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By Robert G. Gallagher

This is an entire presentation of all vital theoretical and experimental paintings performed on low-density codes. Low-density coding is among the 3 ideas so far constructed for effective conversation over noisy channels with an arbitrarily low likelihood of error.A imperative results of details thought is if accurately coded info is transmitted over a loud channel at a cost under channel skill, the chance of blunders could be made to technique 0 exponentially with the code size. Any useful use of this theorem, although, calls for a coding scheme within which the price of garage and computation apparatus grows slowly with code size. the current e-book analyzes a category of coding schemes for which charges develop nearly linearly with code size. It demonstrates that mistakes chance techniques 0 exponentially with a root of the block size and cites experimental facts that this coding scheme has ecocnomic aplicability in lots of communications situations.

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G. the amount of sun radiation positively affects the occurrence of skin diseases. In other words, the independent variable has a causal effect on the dependent variable, so the latter is dependent upon the former. A researcher carrying out an experiment for testing a hypothesis will manipulate the values of the independent variable and then observe whether this has any effect on the dependent variables. This can be done by introducing, removing, or changing the value of an independent variable.

1 and knowledge forms in Sect. 2, the chapter presents different classifications of artefact types in Sect. 3. Finally, the chapter introduces the notions of theory and design theory. 1 Knowledge Types Knowledge may be used for different purposes, such as describing, explaining, and predicting phenomena. Based on these purposes, a number of knowledge types can be identified. © Springer International Publishing Switzerland 2014 P. Johannesson, E. 1 2 Knowledge Types and Forms Definitional Knowledge Definitional knowledge consists of concepts, constructs, terminologies, definitions, vocabularies, classifications, taxonomies, and other kinds of conceptual knowledge.

Each of these knowledge forms has benefits and drawbacks for the persistence and the transfer of knowledge in an organisation. Knowledge can be embodied in individuals. Individuals are a “key repository of organisational knowledge” (Argote 2012). The benefit of such knowledge is that knowledgeable individual employees easily can be asked to describe their way of working and explain why things are carried out in a certain way. These individuals can also adapt their descriptions and explanations, depending on the listeners’ prior knowledge, in order to enhance the understanding of the listeners.

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