popped popcorn, butter, dill weed, lemon pepper, worcestershire sauce, garlic, onions, salt, potato, nuts
apple, baking powder, vegetable oil, eggs, flour, cranberries, nuts, salt, sugar, vanilla extract
bacon, crackers, parmesan cheese
bacon, crackers, eggs, garlic, ground beef, onions, black pepper, sage, salt, swiss cheese
chicken broth, chili powder, cumin, garlic, onions, rice, tomato paste, vegetable oil
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Local Positioning Systems: LBS Applications and Services explores the possible approaches and technologies to location problems including people and asset tracking, mobile resource management, public safety, and handset location-based services. The book examines several indoor positioning systems, providing detailed case studies of existing applications and their requirements, and shows how to set them up. Other chapters are dedicated to position computation algorithms using different signal...
Implement state-of-the-art Mobile TV networks with this comprehensive guide to the latest technologies and standards, including MediaFLO, ATSC Mobile DTV, and CMMB, the same technologies seeing large-scale rollouts today around the world. You not only gain deep insight into the maze of technologies, but also the principles of mobile content-what makes it work, how it's produced, repurposed and delivered securely, and how it integrates with mobile and Internet domains. Learn about the key...
What does the Global Positioning System and smartphones, iPad, or wearable devices, these fabulous gadgets that lets its users know their exact location anywhere on Earth, in the air, have in common with Sherlock Holmes? This guide book shows how even an advanced and baffling concept like GPS can be explained through the same logic that lets Sir Conan Doyleâ€™s famous detective solve crime.
While a strong research base on cluster assets exists, evidence on other factors such as capabilities, i.e. a local culture or networks, is anecdotal and dispersed across research streams. Nicole RÃ¶ttmer sets out to identify and describe these capabilities, their impact on cluster innovativeness in the interplay with (proprietary) cluster resources and their development over time in a comprehensive model.