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It will be difficult to accurately estimate the budget required for a large application delivery deployment because of the tremendous number of variables involved. Fortunately, application delivery solutions tend to save organizations so much money that even significant budget overruns would compare favorably with the PC-based computing alternative. Budget Contingencies Management will want to see a budget and expect the project manager to hold to it. This is why it is important to build in contingencies for travel, cost overruns, and unexpected problems. It will sometimes be necessary to spend more than planned in order to achieve the desired results. It is also wiser to deviate from the budget in order to circumvent a problem before it becomes a crisis. Again, the vast savings enabled by the overall project should make this the wise alternative. Budget Monitoring Tying the budget to the project milestones is a good method for monitoring progress and keeping expenditures on track. It also can provide stakeholders with a clearer example of benefits. For instance, a project milestone might be replacing 500 old PCs with new thin-client terminals. The thin-client terminals cost $1,000 each, while purchasing 500 new PCs would cost $1,500 to $2,000 each (including the extra installation PCs require). Offset the project budget at this point against the cost of purchasing new PCs and the cost of upgrading those new PCs in two or three years.
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15.5.5 Compliant Mechanisms At the microscale, an alternative to rigid-body jointed mechanisms is a compliant mechanism that relies on elastic deformation of a structural continuum. Figure 15.3 illustrates an example. As shown in this gure, assembly is not required to make compliant mechanisms and therefore they are well suited for MEMS applications. In fact, compliant structures such as beams and membranes are ubiquitously found in existing MEMS devices. More sophisticated mechanical motion is also possible with compliant mechanisms. Applications of this at the microscale are emerging in microoptomechanical
At the core of every sales compensation plan is a formula that translates sales performance into income for the salesperson.This chapter presents a comprehensive listing of the different types of sales compensation formulas. All of these formulas are effective within a proper context. In other words, they are neither good nor bad, but can be effective or ineffective depending on their application.We offer observations about each formula for your consideration.
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Logical Format The translation of the physical sector layout of the disc into the logical arrangement of les and directories. A compact disc s logical le format as structured by ISO 9660 organizes data les in a manner that they can be accessed from a variety of computer platforms. Magneto-Optical (MO) A form of rewritable optical storage that combines magnetic principles with laser read and write techniques. MO discs have a magnetic coating that records a phase-shift when struck by a laser beam. They can be returned to the equivalent of a blank unrecorded state by using a laser pulse of different intensity. Mastering The physical act of etching data pits into the photoresistant layer of a glass master in preparation for creating a metal stamper. Matrix Encoding A technique that allows a number of surround sound audio channels to be presented to a conventional stereo system. A mathematical model is used to extract the appropriate audio information and deliver it in the proper format for stereo. Matte A portion of the screen which is blackened or otherwise covered to change the aspect ratio of an image being presented on a monitor or television screen. A matte is typically applied to the top and bottom of the screen when using the letterbox format in DVD-Video playback. Megabyte (MB) One million bytes of computer information. One byte is 8 bits. One bit is a single 1 or a 0, the basis of computer binary arithmetic. Eight bits grouped
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