Erscheinungsdatum: 24.12.2016, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Transmission of Tuberculosis among Household Contacts of MDR-TB, Titelzusatz: MDR-TB Patients in Peninsular Malaysia, Autor: Elmi, Omar, Verlag: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Medizin // Allgemeines, Lexika, Seiten: 320, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 493 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Radio24 is the only 24-hour news and talk radio station in Malaysia. The free-to-air station began trial transmission on 16 August 2007 at 12.00 p.m. and was officially launched on 3 September 2007 at 6.00 a.m. It broadcasts on the 93.9 FM frequency that was formerly used by Klasik Nasional FM, which was formed through the merger of Nasional FM and Klasik FM (formerly known as Radio Irama Melayu Asli (RIMA) in 1998 and later as Klasik FM in 2005).
The Bakun Hydroelectric Project is located in Sarawak, Malaysia on the Balui River, a tributary or source of the Rajang River and some sixty kilometers west of Belaga. As part of the project, the tallest concrete-faced rockfill dam in the world would be built. This would also be the largest dam in Asia outside of China. It is expected to generate 2,400 megawatts (MW) of electricity once completed. The purpose for the dam was to meet growing demand for electricity. However, most of this demand said to lie in Peninsular Malaysia and not East Malaysia, where the dam is located. Even in Peninsular Malaysia, however, there is an over-supply of electricity, with Tenaga Nasional Berhad being locked into unfavourable purchasing agreements with Independent Power Producers. The original idea was to have 30% of the generated capacity consumed in East Malaysia and the rest sent to Peninsular Malaysia. This plan envisioned 730 km of overhead HVDC transmission lines in East Malaysia, 670 km of undersea HVDC cable and 300 km of HVDC transmission line in Peninsular Malaysia.
Lightning is an unpredictable natural phenomenon which manifests itself in a few different ways. The cloud-to-ground type with negative downward lightning is the most common type that contributes to some 90 % of the occurrences of lightning strikes. There is a negative discharge more often than a positive discharge to the ground, and the negative discharge is known to give a higher value for the peak current during the first stroke as compared to the subsequent lightning strokes. This characteristic contributes to the damage to electrical power apparatus and the danger to human life. Lightning may also cause failure in a power system network such as medium and low voltage distribution lines which have a lower critical flashover (CFO) than the transmission system. For instance, in Malaysia, a statistical analysis of the performance of the electricity supply shows that at least 51 % of interruptions are caused by voltage transients.
Data compression deals with removal of redundancy, reducing bandwidth and thus lowering transmission and storage costs. Telemetry data can be sensitive to inaccuracies and require lossless compression for exact reconstruction at the receiver. One technology that has been successfully applied in a wide range of applications is artificial neural networks (ANN), a massively parallel system with pattern recognition capabilities. This monograph is a reproduction of the author s postgraduate thesis work at Multimedia University, Malaysia. A two-stage predictor-encoder combination is proposed, incorporating a variety of feedforward, recurrent and radial basis ANN architectures, as the predictors. The encoders are well known compression algorithms. Characteristic features of the models, transmission issues and other practical considerations are taken into account to determine optimised configuration of the schemes. Significant compression results are reported, along with a critical review of the strengths and weaknesses of over 50 implementations simulated with satellite telemetry data.
The focus of this study is to identify similarities and differences of monetary policy in Korea, Indonesia, Malaysia, Chile, Argentina, and Mexico following diverging financial liberalization strategies. The evolution of monetary transmission channels, targets and instruments is examined in connection with the timing and sequencing of financial reforms. Money demand functions are analyzed with respect to stability, causality, and structural breaks. It is shown that the gradual (Asian) liberalization strategy affected monetary policy in a different way than the big-bang (Latin American) approach. Constraints on monetary management are imposed by complex monetary transmission channels changing in view of financial sector crises, alterations in exchange rate regimes, and the increasing globalization of financial markets.
The implementation of Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) has been the focus of scholars for the past few decades. The tool is viewed as vital for transmission of business data electronically. Despite the substantial benefits, only a fraction of companies Worldwide have implemented EDI. Thus, this research is intended to examine the actual scenario of EDI implementation by focusing on manufacturers in Malaysia. The key objectives of this research are to identify EDI barriers, benefits, determinants and present integration levels, to discover the differences existed in EDI barriers, benefits, determinants and integration level based on demographic variables, to examine the influence of barriers, integration level and determinants towards the extent of received or perceived benefits, and to investigate influence of benefits on the improvement in firm performance, based on users' perception.