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The Options settings determine the behavior when you are using the Allow Model Edits option and a new item has been configured. For example, the design table may already exist, and you manually add a configuration and suppress a feature. Configurations that have been added manually are displayed somewhat differently from configs that are being managed by the design table. Figure 10.19 shows the two configurations at the bottom of the tree with square symbols, while the design table configs have Excel symbols.
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the operating frequencies of neighboring cells must be different. In an IR network, terminals within a cell communicate with a node or satellite installed on the ceiling, and these nodes are interconnected to the rest of the network with wires, cables, radio, or ber optics lines [Gfe82, Yen85]. The cell might be a small of ce or a section of a large open of ce, depending on the architecture of the building. Figure 14.1 shows two typical setups for optical networks. The rst setup is a manufacturing oor divided into subareas covered by satellites. The second setup comprises three areas covered by separate satellites. The satellites in either example are connected by a wired backbone network to a central control station. Wireless optical networks are sensitive to shadowing, and therefore coverage will usually suffer to some extent from blind corners or areas with outage. In these instances, coverage can be extended by installing passive or active re ectors. IR communication technology is dominant in the low-speed remote control market [Cia82] and is also nding applications in cordless phones, wireless keyboards for personal computers, and wireless local area networks (WLANs). The major drawbacks
The StringBuilder member provides a means of string modification, by adding, removing, or replacing characters to an existing string without creating a new string with each modification. This class is meant to optimize the handling of string data, since the overhead of creating a new string to handle the string operations is not necessary. The StringBuilder is a member of the System.Text namespace. Table 10-11 lists the core methods allowed on the StringBuilder member. Table 10-11: StringBuilder Methods Method Append Description Appends a typed object to the end of the current StringBuilde r. Replaces one or more format specification s with the appropriatel y formatted value of an obejct. Ensures that the capacity of the current StringBuilde r is at least the value specified. Inserts the specified object into the StringBuilde r at the specified position. Removes the specified characters from the StringBuilde r.
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As always, 'perception' in mathematics does not mean just the visual perception required to look at a geometrical figure, but also applies to algebra and arguments in symbols. Many problems - perhaps C!ll - can be proved by a variety of methods, including algebraic transformations and novel ways of looking. We conclude this chapter with three examples of problems that can be tackled by scientific experiment, by game-like argument, and by changes in perception, in order to illustrate the differences between these approaches. The first is a puzzle which asks you simply to count the number of triangles in Fig. 8.6. Not difficult, but it would be easy to make a mistake, missing a triangle or counting one twice, so it is tempting to try some simpler versions of the same figure first, as in Fig. 8.7. These are much simpler to count with confidence, and the pattern seems
hapter 25, Shell Scripts, showed a basic way of using automated programs in Ubuntu using scripts containing command-line commands. Unfortunately, writing shell script programs to manipulate large amounts of data using shell commands can be somewhat tedious. The Ubuntu environment provides two other popular scripting languages that are better suited for working with data. This chapter looks at both the Perl and Python languages available in Ubuntu, and demonstrates how to use them to help manage data.
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