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  • Answer: Neurons transfer information in form of chemicals called neurotransmitters. But, they carry the signal in electrical form and secrete neurotransmitters themselves.

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What is the basis for the functional classifications of neurons?

  • Functionally, neurons or nerve cells are classified into three types,
    1. Sensory or afferent neuron- a neuron that carries signals towards brain.
    2. Motor or efferent neuron- a neuron that carries signals away from brain.
    3. Inter-neuron which is present in gray matter of spinal cord and convert sensory signals into appropriate motor signals during spinal reflex.

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  • Answer: Functionally, neurons or nerve cells are classified into three types,
    1. Sensory or afferent neuron- a neuron that carries signals towards brain.
    2. Motor or efferent neuron- a neuron that carries signals away from brain.
    3. Inter-neuron which is present in gray matter of spinal cord and convert sensory signals into appropriate motor signals during spinal reflex.
  • Answer: neurons are part of a nervous system and they transmit messages to other neurons who send those messages to the brain so that the brain can react by sending an impulse or something
  • Answer: interneuron (also called association neuron, local circuit neuron or relay neuron
  • Answer: Functional/Non-Functional Requirements
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    The Librarian


    1. Add Article
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    2. Update Article
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    3. Delete Article
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    Inquiry all current enrolled members to view their details


    5. Inquiry Issuance
    Inquiry of all database articles


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    Prepare Library database
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    Non-Functional Requirement


    Safety Requirements
    The database may get crashed at any certain time due to virus or operating system failure. Therefore it is required to take the database backup.


    Security Requirements
    We are going to develop a secured database for the university .There are different categories of users namely teaching staff, administrator, library staff ,students etc., Depending upon the category of user the access rights are decided. It means if the user is an administrator then he can be able to modify the data, delete, append etc., all other users other than library staff only have the rights to retrieve the information about database.


    Software Quality Attributes
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    Hardware Constraints
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    Software Constraints
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