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Eighty well-known Italian food products from the nineteenth century to the present day have been chosen and placed in broad historical contexts. The book tells the story of all the design phases of each item-from the initial conception of the idea to its shape, packaging, communication, and advertising. A range of visuals, including original projects drawings, posters, and magazine and television advertisements accompany informative text discussing the role of each brand and its impact on consumers' personal habits.Featuring a broad selection of products, such as as Parmiggiano Reggiano cheese, Illy coffee, Panettone Motta, Cirio tomatoes, Barilla pasta, San Pellegrino water, and Nutella, this book is perfect for advertising professionals, graphic designers, brand managers, product designers, and anyone with an interest in Italian food and design.
This book gives professionals in clinical research valuable information on the challenging issues of the design, execution, and management of clinical trials, and how to resolve these issues effectively. It also provides understanding and practical guidance on the application of contemporary statistical methods to contemporary issues in safety evaluation during medical product development. Each chapter provides sufficient detail to the reader to undertake the design and analysis of experiments at various stages of product development, including comprehensive references to the relevant literature. Provides a guide to statistical methods and application in medical product development Assists readers in undertaking design and analysis of experiments at various stages of product development Features case studies throughout the book, as well as, SAS and R code
A thorough treatment of product and systems development in terms of value to all stakeholders Product and Systems Development compiles more than twenty years of research and practice from a value perspective, from vision and marketing to design, manufacturing, delivery, operations, and maintenance. It defines stakeholder value and identifies specific stakeholders in the product and system development process; covers best practices in development; and examines systems engineering, current industry views, and the life cycle of a value stream. Featuring appendices written by professionals in the field on topics such as Design Structure Matrices, Lean Enablers for systems engineering, and MDAO and simulations, this indispensable guide: Explains why stakeholders' values can hold the key to fulfillment or defeat of the developer's vision Emphasizes the succession of value-contributing practices and tools that form a framework for development success Integrates the technical, productivity, and customer/end-user elements in product and system development Uses more than 100 tables and figures to illustrate the above processes, as well as corollary elements of risk, failure analysis, and fault-tolerant design Includes numerous case studies and links to online material Product and Systems Development is an excellent coursebook for senior and graduate students in aerospace, mechanical, civil, electrical, and material engineering, as well as management science and engineering. It is also a useful reference for practicing engineers in a variety of technology-based industries.
Wireless Communications Systems Design provides the basic knowledge and methodology for wireless communications design. The book mainly focuses on a broadband wireless communication system based on OFDM/OFDMA system because it is widely used in the modern wireless communication system. It is divided into three parts: wireless communication theory (part I), wireless communication block design (part II), and wireless communication block integration (part III). Written by an expert with various experience in system design (standards, research and development)
The emergence of complementary advanced technology strategies such as Computer Aided Design (CAD), Computer Aided Manufacturing (CAM), and Computer Integrated Manufacturing (CIM) makes possible significant improvements in productivity and product quality. Automation of the product design, development, manufacturing, evaluation, and distribution processes may well be the key to success for industrial firms seeking to attain and maintain product leadership in an increasingly competitive and global marketplace. The main thrust is on product quality, faster design and development and finally cheaper product. To sustain the local and global competition, one has to improve technologies. To continue in the competitive market, industries have to update their knowledge, acquire new skills to offer world class products. Product Lifecycle Management (PLM), Reverse Engineering (RE), Rapid Prototyping (RP) and Virtual Manufacturing (VM) are the promising trends every industry aspiring to enhance more productivity to capture global markets.
The first overall study of diplomacy in Early Renaissance Italy for 60 years, explaining how Italian diplomacy came to play such a central role in the development of international relations in Europe, in the spread and application of humanism, and in new modes of political and cultural thought.
Harmful iterations increase product development project lead time and make their scheduling difficult. On the other hand, iteration is not always undesired; some iteration is natural to product development and feedback providing iteration in the early phases of development may increase development speed. In this book causes for harmful iterations in product development are recognized and classified, their impacts are diagnosed, and means to diminish their impacts are developed. Also, an iterative development model aiming at early, feedback providing iterations for avoiding later harmful iterations is presented.
Food constituents and additives play a vital role in the modern food industry and are generally used for maintaining food quality and characteristics as well as food safety. Presently research on food products are mainly directed towards investigating the structure and interaction of food ingredients, how they are affected by changes in the environment and development of newer food products. Both these fundamental research and product development require development of different analytical techniques to characterize the overall properties of food, to ascertain the role that each ingredients play in determining the overall properties of food and to determine how the properties of food are affected by various processing conditions and contaminants. This book provides information on the development and validation of HPLC, HPTLC and LC-MS methods for the estimation of Curcumin & piperine, Ellagic acid, Monosodium L Glutamate, Vanillin, Colorants like Tartrazine & Sunset Yellow and Acrylamide in various food products.
The concept of functional foods is still evolving, as new products are launched on a regular basis. This sector of the food industry is growing due to the relationship between food and health. This book presents a concise review of functional food concepts, market trends and functional ingredients that makes the food "functional". It also examines some of the health claims and regulatory issues in some selected countires. The factors that may influence functional food choices and new product development were carefully reviewed. This book is written to demystify the concepts of functional foods, with the final consumers in mind. This book is relevant to students interested in functional food marketing and for investors in food business who may want to develop food products in this category of food in the food industry.
Discussions on development communication theories have gone through several paradigmatic shifts in the past 50 years. From the modernization and the growth theory, dependency approach and the participatory model,the new trends in the discourse of development communication theories are characterized by a turn towards local communities as target for research and debates. Despite the significant progress in theorizing the practices and practicing the theories, many scholars in development communication observe that the old problems of poverty, inequality and disease persist in many developing nations. The aim of this book is to provide a synthesis of the debates regarding paradigms, theories/models and policies of development communication, over the last 50 years, with emphasis on the current dominant recommendations. The influence of the media in theorizing development communication; the application of these theories in health communication and the question of gender, power and inequalities in development, are also critically examined in this book.
Product development process is the sequence of steps or activities which an enterprise employs to conceive, design and commercialize a product. We focus on product development activities that benefit from the participation of all core functions of a firm or industry. This paper consists of methods for completing development methods. The methods are structure and it is followed by step-by-step approach. That’s why the product development of multimedia projector trolley is accomplished by following sequential steps of product planning, identifying customer needs, product specification, concept generation, concept selection phases. This paper addresses successful accomplishment product design and development of a multimedia projector trolley according to properly specified customer needs and specifications.
New Product Development is one of the most important challenges facing organizations today. The Product Development and Management Association (PDMA) Handbook of New Product Development 3rd Edition provides an exceptional review of cutting edge topics for both new and experienced product development leaders. It offers a comprehensive and updated guide to the practices, processes and tools critical to achieving and sustaining new product/service development success in today’s world, delivering valuable information about the fundamentals as well as emerging practices such as venturing, virtual product development and the use of social media in NPD. As the premier global advocate for professionals and organizations working in the fields of new product/service development, PDMA has assembled in the Handbook unique content on the critical aspects of product development success including its 2012 Best Practices Research, Lessons Learned from its Outstanding Corporate Innovator Award Winners and keys to success from organizations with proven innovation track records. The 3rd Edition is an essential reference for anyone with responsibility for product development activities, from novices looking for fundamentals to experts seeking insights on emerging concepts, and is relevant for all functions and all product/service industries.
The purpose of this thesis is to investigate the challenges of neuromarketing application in Humanistic Communication and healthcare campaign research. This is based on a personal interest in the development of healthcare campaigns and the adaption of theories. Gadamer''s notion on interdisciplinary linking, builds a(interdisciplinary) bridge between my fascination with technological and theatrical development, and the philosophy of communication research.
Radio, as a medium of communication plays a vital role in assisting social development in countries like Ethiopia.More recently, private FM radios are mushrooming in most Ethiopian cities. However, the role of these private FM radios in development has not been researched and mapped. Moreover,they are receiving little attention in discussions in communication for development. Therefore, the author studied the contributions of these private FM radio stations to social development; and analyzed their actual impacts on people’s access to and dissemination of information in the country.
The purpose of this study is to discover the role of social knowledge management enabler such as managerial support and empowerment in product development. This research study explores the concept of dynamic capabilities and how it is basically formed by the combination of knowledge generation, knowledge integration, and knowledge configuration. Present research study also focuses on the product organizations. The importance of knowledge management is very well understood by the companies in Pakistan, they know that the knowledge management process, if effectively processed in an organization, helps in the development of products. This study confirms that dynamic capabilities generate product competences, which respectively distinguish a firm’s product development efforts from competitors. This study enhances the companies’ progress and other activities regarding organizational strategies and organizational learning as well as product development activities.