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LECTURE AUTODESK INVENTOR AUXILIARY VIEWS

LECTURE AUTODESK INVENTOR AUXILIARY VIEWS

An auxiliary view is an orthographic view that is projected onto any plane other than the frontal, horizontal, or profile plane. An auxiliary view is not one of the six principal views. To show the true size and shape of surface ABCD, an auxiliary view can be created by positioning a line of sight perpendicular to the inclined plane, then constructing the new view.
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A STUDY ON COMMON METHODS TO TRANSLATE MARKETING TERMS FROM ENGLISH TO VIETNAMESE

A STUDY ON COMMON METHODS TO TRANSLATE MARKETING TERMS FROM ENGLISH TO VIETNAMESE

FUNCTIONAL –BASED APPROACH Nida’s 1964 view on equivalence It is not the identity of situationally relevant features that is the main criterion for equivalence, but rather the identity o[r]
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HTML AND JAVASCRIPT FOR VISUAL LEARNERS  P18 POT

HTML AND JAVASCRIPT FOR VISUAL LEARNERS P18 POT

1. Create a new blank page and save it with the file name midwest.html . It will be The Midwest page, but leave it blank for right now. 2. Create a new page with file name rockies.html . This is The Rockies page. Title it “Nature in the Rocky Mountains.” Make its
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HANDBOOK OF CRM  ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE IN CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT PART 3 PPS

HANDBOOK OF CRM ACHIEVING EXCELLENCE IN CUSTOMER MANAGEMENT PART 3 PPS

Improving value assessment using trade-off analysis A more realistic evaluation of customer value can be obtained by asking a representative sample of customers to rank the product’s attributes and then, using an analytical tool such as conjoint analy- sis, or trade-off analysis, to apply a weighting system to discover the weight given to different levels of each attribute. Here advanced computer analysis is used to calibrate the importance ‘weights’, which can then be aggregated to provide an objective measure of the ‘utility’ that customers prescribe to each elements of customer value. This technique is based on the simple concept of trading off one attribute against another. For example, the purchaser of a new car is likely to trade off a number of specific product attributes in agreeing the purchase price and specifications. Vehicle performance, petrol economy, number of seats, safety features, boot capacity, low price, and so on will have factored in his decision. Trade-off analysis can also be used to identify customers who share common preferences in terms of product attributes and may reveal substantial market segments with service needs that are not fully catered for by existing offers.
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INVERSE PROBLEM THEORYAND METHODS FOR MODEL PARAMETER ESTIMATION PPT

INVERSE PROBLEM THEORYAND METHODS FOR MODEL PARAMETER ESTIMATION PPT

Quite often, the least-squares solution is justified using a statistical point of view. In this case, d and m are viewed as random variables with known covariance operators C D and C M and unknown means d true and m true . Then, d obs and m prior are interpreted as two particular realizations of the random variables d and m , and the problem is to obtain an estimator of m true , which is, in some sense, optimum. The Gauss–Markoff theorem (see, for instance, Plackett, 1972, or Rao, 1973) shows that, for linear problems , the least-squares estimator has minimum variance among all the estimators that are linear functions of d obs and m prior , irrespective of the particular form of the probability density functions of the random variables d and m . This is not as good as it may seem: minimum variance may be a bad criterion when the probability densities are far from Gaussian, as, for instance, when a small number of large, uncontrolled errors are present in a data set (see Problem 7.7). As the general approach developed in chapter 1 justifies the least-squares criterion only when all uncertainties (modelization uncertainties, observational uncertainties, uncertainties in the a priori model) are Gaussian, I urge the reader to limit the use of the techniques described in this chapter to the cases where this assumption is not too strongly violated.
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The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics Part 113 ppsx

The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive Linguistics Part 113 ppsx

about ‘‘primary metaphors’’ that might apply to children (Grady and Taub 1996 ), there is basically nothing like a systematic study of how young children relate, for example, concrete uses of prepositions as in out of the box to less concrete uses as in out of her mind —and indeed there is very little research on children’s under- standing of abstract words and expressions in general. The one main exception is Johnson’s ( 1999 ) ‘‘constructional grounding’’ hypothesis, in which young children are aided in the acquisition of, for example, the epistemic meaning of see (e.g., I see your point ) by first being exposed to uses of see that are ambiguous between the perceptual and epistemic meanings (e.g., Let’s see what’s in the box ). There are good reasons for the relative neglect of these issues, as in all cases it is very difficult to determine the extent to which children are understanding an expression as meta- phorical rather than as straightforwardly conventional. But there should be ways using experimental methods to make such determinations, and so this would seem to be an area of developmental research wide open for exploration by cognitive linguists.
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BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC:

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC: " SYNTHESIS AND CHARACTERIZATION OF TIN DISULFIDE (SNS2) NANOWIRES" POTX

years to produce nanowires with extremely long length and high aspect ratio, and it also provides a simple, rapid, and cheap way for fabricating nanowires as aligned arrays [4]. Tin disulfide (SnS 2 ) is an n-type semiconductor with hexagonal cadmium iodide (Cdl 2 ) structure. It is composed of sheets of tin atoms sandwiched between two close- packed sheets of sulfur atoms [5]. Single crystal and polycrystalline films of SnS 2 have shown optical band gaps in the range of 2.12–2.44 eV [6]. As an important member of the IV–VI group semiconductors, SnS 2 is a possible choice in solar cells and optoelectronic devices [7]. A variety of methods have been developed into synthesized SnS2 nanoparticles, films, and crystals. SnS2 nanoparticles were synthesized through the microware plasma process either by the reaction between chloride or carbonyl of tin and H2S [8]. The films of SnS2 were prepared by chemical deposition from an acidic medium solution containing Sn 4 ? ions [9]. Single crystals of SnS 2 have been grown by the vapor phase [10]. In addition, SnS2 nanocrystallites with hexagon flake shape were synthesized by a hydro- thermal reaction between SnCl 4 5H 2 O and (NH 2 ) 2 CS [11]. SnS 2 nanobelts were produced from SnCl 2 2H 2 O and Na 2 S by a thioglycollic acid (TGA) assisted hydro- thermal method [12]. However, SnS 2 nanowires are fabricated within AAO template synthesis, using the elec- trodeposition and sulfurizing methods that are not yet reported.
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Olive cultivation in the era of globalization

Olive cultivation in the era of globalization

The purpose of this paper is to show, in a spatiotemporal point of view, the expansive dynamic of the olive tree. The main conclusion is this cycle has a very important potential growth ahead, but is not exempt of limitations and doubts, both for the new productive regions and the Mediterranean regions that are specialised in this millennial crop.
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HARDCOVER TAKING CHARGE AT WORK_8 DOC

HARDCOVER TAKING CHARGE AT WORK_8 DOC

You discover the virtues and vices of work (and it always exhibits both) in the lived experience of doing it, encountering tools and materials and interacting with others, while analyzing, deliberating, assessing, drafting, thinking, discussing, questioning, and creating things together, or in reliv- ing the experience, reflecting on what you have been doing. 5 Knowledge workers seldom follow well-trodden paths. Organizing while they do their work, they forge their own directions and, along the way lots of things can hold them up. Colleagues with unorthodox work habits may be mildly irri- tating. More exasperating is a boss who either can’t or won’t give a straight answer to questions about what you need to do to complete the contract. Without their knowing it, others may be blocking your way, preventing you from doing something important; or you’ve missed a deadline you set together; or, watching what your partners are doing, you are concerned that they seem to be on a different track entirely. How you handle these situations, whether and how quickly you resolve the problems, depends in large measure on whether people are able to discuss their problems and others are willing to listen, and, if they are, are willing to cooperate. Say- ing “this is good work” is an opinion about how their work, together, has gone or is going. It is an assessment of collective intentions, actions, and of what is accomplished by people doing things together.
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BEYOND MANAGEMENT WORKPLACE_9 POTX

BEYOND MANAGEMENT WORKPLACE_9 POTX

The trouble is that when you think this way, you lose sight of just about everything that matters for doing good work, you aren’t able to tell good work from bad, and, what is more, you don’t care . The mindset or thought-scheme you’re using to organize work doesn’t have a place for care. In the aftermath of a “global financial crisis” that sent huge insti- tutions to the brink, which measure their worth in billions of dollars, it seems obvious that we should turn attention to work and why people ought to care. Amongst other things, in the “meltdown,” the hopes of many for longer-term financial security vanished; security which the same institu- tions promised them in advertisement after advertisement. Then in April 2010, on the heels of the turmoil in financial markets, which, inciden- tally, revealed Bernard Madoff to be the biggest Ponzi-scheme fraudster in history, Deepwater Horizon , one the BP oil company’s rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, exploded. It took BP employees and many people from other organizations just a fraction under a quarter of a year to staunch the flow of oil from the broken riser pipe that tapped a deep-sea well. No one knows what effects the mixture of oil and gas that spewed out will have on sea life, the earth, and people living near the Gulf. If the consequences are anything like those that followed the grounding of the oil tanker Exxon Valdez , they will probably last for generations.
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FREE MOVEMENT OF GOODS AND THEIR USE – WHAT IS THE USE OF IT  PPTX

FREE MOVEMENT OF GOODS AND THEIR USE – WHAT IS THE USE OF IT PPTX

ensuring road safety, it did not follow that it was necessary to attain those objectives or that there were no other less restrictive means of doing so. Visual inspection was “only one means among others . . . in order to fight crime and prevent offences relating to the obligation to wear seat belts.” 104 The alleged necessity of the ban was only further undermined when Portugal admitted at the hearing that it allowed the marketing in its territory of motor vehicles fitted from the outset with tinted windows within the limits laid down by Council Directive 92/22. 105 Tinted windows, like tinted film, may prevent any external visual inspection of the interior of vehicles. The ECJ pointed out that “unless it was accepted that, as regards motor vehicles fitted at the outset with tinted windows,” the Portuguese authorities had “abandoned their campaign to fight crime and their efforts to enforce road safety, it was clear that they must use other methods to identify criminals and persons who may be breaking the rules concerning the wearing of seat belts.” 106 Furthermore, no evidence had been adduced to show “that the ban, in so far as it concerned all tinted film, [was] necessary to promote road safety and combat crime.” 107 Given “that there was a wide range of tinted film, from transparent film to film which is almost opaque . . . at least some films, namely those with a sufficient degree of transparency, permit[ted] the desired visual inspection of the interior of motor vehicles.” 108 For all these reasons, which closely follow the approach proposed by the learned Advocate General, the Third Chamber rightly concluded that the measure concerned was not justified.
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SIMPLE COMPUTER TUNE UP  SPEED UP YOUR PC  P45 DOC

SIMPLE COMPUTER TUNE UP SPEED UP YOUR PC P45 DOC

Note You may discover an application or process isn’t working properly after you have made changes to the startup items, and you may want to undo the changes. You can go back to the System Configuration utility, re-check the checkboxes you unchecked, and see if that solves your problem.
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Aggregation of symbolic possibilistic knowledge bases from the postulate point of view

Aggregation of symbolic possibilistic knowledge bases from the postulate point of view

The purpose of this paper is to investigate aggregation processes of SPK bases from the postulate point of view in propositional language. These processes are implemented via impossibility distributions defined from SPK bases. Characteristics of merging operators, including hierarchical merging operators, of symbolic impossibility distributions (SIDs for short) from the postulate point of view will be shown in the paper.
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SIMPLE COMPUTER TUNE UP  SPEED UP YOUR PC  P26 POTX

SIMPLE COMPUTER TUNE UP SPEED UP YOUR PC P26 POTX

18. Exit the Registry Editor by clicking the X button in the upper-right corner. 19. If you change your mind and want to allow the balloon tips to appear, all you have to do is repeat these steps to locate the EnableBalloonTips registry key. Open it, delete the 0,
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BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC    RESEARCH ARTICLE OPTIMIZATION OF LINEAR PRECODED OFDM FOR HIGH DATA RATE UWB SYSTEMS  PPTX

BÁO CÁO HÓA HỌC RESEARCH ARTICLE OPTIMIZATION OF LINEAR PRECODED OFDM FOR HIGH DATA RATE UWB SYSTEMS PPTX

Section 5 . Finally, Section 6 concludes the paper. 2. SYSTEM DESCRIPTION 2.1. MBOA solution The MBOA solution divides the UWB spectrum into 14 sub- bands of 528 MHz each, as illustrated in Figure 1 . Initially, most of the studies have been performed on the first three subbands from 3.1 to 4.8 GHz. An OFDM signal can be transmitted on each subband using a 128-point inverse fast Fourier transform (IFFT). Out of the 128 subcarriers used, only 100 are assigned to transmit data. The multiuser ac- cess is performed with time-frequency codes (TFC) which provide frequency hopping from a subband to another at the end of each OFDM symbol. Hence, at a given instant, if we consider a 3-user system, each user occupies one of the first three subbands. The TFC allows every user to bene- fit from frequency diversity over a bandwidth equal to three subbands. Note, however, that when only the first three sub- bands are considered, conflicts between users appear when a fourth user is added within a piconet, whereas scenarios going up to six simultaneous users have to be considered in practice.
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Prevalence of seed mycoflora of mung bean (Vigna radiata L.) in Karnataka, India

Prevalence of seed mycoflora of mung bean (Vigna radiata L.) in Karnataka, India

845 production of mung bean is 15 lakh tonnes from an area of 34.40 lakh ha with a productivity of 406.98 kg ha -1 , of which Karnataka occupies 5.28 lakh ha with a production of 1.08 lakh tonnes and average yield of 204.55 kg ha -1 (Anonymous, 2011). Among the various factors responsible for low yields, biotic and abiotic stresses take a heavy toll of the crop, out of which diseases cause an estimated yield loss of 20 to 30 per cent (Singh, 1995). Green gram suffers from many diseases caused by fungi, bacteria, viruses, nematodes and also abiotic stresses. Among the fungal diseases, powdery mildew, anthracnose, Cercospora leaf spot, web blight and dry root rot are the most prevalent diseases. Apart from foliar and soil borne diseases, same fungi are also causing qualitative and quantitative loss in the storage. Seed is the focal point in agriculture development without which an agriculture system is meaningless (Schwin, 1994) and high quality seed is an important pre-requisite for sustainable and profitable crop production. Seed health is an important factor in the control of diseases, since an infected seed is less viable, has low germination, reduced vigour and reduced yield (Van Gastel et al.,
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IDEAS OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY P53 POTX

IDEAS OF QUANTUM CHEMISTRY P53 POTX

492 9. Electronic Motion in the Mean Field: Periodic Systems This multipole killing (field compensation) may be carried out in several ways. 65 Application of the method is extremely simple. Imagine unit cell 0 and its neigh- bour unit cells (a cluster). Such a cluster is sometimes treated as a molecule and its role is to represent a bulk crystal. This is a very expensive way to describe the bulk crystal properties, for the cluster surface atom ratio to the bulk atom is much higher than we would wish (the surface still playing an important role). What is lacking is the crystal field that will change the cluster properties. In the field compensation method we do the same, but there are some fictitious charges at the cluster boundaries that take care of the crystal field. This enables us to use a smaller cluster than before (low cost) and still get the influence of the infinite crystal. The fictitious charges are treated in computations the same way as are the nuclei (even if some of them are negatively charged). However artificial it may seem, the results are far better when using the field compensation method than without it. 66
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AUTODESK REVIT ARCHITECTURE 2011 NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED   PART 69 PPS

AUTODESK REVIT ARCHITECTURE 2011 NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED PART 69 PPS

5. Draw the match line as shown in Figure 13.10. 6. Click Finish Edit Mode on the Mode panel. Your match line will now appear as a bold dashed line. Since the physical appearance of a match line never seems to be the same from firm to firm, we can adjust the appearance of the line.
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WITHARANA ET AL  NANOSCALE RESEARCH LETTERS 2011  6 231 POT

WITHARANA ET AL NANOSCALE RESEARCH LETTERS 2011 6 231 POT

Introduction Nanofluids are suspensions of nano-sized particles in liquids, where particle sizes are preferably below 100 nm. At modest particle concentrations, the thermal con- ductivity, forced convective heat transfer, and critical heat flux of nanofluids were reported to be superior to respective base liquids [1-8]. In the backdrop of conven- tional heat transfer technologies approaching their upper limits, nanofluids are seen as a potential conten- der for small- and large-scale thermal applications [9-12]. A number of attempts had been made in the past, and postulates were put forward to explain the underlying mechanisms. Although yet inconclusive, the nanoparticle aggregation in liquids is believed to be one of the principal mechanisms behind the enhanced ther- mal conductivity and convective heat transfer [13-16]. In either case, the importance of particle aggregation and their stability were underlined.
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BEYOND MANAGEMENT TAKING CHARGE AT WORK BY MARK ADDLESON_9 PPT

BEYOND MANAGEMENT TAKING CHARGE AT WORK BY MARK ADDLESON_9 PPT

Now, “going topless” may make it sound as though I’m talking about lopping off the points of pyramids or “flattening” organizations, an inef- fectual approach often adopted for “smashing silos” and encouraging col- laboration. This is not what I mean at all, because, as I’ve noted, structure is not the problem. Going topless has to do with what is missing at work and what is missing are voices: the voices we need to hear so that we are thinking about our work, are able to tell good work from bad, and that keep us interested in doing good work. These are diverse voices of experience, which come from multiple practices, cover a multitude of perspectives, and from people who are intimate with the work, the people, and the things at hand. They are human voices and stories, capable of “connect- ing” us with work and everything involved in doing it, not just “results” or “outcomes.” Voices that can draw us into conversations and into ask- ing questions about good and bad work—what we’re doing and why, with whom, and for whom, how we’re doing it, and what are the consequences of what we’re doing. I explained earlier (Chapter 5) that the view from the top and the view from practice—management and organizing—are like parallel universes. Management (the mindset) is all models and tools. For experience and talk to count at work, we have to become organizers, banishing high-control practices. This is what I mean by going topless.
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GALE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LAW 3RD EDITION VOLUME 14 P2 DOCX

GALE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF AMERICAN LAW 3RD EDITION VOLUME 14 P2 DOCX

One who aids, abets, commands, or counsels another in the commission of a crime. Accident: The word accident is derived from the Latin verb accidere, signifying “ fall upon, befall, happen, chance. ” In its most commonly accepted meaning, or in its ordinary or popular sense, the word may be defined as meaning: some sudden and unexpected event taking place without expectation, upon the instant, rather than something that continues, progresses or develops; something happening by chance; something unforeseen, unexpected, unusual, extraordinary, or phenomenal, taking place not according to the usual course of things or events, out of the range of ordinary calculations; that which exists or occurs abnormally, or an uncommon occurrence. The word may be employed as denoting a calamity, casualty, catastrophe, disaster, an undesirable or unfortunate happening; any unexpected personal injury resulting from any unlooked for mishap or occurrence; any unpleasant or unfortunate occurrence that causes injury, loss, suffering, or death; some untoward occurrence aside from the usual course of events. An event that takes place without one ’ s foresight or expectation; an undesigned, sudden, and unexpected event.
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INTELLIGENT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY AND TRENDS EPISODE 1 PART 5 DOCX

INTELLIGENT VEHICLE TECHNOLOGY AND TRENDS EPISODE 1 PART 5 DOCX

Honda introduced its intelligent driver support system in Japan in 2002, which incorporates radar-based ACC, LDW, and LKA (see Figure 5.1). Also in 2003, Honda was the first company worldwide to introduce a forward collision safety sys- tem to go beyond warning the driver to actively braking the vehicle. This feature, called the collision mitigation braking system (CMBS), provides several levels of driver warning and activates hard braking at the last moment to mitigate a collision. This is seen as a way of balancing deference to the driver’s judgment on one hand, with active intervention on the other hand, in those cases where the driver does not respond and the collision probability approaches 100%. In 2004, Honda again scored a world’s first by introducing intelligent night vision to the Japanese market on its new Legend sedan. Based on far infrared sensing, the system detects pedestri- ans in the forward path and highlights their presence on the in-vehicle night vision display screen. These systems are further described in Chapter 7.
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TÀI LIỆU OCA  ORACLE DATABASE 11G ADMINISTRATOR CERTIFIED ASSOCIATE  P10 PPTX

TÀI LIỆU OCA ORACLE DATABASE 11G ADMINISTRATOR CERTIFIED ASSOCIATE P10 PPTX

426 Chapter 8 N Introducing Oracle Database 11g Components and Architecture One way to simplify installation planning is to adopt the Optimal Flexible Architecture (OFA) model that Oracle recommends as a best-practice methodology for managing Oracle installations in Unix environments (and to a lesser extent, Windows environments). Cary Millsap designed the OFA model to produce database installations that are easier to man- age, upgrade, and back up, while at the same time minimizing problems associated with database growth. The OFA model addresses four areas:
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A GAME THEORETICAL APPROACH TOTHE ALGEBRAIC COUNTERPART OF THEWAGNER HIERARCHY CJP10

A GAME THEORETICAL APPROACH TOTHE ALGEBRAIC COUNTERPART OF THEWAGNER HIERARCHY CJP10

RNN is obtained. Notably, this classification will be tightly related to the attractive properties of the net- works. More precisely, along the sequential presenta- tion of a stimulation s , the induced evolution e s of a network might seem to successively fall into several distinct attractors before getting eventually trapped by the attractor inf ( e s ). In other words, the sequence of successive states e s might visit the same set of states for a while, but then escapes from this pattern and visits another set of states for some while again, and so forth until it finally gets attracted for ever by the set of states inf ( e s ). We specially focus on this feature and provide a refined hierarchical classification of first-order RNN according to their capacity to punctually switch between attractors of different types along their evolutions.
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SCIENTEN PRACTISE ENGLISH10 POTX

SCIENTEN PRACTISE ENGLISH10 POTX

C o m m e n t a r y o n t h e A r t s The purpose of commentary is to illuminate or explain other works of literature and art. These texts review and analyze a work of art (performance art, visual art, and lit- erature) and generally have two goals: to help us under- stand the work of art and to evaluate its success or value. A book review, for example, will typically offer some background on the author, summarize the basic plot of the story, and describe the main characters and their chief conflicts. It will also point out what makes the novel good (e.g., the characters are especially endearing, the plot has surprising twists and turns, the descriptions are particularly lush, the structure is very unique) or bad (e.g., the plot is trite, the characters are flat and unbe- lievable, the writing is clumsy, the chapters are disor- ganized). Thus, commentary can help you determine whether a work of art is something you should experi- ence, and if you do experience it, the commentary can help you make more sense of your experience.
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THỦ THUẬT SHAREPOINT 2010 PART 06 PDF

THỦ THUẬT SHAREPOINT 2010 PART 06 PDF

in the following section, but for now you should be aware that any library and list created can also be used on just about any page in a site. Users may find it useful to have a Web Part that lists newly uploaded documents or recent announcements directly on the company’s intranet home page. List view Web Parts are also particularly useful in that they are directly tied to the list from which they are created. This also gives users the flexibility to update information on a web page without having to actually edit the content of the page itself — the List view Web Part is all maintained in the list itself. Another benefit of being able to use a List view Web Part is that it offers all the flex- ibility of being able to display any views created for the list, as well as have its own views created specifically for it. For example, you could create a list of events whose default view is a Calendar view when the list is open, and at the same time you can have the same list displayed on a web page, but in a Standard view format.
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Báo cáo hóa học:

Báo cáo hóa học: " Research Article Quantification and Standardized Description of Color Vision Deficiency Caused by Anomalous Trichromats—Part I: Simulation and " docx

3. COMPUTERIZED HUE TEST FOR COLOR VISION DEFICIENCY 3.1. Color vision deficiency A significant number of studies have been conducted to understand human color perception and cone fundamen- tals [ 14 – 20 ]. Normal color vision has three cones whose peak sensitivities lie in the long-wavelength (L), middle- wavelength (M), and short-wavelength (S) bands of the vis- ible spectrum [ 1 , 19 ]. Meanwhile, CVD arises from two causes: (1) complete lack of a cone pigment or (2) alteration of one of the three cone pigments. The former is known as dichromacy, and the latter is known as anomalous trichro- macy. There is an extreme case, called achromatopsia, where no cone is present in the eyes. Anomalous trichromacy is known to have various causes [ 1 ]. The most frequent one is the shifting of cone spectral sensitivity from the normal position [ 1 , 15 , 17 , 21 ]. Anomalous trichromats have three classes of cone pigments, but the peak sensitivity wavelengths of two of these classes lie closer together. Depending on the type of shifted cone, anomalous trichromacy is divided into protanomalous (having a shifted L cone), deuteranoma- lous (having a shifted M cone), and tritanomalous (having a shifted S cone) trichromacy. The protanomalous and deuter- anomalous trichromats are X-chromosome-linked, genetic, anomalous trichromats, while the tritanomalous trichromats are mostly acquired. Due to abnormal cone characteristics, people with CVD may have great difficulty with color dis- crimination.
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LECTURE LITERARY CRITICISM - LECTURE 26: ARNOLD’S CANNONS OF CRITICISM

LECTURE LITERARY CRITICISM - LECTURE 26: ARNOLD’S CANNONS OF CRITICISM

Arnold defined criticism as “a disinterested endeavored to learn and propagate the best that is known and thought in the world.”The first principle of criticism ,according to Mathew Arnold ,is disinterestedness,which is to be attained by,keeping aloof from what is called the practical view of things”.The practical view so called ,id the view distorted by irrelevant considerations-political,social or religious.
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BAI GIANG CÔNG NGHÊ

BAI GIANG CÔNG NGHÊ

5. CONCLUSIONS In this paper, we have proposed a computerized color vision test for CVD. The CHT is a reproducible computer-based test that allows easy manipulation of test colors for the pur- poses of simulation and analysis of anomalies in color vision. The usefulness of the CHT was evaluated with both com- puter simulation and clinical experiments. The CHT is sta- tistically consistent for all age groups with the FM100H test. A computer simulation was used to measure the variation of color defects according to spectral cone shift. From our sim- ulation results, we can conclude that the anomalous trichro- mats are more defective in their color discrimination abil- ity when the spectral cone shift is bigger. We could also see that the color gamut of the anomalous trichromats becomes smaller when the spectral cone shift increases. Another im- portant conclusion through the simulation on the CHT is that color vision would be linearly degraded according to de- ficiency degree. Since the deficiency degree in the standard- ized CVD description is linearly measured, this observation is important for Part II of our study that aims at matching the error scores of the CHT to the standardized CVD descrip- tion. Given the evidence, we can conclude that the CHT pro- vides a reliable and quantitative measure of color defects. In Part II of the study, we discuss a color compensation scheme for anomalous trichromats. This color compensation scheme operates according to the deficiency degree standardized by the MPEG-21 multimedia framework.
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Transcript profiling for early stages during embryo development in Scots pine

Transcript profiling for early stages during embryo development in Scots pine

Characterization of the expression and function of genes regulating embryo development in conifers is interesting from an evolutionary point of view. However, our knowledge about the regulation of embryo development in conifers is limited.
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WIND FARM IMPACT IN POWER SYSTEM AND ALTERNATIVES TO IMPROVE THE INTEGRATION PART 9 DOC

WIND FARM IMPACT IN POWER SYSTEM AND ALTERNATIVES TO IMPROVE THE INTEGRATION PART 9 DOC

4.3 Impacts on the migration routes and bird nesting, impacts on the fauna, flora and ecosystems The literature does not report any significant negative impacts of wind farms on birds. The results of a wind farm impact research on the avifauna in the Netherlands (Winkelman, 1992) imply that no verifiable impacts on nesting birds or birds perching for food into the vicinity of wind farms have been registered. A long-term observation of 87,000 birds in the vicinity of wind farms show that the majority of birds completely avoided the wind farms (97 %) and only a fraction chose to fly through a rotor. This usually results in a clash with a blade. Despite being hit by the blade there is no inevitable rule of a serious injury or death of the bird. The existence of a pressure field in front of the rotating blade forms a barrier which often repels the birds.
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BÁO CÁO TOÁN HỌC:

BÁO CÁO TOÁN HỌC: " MAGIC N -CUBES FORM A FREE" PPTX

as do the summation conditions to which they are subjected, and we formulate these observations in a very general setting, motivated by the desire to understand the monoids S N (t, g) (see § 3) from an abstract point of view. In earlier draft of this article [ A2], these generalizations were worked out in considerable detail including some discussion of infinite dimensional varieties. In the present article, for reasons of space, the discussion is reduced to a brief sketch. In § 3, we consider classes of magic N -cubes that have certain remarkable power sum properties for their entries. We denote these monoids S N (t, g) and prove in Theorem 3.1 that they are free on infinitely many generators. In § 4, we take up the question of the convergence of the generating functions and, after showing that they diverge, conclude the article with a summary of the estimates we obtained. These estimates can undoubtedly be greatly improved by a more careful application of the methods we are using. However they are all based on the observation that certain methods of constructing magic N -cubes are compatible with many permutations. More desirable than merely having better estimates would be to have another observation of an essentially different nature.
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BEYOND MANAGEMENT TAKING CHARGE AT WORK_10 POTX

BEYOND MANAGEMENT TAKING CHARGE AT WORK_10 POTX

Good work wanted Who knows good work? If you have read this far and aren’t sneaking a peak at the end to find out whether I have anything interesting to say, I won’t have to remind you that I have been poking around inside knowledge-work and the mindset we call management in order to understand work practices. Whatever they do, you can assume people want to do a decent job and, whether it is cleaning out the garage or preparing a report, they need to be properly organized. So, one-on-one, or in groups, knowledge workers spend much of their time talking—planning, negotiating, and arranging; preparing to do something. Even when everyone is doing it with the best of intentions, organizing can be a tricky process, requiring persistence and agility. The relatively minor matter of coordinating schedules can turn out to be a small trial in itself. Or it may take a good deal of negotiating and maneuvering back and forth to reconcile divergent interests. Then someone new comes into the picture and you start all over. At work an array of practices makes the cir- cumstances for organizing far from ideal. Bureaucratic rules, for example, limit individuals’ discretion and flexibility. Hierarchy makes superiors and subordinates out of colleagues, driving a wedge between their interests. And work-place culture discourages talk, hence sharing knowledge. Ves- tiges of the industrial era, and devised under circumstances far removed from today’s knowledge-work environments, these practices were not intended to help people get organized. Factory-work didn’t require it. Knowledge workers, however, who have to organize, are frustrated by an enormous apparatus of top-down control. It restricts their authority and constantly diverts their energy and attention from their work. This is not a recipe for good work.
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GIÁO ÁN ANH VĂN LỚP 12 - 45 MINUTE TEST PPS

GIÁO ÁN ANH VĂN LỚP 12 - 45 MINUTE TEST PPS

the_______. A. unemploy B. employed C. employ D.unemployed 8. We haven’t really ______the cost of the activities yet. A. calculating B. calculation C.calculated D. calculate 9. The baby doesn’t cryso much now but she _____cry every night. A. use to B. used to C. used D. use
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Project name: Database Model

Project name: Database Model

Project name Database Model a description of the persistent data storage perspective of the system. This view is OPTIONAL if there is little or no persistent data, or the translation between the Design Model and the Data Model is trivial.
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AUTOMATIC REGISTRATION OF COLOR IMAGES TO 3D GEOMETRY OF INDOOR ENVIRONMENTS

AUTOMATIC REGISTRATION OF COLOR IMAGES TO 3D GEOMETRY OF INDOOR ENVIRONMENTS

In the mean time, the format of the range data is introduced, _•_ Chapter 6 describes the details of the multi-view geometry reconstruction, _•_ Chapter 7 describes the method to registe[r]
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Tiếng anh tài chính unit 7: Fiscal Policy

Tiếng anh tài chính unit 7: Fiscal Policy

Government spending and taxation directly affect the overall performance of the economy. Forexample, if the government increases spending to build a new highway, construction of the highway willcreate jobs. Jobs create income that people spend on purchases, and the economy tends to grow. Theopposite happens when the government increases taxes. Households and businesses have less of theirincome to spend, they purchase fewer goods, and the economy tends to shrink.
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Project name: Deployment Model

Project name: Deployment Model

Project name Deployment Model this section describes one or more physical network hardware configurations on which the software is deployed and run. It is a view of the Deployment Model. At a minimum for each configuration it should indicate the physical nodes that execute the software, and their interconnections. Also include a mapping of the processes of the Process View onto the physical nodes.
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WHAT ARE THE ISSUE AND THE CONCLUSION

WHAT ARE THE ISSUE AND THE CONCLUSION

Before we evaluate someone's reasoning, we must first find it. Doing so sounds simple; it isn't. To get started as a critical thinker, you must practice the iden- tification of the issue and the conclusion. Cell phones are becoming a large part of today's society bringing with than benefits and drawbacks. They are beneficial for those with tight schedules and in case of emergencies. Cell phones can also come in handy for parents to check up on their children. Even though cell phones do carry benefits, the drawbacks are in their inappropriate use. When a cell phone rings or owners talk on them during a lecture or a concert, a major disruption in the concentration of others is inevitable. Even though there are suggestions in polite society to leave them off, perhaps we need stronger penalties associated with abuse of the growing population of cell phones. The person who wrote this assessment of cell phones very much wants you to believe something. But what is that something and why are we supposed to believe any such thing?
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