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POST-OCCUPANCY EVALUATION OF A UNIVERSITY SHOPPING MALL FACILITY

1. INTRODUCTION Shopping malls can be defined as a group of retail stores, which are conceived, constructed, owned and managed as a unit [1]. They are a modern adaptation of the historical marketplace and have become an integral part of urban societies nowadays. Shopping malls are enclosed structures, which are climate-controlled, artificially and naturally lighted, and contain retail stores on both, or one side of a walkway [2]. Modern shopping malls are becoming more dynamic, diverging from

Wahhaj AHMED, Mohammad A. HASSANAIN

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 2, 5–15

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AN INTELLIGENCE SUPER MART BILLLING SYSTEM

, create a interconnect network. Purchasing product during a RFID reader going on shopping cart, suggest while product information resolve be stored into EEPROM close to it and EEPROM data spirit send in the direction of central billing system throughout Zigbee module. The anticipated method will survive helpful for avoiding queues in shopping malls for billing. Hence the shopping becomes easy and enjoyable.

S. Mekala, M. Thanagaraj, M. Chandranath, K.K.Vasanta Kumaran

International Journal on Smart Sensing and Intelligent Systems , ISSUE 5, 414–425

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PARTITIONS AND THE FLOW OF SMOKE IN LARGE VOLUME BUILDINGS

opening but in all directions, the width of the plume increases with the increasing depth of the balcony. These architectural features of the compartment – (i) the size and shape of the opening, and (ii) the size and shape of the balcony, are among the most influential parameters in the design of smoke control systems in shopping malls and other large volume buildings. Figure 3. The flow of smoke out of a compartment (a) and underneath a projecting balcony (b) Figure 4. The difference between a

Wojciech WĘGRZYŃSKI

Architecture, Civil Engineering, Environment , ISSUE 1, 155–164

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