Enterprise metadata management is defined as the management concerned with metadata. Metadata is information about the data that describes the various facets of information assets, which improves its usability and enables easier management throughout its lifecycle. For example, in a given document, the metadata is the additional information that describes it such as the original author, the cre ... read more
The automotive speed monitoring device is an instrument which enables a driver to enter a speed tolerance profile that represents the driver's personal travel speed preferences and alerts the driver when the vehicle speed falls outside the speed tolerance profile.
Specifically, the speed tolerance profile consists of a number of speed tolerance ranges, each associated with a parti ... read more
During last decade, the healthcare expenditure has increased by several folds. According to the Centre for Medicare and Medicaid Services, national health spending in the U.S.A is projected to grow at an average rate of 5.5 percent per year for 2017-26 and to reach $5.7 trillion by 2026. The health share of GDP in the U.S.A was 17.9% in 2016. General sur ... read more
Brugada syndrome is a hereditary condition that results in an abnormal electrical activity inside the heart, which in turn leads to the increasing danger of sudden cardiac death. In several cases, the abnormal heartbeats often occur when a patient is either sleeping, at rest or may be triggered by a fever. Disrupted sleep, breathing problems, fainting, seizures, nightmares, and sudden death are ... read more
3D cell culture is an in-vitro method where cells mature in artificially created surroundings, which resembles the in-vivo environment. This technique stimulates normal cell to distinguish, proliferate, and migrate by interacting with their three-dimensional environment. Normal polarization and distinction of epithelial cells are crucial for the placement of duct-like structures in in-vitro con ... read more
The belt-driven pump fastened to the engine, responsible for transferring and compressing the refrigerant gas is the compressor, otherwise known as the heart of the system. Cabin space in automobiles is turning out to be more aesthetic, sophisticated, advanced, and comfort-focused. Air conditioning systems have evolved from comfort feature to necessary f ... read more
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