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The vector stencils library "Professions" contains 58 people clipart images of different professions you can use in your presentations, illustrations and infographics.
"Electronic clip art is available in several different file formats. It is important for clip art users to understand the differences between file formats so that they can use an appropriate image file and get the resolution and detail results they need.
Clip art file formats are divided into 2 different types: bitmap or vector graphics. ...
In contrast to the grid format of bitmap images, Vector graphics file formats use geometric modeling to describe an image as a series of points, lines, curves, and polygons. Because the image is described using geometric data instead of fixed pixels, the image can be scaled to any size while retaining "resolution independence", meaning that the image can be printed at the highest resolution a printer supports, resulting in a clear, crisp image. Vector file formats are usually superior in resolution and ease of editing as compared to bitmap file formats, but are not as widely supported by software and are not well-suited for storing pixel-specific data such as scanned photographs. In the early years of electronic clip art, vector illustrations were limited to simple line art representations." [Clip art. Wikipedia]
The clip art example "Professions - Vector stencils library" was created using the ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the People solution from the Illustration area of ConceptDraw Solution Park. solution-park/ illustrations-people
Builder 1
Builder 1, builder, man,
System administrator
System administrator, system administrator,
Worker of conveyor
Worker of conveyor, worker, conveyor, man,
Clerk 1
Clerk 1, clerk, woman,
Clerk 2
Clerk 2, clerk, man,
Student 2
Student 2, student, girl,
Student 3
Student 3, student, guy,
Student 1
Student 1, student, guy,
Dispatcher 1
Dispatcher 1, dispatcher, man,
Accountant, accountant,
Gardener, gardener, man,
Lawyer, lawyer,
Jurist, jurist,
Judge, judge,
Consultant, consultant, adviser, counselor, advisor, consultor, counsellor,
Manager, manager, man,
Director, director, man,
Programmer, programmer,
Architect, architect, man,
Pilot, pilot, man,
Policeman, policeman, man,
Secretary, secretary, woman,
Security officer
Security officer, security officer, man,
Clerk 3
Clerk 3, clerk, man,
Musician, musician,
Presenter, presenter,
Athlete, athlete, sportsman,
Artist, artist,
Announcer, announcer, man,
Photographer, photographer,
Hairdresser, hairdresser,
Florist, florist,
Spaceman, spaceman, astronaut,
Engineer, engineer, man,
Reporter, reporter, woman,
Tailor, tailor,
Dispatcher 2
Dispatcher 2, dispatcher, woman,
Biologist, biologist,
Chemist, chemist,
Dentist, dentist,
Priest, priest,
Soldier, soldier, man,
Doctor, doctor, physician, medic, medical man, medical adviser,
Driver, driver, man,
Carpenter, carpenter, man,
Fireman, fireman, man,
Seaman, seaman, man,
Builder 2
Builder 2, builder, man,
Postman, postman, man,
Miner, miner, man,
Waiter, waiter,
Cleaner, cleaner, man,
Cashier, cashier,
Shop assistant
Shop assistant, shop assistant,
Cook, cook,
Flight attendant
Flight attendant, flight attendant, hostess, air hostess, woman,
Teacher, teacher, woman,
Hall porter
Hall porter, hall porter,
This interactive voice response (IVR) diagram sample depicts the architecture of IVR systems. It was designed on the base of the Wikimedia Commons file: IVR-Systemarchitektur.png. [ wiki/ File:IVR-Systemarchitektur.png]
This file is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported license. [ licenses/ by-sa/ 3.0/ deed.en]
"DTMF decoding and speech recognition are used to interpret the caller's response to voice prompts. DTMF tones are entered via the telephone keypad. ...
Other technologies include using text-to-speech (TTS) to speak complex and dynamic information, such as e-mails, news reports or weather information. TTS is computer generated synthesized speech that is no longer the robotic voice traditionally associated with computers. Real voices create the speech in fragments that are spliced together (concatenated) and smoothed before being played to the caller.
An IVR can be deployed in several ways:
1. Equipment installed on the customer premises.
2. Equipment installed in the PSTN (public switched telephone network).
3. Application service provider (ASP) / hosted IVR.
IVR can be used to provide a more sophisticated voice mail experience to the caller. ...
An automatic call distributor (ACD) is often the first point of contact when calling many larger businesses. ...
IVR call flows are created in a variety of ways. A traditional IVR depended upon proprietary programming or scripting languages, whereas modern IVR applications are generated in a similar way to Web pages, using standards such as VoiceXML, CCXML, SRGS and SSML. ...
In telecommunications, an audio response unit (ARU) is a device that provides synthesized voice responses to DTMF keypresses by processing calls based on (a) the call-originator input, (b) information received from a database, and (c) information in the incoming call, such as the time of day.
ARUs increase the number of information calls handled and provide consistent quality in information retrieval." [Interactive voice response. Wikipedia]
The IVR diagram example "IVR systems architecture" was designed using ConceptDraw PRO diagramming and vector drawing software extended with the Interactive Voice Response Diagrams solution from the Computer and Networks area of ConceptDraw Solution Park.
IVR diagram
IVR diagram, phone, performance monitoring, note, microphone, megaphone, headphones, ethernet port, drawing shapes, desktop phone, computer file, cloud network, LAN servers, 4 rackmount servers,