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  • Comparison of cloud customer relationship management systems

    Remic, Anja (2014)
    In the theses it will be shown how cloud computing looks like. Customer relationship management (CRM) system consisting of four types will be described. All types will be represented by their most important properties and what type would be important for which company. Relationships between customers and companies are very important because of long-lasting cooperation between them and regular income. It is interesting how a company operates without CRM system and how a company that uses it da...

    Optimization of communication between controller and switches of SDN network by multicasting controller messages

    Remic, Primož (2016)
    Most of today's computer networks are highly decentralized. Each network element operates completely autonomously using its own control software. Network elements communicate with each other and detect each other's state using a variety of complex protocols that enable the network to operate properly. The only centralized point of such networks is the management plane, although it is not essential either, since autonomous management is provided by all network elements. In recent years we h...

    Method for the determination of coexistence of digital signals on the same frequency band

    Mlinar, Tomi (2012)
    The frequency spectrum is a natural resource. For decades the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) and consequently its individual member countries have been regulating and assigning this spectrum to ensure its optimal usage. The analogue systems that dominated the frequency bands until a few decades ago had known radiation properties and thus the conditions for coexistence were also known. A certain part of the frequency band was assigned to an exactly known service, with no other ser...

    Agilization of the project management methodology PRINCE2

    Furlič, Uroš (2011)
    The purpose of the thesis is agilization of project management methodology by PRINCE2 to suit the various projects on the scale of size and duration. In the first part I have described the history of PRINCE2 methodology and the main parameters of agilization by which we distinguish between projects. PRINCE2 is the most common methodology for project management. The essence of the methodology is agilization of activities within the process in order for this methodology to be used in diff...

    Zgodnjerimska ladja iz Ljubljanice pri Sinji Gorici = Early Roman barge from the Ljubljanica River at Sinja Gorica

    Erič, Miran; Gaspari, Andrej; Čufar, Katarina; Solina, Franc; Verbič, Tomaž (2014)
  • 15 sekund slave / 15 seconds of fame

    Bučar, Dušan (2002)
    15 seconds of fame is an interactive installation that every 15 seconds generates a new pop-art portrait of a randomly selected viewer. The installation was inspired by Andy Warhol’s ironical statement that “in the future everybody will be famous for 15 minutes.” The installation detects human faces and crops them from the wide-angle view of people standing before the installation. Pop-art portraits are then generated by applying randomly selected filters to a randomly chosen face from the au...

    15 seconds of fame

    Solina, Franc; Peer, Peter; Batagelj, Borut; Juvan, Samo; Bučar, Dušan (2003)

    15 sekund slave / 15 seconds of fame

    Bučar, Dušan; Solina, Franc; Peer, Peter; Batagelj, Borut; Juvan, Samo (2002)
    15 seconds of fame is an interactive installation that every 15 seconds generates a new pop-art portrait of a randomly selected viewer. The installation was inspired by Andy Warhol’s ironical statement that “in the future everybody will be famous for 15 minutes.” The installation detects human faces and crops them from the wide-angle view of people standing before the installation. Pop-art portraits are then generated by applying randomly selected filters to a randomly chosen face from the au...
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