Four Quadrants of DBMS Applications     Observe the possible quadrants  Quadrant 1 (x=0, y=0): simple data, simple query  Quadrant 2 (x=0, y=1): simple data, complex query  Quadrant 3 (x=1, y=0): complex data, simple query  Quadrant 4 (x=1, y=1): complex data, complex query Traditional RDBMSs belong to Quadrant 2 Many object DBMSs belong to Quadrant 3 Informix Universal belongs to Quadrant 4  It extends the basic relational model by incorporating a variety of features that make it object-relational Copyright © 2007 Ramez Elmasri and Shamkant B. Navathe Slide 22- 22
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QUADRANT II TIME MANAGEMENT Urgent Quadrant I Important Starting research for a 10-page history term paper the night before it is due Quadrant III Not Important Letting friends talk you into driving them to a late-night pizza party when you are 90 pages behind in biology. Copyright © Cengage Learning. All rights reserved. Not Urgent Quadrant II Creating a detailed study plan for the two weeks before final exams Quadrant IV Spending three hours on Facebook when you have a major math test in two days 4|8
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Industry cluster analysis How to interpret cluster data results Contains that are more Contains that tell a different story for The graph’s four clusters quadrants each clusters cluster. are more concentrated in the region but Mature are declining (negative growth). Top left These clusters typically fall into the lower quadrant as (strong but job losses cause a decline declining) in concentration. Transforming Contains clusters that are under-represented in the Bottom left region (low concentration) (weak and and are also losing jobs. Clusters in this region may declining) indicate a gap in the workforce pipeline if local industries anticipate a future need. In general, clusters in this quadrant show a lack of competitiveness. section 01 ​ concentrated in the region and are growing. These clusters are strengths that help a region stand out from the competition. Top right Small, high-growth clusters (strong and can be expected to advancing) become more dominant over time. Stars Emergin g in the Contains clusters that are under-represented region but are Bottom right growing, often (weak but quickly. If growth advancing) trends continue, these clusters will eventually move into the top right quadrant. Clusters in this quadrant Modified from: http://www.charlestonregionaldata.com/bubble-chart-explanation/ 4 are considered emerging strengths
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When I originally did this I got coords o 2,19 and 8,75 for the two points on the I that were selected. When I just did it I 2,20 and 8,78 so I was close. Could have played and moved to get exact but… Anyway when you are shaping a rectangle which is what I was doing, you go for the top left corner and the bottom right corner so when I did it recently the 2,20 was the top left corner and the 8,78 was the bottom right corner. When I created the page originally the 2,19 was the top left corner and the 8,75 was the bottom right. So I now have the map of a rectangle that covers the shape of the letter I (sort of…). So on the next page we will look more at the code.
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Grand Strategy Matrix Rapid Market Growth Quadrant I 1. Market development 2. Market penetration 3. Product development 4. Forward integration 5. Backward integration 6. Horizontal integration 7. Related diversification Quadrant II 1. Market development 2. Market penetration 3. Product development 4. Horizontal integration 5. Divestiture 6. Liquidation Weak Competitve Position Quadrant IV 1. Related diversification 2. Unrelated diversification 3. Joint ventures Quadrant III 1. Retrenchment 2. Related diversification 3. Unrelated diversification 4. Divestiture 5. Liquidation Slow Market Growth Strong Competitive Position
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Scope versus Strength Strength of state institutions (y axis) Quadrant I United States & Chile Quadrant II EU, Saudi Arabia, Russia, & Venezuela Economist’s ideal position Quadrant III Somalia Quadrant IV Zimbabwe & Iraq Economist’s worst position Scope of state functions (x axis) 9
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Scope versus Strength Strength of state institutions (y axis) Quadrant I Quadrant II Economist ideal position Quadrant III Quadrant IV Economist worst position Scope of state functions (x axis) 20
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RAPID MARKET GROWTH 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. WEAK COMPETITIVE POSITION 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. Quadrant II Market development Market penetration Product development Horizontal integration Divestiture Liquidation 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Quadrant I Market development Market penetration Product development Forward integration Backward integration Horizontal integration Concentric diversification Quadrant III Quadrant IV Retrenchment 1. Concentric diversification Concentric diversification 2. Horizontal diversification Horizontal diversification 3. Conglomerate diversification Conglomerate diversification 4. Joint ventures Liquidation SLOW MARKET GROWTH STRONG COMPETITIVE POSITION Ch 6 -17
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Copyright © The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. Permission required for reproduction or display. Right hypochondriac region Right lumbar region Right iliac region Epigastric region Left hypochondriac region Umbilical region Left lumbar region Hypogastric region (a) Left iliac region Right upper Left upper quadrant (RUQ) quadrant (LUQ) Right lower Left lower quadrant (RLQ)quadrant (LLQ)
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An Intentional Approach To Quadrant Programs Ivy Tech Sellersburg  Presentation Outcomes  How we use Quadrants as an organizing and investment framework for programs  Examples of developing enrollment/persistence tracking reports around Quadrants  Focused initiatives to build key Quad program applications/students/completions  Importance of tracking results  Seeing how Quadrant filter can impact decisions on faculty/staff positions  Realizing importance of communication in maintaining Quadrant focus  How our campus is moving forward with Quadrant framework 22
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Quadrant I Program Marketing Investing Marketing Resources  Marketing Quadrant I Programs  Dedicated marketing budget set aside for marketing of Quadrant I programs  Priority programs established with first Quadrant I alignment for digital marketing campaigns 32
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Quadrant II x < 0, y > 0 Quadrant I x > 0, y > 0 Quadrant III x < 0, y < 0 Quadrant IV x > 0, y < 0
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Ventral Body Cavity (cont.) • Abdominopelvic quadrants and regions – Quadrants are divisions used primarily by medical personnel • Abdominopelvic region is sectioned into quarters – Right upper quadrant (RUQ) – Left upper quadrant (LUQ) – Right lower quadrant (RLQ) – Left lower quadrant (LLQ) © 2016 Pearson Education, Inc.
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Figure 1.11 The four abdominopelvic quadrants. Right upper quadrant (RUQ) Left upper quadrant (LUQ) Right lower quadrant (RLQ) Left lower quadrant (LLQ) © 2016 Pearson Education, Inc.
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Right upper quadrant (RUQ) Left upper quadrant (LUQ) Right lower quadrant (RLQ) Left lower quadrant (LLQ) Copyright © 2010 Pearson Education, Inc. Figure 1.11
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The Cartesian Coordinate System Quadrant #2 Quadrant #1 -x, +y +x, +y Origin (0,0) Quadrant #3 Quadrant #4 -x, -y +x, -y EDT 310 - Chapter 4 5
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The Cartesian Coordinate System Quadrant #2 Quadrant #1 -x, +y +x, +y Origin (0,0) Quadrant #3 Quadrant #4 -x, -y +x, -y Coordinate Systems 5
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Glue the Solutions to Solve the Problem public Picture quilt () { return fourPics(clockwise270(quadrant()), quadrant(), clockwise180(quadrant()), Two clockwise90(quadrant())); } of Programming Views Languages 2
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GSM RAPID MARKET GROWTH Quadrant II Market development Market penetration Product development Horizontal integration Divestiture Liquidation Quadrant I 1. 1. Market development 2. 2. Market penetration 3. 3. Product development 4. 4. Forward integration 5. 5. Backward integration 6. 6. Horizontal integration 7. Concentric WEAK STRONG diversification COMPETITIVE COMPETITIVE Quadrant III Quadrant IV POSITION POSITION 1. Retrenchment 1. Concentric diversification 2. Concentric diversification 2. Horizontal diversification 3. Horizontal diversification 3. Conglomerate diversification 4. Conglomerate diversification 4. Joint ventures SLOW MARKET GROWTH 5. Liquidation
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Cognitively Undemanding Communication 1st Quadrant Context Embedded Communication 2nd Quadrant Art, music, P.E., Face to Face conversation, Visual clues, Simple directions Telephone conversations, Written descriptions, Graphic organizers, Context Reduced 3rd Quadrant 4 Demonstrations, “Hands on” learning, Social Studies projects, Science experiments th Quadrant Communication Reading a textbook, Explanation of abstract concepts, Lectures with few illustrations, Writing Cognitively Demanding Communication
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Spiral Process Model • Quadrant 1 • Determining the current phase’s objectives, alternatives, and constraints Risk Analysis Risk Analysis • Quadrant 2 • Analyzing the strategy for achieving this phase’s goals from the viewpoint of risk Risk Analysis This variation of the Risk Analysis evolutionary Requireme Operatio Developme Prototyp Prototyp nts Plan nal nt Plan Integratio Lifeapproach e #3 Prototyp e #2 Prototyp n & Test Cycle e #1 e Plan Plan emphasizes Benchmar ks extensive risk UML Softwar Requireme Detailed Models e nts Design assessment to allow Product Validation Design Code for easy adaptation Design Unit Verification & Tests to changes and Validation • Quadrant 4 • Quadrant 3 Integratio identification of • Assessing the results of the risk• n Putting into practice a Integratio reduction strategies and planning solution to reach the n Tests problems. the next phase Q1 goals in view of the Implementat ion CS 325 Lesson Two Software Process & Methodology Page 4 Q2 risks
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Acting on Purpose Urgent Quadrant I Actions – are Important important activities done under the pressure of Not Importantdeadlines. Quadrant III Actions – are unimportant Not Urgent Quadrant II Actions – are important activities done without the pressure of looming deadlines. Quadrant IV Actions – are simply time
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Acting on Purpose Urgent Quadrant I Actions – Important Example: Staying up all night cramming for an 8:00 a.m. test. ot Important Quadrant III Actions – Example: Not Urgent Quadrant II Actions – Example: Creating a study group in the first week of the semester. Quadrant IV Actions – Example:
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Acting on Purpose Urgent Quadrant I •Putting out brushfires Important •Only moderate success •Stress filled life Not Urgent Quadrant II •Creators •Purposeful action •Success Quadrant III ot Important •Victims •Activities that are Quadrant IV •Time wasters
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