Setting Up Your Monitor in .NET

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3.13 There is no doubt what the subject of this photo is. look better in a landscape or portrait orientation. Sometimes the answer is not so obvious, and I end up taking photographs in both orientations. There are also times when the nal purpose of the photograph dictates what orientation it needs to be in. For example, shooting for a magazine cover means that the image must be in portrait mode. As the photographer, it is up to you to choose the viewpoint and angle. Standing under a tree and shooting at an extreme upward angle might be more interesting than shooting that same tree straight on from 15 feet away. When shooting kids playing in a soccer match, I nd it more interesting to get down on a knee and shoot the event at the height of the kids, as opposed to shooting down from the height of an adult. Changing the shooting distance and angle brings your unique view to the composition. 3.14 Photographing at a child s height shows the world from their perspective and not from an adult s.
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So far, this chapter has provided information about the myriad of tools available to you for managing servers, but don t you wish a system were available that could automatically do everything described in the rst part of this chapter and in previous chapters Enter Microsoft System Center Operations Manager (formerly Microsoft Operations Manager [MOM]). Microsoft System Center Operations Manager is the agship product that comprises Microsoft s offering of system and operations management products. To counter IBM with its Tivoli enterprise management system, HP with OpenManage, and so on, Microsoft set out to dominate the systems-management market. It did this long before Windows 2000 to create products that would specialize in the systems and operations management of its own operating systems. Both Microsoft System Center Operations Manager and Microsoft System Center Con guration Manager (formerly Systemd Management Server or SMS) are integrated into part of Microsoft System Center. A comprehensive discussion of these powerful tools is beyond the scope of this book. We are primarily interested in Microsoft System Center Operations Manager, however, as the key tool to monitor system performance and operations management. To make sure our high-performance and highly available systems remain operating and available, we need to use a high-performance and highly available operating tool. Microsoft System Center Operations Manager s central task in your operations arsenal is to provide comprehensive event management, monitoring and alerting, reporting, and operational trend analysis. The software has the capability to consolidate events and to analyze the data in such a way that it can be con gured to report to you in real time which events are of critical importance to you. You con gure Microsoft System Center Operations Manager to respond to these events by contacting you, the help desk, or IT staff by phone, e-mail, page, fax, and so on. You can also con gure Microsoft System Center Operations Manager to resolve events automatically. Further exploration of Microsoft System Center Operations Manager is beyond the scope of this chapter. In fact, Microsoft System Center Operations Manager itself is worth more than one book.
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Message Layer (Layer 3). In the MS, this layer consists of three parts. The radio resource management (RR) sublayer at a MS communicates with its peer in the BSS. For example, when RR at BSS allocates a TACH or a SDCCH channel to MS, it informs the MS with a RR message. The mobility management (MM) and connection management (CM) sublayers at a MS communicate with their peers at the MSC. MM and CM messages traverse the Um and A interfaces and are transferred transparently across the BSS. The MM sublayer messages support MS location updating (the GSM counterpart of registration ) and authentication. The CM sublayer has three parts: call control (CC), supplementary services (SS), and short message service (SMS). CC contains the messages for the setup and release of connections to the MS. These messages are patterned after the Q.931 messages of DSS1 (Section 10.3). SMS is a service by which subscribers can send short (text) messages to a MS. A Interface. The signaling protocol on this interface [16] consists of three layers that are similar to those in Signaling System No. 7. Physical Layer (Layer 1). The BSS is connected to its MSC by digital El multiplexes (Section 1.5.2). The majority of the 64-kb/s multiplexed channels are digital trunks. During a call, a digital trunk, in tandem with a TCH channel, conveys the MS user s speech or data between the MS and the MSC [17]. Other E1 channels are signaling data links. Layers 2 and 3 of the protocol are outlined below.
intensities of Lu were normalized by those of Ga and were plotted against the absolute amount of Lu. The calibration curve thus obtained from the spectrum with a counting time of 1000 s is shown in Figure 5.5.8. The data show excellent linearity from a Lu level of 10 ng down to 30 pg. The estimated MDL value at the lowest end is 16 pg. These results suggest that a quantitative trace analysis would be promising for highenergy XRF analysis with proper correction of the matrix effect.
a Microsoft online service for groups of individuals who share similar hobbies or interests. Event album: Any selected photo(s) will be published to Windows Live Events, Microsoft s events service. Soapbox on MSN video: Any selected video(s) will be published to MSN Soapbox, Microsoft s answer to YouTube ( The Publish wizard that appears lets you provide a title, a description, and up to five tags, and then select category and permission levels. More Services: If you haven t bought into the Microsoft ecosystem, this will be the most interesting option because it s the gateway to non-Microsoft services. Only one service, the Flickr photo-sharing site, is available off the bat, but you can download add-ons that make Windows Live Photo Gallery compatible with a variety of non-Microsoft online services, including such popular sites as Facebook (photos), YouTube (videos), SmugMug (photos), Google Picasa Web Albums (photos) and others. To see what s available, click Publish More Services Add a plug-in. Microsoft s complimentary online services are a big deal big enough, in fact, to warrant their own chapter. We will examine Windows Live Photos, Events, Groups, and other services more thoroughly in 23.
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