Essays about: "thesis on radio advertisement"

Found 3 essays containing the words thesis on radio advertisement.

  1. 1. Resource monitoring in a Network Embedded Cloud : An extension to OSPF-TE

    University essay from KTH/Radio Systems Laboratory (RS Lab)

    Author : Amir Roozbeh; [2013]
    Keywords : network enabled cloud; network embedded cloud; carrier cloud; Cloud LSA; data center model; opaque LSA; link-state update policy; OSPF-TE; resource monitoring; network-aware; cloud management system; extended TED; nätverk aktiverat moln; nätverk inbäddade moln; bärare moln; moln LSA; datacenter modell; ogenomskinlig LSA; länk-stat uppdatering policy; OSPF-TE; resurs övervakning; cloud förvaltning systemet; förlängd TED;

    Abstract : The notions of "network embedded cloud", also known as a "network enabled cloud" or a "carrier cloud", is an emerging technology trend aiming to integrate network services while exploiting the on-demand nature of the cloud paradigm. A network embedded cloud is a distributed cloud environment where data centers are distributed at the edge of the operator's network. READ MORE

  2. 2. Annonsmediers miljöpåverkan : när ska miljön få en reklampaus?

    University essay from SLU/Dept. of Energy and Technology

    Author : Caroline Vilhelmsson; [2008]
    Keywords : annonsering; TV; radio; tidning; energiförbrukning; koldioxidutsläpp;

    Abstract : The aim of the thesis was to investigate energy consumption and carbon dioxide emissions from an advertisement broadcasted on the radio or the television or distributed through press. The object was to calculate the amount of carbon dioxide emissions per individual receiver of an advertisement in Sweden. READ MORE

  3. 3. Culture & Advertising : How masculinity or femininity of a culture is influencing the consumers’ responses on the gender appearance in advertisements?

    University essay from Umeå universitet/Handelshögskolan vid Umeå universitet

    Author : Marlin Sadek-Endrawes; [2008]
    Keywords : culture; marketing; advertising; gender; masculinity; femininity;

    Abstract : Everybody has seen advertisements in his/her life even if this person is never watching television or listening to radio. However, an average person watches television 1 to 4 hours per day. In these hours of watching television, there is a big probability that this person will see an advertisement. READ MORE