DHT systems are the basics for routing protocols in peer-to-peer network, suitable for flat design ensuring evenly distributed file storage. But a well structured and hierarchical system providing for scalability, fault tolerance and to cater adequately for web cashing and multicast resource control in Internet applications in mobile environment is the use of distributed sloppy hash table (DSHT).We worked on how a well structured overlay application of Distributed Sloppy Hash Table (DSHT) that will perform better in terms of scalability, lookup time and ease of use. We focused on the application of real time usage with the incorporation of ISP (internet service provider) based partitioning for DSHTs. The sloppy hash DHT is employed to take advantageous use of low round trip times. The ISP bash DSHT yields some additional benefits to regular DHTs. These benefits include the use of pointers to reference keys in particular layers, thereby avoiding data replication at nodes for bandwidth utilization. Also, effective use of spillover in concentric rings is employed for load balancing and the phenomenon of distance optimization by the introduction of geographical proximity.
The Truth About HTML5 is for web designers, web developers, and front-end coders who want to get up to speed with HTML5. The book isn't afraid to point out what everyone gets wrong about HTML5's new markup, so you don’t make the same mistakes. It will show you what rocks in HTML5 today and what the future holds. Marking up a basic web page shouldn't be a quasi-religious exercise where the high priests of HTML5 must be consulted for their interpretation of the holy texts (the HTML5 spec). Don’t waste hours trawling through confusing, poorly researched, and often flat-out wrong information on the Internet. Get the truth on HTML5's markup here. You'll also find out about HTML5's new microdata standard that's being used on major websites, such as eBay and IMDB, right now, and get the low-down on the Canvas object and what it can and can't do for you. The book also covers how HTML5 affects CMSs and web apps, what HTML5 means for mobile, and what the future holds. HTML5 isn't one big blob of technology that will be "finished" at some point in the future. It’s a grab bag of cool stuff, much of which has been around for years. Learn what’s well supported and ready to go today. Now that the initial wave of hype is over, it's time to learn the truth about HTML5.
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Virgin Mobile South Africa is a joint-venture between Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group and Cell C. Virgin Mobile South Africa launched in 2006.Virgin Mobile have based their pricing on a drop-down rate system in which after the first 5 minutes the cost of the call will drop. Sms on the other hand has a flat rate of 60cVirgin Mobile offers users mobile internet via EDGE at the cost of 60c per mb. 3G and HSDPA is currently not available as both Virgin Mobile and Cell C share the same bandwidth. 3G will be implemented in the near future.Virgin Mobile is a brand used by many mobile phone service providers based in the United Kingdom and operating in India, Australia, Canada, South Africa, the United States and France, the brand survived only briefly in Singapore. The international Virgin Mobile businesses each act as independent entities, usually in a partnership between Sir Richard Branson's Virgin Group and an existing phone company. Virgin Group provides the brand, and the phone company operates the network infrastructure.Virgin Mobile was the world's first Mobile Virtual Network Operator when it launched in the United Kingdom in 1998.
Explore the potential for nanotechnologies to transform future mobile and Internet communications. Covers new materials, electronics and computing advances, energy storage, cognitive radio, flat panel displays, sensors and actuators, and manufacturing. Based on the results of a research collaboration between Nokia, Helsinki University of Technology, and the University of Cambridge.
Flat-rate pricing for services is becoming more and more popular. At the same time, the occurrence of a flat-rate bias increases as well: Many customers choose flat-rate pricing even if pay-per-use pricing would have been less expensive for them. Although the degree of flat-rate bias varies, until now, no study has analyzed service characteristics that might influence its extent. In five studies combining three different approaches, Fabian Uhrich shows that customers‘ consumption goals with regard to a service have substantial impacts on their flat-rate choices: Consuming services to attain hedonic gratification leads to a significantly higher flat-rate bias than using services to fulfill utilitarian needs. The more hedonic a service, the higher the taxi-meter, insurance, and overestimation effects. However, more utilitarian value has no significant impact on the flat-rate bias. Thus, by increasing hedonic perceptions of their services, service providers could gain more flat-rate contract customers.In a subsequent step, Uhrich investigates the consequences of a flat-rate bias on customer loyalty. Whereas prior research has found no negative impact of flat-rate bias on customer loyalty, Uhrich‘s study provides a more differentiated perspective. A survival analysis of two-year transactional data of 21,490 Internet service provider customers reveals that flat-rate bias has a negative effect on churn but not on tariff switching. The expected lifetime of a flat-rate bias customer contract decreases with every overspent Euro by about 1 percent. The relationship between flat-rate bias and the Customer Lifetime Value (CLV) is inversely U-shaped. Low degrees of flat-rate bias increase the CLV while high degrees can reverse this effect. The results of an experimental survey among mobile telephony customers explain these discrepancies to prior findings by showing that the competitive position of a service provider moderates the consequences of flat-rate bias. While low-cost service providers only experience increased tariff switching, premium providers are confronted with an increased churn risk.Managers of premium service providers are therefore advised to carefully evaluate reactions of their flat-rate bias customer base and proactively manage customers with strong flat-rate bias. Low-cost providers, however, have no need for action and can benefit from flat-rates without the danger of churn. They should leverage the positive impact of service ‚hedonization‘ on the flat-rate bias to increase profits.
UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System) is the third generation telecommunications system based on WCDMA. WCDMA (Wideband Code Division Multiple Access) is the radio interface for UMTS. WCDMA is characterised by use of a wider band than CDMA. It has additional advantages of high transfer rate, and increased system capacity and communication quality by statistical multiplexing, etc. WCDMA efficiently utilises the radio spectrum to provide a maximum data rate of 2 Mbit/s. UMTS (Universal Mobile Telecommunication System) will offer a consistent set of services to mobile computer and phone users no matter where they are located in the world. Based on the GSM (Global System for Mobile communication) communication standard, UMTS, endorsed by major standards bodies and manufacturers, is the planned standard for mobile users around the world by 2002. Today's cellular telephone systems are mainly circuit-switched, with connections always dependent on circuit availability. Packet-switched connection, using the Internet Protocol (IP), means that a virtual connection is always available to any other end point in the network. It will also make it possible to provide new services, such as alternative billing methods (pay-per-bit, pay-per-session, flat rate, asymmetric bandwidth, and others). The higher bandwidth of UMTS also promises new services, such as video conferencing and promises to realise the Virtual Home Environment (VHE) in which a roaming user can have the same services to which the user is accustomed when at home or in the office, through a combination of transparent terrestrial and satellite connections. * Provides an introduction to cellular networks and digital communications * Covers the air interface, radio access network and core network * Explains the Release '99 specifications clearly and effectively * Discusses UMTS services and future services beyond 3G * Features numerous problems and solutions in order to aid understanding Ideal for Academics and students on telecommunications, electronics and computer science courses, research and development engineers working in mobile/wireless communications and Cellular operators and technical consultants.
Bachelorarbeit aus dem Jahr 2013 im Fachbereich Informatik - Internet, neue Technologien, Note: Upper Second, SAE Institute Wien, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Die Vielfalt der derzeit eingesetzten Piktogramme begegnet uns permanent. So trifft man auf diese Art der Begriffsdarstellung im Straßenverkehr, auf Verkehrsschildern, auf Bahnhöfen, Flughäfen und sogar die kleinsten Wegweiser können mit einem Piktogramm in Verbindung gebracht werden. Weiters ist diese Form der Kommunikation selbst in digitalen Medien wie dem Internet zur Selbstverständlichkeit geworden. In Chat-Foren werden Emotionen über Smileys, auch als Emoticons bezeichnet, kommuniziert, Menünavigationen auf Webseiten werden immer öfter durch Icons ersetzt und selbst fachlich tiefgründige Begriffe werden beispielsweise in Customer Service Bereichen durch diese Art der Kommunikation unterstützt. Die Hersteller der mobilen Endgeräte setzen auf schlanke Displays, die Betriebssysteme werden trendig im so genannten 'Flat Design' entwickelt und auch die Designer der Webbranche passen sich an und entwickeln immer öfter klare und einfach zu verstehende Webseiten. Digitale Medien sind aus unserem Alltag nicht mehr wegzudenken, denn wir kommunizieren und interagieren beinahe täglich über Mobile Endgeräte und PC¿s. Grundvoraussetzung für diese Interaktion ist, dass wir so rasch wie möglich und so effizient wie nur möglich an unsere gewünschten Informationen kommen und dabei so wenig wie möglich kognitiv gefordert werden. Der Markt in der Mobilfunkbranche steigt im Sektor Datenvolumen ungebrochen. Dieser Trend wurde von den marktführenden Anbietern A1, T-Mobile und Drei bereits vor einiger Zeit prognostiziert und daher wurden die Unternehmensprozesse dementsprechend angepasst. Um die Hotline des Bereiches Customer Service zu entlasten und unter anderem die Mitarbeiterkosten zu senken, werden nach und nach die Webseiten der Unternehmen erweitert. Ein großer Teil der Entwicklung wird in Kundenforen, auch Customer Service Seiten genannt, investiert, welche meist mit FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions) betitelt sind. Die Kunden werden nachhaltig motiviert Lösungen für ihre Probleme in diesem speziellen Bereich der Webseite selbst zu finden. Die Unternehmen möchten die Seitennavigation erleichtern und verwenden des öfteren für die verschiedensten Begriffe Icons und auch Icon-Text Kombinationen, um diese selbsterklärend und einfach darzustellen. Das Ziel der vorliegenden Arbeit ist, zu untersuchen, ob die derzeit eingesetzten Icons in den Customer Service Bereichen der genannten Mobilfunkanbieter optimal gewählt wurden. Um das Wort optimal zu unterstützen wurden für die
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Has anyone of you ever wondered why it is that there are so many lions all around in the city of Lviv? Aged people living here will tell you they are not actually lions... The mobile scavenger hunt "Lions of Lviv" is a unique opportunity to discover the city through its legends with your smartphone. The route of the hunt is mostly flat, and teams have plenty of time to finish the hunt, so literally anyone can play it. Make sure to register all the members of your team, as the number of awards depends on it.There are totally sixteen clues in this hunt, but you can skip some of them. Plan to finish the hunt in the daylight. Or, if it will be too dark or the weather is bad, - postpone the remained clues to the next day. Your hunt is active 72 hours from the start time. You do not need to be connected to the internet to submit answers, open clues and use hints as the app works in the offline mode.
Lonely Planet's stationery selection continues to grow with this range of products developed by and for Lonely Planet's global team of travel writers.This journal, designed especially for the roving traveller, contains a mix of narrow-lined and blank pages to allow writing, jotting, sketching and noting.Durable, water-resistant coverLightweight and flexible for portabilityElastic band to hold pages closedBack cover pocket for loose papersLay-flat binding About Lonely Planet: Since 1973, Lonely Planet has become the world's leading travel media company with guidebooks to every destination, an award-winning website, mobile and digital travel products, and a dedicated traveller community. Lonely Planet covers must-see spots but also enables curious travellers to get off beaten paths to understand more of the culture of the places in which they find themselves. The world awaits!Lonely Planet guides have won the TripAdvisor Traveler's Choice Award in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, and 2016.'Lonely Planet. It's on everyone's bookshelves, it's in every traveller's hands. It's on mobile phones. It's on the Internet. It's everywhere, and it's telling entire generations of people how to travel the world.' - Fairfax Media 'Lonely Planet guides are, quite simply, like no other.' - New York Times