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and assess relative trust for one another in different situations, well proven over a long time. It would be remiss not to try and emulate some of this functionality. With corporations, as with some associations, any trust network is highly simpli ed, codi ed into a formal membership requirement. Insuring trustworthy status on a case-bycase basis on application is not really done, although proven extreme transgressors may after the fact be excluded. Another trust mechanism is a contractual agreement, ultimately relying on external legal systems. It is easy to see how this simpli ed caricature of trust evolved into the commercial CA system.
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where is the evidence in the real world Such things certainly happen but they are invariably at the hands of insiders, career criminals, or people with a grudge against a certain company. To make the jump that because it involves computers and crime, it can only be hackers is a most unfortunate, and all too typical, assumption. Now that it s come from Clinton himself, more people will believe this and hackers will universally be seen as a negative force. Too bad, since hackers may be the one hope our nation has of avoiding a prolonged period of technological ignorance and fear, as well as increased manipulation and suppression of individual thought and alternative perspectives. Who else will figure out ways of defeating systems that are impenetrable without keeping the details to themselves or selling their allegiance to the highest bidder Who else will remember the simple yet vital premise of free access that has shaped much of what today s net community is And who else will have the guts to use these hopelessly naive ideals against the well-funded agendas of control and influence put forth by corporate and government interests As perpetual questioners, it s our responsibility to be skeptical and to never accept the obvious answers without thorough scrutiny. Never has that been more important than now, when new technology increasingly affects our lives with every passing day. By demonizing us, our concerns become that much easier to dismiss. We said it gets worse and it does. In addition to allocating $2.8 billion to fight both bioterrorism and cyberterrorism, Clinton is considering appointing a military commander to oversee these battles, right here in the United States. Such military presence in our own country would be unprecedented. According to The New York Times, Such a step would go far beyond the civil defense measures and bomb shelters that marked the cold war, setting up instead a military leadership right here in the United States to deal with the above-described hackers as well as all the other evil people plotting our nation s destruction. Obviously, this kind of a thing is raising concern among all kinds of people, not just hackers. But it illustrates why we have to make sure we re not drawn into this little game. It would be so much more convenient if we played along and turned into the cybervillains they so want us to be. Then it would be easy to send in assault teams to flush us out, online or offline. There also is a certain allure to being a cybervillain, and this is what we have to be particularly careful about. Earlier in the year, hackers belonging to the group Legions of the Underground (LoU) held an online press conference to announce a campaign to cripple the infrastructures of China and Iraq, supposedly because of human rights abuses. Led by Germany s Chaos Computer Club, virtually every major hacker organization (2600 included) condemned this action as counterproductive, against the hacker ethic, and potentially very dangerous. Fortunately, this had an effect, and other members of LoU quickly stepped in and denied any destructive intent.
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looking for said outcome measures. An electronic method of data capture should be considered as part of the protocol as designed. Electronic data capture allows for a more efficient use of time and further allows or could allow a more immediate aggregation of treatment data when there are a number of clinicians applying the best practice protocols with a number of consumers. Both questions 8 and 9 relate to the processes an agency/practice has established to make use of the data that it is collecting. Some call these processes data mining. Although the term data mining is technically a subset mathematical process in the arena of knowledge management, in its common usage, it means using data to achieve some result. Agencies and practices that collect data simply and solely because some funding or accrediting body requires it are being called into question. For example, failure to show actual use of data to improve performance can result in a score of noncompliance during a JCAHO accrediting survey. In terms of implementing evidence-based or best practice treatment protocols, the data collected must be used to determine the extent that the best practices being followed are achieving the results they were designed to achieve. That intent is the meaning of question 9. On the one hand, this question is an extension of the fidelity process discussion. But on the other hand, it has far wider reaching implications than mere fidelity. The results of looking at the data can be used to determine the effectiveness of the treatment process and, further, if the treatment process is shown to be ineffective, to improve the treatment processes. In a research setting, the findings could lead to improvements that would perhaps be integrated in subsequent iterations of the treatment design. In an agency/practice process, the fidelity findings would probably be used to ensure that the treatment design was being followed more closely. The outcome findings would be used to determine the extent that a treatment process would be continued or developed further. This further development might not necessarily be part of a second iteration of a treatment design, but might more likely be part of a continuous improvement process. Continuous improvement of a process would not be appropriate for researching the effectiveness of a treatment process in the research setting. If the effectiveness of a certain process is going to be established, that treatment process must remain constant throughout the trial. However, in the agency/practice setting, continuous improvement could be undertaken with certain provisos. If a treatment protocol is to be improved or otherwise changed, the improvement should be based on an analysis of a statistically significant set of outcome data. It should not be modified just because the initial outcomes may not be as expected. Further, there should be some clear indications on or within the tracking mechanisms that the treatment protocol was modified. For example, if seven data points had been collected on the measurement /assessment tool and the treatment protocol was modified, every charting mechanism for that measurement /assessment tool should be clearly marked as to the change in protocol to allow for the specific tracking of the effect of the change in the treatment design on the outcomes. The extent that an agency/practice has established the practice of using data to improve processes will be another determination of its ability to use or easily use best practice and/or evidence-based treatment protocols. The more an agency/practice has a
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No. Yes. RFT uses the IDE s debugger to debug every step recorded, providing the visibility into the value of data at any point. Screen snapshots are automatically generated only for fatal errors. For capturing screen snapshots otherwise, RFT exposes APIs that can be included in the script. RFT does provide the ability to run the scripts unattended. However, it will stop at the first failure encountered. Scripts can only be run in the foreground mode. No. The test management solution RFT integrates with does provide the capability to add dependencies to test execution. However, no scheduling capabilities are provided.
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CASE STUDY: COMMERCIAL AIRCRAFT CRASH AT SIOUX CITY, IOWA On July 19, 1989, United 232 (a DC-10 aircraft) crashed into a corn eld next to the Sioux City airport in Iowa while trying to make an emergency landing after losing one of three engines. In all, 110 passengers and one ight attendant were killed during this emergency landing; 185 people survived the accident, some without a scratch. Engine failure is the most commonly trained maneuver in simulators. The DC-10 has three engines; one on each wing and one on top of the fuselage in the vertical tail (or horizontal stabilizer). United 232 lost the engine on top of the fuselage due to the loss of a fan disk; the fan disk separated from the engine and crashed through the tail. Pilots fought through the engine loss by porpoising (rotating the thrust levels) the two remaining engines to land in Sioux City. However, the descent rate of the landing was too great; the aircraft caught re upon landing, tumbled, and broke apart in corn and soybean elds. The fan disk, about 300 pounds of titanium, on the number two engine was missing; it had shattered into pieces and crashed through a chamber designed to contain such a break-up. There are three independent hydraulic systems on the DC-10 aircraft; a unique engine powers each hydraulic system. The hydraulic system on an aircraft provides the forcing function for the aircraft s stabilization systems: the ailerons on the wings that permit the aircraft to bank right and left, the rudder that allows the aircraft to turn right and left, the elevators on the tail that cause the aircraft s nose to rotate up or down, and the aps and slots on the wings that permit the aircraft to change the amount of lift generated by the wings. Losing engine number two should have only caused the loss of one of the three hydraulic systems. However, the three independent hydraulic systems converge in the tail at the exactly the location that the fan disk ripped out, the single point of failure for all three hydraulic systems. Experts believe there was a preexisting fracture on the fan disk. Ultrasonic sensors are used to detect fractures during production. However, these sensors do not provide good results when the fracture is near the surface. The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) investigators concluded that the fracture had been there since the fan disk was built. The fracture would have grown with use; the maintenance crew was blamed for not nding the fracture during routine maintenance activities. Nonetheless, this does not dismiss the design aw of a single point of failure for what were considered to be three redundant hydraulic systems [Magnuson, 1989; Birnbaum, 1989].
to the entity or an option held by the entity has expired worthless. In these cases, derecognition is appropriate because the rights associated with the financial asset no longer exist. 5.1.3 The application of the second criterion for derecognition of financial assets is often more complex. It relies on an assessment of the extent to which the entity has transferred the risks and rewards of ownership of the asset and, if that assessment is not conclusive, an assessment of whether the entity has retained control of the transferred financial asset. 5.1.4 More specifically, when an entity sells or otherwise transfers a financial asset to another party, the entity (transferor) must evaluate the extent to which it has transferred the risks and rewards of ownership of the transferred financial asset to the other party (transferee). This evaluation is based on a comparison of the exposure to the variability in the amounts and timing of the net cash flows of the asset before and after the transfer of the asset. 5.1.5 IAS 39 distinguishes among three types of transfers: (1) The entity has retained substantially all risks and rewards of ownership of the transferred asset. (2) The entity has transferred substantially all risks and rewards of ownership of the transferred asset. (3) The entity has neither retained nor transferred substantially all risks and rewards of ownership of the transferred asset (i.e., cases that fall between situations (1) and (2) above). 5.1.6 If an entity transfers substantially all risks and rewards of ownership of a transferred financial asset situation (2) above the entity derecognizes the financial asset in its entirety.
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