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RYERSONITM 600Khalil ArbousaWinter

ITM 600 Chapter 3: Top_Down_Network_DesignChapter_3_Notes (1).docx

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Characterizing the existing internetwork: examine the customer"s existing network to better judge how to meet the expectations for: scalability, perfor
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RYERSONMHR 405Louis PikeFall

MHR 405 Study Guide - Earthlink, Uunet, File Server

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9 Feb 2014
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RYERSONITM 600Khalil ArbousaWinter

ITM 600 Study Guide - Loose Coupling, Distributed Computing, Telnet

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9 Feb 2014
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In other applications, the flow can be bidirectional and asymmetric: client stations send small queries and servers send large streams of data. In a br
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RYERSONITM 600Khalil ArbousaFall

ITM 600 Chapter Notes - Chapter 5: Internetworking, Architectural Drawing, Scalability

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4 Dec 2013
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Topology is a map of an internetwork that indicates network segments, interconnections points and user communities. Map is a high level blue print of t
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RYERSONITM 305Youcef DerbalFall

ITM 305 Lecture Notes - Extreme Programming, Sequence Diagram, Unified Modeling Language

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4 Nov 2012
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RYERSONACC 100Shavin MalhotraFall

ACC 100 Lecture Notes - Capital Account, Retained Earnings, Income Statement

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4 Nov 2012
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To update the balance in the owner"s capital account, accountants close revenue, expense, and drawing accounts at the end of each fiscal year or, occas
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RYERSONITM 305Youcef DerbalFall

ITM 305 Lecture Notes - Sequence Diagram, Extreme Programming, Unified Modeling Language

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14 Oct 2012
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RYERSONITM 305Youcef DerbalFall

ITM 305 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Work Breakdown Structure, Project Charter, Workflow

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14 Oct 2012
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Technical feasibility: domain knowledge, technology, project size (risk) Identify costs and benefits: assign value to costs and benefits, determine cas
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RYERSONFIN 562D ImariaWinter

FIN 562 Lecture Notes - Rural Development, Scottish Government, Conditionality

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16 Jun 2012
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There are a wide range of grants and subsidised loans available to uk businesses. Finance is available to help support business expansion, to provide f
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RYERSONFIN 521D ImariaSummer

FIN 521 Lecture Notes - Cash Flow

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16 Jun 2012
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In an ideal world, a business will experience a consistently positive cash flow i. e. the amount of cash coming into the business (cash inflow) is grea
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RYERSONFIN 501D ImariaSummer

FIN 501 Study Guide - Initial Public Offering

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16 Jun 2012
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RYERSONACC 333Douglas KingWinter

treasure stock par value.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Cost method is one of the two methods of accounting for treasury stock, the stock which has been bought back by the issuing company itself. The other m
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RYERSONACC 333Douglas KingWinter

debt and shareholders.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Direct write-off method is one of the two most common accounting techniques of bad debts treatment. In the direct write-off method, uncollectible accou
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RYERSONACC 333Douglas KingWinter

accounts vs bank reconc.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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Cash and cash equivalents" is an asset that appears on the statement of financial position of a business and includes currency (coins and bank notes) h
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RYERSONACC 333Douglas KingWinter

Periodic Inventory System Journal Entries.docx

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22 Apr 2012
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In periodic inventory system, inventory changes are recorded via following journal entries: The purchase of inventory is recorded by debiting purchases
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RYERSONACC 333Douglas KingWinter

retail inventory managerial accounting.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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Retail method is a technique used to estimate the value of ending inventory using the cost to retail price ratio. Cost to retail ratio is calculated us
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RYERSONACC 333Douglas KingWinter

Gross profit.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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Market value means the replacement cost of the inventory. Replacement cost may be in the form of purchase cost or manufacturing cost. In other words, m
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RYERSONACC 333Douglas KingWinter

ACCURAL AND TRAIL BAALANCE.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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An adjusted trial balance is a list of the balances of ledger accounts which is created after the preparation of adjusting entries. Adjusted trial bala
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RYERSONACC 333Douglas KingWinter

lease and deprication.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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Internal control systems are useful because they identify and correct accounting-related fraud or errors. However, internal controls are useless if ris
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RYERSONACC 406Anthony ChenFall

accural.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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Before the final accounts of a business are completed, it is usually necessary to make adjustments to the trial balance. For example, some transactions
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RYERSONACC 100Shavin MalhotraFall

zerobasedbudgeting.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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RYERSONACC 406Anthony ChenFall

ratios.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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In our introduction to interpreting financial information we identified five main areas for investigation of accounting information. The use of ratio a
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RYERSONACC 406Anthony ChenFall

track.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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All product costs i. e. , all manufacturing costs are charged to inventory prior to their being expensed at the point of sale. Direct labor i. e. , the
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RYERSONACC 406Anthony ChenFall

dilemmas.doc

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22 Apr 2012
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Managerial accountants face several dilemmas, some old, some new: managerial accountants must meet three, often conflicting objectives. They must provi
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RYERSONACC 406Anthony ChenWinter

product costing.doc

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19 Apr 2012
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A noted earlier, all product costs are charged to inventory. To facilitate this process, manufacturers break inventory into three categories: rm invent
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RYERSONACC 100Shavin MalhotraFall

accounting notes

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18 Oct 2011
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RYERSONACC 100Shavin MalhotraFall

notes recievable

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18 Oct 2011
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RYERSONPSY 105Kristin VickersFall

PSY 105 Lecture Notes - Informed Consent, European Credit Transfer And Accumulation System, Stanley Milgram

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6 Oct 2011
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RYERSONPSY 105Kristin VickersSummer

Research Methods

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6 Oct 2011
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RYERSONPSY 105Kristin VickersSummer

Psychological Research

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6 Oct 2011
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RYERSONSOC 103Sal GuzzoFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Ethnomethodology, Thomas Theorem, Blic

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5 Oct 2011
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RYERSONSOC 103Sal GuzzoFall

soc-thenother social science

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5 Oct 2011
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RYERSONSOC 103Sal GuzzoFall

Soc-types of sciology

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5 Oct 2011
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RYERSONSOC 103Sal GuzzoFall

SOC 103 Lecture Notes - Asteroid Family, Scientific Method, Auguste Comte

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5 Oct 2011
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RYERSONECN 104Halis YildizSummer

Econ notes-elasticity for the world

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5 Oct 2011
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RYERSONECN 104Halis YildizWinter

econ notes-elasticity

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RYERSONECN 104Halis YildizFall

Econ notes Convergence

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5 Oct 2011
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RYERSONECN 104Halis YildizWinter

Relationship between productivity and unemployment

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5 Oct 2011
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RYERSONECN 104Halis YildizFall

ECN 104 Study Guide - Capital Expenditure, Quill

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5 Oct 2011
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Capital expenditure we learned that increasing capital, both human and physical, is the only way to create productivity growth in the long run. One way
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RYERSONECN 104Halis YildizFall

Econ gdp notes

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5 Oct 2011
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