The term “Paradox of Thrift” refers to the situation where increase in savings ultimately reduces to productive capacity, employment and saving itself. J.M. Keynes introduced the concept of paradox of thrift while discussing the great depression of the 1930s. Thriftiness means the tendency of saving more. The classical economists regarded the saving as a […]

## Calculate Effective Release Time and Effective Deadline

Effective release time • If a job has no predecessors, its effective release time is its release time • If it has predecessors, its effective release time is the maximum of its release time and the effective release times of its predecessors effective release time ri of job i = ri if i has no predecessors max{rj + e–j | j […]

## Ransomware Virus Attack ? How it works | How to Be Safe From Ransomware

‘Ransomware’ is a type of malware that attempts to extort money from a computer user by infecting and taking control of the victim’s machine or the files or documents stored on it. • Typically, the ransomware will either ‘lock’ the computer to prevent normal usage, or encrypt the documents and files on it to prevent […]

## What Is Bitcoin?

A medium of exchange that uses cryptography to secure transactions and control the creation of new units. What Is cryptography? Cryptography is the practice of transforming data or information into an unreadable format in order to increase security so that only those with a proper secret key can read the unencrypted information. What Is Bitcoin? […]

## How best attribute is selected in a decision-tree? Select the root attribute of the decision-tree from given sample data.

How best attribute is selected in a decision tree? Select the root attribute of the decision tree from the given sample data. Solutions a) Entropy using the frequency table of one attribute: b) Entropy using the frequency table of two attributes: Information Gain: The information gain is based on the decrease in entropy after a […]

## FCAPS (fault-management, configuration, accounting, performance, and security)

FCAPS categorizes the working objectives of network management into five levels. The five levels are fault-management (F), the configuration level (C), the accounting level (A), the performance level (P), and the security level (S). FCAPS is the ISO Telecommunications Management Network model and framework or network management. FCAPS is an acronym for fault, configuration, accounting, […]

## Types of Machine Learning

Supervised Learning Unsupervised Learning Supervised Learning Supervised learning is the task of inferring a function from labeled training data.  The training data consist of a set of training examples.  In supervised learning, each example is a pair consisting of an input object and the desired output value. A supervised learning algorithm analyzes the training data […]

## Employee performance wages and incentives

Employee performance wages and incentives Employee performance, performance evaluations, reward system, basic pay and increasing pay, incentive pay, employee benefits, non-cash incentives, compensations. Employee performance An employee’s action and activities that comply with the job descriptions is called his /her performance. An employee performs the duties assigned to him/her through his ability, which consists of […]

## Human resource management

Human resource management Forecasting workforce requirements, over staffing, under staffing, and balancing the workforce, employee turnover, absenteeism, recruitment and selection of employees, training and development of employees, training need identifications, induction training, job skill training, group training and self learning systems, various methods of training, coaches to improve employee performance. Forecasting workforce requirements The first […]