Windows NT 4.0, enterprise Edition. Wolfpack is the codename used for Microsoft's clustering solution
C3D
C3D

Introduction
C3D has had a breakthrough in the 3-D arena with their FMD technology, which allows multiple layers of data to be printed onto the surface of a CD-sized 12 cm disk. What sets FMD apart is the sheer number of layers that are made possible.

C3D?s fluorescent technology could scale up to an impressive 1.4 terabytes of data storage when applied on a single sided 12 cm disk with 100 layers. With S3D?s new FMD technologies, gigabytes will replace megabytes as data storage?s common currency.
Cooperative Linux
Cooperative Linux

Introduction
Employing the novel idea of a co-operative virtual machine(CVM) co-operative linux or colinx can support the kernel of both the Microsoft windows and the linux, to run parallel on the same machine. Unlike in the traditional VMs where every guest is in the unprivileged mode to control the real machine also where the resources are virtualised for every OS, the CVM gives both the OSs complete control of the host machine. Since the system hardware of today is not compatible to deal with two different operating systems at a time, the word co-operative used to denote two bodies working in parallel would only theoretically suite the whole idea.

So, although each of the kernels has its own complete CPU context and address space, and can also make a decision when to give control back to its associate what really happens is that the host kernel is left in control of the real hardware and the guest kernel that has some special drivers can communicate with the host and provide various important devices to the guest OS.
Trans European Services for Telematics between Administrations (TESTA)
Trans European Services for Telematics between Administrations (TESTA)

Introduction
The Trans European Services for Telematics between Administrations (TESTA) system is the private IP-based network of the European Community. TESTA is a telecommunications interconnection platform for secure information exchange between the European public administrations.

TESTA is not a single network, but a network of networks, composed of the EuroDomain backbone and Local Domain networks. The EuroDomain is a European backbone network for administrative data exchanges acting as a network communication platform between local administrations.
MOIP
MOIP

Introduction
Mobile communications Over Internet Protocol is designed to be totally mobile-centric, and is optimized specifically for mobile-handsets environment rather than the PC. MoIP unlike mobile VoIP, is not a VoIP program made accessible from mobile phones or a switchboard application using VoIP in the background buts it's a form of peer-to-peer communications found on users' handsets, used to conduct talk and chat over the internet connection as its primary channel via standard mobile communications applications including 3G, GPRS and Wifi.

Most MoIP applications work without any proprietary hardware and are enhanced with real-time contact availability (presence) thereby users save money by utilizing free WiFi internet access or fixed internet data plans instead of GSM (talk) minutes
Holographic Versatile Disc (HVD)
Holographic Versatile Disc (HVD)

Introduction
It's an optical disc technology still in the childhood stages of research called as the collinear holography, would soon gain upper hand over the existing technologies like the blue-ray and HD DVD optical disc systems with respect to its storage capacity. Consisting of a blue-green laser and a red laser collimated in a single beam, the blue-green laser reads data encoded as laser interference fringes from a holographic layer near the top of the disc while the red laser is used as the reference beam and to read servo information from a regular CD-style aluminium layer near the bottom.
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