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Decision Tree Tutorial in 7 minutes with Decision Tree Analysis & Decision Tree Example (Basic)
 
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Complexity: Designing Complex Systems for the 21st Century
 
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Keynote by Wei Chen The design of complex "engineered" systems in the 21st century poses a set of common challenges, to name a few, the complexity and computational cost of system analysis, the heterogeneity of information at different levels of abstraction, the various sources of uncertainties, the multidisciplinary organization with conflicting goals, and the difficulty in understanding the socio-technical interfaces. Classical systems engineering approaches which focus on processes for cascading engineering requirements from higher to lower system levels is no longer suited to dealing with the global and socio-technical aspects of the 21st century complex systems. This presentation will first explore the research challenges and opportunities in designing complex "engineered" systems, and then focus on two specific topics in this area, i.e., (1) design of multiscale systems and (2) integrating heterogeneous consumer preference into enterprise-driven product design. Research in multiscale design presents the significant benefits of using computational design techniques for designing novel materials, new products, and new processes with exceptional system performance across diverse application domains such as material, energy, and medicine. Integrating consumer choice models into product design demonstrates the potential of combining analytical choice modeling with social networks for studying the social influence on new product adoption. It is concluded in this presentation that as systems continue to grow with increased complexity and more stringent requirements, many unanswered questions can be tackled using rigorous design methodologies.
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Industrial Design Paolo Amigo / Collection of GMP Ltda. Projects
 
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Projects in which I participate directly and indirectly for Green Minig Process Ltda, engineering company of innovation and technological transfer. Animations 3D, ergonomics analysis, proposed viable solutions, improvement and Reverse Engineering. Areas of safety, field research and analysis
Views: 181 PaoloAmigo
Google Analytics In Real Life - Online Checkout
 
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Shopping online is meant to be easy. Find out where your customers are "checking out" with Google Analytics.
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Designer Awareness in Theory-Based Design: A Case Study of a Pewter Product Development
 
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The design industry in Malaysia is very diversify and continues developing without compromising the innovation context. Thus, this design phenomenon has mediated as a contributor that balances the invention culture. This research intended to study the designers' awareness regarding the distinctive influent of design aesthetic theory and its necessity to be reflected in every aspect of marketing strategy, experience as well as the design image. Thus, to document the design context for future reference requires a proper research. A case study was made on a pewter product industry whereby the existence of design philosophy and thoughts references based on Islamic design concept and the Malay Principal of Aesthetic in the Malaysian pewter motifs was observed. The article form design was analyzed to pursue the designer thoughts through a theme sourcing process based on theories established in the Malay world. The theoretical framework for this study particularly based on Islamic Ornamentation Theory (Al-Faruqi) and Principal of Malay Aesthetic (Zakaria Ali). This study is conducted using both qualitative and quantitative methods through documents analysis (archival study), interviews and physical observations. Meanwhile, the thoughts analysis identified the internal and external factors that hopefully could help to improve the design process in the current design industry. Finally, recommendations were provided for improving and generating idea in solving the overall issues in a product design. (By: Siti Mastura Md Ishak, University Putra Malaysia; Nor Azlin Hamidon, University of Malaya; Roziya Ibrahim, Universiti Putra Malaysia )
Texo - For Complex Product Developmet Market Research Problems
 
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Texo is a unique market research methodology for complex new product development challenges. Texo is a powerful and versatile build-your-own approach to handle the demands of complex products without sacrificing data quality or analytic power. Texo offers simplicity to respondents, flexibility to researchers and clarity to managers. Visit www.trchome.com to learn more about TeXo and other products TRC offers or to download free white paper about TeXo configurator. Call Rich Raquet at 215.641.2220 to discuss TeXo and your new product development challenges.
Views: 8472 TRCresearch
Market Maker : Market Research
 
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Market Maker is a comprehensive interactive database of food industry marketing and business data. And its free for all to use. In this video we will look at the powerful search engine that Market Maker offers. We will demonstrate how to search for a specific demographic market in which to sell your products.
Industrial Design 101 for Startup Tech Companies
 
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Quick, picture the one thing that you interact with most on any given day. Got something? Good. Now think about your interactions with that object. Do you ever find yourself getting frustrated with certain features; wishing that the product was designed a little less with the layperson in mind and a little more in consideration of your extreme usage? Industrial Design Professor and Academy for Entrepreneurial Leadership Faculty Fellow McDonagh is deeply invested in rethinking product and service design. She will discuss when you should think about industrial design as part of product development and how it can to contribute to increased sales and customer satisfaction. Dr. Deana McDonagh is an Associate Professor of Industrial Design within the School of Art + Design and a faculty member of the Beckman Institute of Advanced Science and Technology. She is the Co-Editor of the Design Journal, and Special Guest Editor of the Journal of Engineering Design Special Edition "Design and Emotion".
Product Development Strategy Methodology
 
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Use Demand Metric's Product Development Strategy Methodology to develop a comprehensive product development strategy & plan. Get this methodology @ http://www.demandmetric.com/content/product-development-strategy-methodology Stages of methodology include: Market Problems Product Requirements Competitive Analysis Positioning Business Case Roadmap Product Launch Review There are 17 premium tools & templates linked inside of this methodology to faciliate the process.
Views: 802 Demand Metric
Introduction to trend research
 
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Trend research is nowadays a very important tool not only for creatives and product designers. A valid analisys and monitoring of trends helps managers and businessmen to better calibrate company's vision and positioning on the market; it gives clues to designers for creating new concepts; it supports marleting and advertising branches of the companies on generating communication strategies. This course aims to develop a rational method for trend analisys, customizable for every need but also shareable within a team, so to enhance time saving and resources optimization.
Sensory Analysis
 
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I have several recipes for new food products. Can you help me decide which is the best product to launch on the market? Jennifer Bryson from Food Innovation @ Abertay answers your question.
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10 Usability Heuristics
 
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A quick insight on Jakob Nielsen's 10 Usability Heuristics for Interface Design. For research purposes, if you are an instructor using this resource in an academic course setting please contact me : [email protected]
Views: 172929 David Lazarus
Design Research in a Non-Linear World
 
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The research process is no longer linear. The widespread and decentralized availability of data, and the ability of a new generation of Design Researchers to manage and utilize this content, has lead to a new way of conducting research. Those of us entering the profession today are part of the generation known as Digital Natives, born from approximately 1980 to 2000 — a generation that came of age immersed in information and user-generated content. We see the boundaries between disciplines as fluid and we adopt processes grounded in diverse disciplines, from anthropology and sociology to design and business. Spurred by its newest practitioners, design research has evolved to take on a holistic approach that exploits the convergence of the equally important analog and digital worlds and examines the way in which this interplay can influence how we conduct research. Like the content itself, the way people continuously process, gather, analyze and communicate information has also adapted. It is dynamic, ever-changing, agile, and never finished. Traditional social science research processes still play a very critical role in how we conduct research. We are not changing the intention of research, but re-framing the way it's being done by harnessing today's ubiquitous data, tools and social behaviors. This paper addresses the evolving tools and techniques that Digital Natives bring to the discipline and what this shift means for traditional processes in design, strategy and business. We outline strategies for exploiting an abundance of content, dealing with ambiguity to create meaning, and taking advantage of the ongoing multi-directional conversation that technology enables. (By: Erin Mariel Mays and Cynthia Kossayan from Stuart Karten Design)
XLSTAT-MX
 
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XLSTAT-MX is a dedicated statistical software solution for Market Research analysis. It is a must have complement for XLSTAT-Pro users who deal with sensory data analysis, and use Preference Mapping, Penalty analysis ,Generalized Procrustes Analysis, TURF analysis or other related analytical techniques to give insights into customers' behavior in order to identify directions for product improvement.
Views: 3449 XLSTAT
Product Demo: Mobile UX Research Tool
 
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See what you can do with the power of UserZoom now available for iOS (iPhone/iPad) and Android devices! With UserZoom's Mobile UX Research Tool, you can analyze the user experience from within mobile web browsers OR apps! For more information and to see more videos, visit http://www.userzoom.com/products Follow us on twitter: http://www.twitter.com/userzoom Follow us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/userzoom Follow us on Linkedin: http://www.linkedin.com/company/userzoom
Views: 3739 UserZoom
Dawn of Design - Market Analysis
 
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This is a video blog about game design from our company Dawn of Play. http://dawnofplay.com In the second episode Matej Jan looks at the market if there is enough unmet demand for games focused on creation. He talks about the gap between supply and demand for different types of computer games that gave rise to indie games toward the end of the 2000s. For more behind the scenes content visit our Facebook page: http://www.facebook.com/DawnOfPlay Music is "That Feeling", again by Leemajik http://soundcloud.com/leemajik
Views: 3952 DawnOfPlay
The Ecocraze, a Case Study: Negotiating a Greener Product Design Landscape
 
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"Changes in consumer demand for 'green' or 'eco' products is becoming increasingly apparent, as global campaigns gain traction, such as climate change, due to western and, increasingly the developing world's appetite for goods and services. The machine that created such concerns in the pioneering days of capitalism has turned to marketing and spin to cash in on this "ecocraze". Manzini has proposed that the ecological crisis we face is based on a crisis of the commons, a lack of contemplative time, and a proliferation of remedial goods (Manzini 2006). Seemingly, purchasing patterns are the same as the unsustainable buying behaviours that started the environmental crisis dominating world news. There lies the juxtaposition between designing for consumers, and designing to the core principles of sustainability, where avoiding, reducing, reusing, recycling and regenerating are somewhat detached from a purely consumer driven market. Whether products are environmentally preferable or not is another story, but generally this could be verified with life cycle assessment (LCA), which unfortunately is often above and beyond the means of the designer. This paper explores case studies of contemporary design that do make large shifts to lower environmental impact, by analysing them from an LCA perspective. The streamlined models will be completed in Simapro (TM) software package, with data taken from current life cycle inventories, past studies and primary sources, and look at the shifts that the presented products may have realised. The quantitative results shall be compared to a standard product default or orientation. The author will explore whether the products allow users to enact behaviours or decisions needed if environmental impacts are to be reigned in." (By: Simon Lockrey, RMIT University )
Food Product Development
 
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Product Development - Entrepreneurship 101 2010/11
 
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Converting an idea or a lab prototype into a real, customer-ready product is no simple task. Learn how to turn your idea into a successful product by following the "V-model" of concept development. Learn how to differentiate between the steps of product development, including research, design, implementation, testing, verification, validation, operations and maintenance. MaRS - Building Canada's next generation of global technology companies. marsdd.com
Design and Analysis of Randomized Trials - Dr. James A. Talcott
 
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James A. Talcott, MD SM, Director, Center of Health Care Quality and Research Outcomes, Continuum Cancer Centers of New York, Beth Israel Medical Center
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Lecture on Design Research Part 3
 
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June 2011 - Doreen Toutikian, founder and director of the MENA Design Research Center gives a lecture on Design reseach in Notre Dame University, Lebanon.
Views: 374 MENADesignResearch
Product Design Process with Systematic Innovation
 
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http://www.c2c-solutions.com A product design process using systematic innovation including best practice innovation tools, Kano Model, CAGE model and innovation course. Describes the 8-Step new product development process that takes customer requirements into account. Customized training and workshops are available. Contact us at (248) 879-8040.
Views: 25226 InnovationTutorials
Competitive Analysis Tool
 
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Use Demand Metric's Competitive Analysis Tool to conduct an analysis and to determine your market position with regard to value, price and market share. Once you have selected and defined your value drivers, score your product/service against your competitors and use the positioning map to identify and analyze your position in the market. Get this tool @ http://www.demandmetric.com/content/competitive-analysis-tool
Views: 5065 Demand Metric
Jan Chipchase: Design anthropology
 
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Jan Chipchase, head of research for frog Design, talks about the process behind his company's acclaimed work. Chipchase and his team spend weeks on the ground, living with participants and observing the activities and rules of their daily lives. The result is a process of drilling down to the essence of an experience before even beginning to design it.
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Tishitu ( AutoCad Tutorial 3D Design ) Ver 2004. Part 1-2
 
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Computer-aided design Computer-aided design (CAD), also known as computer-aided design and drafting (CADD), is the use of computer technology for the process of design and design-documentation. Computer Aided Drafting describes the process of drafting with a computer. CADD software, or environments, provides the user with input-tools for the purpose of streamlining design processes; drafting, documentation, and manufacturing processes. CADD output is often in the form of electronic files for print or machining operations. The development of CADD-based software is in direct correlation with the processes it seeks to economize; industry-based software (construction, manufacturing, etc.) typically uses vector-based (linear) environments whereas graphic-based software utilizes raster-based (pixielated) environments. CADD environments often involve more than just shapes. As in the manual drafting of technical and engineering drawings, the output of CAD must convey information, such as materials, processes, dimensions, and tolerances, according to application-specific conventions.CAD may be used to design curves and figures in two-dimensional (2D) space; or curves, surfaces, and solids in three-dimensional (3D) objects.[1] CAD is an important industrial art extensively used in many applications, including automotive, shipbuilding, and aerospace industries, industrial and architectural design, prosthetics, and many more. CAD is also widely used to produce computer animation for special effects in movies, advertising and technical manuals. The modern ubiquity and power of computers means that even perfume bottles and shampoo dispensers are designed using techniques unheard of by engineers of the 1960s. Because of its enormous economic importance, CAD has been a major driving force for research in computational geometry, computer graphics (both hardware and software), and discrete differential geometry Overview Current computer-aided design software packages range from 2D vector-based drafting systems to 3D solid and surface modellers. Modern CAD packages can also frequently allow rotations in three dimensions, allowing viewing of a designed object from any desired angle, even from the inside looking out. Some CAD software is capable of dynamic mathematic modeling, in which case it may be marketed as CADD — computer-aided design and drafting.CAD is used in the design of tools and machinery and in the drafting and design of all types of buildings, from small residential types (houses) to the largest commercial and industrial structures (hospitals and factories). CAD is mainly used for detailed engineering of 3D models and/or 2D drawings of physical components, but it is also used throughout the engineering process from conceptual design and layout of products, through strength and dynamic analysis of assemblies to definition of manufacturing methods of components. It can also be used to design objects. CAD has become an especially important technology within the scope of computer-aided technologies, with benefits such as lower product development costs and a greatly shortened design cycle. CAD enables designers to lay out and develop work on screen, print it out and save it for future editing, saving time on their drawings. Uses Computer-aided design is one of the many tools used by engineers and designers and is used in many ways depending on the profession of the user and the type of software in question.CAD is one part of the whole Digital Product Development (DPD) activity within the Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) process, and as such is used together with other tools, which are either integrated modules or stand-alone products, such as:Computer-aided engineering (CAE) and Finite element analysis (FEA)Computer-aided manufacturing (CAM) including instructions to Computer Numerical Control (CNC) machines Photo realistic rendering Document management and revision control using Product Data Management (PDM).CAD is also used for the accurate creation of photo simulations that are often required in the preparation of Environmental Impact Reports, in which computer-aided designs of intended buildings are superimposed into photographs of existing environments to represent what that locale will be like were the proposed facilities allowed to be built. Potential blockage of view corridors and shadow studies are also frequently analyzed through the use of CAD..
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Umberto - Software for Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Material Flow Analysis (MFA) - by ifu Hamburg
 
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Umberto is the leading software tool for modeling, calculation, visualization and assessment of material and energy flow systems. More information on http://www.umberto.de. It is used to analyze production systems, either in a plant or a whole company, or, along a product life cycle. Results can be assessed using economic and environmental performance indicators, such as the Carbon Footprint. Cost data for materials and processes can be linked to environmental indicators to better support managerial decision making. Umberto addresses companies with cost intensive production that which to optimize their processes and improve their competitiveness. Umberto is also a flexible and versatile tool for research institutions and consultancies, e.g. for material flow analysis studies or for life cycle assessment (LCA) studies of products. The most recent addition to the Umberto product range is the software Umberto for Carbon Footprint. An affordable software for calculating, analysing and evaluating the carbon footprints of products and companies. Download a free trial version of Umberto for Carbon Footprint to evaluate the software for a period of 30 days: http://www.umberto.de/en/carbonfootprint/download
Views: 3257 ifu Hamburg
Research and the Design Process
 
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Although it is only a part of RGI's design process it directs us to achieving our goal of BEHAVIORAL IMPACT THROUGH DESIGN by presenting us with tangible evidence, factual information and answers the question "why". This research-based project completed at the Cleveland Science Center demonstrates how important research grounded by ethnography is in the design process. Getting to really know and understand the needs and actions of our client's client gives us insights that will better allow us to design for the end user. This then provides value on top of creating beautiful, aesthetically pleasing solutions.
Views: 148 RGI Creative
How to do a Cost Benefit Analysis: A 3-Minute Crash Course
 
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How to Do a Cost Benefit Analysis - Master the Basics in 3 Minutes. Join us at http://www.wilymanager.com/how-to-do-a-cost-benefit-analysis/ to watch the full-length video about How to Do a Cost Benefit Analysis. Get Instant Access to 200+ management Videos and Cheat Sheets... perfect for busy managers like you!
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Static Analysis of Code for I18n Planning part 1
 
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Progressing from understanding internationalization best practices to actually building and implementing internationalization plans, and monitoring ongoing internationalization efforts can be a big leap. It's one thing to tell developers to externalize strings and enable Unicode and quite another to scope that work, build and measure metrics, and execute a plan. In this workshop, we'll look at using internationalization static analysis with Globalyzer, while examining the relationship between findings and project plan creation. We'll also review common elements for internationalization project planning and consider measuring and supporting internationalization criteria for concurrent and ongoing new product development. Finally, we'll illustrate applying static analysis via continuous integration for ongoing agile cycles. Presented by: Adam Asnes founded Lingoport in 2001. As Lingoport's president and CEO, he focuses on sales and marketing alliances while maintaining oversight of the company's internationalization services engineering and Globalyzer product development. Adam is a frequent speaker on globalization technology as it affects businesses expanding their worldwide reach. Olivier Libouban has worked in the software industry for 25 years as a software engineer and project manager for start-ups as well as large corporations. A native of France, Olivier has wide ranging experience in the United States, France, Switzerland and Norway with work in research and development departments as well as client projects of all sizes and complexity. Olivier has a Diplôme d'Ingénieur from the National Institute of Applied Sciences in France and a master's degree in computer science from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Views: 605 Lingoport
DEFCON 19: Insecurity: An Analysis Of Current Commercial And Government Security Lock Designs
 
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Speakers: Marc Weber Tobias Investigative Attorney and Security Specialist, Security.org | Matt Fiddler Security Consultant | Tobias Bluzmanis Security Consultant Lock manufacturers continue to produce insecure designs in both mechanical and electro-mechanical locks. While these devices are designed to provide secure access control to commercial and government facilities, in fact many do not. Recent disclosures with regard to extremely popular push-button locks have led to an expanded investigation into their technology and security by our research team. As a consequence, it appears that mechanical locks, as well as electro-mechanical locks that are compliant with government standards, may be subject to several different forms of compromise, thereby placing commercial and government facilities at risk. In this presentation, we will examine specific design parameters that are supposed to provide a high level of protection against covert entry for both commercial and government facilities, but do not. It would be logical to assume that the electronics and physical hardware within physical access security devices would work together and present a high level of difficulty in circumventing the requirements of these standards. Our research has disclosed that such is not the case in certain devices. Our investigation with regard to a specific manufacturer of extremely popular hardware discloses a lack of understanding with regard to security engineering and an inability to produce hardware that is immune to different forms of attack. We document three serious occurrences of security engineering failures with regard to different product designs, all intended to provide a certain level of security for commercial and government facilities. We will examine different designs, both mechanical and electronic, and why there is a basic failure in the most basic fundamentals of designing a secure device. For more information visit: http://bit.ly/defcon19_information To download the video visit: http://bit.ly/defcon19_videos Playlist Defcon 19: http://bit.ly/defcon19_playlist
Views: 1765 Christiaan008
Paul-Ranky-Design-For-Customer-Requirements-cimwareukandusa-Clip-2W.mov
 
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Full program at www.cimwareukandusa.com Professor Ranky's DVD Video Library Digital Product Design: Design For Customer Requirements: Parts 1, 2, 3 & 4 The DVD Quatro Set: An Introduction To Customer Requirements Analysis, Sustainable Green Design and Other Use-cases, Analytical Methods, Software Tools, Customer-Centered Product, Process and Service System Demonstrations An In-depth Customer Focused Design Analysis, Use Cases & Tools Written, Presented, Edited, and Produced by Professor Paul G. Ranky, PhD, NJIT, USA Full program at www.cimwareukandusa.com Level: Product and process design engineers and managers keen to satisfy customer requirements, industrial engineers, sustainable green design-focused engineers and managers, PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) engineers, manufacturing systems engineers, IT and software developers, quality & operations managers, and others, interested in designing products, processes and service systems with a customer-focus. Also ideal for undergraduate / graduate education and research in sustainable lean six-sigma-focused product design, green design and waste reduction. Industrial Sponsors/ Contributors include with special thanks to Bentley, Ferrari, Mercedes-Benz, Denso Manufacturing, Michigan, Inc., USA, Harley Davidson, USA, The city of Paris, France, Osaka, and Tokyo, in Japan, Budapest, in Hungary, Europe, Toyota USA, GM Corvette, CIMware Ltd. UK, CIMware USA, Inc., and others. Contents: This publication is a professional quality DVD video & 3D interactive eBook DVD Quatro Set, meaning three video DVDs and one 3D eBook on computer readable DVD-ROM, covering enjoyable use-cases, and some of the most important QFD (Quality Function Deployment) - CORA (Component -Oriented Requirements Analysis) analytical as well as practical aspects of Customer-Centered Design, within a digital product design & development framework. Having understood the material presented, the product design and development team will have a clear concept, sound methods, and tools for customer-focused design at all levels, and in all processes during product design and development, including service level products & processes. In the DVD Quatro Set Part 1 is a DVD video, taped in the USA, Europe and Japan, introducing the topic, with several customer requirements-focused design examples. Part 2 is a DVD Video, also taped in the USA, Europe and Japan, illustrating the importance of customer focus in product design and product / process development. Part 3 is a DVD video discussion of the rational, the cost issues, and a detailed demonstration of an analytical customer requirements analysis method and Professor Ranky's extended QFD / CORA tool-set. Part 4 is a 3D eBook on DVD, an interactive browser readable electronic book, containing all important diagrams, images, calculations, interactive 3D objects, video clips, text explanations, etc. the design team needs to calculate with their own data. System Requirements: DVD-ROM: NTSC standard definition (SD) DVD video player for TV, and/or computer. Approximate length P1=35, P2=35, P3=56 minutes, in 16:9 widescreen format, also playable on a 4:3 regular screen, or any good computer screen (800 x 600 resolution, or better). Also available in PAL DVD video, in streamed digital, and Apple Video iPod formats. The HD (high-definition NTSC and PAL) formats are also available as soon as the HD DVD standard is finalized. The 3D eBook (approximately 400 screens, Part 4 in this set) is a browser readable DVD. To execute the spreadsheets you'll need an MS Excel compatible tool (not included). It runs on a multimedia Mac, PC or Linux. Use a 800 MHz CPU or faster, and 16 bit, 800 x 600 dpi, or better screen resolution. Use a web-browser and QuickTime ver. 7 or later available FREE from: http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download. Please visit www.cimwareukandusa.com for relating titles & products. Full program at www.cimwareukandusa.com
Views: 91 Paul Ranky
Static Analysis of Code for I18n Planning part 3
 
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Progressing from understanding internationalization best practices to actually building and implementing internationalization plans, and monitoring ongoing internationalization efforts can be a big leap. It's one thing to tell developers to externalize strings and enable Unicode and quite another to scope that work, build and measure metrics, and execute a plan. In this workshop, we'll look at using internationalization static analysis with Globalyzer, while examining the relationship between findings and project plan creation. We'll also review common elements for internationalization project planning and consider measuring and supporting internationalization criteria for concurrent and ongoing new product development. Finally, we'll illustrate applying static analysis via continuous integration for ongoing agile cycles. Presented by: Adam Asnes founded Lingoport in 2001. As Lingoport's president and CEO, he focuses on sales and marketing alliances while maintaining oversight of the company's internationalization services engineering and Globalyzer product development. Adam is a frequent speaker on globalization technology as it affects businesses expanding their worldwide reach. Olivier Libouban has worked in the software industry for 25 years as a software engineer and project manager for start-ups as well as large corporations. A native of France, Olivier has wide ranging experience in the United States, France, Switzerland and Norway with work in research and development departments as well as client projects of all sizes and complexity. Olivier has a Diplôme d'Ingénieur from the National Institute of Applied Sciences in France and a master's degree in computer science from the University of Wisconsin at Madison.
Views: 97 Lingoport
Tablet Formulation Development London
 
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Course content: This unique 2 day course introduces and integrates the key elements of tablet development with the principles of Quality by Design (QbD). It will include experimental, hands-on experience of formulation development using the Gamlen Tablet Press. Topics include: Day 1 The Product Development Lifecycle Making sense of ICH Q8, 9 and 10 - moving from theory to practice Designing formulations and processes to meet the Target Product Profile Formulation development Formula selection Process selection Product Optimisation and the formulation cycle Developing Product Control Strategies at the formulation development phase Coating polymers Day 2 Advanced characterisation and development techniques Formulation mapping using X-ray and Raman spectroscopy AFM in formulation development Real time particle size analysis Dryer control using NIR Blend uniformity assessment using NIR and other techniques Compressibility comparison using the Gamlen Tablet Press Characterisation of tablet coats using THz spectroscopy Proper integration of all of these elements is essential to achieve "Quality by Design" because data from each phase is used to control the next step in the development process. By achieving proper integration based on sound scientific principles, many development and production problems can be avoided. The course includes case studies of tablet formulation development and a detailed step by step analysis of all elements of the tablet manufacturing process. Hands on, practical studies will underpin the scientific learning in this participative course. Who should attend? The course is designed for people new to tablet development, and those requiring a refresher in the area. It will also benefit Process Development experts wishing to extend their understanding of why products processes can go wrong, and regulatory and quality personnel who need to understand the development process. Course Programme: This 2 day course will consist of: Day 1: Introduction to formulation development Morning Linking material properties to formulation and processing behaviour. Selecting the right formulation for the drug and target product profile based on the properties of the drug substance Key unit operations and their Critical Process Parameters Formula selection Process selection Afternoon Putting it altogether - building a coherent manufacturing process Product Optimisation and the formulation cycle Developing Product Control Strategies at the formulation development phase Coating polymers Day 2 Advanced techniques in formulation Morning Formulation mapping using X-ray and Raman spectroscopy AFM in formulation development Real time particle size analysis Dryer control using NIR Blend uniformity assessment using NIR and other techniques Afternoon Compressibility comparison using the Gamlen Tablet Press Characterisation of tablet coats using THz spectroscopy Case studies, workshops Use of the Precision Compaction Tester Participants open forum and Question and Answer session. Practical Effect of formulation and process parameters on material compressibility NOTE: Wherever possible participants should bring practical problems and examples which can be reviewed on the course. The course will be highly participative and useful for people with or without formulation experience.
Views: 2816 Dipankar Dey
Technoport talks: Roland Clift, PRODUCT DESIGN AND PERFOMANCE -- beyond "design for the environment"
 
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Applying the industrial ecology approach to the flows and stocks of materials in the economy leads to some simple but often overlooked conclusions. To reduce consumption of energy and materials, the highest priority is to extend the service life of manufactured products; this is even more important than increasing the proportion of post-use products which are re-used or recycled. Roland Clift is Emeritus Professor of Environmental Technology and Founding Director of the Centre for Environmental Strategy (CES) at the University of Surrey; he is also Visiting Professor in Environmental System Analysis at Chalmers University and Adjunct Professor in Chemical and Biological Engineering at the University of British Columbia. He is Past President and current Executive Director of the International Society for Industrial Ecology. His research specialisation is in the broad field of Environmental System Analysis, including Life Cycle Assessment, Industrial Ecology and Sustainable Energy Systems. Technoport Talks are inspiring presentations that are designed to show the possibilities and disseminate knowledge on role of technolgy in the transition to a green economy. For more videos go to: http://technoport.no/talks
Views: 738 Technoport
Who We Are
 
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http://foodscienceproductdevelopment.com Since 2001Food Science Chef has provided the highest quality of cost effective, new food product development and beverage development services for the food and beverage industry. From concept to commercialization, we bring forth unmatched expertise in areas such as: conceptualization, finalized formulas, food product design, production logistics, product analysis and scale up. Our company offers you food product development and access to food consultants that possess a combination off over 80 years of food product design and beverage development experience. Food Science Chef has a Proven track record in new food product development that is unmatched by any other company in the world. www.foodscienceproductdevelopment.com
Views: 152 Scott Carlino
Manufacturing Tools - What does an Industrial Engineer do???? by Marty Rosenbloom of MBR Consults
 
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Marty Rosenbloom, of MBR Consulting, will share how Industrial Engineers develop methods, labor utilization standards, and cost analysis systems for correct pricing and facility operation. There's an art and a science to studying operations sequence, material flow, functional statements, and project information to determine systems (labor, tools, computers) design and workplace layout. Come learn more about how Industrial Engineers evaluate what activities should be done and in what order. If you're interested in networking with others in the Manufacturing field, join us for a great meeting. Our host is the Dean Courtney Kohn-Sanders, Morris Graduate School of Management in Schaumburg Il. Sponsored by: Hal Koughn - HKC Operations, Inc. Chuck Scharenberg - Kaizen Consulting Ann Potts - Executive Performance Fuel Royal Johnson - B2B CFO's Marty Rosenbloom - MBR Consults Laurie Huspen - Valuable Resources Co. Fred McMurray - Mandatek LLC Live Internet TV http://www.ustream.tv/channel/manufacturing-tools or http://bit.ly/MfgTools Link Locally, Connect Globally What should the business network of the 21st century look like? Give us your feedback at: http://www.linkedlocalnetwork.com Link Locally, Connect Globally
Views: 20788 Fred McMurray
Risk-Based-Design-Paul-Ranky-cimwareukandusa-Clip5W.mov
 
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Professor Ranky's DVD Video Library Risk-based Design: Parts 1, 2, 3 & 4 The DVD Quatro Set: Introduction, Use Cases, Analytical Methods, Tools, Discussion and Practical Demonstrations The Digital Product Design & Development Series, www.cimwareukandusa.com An In-depth Risk-based Design Analysis, Methodology, Use Cases & Tools Written, Presented, Edited, and Produced by Professor Paul G. Ranky, PhD, NJIT, USA, IEEE Green Engineering Editor Level: Product and process design engineers and managers, industrial engineers, PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) engineers, IT developers, quality & operations managers, and others, interested in eliminating unnecessary risk, waste, lost time, and compensation costs. Also ideal for undergraduate / graduate education and research in lean product design and product development, digital design and manufacturing, risk assessment, risk reduction, risk management, and waste reduction. Industrial Sponsors/ Contributors include with special thanks to Denso Manufacturing, Michigan, Inc., USA, Denso Corporation, Takatana Plant, in Japan, USA, the City of Osaka, FIRST Robotics, LSC, NJIT, Toyota, Volvo, NASA, SpanTech, Interrroll, IntelliTrack, Working Machines Inc., Pick/Put-to-Display (PTD), USA, Richard G. Ranky, BS(Hons), CIMware Ltd. UK, CIMware USA, Inc., and others... www.cimwareukandusa.com Contents: This publication is a professional quality DVD video & 3D interactive eBook DVD Quatro Set, meaning three video DVDs and one 3D eBook on computer readable DVD-ROM, covering some of the most important FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) analytical as well as practical aspects of Risk-based Design, within a digital product design & development framework. Having understood the material presented, the product design and development team will have a clear concept, sound methods, and tools for reducing risk at all levels, and in all processes during product design and development, including service level products & processes. In the DVD Quatro Set Part 1 is a DVD video, introducing the topic, the rational, the cost issues with several risk-reduction by design examples. Part 2 is a DVD Video, taped in the USA, Europe and Japan, illustrating the importance of reducing risk in product design and product / process development. Part 3 is a DVD video discussion and demonstration of an in-depth analytical method and Professor Ranky's extended FMEA (Failure Mode Effects Analysis) tool-set, and Part 4 is a 3D eBook on DVD, an interactive browser readable electronic book, containing all important diagrams, images, calculations, interactive 3D objects, video clips, text explanations, etc. System Requirements: DVD-ROM: NTSC standard definition (SD) DVD video player for TV, and/or computer. Approximate length P1 = 41, P2 = 35, P3 = 53 minutes, in 16:9 widescreen format, also playable on a 4:3 regular screen, or any good computer screen (800 x 600 resolution, or better). Also available in PAL DVD video, in streamed digital, and Apple Video iPod formats. The HD (high-definition NTSC and PAL) formats are also available. The 3D eBook (approximately 400 screens, Part 4 in this set) is a browser readable DVD. To execute the spreadsheets you'll need an MS Excel compatible tool (not included). It runs on a multimedia Mac, PC or Linux. Use a 500 MHz CPU or faster, and 16 bit, 800 x 600 dpi, or better screen resolution. Use a web-browser and QuickTime ver. 6 or later available FREE from: http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download. Please visit www.cimwareukandusa.com for relating titles & products... www.cimwareukandusa.com
Views: 187 Paul Ranky
User & Buyer Personas with John Peltier (Product School For Founders)
 
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Visit http://www.thestartupslingshot.com today for additional interviews on this topic! In today's episode of Product School for Founders we have John Peltier, Product Manager at The Network in Atlanta, Georgia. John is going to teach us about buyer and user personas and the impact they can have on our product's design, strategy and success. Personas are a powerful tool to better understand the buyer and user of a product. Insights obtained from persona development and analysis can drive optimal interaction design and user interface for the people that will use the product, as well as helping to strategize the optimal feature set to win over the buyer. The trick is to create living personas by synthesizing market data and observation of in-house subject matter experts to build these strategic tools as quickly as possible. In this session, we'll review the basics of user and buyer personas and lead a discussion of your use of personas, and of ways to build personas that others can put into practice after attending the session.
Views: 1344 William Griggs
Risk-Based-Design-Paul-Ranky-cimwareukandusa-Clip1W.mov
 
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Professor Ranky's DVD Video Library Risk-based Design: Parts 1, 2, 3 & 4 The DVD Quatro Set: Introduction, Use Cases, Analytical Methods, Tools, Discussion and Practical Demonstrations The Digital Product Design & Development Series, www.cimwareukandusa.com An In-depth Risk-based Design Analysis, Methodology, Use Cases & Tools Written, Presented, Edited, and Produced by Professor Paul G. Ranky, PhD, NJIT, USA, IEEE Green Engineering Editor Level: Product and process design engineers and managers, industrial engineers, PLM (Product Lifecycle Management) engineers, IT developers, quality & operations managers, and others, interested in eliminating unnecessary risk, waste, lost time, and compensation costs. Also ideal for undergraduate / graduate education and research in lean product design and product development, digital design and manufacturing, risk assessment, risk reduction, risk management, and waste reduction. Industrial Sponsors/ Contributors include with special thanks to Denso Manufacturing, Michigan, Inc., USA, Denso Corporation, Takatana Plant, in Japan, USA, the City of Osaka, FIRST Robotics, LSC, NJIT, Toyota, Volvo, NASA, SpanTech, Interrroll, IntelliTrack, Working Machines Inc., Pick/Put-to-Display (PTD), USA, Richard G. Ranky, BS(Hons), CIMware Ltd. UK, CIMware USA, Inc., and others... www.cimwareukandusa.com Contents: This publication is a professional quality DVD video & 3D interactive eBook DVD Quatro Set, meaning three video DVDs and one 3D eBook on computer readable DVD-ROM, covering some of the most important FMEA (Failure Mode and Effects Analysis) analytical as well as practical aspects of Risk-based Design, within a digital product design & development framework. Having understood the material presented, the product design and development team will have a clear concept, sound methods, and tools for reducing risk at all levels, and in all processes during product design and development, including service level products & processes. In the DVD Quatro Set Part 1 is a DVD video, introducing the topic, the rational, the cost issues with several risk-reduction by design examples. Part 2 is a DVD Video, taped in the USA, Europe and Japan, illustrating the importance of reducing risk in product design and product / process development. Part 3 is a DVD video discussion and demonstration of an in-depth analytical method and Professor Ranky's extended FMEA (Failure Mode Effects Analysis) tool-set, and Part 4 is a 3D eBook on DVD, an interactive browser readable electronic book, containing all important diagrams, images, calculations, interactive 3D objects, video clips, text explanations, etc. System Requirements: DVD-ROM: NTSC standard definition (SD) DVD video player for TV, and/or computer. Approximate length P1 = 41, P2 = 35, P3 = 53 minutes, in 16:9 widescreen format, also playable on a 4:3 regular screen, or any good computer screen (800 x 600 resolution, or better). Also available in PAL DVD video, in streamed digital, and Apple Video iPod formats. The HD (high-definition NTSC and PAL) formats are also available. The 3D eBook (approximately 400 screens, Part 4 in this set) is a browser readable DVD. To execute the spreadsheets you'll need an MS Excel compatible tool (not included). It runs on a multimedia Mac, PC or Linux. Use a 500 MHz CPU or faster, and 16 bit, 800 x 600 dpi, or better screen resolution. Use a web-browser and QuickTime ver. 6 or later available FREE from: http://www.apple.com/quicktime/download. Please visit www.cimwareukandusa.com for relating titles & products... www.cimwareukandusa.com
Views: 240 Paul Ranky
User Experience (UX) Recording & Analysis Tool
 
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Phone/Tablet Usability Field Testing ... just install the software, deploy, capture & analyse live field data - easy, cheap & accurate. As demonstrated at Mobile VCE's Innovation Showcase event in June 2011 on an Android Nexus One, this UK tool allows us to record, replay & analyse user interactions with the device. Running in the background, the software can support live, in-the-field, monitoring of a large user base at low cost. It enables phone designers to capture detailed information to analyse how a product is actually used with great accuracy, and to explore its reception by different types of users - previously expensive and perhaps impractical. If you are have a potential application, please contact us via the Mobile VCE office or website, or check out our Blog at vceblog.blogspot.com
Views: 178 mobilevce
Ceramic Printing
 
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This research studies two major challenges for ceramic products in the construction industry -- the need for increasing product diversity and customization, and the mounting pressure to conform to ever higher standards of environmental performance in design and construction. Both aspects of ceramics are looked at through a holistic, process-centric research approach that includes all aspects of the ceramic lifecycle, from production, distribution, and installation to operation and eventual dismantling. The two challenges of customization and sustainability are distinct yet related through the common goal of waste reduction. The research, a collaboration with Prof. Christoph Reinhart's GSD Sustainable Design Group, looks at opportunities for the strategic integration of common digital design tools in a newly developed robotic production method. The research developed a modular, integrated workflow for performance analysis and robotic fabrication of customizable ceramic components. To learn more about Ceramic Futures, visit: www.gsd.harvard.edu/news/gsd_stories/ceramic_futures.html Team: Nathan King, Anthony Kane, Justin Lavallee, Corey Yurokowich, Ben Tew, GS(D)^2: Prof. Christoph Reinhart, Shelby Doyle, Jeff Niemasz, Jon Sarget Sponsor: ASCER Tile of Spain Rendering: Jan Kokol Video Editing: Carnaven Chiu The Design Robotics Group focuses on funded research and other projects. We work with industrial partners, industry associations, students, faculty and staff of the GSD, as well as with other groups at the University. For more information, visit: www.gsd.harvard.edu/research/designrobotics To read more about the Ceramic Futures project, visit: www.gsd.harvard.edu/news/gsd_stories/ceramic_futures.html
Views: 5010 Harvard GSD
ATRA Powertrain Expo 2011 - Arielle and Mark - Automotive Research and Design
 
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Automotive Research and Design talk about the AT33EV, a highlight product at their booth at Powertrain Expo '11.
Views: 402 GearsMagazine
Paul-Ranky-Design-For-Assembly-InkJetPrinter-Disassy-cimwareukandusa-Clip3W.mov
 
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Full program at: www.cimwareukandusa.com Professor Ranky's DVD Video Library Digital Product Design: Design for Quality, Manufacturing, Assembly & Disassembly Principles, and an Inkjet Printer Green Engineering Disassembly Use Case Level: Product, process designers and managers, digital design and manufacturing engineers, sustainability & green engineers, industrial engineers, manufacturing and assembly system design engineers, quality control engineers, industrial designers, maintenance system design engineers and managers. Ideal for undergraduate / graduate education and research in product / process design, DFM , DFA, DFQ, (Design for Manufacturing, Assembly, Quality, Disassembly), Concurrent Engineering, PLM (Product Lifecycle Management), CAD / CAM, TQM, industrial engineering, industrial design, and others. Several sections and cases could be used even for high school students and technicians learning/ exploring customer-focused product/process/assembly/disassembly/ maintenance service design challenges. Industrial Sponsors/ Contributors include with special thanks to CIMware Ltd. UK, CIMware USA, Inc., and others. Contents: In order to achieve professional quality product/ process and service system design engineering skills, besides a strong analytical, digital design and digital manufacturing / assembly engineering foundation, one needs to learn basic and often very simple design rules. One of the best ways to learn these rules is to disassemble and analyze various products, try to understand the design / manufacturing / assembly processes followed, and also learn from mistakes. In this program Professor Ranky introduces, and to some extent illustrates several basic product design, process design, design for quality, assembly /disassembly, and other design rules with simple and practical examples whilst disassembling an inkjet printer on screen. In particular, the rules and principles discussed with examples include: design for quality, maintenance, assembly, disassembly, eco-friendly design issues, cost, risk, the concept of designing components, modules, and systems that can be assembled, as well as disassembled, material selection issues, design for the environment, the principle of 'z' stacking for assembly / disassembly, modular design principles, some part handling, and feeding issues, automated assembly and disassembly challenges, and others. (Disclaimer: please note, that all opinions expressed in this program are Paul G. Ranky's personal opinions, based on his own judgement, and have no reflections on any other party.) System Requirements: DVD-ROM: NTSC standard definition (SD) DVD video player for TV, or computer. Approximate length 38 mins, in 16:9 widescreen format, also playable on a 4:3 regular screen, or any good computer screen (800 x 600 resolution, or better). Furthermore available in PAL DVD video, in streamed digital, and Apple Video iPod formats. The HD (high-definition NTSC and PAL) formats are also available in HD. Please visit on the web www.cimwareukandusa.com for available formats, and further relating titles & products. Full program at: www.cimwareukandusa.com
Views: 126 Paul Ranky
AN INTRODUCTION TO SAMPLING AND POWER ANALYSIS
 
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I’ve decided on a design. Now, how many observations do I need? Sample size is a critically important factor in conducting successful research. A needlessly large sample is expensive and may be counter-productive, but an inadequate sample can prevent you from detecting important differences. This session will cover the various factors to consider when determining the “right” sample size for your research. Presented by: Dr. Walt Stroup, Statistics Download the accompanying Powerpoint presentation from our 'previous workshops' section on our website. SSP
Views: 1536 unlbosr
Project Pandora Liveview Design Review
 
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Technology Preview of the the Project Pandora Liveview design review tool, a cloud rendering research collaboration from Autodesk & Nvidia. This video demonstrates how the Project Pandora Liveview collaborative design tool allows users to share access to renders online, in order to quickly review and iterate projects with clients and colleagues.
Views: 4786 Autodesk
LHOV-Product Design & Development I
 
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Product Design & Development marries art, design, engineering, and advanced manufacturing in a curriculum that takes students from art to part to mart.
Research Laboratory on human Hair Product, Development Labs Stock Footage HD
 
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Research Laboratory, http://www.myfootage.com/details.php?gid=58&sgid=&pid=24590 This clip is available for licensing from MyFootage.com - Call us at (212) 620-3955 - Please Subscribe to our channel, as we are constantly adding new clips. Thanks!
Views: 46 MyFootage.com
Customer example of Contextual Analysis
 
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Paul Hepperla, Verisae's Vice President of Product Strategy gives a customer example of Contextual Analysis. For more information visit: www.verisae.com
Views: 333 VerisaeInc

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