Explore BrainMass
Share

Application of Moore's law to information flow

This content was STOLEN from BrainMass.com - View the original, and get the already-completed solution here!

What do these numbers suggest about capacity requirements necessary to support content vs. communication?

See attached file for full problem description.

© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 16, 2018, 6:54 pm ad1c9bdddf
https://brainmass.com/economics/economic-analysis-of-law/application-moores-law-information-flow-98934

Attachments

Solution Preview

a. It is more costly to convey content as opposed to information. This is clear from the much higher information flows for telephones, which carry conversation, in comparison with those for the Internet and television, with carry content.

b. First articulated by Gordon Moore, co-founder of Intel, Moore's Law states that the transistor density of integrated circuits, with respect to minimum component cost, doubles every 24 months [1]. At first, this was based on smaller transistors which allowed for more computing power at less cost. In recent years Moore's law has been translated into increased data ...

Solution Summary

Data related to information flow are analyzed in terms of their implications for communications and information flow.

$2.19
Similar Posting

Local law paper

3. Local Law Paper (Contracts/Civil Law Business Law).
Prepare a 700-1,050-word paper in which you describe the fundamentals of Business and Contract Law in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, according to the cases presented. In your paper, there must be reference to the specific facts of the cases portrayed, issues solved and legal grounds regarding the assigned topic. You shall demonstrate that you read the cases posted on Go to Class.
Write and essay in where you explain:
1) The concept of Mercantile Right in P.R. to tenor with the cases of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico; Fish market Pink v. Lozada, 116 DPR 474 (1985) and Reece v. Ariela, 122 DPR 270 (1988).
2) The basic principles of contracts in Puerto Rico to tenor with the cases of the Supreme Court of Puerto Rico; Marias v. Municipality, 2003 TSPR 121 and Columbus v. Glamorous Nails, 2006 TSPR 16.
They must to make references to the facts of the cases, the controversy that are solved and the expressions that the court does on the assigned subject.
The cases of Fish market Pink v. Lozada and Reece v. Ariela, they are in Go or Class.
The cases of Marias v. Municipality and Columbus v. Glamorous Nails, they are in www.lexjuris.com.

I have attached the cases and other cases form Lexjuris.com they are translated to the best of my knoledge, I am also reading the case and studying them, want to have a general idea

if you need more assistance with the cases provided please let me know thanks

View Full Posting Details